Mabel Marie Cooper
May 15, 1916 - March 8, 2010
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St. Mary Catholic Church
312 South State Street
Appleton, WI 54911
(920) 739-5119 | Map
Friday 3/12, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
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St. Mary Catholic Church
312 South State Street
Appleton, WI 54911
(920) 739-5119 | Map
Friday 3/12, 11:00 am
St. Mary Cemetery Appleton
2121 W Prospect Ave.
Appleton, WI 54914
(920) 734-3259 | Map
Tuesday 3/9
Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map

COOPER, MABEL MARIE HEMAUER Mabel Marie Hemauer Cooper, 93, died on Monday, March 8, 2010 at home and surrounded by her family. She was born on May 15, 1916 in Stockbridge, the daughter of the late John and Rose Hemauer. Mabel married John P. Cooper on November 26, 1938. He preceded her in death on…

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Karen Wanek left a message on March 16, 2010:
Ruth, Dennis, and all of Mabel's family, I am sorry I didn't see the announcement of Mabel's death soon enough to pay my respects in person, but want you to know I am thinking of you today and feeling the sadness of her passing. I also would like to express my feeling of joy in having known her even for such a short time. She is now reaping the rewards of a life well lived. Sincerely, Karen Wanek
maxine gerhartz mankin left a message on March 15, 2010:
such a funny and wonderful lady, She will be missed.
Mrs. Donald Hemauer left a message on March 13, 2010:
Dear family of Mabel Cooper. I am so saddened to hear of the passing of Mabel. As the oldest daughter-in-law of Alfred and Anita Hemauer, I loved to talk to Mabel. Whenever we met, she would wrap her arm around me and say "do you know who I am?" I would always reply with a "yes Mabel" and she would have a great laugh. She was a real sweetheart and I am sure will be missed terribly by the entire family.
Shirley Kloes left a message on March 13, 2010:
Dear Family of Mabel Cooper, I will always remember Mabel. She was a dear lady in every sense of the word. I so much enjoyed taking care of her for the short time that I was able to help out. She loved to play cards and I had a very hard time beating her at the game. She smile was precious. I so many times felt conversation even though she never spoke. If felt that we were friends. May your memories keep you strong during this time. I know hard it is to loose a mother. My own mom passed away seven years ago. Time heals and makes the memories more cherished. May God's love heal your sorrow and may His peace replace your heartache with warm and loving memories. Sincerely with sympathy, Shirley Kloes PS I would have come to the funeral, however I just read Wednesday's paper today (on Saturday). I am not very good at reading the paper every day. I'm so sorry that I wasn't able to come.
Susan Hotchkiss Ballow left a message on March 13, 2010:
Dear Cooper Family I saw Mabel's obit in an online check I do once in awhile and with the sadness I felt at the passing of such a special woman, my nostalgic recall also brought a smile and fond memories of your Mom back in New London when we all got together. My folks, Russ and Dorothy Hotchkiss, are both gone, so I know the sadness and loss you are feeling. We are all blessed to have had such wonderful parents. One great memory I have as a very young girl was going over to Mabel's for a taffy pull--that was great fun, so delicious and really special to me. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
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Kathleen Rumsey left a message on March 12, 2010:
I often share a pleasant Friday evening meal with Gerri as part of WOFFFC. My condolences to all family members on Mabel's death. I regret I am unable to attend the service due to my work schedule.
Arlene ( left a message on March 11, 2010:
Dear family members of Aunt Mable, My sincere sympathies to you all. Seeing Aunt Mable's picture brought back lots of memories of years gone by when, as kids, we'd get together. My biggest memory was the frequent big box of hand-me-downs that we got from her. It was such a treat to have so many "new" clothes to try on and wear. I've been praying for Aunt Mable and now will pray for her repose. God bless you all and all those who loved her.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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