Obituaries in the Feb. 27, 2001, issue of the Tomahawk Leader include:
- Thomas C. "Tom" Siesennop, 64, former visitor to the area, died in Flagstaff, Ariz. (2/16/01);
- Helen Herrem, 95, Tomahawk, formerly lived in Spirit and Rib Lakes areas, owned a restaurant in Rib Lake and was a nurse's aide at Sacred Heart Nursing Home (2/23/01);
- M. Louise Monahan, 77, Tomahawk, funeral arrangements were pending at Krueger & Sons Funeral Home (2/26/01).
Obituaries in the March 27, 2001, issue of the Tomahawk Leader include:
- Sylvia Marie Plachetka, 96, Brantwood, formerly a housekeeper and Western Electric Co. employee in Chicago (3/23/01);
- Rudolph P. Beller, 82, Woodruff, owned Beller's Super Value, past president of Lakeland State Bank, played Santa Claus for 52 years (3/20/01);
- Karen Wanie, 59, West Salem and formerly of Tomahawk (3/21/01);
- Joy C. Strauss, 39, Oskhosh, formerly of Tomahawk (3/19/01).
Obituaries in the March 20, 2001, issue included:
- Gerald A. Martin, 67, Tomahawk, owned Jerry's Bar 1962-72, worked as City of Tomahawk assessor until 1985, lifelong member of the Tomahawk Fire Department (3/17/01);
- Donald J. Duellman, 57, Bonduel, raised in Rhinelander with ties to Tomahawk, owner/operator of D&D Liquidators in Bonduel and Medina, and his son, Todd H. Duellman, 29, Hortonville, managed his parents' stores, both died as result of an automobile accident in Fond du Lac County (3/13/01);
- Edward C. Hofmann, 79, Tomahawk, ex-POW from WW II decorated with Purple Heart and Bronze Star, work in CCC and later for Wisconsin Public Service for 35 years (3/17/01);
- Ardis M. Hinsa, 73, summer resident of Tomahawk (3/12/01);
- Bernice K. Witucki, 81, Tomahawk, worked many years at Marathon Cheese (3/16/01); Mary Bogie, 76, Tomahawk, born in Chicago and moved to the Nokomis area in 1933 (3/12/01);
- Donald Newberry, 68, Tomahawk, retired welder who moved to Tomahawk in 1977 (3/11/01);
- Marie (Gahan) Cronkrite, 94, born in Tomahawk, and lived in Milwaukee, Lac du Flambeau and Sun City, Ariz. (2/15/01).
Obituaries in the April 3, 2001, issue of the Tomahawk Leader include:
- Lyle Bloomquist, 88, Tomahawk, owned-operated Quality Cleaners from 1942-74, former president of Tomahawk Cubs baseball team and former vice president of Bradley Bank board of directors (3/31/01);
- Evert G. "Dutch" Van De Weerd, 70, Town of Birch, had worked as a supervisor at J.I. Case in Schofield (3/29/01);
- Barbara Jean Smith, 67, Tomahawk, moved to area in 1950s (3/27/01);
- Gary R. Burton Sr., 59, North Highland, Calif., formerly of Tomahawk, served in U.S. Coast Guard (3/24/01);
- Jeffrey W. Lynch, 48, Casco, 1972 graduate of Tomahawk High School and employed at trucking company in Greenleaf, previously employed as printer and at Brown County Mental Health Care, died as result of accident in Pennsylvania (3/30/01);
- Marian E. Marquardt, Augusta, a second grade teacher in Tomahawk for six years (3/7/01).
Obituaries in the May 15, 2001, issue of the Tomahawk Leader include:
- John W. Lazor, 62, Town of Nokomis, had owned and operated Rebel's Inn Tavern in Oak Creek until retiring in 1991 (5/13/01);
- Lorraine L. Wallis, 84, Tomahawk, had been an avid golfer (5/7/01);
- Peppen Lemmens, 85, Shawano, farmed in the Harrison area until 1955, owned and operated Pep's Shoe Repair Shop, retiring in 1997 (5/4/01);
- Dera V. Taylor, 86, former Tomahawk resident who was active and taught in local schools in 1963-64 (5/4/01);
- Agnes (Umlauft) Brackin, 94, Spooner, born in Tomahawk and taught school in area for many years (5/9/01);
- Lorraine M. Frickenstein, 80, Rothschild (5/10/01).
Obituaries in the May 22, 2001, issue of the Tomahawk Leader include:
- Barry N. Norrgran, 63, Tomahawk, killed as result of automobile accident, worked as radio repair technician for many years with interest in ham radios (5/18/01);
- Lelia L. Lind, 78, Brantwood, mail carrier in Brantwood and Tripoli areas for 37 years (5/20/01);
- June I. Grimes, 78, Tomahawk (5/16/01).
Obituaries in the May 29, 2001, issue of the Tomahawk Leader include:
- Virginia Allard, 91, Tomahawk, a former school teacher who had farmed and ran a family lumber-sawmill business with her husband, William (5/23/01);
- Milton C. Drott, 85, Elm Grove, long-time summer resident of Tomahawk and retired president of Drott Tractor Co. of Milwaukee (5/9/01);
- Paul A. Heck Jr., 49, Wauwatosa, vice president of Web.It.com and former director of Oasis Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse unit at Sacred Heart Hospital in Tomahawk (5/22/01);
- Sister Mary Sylvina Gleisner, S.S.M., died at St. Clare's Convent, Broken Arrow, Okla., early resident of Tomahawk who was a teacher, began a mission in Brazil and coordinator at St. Clare's until retirement (5/13/01);
- Edward H. Crass Sr., 83, Irma, dairy farmer, formerly employed at Kraft/National Container and former Skanawan town chair (5/22/01);
- Joan M. Zastrow, 66, Tomahawk (5/25/01).
Obituaries in the Aug. 7 2001, issue of the Tomahawk Leader include:
- Robert D. Orcutt, 80, Tomahawk, employed by Owens-Illinois paper mill in Tomahawk for 40 years, retiring in 1986, Tomahawk Historical Society volunteer (8/2/01; funeral 8/6/01);
- John "J.P" Schmit, 81, Tomahawk, arrangements pending with Northwoods Funeral and Cremation Services, Woodruff (8/4/01);
- Donald P. Redmond, 77, Tomahawk, procurement analyst for Department of Agriculture for over 25 years, moved to Tomahawk in 1989 (8/3/01; funeral at 10 a.m. 8/7/01 at St. Mary's Catholic Church);
- Robert F. Getschman, 81, Florida and Tomahawk, supervisor for Snap-on Tools, retiring in 1981 (8/1/01); Christine Ward, 91, Tomahawk, an artist who moved to Tomahawk from Florida five years ago (7/31/01; funeral 8/4/01);
- William T. Frawley, 66, Plymouth, born in Tomahawk and lived in Irma, employed by Allied Van Lines in Milwaukee before retiring in 1974 (7/26/01; funeral 7/30/01);
- Helen (Bronsted) Jensen, 78, New Hope, Minn., born in Tomahawk, veteran of U.S. Navy Waves (7/27/01);
- Sister Mary Rosita Koller, 98, Oshkosh, taught in Tomahawk from 1925-35 (7/12/01);
- Myrtle R. Mueller, 82, formerly of Wausau (7/28/01).
Obituaries in the Nov. 13, 2001, issue of the Tomahawk Leader include:
- Chance Anthony Renn, 1 day old, Harrison; Linda "Lin" Heitschmidt, 40, Tomahawk, who had been battling cancer, rural mail carrier for Tomahawk Post Office, (11/12/01);
- Edward A. Point, 77, Tomahawk, formerly of Chicago, retired lieutenant on the Chicago Fire Department, moved to area in 1978 (11/13/01);
- Dayle Petta, 49, Hayward, formerly of Tomahawk, died following auto accident, 1970 graduate of Tomahawk High School, had worked at Pine Crest Nursing Home, Merrill, employed as certified nurses assistant in Hayward (11/14/01);
- Donald F. Auclair Jr., 40, Lomira, formerly of Hazlehurst, master cabinet maker and builder (10/30/01)
Obituaries in the Dec. 18, 2001, issue of the Tomahawk Leader include:
- Ronald (R.P.) Proctor, 52, Tomahawk, worked at Owens-Illinois Paper Mill for 20 years, purchased former Kas's Lounge in 1989 and opened R.P.'s Lounge (12/9/01);
- Elbridge L. Lane, 82, Tomahawk, worked at Owens-Illinois Paper Mill between 1950-81 (12/15/01; visitation 12/19/01, private services;
- Robert Charles Johnson, 78, Tomahawk, carpenter/contractor, farmer, mechanic in Marshall, moved to Northwoods in 1972, later moved to Grafton and recently returned to Tomahawk (12/13/01);
- Dorothy W. Rezich, 87, Tomahawk, had been self-employed distributor in Chicago area, operated Rivers Edge Inn in Tomahawk 1977-86 (12/15/01).