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LaVerel June Thesing

June 1, 2022 | 3 comments

LaVerel June Thesing passed away May 30, 2022 at Mulder Health Care in West Salem, Wi. She was born February 22, 1931 in LaCrosse to Merlen and Elsie Cloutier. She married LaVern Thesing on January 11, 1949. They raised their family and lived in Nodine, Minnesota and LaCrosse before moving to Onalaska to live on the Lake.

In retirement they built a home in Holmen. LaVerel enjoyed fishing, golf (Got A Hole-in-One), gardening, hosting Family and baking many yummy foods for her Family and friends. LaVerel worked as a Cook at La Crescent Schools, a Cook at K-Mart deli, and a Factory worker at Outers on Brice Prairie. She later enjoyed caring for her Grandchildren whenever she could. She was famous for her homemade Buns, Caramels, her Lady Baltimore cake, and a variety of cookies baking several times a week.

Beside her children: Diane (Greg) Clay, Debi (Harley Evenson), Becky, Bonnie (David Tabbert), and Jeff (Pam Socia) LaVerel is survived by her sister Marilyn of Madison and Marilyn’s children Carla (Randy) Wolf, Betty (Joel) Wade, Barb, and David, Grand-children Tammy (Todd) Jones, Teri (Greg) Bambauer, Shelly Powers, Tracy (Josh) Olsen, Nicole (Jen) Tabbert, Kelly Tabbert, and Kyle (Amy) Thesing along with ten Great grand-children: Gregory and Ashley Bambauer, Dylan Olson, Konnell Powers, Andrew and Peyton Olsen, Jacob, Keaton, Cullen Thesing, and Raymond Honnas.

She was preceded in death by her Parents Merlen and Elsie Cloutier, Husband LaVern, Brothers-in-Law John and his Wife Ruth, Sister-in-Law Marcella, and her Husband George Abnet, a Sister-in-Law Caroline (Bob) Thesing and Son-in-Law Roger Olson.

Her request was to be cremated with no services.

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3 Comments

  1. Lynette Abnet Woodard

    Sorry sorry for your loss. I am sure she is so happy now to be reunited with Lavern. Mom and her are having a joyous reunion for sure. I sure remember all the family dinners at Grandma and Grandpa Thesing’s on Sunday afternoons.

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  2. Karen Heyer

    So very sorry for your loss. I will always remember your Mom with her little dog. I happened to be at Mom’s when they and Diane came for a visit. It was great to see them together talking about years ago.You all have my deepest sympathy.💕

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  3. Vicky Jessen

    My sympathy to all of you. We knew her well on Bice Avenue; she was a friend, super (the best) neighbor you could ever have, great teacher and role model to my children. She taught me so much, shared so many recipes, treated us to home baked wonderful treats, was very wise and loved her little dog. We were honored and delighted when she visited after we moved. She was a wonderful woman. God bless her.

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