To live in the hearts and minds of those we leave behind

Let us help get you started

Condolences for Gloria J. Stokke


Jayne and family, Mom and I want to send our condolences on the death of your mother. Gloria and John became friends with Rocky and Jean Bess as young marrieds when the husbands worked in the telephone company in LaCrosse. I have fond memories of hanging out with Jaynie and shared her love of horses and animals and the Beatles! Mom and I visited Gloria a few years ago and she was still vivacious! Her artwork was wonderful. We called her every Christmas, and sadly, this year had to talk to her from my mom's nursing home. Love to all as you miss a wonderful woman
From Penny Thacher & Penny (Jean) Bess

Jayne and I worked together many years ago and became friends. I was so sorry to see of your mom's passing. I remember she was such a sweet lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
From Pamela Haug

I'm sorry, but somehow the security code was entered into my message. I should've read it once more before submitting it. My apologies, Jane
From Jane Kruger

Jayne & Gerard, & All of Gloria's loved ones, I have very fond memories of both John & Gloria from my days at Mark Jewellers in Shelby Mall. (A long time ago). Your Dad was such a gentleman & I always enjoyed seeing your Mom. Through the years since, whenever I would see Gloria out & about, it was as if we saw each other everyday. Then when I worked at Goodwill, she would stop in occasionally, & she always remembered me. She thought the world of her family. I know she missed John. mintgCI truly believe that they are together again. May all of your beautiful memories bring you comfort in the days ahead. My deepest condolences to all of you, Jane Kruger ge
From Jane Kruger

Jane, long time no see. I am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. She was such a sweet lady and always so nice to me. I still have the things she gave me oh so long ago. I hope you are well and happy. I would love to have another conversation with you someday.
From Terri Cunningham