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Valeria Sutter obituary (2021) Madison.com

Sutter, Valeria Ann (Wist)

Mount Horeb – Valeria Ann (Waist) Sutter, 83, died peacefully at the family farm surrounded by family on Thursday, November 4, 2021. He was born on October 22, 1938, in Perry’s Township to Raymond and Marcella. Hag) Vist. She united in marriage to Edward Sutter on May 30, 1958, at Holy Redeemer (Perry) Catholic Church.

Valeria grew up on a dairy farm along with her eight siblings. He attended Spring Valley School and graduated from Mount Horeb High School in 1956.

Valeria the Holy Redeemer (Perry) was a life member of the Catholic Church. He said, “God has deeply ingrained the Holy Savior in my veins and will always be.”

While Ed and Valeria raised their four children on the family farm, Valeria would clean houses and work on the farm. In the summer his job was always to drive a tractor baling hay.

He had a wonderful green thumb, and he always had large gardens with beautiful flowers. She knew the names of many scientific flowers and enjoyed raising hybrid irises and daylilies. Valeria was given an honorary membership of the Mounds View Garden Club in 2020 for her 36 years of membership and work. She shares her gardening knowledge as well as the variety of plants for her annual spring sale. Valeria won numerous awards for her creative flower arrangements at District Garden Club shows, conventions, and the annual Garden Expo. Agriculture and the family farm have kept her involved in AMPI, Farmers Association, The Grange, Wisconsin Women for Agriculture, Homemakers, Red Haters, Daylily, and the Iris Society.

Valeria was a strong woman of faith. He helped start the School of Religion program. She was the director and for many years taught the schools of religion at Holy Redeemer and St. Ignatius. Valeria decorated the church with flowers and plants from her garden for the weekly Sunday Mass. Valeria created many bouquets for weddings, holidays and other celebrations or just for the dinner table.

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Valeria is survived by her husband of 63 years, Edward; their children, Sharon (Dave), Michelle (Mary Kay), Brenda (Robert) and Beth (Patrick); Nine grandchildren, Matthew (fiancee, Taylor), Marcus (Stephanie), Courtney (Justin), Shawn (Megan), Sarah, Rebecca (fiancé, Ryan), Jessica (Kevin), Brian (Carsisa), and Andrew (fiancé, Lisa) ) ); and 10 great-grandchildren. Valeria is also survived by her siblings, Marcie Schoep, Janice Gladem, Jerry (Ann) Wiest, Venita (John) Cleary, Darlene (Dennis) Cleary, Jean (Mike) Ryan, Linda Sequist and Kathy (Terry) Kurth; and sister-in-law, Edna Candor, Karen Sutter and Diane Sutter.

Valeria is reunited in heaven with many loved ones, her parents; Mother-in-law- and father-in-law, Edmund and Apollina Sutter; a grandson, Eric Sutter; Brother-in-law, Richard Candor, George Shiro, Willam Melor, Clarence Sutter, Kendall Gladem and Donald Schoepp; and sister-in-law, Lorraine Melor and Bernice Shiro.

A Christian burial mass will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2021 at 10 a.m. at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, 10070 Spring Valley Road, Mount Horeb, with Father Chaham Gahung and Father Perry McDonald presiding. The funeral will be held in the church cemetery. Gunderson Camacho Mount Horeb Funeral and Cremation Care, 500 N. The meeting will take place on Friday, November 12, 2021, at Eighth St., Mount Horeb, from 3 pm to 7 pm and in the church from 9 a.m. to service time. on Saturday.

The family would like to thank the wonderful home caregivers, Lisa Mahoney, Flo Kelly and the wonderful Agres Hospicare team for their love and support. Condolences online can be made at www.gundersonfh.com.

Gunderson Camacho Mount Horebo

Funeral and Cremation Care

500 n. Eighth St.

(608) 437-5077

Published by Madison.com on November 7, 2021.

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