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Ann Arden

Flemming, Ann Arden
Nee Metz Called home to the Lord peacefully at home on December 28, 2010 Age 80. Beloved wife of Leonard ?Bud?. Dear mother of Tracey Larry Schutz, Beth John Schroeder and Mark Lori Flemming. Loving grandmother of Augie, Anne, Ellie, Jack, Jed and Meg. Sister in law of Donna and Wally Johnson. Further survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

A Memorial service will be held Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2011, 11:30 AM at the FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL. Visitation will be held on Tuesday at the funeral home from 10 AM until the time of Service 11:30 AM.

Heritage Funeral Homes
New Berlin Chapel
16880 W National 262-901-1140
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Past Comments

Manda Stack

Dear Tracey, Larry, Augie and all of Arden’s family,
We prayed for you all on Sunday at Raymond Community Church as you mourn her passing. We are sorry for your loss, and are holding you in prayer, especially today as you celebrate her life on January 4. May God’s love surround you and bring you comfort.

Rev. Manda Stack
Raymond Community Church, UCC

Paul and Misa Scholl

Dear Bud and Family,
You were our neighbors on 91st Street for probably 10 years. And we developed a great friendship. We grieve with you in your loss.
We regret not being able to see you at the service; we will be there in spirit.

Esther Heaney Mand

To the family of Arden Flemming;

My thoughts & prayers are with you during this difficult time. I have fond memories of Arden as a classmate of mine from St. Mary’s Springs Academy. We had a good visit at our last class reunion in 2009.

May the love & support of family & friends help to give you some comfort & peace.

With sincerest sympathy,
Esther Heaney Mand

Ginny and Bob Eichelman

Arden was a dear friend to us for the last 10+ years both at Lighthouse Bay and after we moved to Rapallo, not far away. We also enjoyed getting together with Bud and Arden up at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin every summer for our “quick fix” with them away from Florida. Oh! How we will miss that feisty sense of humor, her jokes, bridge games, lunches and dinners which we enjoyed so much. Laughter was always with us. We so looked forward to Bud’s occasional trips down to LHB and watching him fish fromacross the lake. His stories and gifts of flashlights were a highlight of our visits. We will sorely miss our dear friend, but we know she is at peace and no longer suffering in the hands of Our Lord.

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