Luverne M. Palmersheim

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Luverne M.

Palmersheim, Luverne M., “The Egg Lady”
(nee Pauers) was born to Eternal Life on Thursday, August 28th, 2014. She was surrounded by her family as she passed away from natural causes.
Luverne was born to the late George and Alma (nee Mahn) Pauers on July 26th, 1927 on the Milwaukee/Racine county line. She is survived by her husband of 67 years, Allen Palmersheim. She was loving mother to Janice (the late Richard) Vollmer, Marilyn (Lawrence) Beier, David (Rose) Palmersheim, Diane (Gerald) Brunner, Karen (Rand) Palmersheim-Jardanowski.
Luverne was also a proud grandmother of Eugene Haig and Matthew (Paula) Haig, and James, Dennis, Cheryl, Jennifer, and Joseph Vollmer. She was a dear sister to George (the late Geraldine) Pauers and Lucille (Raymond) Young. She is also survived by nephews, other relatives, friends, and her canine companion Tasha.
Luverne was a long time resident of Raymond, Wisconsin, where she and her family worked on their poultry and vegetable farm for more than a half-century. She was known to hundreds of customers at the West Allis Farmer’s Market as “the egg lady” and “the chicken lady”. Luverne loved people, enjoyed baking, and was an avid gardener. She was an active member of Whitnall Park Lutheran Church, where she taught Sunday School for 30 years. She will be missed by all.
Visitation at the funeral home on Tuesday, September 2nd, from 4-7pm, and continued on Wednesday, September 3rd, from 12PM-1PM at WHITNALL PARK LUTHERAN CHURCH, 5847 S. Lilac Lane Hales Corners, followed by funeral service at 1PM.

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jesseca c.

The loss of a loved one can be difficult to bare. Please accept my sincere condolences and sympathy. Please know that Jehovah God knows your pain and promises to “wipe every tear” from our eyes and would eliminate death. (Revelation 21:3,4.) Please visit
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Jeff Dietz

Dear Allen,
Ann’s Italian Restaurant wish to send our
Deepest Sympatahy to you and your

Cheryl Young

Our deepest sympathy and prayers. May God walk you through this difficult time in your lives. We will miss Aunt Luverne’s love, hugs, smiles, and delicious baking. We shared lots of great times and lots of laughs. God’s Blessings, Phil, Cheryl, Sarah, & David Young and Cheryl’s mother, Carol.

Jim and Annie Kalb

Marilyn and Larry,
This has been a very difficult time for you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We send our deepest sympathies.
Jim and Annie

Shirley & Bob Mai

We are so sorry to hear of Luverne’s passing. I remember she seemed to always
be so energetic and upbeat, never seeming to age. I am sorry we didn’t get to
see them the last few years. We usually tried to meet with them when we came
to Milwaukee, but we haven’t stayed there in a few years. I also remember staying
with them at Christmas time when I was very little; my folks were putting up our
Christmas tree and being Santa at home during Christmas Eve day. I was always
intrigued with her mangle; I think it was the only one I ever saw. I am glad her
severe illness was short-lived so she was able to move on to a better place for
now and ever after. God Bless You All, Shirley & Bob Mai

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