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

Cathy Wievel

Monday, September 26th, 1955 - Wednesday, November 25th, 2020
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Obituary

Cathy Ann (Noble) Wievel passed away peacefully at home after years of living with cancer on
November 25th, 2020. She was born to Joe and Virginia (Mooney) Noble on September 26th,
1955 in Rockford, Illinois. She attended St. Peter’s Catholic School, Roosevelt Junior High, and
West High School in Rockford, graduating in 1973. She was a twin, the youngest of five
siblings, and she had many fond memories and funny stories of growing up in a neighborhood
full of big families and wild kids.

After high school, Cathy lived in California and traveled around the American West. She had an
adventurous spirit. She moved to Stevens Point, Wisconsin in 1978 to continue working for
Colorcraft (later Qualex) and met Jeb Wievel, whom she married on October 12th, 1985. They
had two children, Emily and Jake, later divorcing. Cathy met Chuck Post in 2003 and they had
been together ever since.

Cathy was known for her sense of humor and quick wit. She loved jokes and was usually
laughing. She loved escaping to Northern Wisconsin and spending time there. She loved
autumn, Jeopardy, and scary movies. She was very devoted to her children, and they were her
life’s greatest joy.

Cathy was preceded in death by her parents, Virginia and Joe Noble; her eldest sister Colleen
Newell; and nephew John Newell.

She is survived by her partner Chuck Post; daughter Emily (Christopher) Wievel of Bend, OR;
son Jake Wievel of Madison, WI; sisters Kelly (Don Joe) Aanrud of Amherst Junction, WI and
Shannon (Joe) Girardi of Scottsdale, AZ; twin brother Casey (Kerry) Noble of Loveland, CO;
four nieces and a nephew. She leaves behind a cat named Molly whom she loved and also
drove her crazy.

Cathy had many lifelong friends that she would spend hours talking to on the phone, often until
the phone went dead. They brought so much joy and laughter to her. She is survived by those
friends: Cheryl Rybka, Deb Springer, and Terry Torrey Engebretson.

Cathy was loved beyond measure.

There will be a celebration of life held at a later date.
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Emily Wievel

Posted at 12:16am
Mom,

I told you I didn't know what I would do without you, but that I knew I would have to figure it out. I haven't figured it out, but you probably know that. I am proud to be your daughter, and you were my friend, my anchor, the way I came back home. I always wanted to know what you thought about things, and tell you things in hopes that you would think they were funny. I keep looking for you in my own face, because I want you to stay so close. I know you were proud of me, but I was proud of you. You carried yourself through strife with humor and grit. I would give anything to sit next to you and tell you how much I love you. You were behind so many of the good things that have come in my life, because you taught me to be my own person and to seek out joy. My heart is broken, and I'll keep going because you always did, but I don't want to do any of this without you. You are my mom, the first person to ever love me, and I'll love you every single day for the rest of my life.
SG

Shannon Noble Girardi

Posted at 08:21am

You were always the sweet sister. I miss the many times over the years I drove up from Chicago to visit Mom, you and Kelly. We had good times and a lot of laughs. You were a wonderful mother to Emily and Jake. I love you and will miss you.
CK

Christopher Kuter

Posted at 06:07pm
I first met Cathy after starting to date her fiercely independent daughter, Emily, and all of my best memories of her are from our conversations. (On a side note, after meeting Cathy I figured out where Emily has inherited her fierceness from!) Cathy had an ease about her when conversing with folks. It was when her humor and wit brightly shone through. She was sharp. I remember often in group conversations telling a bad pun, or obscure joke/reference or some other wordplay that would go unnoticed by everyone in the group but her. That little wink or slight sly smile of acknowledgement meant the world to me as I always wanted to make her laugh. To show her I would always try to make Emily laugh. I think that was important to her; to ensure not to forget how ludicrous this world is and to not take oneself so so seriously. Cathy, I want you to know I will care for, protect, provide but most importantly entertain Emily for as long as this ludicrous world spins so ludicrously on. Missing you a lot, mom.
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Christopher

Posted at 02:14pm
She meant so much to so many and will be missed greatly. With deepest sympathies.
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Casey Noble

Posted at 07:05pm
Cathy and I came into this world together; I can't remember who was born first but I always told people it was me because I had the flashlight & led the way. Well Cath, maybe you could return the favor sometime, as some of us might need a little direction now and then. Maybe you could put in a good word for us with the big guy when we ask for some help from time to time. In this day and age I'm thinking even God needs a good laugh and you're just the person to do it.

Emily and Jake, be so proud of her and be thankful that your wonderful mother will always be with you and watch over you. She was on this planet for the comedy and the love. And that's the kind of person we'll have in our hearts. And that's pretty cool.
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