Christine Weber Stilling is the daughter-in-law of Harold Stilling
"Christine was born on July 20, 1950, the daughter of Lyman and Dolly (Stroebel) Martin. Chris attended Flanagan Country School through the 6th grade. She graduated from Lake Mills High School in 1968 and from The University of Wisconsin-Stout in 1972, and did her graduate work at UW-Whitewater. In 1970, she began her teaching career in the Lake Mills summer school program and continued to do so for 25 years. She taught kindergarten her first year in Sun Prairie and then taught Special Education at LMHS, from where she retired in 2011, after 39 years. She truly loved her vocation. Her colleagues that surrounded her were a second family. Students were the heart and soul of her career. Chris had currently been in contact with many of the hundreds of students whose lives she touched over the years. Chris met Harry [Stilling] in the spring of 1973. They were married on her family farm August 10, 1974. They lived on his family farm, a few miles away. Chris’s real joy of her life was her family. She loved living on the farm and raising their two sons, Bill and Bob. All the chores, fieldwork, cow shows, and sales were a joy for her to watch. Bill and Bob at Harry’s side as they grew, was the best part of her life. Although her retirement was short, it was very fulfilling. She enjoyed helping Bill and Kristen run the farm with Harry. And now watching her grandchildren, Justin, Adie, and Emmett grow up on the farm. Her and Harry enjoyed traveling to watch Bob at his work with NBC Sports/Golf Channel. Chris was overjoyed with the birth of Elin Christine, Bob and Megan’s first child. In her free time, she enjoyed gardening with her mother, Dolly, swimming, sailing, and watching PJ’s Home Talent Games and the Brewers. Chris was a member of the Lake Mills Moravian Church and Lake Ripley Country Club." Source: Lake Mills Leader, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
Find A Grave: Memorial #132588921 Christine D Stilling
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