Milly Arrowood, 19392011 (aged 72 years)

Name
Milly /Arrowood/
Given names
Milly
Surname prefix
Arrowood
Also known as
Milly /Rauhut/
Birth
Address: Lily
Occupation
nanny,
Death of a husband
Death of a sister
before 2011 (aged 71 years)
Death of a father
Death of a mother
Death
Note: Millie Rauhut, of Deerbrook, died Friday, December 23, 2011 at Langlade Memorial Hospital under the care of her family and the hospital staff. She was 72 years old. She was born on September 13, 1939 in Lily, a daughter of the late Preston and Elva (Lambert) Arrowood.

Millie Rauhut, of Deerbrook, died Friday, December 23, 2011 at Langlade Memorial Hospital under the care of her family and the hospital staff. She was 72 years old. She was born on September 13, 1939 in Lily, a daughter of the late Preston and Elva (Lambert) Arrowood.

After growing up in Lily, at the age of 18 she moved to Milwaukee to nanny for five children. Later she moved to Chicago, Ill where she met and married her husband of 43 years, Howard Rauhut Jr., on December 31, 1960. He preceded her in death in 2003.

While in Chicago Millie worked at Fideltone Phonograph and the Chicago School District until she had her first child. In 1967 the couple moved to Deerbrook to start dairy farming, during the week she tended to the farm while her husband commuted back and forth to Chicago finishing his police career. While her children were young she was a hardworking stay at home mother. She also worked at Polar Manufacturing and Nortec.

In 1988 she went back to full-time work as a loving certified nursing assistant at Pine Crest Nursing Home in Merrill, retiring in 2009. She loved to dance, especially the jitter-bug. She also wrote beautiful songs and touching poetry. She had a "green thumb" creating beautiful flower beds and vegetable gardens using the harvest to prepare all home cooked meals for her family. She was known for her apple pies and Italian beef. She especially loved Christmas time, baking, decorating and spending it with her beloved family.

Survivors include her five children, James (Kathleen) Rauhut, Fond du Lac; Gary (Sharon) Rauhut, Antigo; Darcie (Larry) Houdek, Deerbook; Joe Rauhut (Patti Kittel), Deerbrook and Heidi Rauhut, Antigo; ten grandchildren, Ashley, Kassie and Cody Rauhut, Kayla and Kendra Rauhut, Lindsey, Brandon and Molly Houdek, Kyle, Tyler and Caleb Rauhut; three step grandchildren, Josh and John Hurst and Brittany Schultz; and 6 great grandchildren.

She is further survived by a sister Bernice (Darrrell) Wilke; a brother, James (Norma) Arrowood; three half sisters; and one half brother.

In addition to her parents and husband she was preceded in death by a sister, Mary Jane Tackett.

In keeping with her final wishes a private visitation took place and a memorial service will be held in the Spring. In lieu of flowers, a memorial will be established.

Millie was a loving wife, mother and grandmother and will be forever deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

Family with parents
father
mother
herself
19392011
Birth: September 13, 1939
Occupation: nanny,
Death: December 23, 2011Langlade Memorial Hospital, Langlade, Wisconsin
sister
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brother
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sister
Family with Howard Rauhut
husband
19342003
Birth: December 30, 1934 22 19 Illinois, USA
Death: January 30, 2003Deerbrook, Langlade, Wisconsin
herself
19392011
Birth: September 13, 1939
Occupation: nanny,
Death: December 23, 2011Langlade Memorial Hospital, Langlade, Wisconsin
son
Private
son
Private
daughter
Private
son
Private
daughter
Private
Death

Millie Rauhut, of Deerbrook, died Friday, December 23, 2011 at Langlade Memorial Hospital under the care of her family and the hospital staff. She was 72 years old. She was born on September 13, 1939 in Lily, a daughter of the late Preston and Elva (Lambert) Arrowood.

After growing up in Lily, at the age of 18 she moved to Milwaukee to nanny for five children. Later she moved to Chicago, Ill where she met and married her husband of 43 years, Howard Rauhut Jr., on December 31, 1960. He preceded her in death in 2003.

While in Chicago Millie worked at Fideltone Phonograph and the Chicago School District until she had her first child. In 1967 the couple moved to Deerbrook to start dairy farming, during the week she tended to the farm while her husband commuted back and forth to Chicago finishing his police career. While her children were young she was a hardworking stay at home mother. She also worked at Polar Manufacturing and Nortec.

In 1988 she went back to full-time work as a loving certified nursing assistant at Pine Crest Nursing Home in Merrill, retiring in 2009. She loved to dance, especially the jitter-bug. She also wrote beautiful songs and touching poetry. She had a "green thumb" creating beautiful flower beds and vegetable gardens using the harvest to prepare all home cooked meals for her family. She was known for her apple pies and Italian beef. She especially loved Christmas time, baking, decorating and spending it with her beloved family.

Survivors include her five children, James (Kathleen) Rauhut, Fond du Lac; Gary (Sharon) Rauhut, Antigo; Darcie (Larry) Houdek, Deerbook; Joe Rauhut (Patti Kittel), Deerbrook and Heidi Rauhut, Antigo; ten grandchildren, Ashley, Kassie and Cody Rauhut, Kayla and Kendra Rauhut, Lindsey, Brandon and Molly Houdek, Kyle, Tyler and Caleb Rauhut; three step grandchildren, Josh and John Hurst and Brittany Schultz; and 6 great grandchildren.

She is further survived by a sister Bernice (Darrrell) Wilke; a brother, James (Norma) Arrowood; three half sisters; and one half brother.

In addition to her parents and husband she was preceded in death by a sister, Mary Jane Tackett.

In keeping with her final wishes a private visitation took place and a memorial service will be held in the Spring. In lieu of flowers, a memorial will be established.

Millie was a loving wife, mother and grandmother and will be forever deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

Note

Millie Rauhut, of Deerbrook, died Friday, December 23, 2011 at Langlade Memorial Hospital under the care of her family and the hospital staff. She was 72 years old. She was born on September 13, 1939 in Lily, a daughter of the late Preston and Elva (Lambert) Arrowood.

After growing up in Lily, at the age of 18 she moved to Milwaukee to nanny for five children. Later she moved to Chicago, Ill where she met and married her husband of 43 years, Howard Rauhut Jr., on December 31, 1960. He preceded her in death in 2003.

While in Chicago Millie worked at Fideltone Phonograph and the Chicago School District until she had her first child. In 1967 the couple moved to Deerbrook to start dairy farming, during the week she tended to the farm while her husband commuted back and forth to Chicago finishing his police career. While her children were young she was a hardworking stay at home mother. She also worked at Polar Manufacturing and Nortec.

In 1988 she went back to full-time work as a loving certified nursing assistant at Pine Crest Nursing Home in Merrill, retiring in 2009. She loved to dance, especially the jitter-bug. She also wrote beautiful songs and touching poetry. She had a "green thumb" creating beautiful flower beds and vegetable gardens using the harvest to prepare all home cooked meals for her family. She was known for her apple pies and Italian beef. She especially loved Christmas time, baking, decorating and spending it with her beloved family.

Survivors include her five children, James (Kathleen) Rauhut, Fond du Lac; Gary (Sharon) Rauhut, Antigo; Darcie (Larry) Houdek, Deerbook; Joe Rauhut (Patti Kittel), Deerbrook and Heidi Rauhut, Antigo; ten grandchildren, Ashley, Kassie and Cody Rauhut, Kayla and Kendra Rauhut, Lindsey, Brandon and Molly Houdek, Kyle, Tyler and Caleb Rauhut; three step grandchildren, Josh and John Hurst and Brittany Schultz; and 6 great grandchildren.

She is further survived by a sister Bernice (Darrrell) Wilke; a brother, James (Norma) Arrowood; three half sisters; and one half brother.

In addition to her parents and husband she was preceded in death by a sister, Mary Jane Tackett.

In keeping with her final wishes a private visitation took place and a memorial service will be held in the Spring. In lieu of flowers, a memorial will be established.

Millie was a loving wife, mother and grandmother and will be forever deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

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