Kim M. Lichtfuss

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Kim M. Lichtfuss, 61, of Wauzeka, passed away Wednesday, July 11, at her home following a courageous battle with cancer. 

She was born June 21, 1957, in Beloit, the daughter of Donald and Gloria (Spooner) Carlson. Kim worked as an EMT and bartended in the Beloit area for several years before moving to this area where she worked at 3M company in Prairie du Chien for a while. She was always creative and crafty and was interested in digital scrapbooking. She became a designer and eventually the owner of an online scrapbooking store called “The Digichick.” 

Kim was passionate about the outdoors whether she was working in her garden, planting flowers around the yard, or just enjoying nature in general. She liked to read books, watch movies and enjoyed cooking food and sometimes made up her own special recipes. 

She is survived by her companion Eric Lee Olson, of Wauzeka; her children, Jason Lichtfuss, of Milton, Matthew (Sara) Lichtfuss, of Beloit, Joshua Lichtfuss and Anna (Joshua) Hanson, both of Janesville; her mother Gloria (James) Fourtounis, of Beloit; her brothers Jeff (Jenny) Carlson, of Rockton and Greg (Jen) Carlson, of Beloit; two half brothers Robert (Jenny) Fourtounis, of Janesville, and Johnny Fourtounis, of Wapaca; along with two granddaughters Izzabelle and Mackenzie. 

She was preceded in death by her father and her husband John Lichtfuss.

According to Kim’s wishes there will be no formal funeral services. A private family inurnment will be at a later date. The Garrity Funeral Home of Prairie du Chien is assisting the family.

 

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