A Purr-fect Time in Supporting the Jeske Family

Created 09.20.2017 by Community Benefit Tree

$11,430.00 of $60,000.00 goal raised
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  • Supporters


    Jerry Cat

    Sandy Cat

    Tiny Tina Cat

    Violet Cat

    Fritz Cat

    • Richard's Diamonds & Gems, Inc.
    • Van De Hey Financial Services, Inc.
    • Donald Hietpas & Sons Inc.

    Monetary Donors

    • Unison Credit Union

    Raffle Item Donors

    • Riverside by Reynebeau Floral
    • Green Bay Gamblers
    • DoTerra - Doris Attoe
    • Debbie Schmidt
    • Mellisa Sauerhammer
    • Hoersch Home Appliance
    • Lisa Blohm Insurance
    • Karen Luedtke
    • Heart of the Thirty-One Alley Chem Dry
    • Jamie Kempen Photography
    • Roundabout bar & Grill
    • Marty Place
    • Addie Dorow
    • Green Bay Bull Frogs
    • Amy Nail Spa
    • Papa Murphy's
    • Pagoni's
    • Vanderloop Equipment
    • Kaukauna Subway
    • Stone Chiropractic
    • Family Video
    • Kaukauna Coffee & Tea
    • Wolf River Diner
    • Wolf River Lodge
    • Breadsmith
    • Antlers Bar and Grill
    • Anytime Fitness
    • Wisconsin Timber Rattlers
    • Schmalz
    • Kaukauna Vet Clinic
    • Milwaukee Brewers
    • Little Chicago
    • Bachelors
    • Verbeten's Bowl
    • Hollandtown Fire Dept
    • Barb Knuth
    • Ricos
    • Pam McClaire
    • Renee Bake
    • W.S. Badger Company, Inc.
    • Appleton Travel Plaza-CITGO
  • Items We Need

    Items We Need

    The team is looking for the following items for the Celebration of Support:

    • Theme Baskets
    • Handmade items
    • Packer Tickets
    • Booze
    • Gift Certificate for a real tree
    • $100 worth of lottery tickets
    • Designer Purses
    • Bottles of wine
    • 1/4 or 1/2 or a cow or pig
    • Cabin stay
    • Condo Stay
    • Autographed items

    If you are able to help out please contact us.

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Sue Jeske is a 61 year young wife of Butch Jeske, mother to Mike Jeske and Mellisa Sauerhammer, and grandmother toAuttumm Sauerhammer and Max Jeske. In April of 2017, Sue started to get what felt like heartburn. Sue went to her family doctor and they gave her some meds to try. Sue was taken to the emergency room with really bad heartburn to the point Sue could not handle the pain. The doctors first observed Sue was jaundiced. After further testing (CT, Ultrasounds, EGD, x-rays), doctors found cancer.

On May 21, 2017 we received the news it was incurable stage 4 cancer. The doctor suggested they start chemo to make her comfortable. Sue completed six rounds of chemo treatments. Followup testing revealed the cancer had spread.
Butch and Sue have medical insurance, but the coverage is limited. Sue was the primary provider for the family. Sue worked 40+ hours per week to pay the bills to support the family. Because Sue has passed away the family has limited income. With your help, the financial toll will be less devastating to Sue's family.