Louise A. Hastings

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Louise A.

Hastings, Louise A.
Of Elkhorn/East Troy found peace at the Aurora Lakeland Medical Center Friday September 20, 2002 at age 65. Born to parents Otto Panzenhagen and Theresia nee Schneider in Mayville, WI. on December 27, 1936. Louise attended school in Milwaukee. On August 29, 1953 She married her husband Bill at the Great Lakes Naval Station in Illinois, and lived in Milwaukee until 1972 when they moved to the Waukesha and Walworth County area. Louise spent her time providing a home for her family. She was a member of the First Congregational Church in Mukwonago, and ?TOPS? in Mukwonago.
Louise is survived by her husband of 49 yrs. Bill, her children: Carl ?Butch? Linda of East Troy, Melodie ?Dee Dee? Moore of East Troy, Christal Lord of Elkhorn, Scott ?Tiger? Kim of Elkhorn & Theresia Tony of Lake Geneva. 18 Grandchildren & 14 Great Grandchildren. A Brother Carl Mary Panzenhagen of Gresham, WI, and Brother in law David Hastings of Dayton, Ohio. 5 nieces and nephews, other relatives and many friends also survive her. She is preceded in death by her parents and 1 Brother Otto Jr.
Visitation will be held Tuesday Sept. 24, 2002 from 4-8 PM and Wednesday from 10 AM until the time of service 11 AM all at the funeral home. Pastor Vicki Fox officiating.

2974 Main St.
East Troy, WI. 53120

Online Register book at www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Melodie Moore De De

My mother, I am going to miss you so very much. And as I drive in my big ole’ truck across 48 states, I’m sure you hear me talk to you. I know you will never leave my side. I feel you with me every day. I know you are with me as I heal from my illness also, and you are probably the one who told that great man above it’s not time for me, and I thank you for that. I want to stay with my family and be there for them as you were here for us. I will never forget the love you had for all of us. You never stoped helping and caring for us. I’ll miss you momma. Love Your Daughter
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Robert Panzenhagen

Simply titled Mom For Butch.

I thank the Lord for making you my mother

For as I grow older I’d wish for no other

I’ve never really taken the time

To let you know I’m glad you’re mine

So from my heart I bring to you

Just how much I really love you

You’re there for my happiness, and when I’m in pain

There when there are losses and when there are gains

Times they change but memories never do

Thank God I’ve got some great ones of you

Like our quiet card games in your room

Or ride in the car under a warm summer moon

The way we would play games & just giggle & giggle

Then laugh even harder when we’d start to jiggle

I know in my heart that you’ve done the best you could

And all in all I’ve turned out pretty good.

I wanted to say this to you while you’re here

To let you know how I hold you quite dear

Though I dread the time when you will be gone

I know you’ll never leave me alone

I do love you Mom and I always will

And when you’re an Angel you’ll be with me still

Love, Bobby

Colleen D. Loebs

I went to school with Theresia and have heard many stories about her mother and father. I loved it when she shared the stories about growing up with her family. May your hearts remember the good times you have spent with your mother and let those last a lifetime. God Bless Colleen D. Loebs

Otto Karl Panzenhagen III

My deepest sympathies to all my cousin’s and to my Favorite funny Uncle Bill. I am or was the last in a legacy Of Otto’s until 12/31/00 when We named my 3rd son Otto IV. WE ALL ARE WHO WE ARE BECAUSE WE WERE LOVED BY THE BEST AUNT EVER LOUISE!

Tina Cipriano


I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you and your family at this time.

My mom passed away in 1989 on September 21 and I was only 32. Losing your mother is a great tragedy.

She is in a better place and at peace.


Tina Cipriano

Amy Hiemstra

I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your mother, Theresia. You are such a good friend of mine and I will be here for you. May you find comfort and peace in the Lord.

Rosemarie Maynard

I have lost a great friend and sister-in-law. I know she is in heaven with her brother
Punk and MA & PA. She has complete peace and no pain, and that is a blessing in itself.

Lee Kummer and Phyllis Nessmann

Dear Bill and Family,
Our deepest sympathy in the loss of Louise — wife, mother, and dear friend. May she now be at peace.
Love, Lee and Phyllis

Ms. Theresia N. R. Hastings

I am everything I am because you loved me. You were the most honorable, loving, and nurturing person in my life. I respect you, I cherish you, and I love you, Mommy. Love Theresia Neta Rae

Jean Nygren-Paszkiet

Bill and children, my deepest sympathies. Words cannot express the sorrow I feel in the loss of Louise. May she be in Peace now, and pain free. My condolences to all of you, much love, Jean

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