Betty L. (Hausinger) Stoppleworth

Betty L. (Hausinger) Stoppleworth passed away at Froedtert
Hospital on October 1, 2015.  Betty was
born in Lomira, Wisconsin on January 15, 1933, the daughter of Arthur J. and
Dorothy M. (Guse) Hausinger.  Betty
married Alan Stoppleworth on February 25, 1963.

She had many skills, interests and abilities.  She loved to dance and for many years
participated in the Linettes Dance Group, performing at special events
throughout the year.  She was passionate
about her flower gardens, fruit trees, and goldfish pond and loved to share
them with family and friends who stopped for a visit. 

Betty was an accomplished quilter, seamstress, and
crafter.  She was a member of an “elite”
group of wonderful women who were known as the “Stitch and Bitch” ladies.  Betty was also a member of a local pond
club.  For many years, she was a member
of a Button Club, collecting rare buttons from all over the world.

She was an excellent cook and baker and loved to entertain
family and friends.  Betty was especially
devoted to her son, John, (Judean A.) Wise, of Fond du Lac, two grandsons, John
A. Wise of Milwaukee and Matthew W. Wise of Fond du Lac, a brother, Jim (Diane)
Hausinger of Florida, a sister, Kathleen (Arthur) Aigner of Fond du Lac.  She was adored and loved by many nieces and
nephews who enjoyed spending time with their favorite Aunt. 

Betty was preceded in death by her husband, Alan, on
January, 28, 2013, her parents, a sister, Darlene Senecal, and a niece,
Michelle Borst.

Visitation: The family will welcome relatives and friends on
Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at Sacred Heart Church, 200 S. Peters Avenue, Fond du
Lac, from 9:30 to 11:15 AM.

Services:  A Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:30 AM on Tuesday, October 6 at Sacred
Heart Church.  Burial will be celebrated.  Entombment will follow at the Chapel of the
Risen Christ Mausoleum, Calvary Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, you may choose to give a memorial in
Betty’s name to Holy Family Parish.

Zacherl Funeral Home is serving the family.

ce at St. Joseph Springs Cemetery.

Memorials can
be directed to the Sisters of St. Agnes Development Office, 320 County Road K,
Fond du Lac, WI 54937.

The Sisters
of St. Agnes are grateful to the nurses and staff of St. Francis Home and to
the staff of Hospice Hope for their care of Sister Amalie in her last days.

Funeral Home is serving the Sisters of the Congregation of St. Agnes.