Loretta M. Noegel (nee Krebs) age 94 passed away on Wednesday January 6, 2021. She was born at home on February 17, 1926 in St Lawrence to Louis and Marie (nee Gundrum) Krebs. On October 12, 1946 she married Jerome Noegel and began her family. Her hobbies were gardening especially growing flowers all around her house, doing crafts, working in search a word books. She had previously worked at Amity Leather and later worked on the farm with her husband.
Loretta is survived by her children Michael Noegel, Kathleen (Robert) Schreffler and Donald (Veronica) Noegel, her grandchildren Michael Noegel II, Robert Jr., Kelly, Scott (fiancé Mary Breuer), Jason Schreffler, Nicholas, Joseph (Wendy) and Jack Noegel, her great-grandson Brandon Schreffler. She is further survived by her brother Harold (Gertrude) Krebs, sisters-in-law Margaret, Geraldine and Annette Krebs Mary Catarozzoli and Caroline Stoffel, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Jerome, daughter Susan C. Noegel, daughter-in-law Susan Noegel, brothers: Eugene (Helen), Daniel (Mildred), Norbert, Lloyd and Joseph Krebs, brothers-in-law: Robert (Betty) Noegel, James Noegel, Jerome (Judy) Schmitt, Domenic Catarozzoli, Ronald Stoffel, Norbert Zangl, sisters: Beatrice (Norbert) Zangl and Bernice Krebs.
A Funeral Service for Loretta will be held at 12:00pm on Monday January 11th at the Phillip Funeral Home Chapel (1420 W Paradise Dr. West Bend, WI 53095) with Fr. Richard Stoffel presiding. Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Monday from 10:00am until 11:45am. Final place of rest will be at St. Mary Cemetery Richfield.
Live streaming of the Funeral Service will be at 12:00pm on Monday on the Phillip Funeral Homes Facebook page
The family would like to thank the staff at Community Memorial Hospital and Horizon Hospice for helping her through her final days. Heartfelt thanks to her extended family at Kettle Moraine Gardens Assisted Living. As her world became smaller due to Alzheimer’s Disease, they were there to make her life brighter and very happy. She often called them “her angels”.
Memorial can be made to the charity of your choice.