Susan M. Goltz, 58, Abrams, died peacefully Saturday afternoon, November 12, 2022 at home surrounded by family, following a brief battle with cancer. She was born December 17, 1963 in Green Bay to Reuben and Lorraine (Lealiou) Kubichka. Sue grew up in Green Bay and graduated West High School with the class of 1982. Following graduation, she worked for Luv-it Creamery and delivered newspapers for the News Chronicle and Press-Gazette.
On March 28, 1998 she married Peter Goltz at Calvary Lutheran Church in Abrams. Following their marriage, the couple lived in Green Bay before returning to Abrams to take over the Goltz family farm where she soon became known as “Farmer Sue”. Sue enjoyed farming, fishing, thrifting, gardening and hunting, especially for bargains and lived to find treasures for her friends and family which they cherish. Sue loved spending time and making memories with all the children that were important to her. Although Sue kept very busy with the farm and hobbies, she also enjoyed giving her time at the local pantry and thrift store in Oconto Falls. Sue always put others first, she will be lovingly remembered for her thoughtfulness to many people.
Survivors are her husband of 24 years, Pete Goltz; son, David (Krystal) Kubichka; two grandchildren, Karma and Marley; her siblings, Julie (Brian) Longtin; Ken (Patti) Kubichka; Marion (Larry) Wilson; Lee (Sue) Patski; Don (Shawna) Thomas; two sisters-in-law, Terri (Brian) Gullickson; Jocie (Dave) Bliss; a special nephew and his daughter, Mac Thomas and Kenzie; other relatives and many friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, Ron (Jane) and Mike Thomas, three sisters, Diane Kubichka, Kay (Mike) Augustine and Nancy (Al) Madel, in-laws, Otis and Myrtle Goltz and brother-in-law, Gary Goltz.
Visitation will be held 3:00 until 7:00 pm Thursday, November 17, 2022 at Jones Funeral Service in Oconto Falls. Burial will follow 11:00 am Friday, November 18, 2022 in Brookside Cemetery in the Town of Pensaukee with a gathering and meal to follow.
The Goltz family would like to extend a special thank you to Sarah Heimke for the care and guidance given to Sue and her family during her illness. Also to other family members, neighbors and friends that participated in making her final hours meaningful.