Theresa Sprutles
04
Sep

Theresa M. Sprutles (1959-2014)

Theresa Marie Elizabeth Sprutles, age 55 peacefully died at her home on Sunday, August 31, 2014.

 

Born April 9, 1959 in Green Bay WI, Theresa experienced life in many cities within Wisconsin; she found  a life with God in Kenosha WI. Since 1977 Theresa suffered from Rheumatoid Arthritis, but she enjoyed a vibrant life and nothing slowed her down. One of Theresa’s favorite pastimes was caring for her flower gardens.

 

Survivors include her loving companion, William (Bill) Soens, mother and stepfather Ann and Raymond Dobbs. Three sisters, Rose (Tom) Schauer, Judith (Ken) Schauer, Mary Orszula and one brother, Joesph Sprutles. Half-sister, Jennifer (Howard) Gustin and half-brother, Jacob Sprutles. Three step-brothers, Edward (Sandy), Roy (Jennifer) and Scott Dobbs.

 

Theresa loved being an aunt to her nephews, Kelly, Kenny, Michael, David and Kevin Schauer along with her beloved niece Maranda Kulinski. With a special love for her 5 grand nieces and one grand nephew. Theresa was blessed to be loved by many family members and friends, especially Karen Reau and Holly Schaal.

 

Theresa was preceded in death by her father, John E. Sprutles.

 

Funeral Mass will be held on Monday, September 8, 2014 at St. Peters Catholic Parish in Kenosha WI with Father Ireneusz Chodakowski, MIC. officiating and Father Roger Savage concelebrating at 11:00 a.m. Visitation before the service starts at 9:30 a.m. at the Church.

 

In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established for donations to The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, The Shrine was a special place for Theresa.

 

The family of Theresa would like to thank Bill Soens for his dedication and  loving care he gave to her.

5 comments

  1. Joe I just wanted to tell you Theresa loved you so much and we talked about you all the time you were a good brother and I know your going to miss her just like me we both won’t be able to call her anymore and that is what I’m going to miss most of all talking on the phone all the time I’m sorry for your lose. Karen reau

  2. Dear Bill, thank you for all you love and attention to Theresa. She wrote to me in spring and hoped to come to Crivitz to visit me and so I could meet you. Then she also sent me a card and a letter when she heard that I had some medical tests done. It’s a shame that we couldn’t meet. God be with you in your time of sorrow. We know she is with Jesus and isn’t having anymore pain. I hope you have some comfort in that. Love and prayers, Aunt Margaret (Theresa’s God Mother)

  3. Aunt Joan & Uncle Bob September 6, 2014 at 7:56 am

    From a little girl on my lap to a courageous woman that is how I remember Theresa. Love to all her siblings and huge thank you to Bill for being there for her.

  4. Bill, Words softly spoken, you have inspired me. To only speak words that strengthens the soul.
    I think I know you well, only because of how often Theresa would write me 99% about you. Thank You for loving my baby sister.
    Little Sis, she will always be, As I do The 33 days of Glory, I know I will feel her words helping me through.
    I love you for who you are and all you did to give Theresa the Joy,
    knowing she was waiting to come and visit my Granddaughter Olivia. And see her whole family, this is no doughty. She went to the Lord with a smile. You are always welcome at our home!
    Love, Judith and Family

  5. Joe and family,

    Sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

    -Randy G.

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