Obit: Knoll, Jerome M. (1951 - 2009)
Surnames: Knoll, Rudolph, Zaleski, Raschke,
Stencil, Hornung, Burish, Hamus, Martin
----Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield,
Wood County, Wis.) Tuesday, 13 Oct. 2009
Knoll, Jerome M. (13 May 1951 - 11 Oct.
Jerome M. "Jerry" Knoll, 58, of Curtis and
formerly of Little Rose died Sunday, October 11, 2009, at Saint
Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday,
Oct. 15, 2009, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Stratford. The Rev.
Thomas Rudolph will officiate, and music will be provided by St.
Joseph's Resurrection Choir. Burial will take place in St.
Adalbert's Cemetery, and nephews will serve as
The visitation will be from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Wednesday at Sauter/Rembs Funeral Home, Stratford, and from 10 a.m.
until service time Thursday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. A
parish prayer service will be held Wednesday at the funeral
Jerry was born May 13, 1951, in Marshfield, the
son of Edward and Stella (Zaleski) Knoll Sr. He was a 1969 graduate
of Stratford High School. He had farmed in the town of Eau Pleine
and then was employed at Central Silo in Edgar. At the present
time, he was employed at Cloverdale Equipment in
He is survived by his sisters and brothers,
Annette Raschke of Marshfield, Anne Knoll of Milwaukee, Susie
(John) Burish of Marathon, Arlene (Wally) Stencil of Edgar, Pat
(Floyd) Hamus of Marshfield, Benny (Rhonda) Knoll of Stratford and
Allie (Diane) Knoll of Stratford. He is also survived by a
sister-in-law, Cathie Knoll of Stratford, many nieces and nephews
and special friends, the Marlin Martin family, especially Marcus
He was predeceased by his parents, two brothers, Eddie and Clem Knoll, brothers-in-law, Ernie Raschke and Ervin Stencil, a sister-in-law, Mary Ellen Knoll, two nephews, Mark and Jim Knoll and a niece, Tammy Hornung.
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