Jacqueline E. Ohly, 26, Junction City, traveled home Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018, in Erie, Pennsylvania, as a result of an accident.
She was born Sept. 18, 1991, in Fort Polk, Louisiana, the daughter of, Vicki (Shirek) Landwer, Marshfield, and Dad, Robert Landwer, Junction City, (biological father, Walter Ohly).
Jackie was our gypsy -hippy, from her tattoos, to her piercings, to her dreadlocks. She was our loving and fun “one of a kind”. Jackie was a hard, dedicated construction worker who could drive a skid steer better than any man. She was doing exactly what she loved. Her smile and free spirit was loved by everyone who knew her. Her love was construction work with her Dad Rob and learning the ropes to become the first female supervisor. She adored animals, music, potatoes whenever they were served at family functions, she never laughed without a snort. She also loved Star Wars, her family, especially her little brother, Nathan, and the love of her life, Alec.
Survivors, besides her mother, Vicki, and dad, Robert, include her brother, Nathan Landwer, Junction City; grandparents, Phyllis Shirek, Mosinee, and Kathy and Jim Landwer, Junction City; the love of her life, Alec Klepps, Scandinavia; her aunts and uncles, Tracy and Dane Martin, Mosinee, Wendy Lane, Junction City, Chris and Sara Shirek, Mosinee, Dan and Karla Landwer, Junction City, and TJ Landwer, Junction City, and Sue Landwer, Stevens Point, along with her cousins. She was preceded in death by her grandfather, Frank Shirek, Great-grandparents, Stanley and Betty Marciniak, Frank and Tillie Shirek, Carl and Florence Kramer, Ken and Ruth Landwer, and Ignaz and Maria Ohly, a great-aunt, Patty Kramer, a great-uncle, Chuck Kramer, and an uncle, Michael Landwer.
A celebration of life will be at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, 2018, at Beste Funeral Home, Mosinee. The family will receive friends from 3 p.m. Friday until time of celebration of life at the funeral home. Online condolences can be made at www.bestefh.com.