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Mildred Lowitz

May 12, 1938 December 30, 2018
Mildred Lowitz
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Obituary for Mildred Lowitz

Mildred Lowitz (nee Stadler) of Saukville, WI passed away peacefully on December, 30th 2018 at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton, WI.
Mildred Was born on May 12, 1938 in Milwaukee Wi to Alois and Agnes Stadler (Friday). She was the middle of five sisters. She attended both Custer and MLK high school in Milwaukee WI and graduated in 1956.
She worked several jobs, including Woolworths Department Store in Milwaukee.
Mildred was married on May, 4th, 1963 to Melvin C Lowitz, her husband and companion of 55 years. She resided as a mother and homemaker at their family farm in the town of Saukville. She enjoyed gardening and family get-togethers. She be will deeply missed.
She is survived by her husband, Melvin Lowitz and was a beloved mother of, Melvin Lowitz Jr., Kim Kraus and Marty (Barbara) Lowitz. Beloved grandmother of, Daniel, Jaime, Nicholas, and Matthias Lowitz. Along with sisters, Joan Kloehn, Mary (Paul) Oleinik, and Jackie (David) Meinholz . Further survived by nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father Alois Stadler, her mother Agnes Stadler (Friday), sister, Marjorie Anheier, brothers-in law, Joseph Anheier and Marvin Kloehn, and nephew, Joseph Anheier Jr.
A private ceremony will be held at Union Cemetery in Saukville. A Celebration of Life party is being planned to commemorate her life, date and time to be determined.


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