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Marianne K. Lefebvre

Jul 24, 1945 - Dec 19, 2021


Holding the hands of her children and oldest granddaughter, Marianne Lefebvre, age 76, passed into eternal life at Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice on Sunday, December 19, 2021.
Marianne was born to Bernard and Mercedes (Stobbe) Lefebvre on July 24, 1945 in Green Bay. She graduated from Green Bay Preble High School and earned her bachelor’s degree from UW-Oshkosh in Education. After college, Marianne taught 2nd Grade at Mapledale Elementary School in Sheboygan until she left to become a dedicated mother to her two children.
After serving for years as a Room Mother and Den Mother in Cub Scouts, the time came again for Marianne to re-enter the workforce. Marianne went to work as a clerk in the US Post Office in Sheboygan. After retirement, she enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren.
Marianne was gifted in the art of needlework, was an avid book reader and accomplished bowler, and shared a deep love for preserving the earth for future generations. She especially enjoyed doing puzzles and looked forward to her monthly Skip Bo face-offs with her granddaughter Kayla.
Last, but not least, Marianne was an avid gamer. She enjoyed playing challenging video games with her grandchildren. At times, they lovingly referred to her as Guitar Hero Grandma!
Marianne is survived by her children: Andrew (Shelley) Fink and Erica Fink (Efren Cruz); grandchildren: Kayla, Andres, Ashley, Caleb, Daniel, Isaac, & Jabez; sister Kathy (Jim) Miller and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents and sisters: Carolyn Rentmeester and Susan Meyer; and former husband William Fink.
Marianne attended the First Church of Christ, Scientist in Sheboygan. In accordance with her wishes there will be no funeral service.
Our family would like to express our profound appreciation and gratitude to the staff of Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice. Both our family and our mother were treated with the love and compassion that allowed our mother to pass with her dignity.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you would consider making a donation to Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice.



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Beth Sorge

I am shocked and sorry to hear of Marianne's passing. We exchanged a lot of Stobbe genealogy over the years but never got to meet in person. We just corresponded in late October when she told me of her sisters' deaths and her plans to reorganize her family history files after Christmas. My condolences to Andrew, Erica and all the family. Beth Sorge Milton, WI

Doug Stobbe

May my cousin Marianne rest in peace !