||Mueller Funeral Home - Winneconne WI
Carl and Myrtle Liermann
July 6, 1923 - April 23, 2012
Carl H. Liermann
Myrtle M. Liermann
Carl H. Liermann, age 88, of Larsen, was called to his eternal home on Monday, April 23, 2012, and 2 days later, on April 25, 2012, Myrtle joined Carl in heaven.
Carl was born July 6, 1923, in Kewaskum, to the late A. Paul and Sadie (Bleck) Liermann. On October 4, 1921, Myrtle was born to the late Arthur and Rosa (Gessner) Glander. On June 22, 1946 they were united in marriage in Sheboygan County. For 17 years Carl and Myrtle farmed in Random Lake until 1964, at which time they bought a farm in Winneconne, where they farmed for 13 years until moving to Larsen. In 1964, Carl and Myrtle received the Farmer of the Year Award for their efforts in soil conservation.
Carl and Myrtle enjoyed square dancing, card club, and Myrtle had been a member of the East Winneconne Homemakers Club, and served as a 4-H leader. They were active members of Winneconne Christian Fellowship.
Carl and Myrtle are survived by one son, John (Barbara) Liermann, of Bonners Ferry, Idaho; one daughter, Carla (Tom) Dowling, of Omro; eight grandchildren, Paula (Kale) Graham, of Yuba City, California; Roseann Liermann, of Renten, Washington; Sarah (Mike) Wickham, of Hillsboro, Oregon; Jessica (Robert) Heffernon, of Larsen; Jacob (Jamie) Perry, of Larsen; and Caitlin, Shaun, and Brian Dowling, all of Omro; four great-grandchildren, Jaid and Joey Perry; and Dylan and Aleyna Heffernon. Carl is also survived by two sisters and one brother, Lucille Kocher, Paul, Jr. (Shirley) Liermann, Sharon (Ron) Geidel, all of West Bend; and nieces and nephews. Also surviving Myrtle are two sisters and two brothers, Gladys Hahn, of Anchorage, Alaska; Esther (Norbert) Lohuis, of Sheboygan Falls; Elmer (Mary) Glander, of Phoenix, Arizona; Allen (Patricia) Glander, of Lowell, Oregon; sister-in-law, Alice "Mickie" Glander, of Sheboygan Falls; and nieces and nephews.
Carl had his parents, one brother, Elroy (Harriet) Liermann; and one brother-in-law, Orville Kocher, who preceded him in death. Along with her parents, Myrtle was also preceded in death by two brothers, Norman (Marion) Glander, Willard Glander; three sisters, Verna Glander, Meta (Lloyd) Wernecke, Ruth Glander; and brother-in-law, Earl Hahn.
A Funeral Service for Carl and Myrtle will be held on Monday, April 30, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. at Mueller Funeral Home, Winneconne, with Pastor Dan Gibson officiating. Entombment will be on Tuesday, May 1 at Lake View Memorial Park, Oshkosh. A Visitation for family and friends will be on Monday at the funeral home from 3:00 p.m. until the time of the service.
The Liermann family wishes to show their appreciation to the staffs of Care Partners and Asera Care Hospice, as well as family and friends for all of the care and concern shown to them.
Mueller Funeral Home
904 E. Main St.
Winneconne, WI 54986
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Nola Sweet wrote on May 1, 2012
Sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you as you adjust to living life on earth without them but having the hope of meeting them again one day.
The Bump family wrote on April 30, 2012
We are so sorry for your loss, they were a wonderful couple. They will be miss in the neighborhood. They will be together in heaven, and a beautiful place with no more suffering or pain.They have left an amazing legacy. Prayers go out to the entire family.
Tom & Xa/ndy Kloeckl wrote on April 28, 2012
Jake, we are very sorry to hear about the loss of your Grandpa and Grandma. We were very surprised to hear about the situation last Wed and then read about it in the paper. I can't imagine your situation losing both at almost the same time. At any rate we wish you the best in the near future and all the things that you will have to deal with that accompanies the death of a family member(s).
We are the couple that visit with you once in awhile and we talk about where we are at with the oncoming gardening for the year.
Jan Knapp wrote on April 27, 2012
Your parents were bonded in life and death weren't they? What a sweet "home going". You loved them well, Carla and Tom, and I know you will miss them. When you are overwhelmed with grief, know that you are overshadowed with prayer. Although this is a sad time, it's "precious in His sight".
Bud, Sally, and Amber Marohn wrote on April 27, 2012
We are so sorry for your loss. As you said, their passing will leave a big hole in your family. It is because of your love and help that they were able to stay in their home so long. But with their health failing God has decided they have had enough suffering. In Heaven there is no more pain, no more weakness, no more suffering. Just joyous celebration as they wait for the rest of your family some day. Just think of them dancing and singing and praising God! You all will miss them terribly. They were wonderful people and have left quite a legacy.
Joe and Christine Duscheck wrote on April 26, 2012
John and Barb and family, Prayers for you and the family at this time.