Lilas Jane Sheleski
December 25, 1923 - February 9, 2017
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Wichmann Funeral Home-Laemmrich Chapel
312 Milwaukee Street
Menasha, WI 54952
Monday 2/13, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Service
Greenlawn Memorial Park
Neenah, WI 920-766-6200
Monday 2/13, 1:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Wichmann Funeral Home-Laemmrich Chapel
312 Milwaukee Street
Menasha, WI 54952
Wichmann Funeral Home-Laemmrich Chapel
312 Milwaukee Street
Menasha, WI 54952
Monday 2/13, 11:00 am - 11:30 am

Lilas J. Sheleski 93 passed away peacefully on February 9, 2017 at Bornemann Senior Communities Nursing and Rehab Home in Green BAY, WI. She was born to the late William and Anna (Krueger) Seering on December 25, 1923 in Bonduel, WI. their last of 17 children. She graduated from Bonduel High School in 1941. Lila…

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Glen and Letha Seering left a message on February 13, 2017:
Our last visit with Aunt Lilas was in November just before heading south for the Winter. She was proud to be a Seering, the youngest and to be born on Christmas Day in 1923. Letha and I visited her frequently while she as in De Pere and at Bornemanns in Green Bay. Lilas had such a positive attitude during our visits, saying "I'm doing good" went on assisted walks, but not thrilled about the food. She would talk about growing up in Bonduel and about Uncle John and their fishing trips. Did get to hear her tell us about how she lost her finger while working KC. We know Lilas was a packer fan, watching the games on TV with her favorite player, Aaron Rodgers on the wall along with other family memories (Reunion Pictures). We all have memories of the entire Seering family to cherish. We will miss our frequent visits, but we know that Lilas and John are together again!
Sally and Jim Davis left a message on February 11, 2017:
Aunt Lilas was the youngest child of the William and Anna Seering family and grew up in Bonduel. My Mother was the oldest girl in the Seering family of 17 children. Yes, they were sisters, but their friendship was special to each other and to me and my family. Often on Sunday when I called from California to talk with Mother and Dad, Aunt Lilas and Uncle John were in Gresham visiting. Usually they had just finished a fish dinner - often fish that Aunt Lilas and Uncle John caught in Minnesota and enjoyed sharing with others. When we visited Aunt Lilas she enjoyed hearing about our children, Ginny and Victor and our four grandchildren. We will miss visiting her. We are grateful for her life and for being part of our family.
Bob and Cindy Ross left a message on February 10, 2017:
Lilas was a wonderful neighbor. When we would go over to plow out her driveway after a big snow storm she would show us how she did her "snow dance". We all would laugh as I begged her to stop. May you rest in peace and keep dancing, we will always remember you, especially when it snows.
Marshall & Vanice Schultz and family left a message on February 10, 2017:
Our family holds dear memories in our hearts for both Aunt Lilas and Uncle John. They were so special to all of us. We are happy for all the special times shared and rejoice they are together now again.
robin w jones left a message on February 10, 2017:
there are no words
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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