Kenneth Zimmer Obituary, Death – Even though Kenneth put up a valiant fight against his cancer right up to the day he passed away on November 14, 2019, when he eventually succumbed to the sickness, it was ultimately successful in killing him. He lost his courageous battle against his cancer. On Tuesday, November 19, at eleven in the morning, a Mass of Christian Burial will be given for the individual who passed away at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Tony. St. Anthony’s Catholic Church is located in Tony. The memorial service is going to be held in honor of the person who has passed away. Father is going to be in charge of leading the service. It will be Father who presides. The cremated remains of the deceased person will be laid to rest in the cemetery that is owned by Tony’s St. Anthony Church. This will be the last resting place for the deceased individual.
On Monday, November 18, at 4:00 PM, the Nash-Jackan Funeral Home in Ladysmith will begin accepting visitors for the visitation that will go until 8:00 PM. Guests will have the opportunity to pay their respects at the funeral home until 8:00 PM. This particular area will serve as the venue for the service. After the conclusion of the visit, there will be a reading from scripture, and then at seven o’clock in the evening, there will be a recitation of the rosary.
The Mass of Christian Burial and the Ladysmith Chapel Scripture Service will both be conducted at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, which can be found at N5333 Maple Tony Road in Ladysmith, Wisconsin 54848. The address for St. Anthony’s Catholic Church is 54848. Within the 54848 zip code is where you will find this location. If you use the address, there should not be any difficulty in locating this church. The following is a list of places throughout town where you can look for members of the congregation: 120 Fritz Avenue East. The neighborhood of Ladysmith is home to the church, and its address is 120 Fritz Avenue East. If you’re interested in paying a visit, you may find it there.