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Deloris M. Huse

Deloris M. Huse

March 26, 2020

Deloris M. Huse went home to be with the Lord on March 26, 2020. She was surrounded by family at her home of 80 years. She was born on February 7, 1940, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin to Chris and Emma Mattison. She graduated from Memorial High School in 1958. Deloris married Ronald Huse on October 28, 1960. She worked at McDonald’s for many years and later was housekeeper of Grace Lutheran Church in Eau Claire. She had a strong and unwavering faith in God and was a life-long member of Grace Lutheran Church.

Deloris loved being with her family and spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren whether it was at family gatherings or Wrigley Field watching her beloved Chicago Cubs. She will be remembered for her beautiful smile, sense of humor, and infectious laughter. She had a love of baking treats and making lefse with her family. Deloris also loved collecting beautiful cardinal décor and could be found cheering on her Chicago Cubs all summer long. She loved to take day trips and long vacations with her sons, grandchildren, and family.

Deloris is survived by her husband and best friend, Ronald; her three sons, Chris (Ruth), Robert, and Timothy (Angela) Huse; eight grandchildren, Amy (Nathan) Ward, Staci (Kyle) Moldenhauer, Eric Huse (Olivia), Preston, Hayden (Samantha), Tyler, Austin and Heaven Huse; six great-grandchildren, Brynna Ward, Carsen, Kaylee, Norah and Eli Moldenhauer, and Elijah Huse; one sister, Muriel (Al) Gould; two brothers-in-law, Gerry (Jan) Huse and Chuck Huse; and many nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Deloris was preceded in death by her parents, Chris and Emma Mattison; four brothers, Orvin, Charles, Chester, and Robert; sister and brother-in-law, Alice & Stan Semingson; and her great-grandson, Bradley.

Plans for a celebration of life service are pending due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Deloris’ family extends its sincere gratitude and thanks to Pastor Phillip Ruge-Jones, Mayo Clinic Health Hospice, and the nurses and staff of Mayo Clinic-Eau Claire 3rd Floor.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given in Deloris’ name to Grace Lutheran Church or Feed My People Food Bank.

Chippewa Valley Cremation Services – Celebration of Life Center in Altoona is serving the family.  


Due to the COVID-19 situation, services will be held later.

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In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given in Deloris’ name to Grace Lutheran Church or Feed My People Food Bank.


  • Heaven Huse I am deloris Huse granddaughter and I remeber I would go to her house almost every day after school and I would always get picked on and made fun of and she made me happy and got my mind off things and she knew how to make those kids stop and would talk to them if she had to. She was my rock and she was the reason I didn’t kill my self I will stay strong for you grandma I love you grandma! :)

    July 18 at 1:05pm

  • Sue McMahon Klein Deloris was a grade school and high school friend. I worked in the Booster Office with her in our Jr, & Sr. year. Did she ever tell you about our having to take a lie detector test? What an experience. We both passed. What a wonderful friend she was. Sorry for your loss, Sue McMahon Klein

    June 29 at 3:37pm

  • Cindy Vold Ron and Family, I am so sorry to hear about Deloris's passing Your Family were wonderful neighbors to Mom and myself when we lived next door to you. May she rest in peace. She was a wonderful lady and enjoyed are visits.

    April 17 at 7:54am

  • Bobbi Jo Toy Dear family; I was so sorry to learn that Deloris was sick and then passed away. She truly was a delightful woman. My earliest memories of her was when my dad was dating Muriel and I was just a young girl in grade school. She always welcomed me into her home with a smile and like I was one of the family. She kept that attitude towards me all through the years. Each time Deloris would see me, I was greeted warmly and she’d asked me how things were going, etc. I could not help but notice the love she had for her family ~ her late mother, her husband and children and her growing family. It was a beautiful thing to witness. I will never forget her laugh and beautiful smile. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Warmly, Bobbi Jo Toy (Al & Muriel’s Daughter)

    April 12 at 3:09AM

  • Judy Jaskowski So sorry about Grandma House. May she rest in peace. Our sympathy. Judy, Jake and Lena

    April 11 at 8:00PM

  • Sabrina schumann I am terribly sorry for your loss. Deloris was a special woman and will be missed. May you find comfort in the many warm memories you have of her.

    April 11 at 6:42PM

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