Dorothy Vroman

Date of Death: Dec 29, 2013
Dorothy Vroman
[highlight_text] (1925 – 2013) [/highlight_text] Dorothy Vroman, 88, of Barron, WI, formerly of Waupun, died Sunday evening, December 29, 2013 at Barron Care and Rehabilitation.


[leftcolumn] Dorothy was born November 29, 1925 in Fond du Lac, the daughter of Martin and Bessie Smith Bal. Dorothy attended Waupun schools and was a graduate of Waupun High School. On July 2, 1949 she married Franklin Vroman in Waupun where they resided all their married lives. Dorothy was a member of Union-Congregational Church in Waupun where she was active on various committees and boards. In 2010 Dorothy moved to Barron where she lived with her son, Kevin and his wife, Connie.

Dorothy is survived by three sons, Daniel (Kathy) Vroman of Tomah, Gary Vroman of Stevens Point, and Kevin (Connie) Vroman of Barron; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; one step-grandchild; one great-step-grandchild; and a sister, Barbara Olp of Madison.

Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Vroman in 1999.


[rightcolumn] [highlight_text] Visitation: [/highlight_text] Friends and relatives may call on the family on Monday at the funeral home from 11 a.m. until the time of service.

[rightcolumn] [highlight_text] Services: [/highlight_text] Funeral services for Dorothy Vroman will be held Monday, January 6, 2014 at 1 p.m. at Werner-Harmsen Funeral Home in Waupun.

[rightcolumn] [highlight_text] Burial: [/highlight_text] Burial will follow at Forest Mound Cemetery in Waupun.



  1. Jan Harmsen Says: December 31, 2013 at 6:58 am

    My sympathy to all of you. Your Mom was a wonderful person. I remember growing up in your neighborhood (we lived next to the convent of St. Joe’s). Jan Kaul Harmsen

  2. Elaine Koehn Says: January 1, 2014 at 11:14 am

    To Dan and Kathy Vroman
    Our sincere sympathy in the loss of your mom and mother in law.
    The Koehns (elaine, dan, sue, karen) of Beaver Dam

  3. Gary Anderson Says: January 2, 2014 at 6:51 pm

    I will always remember the first Packer game I watched with you, your passion and ability to create your own version of colorful commentary was amazing. The courage you have shown during your last days will be a lesson I will not soon forget.

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