Carol M. Gallett - September 27, 2020
Renee D. Wendt - September 27, 2020
Patricia L. Steinbauer - September 2, 2020
Lina Fries - August 19, 2020
Dorothy R. Puetzer - August 6, 2020
Richard D. Groshek - July 26, 2020
Harold P. Dietenberger - July 11, 2020
Dellora M. “Dee” Blanchard - July 9, 2020
Margaret M. Feyrer - July 5, 2020
Marilyn I. Strupp - July 5, 2020
Heinz A. Walther - June 20, 2020
Isabel Kuhn - June 1, 2020
Betty J. "Betsie" Jacoby - May 27, 2020
Anthony Gerard "Tony" Holl - May 22, 2020
Timothy Gene Kauper - April 4, 2020
Robert H. Sprinkman - March 1, 2020
Deanna J. Branske-Beaudry - February 13, 2020
Karen Swiertz - February 12, 2020
Roman A. Gapinski Jr. - January 15, 2020
Esther T. Wisniewski - December 16, 2019
James “Jim” W. Weske - December 6, 2019
Mary E. Eiche - October 31, 2019
Daniel E. Vogds - October 28, 2019
Bernice C. Yakel - October 6, 2019
Raymond W. "Ray" McMullen - October 5 2019
About Funerals at St. Peter
When a parishioner dies, contact the funeral home of your choice. Usually the funeral director will contact the pastor in order to arrange for the Mass or Service of Christian burial as well as share needed information; a time for funeral services (visitation/vigil, Mass/Service, and burial) will be set. The pastor will meet with the family to prepare the services with them (reflection on the life of the deceased, selection of readings and hymns, and arranging family participation).
St. Peter Parish has associated with it two (2) parish owned/operated cemeteries for reverent committal of the bodily remains of our loved ones that our faith envisions. Old St. Peter Cemetery is located at 200 E. Washington Street (immediately behind our school facility – entrance driveway alongside Clare Hall) and has burials dating from 1861. A limited number of graves sites are available. New St. Peter Cemetery is located at 4170 Highway 175 (approximately 1 mile north of the church, slightly outside present village boundaries). With slightly over an acre developed at present, when all 4.15 acres are developed the cemetery will be able to accommodate future needs well.
The first burial in this cemetery was in 1985. There are two sections with gravesites designated for inhumation arrangements; there is also an in-ground section especially designated for infant burials and the committal of cremated remains; there is an above columbarium available for cremation.
Parish members may purchase sites pre-need or at-need; cost information available from either the pastor or the sexton. All charges include permanent care. Non-parishioners may purchase sites; an additional non-parishioner surcharge applies. Gravesites must be paid for in full before they may be used (unless otherwise arranged with the pastor). A booklet detailing cemetery costs, standards, regulations and privileges is available at request from the sexton or parish offices.
Fr. Rick Stoffel, Pastor ……. 262.644.8083 ext. 2106 or [email protected]
Anton Wiesner, Sexton……… 262.644.8083 ext. 2203 or [email protected]
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