December 01, 1933 – May 25, 2017
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Sandra D. (Husman) Wilke, age 83, Township of Menominee, passed away Thursday evening at home surrounded by family.
Sandra was born in Gillett on December 1, 1933. At a young age, the family relocated to Oshkosh, however Sandra kept strong ties to the Gillett area. She was married to Donald Redlin, and together they raised three children. He preceded her in death in 1982. Sandra was later married to Allan Wilke and together they made their life on Moshaquit Lake. She was a third
generation Berry Laker.
Sandra was an actively involved with the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, the Retarded Citizens of Oshkosh and also Special Olympics. She was a devoted wife and a beloved mother and grandmother. Sandra was a founder of “Ladies of the Lake” and the “Millionaires Club” and was also a longtime member of the Underhill Sportsman’s Club. She will be sadly missed.
Sandra is survived by her loving husband, Allan, her seven children: Kim (Mike) Cismoski, Karla Redlin, Kurt (Wendy) Redlin, Allen (Diane) Wilke, Jr., Annette (Larry) Chapman, Steven (Alicia) Wilke and Paul (fiancée Gail) Wilke. She also leaves a brother, Mark (Linda) Husman, twenty grandchildren: Brooke Ulrich, Anna (Drew) Greipentrog, Inga (special friend Curt) Kolderup, Ori-Anna (Mark) Ramsey, Brandon Redlin, Tim (Megan) Snow, Laura Sumpter, Dena Wilke, Jason Chapman, Crystal Chevalier, Kilene Chapman, Deanne Waupoose, Perry Chapman, Melissa (Tim) Sanders, Derek (DJ) Wilke, Danielle (Jason) Daebler, Kristen Wilke, Andrea (Steve) Thorpe, Garrett Keshena and Reese Wilke. She is further survived by 34 great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.
Sandra was preceded in death by her parents, her first husband, Donald, a brother Bruce (Claire) Husman and a sister Barbara (Dale) Stark.
Memorial visitation will be Thursday, June 1, 2017 from 9 to 10:45 AM at ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH (101 W. Main Street, Gillett). A funeral service will be conducted at 11 AM with Reverend Kent Wallace officiating. Final rest will be in Lake View Cemetery, Oshkosh and will be private.
The family sends special thanks to Jane Winkler as well as the staffs of Evergreen Nursing Home and ThedaCare Home Hospice.
Legacy Funeral Chapels of Gillett and Green Bay is serving the family.