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OBITUARY | Ashley Ann Calo, 33, of West Bend, WI

February 21, 2024 – West Bend, WI – Ashley Ann Calo, 33, of West Bend Wisconsin, passed away tragically Tuesday, February 13, 2024.


Ashley was born on December 18th, 1990 to Tonia Calo. Ashley deeply loved her son Braxton more than anything. They were inseparable.

Ashley was passionate about raising her son, and wanted nothing but the best for Braxton. She deeply loved her family, friends and the adventures of life. She fought for all that mattered and deeply, fiercely protected those important to her, especially her sister Bella.

She was passionate about the Milwaukee Bucks, loved dogs, especially her Izzy, bonfires and boating with friends and family. Her style, flair and sense of fashion was inspiring and will be remembered by anyone who knew and loved her. Ashley’s beautiful smile was infectious and her energetic personality lit up every room. She will be forever missed and never forgotten.

Ashley is survived by her beautiful boy Braxton; mother Tonia Calo (Joseph Rogge); stepfather Terry Tilson (Kim); sisters Bella Tilson; Ellie Rogge (Danny); brothers Anthony Tilson (Danielle); Steven Tilson; Nicholas Tilson; aunt Jessica Smith (Bob); uncles Rodney Calo (Heidi); Bernardo Calo (Stevie); Antonino Calo (Amie); grandparents Joseph Rogge Sr. (Madeline); stepgrandmother Leah Calo; step-brother John Drascic (Jen); step-sister Jeni Drascic; step-brother Austin Kalata, soulmate sister and her son Kierra Rose and Kan’nyn Bowe, special friend Kadoe along with numerous cousins, relatives and friends. Ashley is preceded in death by her grandmother’s Barbara Krueger, Linda Rogge, and grandfather Jasper Calo.

A Memorial Gathering will be held on Saturday, March 2 from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. at Phillip Funeral Home of West Bend, WI.

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