Sue Cline Jul 23, 2020 Jul 23, 2020 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save Sue Ellen Cline (Quigley), 75 of Mosinee passed peacefully surrounded by family at Wausau Aspirus Hospital July 22, 2020. She was born March 5, 1945 in Kenosha, to Herbert and Gerda (Pallesen) Quigley. She was a graduate of Kenosha High School and NTC Antigo. She married Gerald Cline Dec. 22, 1963. They later divorced. She worked many jobs throughout the years including positions in machine tool and as a certified nursing assistant. She was retired and a resident at Cedar Ridge Assisted Living. She loved playing games like Scrabble, Yahtzee and Mexican Train with family and friends. She also enjoyed crossword puzzles and reading particularly Christian and Amish fiction and watching Hallmark movies. She had attended Four Corners Assembly of God years ago and Pathway Fellowship Church in later years. She will be remembered as a loving, kind and generous person who went out of her way to make others feel comfortable and cared for. She was a wonderful cook and always showed love by sharing homemade food. She also collected Christmas ornaments from around the world and loved plants and flowers and her bird feeder. She is survived by four daughters, Lauri Graves (Kent) of Kronenwetter, Dorla Van Setters (Carl) of Weston; Ruth Weisenberger (Ken) of Kronenwetter, and Michelle Pranke (Daniel) of Weston; and eight grandsons, Derek Cline, Zachary Mabry, Skyler Van Setters, Chance Van Setters, Ben Van Setters, Jacob Olson, Evan Van Setters and Carter Van Setters. She was preceded in death by parents Herbert and Gerda Quigley, and brothers James Quigley and William Quigley. The family will hold a private celebration of life service. Strasser-Roller Funeral Home is assisting the family. www.strasserrollerfh.comWe would like to thank the wonderful staff at Cedar Ridge Assisted Living and Aspirus Wausau Hospital for their exceptional care. Paid Obituary Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save Trending Now Journal editor retires today, ends 37-year career with newspaper COVID cases swell in county Press issues delay paper White Lake seniors return for graduation day Flood toll hits $264,500, rising Latest e-Edition Antigo Daily Journal To view our latest e-Edition click the image on the left.