Relinda (Linny) Magdalena (Schwoerer) Slade, 84 of Randolph formerly of Pardeeville, passed away October 26, 2020 at Randolph Health Services in Randolph. She was born April 6,1936 in Liberty in Manitowoc County, WI. The daughter of Peter and Rose (Noworatzky) Schwoerer.
Mom lost her father at a young age, so her mother and older siblings raised her. She married Armand Slade June 6, 1953 at St Jeromes Catholic Church in Columbus, WI and together started a family. They moved to El Paso, TX while Armand was serving in the US Army. After an honorable discharge, they lived in Columbus a short time until they purchased the Otsego Grocery Store and operated the store for many years. After raising their three boys they moved to Pardeeville to live on the lake. Linny worked various jobs while living in Pardeeville. During that time she also went back to school and earned her GED. She was a Packer and Brewer fan and will be fondly remembered as a fun aunt and a second Mom to others. She loved her family, her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Survivors include her sons Michael (Peggy), Glenn (Sandy), Daniel (Michele); grandchildren Ryan Slade, Jaclyn (Scott) Wendorff, Lindsay (Bryan) Rice, Desirae and special friend Jeff Casper, and Drew Slade; great-grandchildren Jalen and Josie Wendorff, Cally, Molly, Jordy Slade, and Braxton Rice; sisters, Agnes Huebner, Magdalena Joyce; sisters-in-law Helen Schwoerer and Romell Slade; brother-in-law Donald Benzine; Godchildren Bonnie Galewski, Eugene (Butch) Benzine, Robert Willkomm and Lucy Zander and many nieces, nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Armand; sisters Anita (Frances) Fox, Rose (Leon) Peterson, Phyllis (Theadore) Fellenz, MaryAnn Benzine and Ursela (Leroy) Willkomm; brothers Anton, Clemence (Olive) Schwoerer, Arthur, Wilbert and Lawrence Schwoerer; brothers and sister-in-law Leroy and Grace Slade and Russell and Carl Slade.
The funeral service for Relinda will be private family only, which includes nieces and nephews. Interment will take place at Pardeeville Cemetery. So we ask all family to please wear face masks for their safety and ours. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to ALS Wisconsin Chapter or a charity of your choice. The family wishes to thank the staff at Randolph Health Services for the loving care they gave our Mom.
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