Lynette A. Kather

Jun 11, 1947 - Dec 13, 2021

age 74, of Amberg, passed away Monday December 13, 2021 at home surrounded by her family. She was born in Sheboygan on June 11, 1947; daughter of the late Dennis and Carmen (Rasmusan) Kopf. Lynette graduated from Kohler High School in 1965. She started working at a young age at Memorial Hospital and went to Nursing School in Green Bay to become an LPN. Lynette met John, the love of her life in 1969 and the couple was united in marriage in September of 1970. She retired from Memorial Hospital after 46 years. She loved trap shooting with her family as well as golfing with all her friends. She and John enjoyed wintering in Arizona for 7 years. What brought Lynette her most enjoyment was spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. They meant the world to her.

Lynette is survived by her husband John; two children: Jennifer (Jason) Traas and Chad J. (Tami) Kather; four grandchildren: Kaylee, Emilee, Marek, and Ryan; two great grandchildren: Olivia and Abel; five brothers: Lawrence “Duffy” (Pam) Kopf, Tim (Patti) Kopf, Scott Kopf, TJ (Sara) Kopf and Cal Kopf; sister-in-law, Carol; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her mother-in-law and father-in-law: Dorothy and Wilbert; and brother-in-law, Bob.

Lynette’s family will greet friends from 11am until her Celebration of Life service at 12pm on Saturday January 8, 2022, at Roubal Funeral Home. Pastor Gene Wickman is officiating.

Roubal Funeral Home of Wausaukee is assisting her family with arrangements.

Celebration of Life

Saturday Jan 8, 2022, 12:00 p.m. at Roubal Funeral Home [map]

Memorial Gathering

Saturday Jan 8, 2022, 11:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at Roubal Funeral Home [map]

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Guestbook Entries

Michele Wanek

So sorry for your loss. I met Lynette at our restaurant Wanek’s Paris in Pembine, she was with all her golfer friends. They were always having such a great time ie playing the quarter game. I was so glad when they asked me to join them in golf! Such a great group of ladies!! Lynette will be truly missed.

Kim and Joanne McCune

Dear John and family, We are sorry to hear of Lynette’s passing. Our condolences to you and your family. We fondly remember Lynette as a kind soul with a keen sense of humour. We have fond memories of you and Lynette in Arizona. Kim and Joanne Canada

Jennifer Traas

There will be a memorial service on January 8th. 11am-1pm Roubal Funeral Home 513 1st ST Wausaukee,WI

Eric and lisa thomsen

Dear John and family Eric and I were so sad to hear about Lynette’s passing. She will be greatly missed. It was an honour and a privilege to have known her. She was a little women with a huge heart. We will toast her with a shot of ice hole. Just know you are in our thoughts.

Christal Gordon

I remember Lynette babysitting for me when I was a little kid. Fond memories. My sympathies to the family who will surely miss her sense of humor and joy for life.

Lisle Suzawith

John, You have my deepest Sympathy; if there is anything I can do for you please just ask.

Dick Sprengel

John you and your family have my deepest sympathy.

Vic and Karen Matuszewski

We met John & Lynette while wintering in Arizona. We found out they did not live far from us. We have so many great memories and fun times with them. Lynette was a kind soul and loved her family. She would help everyone. What a great friend and we will truly miss her. Rest In Peace our dear friend.

Frank & Betty Miles

Lynette was the best friend any person could want. She was always there when needed and never complained when she was going through all the health issues she had. We loved spending time with her and she and John were always ready for a game if cribbage, and a game of golf. WE will remember the many years we spent together wintering in Arizona and all the bottles if barefoot wine we drank, always having a good time. It is hard to think she will not be the person running the cribbage tournaments and helping out with all our gatherings. We can't say enough about the kind, helpful, loving person she was how much she will be missed. Lynette, you will never be forgotten.

Carl and Linda Rogers

To John and family, we did no know a kinder person. Her thoughtful for others was her greatest strength. She will be missed. She was funny, and a good friend. Go gently into that good night.

Timothy kopf

R.I.P. My favorite sister.

Kristina Reetz

Jennifer, My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. Thoughts and prayers. Kristina Reetz

Marilyn Buttler

My deepest condolences to Lynette's family. Such a kind, caring, lovely lady gone too soon. May she rest in peace!

Joseph Jackett

John, Jen and Chad So sorry and shocked to hear of Lynette's passing. Thoughts and prayers are with you. Joe and Denise Jackett