Jaime M. Wisch, Evansville, WI/Steamboat Springs, CO

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October 15, 2015

October 12, 2015

In the early hours of Oct. 12, 2015, Jaime Wisch, 34, of Evansville/Steamboat Springs, CO, took off her armor and laid down her sword as her eight year battle with breast cancer is over. Jaime fought hard until the end, and is now enjoying eternal rest and peace without pain. Jaime’s life was a series of grand adventures, her first starting in 1999, after she graduated from Edgerton High School. By herself she traveled to Norway, to visit a dear friend for several weeks. Ever since, Jaime has lived a life many would envy. She moved to Alaska, to live and work at Denali National Park. The following two years she lived in Montana, and worked at Glacier National Park. Next, it was off to St Thomas Island, in the US Virgin Islands, for a few seasons. However, her true love was Steamboat Springs, CO, where she lived for eight years. During the summers Jaime loved to hike and camp deep in the mountains, and in the winter she snowboarded nearly every day. Jaime worked as a resort restaurant manager on top of a ski mountain. When the spring and fall “mud seasons” came, Jaime traveled to other states to meet up with friends and enjoy the magnificent sights. When Jaime’s cancer progressed to stage four, she moved home and lived with her mother for two years in Evansville. Even then, Jaime continued to travel, taking shorter trips around the state and longer adventures throughout the east coast and Colorado.

Jaime is survived by her mother, Bette Ballard; her brother, Jeff Wisch; her father, Richard Wisch; and her cherished dog, Lilly. She is also survived by many beloved family members and friends. She was predeceased by her mother, Susan Marie Wisch; as well as other close family members and friends.

A Visitation will be held on Friday, Oct. 16, 2015, from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m. at ALBRECHT’S FUNERAL HOME in Edgerton, WI. The Funeral will be held on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015, at Noon at Edgerton’s CENTRAL LUTHERAN CHURCH with a visitation from 11 a.m. until the start of the service.

Jaime has showed us how to live life. Her battle may be over, but her smile will be forever. And for all of us who knew her well, “Keep Calm and Wisch On.”

Albrecht Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Edgerton

1004 S. Main St., 608-884-6010



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