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Passed away on March 1, 2008. Born in Juneau co. Wis. She was the daughter of Sydney and Pansy Delaney. She was preceded in death by a son Jeffery Voltz, four sisters: Shirley Delaney, Leona Gordon, Rosemary North and Laveta Brooks and four brothers: Harold Delaney, Gardner (Ted) Delaney, Richard Delaney and Harley Delaney.
Those left to cherish her memories are her husband, Earl Voltz, thre sisters: Leota (Cecil) Hancock, Joyce (Leonard) Fike and Carol (Ron) Fike, all of Wisconsin. Garland (Dorothy) Delaney of Oregon. Three sons: John (Cindy) Voltz, EArl (Deona) Voltz, and Tom Voltz. Four daughters: Sallay (Gary) Bourgeault, Kentucky,Teresa (John) Bosio-North Carolina, hope ( James) Skripsky-Minnesota and Kim (Roy) Handy-Missouri. She had 20 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. She was also survived by numerous neices and nephews. Funeral Services were held March 5, 2008.
Memorial donations to help with funeral expenses may be sent to the family at Teresa Bosio, 425 Creek Road.Franklin, NC. 28734
Eight years of probation and one year in the County Jail were ordered for Vivian I. Anderson, 44.6550 54 ave., convicted in July of aggravated battery with a weapon for the July 1986 gunshoot wounding of a boyfriend.
In granting probation, Judge Jerold Breitenbach stayed a 10-year prison term and orderd Anderson to serve the jail term under a work or school release program.
It was Anderson's second jury trial in connection with the shooting of a 32 year old Michael Hoey, Kenosha, in her home last year. Anderson was found guilty.
In a September 1986 trial, Breitenbach dismissed a charge of attempted first degree murder, rulin that the state had failed to prove all the elements of the crime.
The district attorney's office then filed the aggravated battery charge.
Breitenbach, in sentencing Anderson, said it was "pureluck" that she had not killed Hoey when she fired at him with a .22 caliber pistol after an argument. He said he disapproved of both the lifestyle of the defendant and the activities of the victim, who allegedly was abusive to her.
The year in jail , the judge said, was intended to show others that the use of a gun to settle differences must be punished. She will serve the full year in County Jail.
Prisoners are being released early because of crowded prison conditions, so Breitenbach said the County Jail term is the same as receiving a four-year prison term.
A jury of seven men and five women is hearing the attempted first degree murder trial of 43-year old Vivian I. Anderson, 6550 54 ave.The trial began Monday n Judge Jerold Breitenbach's court and the case is expected to go to the jury for verdict today.
Anderson is charged with the july 13 gunshot wounding of a former boyfriend, Michael Hoey, 31, 8717 10th Place, at her home. Hoey recovered from his wound after being shot in the abdomen with a .22 caliber pistol.
The prosecution contends that after an argument with Hoey, the defendant went into her daughter's bedroom and got the pistol, telling thedaughter she was going to shoot the victim.
On the stand today, Anderson denied that, saying got the gun because Hoey "was more violent" thanin previous arguments and "threatened to kill me ..tried to strangle me."