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Jacquline Elizabeth Anger

March 4, 1938 May 10, 2020
Jacquline Elizabeth Anger
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Jacquline Elizabeth Anger (1938 - 2020) (wife of Terry John Anger) Daughter of John Gaylord and Elizabeth Vivian Anderson – deceased. Born March 4, 1938 in Massachusetts and moved to Wisconsin with her mother, where she lived in many cities from Three Lakes, WI to Mosinee, WI. She has three sons: Randal Hembd – deceased; Bryon Hembd Sr., LaCross, WI; Eric Stiefel – R.M.S., CA. She has three daughters: Raanna Stiefel – CA; Tamira (Stiefel) Captain – Appleton, WI; Lorali (Stiefel) Hill – Hamburg, WI. She endured three marriages and was gifted with many grand-children and great-grand-children.

 She is a graduate of Nicole College, Rhinelander in Business Marketing; became a Foster-Care Mother for children with special needs, (where she cared for Children too numerous to mention) and adopted a few as her own because of her love for children. She also loved animals, nature, the arts, and Christian work. She put her hand at farming, business,education and raising a family. She was a gifted talker (full of stories and humor.) She was kind at heart, willing to help anyone in need. She was an avid church attender, prayed unselfishly for all, devoted to Bible learning. She was also a world traveler and spoke three different languages. All her pictures of her would reveal a classic pose, a radiant smile, or holding someones child or animal in her arms. Her love of babies was a standard “Let me take it home with me.”

Her spiritual journey began at 1:50 PM, Mother’s Day, May 11, 2020 from a major stroke and a massive brain hemorrhage. I have listened to many that knew her and this is what I heard. “She was a classy lady; Always said what was on her mind in truth; Willing to help anyone; Caring and compassionate; Lived life to the fullest; Proud of her heritage; Had a story for everything and everybody; Funny and humorous; Hard working; One that wouldn’t take any “Sass”; Had a sharp mind and doesn’t forget anything; I knew her as a dare devil and sometimes a bit of a stinker; Was proud of her flowers and gardening; Knew how to laugh and have fun; Was like a mother to me and would always be there when I needed a talking; Vibrant and even if she was in emotional or physical didn’t show it. Out-going and adventurous; Always made me laugh and feel loved; I could confide in her and she would help me with my deepest fears; She was comforting and genuine; Fearless; She has a way to make you laugh and feel that things were ‘OK’; I could call on her anytime and she would always take time for me; She sure knew her scriptures; I wish I knew her better and could spend more time with her because she is so fascinating; Boy, did she have a life, and the stories she could tell; What an amazing woman of many talents.” The list goes on, about how she touched everyone that she came into contact with. I would say, as her husband, “she was a living legend, a complimentary to my being, a lover, a teacher, a nurse, a wife; she was the part that made us whole – the yin to my yang, the up to my down, the in to my out, the salt to my pepper, the stop to my go. She was the answer to my question; the filling to my dough-nut and the emptiness to my life. She was my partner, my confidant, my support. She was the Love of my life.”

She will be missed, but never forgotten. She has taken the hand of the Lord and walked that narrow path through the gates of her new home to continue serving the One she loved more than I. May her voice be heard in the heavenly choir as she continues to praise our Lord through eternity and awaits her brothers and sisters arrival into that eternal home. God Bless and Keep. Amen.

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