Jacquelyn S. Miller-Peplinski: July 5, 1953 – February 25, 2015

Jacquelyn “Jack” Miller-Peplinski, age 61, of Princeton, passed away on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at the Ripon Medical Center. She was born on July 5, 1953, in Milwaukee, the daughter of Donald and Delores (Lang) Peplinski. She graduated from JI Case High School in Racine. Jacquelyn was very petite, but her heart was twice as big. Her main purpose in life was to make sure her family  and sons were all right and taken care of. Her love for feeding the animals, wild or domesticated, was her daily enjoyment since she lost most of her eye sight to Glaucoma. She contributed to HSSA Animal Society religiously and was infuriated about animal abuse no matter how small, or what the purpose was. “Her Packers” as she called them, was her big source of entertainment and she never missed a game that was televised. She would always call her brother Dan “Bro” and his wife Julie on the phone before and after every Packer game.


She is survived by her two sons: Glenn Rainwater of Racine and Kai Rainwater of Milwaukee; sister, Barbara Jean Sell of Kentucky; two brothers: Daniel (Julia) Peplinski of Lake Geneva, WI, and Dean (Lana) Peplinski of Mesa, AZ; and special friend, John Hankins of Princeton. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother David (Pudgie) Peplinski, sister Michele Jo Peplinski and her special pets, Charlie and Magoo “Baby Girl”.        


Per the wishes of Jacquelyn, no funeral service will be held.

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