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Margaret Jaschob

Margaret A. Jaschob (Monday)

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Obituary

Margaret Adele Jaschob, 73, of West Bend, passed away peacefully at the place she loved the best, her campsite in Dundee on Tuesday, August 25th.

She was born in West Bend on June 12, 1947 to Clementine and Glen Monday. She graduated from West Bend High school in 1965. On May 7, 1966 she married her high school sweetheart, Steven Wayne Jaschob. After their wedding, they journeyed with the United States Army through Europe and the United States from 1966 to 1969.

Margaret, “Margie", was known for her wonderful cooking skills especially her German potato salad and her homemade desserts. She worked at various establishments throughout the years including: Coachman House, the Schmidtselhaus, Dave's Steakhouse, and Angelo's Hut.

Margie loved spending time with her grandchildren, cooking, being outdoors, traveling and gambling with family and friends, gardening and tending to her beautiful flower gardens. Anyone who knew Margie knew she was an avid Elvis fan, often following various Elvis Impersonators at various events and competitions.

Over the past few years, she found a love for camping at her "special place" with her very close friends in Dundee. Special thanks to all of you for taking care of her while she was there, she felt loved by you all.

She is survived by her 4 children: Charlene Ann Jaschob (Michael Schull) of Jefferson, Deborah Jean Jaschob (Joe Anderson) of Hartford, Tammy Jo Christensen (Jeff Christensen) of Mayville, and Shawn Michael Jaschob (Stephanie Hansen) of Fond du lac.

She is further survived by her 12 wonderful grandchildren: Amy Jaschob, Ryne Prinz, Zaccaria Jaschob, Nathaniel Tennies, Alyssa Prinz, Andrew Lotspaih, Bryce Prinz, Tobias Jaschob, Claire Jaschob, Mikaela Jaschob, Montana Prinz and Elijah Jaschob and also by her loving furbaby, Molly and her sweet bunny, Cloud.

She is further survived by her siblings: Maryann Monday, Kenneth Monday, Michael (Judy) Monday and Rose Spartz, three sisters-in-law Darleen Diana, Sandy (Dennis) Dunek, and Mary Jo Monday. She was godmother to Brian Cross, Craig Dunek, and Alyssa Prinz. She is further survived many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Steven Wayne Jaschob, her parents, Glen and Clementine (Krell) Monday, her father and mother-in-law Ralph and Margaret E. Jaschob, her siblings: Donald Monday, Sylvia (James) McGaw, Norbert Monday, Joseph in infancy and Cathy (Matt) Matthiae and brothers-in-law: James McGaw, Bob Spartz, and George Diana, sister-in-law, Gloria Monday, a niece, Christine Popp, and a nephew, Christopher Spartz.

Per Margie’s wishes, there will be a private family burial at Washington County Memorial Park.

To honor her beautiful soul, there will be a Celebration of Life on October 4, 2020 at the Knights of Columbus (3245 Lighthouse Lane, West Bend, WI 53090) from 11:00 am – 3:30 pm with a lunch served at noon.
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  • Visitation

    Sunday, October 4th, 2020 | 11:00am - 3:30pm
    When
    Sunday, October 4th, 2020 11:00am - 3:30pm
    Location
    Knights of Columbus
    Address
    3245 LIghthouse Lane
    West Bend, WI 53090
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    Lunch will be served at noon
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    Washington County Memorial Park
    Address
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    West Bend, Wisconsin 53095
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Jodi Rosenthal

Posted at 10:43am
We only knew Margie for three years, but always loved to stop and see her at Mr. Ed's Campground. She was so darn funny. Always a smile on her face and full of mischief. I never heard her say a bad thing about anyone. When we drove by her camper on Thursday, I got a little choked up knowing that I'd never see our friend again. We are giving our deepest sympathy to Margie's family. May she rest in peace and I know when I look up, there's an angel looking over us. Jim & Jodi Rosenthal, Jackson, Wisconsin
DM

David Mintner

Posted at 01:13pm
To my very Special Friend , "Mother Superior", Marge. First of all, I wish to thank you for your friendship. Thank you for sharing your life with me, always listening, and helping to guide me, to keep me on the straight path when I wanted to err. In the heart of any dark storm, you always brought out the shining light of hope for me, to show me the good, and help understand the lesson of the bad. You came to countless band shows, and supported me in my music. I am glad to have been able to share my music with you. Your bright smile, infectious laugh, and words of encouragement will remain a part of me that I will carry with me all thru my days. May your family know that I will continue to be their friend, as I was yours. From music, to boat rides, fireworks, to Fireball, and meals we shared together, not a moment was taken for granted. I cherished each and every one of them, and hold them in my heart. These following words are not mine, but I wish to share them. They are song lyrics that have special meaning to me, that I wish to share with you my friend, and with all that visit here. They express my feelings, and I hope that I am granted "one more" like you in my life.

"Old Friends"

Old friends pitching pennies in the park
Playing croquet till it's dark old friends mhm old friends
Oh old friends swapping lies of life and loves
Pitching popcorn to the doves old friends mhm old friends
Old friends looking up to watch the birds
Holdin' arms to climb a curb old friends mhm old friends

Old friends Lord when all my work is done
Bless my life and grant me one old friend just one old friend

Fly high my special friend, say hello to Sister Laurentia, Sister Calius, Sister Belinda, Father Bertrand, Father Biddle, and Father Geiskopf. Soar past the clouds, up, over and around the rainbow, and when you reach the end, open that gate and walk through and take your well deserved place in Heaven, and better yet, once again hold your husband Steve's hand once again.

With Love,

David Mintner
371 Clay Street
Kiel, WI 53042
DM

David Mintner

Posted at 01:11pm
To my very Special Friend , "Mother Superior", Marge. First of all, I wish to thank you for your friendship. Thank you for sharing your life with me, always listening, and helping to guide me, to keep me on the straight path when I wanted to err. In the heart of any dark storm, you always brought out the shining light of hope for me, to show me the good, and help understand the lesson of the bad. You came to countless band shows, and supported me in my music. I am glad to have been able to share my music with you. Your bright smile, infectious laugh, and words of encouragement will remain a part of me that I will carry with me all thru my days. May your family know that I will continue to be their friend, as I was yours. From music, to boat rides, fireworks, to Fireball, and meals we shared together, not a moment was taken for granted. I cherished each and every one of them, and hold them in my heart. These following words are not mine, but I wish to share them. They are song lyrics that have special meaning to me, that I wish to share with you my friend, and with all that visit here. They express my feelings, and I hope that I am granted "one more" like you in my life.

"Old Friends"

Old friends pitching pennies in the park
Playing croquet till it's dark old friends mhm old friends
Oh old friends swapping lies of life and loves
Pitching popcorn to the doves old friends mhm old friends
Old friends looking up to watch the birds
Holdin' arms to climb a curb old friends mhm old friends

Old friends Lord when all my work is done
Bless my life and grant me one old friend just one old friend

Fly high my special friend, say hello to Sister Laurentia, Sister Calius, Sister Belinda, Father Bertrand, Father Biddle, and Father Geiskopf. Soar past the clouds, up, over and around the rainbow, and when you reach the end, open that gate and walk through and take your well deserved place in Heaven, and better yet, once again hold your husband Steve's hand once again.

With Love,

David Mintner
371 Clay Street
Kiel, WI 53042
JM

Jane Monday

Posted at 07:16pm
Auntie Margie,
I miss you so very much. My heart aches to see your face, hear your voice and laugh with you.

I remember the time Rosie, Jodi and I all came and surprised you at the campground on a summer night. You all had no clue who we were when we pulled up. Hahaha. Then we sat with all of your camping family. We all had such a wonderful time, as I did every time I came. Family.

Then came time for bed, and all is girls all piled in yours! We thought we were gonna all fall through that thing! Hahahahahaha. Great to know I have a video or ten of our shenanigans. We were all so giggly that night.

Oh the memories. I will never forget all the days and nights camping with you...and your full blown smorgasbord of COOKING every time. Made me feel so loved.

You always had a way of making everyone feel special. Always.

As they say, “You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone”.

I miss you Auntie Margie. I will never forget you.

You were my Angel, now soar. I love you.
 
JR

Jodi Rosenthal Posted at 10:40am

Your aunt was very special and I know how much she loved you. Keep her memories in your heart and always smile when you think of her.
CR

Chris (Verkuilen) Read

Posted at 02:00pm
Charlene, Debbie, Tammy & Shawn,
So sorry to hear about your mom. What an awesome lady. Still remember the time she took us to her friend Diane's house and we partook in a little "wine". Good times. All the best
Chrissy
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