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Dorothy Marie
Conard

Dorothy Conard, 88, of Pewaukee, WI died peacefully in her sleep on June 4, 2022.

Dorothy was born and raised in Sturgeon Bay, WI. She lived in Oak Creek where she spent many years enjoying gardening, canning, playing bingo, working at Sentry Deli and Zenker’s Greenhouse. She was regularly active as an auxiliary member of the Oak Creek Legion Post 434. In 2009, she and her dog, Sammy, moved closer to family and resided at the Silvernail Apartments in Pewaukee where she spent countless evenings around the table playing Sheepshead with her incredible friends Mark Loui and Muriel Gardner. A special appreciation to Kathryn Franke for her years of dedicated attention to Dorothy, to the office team, and to many helpful friends at her residence.

Dorothy is survived by her brother, Tom Conard (Tracey Gilbert); children, Roxanne Davidowski (Harold) and William Racoma (Nancy Kaleta); six grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband, John Zenker; parents, Joseph and Beatrice Conard; her twin sister, Doris Timmerman; and her brothers, John, Roger, Lawrence, Edwin, Harold, Donald, Norman and Alvin Conard.

Inurnment Memorial Service 11:30 AM, Thursday, June 30, 2022 at Forest Hill Memorial Park – Chapel  3301 E Forest Hill Avenue, Oak Creek, WI 53154

One Comment

  1. Karen Stone June 20, 2022 at 6:15 pm - Reply

    I have so many memories of Aunt Dorothy, particularly spending the summers with her, Roxanne and Billy. She had the best smile. When she worked at the ice cream factory, she brought home ice cream bars for us….and for me that was a huge treat. I remember when she flew into Grand Rapids, MI, and we went to pick her up. Even though she and my mom, Doris, her twin lived states away, they were dressed in the identical taupe suede coat with a mink collar and the same olive green drop earrings. Twins! I will think of her often. My prayers for all who loved her.

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