Alma C. Hoopman

    Alma C. Hoopman, 93, of Cedar Grove, died Monday, Aug. 13, at Cedar Grove Gardens assisted living.
    Mrs. Hoopman was born in the Town of Holland on May 21, 1925, to Henry and Christina Huenink Stapelkamp. She was a 1943 graduate of Cedar Grove High School.
    On May 19, 1944, she married Wilmer G. Hoopman in the Town of Holland. Mr. Hoopman preceded his wife in death on Dec. 7, 2000.
    She was a longtime member of First Reformed Church in Cedar Grove and enjoyed attending senior citizen functions.
    Mrs. Hoopman enjoyed crocheting, sewing, gardening, cooking, baking, canning, traveling, and camping. She and her husband always looked forward to hosting Thanksgiving and Christmas, their family said.
    Mrs. Hoopman is survived by her children Mary (Richard) Navis of Cedar Grove, Carol (Bruce) Strade of Hingham, Ken (Jeanne) of Cedar Grove and Don (Khristen) of Random Lake; grandchildren Jill Klos, Pamela (Michael) Deppiesse, Sherri (John) Morgan, Aaron (Natalie) Strade, Chelle (Patrick) Notz, Chad (Jackie) Hoopman, Kari (Peter) Heimerman, Courtney (Bill) Deemer and Darren Hoopman; 22 great-grandchildren; sister Shirley Kurth of Boltonville; and sister-in-law Verna Hoopman of Sheboygan.
    In addition to her husband Wilmer, she was preceded in death by her grandson Calvin Hoopman, great-grandchildren Gina Deppiesse and Brayden Morgan, sister Jean Heidemann, brother Herbert Stapelkamp; brothers-in-law Ralph Kurth and Earl Heidemann and sister-in-law Adeline Stapelkamp.
    Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 16, at First Reformed Church in Cedar Grove with the Revs. Chris Schaefer and Wayne Tripp officiating.
    Visitation will be at the church Thursday from 9 a.m. until the service.
    Internment will be at Cedar Grove Cemetery.
    Memorials to Compassus Hospice are suggested.
    Wenig Funeral Home of Oostburg is handling the arrangements.




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