Carmen Roraff, Onalaska High School Athlete WI unexpectedly passed away

Carmen Roraff, La Crosse Onalaska High School Athlete WI unexpectedly passed away

Carmen Roraff an Onalaska High School Athlete WI unexpectedly passed away on Wednesday, May 31. 2023. according to a report. Carmen was a resident of La Crosse, Wisconsin, she was also a member of Onalaska High School – Girls’ Varsity Softball. The cause of death has not been made known to the public.

This is a developing story.

Onalaska High Schoo

On a plot of land presently surrounded by Main Street, King Street, Fourth Street, and Fifth Street, Onalaska’s first public high school was founded in January 1890. The school’s inaugural graduating class consisted of three students, and its mascot was a red and white Viking. The school used red and white as its colors. A replacement edifice was erected on the same site in 1896 after the old structure was destroyed by fire in 1895.

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All of the students in the Onalaska public school system were transferred to the area that had previously been occupied by the La Crosse County School of Agriculture in 1924 after yet another fire completely destroyed the new building. The school started using the purple and white colors in the 1940s, and soon after that, it earned the moniker “Hilltopper.”

This was caused by the school’s setting, which was jokingly referred to as “Heaven on a Hill.” In 1970, a further brand-new building had to be built due to the growing student population.

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CARMEN MARY GROTEN, of Lethbridge, beloved daughter of Wilhelmina Groten and the late Antonius Groten, passed away peacefully at St. Michael’s Health Centre – Palliative Care Unit, on Saturday, May 6, 2023, at the age of 57 years.

Carmen Mary Groten was born June 21, 1965, to Antonius (Tony) and Wilhelmina (Minnie) Groten. She grew up on the farm between Barons and Nobleford with seven brothers and one sister.

The family was Carmen’s safe place. Here she found love, hope, and a sense of purpose. She had an amazing memory for birthdays, anniversaries, and family phone numbers. Carmen was a part of every family celebration and gathering and she rejoiced at the birth of every niece and nephew. She thrived and came to life in her role as Auntie Carmen. Her dry wit, sense of humor, and generous heart will always be cherished. Carmen had a gift for bringing out the best in everyone she met, and we are richer for it. We are all a bit more compassionate, patient, understanding, tolerant, and loving because we know Carmen.

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