Loraine A. Seibel
Loraine A. Seibel, 85, of Campbellsport, passed away on Friday, March 17th, 2017 at Hospice Home of Hope, Fond du Lac.
She was born in the Town of Ashford on November 3, 1931, the daughter of Irving J. and Marie C. (Jirik) Dieringer.
Loraine married Clarence Seibel on October 21, 1950 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Campbellsport. Together they lived in the Campbellsport area for more than 66 years.
Loraine was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Campbellsport and the Ladies Aid, she sang in the choir and attended Bible classes. Her special interests included television, especially movies and game shows and she loved traveling.
Her favorite trips included Hawaii in celebration of her 25th Wedding Anniversary, several trips to Europe as well as a Caribbean cruise.
Most of all Loraine loved being a homemaker and a Mom.
Those left behind to cherish her memory include her sons, Gary (Amy) Seibel of Mequon, David (Dawn) Seibel of Campbellsport and Brian (Jean) Seibel of Grafton, her grandchildren Nathan, Nicole (Greg) Paterson, Nevin, Nolan, Andy (Jackie), Kate, Jeremy (Jennifer), Lindsay (Alex) Turner and Leah, her great-grandchildren Anna, Leo, Hayden and Emmie, her brothers Henry (Eileen) Dieringer and John (Jan) Dieringer, her sisters Rose Hackbarth and Helen Rohlinger, her brothers-in-law Norman Menke, Harold Kohlmann and Walter (Margie) Seibel, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Loraine was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Ruth Menke, and brothers-in-law Gene Rohlinger, Lester Hackbarth, and Edward Seibel, her sisters-in-law Yvonne Kohlmann and Adeline Seibel.
Funeral services will be held on Sunday, March 26th at 3:00 PM at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 350 S. Helena St. Campbellsport. Rev. Paul Cerny will officiate and burial will follow in Union Cemetery, Campbellsport.
Visitation will be Saturday, March 25th from 3:00 PM until 6:00 PM at Twohig Funeral Home, 109 W. Main St., Campbellsport and Sunday at church from 2:00 PM until time of service at Immanuel Lutheran Church.
In lieu of flowers memorials are appreciated to Immanuel Lutheran Church or Agnesian Hospice Home of Hope.