Elizabeth A Brathall

Elizabeth A. Brathall, age 87, of Hudson died unexpectedly in her home, Tuesday October 6, 2020. Elizabeth was born to Ole and Mary (Wold) Slotevig, January 14, 1933. She and her three sisters, and three brothers grew up in Glenwood City, where she graduated high school in 1951. On October 24, 1953, at a small church in Glenwood City, she was married to LeRoy Brathall. Their union was blessed with five kids. Elizabeth enjoyed being a mom. Time with her family was very important to her. She enjoyed crossword puzzles from the daily paper, trips to the casino and following all of her grandkids.

Elizabeth will remain in the hearts of her children, Carol (Clayton) Platson of Baldwin, Debra Brathall of Hudson, Karen Brathall of Hudson, Tonita Cole of Lee’s Summit, MO, Kevin (Laura) Brathall of New Richmond; her grandchildren Jeremy Platson, Greg Platson, Chris (Krystal) Platson, Megan (Victor) Fern, Justin Brathall, Brianna Brathall, Corey (Erin) Cole, and Cathryn (Miles) Hamilton; great-grandchildren, Jasmine Platson, Devon Platson, Owen Platson, Keira Platson, Beckett Platson, Raelyn Platson, Isla Fern, Max Fern, Vanna Fern, Sawyer Perry, Cooper Hamilton and Adalynn Hamilton; sister, Helen Krizan; brother, Philip (Kathy) Slotvig many nieces and nephews and other dear friends. She is preceded in death by husband LeRoy, parents, sisters Myrtle Albrecht, Judy Jorgenson; brothers, Orville Slotevig, John Slotevig; and great grandson Milo Platson.

A gathering of family and friends will be from Noon to 2PM, Sunday, October 11, 2020. Funeral service will follow at 2PM officiated by Pastor Ladd Sonnenberg and held at the O’Connell Family Funeral Home, 520 S. 11th St, Hudson, Wisconsin. Burial will immediately follow at Willow River Cemetery.


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