The Post-Crescent from Appleton, Wisconsin (2024)

Friday, November 11, 2005 LOCAL STATE The Post-Crescent, Appleton- Cities, Wis. C-5 Jury selected for trial in rape, burning case The Associated Press WAUKESHA A 14- member jury was selected Thursday for the trial of a man accused in the abduction, rape and burning of a woman in Brown County in August 2003. The jury panel, which includes two alternates, is to be bused to Green Bay on Sunday, with the trial to begin Monday and last up to five days. The jury was selected in Waukesha County because of pretrial publicity in the Green Bay area. Juan Nieto, 25, faces trial on charges of being party to attempted first-degree intentional homicide, kidnapping and five counts of second-degree sexual assault with use of force.

Gregorio Morales, 28, pleaded no contest in April and is to be sentenced in December. Morales is expected to testify in Nieto's trial. Prue, Maynard Charles From C-4 Maynard C. Prue, age 87, of Wabeno, Wisconsin, formerly of Appleton, passed away on November 9, 2005. He was born in Foster City, Michigan on 1 August 8, 1918, to the late Charles and Lorraine Prue.

On January 6, 1940, Maynard married the former lone Elizabeth (Sager) Prue. He was in the 112th Regiment Combat Team, proudly serving in the Philippines during World War II. He received the Asiatic Pacific Theater Service Medal, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with a Bronze Star and Good Conduct Medal. He was honorably discharged from military service on February 2, 1946. Maynard and lone lived in Appleton for many years and were involved in many activities including the Outagamie Conservation Club.

They were members of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Appleton and were active members of the church community. Maynard worked at the International Wire Works for 40 years, until his retirement and in Pete 1978. In 1949, Maynard Stegert purchased a cottage on Roberts Lake, Wabeno, Wisconsin, where Maynard and lone spent many years vacationing 1 there with their family. Wanting to retire up north, Maynard and lone bought the cottage next door and moved to the Lake in 1978 after Maynard's retirement.

He was an avid hunter and fisherman, President of the Roberts Lake Association for many years. He helped to improve the lake and the surrounding areas. Maynard is survived by his six children: Stanley (Nancy) Prue; Beverly (Donald) Burroughs; Susan (Donald) Jarek, all of Appleton; Phyllis (Thomas) Lemmers of Larsen; Steven (Jeanne) Prue and Gor- don Prue of Appleton. He is also survived by 18 grandchildren, 12 great a sister, Bethel (Dolly) Jacobsen of Fremont, Wisconsin; a brother, Stanley of Denver, Colorado. He was preceded in death by his wife lone; his parents; a sister and three brothers.

Maynard will be missed by special friends Dorothy Huetti; Wally and Rose Christensen; and John and Pamela McCulloch and many other dear friends "Up Friends may call at Valley Funeral Home, 2211 N. Richmond Appleton, on Sunday, November 13, 2005, from 4 to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, Wabeno, Wisconsin on Tuesday, November 15, 2005, at 1 p.m. with Pastor Craig Korth officiating. Visitation will be from 11 a.m.

until the time of service. Internment will take place at Trinity Lutheran Cemetery in Wabeno. VALLEY FUNERAL HOME 2211 N. RICHMOND ST. 733-5435 as would be Rogers, William J.

William J. Rogers, of Kaukauna, age 74, died Tuesday, November 8, 2005, at his home after an extended holiday in Europe. He was born December 9, 1930, to the late Claude and Lucille (Reichel) Rogers. Bill served his country in the Korean War and was a State Representative from 1962 to 1984. Some of his accomplishments that are still appreciated today include: the 1000 Islands Conservancy, the Golden Venture Home for the elderly and budgeting for Highway 441-twenty Prosecutors said the two men, who worked at a Brown County dairy, abducted the victim from the parking lot of a Green Bay nightclub, drove her to a rural Rockland field and sexually assaulted her, and then she was doused with lighter fluid, set on fire and left for dead.

The woman, now 27, has said she was conscious of what was happening despite her injuries, which left her with respiratory failure and secondand third-degree burns to 61 percent of her body. She said she heard her attackers "laugh, get in the truck, turn on their lights and leave" before she went to a nearby house for help. Nieto was arrested last December near Atlanta, and Morales was arrested in New Mexico about a year after the assault. COME TO THE REAL THING THE WOOD SHED Home of the Amish Where True Craftsmanship Starts. BONDUEL, WISCONSIN Located downtown, east of the lights 715-758-6096 96 in Wisconsin Amish and Mennonite Specializing furniture, hand-crafted in oak and pine.

Christmas Open House Save! November 10, 11 12 Special Discounts on SELECT ACCESSORIES throughout the store! All Amish made furniture is ON SALE! Enter to win THURSDAY NIGHT P.M. SPECIAL! SPECIAL HOURS: 5-9 $500 Gift Certificate (Names from all 3 stores will be OFF All Christmas entered into a certificate) drawing for one Accessories! Regular Store Hours: Monday thru Saturday 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Closed Sunday OBITUARIES years before it was paved. Bill spent his retirement traveling the world and researching family history. He was a poet and a dreamer.

He is survived by his ten children and their mother Kay J. (Ludke) Rogers; Michael F. Rogers and his son Garrett; Steven C. (Jennifer) Rogers and their children Chase, Hunter and Julia; Patrick W. (Mona Pepin) Rogers and his children Travis and Dylan; Laurie L.

Rogers and her son Max Ferris; Kevin B. (Nicole) Rogers and their daughter Sydney; Amy A. (Doug) Frederickson and their children Kyle and Alyx; Scott G. (Lisa) Rogers their children Nicholas and Emma; Corey J. Rogers (Travis Dorn); Heather L.

Rogers and Holly L. Rogers; also two Tasha Rogers and Kyle Rogers; his sister, Donna (Roland) Huss. Bill is further survived by many nieces, nephews, friends and acquaintances. He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister Patricia (Rogers) Fetzner, and friend Bea Falize. Bill's Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 a.m.

on Saturday, November 12, 2005, at the ANNUNCIATION CATHOLIC CHURCH with MSGR. Mark Schommer officiat- ing. Friends Saturday a.m. until Full Military be performed VFW Post is being name at servancy. The Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the Rogers family.

766-2099. The Rogers family extends a special Thank You to the Huss and Fetzner families. We will miss you here Dad, Love the kids. THE MEETING You name the place, I'll be there. You set the time, I'll be there early.

You map the route, I'll find the shortcut. You show the way, I'll follow. By William J. Rogers 10-31-79 William J. Rogers 12-09-30 to 11-08-05 "The King" Romenesko, Margaret B.

consin. In January, 1948, she married Leon "Butch" Romenesko. Her career as a registered nurse began at St. Elizabeth Hospital with private duty to many families as well as compassionately serving the senior population and retiring from Peabody Manor. Margaret's passions included: (Smith) The "Wind of Peace" has taken Margaret Bridget Romenesko, age 89, of Kaukauna, home to be with those who preceded her on this journey.

Margaret was born in Montreal, Wisconsin on June 12, 1916. She graduated from St. Agnes School of Nursing in Fond du Lac, Wis- spending time with her family, golfing, bowling and traveling with her beloved husband, Leon "Butch" Romenesko. Margaret was preceded in death by her husband of 57 years, Butch; a sister, Eleonore Hanson; brothers: Michael and Gerard Smith; nephews: Jeff, Dan and Roger Hanson; a grandson, Kevin Lutzow and many other dear friends. Margaret took great pride and love in raising her family.

Margaret and Butch raised five children: Terry (Catherine) Sharron, Larry (Mary) Sharron, Mary Kay (Tom) Lutzow, Mike (Kay) Romenesko and Patrick (Sandy) Romenesko. Margaret is also survived by nine grandchildren: Scott (Ann) and Chris (AJ) Sharron, Nora Baier, Leah Lutzow and Brian Lutzow, Keith and Cory Romenesko, Craig (Kate) and Kim Romenesko, Greg Sharron, Tina SharronGordon, Bill and Tony Church and Darrell Sharron. There are also 14 great-grandchildren celebrating Margaret's journey. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2005, at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 2401 Main Avenue, Kaukauna.

Family will greet friends from a.m. with a mass to follow. Fr. Jerry Pastors will officiate. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

The family would like to thank those who served Margaret's need the past years, especially Affinity Hospice, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Darboy Living Center, Comfort Care Homes and all those who cared for her. A memorial fund in Margaret's name is being established. Contributions will go toward Alzheimer's research. ATTENTION HOLIDAY SHOPPERS: HERS vets Satisfy your inner Scrooge.

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Raymond M. Volp, of Troy, OH, formerly of New Berlin and Appleton, age 74, died November 8, 2005. Raymond served as General Manager of Mueller Climatrol, as Corporate Vice-president for Medalist Industries, and as Vice-President and General Manager of Creative Extruded Products retiring in 1992. Raymond graduated from Lake Geneva High School and University of Wisconsin-Madison. Beloved husband of Mary (nee Turoff).

Dear father of Steven and Sister Maria "Vicki." Dear brother of Richard (Audrey), Jerry, Robert (Deloris), Marie Perkins, Gertrude (Herman) Muchnick, Jean Brinfield, Barbara Hoppe, Beatrice Sontag and Bernice (Marvin) Nussbaum. Grandfather of Brian and Eric. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by his first wife, Evelyn (nee Schurman). In state Wednesday from 10 a.m.

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