We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Eberhardt-Stevenson Funeral Home - Clintonville
Dorothy M. Suehring, age 89 of Clintonville passed away Wednesday morning July 21, 2021 at Aster Assisted Living in Clintonville.
Dorothy was born on April 12, 1932 in Clintonville as the daughter of the late Adolph and Adela (Rindt) Kuschel. She graduated from Clintonville High School in 1950 and as a young woman worked at the FWD Seagrave in town. On February 15, 1959 Dorothy was united in marriage to Kenneth Suehring at the St. Martin Lutheran Church where they were still current members. Over the years, Dorothy enjoyed volunteering her time in the St. Martin School Library and also worked in the concession stands during basketball games. She looked forward to trips with Kenneth to the Rural Letter Carrier’s Convention and traveling out west with her family when her children were young. Dorothy was an excellent homemaker and enjoyed watching Judge Judy on t.v. She took the occasional trip to the local casino and spent some of her free time sewing and knitting items for friends and family.
Survivors include: Her Husband Kenneth.
Children: Kathie Graham, Tracie (Rob) Johnson, and Todd Suehring.
Grandchildren: Jennifer Graham, Kaitlyn (Matt) Jacobs, Michael Graham, Ryan Graham, Perri (James) Vasko, Kennedy Johnson, and Evan Suehring.
Sister-in-law: Geraldine (Friend George Carter) Kuschel.
Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents, a son-in-law Mike Graham, her brother Rueben Kuschel, and sisters LaVerne (Don) Ulrich & Leona (Lloyd) Gould.
Dorothy’s funeral service will be held Monday, July 26, 2021 at 11 AM at the Eberhardt-Stevenson Funeral Home & Crematory in Clintonville with Rev. Brian Weber officiating. Interment will take place following the service at the St. Martin Lutheran Church Cemetery in the Town of Larrabee, Waupaca County. Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Monday from 10 AM until the time of the service.
Dorothy’s family would like to thank the staff at Aster Assisted Living, ThedaCare at Home Hospice, and Rev. Brian Weber for all of their support and care over the past few weeks.