Obit: Netzel, Cora Marie (1943 - 2017)
Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Baker, Brattin, Delfay, Jackson, Krause, Landowski, Netzel, Van Asten
----Source: The Hemer Funeral Home (Medford and Rib Lake, WI) 4/04/2017
Netzel, Cora Marie (Baker) (15 JUN 1943 - 3 APR 2017)
Cora Marie Netzel, 73, of Ogema, passed away on on Monday, April 3 at Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire, where she had been a patient for the past 2 months.
A Memorial Visitation will be held from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Saturday, April 8 at Hemer Funeral Home, Medford Chapel. Interment of her cremated remains will take place at Guardian Angel Cemetery, Stevens Point, WI at a later time.
Cora was born on June 15, 1943, at Juneau, Alaska, to Carl and Mary (Jackson) Baker. She attended Juneau, AK Graded Schools and attended Haines House Native School, Haines, Alaska.
On March 21, 1962, Cora was married Robert “Bob” C. Netzel at Shawneetown, IL and he survives.
Most of her life was spent as a housewife & mother while they resided in Wisconsin Rapids, Warrens & Stone Lake, WI. For the past 17 years, they have been residing in the Ogema area. For a period of time she worked in the deli at County Market in Medford. She enjoyed cooking, gardening, baking & entertaining. Cora was a member of the Tlingit Tribe of Alaska.
She is survived by her husband, Robert “Bob” C. Netzel of Ogema; children Jan (Brian Jackson) Landowski of Sauk City, WI; Chester J. Netzel, II of Marshfield; Sharon M. (Lawrence) Van Asten of Waupaca; Kirt (Brenda Krause) Netzel of Wisconsin Rapids; 6 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; siblings Sally (Valentino) Brattin of Haines, AK; Jeanette (Barton) Delfay of Yelm, Washington; Edward Baker of Haines AK; and Jerry Baker of North Carolina.
She is predeceased by her parents, Carl and Mary (Jackson) Baker; siblings Jay Baker, Joe Baker and Carl Baker, Jr. in infancy.
For online condolences, please visit www.hemerfuneralservice.com.
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