Beverly J. Maas
Beverly I. Maas was called home to heaven on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at West Haven in Brillion. She was 88 years
old at the time of her passing and had suffered with Alzheimers for many years. She was born April 10, 1931, in the
Chilton area, daughter of the late William and Christina (Riemer) Stache.
Beverly was a women of great faith and a life long member of Trinity Lutheran Church. She attended grade school at
Trinity before entering Chilton High School. On July 11, 1953 she married the love of her life, Otto A. Maas at Trinity
Lutheran Church. In her retirement she spent numerous years tutoring children at Trinity Lutheran School and found a
love for singing in the choir. She cherished her relationship with God and always shared His word.
Her employment years consisted of working for Concordia University, Milwaukee, Chilton Metal Products, and Hernke
Cheese, but most importantly she enjoyed being a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. In her free time she
enjoyed canning, baking, keeping up with her gardens and playing Scrabble. She loved fishing and camping with Otto
and the family.
Beverly’s fun spirit had her playing jokes with all her family and friends. She was quick with a smile and always willing
to help anyone.
Beverly will be greatly missed by her children: Kathy (Thomas) Teague, Lorna (Michael)Olson, Kevin (Marti) Maas; 7
Grandchildren; 7 Great-Grandchildren; brothers: Earl (Lillie) Stache, Eugene Stache, Larry Stache, Jerome (Kathy)
Stache, William (Doreen) Stache, Jr; sisters: Doris Mae (Randy) Cook, Sharon Wood, Delilah Settles; and sisters-in-law:
Judy Stache and Gladys Stache.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Otto; her son, Brett; her brothers, Elliot and David; sister, Virginia; and
Funeral services will be at 12:00 PM on Friday, January 31, 2020 at Trinity Lutheran Church in the Town of Rantoul
(N6081 West River Rd., Hilbert, WI), with the Rev. Mark Wilkens officiating. A time of visitation will be held at church
from 10:00 AM -11:45 AM. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
We rejoice in the knowledge that she has been called home to live forever with her Savior. Her family takes this
occasion to thank their many friends for the kindnesses which have been given during this difficult time.
A memorial fund has been established in the name of Beverly I. Maas.
The family would like to thank West Haven and Heartland Hospice for all their care, love and support.