Tricia Marie Chapek (née Kure)
It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to a beautiful soul. Tricia’s wings fluttered and she flew skyward on her new transition to the next life. Taken from us on August 15, 2021, Tricia was a wife, mother, sister, friend and the biggest of hearts to these animals in need of saving. Tricia has lived her life with a free spirit. Love life, his family, his friends and the animals around him. She saw the beauty of the forest and the hills that she walked daily. Her love of drawing and her art showed us just how talented she is.
Tricia was born in Milwaukee Wisconsin on November 23, 1984. The beloved daughter of Rudolph John Kure (deceased) and Karen Marie Jason. Growing up with so many cousins and friends, Tricia has never been without someone to play with. She took advantage of her younger years in Oak Creek, Wisconsin and eventually moved with her father to Cadott, Wisconsin to begin the next chapter of her life. She met and fell in love and then married the love of her life, Toby Chapek who together quickly became a family with two loving children Carson and Everly. Tricia would enjoy her long walks and outdoor adventures with the dogs and kids walking the trails and trails of the surrounding parks. Tricia loved adventure and would be the first to say: let’s go camping! Let’s travel! Let’s go…! Her urge for adventure around every corner has taken her on many fun trips with her family and friends. Tricia is predeceased by her beloved father, Rudolph John Kure, who took her passing very hard and was never able to get over her grief.
She is survived by her husband, Toby Chapek, her two beautiful children: Carson and Everly; his mother, Karen Jason, father and stepmother, Robert and Darlys Chapek, his sister Angela Clabaugh (Brad); brothers: Joshua, Brandon and Tyler; brother-in-law Ronald Chapek; sisters-in-law: Jennifer Chapek and Jodi Chapek. Her beloved dog Diablo. His niece and nephew Carter and Chloe, many uncles, aunts, cousins and the endless supply of best friends throughout his life. She leaves behind fond memories of the spirited women who have seen the good in everyone she has met. A beautiful soul whose wings flapped and flew to the sky. Touch our lives, touch our hearts and touch the sky. She made the broken look beautiful and the look strong invincible. She walked with the universe on her shoulders and made it look like a pair of wings. Fly high with the angels dear Tricia, we’ll see you one day.
A memorial rally and celebration of Tricia’s life will be held at the Lions Club Pavilion-Riverview Park (East Side) State Hwy 27 Cadott, WI. August 28, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Memorial service at 1:00 p.m. Instead of flowers, we ask that you donate to one of Tricia’s passions. Tricia volunteered for Last Paws Rescue, a nonprofit organization that rescues and relocates dogs. Tricia was a big animal lover and would open her house to anyone who passed by. Please send a donation in loving memory of Tricia to Last Paws Rescue 2105 Hollister Ave, Tomah WI 54660 or better yet… adopt a
Arrangements by Leiser Funeral Home and Cremation Service Cadott, WI.
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Published by The Chippewa Herald on August 24, 2021.Source link