Roxanne C. Maker
May 25, 1963 - June 10, 2006
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Maker, Roxanne C. (Sternhagen, Castle) Roxanne Carol Maker, 43, passed Saturday June 10, 2006 at her home in Neenah, WI. Roxanne was born in Appleton at St. Elizabeth‚Äôs Hospital, on May 25, 1963, daughter of Leon (Barb-step mother) and Judy Sternhagen. Roxanne is the mother of Amy Schoch and Nicole Castle. She was married twice,…

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Tim C Bauer left a message on February 17, 2021:
Roxanne I miss you so very much
Renee Stack/Sternhagen left a message on April 6, 2009:
In loving Memory of Roxanne C. Maker-Sternhagen We all loved Roxanne very much Her smile filled our hearts With her glowing touch She left her footprints Among everyone's soul She made a difference in life She easily took the leading role She had spirit to cheer up the most negative crowd and wherever she went Her cheery voice rang loud She's a girl I always looked up to A personality I'd love to have. Roxanne had a smile that Could make the world shine each and every day, That smile let us all know That no matter what, it would be okay. And even though physically That smile is no longer here It'll be with us forever It'll help dry the loneliest tear. Now each and every one of us Holds a part of Roxanne Forever near our hearts, And that's where it'll stay Until the beginning of time ends And the end only starts. COMFORT FOR THOSE WHO MOURN So many people imagine that death cruelly separates us from our loved ones. This is a sad mistake. In death there is certainly the very real pain and sorrow of physical separation. But it is equally true that our loved ones remain with us. They do not go to some dark and distant place. They simply begin their eternity. We do not see them because we are still in the darkness of this world. But their spiritual eyes, filled with the light of heaven, are always watching us as they wait for the day when we shall share their perfect joy. We are all born for heaven and one by one we end this life of tears to begin our life of love in endless happiness. Death does not destroy our loved ones. But gives them life! A life with power to know fully and to love perfectly. With this new life and new power our loved ones are always present to us, knowing and loving us more than ever before. Our sorrow is a sorrow of homesickness, a longing for our loved ones. But it is we who are away from home, not they! Death has been for them a doorway to an eternal home. And even though we cannot see them we know they are still with us, lovingly and tenderly waiting for the day when we, too, will enter the doorway of our eternal home. It is such a mistake to see death as separation and nothing more. For us who believe, death is a preparation for eternal union with those we love, in the peace and joy of heaven. Below are some links to help us understand or possibly answer questions we may have:
candy miller-rusch left a message on April 6, 2009:
dear lee and barb and familes, i am barb brautigan-watkins daughter ,my blessings are with you at this time, i am retired-disabled due too multiple sclerosis, but get around in my wheelchairs, gods blessings candy & steve rusch
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
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