In God’s hands she fell….. Taren L. Wayerski, age 42, of Clintonville lost her battle with Crohn’s Disease on Friday, July 14, 2017 after a lengthy fight.
Taren Lynn Wayerski was born on January 16, 1975 in Clintonville to Ken and Cindy (Oshefsky) Wayerski. She was independent from the start and a real over achiever. Taren loved so many things and life was the main one. She loved her pugs, music, stock car racing, bull riding, 4-H, fairs, puzzles, rodeo, Kroaking (Karaoke), baking, criminal “who dun it shows”, the Packers, being with people, and she loved her brother Vince. For those of you who knew her, Taren had a big heart right down to the end.
Taren attended FVTC and graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Science and was going for her Bachelor’s Degree when she got too sick to continue. She always wanted to be a Crime Scene Investigator. Taren had a beautiful voice and liked to play the piano. She would brighten the gloomiest day with just her smile. Taren will be and is very much missed.
Survivors include her parents, Ken and Cindy Wayerski, and one brother Vincent Wayerski, all of Clintonville. There are 5 nieces and nephews, Paula Wicks of Colorado; and Logan, Meleaha, Layla, and Hunter Wayerski, all of Clintonville. Her aunts and uncles, Shirley (Ron) Hertel, Julia Wayerski, Diane Feltz, Dale (Angie) Wayerski, Tina (Ernie) Feltz, Janis Klismith, Mary Ann (Virgil) Wudtke, Wayne (Christine) Oshefsky, John Williams, and Lori (Allen) Poppe. She is further survived by numerous cousins, other relatives and friends.
Taren is preceded in death by her pugs, Jasper, Onny, and Jazming; a special friend Frank Brandt, paternal grandparents Raymond, Bernice & Louise Wayerski, maternal grandparents Richard Oshefsky, Bernice (Lawrence) Peterson; her uncles Wayne Wayerski and Myron Feltz; and aunts Bonnie Lila and Judy Williams.
Good bye for now our baby girl…no more pain and suffering for you. You’re in the hands of Jesus until the day we meet again to have fellowship with our King.
Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, July 22nd at 2:00 PM at Calvary Apostolic Church, Clintonville, with Rev. Patrick Kloehn officiating. Friends may call on Saturday from 1:00 PM until time of service at the church. The Beil-Didier Funeral Home, Clintonville, assisted the family.
We would like to thank all the people who came in our time of grief, Pastor Patrick and Kari Kloehn, Dan & Carol Derozier, Dodie Vandercorpet, and many others. We also wish to thank the nurses and staff at Appleton Medical Center, especially Will for his compassion given. May God Bless You All.
Beil-Didier Funeral Home is assisting the family.