Mueller Funeral Home - Winneconne WI

Jeanette (Lee) Wesner

June 26, 1925 - January 27, 2018

Jeanette (Lee) Wesner, age 92, of Borth died Saturday, January 27, 2018, at home. She was born June 26, 1925, in Winnebago County to the late Henry and Lillie (Heisinger) Lee. On June 10, 1946, Jeanette married Paul A. Wesner and he preceded her in death on December 22, 1979.
From 1970 to 1990 she had worked at Sand Knit and McGregor in Berlin, also working seasonally at Miles Kimball. Jeanette was a member of the Borth United Methodist Church and had served as its financial secretary.
Jeanette is survived by three children, Sherry (Manford "Mick") Thompson, Marla (Dean) Krause, Paul H. (Susan) Wesner; grandchildren, Jeffrey Thompson, Anthony (Rachel) Thompson, Brent Krause, Kyle Wesner, Kara Wesner; two great-grandchildren, Josiah and Gabriela Thompson; step-grandchildren, Tom (Marla) Thompson, Tracy Thompson; step-great-grandchildren, Taylor Thompson, Trystan Thompson, Keyrsti Thompson, Jordyn Walker, Jocelyn Walker; and other relatives and friends.
Along with her parents and husband, Jeanette was also preceded in death by her brothers, sister, and in-laws, Russell (Verna) Lee, Milton (Elizabeth) Lee, Wallace (Lois) Lee, Arnold (Ellen Mae) Lee, and Irene (Gerald) Hill.
A visitation for family and friends will be on Thursday, February 1, 2018, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Borth United Methodist Church W304 Cty Rd D Berlin. A funeral service will be held on Thursday at 11:00 a.m. at the church with Pastor Becky Kindschi officiating. Burial will follow in the Borth Cemetery.
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Mark and Monica wrote on January 31, 2018
Paul, Sue and family, Sending our condolences at this difficult time. May the memories you have shared throughout the years bring you comfort in the coming days.

Tom Thompson wrote on January 30, 2018
There are not enough words to describe the loss that is felt when someone so special leaves us. I truly have been blessed to have had the honor and love to call you 'Grandma' Although I had moved away these past years I always tried to make sure to send a Christmas card to show you how big your 'Great Grandkids' were getting. I even called you a few times to tease you about how much I missed not getting any of those silly grab bag gifts during the holidays! I will miss you deeply. And I hope you always knew how much you meant to me and my family. And how much we loved you and how lucky we were to have such a wonderful person in our lives. My heart, thoughts and prayers also go out to the rest of the family and loved ones that are also grieving during this terrible time of loss. Jeanette (Grandma to me) Wesner is, was and will always be truly one of a kind beautiful loving/loved person. With Sincerest Love and Adoration, Tom

Terri and Brad Vnuk wrote on January 30, 2018
Paul, Sue and family: So very sorry for the loss of your mother/grandmother. Hopefully, your happy memories will fill your hearts and ease the pain of her death.

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