Dorothy Meta Guell, 19212018 (aged 96 years)

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Dorothy Meta /Guell/
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Dorothy Meta
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Birth
April 15, 1921
Death of a husbandMelvin Henry Peters
December 14, 2006 (aged 85 years)
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Obituary: Melvin H. Peters, 86, of 640 Williams Court, Medford, Wisconsin, formerly of Fond du Lac area, died Thursday, December 14, 2006, at Memorial Health Center, Medford. He was born on April 10, 1920, in Waupun, a son of Henry L. and Clara M. Nummerdor Peters. He graduated from 8th grade at West Brick School, near Brandon, and earned his G.E.D. in 1981 at the age of 60. Melvin was staff sergeant in the United States Army, 328th Ordnance, European Theater, during World War II from 1942-1946. He married Dorothy M. Guell on September 27, 1941. He was a dairy farmer in Byron and Lomira area for many years and later owned a resort near Rhinelander. Melvin was a charter member and founder of Calvary Bible Church, Fond du Lac, and was deeply committed to his family and to his Savior, Jesus Christ. He provided an example of strong character and leaves an exemplary legacy to his children and grandchildren.He is survived by his wife, Dorothy of Medford; four children: Wayne R. (Marjorie) Peters of Eau Claire, Janet Peters Burbridge of Commerce City, MI, Hazel Fern (Grant) Peters Brown of Westboro, Patricia A. (James) Peters Swan of Ogema; 11 grandchildren: Carrie (Carter) Muench of Chanhassen, MN, David (Shelly) Peters of Mounds View, MN, Jonathan (Holly) Peters of Eau Claire, Joshua (Amber) Burbridge of Ypsilanti, MI, Zachary Burbridge of Detroit, MI, Bethany Burbridge of Ann Arbor, MI, Charity Burbridge of Livonia, MI, Heather Brown of Colorado Springs, CO, Laura Brown of Westboro, Annika Swan of Minneapolis, MN, Matthew (Tamra) Swan of Phillips; five great-grandchildren: Ellie Muench, Graham Muench, Zoey Peters, Silas Burbridge, Greta Peters; and a sister, Gertrude Stollfus of Green Lake. He was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers: an infant Kenny, Raymond (Jeanette), Lester (Lydia), Norm (Rose), Herb (June); two sisters: Carrie (Roy Doolan) and Bonnie (Joe Demoske). Burial will be in Alto Cemetery with military rites conducted at 3:00 p.m. by the American Legion Post 210.

Death
March 29, 2018 (aged 96 years)
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Obituary: She was born on April 15, 1921, in the town of Forest in Fond du Lac County, daughter of William and Minnie Guell. In 1939, she graduated from Goodrich High School in Fond du Lac.

She married Melvin H. Peters on September 27, 1941. While Melvin served as a staff sergeant in World War II, Dorothy operated a crane in a munitions factory. After the war, they owned and operated dairy farms in Byron and Lomira area for many years and, later, Merrydale Resort near Rhinelander. They helped to found Calvary Bible Church, Fond du Lac. In addition to being a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, Dorothy was an avid singer and artist throughout her life. She leaves a legacy of faith, commitment to family, and creative expression to her many descendants.

She is survived by her four children: Wayne R. (Marjorie) Peters of Eau Claire, Janet Peters Burbridge of MI, Hazel Fern (Grant) Peters Brown of Medford, Patricia A. (James) Peters Swan of Ogema; 11 grandchildren: Carrie (Carter) Muench of Chanhassen, MN, David (Shelly) Peters of Eau Claire, Jonathan (Holly) Peters of Eau Claire, Joshua (Amber) Burbridge of Berkeley, CA, Zachary (Kayla) Burbridge of Royal Oak, MI, Bethany Reyes of Royal Oak, MI, Charity Burbridge of Miami, FL, Heather Brown of Portland, OR, Laura Brown of Minneapolis, MN, Annika (Brian) Hites of Milaca, MN, Matthew (Tamra) Swan of Spirit; nineteen great-grandchildren: Ellie, Graham, and Ava Muench, Zoey, Grady, and Henry Peters, Silas and Caleb Burbridge, Greta, Addie, Aaron and Andrew Peters, Gabriel Reyes, Isaac Burbridge, Brinna and Micah Hites, Breanna, Owen, and Klara Swan.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Melvin, two sisters Betty Thompson and Alta Miller, and two brothers, Jack and Wilbur Guell.

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Death: March 29, 2018Medford, Taylor Co, Wisconsin, USA
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Obituary: She was born on April 15, 1921, in the town of Forest in Fond du Lac County, daughter of William and Minnie Guell. In 1939, she graduated from Goodrich High School in Fond du Lac.

She married Melvin H. Peters on September 27, 1941. While Melvin served as a staff sergeant in World War II, Dorothy operated a crane in a munitions factory. After the war, they owned and operated dairy farms in Byron and Lomira area for many years and, later, Merrydale Resort near Rhinelander. They helped to found Calvary Bible Church, Fond du Lac. In addition to being a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, Dorothy was an avid singer and artist throughout her life. She leaves a legacy of faith, commitment to family, and creative expression to her many descendants.

She is survived by her four children: Wayne R. (Marjorie) Peters of Eau Claire, Janet Peters Burbridge of MI, Hazel Fern (Grant) Peters Brown of Medford, Patricia A. (James) Peters Swan of Ogema; 11 grandchildren: Carrie (Carter) Muench of Chanhassen, MN, David (Shelly) Peters of Eau Claire, Jonathan (Holly) Peters of Eau Claire, Joshua (Amber) Burbridge of Berkeley, CA, Zachary (Kayla) Burbridge of Royal Oak, MI, Bethany Reyes of Royal Oak, MI, Charity Burbridge of Miami, FL, Heather Brown of Portland, OR, Laura Brown of Minneapolis, MN, Annika (Brian) Hites of Milaca, MN, Matthew (Tamra) Swan of Spirit; nineteen great-grandchildren: Ellie, Graham, and Ava Muench, Zoey, Grady, and Henry Peters, Silas and Caleb Burbridge, Greta, Addie, Aaron and Andrew Peters, Gabriel Reyes, Isaac Burbridge, Brinna and Micah Hites, Breanna, Owen, and Klara Swan.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Melvin, two sisters Betty Thompson and Alta Miller, and two brothers, Jack and Wilbur Guell.

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