Wendy Lee Westoff, 54, of Marinette, Wis., passed away at Aurora St. Lukes Medical Center, Milwaukee, Wis., on Monday, October 14, 2013. Wendy was born on September 21, 1959, in Menominee, Mich. to Robert and Marilyn (Sandberg) Westoff.
Wendy worked at KSU in Marinette for over 29 years. She loved her family, friends, camping, and crocheting. She also loved reading her books, as well as keeping up with the news and current events! Wendy loved going to the family's camp in Devil's Creek and watching the Green Bay Packers.
Wendy is survived by her father, Robert Westoff; sisters: Connie (Gary) Betzinger, Linda (Jeff) Sieminski, Tina (Steve) Fifarek and Lisa (Steve) Pohl, and like a sister, Wendy (Tom) Johnson. She is further survived by her loving nieces and nephews: Stacy (Kevin) Zelm, Angie (Craig) Chevalier, Sam (Gwen) Sieminski, Bob (Georgina) Fifarek, Amanda (Brian Lequia) Fifarek, Jamie (Nathan Buelteman) Fifarek, Shawn (Amanda LaGassie) Henry, Sara (Derek Schmidt) Walander. She is further survived by her great-nieces and nephews: Payton Zelm, Allison Zelm, Tanner Chevalier, Kylie Chevalier, Tessa Schmidt, Hailey Sieminski, Trentin Buelteman, Lilly Buelteman, and Elizabeth Buelteman, and many other extended family. She is further survived by her newest addition to her family, her feline friend, Peaches. Wendy loved her very special friend, Paul Bassen and her lifelong friends: Janine (Don) Squier, JoAnn Galineau, and Judy (Gerard) Kapica. She was preceded in death by her mother, Marilyn Westoff, and her grandparents, Carl and Margaret Sandberg. 
Friends may call at the Thielen Funeral Home in Marinette on Wednesday, October 16th from 4 to 6 p.m. Funeral Services will be held at 6 p.m. with Deacon Vince Beckley officiating.
Burial will be at Riverside Cemetery in Menominee.
Wendy's family would like to express their thanks and gratitude for the kindess and care shown to Wendy these past years to the doctors, nurses, and staff at Aurora Health Center in Marinette, Wis., Aurora Bay Care, Green Bay, Wis., and Aurora St. Lukes Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wis. Your care and kindness will always be remembered.