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Emma M. Stice

Published April 14,2020

Obituary's Biography:

Emma M. Stice, 89, passed away April 10, 2020.  She was born in Cable, WI on May 16, 1930.  She currently lived in the Carillon Heatherstone Senior Community in Beach Park, IL.  She married her husband William “Bill” Stice in 1947.  She was a loving mother to four children: Richard L. Stice, Laurie (Ron) Kelver, Gary Stice, and Angie (Michael) Dausman.  She adored her 8 grandchildren, Jennifer Stice, Ryan Kelver, Dawn Leppert, Christina Denton, Michael Stice, Kirsten Bartlett, Will and Kaitlin Dausman.  Also her 15 great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband Bill, her son Richard, her grandson Michael, her sisters Lola Lewis and Delores Reinhart and her brothers Bill Richter and Royce Richter.  She was a devoted member of the Wesley Methodist Church in Waukegan, IL.  She loved her church and its members.  She was a devoted animal lover.  Emma also loved to cook, try new recipes, and send her baked goods to neighbors.  At this time services are private and a Celebration of Life will be held later this year.   Any donations may be sent in Emma’s name to Wesley Methodist Church 3601 N. Lewis Ave. Waukegan, IL 60087.  All arrangements were entrusted to Strang Funeral Chapel & Crematorium.  For more information please contact (847)223-8122 or log onto www.strangfuneral.org.

6 replies on “Emma M. Stice”

  1. Our Aunt Emma was beloved by her entire family. She always made us feel so welcome in her home and she was a GREAT cook! We knew she loved us, even our dog Teddy, and we always looked forward to our visits with her. We will miss her so much! Until we see you again Auntie!

  2. I have only known Emma for about 3 years but her sweet and loving spirit were such a blessing to George and I. She will be greatly missed. Rest in peace Emma.

  3. I’m so sorry hearing of the loss of Emma. I met her 17 years ago, and thought she was the nicest person and would make a great Grandma. I’ll bet she was…

  4. My wife and I were fortunate to meet Mrs. Stice through the process of the purchase of her home and at closing. While we did not know her very well I can attest to the fact that she was a very kind woman that anyone would be proud to call “mom” or a friend. I am sure that this lady will be missed and we are grateful that our Lord and Savior has welcomed her into his arms. May God bless the entire Stice family.
    Douglas and Kathy Lombardo

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