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Louanne Serpe (Wald)

Louanne Rosemary Wald

1942 - 2020

Louanne "Rocky" "Lulu" Wald, of Ashland, Wisconsin passed away August 19, 2020.

She was born on December 12, 1942 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The daughter of Louis and Jean Serpe.

Louanne moved to Dallas, Texas for six years and then to Gordon, Wisconsin for 32 years and then lastly to Iron River, Wisconsin.

During her life, Louanne was a Registered Nurse, bartender, average bowler, artist and a long-time member of the St. Croix Writer's Group and the Luna Chicks Group in Solon Springs, Wisconsin.

She is survived by: sons; Randy Lewis (Gwen) Nehls, Ronnie William (Diane) Nehls and Raymond Lee (Patrice) Nehls, seven grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, sister, Laura (Charlie) Askew, an uncle, Ralph Serpe and her long-time travelling best buddies, Anna and Kevin.

Arrangements were entrusted to The Solon Springs Funeral Home. Online condolences may be left for Lulu's family at www.bratley-nelsonchapels.com.


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08/28/20 10:16 AM #1    

Constance Spicero

Louanne was a very kind and fun loving person .... sorry to hear this news


08/28/20 01:59 PM #2    

John Sturino

Have known Louanne since Lincoln Elementary School.  So sorry to read this.  Just hate reading these.  Love all of you.

08/28/20 04:26 PM #3    

Kathleen (Kitty) Wells (Virmani)

 I remember Louanne from Lincoln Elementary.  She seemed to always look happy and so energetic.  I remember playing Red Rover and Louanne running so fast to break through our joined hands.  Sorry we have lost her.  May she rest in peace.  


06/11/24 12:22 PM #4    

Thomas Sorensen

Like a lot of guys at Lincoln and Bradford I was a bit fascinated by Louanne. She and I shared quite a few classes at Lincoln and she sat directly in front of me in 8th grade with a Miss Onco. We never seemed to stop laughing, and she was as much an instigator and coconspiritor as anyone; she would do anything for a laugh. Ken Unwin sat next to me and loved to incite her to trouble, mostly of the laughing or talking type, which seemed a universal trait in those grades. Like Louanne I had no interest in academics, either of us would rather be off socializing someplace than being forced to sit in those inkwell tandem desks. The second most endearing quality of Louanne's, to me, besides her constant laughter, was her fiery nature. Louanne could trade barbs with the best of them but if you crossed over a certain line, which I never did, she could make you pay dearly. I was witness to some of that in the 9th grade and the object of her anger regretted her transgression. It was a fury that i had never witnessed before, and did nothing but increase my respect, and ardor,  for her. Bradford seemed to produce a long line of individuals of distinct and memorable qualities.





06/12/24 02:41 PM #5    

Henry Hartnek

Sorry to hear of yet another classmate's passing. My sincere condolences to her family. May she rest in peace.

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