Dawn Bartel (Mueller), age 81, of Menasha, passed away on July 23rd, 2021. Dawn was born in Neenah, WI to Raymond and Viola Mueller on January 3rd, 1940. She graduated from Neenah High School. She married Byron Bartel on May 12th, 1979, in Appleton, WI. She retired from Theda Clark Regional Medical Center, working there for 20+ years. She was engaged heavily at St, Timothy Lutheran Church in Menasha, volunteered for Hospice, and very involved in all aspects of her family’s life.
Dawn is survived by her husband Byron, daughter Vicki (Jeff) Moran, son Doug (Helen) Brammer, son Shawn (Shannon) Vanderlois; grandchildren Travis, Kelly Jo (Devin), Danyelle, Alexis (Kyle), Holly, Jordan, and great-grand daughter Remi Jo; brothers David (Pat) Mueller and Kim (Jeanne) Gendron, mother-in-law Germaine, and sister-in-law Carol (Hugh) Sloan. Dawn is further survived by many nieces, nephews, and grand nieces and nephews.
Dawn is preceded in death by her Parents, sister Darlene, daughter Shelly, father-in-law Arden, and brother-in-law Gary.
The family of Dawn wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the many Doctors, nurses, hospice staff, neighbors, and friends as well as a special thanks to her niece Stacie for all she has done.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday July 29, 2021, at 7:00 PM, at Wichmann Laemmrich Funeral Home, 312 Milwaukee Street, Menasha with Pastor David Skarsten of St. Timothy Lutheran Church officiating. Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 4:00 PM until the time of services. Private interment at Resthaven Cemetery.
As a Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Sister and Aunt there was no one better. Her whole life revolved around her family, and she would do anything for them. When God decided that she was needed, He knew it would leave a huge hole in the lives of everyone she touched. Even though she’ll be missed, we know that she will never stop looking over and worrying about all she loves. All she ever wanted was to make sure her loved ones were taken care of, even if it meant going without. She would light up a room with her smile and her unforgettable laugh. She was a huge fan of the Packers and the Badgers and loved being with her family to cheer them on. She has done so much for so many people and will truly be missed every day. But with saying that, she knows, that she will be LOVED FOREVER.