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3200 Stanley Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481
Phone: 715-344-2113
Fax: 715-344-2166
Joseph Rauguth

Joseph Todd Rauguth

Friday, August 23rd, 1963 - Monday, May 25th, 2020
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Joseph Todd Rauguth, ONE OF A KIND, was born August 23,1963 in Milwaukee. He is the son of Joseph Seignemartin (deceased), and Betty Rauguth, later adopted by step father Milton Rauguth (deceased). Joe’s siblings include Scott, Brad, and Heidi.
Joe was married to his wife, Susan Baird-Rauguth, on the beach in Jamaica 26 years ago. Joe’s in-laws were an integral part of his life and include Mary Ann Baird, Jerry Baird (deceased), Mary Baird-Barnes, Patti Baird-Wimme (deceased), Kris and Lisa Wimme. He is also survived by nephews and nieces.
Joe had a variety of interests. He was a creative soul with a great sense of humor.
He loved music, especially the Grateful Dead, bluegrass, rock and the blues. He regularly attended performances and music festivals. He enjoyed spending time with his music family.
Joe loved pets especially his dogs Mae and Benny and cat Priscilla.
He had a love of travel which has taken him to Jamaica, Belize and numerous locations around the United States. Adventure travel included kayaking in the boundary waters in northern Minnesota, backpacking in New Mexico and exploring the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
His love for others was demonstrated by randomly going to nursing homes to distribute garden flowers and always volunteering to lend a hand to friends on various work projects.
Humor was one of Joe’s favorite endeavors, routinely setting up situations that would surprise his “victim”. One victim, Dickie, and Joe spent months trying to “one up” the other with what could be fit in one another’s mailbox. Dickie and his son Gavin were always there for Joe during the last year and a half while Joe battled cancer.
Joe loved gardening producing his own natural food, including preparation and many times using his own created recipes. He was an accomplished cook.
Sounds corny, but Joe’s favorite two TV shows were the Walton’s and Little House on the Prairie and his favorite channel for movies was Turner Movie Channel that plays exclusively old movies.
Joe’s unique attributes, thoughtfulness, and creativity will be greatly missed by his family and friends.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Memorial donations to the Portage County Humane Society would be appreciated.
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Don McMahan

Posted at 08:46pm
Up to recently, Joe was sending me Facebook messages with jokes and memes that he thought I would appreciate. I didn't always appreciate them, instead, I would mutter to myself, "Oh, Joe!" I'm remembering the years that he, Terry, and I shared a house. Our first year in that place, Joe met Sue Baird; they were both smitten! If I had a penny for every time Joe cracked some off-color joke and Sue would protest half smiling, "Oh, Joe!" We enjoyed so many days of friends, music and play in that house. We were kids, and I guess I grew up and moved away, but Joe never quite grew up. When I think about him I remember how much fun we had. Thanks, Joe. Thanks for helping all of us who knew you to remember and appreciate what it feels like to play.
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Sara Parkel

Posted at 09:37am
Joe will be missed! He was a caring person with a genuine soul.
Sending all my love to Susan and family.
Joe recommended the music of Jacob Miller to me years ago (music that he and Sue new from their trips to Jamaica).
I really love the song, 'Ala-ala-bama" by Jacob Miller. It reminds me of Joe and Sue when I listen to it..
https://youtu.be/89pnoZwob0E

Sara
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Amy Springer

Posted at 03:33pm
Susan, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my Thoughts. Amy Springer
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Laurie Neuwirth

Posted at 06:54pm
I was always glad when Joe was cooking at Margarita's Cantina because he was competent, kind, and handled high-pressure with humor rather than the drama that can fill any restaurant kitchen with tension and angst. I remember him as a gentle sweet man and am sad to hear that he left this world too soon. My hugs to Sue and all of Joe's beloved family and friends.

Jeff Richardson

Posted at 06:15am
So sad to hear of Joes passing. Joe was a great friend who we vacationed and went to many concerts with. Joe liked to live on the wild side and enjoy life to its fullness. RIP Joe.
Jeff & Chris
 
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Don McMahan Posted at 08:49pm

Hi Jeff! :)
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