Theresa Dahm, of Harbor Village in Port Washington, passed away at her residence Sunday,

Theresa Dahm, of Harbor Village in Port Washington, passed away at her residence Sunday,

Dahm at Immaculate Conception Church in Saukville. The couple settled in Grafton and ran the Ray Dahm & Son Standard Oil Service Station & Mobile Home Park from 1955 until they retired in 1982.

They moved to Random Lake where Ray preceded her in death in 1987. Theresa moved back to Port Washington to be closer with family, until following her children to North Carolina. While there, she volunteered at Wake Medical Center (earning her 1000 Hour Volunteer patch) and Duke University in both the Law School and the School of Environment. She returned to Port Washington in 2005 and joined the community at Harbor Village.

Mrs. Dahm was a former member of the Christian Mothers at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Grafton. She was currently attending St. Peter of Alcantara Catholic Church in Port Washington.

Theresa enjoyed knitting and crocheting, particularly for family, hospitals and nursing homes. Other activities included embroidery and sewing as well as « scratch » baking, cooking, canning and gardening. She had a remarkable collection of church-recipe cookbooks, which she tested out on family and friends. Until very recently, Theresa was leading the exercise group at Harbor Village twice a week.

Mrs. Dahm is survived by her d, NC, daughter-in-law Frannie Lee Dahm of Saukville, 4 grandchildren: Christina Dahm, Jeanette Dahm, Devon Lee and Cassandra D’Amato and 4 great-grandchildren: Brandon, Ethan, Masen and Sophia Frances. She is further survived by 1 brother, Edward Korbeck of De Pere, nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Theresa is preceded in death by her husband, Ray, son Francis, 3 grandchildren: Ryan, Matt and Jamie, great-granddaughter Heather Lynn, and 2 brothers: Bernard and Charles Korbeck.

On September 25, 1948 she was united in marriage with Raymond S

Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 1:30 PM on Tuesday, April 3, at St. Peter of Alcantara Catholic Church, 1800 N. Wisconsin St., Port Washington. Father Patrick Wendt will preside. She will be laid to rest beside her husband in St. Joily will receive visitors at the CHURCH on Tuesday from 11AM-1:30 PM .

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Habitat for Humanity of Durham, 215 N. Church St., Durham, NC, 27701.

Dahm at Immaculate Conception Church in Saukville. The couple settled in Grafton and ran the Ray Dahm & Son Standard Oil Service Station & Mobile Home Park from 1955 until they retired in 1982.

They moved to Random Lake where Ray preceded her in death in 1987. Theresa moved back to Port Washington to be closer with family, until following her children to North Carolina. While there, she volunteered at Wake Medical Center (earning her 1000 Hour Volunteer patch) and Duke University in both the Law School and the School of Environment. She returned to Port Washington in 2005 and joined the community at Harbor Village.

Mrs. Dahm was a former member of the Christian Mothers at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Grafton. She was currently attending St. Peter of Alcantara Catholic Church in Port Washington.

Theresa enjoyed knitting and crocheting, particularly for family, hospitals and nursing homes. Other activities included embroidery and sewing as well as « scratch » baking, cooking, canning and gardening. She had a remarkable collection of church-recipe cookbooks, which she tested out on family and friends. Until very recently, Theresa was leading the exercise group at Harbor Village twice a week.

Mrs. Dahm is survived by her d, NC, daughter-in-law Frannie Lee Dahm of Saukville, 4 grandchildren: Christina Dahm, Jeanette Dahm, Devon Lee and Cassandra D’Amato and 4 great-grandchildren: Brandon, Ethan, Masen and Sophia Frances. She is further survived by 1 brother, Edward Korbeck of De Pere, nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Theresa is preceded in death by her husband, Ray, son Francis, 3 grandchildren: Ryan, Matt and Jamie, great-granddaughter Heather Lynn, and 2 brothers: Bernard and Charles Korbeck.

On September 25, 1948 she was united in marriage with Raymond S

Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 1:30 PM romanian women super hot on Tuesday, April 3, at St. Peter of Alcantara Catholic Church, 1800 N. Wisconsin St., Port Washington. Father Patrick Wendt will preside. She will be laid to rest beside her husband in St. Joily will receive visitors at the CHURCH on Tuesday from 11AM-1:30 PM .

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Habitat for Humanity of Durham, 215 N. Church St., Durham, NC, 27701.