Virginia A. Breitbach
March 3, 1931 - May 30, 2009
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Peace United Methodist Church
2300 Wisconsin Av.
Kaukauna, WI
Saturday 6/6, 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Fargo Funeral Home
400 West Wisconsin Avenue
Kaukauna, WI 54130
Kelso Cemetery
Kaukauna, WI
Saturday 6/6, 2:30 pm
Peace United Methodist Church
2300 Wisconsin Av.
Kaukauna, WI
Saturday 6/6, 1:30 pm

Virginia Breitbach is now with her Lord and her beloved husband, Raymond. She is singing and praising the Lord with all of the saints and the angels. She accomplished this final and ultimate goal of her life on May 30, 2009. Virginia Ann Reed Breitbach was born to Virgil and Rowena McFarland Reed on March…

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James A. Nethery left a message on June 7, 2009:
To Virginia's Family: Please accept my deepest sympathy of the loss of your mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. (Virginia's 1st cousin once removed)
Karen Van Drasek left a message on June 6, 2009:
I wish to extend my condolences to Virginia's family for the loss of this beloved and amazing lady. What a wonderful and giving life she had lead! I am so thankful that she touched my mother's life with her friendship and the "widow's group". It was so nice to see my mother (Luanna) beam when she was with Virginia. That itself is a tribute to the graciousness of this fine lady. Peace and happiness to all. Karen (Schwalenberg) Van Drasek
Jo Dercks left a message on June 5, 2009:
Dear Marilyn and Doc, Please let me express my deepest sympathy at your loss. Virginia must have been an incredible woman, mother, wife and grandmother. You were very fortunate to have been able to enjoy her for so many years. Sincerely, Jo Dercks ( Fridge's friend)
Linda (Schwalenberg) Engel left a message on June 5, 2009:
To Virginia's Family: Your Mother was such a fine person. She got my Mom (Luanna Schwalenberg) involved in the "Widows Group" and I think Mom very much enjoyed the lunches with Virginia and the other women. A few times Mom and I invited Virginia to join us at the St. Aloysius salad lunch in October. My mother was always so glad to see Virginia. I think Mom considered Virginia to be a close friend. I'm sure you have many fond memories of her. Know that she was considered quite a special person to a lot of people. She was a real lady. My condolences to all of you.
Jane Lemke Olson left a message on June 3, 2009:
Breitbach Family: I was worried about your mom after not getting a Christmas card this year. I'm so sure Dr. Breitbach met her at the gates with a big smile...followed shortly by some little practical joke! I loved them both and have wonderful memories of them and of your family!!! Love Forever!! Jane & Mike Olson Wisconsin Rapids
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Rev. Harvey & Nancy Kandler left a message on June 3, 2009:
Dear family: We thank God for His goodness shown in the life of Virginia. We are grateful for her and Ray's years at Immanuel UCC, Kaukauna; for her organ playing, not only at Immanuel but at the other churches of the community; for her being a part of the Women's Guild and sharing her talents there; for her and Ray's support of the Building Program (we were only here 4 days as new pastor when Ray already called for a Building Study Committee meeting); for the leadership of both of these stalwart Christians in supporting the church; for her leadership in helping grieving people in the community; for her love of flowers shared amongst friends and in church and the beautiful weddings that were held in their back yard; for both of their loves of nature and the simple love of God. In the latter years it was a joy to converse with her at community events and even in the post office! May she rest in peace alongside of Ray in the beloved Kelso Cemetery, the oldest cemetery of our community, where from the days of the early settlers to today, where the Blacks and the Lambies, etc. and the first minister of Kaukauna who died were laid to rest--there may she find on earth as in heaven her eternal peace. We share our love with you as family and thank God for having known her and all of you. We shall keep you in our prayers. The Rev. Harvey & Nancy Kandler P.S. We are grateful that she also taught piano to three of our children.
Jean M. Lamers left a message on June 3, 2009:
Virginia was a special lady. She lost her husband a year before my dad (Ray Schwalenberg) died. The families knew each other and Virginia extended an invitation to my mother (Luanna Schwalenberg-she died in December 2006) to attend the "Widow's Group". It was wondeful for my mother since she was a very quiet person and the friendship offered was very much appreciated by us daughters. I have a picture of Virginia with my mother at her 80th birthday - its a great reminder of the importance she was to mom. Our condolences to all Virginia's family.
Diane left a message on June 1, 2009:
Marilyn and family. I want to express my sincere sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your mother. She was my piano teacher for 7 years. I remember her taking time out of her weekend to come to the little talent show we had at Trinity just to see me. She was such a real inspiration to me in many ways, and touched my life, more than with just the piano - she instilled confidence. She was a great women. Take care and know that my thoughts are with you. Diane (Hoehne)Adams (KHS class of '72)
Sue (Schwalenberg) Vanderloop left a message on June 1, 2009:
My sympathy to the Breitbach family. Virginia extended companionship and friendship to my mother (deceased) when she asked her to attend a church grief counseling session back in 1991 (my father had passed away in 1990) and, eventually, to participate in the "widows group." I thank her for that.
Valerie Van Handel left a message on June 1, 2009:
I helped take care of Virginia at St Paul home. There were many days when we were helping her that we would joke around and laugh. She had so many stories about her life to share. I am very sorry for your loss. She will be truely missed.
Ann Newhouse left a message on June 1, 2009:
I will miss your smile and your hugs, Grandma. Your journey is now complete you are again with Grandpa. I will always see your love in my girls eyes. Thank you for the memories. They will fill my life till we meet agian. I Love you
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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