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Missing my sweet sister, Becky, so much! She was only 8 when I left home, so missed so much of her growing up. I remember the visits to Stillwater, Colorado Springs, Green Bay, Cape Girardeau and Hugo, where she always welcomed me with open arms and delicious meals. Missing too, the trips she and Tom made to visit me in Kansas City, ski trips together in Colorado. When I quit the Ski Club, they would still travel to KC and stay with me before catching the bus to a ski trip. So many good memories. Remembering a trip she made to Kansas City and Kris, Becky and I stayed on the Plaza for the weekend, Dinner Theater, shopping and Becky got her hair cut at a swanky salon, such a special time! She always remembered my children on birthdays, graduations and weddings. Can’t forget the beautiful wedding Of Tom and Becky, what a beautiful bride she made! I remember making 5 dresses for the wedding two for me, flower girl dress for my youngest daughter, Kim, and matching dresses for Sonya and Ali, Kris’s daughter, who were in charge of guest book. How she loved and enjoyed her grandchildren, know they must be missing her so much! My deepest sympathies to Tom, Brock and Stacy. Thank you Tom, so much for taking such loving care of Becky! Know she is up in heaven with Mom and Dad, singing with Jesus. She always wanted to be an Opera singer, now she is a singing shining star! Love you, Becky, RIP until we meet again. Your loving sister, Kathleen (Kay)
~ Kathleen Benton - December 2, 2020
So sorry to hear about Beckys passing . We knew her through a support group. I sat close to her, and after the meeting we would chat . Knew about Stillwater MN. Loved traveling through the town when we would go to Forest Lake. She was a sweet caring person. Really missed her at the meetings. We extend to you our deepest sympathy. May God grant you strengh and courage through these difficult times.
Joanne and Jerry
~ Jerry and Joanne PLUDEMAN - November 26, 2020
Becky and I had 2 main things in common. Recovery and Stillwater . We spoke of her hometown often.
I was married to a man from there and I lived there in the early years of my marriage.
Becky and I could relate to all the heritage of this unique river town. That was our common ground.
Our connection in recovery was strong. We were women of the same age range and we shared our stories with each other .
We both loved our children, spouses, grandchildren and all that went with them.
I pray now for your family Becky. They will need their faith during this time of loss. I know you will help as well, for you will always be at their sides. Love Susan
~ Susan Hill - November 24, 2020
Becky really was so very cheerful and will be missed dearly.
~ Dave M - November 23, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I still go to Incarnation Lutheran Church. I always enjoyed talking to Becky there. She was always so sweet. I also saw her awhile back, & she was excited about the new church she went to in De Pere. Prayers go out for your family & friends. Nancy
~ nancy grindatti - November 23, 2020
Becky will certainly be missed not only by me, but also by many others who were part of our "special group." I got used to seeing her weekly, if not more -- and her vacant chair where she always sat will be looked upon with sorrow. Such a beautiful soul, such a warm heart. Many thoughts and prayers to her family and other friends.
~ Theresa Deethardt - November 23, 2020
Becky (and Tom) was one of my closest friends. It’s hard to believe she is gone. We had such fun over the years.. meeting when our sons were in 2nd grade. We took a couple of RV trips together when the boys were young which were really fun. We shared so much over the years.... lots of laughs. Think of you every day.
Jan & Don Motz
~ Jan Motz - November 18, 2020
I am sorry to read about your loss and the passing of Becky. You and Becky always welcomed me in to your home and I always appreciated your hospitality and always felt welcome. Becky, you, and your family will be in my prayers.
~ Paul Signorelli - November 18, 2020
Becky is my Aunt but so much more than that. We called each other ‘seetas’ as we grew up close like sisters. She always was kind and generous and always, always, always was one to say “I love you” first. A more thoughtful person you will never meet. She was the best example of putting others before herself.
I have my fond memories of riding in her old white car singing songs with the radio when she was in high school. She always had unique if not quite right lyrics to the songs. Songs just kind popped into her head at anytime and she would burst into singing.
I had the opportunity to travel with Becky often. When I was in high school I would travel in the back seat of Tom and Becky’s Toyota Celica to stay with them in Colorado Springs. It was tight but I was smaller in those days. We also went to Mexico a few times and best was our wonderful trip to Italy. I am sooo glad we did that trip with my Mom and daughter Jenn.
Becky was always a wonderful hostess and thought of everything. I once remembering visiting her in Green Bay on a hot, sweltering day ( and they didn’t have air conditioning) she prepared a roast pork dinner with all the fixings. I asked if she would have gone to the trouble if we were not there and she admitted not, but we were company. She liked to fuss.
Her family and Husband Tom were EVERYTHING to her. She made family and friends wherever she went. The neighbor kids in Hugo would call her Grandma Becky. I was sad when they moved back to Green Bay to be near their son Brock, Stacy and grandchildren but I understood that they needed to be there.
Tom and Becky had a special relationship and took good care of each other. I hope I am not over sharing, but each night they had a little routine that I know was all Becky. Before calling it a night they would kiss and say, “Good night, sweet dreams, see you in the morning”. I wish I could give her a ?? and say “ Goodnight, sweet dreams, see you in heaven....”
Though I might not had said it as much as I should have. I LOVE YOU!
~ Lynn Olson - November 18, 2020
Becky an I met in Second grade at Washington School and had so much fun, we stayed for
two years, and graduated high school together.
Always friendly with a big smile on her face, she will be missed
My sympathy and prayers to Tom, Brock, and all her beloved family.
~ Dave Stepan - November 18, 2020
My earliest memory was being a part of Aunt Becky’s wedding party when she married her knight in shining armor, Uncle Tom. I also remember visiting them when they lived in Georgia and Colorado. Another fond memory was when our youngest cousin Brock joined the family.
Aunt Becky was also so special as she always sent birthday cards as we were growing up. She had a heart of gold!
Aunt Becky’s passing is hard to believe as she was taken too soon. I’m comforted knowing she was greeted with open arms by her mother and father (my grandparents) whom she loved so dearly.
My prayers are with Uncle Tom the love of her life; Brock, Stacy and those adorable grandkids that stole her heart; and her three older sisters who I know miss her terribly. God bless you all!
~ Sonya Granquist Hutchinson - November 17, 2020
Sorry for your loss. Grandma Becky was one of the best and my kids and I will dearly miss her.
~ Amy Lange - November 17, 2020
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