Obit: Noll, Ermine #2 (1916 - 2009 )
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Noll, Sternitzky, Brandt, Walker, Bieneck, Arndt, Revling, Ratsche, Dye, Rain
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 23, 2009
Noll, Ermine (October 1916 - 12 September 2009)
Ermine Sternitzky Noll of Lynn passed away Sept. 12, 2009. In October, she would have been 93 years old. Hospice and her daughter Carol were at her side. During the day she was given the last rites by her Lutheran minister and kissed and hugged by her many friends, staff of Timber Pines Memorial Unit of Alzheimer’s. She died peacefully.
Four masses were given by three Catholic Churches. Carol is a Eucharistic minister. She flew with her mother to Wisconsin Sept. 16. The Funeral was on Friday, Sept. 18, 2009, at 11 a.m. with viewing at 10 a.m. at the Gesche Funeral Home in Neillsville.
Arnold Noll, her husband of 64 years, was and always will be her "love of her life." They lived in Lynn. Farming, flowers, dogs (she groomed poodles) filled her life. Can’t forget "her" lawnmower, which at 92 she would hide the keys so no one could take the mower away from her. This filled her time after Arnold died in 1991.
Joseph and Elsie Sternitzky, her parents, had seven daughters. Ermine’s twin died at birth. Ione Brandt, the youngest, and Vivian Walker of Plymouth died several years ago.
Ermine is survived by sisters, Adeline Bieneck Arndt of Neillsville, Emmeline Revling of Auburndale and Irene Ratsche of Greenwood; her only grandchild, Stacey Dye, and her two children, Savannah Rain and Quinnlan Dye of California.
She was loved and will be missed.
Online condolences may be made at www.GescheFH.com.
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