Marion Schultz (nee Rammer)

June 15, 1929 - March 7, 2008

Marion Schultz (nee Rammer), 78, of 1212D Reed St., Plymouth, entered eternal life surrounded by the love of her family late Friday evening, March 7, 2008, at the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice Center, Sheboygan Falls.

Marion was born on the Rammer Family Homestead in the town of Wilson on June 15, 1929, a daughter of the late Leonard and Cora Buschmann Rammer. She attended Erdmann Grade School and was a 1947 graduate of Sheboygan Central High School.

On Aug. 6, 1949, Marion married Wilbert "Bill" Schultz in Sheboygan. She has resided in Plymouth since 1951. Marion was a waitress for more than 37 years at Millerís Guest House, Plymouth, retiring from there in 1991. She also worked for the Plyco Corp., Elkhart Lake, from 1979 until her retirement in 1996.

She was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Plymouth, and was actively involved with the churchís Christian Women Society, serving many funeral dinners throughout the years. Marion was a Bluebird & Campfire Girlsí group leader for many years. Since her retirement, she volunteered at St. Vincent de Paul Store, Plymouth. She was also involved as a volunteer for other charitable organizations throughout her life.

By far, Marionís greatest joy was sharing time with her family, whether it be a holiday event, a birthday celebration, a basketball game or a special outing with her children. Being a good cook, gatherings with family and friends were often centered on her joy of preparing food. Other hobbies included gardening, playing cards, taking trips up north, attending senior gatherings with her Qui Qu Oc friends, supporting both her sonsí basketball coaching careers, which are currently at Carroll College and Sheboygan South High School.

Marion got great joy from the many hours she spent at her childrenís and grandchildrenís sporting events. She was an avid fan of Wisconsin sports.

Survivors include her children, Kathy Kaufmann of Milwaukee, Debbie (Gerry) Preder of Plymouth, Colleen "Kelli" Struve (fiance Joe Entringer) of Plymouth, Gina (Jeff) Versch of Plymouth, David (Janet) Schultz of Waukesha and Tim (Vicki) Schultz of Plymouth; her grandchildren, Chad Kaufmann, Amber (Ed) Deiro, Amanda (Matt) Cain, Ellison (Travis) Capelle, Trina (Nic) Meinnert, Nathan (Stephanie) Struve, Kellen Struve (special friend Mary Mendez), Natalie (Eric) Steltenpohl, Eric (Lauren) Versch, Paul Versch (special friend Jenna Wolfenberg), Maggie and Lauren Schultz, Tanner and Kayden Schultz; great-great-grandchildren, Lucy Deiro, Isabella and Julia Cain, Lydia and Hope Capelle, Ian Struve and Braylon Struve; beloved "little" sister, Lorraine Lemahieu of Sheboygan; and Ray (Delores) Rammer of Sheboygan. Marion is further survived by her sisters by marriage, Jean Schultz of Plymouth and Vera Schultz of Tuscon, Ariz.; her best friend from childhood, Doris (Ralph) Backes of Sheboygan Falls; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Vernon Rammer and his wife, Carol; brother-in-law, Marvin LeMahueu; and nephew, Barry Rammer.

A Mass of Christian burial will be held at noon Thursday, March 13, at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Plymouth. The Very Rev. Dennis Van Beek, pastor of the church, will officiate. Cremation will follow the services.

Friends may call at the Suchon Funeral Home, Plymouth, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, from 4:00-8:00 P.M. and at the church from 10:30 a.m. until the noon funeral service Thursday, March 13.

In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate memorials be directed to the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice.

The Suchon Funeral Home of Plymouth is serving her family. For online condolences, please visit

The family wishes to acknowledge the efforts of the doctors and the ICU staffs of Columbia St. Maryís and St. Nicholas hospitals for the care given to their mother following her heart surgery. The family also wishes to extend their love and gratitude to the nurses and staff at the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice.

"They are angels on earth and will forever be remembered for the extraordinary care provided to our mother and our family."