Alice Odelia Ley, 80, Oconto Falls, died peacefully surrounded by her family on Friday afternoon, June 5, 2020, at ThedaCare Medical Center in Neenah. She was born at home on the family farm on May 9, 1940 in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin to Lawrence and Mary (Gericke) Haumschild. Alice attended St. Mary Magdalene Catholic School and graduated from Johnson Creek High School with the class of 1958.
Alice lived in Edgerton before moving to Oconto Falls in 1995. While living in the Oconto Falls area, she was employed by Sharpe Care and Ceremite until retiring in 2005. She was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church in Oconto Falls. Alice will be lovingly remembered as a good cook who enjoyed tending her vegetable and flower gardens. She also enjoyed feeding and watching birds and fishing.
Survivors include the love of her life, Ed Foral, Oconto Falls; five children: Teri Jackson, Janesville; Tami (Doug) Finco, Sun Prairie; Tony (Sheila O’Brien) Ley, Edgerton; Sandy (Jeff Jauquet) Staszak, Luxemburg; Shane (Becky) Ley, Hingham; 14 grandchildren: Justin (Susan Miller) and Joshua Jackson; David, Nicole, Heather, and Melissa Finco; Mitchell (Danielle Petersen) Staszak, Brianna (Cody) Cortez; Kayleigh and Makenna Ley, Brychell (Ryan) and Mitchell Foral, Ryan Leonard, and Jaden Ferron; two great-grandchildren Cody Jr. and Gracie Cortez; one brother, Bob (Arlene) Haumschild, Johnson Creek; one sister, Mary Revolinski, Edgerton; many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers, Larry “Bud”, Don, and James Haumschild, and four sisters, Ann Lee, Irene Wunderlin, Delores Buske, and Ruth Quest and son-in-law, Randy Jackson.
Visitation with the urn present will take place after 9am on Saturday, June 13, 2020 at Jones Funeral Service in Oconto Falls until the time of service. Memorial services will be held at 10:30am at the funeral home with Fr. Bob Karuhn officiating. Burial will take place immediately following the service at Pine Hill Cemetery, Town of Spruce.
Wearing masks at the funeral home is optional.
In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, a memorial fund will be established.