Rosemarie K. Harrison
April 17, 1954 - November 26, 2018
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St. Bernadette Catholic Church
2331 East Lourdes Drive
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Tuesday 12/4, 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
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Monday 12/3, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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St. Bernadette Catholic Church
2331 East Lourdes Drive
Appleton, WI
Tuesday 12/4, 11:30 am
Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map

Rosemarie Kathryn (Kueter) Harrison, 64, passed away at home surrounded by her family after her second courageous battle with cancer. Rosemarie was born on April 17, 1954, to Benjamin and Viola (Ernst) Kueter in Bellevue, Iowa. She graduated from Viterbo University with a degree in education and a minor in music. On June 24, 1978,…

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RJ and Kara Gross left a message on December 3, 2018:
Words fall so short at times like these on how sorry we are for the loss of Rosemarie. Kara and Brittany were so fortunate to have received piano lessons from such a kind and talented person and Greg and Rosemarie had become treasured friends. Our love and prayers go out to Greg, Stephanie, Angela, and family. You will always be blessed...until you see her again...
[email protected] Gillespie left a message on December 2, 2018:
Rosemarie was a gift to all her were fortunate enough to have known her. Our children, Katie and Will, got their musical start, taking piano lessons from her.. she was always enthusiastic and encouraging..my dèepwsthoughts sympathies to you all.
Tammy LaBorde left a message on December 1, 2018:
Rosemarie will be deeply missed and I was so sad to hear of her passing. I had the pleasure of working with her as a PST in the school district and it was a true pleasure. May the memories for your mother and wife, keep her close to your hearts always. Your family is in our prayers and thoughts at this difficult time and always. She was precious.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Mary Therese (Wagner) Heffernan left a message on November 30, 2018:
Many fond memories of times together as kids with all the Wagner and Kueter cousins, sitting quietly on the porch until we finally got comfortable enough to start talking and playing games. Rosemarie was very special and I know she will be missed greatly by many.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Cheryl Pritzl left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was a wonderful piano teacher to our 4 kids. She was always very thoughtful and caring and I thank her dearly for the impression she made on all of our lives. Your family is in our prayers at this difficult time. Hold on to the beautiful moments to get you through to a better place of peace.
Susie, Lee, Jennifer, and Allison Jennings left a message on November 30, 2018:
My family is so sad to hear of Rosemarie's passing. She was so kind, gentle, and loving. Rosemarie was so understanding and gentle when teaching Allison her piano lessons. I'll never forget the day when Allison and Angela went to kindergarten for the first time. Rosemarie and I walked, talked, and cried until it was time to pick the girls up from their first day.
Rosemarie's love for her girls showed every day in all her actions. I know her students, family, and the grandchildren she loved with all her heart will sorely miss her.
Greg, Stephanie, and Angela, please know that you are in our thoughts and we share in your heartbreak. We pray that your wonderful memories will help you get through these tough days. We send our love.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Tracy Leeman-Forsberg left a message on November 30, 2018:
I could not be more heartbroken - Mrs. Harrison was an amazing teacher and mentor that meant a great deal to my children and I, even after leaving Franklin. She left a legacy that was hard for any other teacher to ever fill for my kids. She was the most sincere and kind person, and I'm keeping her and her family close to my heart.
Jeanine Wagner left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie was my first cousin. Visiting her family in Bellevue was always great because we knew she would be there with fun things for all of us. She had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Jeanine Wagner, cousin left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie had an aura of sweetness about her that made her so accessible. I know that the students who were privileged to work with her benefited from her warmth and patience. May her warmth and strength continue to embrace all of those closest to her. I mourn with you.
Carrie Willer left a message on November 30, 2018:
Rosemarie’s gentle soul and compassionate spirit were a gift to all those blessed to know her. Her greatest joy was her family, whom she spoke of often with love and pride. I will keep you close in my prayers.
Lori Knudstrup left a message on November 29, 2018:
I had the privilege to work with Rosemarie for many years as a paraprofessional and was happy to call her my friend. She cared very deeply for the children in her classroom and did so many things to help them succeed in class and in being good citizens. She never taught my own children at Franklin, but still always asked about them. That is the kind of person she was - so thoughtful and caring. I send condolences to her family that she loved so much and brought her so much joy.
Christie Knox left a message on November 29, 2018:
Our family was so very sad to hear of Rosemarie's passing. I was a substitute in the district and she was one of the most welcoming teachers, always greeting me warmly and asking about myself and my family. I was also lucky enough that my son, Patrick, was a student in her 2nd grade classroom. She had a large part to play in building his confidence and gently pushing him just a bit further out of his comfort zone. He (now a 7th grader) has fond memories of his time under her care. Thank you for sharing your beautiful heart with our community. Rest peacefully, Rosemarie.
James Booth left a message on November 29, 2018:
Rosemarie was 9 when I was born and I still remember her as a High School girl, as a college student, as a young wife and mother. I remember her love of family, her joy in sharing time with us, and the supportive, loving words that always let you know that she genuinely cared. She, and all the family that share my grief at her loss, are in my prayers. I know she's still putting in a good word for us all.
The Peckham Family left a message on November 29, 2018:
Mrs. Harrison was a loving teacher to our son Kyle. She was one of those special teachers who understood how to make each student feel special. We talk to this day about some of the fun and engaging activities he participated in during his time with her. Blessings to her family.

Laura Skrypczak left a message on November 29, 2018:
Blessings of comfort for you all at this difficult time. Rosemarie was a mentor to me in my early years as a teacher. Her kindness and knowledge were immense. You are in my prayers...
Cassie Guilbeault left a message on November 29, 2018:
Rosemarie was such an inspiration to me as a teacher-- her dedication, passion, and desire to do what's best for each child was unwavering. Rosemarie will always be remembered in our family for the years she spent teaching two of my boys. Her support for them in reading was pivotal in their development. We will always be grateful. Rosemarie was such a kind and caring person and she will always have a special place in our hearts. Rest in peace, Rosemarie. Sending love and peace to her loved ones.
Julie Rudolf left a message on November 29, 2018:
Rosemarie was a perfect match for my daughter, Emme. Her soft-spoken nature and gentle spirit made my daughter's second grade experience, two years ago, so special. Emme loved being in her room and their time together. We are both so very sad to hear this news. Rest in love, Rosemarie. You touched so many lives for generations to come.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Meghan Brzozowski left a message on November 28, 2018:
Rosemarie was my teaching colleague at Franklin Elementary for years. Her kindness and extensive wealth of knowledge were always appreciated.

More importantly though, Rosemarie was my oldest daughter's second grade teacher 8 years ago. Rosemarie was an excellent match for my daughter. Pushing her to be her best and work hard while still allowing her to be a 7 year old. Our family was so sad to hear about her passing.

I remember Rosemarie's strong faith and I hope it brought both her and her family comfort. Sending you all love and peace during this difficult time.
Bill Booth left a message on November 28, 2018:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I can picture Grandpa Kueter with arms wide and tear filled eyes giving her a most loving hug. Another angel has gone home. She will be missed by many. All our love
Bill, Karla, Katie, Billy Booth
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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