Pam (Niebur) Marthaler age 51 of Maiden Rock passed away with family by her side on Saturday, August 12, 2017 after an 18 year battle with MS. She was born April 25, 1966 to John and Dorothy Niebur. Pam was raised in Plum City, WI and graduated from Plum City High School. She enjoyed gardening, painting, shopping and spoiling her grandchildren. She was very creative with an amazing sense of style. Pam was a loving and beloved mother and grandmother. She is preceded in death by her parents, John and Dorothy Niebur; husband, Rollie Johnson, Sr. She is survived by her daughter, Rachel (Matt) Bowen of Bay City; son, Rollie Johnson of Eau Claire; grandchildren, Madison and Mason Bowen; brother, Kevin (Punky) Niebur of Plum City; Mike Marthaler; nephews, relatives and friends. A memorial gathering was held Friday, August 18, 2017 from 3-6:30 pm at Bakken-Young Funeral Home (1750 8th Ave.) in Baldwin with a Memorial Service at 6:30 pm. Arrangements are with Bakken-Young Funeral & Cremation Services of Baldwin.
Our sympathy to the family. Pam spent a lot of time with our daughter Suzanne in her younger years and was always so kind to her, especially when she too experienced illness in later years. Finally she is at peace. Keeping you in our thoughts!
My dear friend, I have thought of her often and wondered how you have been. The world has lost a wonderful person and gifted artist. She will be greatly missed.
So sorry to hear of Pam’s death but she no longer has to suffer. We were next door neighbor’s and Pam and Kevin played so much with my kids. She will remain in our hearts
Rollie, I am at a loss for words, know that we are all thinking of you and are incredibly saddened to hear this news. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Pam was a force to be reckoned with. She could make you crazy, laugh and touch your heart. I know she loved her family very, very much. I hope everyone has a happy memory to hold in their heart. Sincere sympathy to her family. God Bless you Pam.
I am so sorry for your loss Kevin and family. She was a beautiful woman (I’m sure she had a heart of gold too).
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. It was so nice getting to know Pam. May God bring you comfort and strength.
I know I am late with these thoughts but my Father, Hubert Bauer, was across the hall from Pam at Plum City Care Center and they developed a mutual friendship. They would commiserate over their circumstances that put each of them there. He was quite upset to hear of her passing. I personally met her and she was a very nice person. Our sincere sympathies to her entire family. I know she enjoyed her grandchildren..
Yes, a tragic loss Pam aged with beauty she came over and talked to me in Molly’s but I was over welmed with her beauty. She deffinaly one of a kind
I allways remembered her from high school. She gave me a lot of Shit about fixing my tractors but then she made me think a lot about what I was doing then. Some people you always think about cause they inspired you. She inspired me all my life. I guess she told you just the way it was.