Doris E. Rehfeldt
December 29, 1928 - April 29, 2020
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Due to current circumstances, a private service for the family will be held on Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 10:00 AM. Though the service is private, it will be broadcast live on this website.  Please see the button to the right to join the broadcast on Tuesday.

Doris Rehfeldt, age 91 of Appleton, passed away on Wednesday morning, April 29, 2020 at Willow Lane Assisted Living in Appleton. Doris was born in Neenah on December 29, 1928, daughter of the late Walter and Bertha (Hanson) Schroeder. On May 28, 1949, she married Roland Rehfeldt at Martin Luther Ev. Lutheran Church in Neenah.…

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Patsy & Dan Schroeder left a message on May 5, 2020:
Randy & Shirley, Tom & Lynn, We share your sorrow and, at the same time, rejoice with you at your mom's reunion with her Lord, family and friends in Heaven for eternity, where we will all be reunited with her, again. Aunt Doris was the epitome of a faithful servant. Sending love & hugs, Dan & Patsy
Kathy Damon left a message on May 3, 2020:
What a wonderful lady and gentle soul. Since my Dad, Bob, lived across the hall from Doris at Willow Lane, I saw her almost day until he died March 16. Doris inspired me with her kindness, her humility, and her deep spirituality. She was appreciative, upbeat, and chose to see the good in others. I never once heard her complain. When Doris noticed someone in need, she quietly did what she could to help. When she noticed my Dad forgetting to use his walker in his room, she told me so I could intervene to prevent a fall. For that I will always be grateful. Doris was so proud of her family and adored you all. I know you miss her terribly. Consider her our newest angel watching over us. I do! Kathy Damon
Kathy Damon left a message on May 3, 2020:
What a wonderful lady and gentle soul. Since my Dad, Bob, lived across the hall from Doris at Willow Lane, I saw her almost day until he died March 16. Doris inspired me with her kindness, her humility, and her deep spirituality. She was appreciative, upbeat, and chose to see the good in others. I never once heard her complain. When Doris noticed someone in need, she quietly did what she could to help. When she noticed my Dad forgetting to use his walker in his room, she told me so I could intervene to prevent a fall. For that I will always be grateful. Doris was so proud of her family and adored you all. I know you miss her terribly. Consider her our newest angel watching over us. I do! Kathy Damon
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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