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In Memory of

Rosemary Flueckiger

September 4, 1934 - November 20, 2016

Obituary


Rosemary Flueckiger was born September 4, 1934 to Jacob Strackbein and Catherine (nee Cermack) in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. She passed from this life unexpectedly on Sunday evening November 20th at 6:55pm. She was enjoying dinner with her friends.

Rosemary was the oldest of 5 sisters. She grew up in the city where she enjoyed ice skating in the winter and roller skating during the summer. As a child she had rheumatic fever. At the time doctors told her that she would never live past 55 and would be wheel chair bound most of her...

Rosemary Flueckiger was born September 4, 1934 to Jacob Strackbein and Catherine (nee Cermack) in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. She passed from this life unexpectedly on Sunday evening November 20th at 6:55pm. She was enjoying dinner with her friends.

Rosemary was the oldest of 5 sisters. She grew up in the city where she enjoyed ice skating in the winter and roller skating during the summer. As a child she had rheumatic fever. At the time doctors told her that she would never live past 55 and would be wheel chair bound most of her adult life. She exceeded everyone's expectations. She was 82 when she died.

She graduated high school in Menomonie Falls. After school, she went to work at Prudential Life Insurance Company. She met Noah Flueckiger while he was a college student at Milwaukee School of Engineering. They married on 31 August 1957. Noah and Rosemary were married for 53 years before Noah lost his battle to cancer in 2010. Together, they raised four children; Chris, Debbie, Diana and Denise.

Rosemary enjoyed traveling. During their married life, they lived in 7 different states in the US and visited almost all 50 states. They took opportunities to travel to many countries around the world both for pleasure and on missions. In 1996, Rosemary and Noah moved to Sun City. In 2013, Rosemary moved to Amethyst Gardens.

Rosemary was active. She belonged to the Red Hot Clowns troupe in Sun City where she loved to perform as 'Cupcake'. She was active on the Amethyst resident board where she had an opportunity to help people. She enjoyed crafts of all types including glass, quilting, sewing, cross stich, painting, ceramics,
flower arranging. She was active in her church serving in many areas her entire life. Rosemary liked to meet new people and make them feel welcome.

Rosemary is survived by her four sisters; Carol, Louise, Barbara and Maryann, four children, 8 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren and many friends worldwide.

Memorial gifts may be given to Samaratin's purse at:
https://www.samaritanspurse.org/our-ministry/donate-online/

Memorial cards can be emailed to: dflueck2@yahoo.com or mailed to

Deborah Wilmot
12781 Claridon Troy Road
Chardon, OH 44024