Maxine M. Dayton, 88, of Stoddard died Monday, April 25, 2022, at her property. She was born in Genoa on May possibly 17, 1933, to Clara (Hoover) and William Stellner.
She attended Riverside Quality University in rural Genoa and graduated from Viroqua Superior University in 1951. Maxine worked a number of several years at Schmidty’s, Circus Bar, Johnie’s Bar and Mr D’s in La Crosse in the 1970s. In 1980, she bought the Tippy Toe Inn in Chaseburg, and operated it until finally January 1996. She also owned and operated Max’s Ten Mile House from 1990 till 1993. Maxine sponsored and supported numerous softball, dart and bowling groups in excess of the a long time as proprietor of those institutions. Just after providing Tippy Toe Inn, she cooked at the Thirsty Turtle and Rocky’s. She was also bartender on Friday evenings at Sylvan Glen in Stoddard for 15 several years prior to retiring for superior.
More than the a long time, Maxine was a member of the Vernon County Tavern League and held the secretary-treasurer situation for a variety of years. She was also a member of Chaseburg Rod & Gun Club, Chaseburg Lioness Club, Chaseburg Snowtrailers, Moose Club of La Crosse, Stoddard Lioness Club and the Decreased Coon Valley Lutheran Church.
Maxine is survived by her 3 young children, Pamela (David) Steiger of Tucson, AZ, Brian (Nicole) Dayton of Stoddard, and Karie Oelke of La Crosse grandchildren Brittney (Ron) Orr, Brynne (Josh) Hounsel, Breanna (Josh) Patton, Brandon Steiger, Grant, Carter, and Cole Dayton, Andrea and Natalie Oelke, Taylor and Mackenzi Hermeier great-grandchildren Ty, Jackson, and David Orr, Islee and Irelyn Hounsell, Baylor, Jase, and Wyatt Patton, and Olive Hanamann just one brother, Richard Stellner of West Salem a particular niece and most effective mate, Nancy Brosinski a exclusive nephew, Gary Brosinski, and many other nieces and nephews.
Maxine was preceded in death by her mother and father, and sisters Mabel Wiverstad, Lorene Brosinski, Myrtle Wang, Joyce Stellner, Delores Knight, and Elaine Brosinski.
Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at the Seland Funeral Property in Coon Valley. Funeral providers will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the Center Coon Valley Lutheran Church, with visitation from 9:30 a.m. until eventually time of provider. Burial will be at the Stoddard Village Cemetery. A lunch and celebration will be at the Stoddard American Legion from noon right until 3 p.m.
Her spouse and children finds convenience in that she touched many above the a long time and so a lot of tales to share. It is our hope your reminiscences of her give you a smile like the smiles her numerous acquaintances gave her more than the years in the support business. She really beloved each and each individual 1 of you. The loved ones needs to thank Dr. Brian Woody and his nurse Sharon from Hirsch Clinic in Viroqua for their amazing treatment above the many years. Also, a pretty particular many thanks to St. Croix Hospice employees for their care and comfort and ease given to Maxine about the earlier 5 months. In lieu of bouquets, donations may possibly be provided to Coon Valley Area Baseball Association or Sole Burner Chaseburg. Condolences may be specified at selandsfuneralhome.com
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