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Celebration of Life
Obituary of Martha G. Hilderbrand
MARTHA GLORY “MARTI” HILDERBRAND died unexpectedly July 8, 2022 due to Covid-related complications. She leaves behind husband, John, and their four children at home, Troy, Lilyetta, Emmett, and Johnna. She leaves behind two additional older girls, Ayrielle and Ashlynn and three grandchildren.
Marti was born on May 1, 1980 to Dolores Suzanne Allen in St. Louis, Missouri. Marti was a beautiful gift to this world. She was so kind, so talented. She had a brilliant mind and a beautiful heart. She was devoted to making the world the most beautiful and accepting place and this is reflected deeply in her children. She adored her husband, John, and she was the luckiest to have that sort of love in her too-short lifetime. She loved her children fiercely, and they love her so in return. This loss is deep and shattering.
Marti was a gifted musician and artist. She had visited 49 of the 50 states and much of Canada. In addition to the beautiful family she and John created, one of her proudest accomplishments was hiking the Appalachian Trail and climbing Mount Katahdin. She was a lifelong learner and completed her masters in education in 2017.
Marti is proceeded in death by her mother, Dolores Suzanne Allen. She is survived by her four siblings, Sara Falch (Philip), Jesse Allen (Missee), Anne Allen and Casey Allen. She is further survived by her nieces and nephews, Claire Allen, Audrey Allen, and Remington Allen, Lane Falch, Levi Falch, Luke Falch, Iestyn Allen and Aneirin Allen.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to GoFundMe at https://gofund.me/c80d66e3 to help support the family during these devastating days.
A celebration of life will take place from 2PM until 5PM at Barrie Park in Fort Atkinson on Thursday, July 14, 2022. Visitation will begin at 2PM with a service to start at 3PM.
Visit www.schneidermichaelisfuneralhome.com to leave a condolence or to place a flower order in Marti’s memory.