Louise Pritchard

Oct. 15, 1913 - Nov. 15, 2006

Louise Pritchard, 93, was called to her eternal home by her lord and savior Jesus Christ on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2006, at Hope Health and Rehab Center in Lomira. She was born in Osceola, Neb., to Arthur and Tonie (nee Kletke) Johnson on Oct. 15, 1913.

At age 6, she moved to South Dakota, and in 1942, she relocated to Waukesha and moved again in 1995 to Fond du Lac. On April 12, 1943, she married Hayden Pritchard in Baraboo. He preceded her in death Oct. 12, 1979. She was a member of the Waukesha Bible Church for 38 years. She was active as a Sunday school teacher and helped with missionary fellowship. From 1965 to 1969 she was employed at McCoys Department Store.

She was loved and will be sadly missed by her loving daughter, Linda (Eugene) Stimac of Oakfield. She was the proud grandmother of Jessica (Michael) Born of Lomira and Laura Stimac of Wauwatosa; sweet great-grandmother of Emily Rose Born; and the dear sister of William (Vivian) Johnson of Pierre, S.D. She is also survived by her nieces, Paula (Jack) McGee of Ohio, Susan (Tom) Armbruster of Minnesota and Pamela (Don) Templeton of South Dakota; nephews, Rodney (Joyce) Johnson of Iowa, Terry Johnson of Nebraska and Jeffrey (Dona Mae) Johnson of South Dakota; and other relatives and friends.

In addition to her parents and her husband, Hayden, she was preceded in death by three brothers, Walter, Victor and Paul Johnson, and an infant sister.

Visitation will be held from 4 p.m. until the 7 p.m. funeral service Monday, Nov. 20, at Randle-Dable Funeral Home, 1110 S. Grand Ave., Waukesha. Private interment will take place at Bethel Cemetery in Ixonia.

If desired, memorials to Waukesha Bible Church, Calvary Bible Church-Fond du Lac or Heartland Hospice-West Bend are appreciated.

Randle-Dable Funeral Home is serving the family. For more information, call 547-4035 or visit www.randledable.com to view the online obituary, order flowers, leave an online tribute or receive directions.

Louise was immensely devoted to her family. She enjoyed sewing, cooking, baking, gardening, and most of all, spiritually guiding her family. Teaching Sunday school was her greatest joy in serving her Lord. She also did much "behind the scenes" service to friends and neighbors. Thanks Mom for the fine example of a Christian life.

Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised. - Proverbs 31:30