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Ethel Anna
Rozanske

Rozanske, Ethel A. “Ma”
(nee Roettger) Reunited with her husband Gerald on Sunday, February 24, 2013 at the age of 89 years. Loving mother of the late James (Kathy), Steven (Lee Ann), Karen (Dan) Maxey and Thomas. Cherished grandma of the late Michelle, Lauren, Kim, Nicole Maxey and Kristin (Chris) Matysik. Great grandmother of Jocelyn and Blake Matysik. Preceded in death by her siblings Harvey, Margaret and Connie. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Visitation Friday at the FUNERAL HOME from 9-11AM. Followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHRUCH, 12130 W. Center St. at 12PM (Noon). Interment Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials to the Salvation Army appreciated. Ethel was an employee of the Salvation Army for 25 years.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
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6615 W. Oklahoma Ave. 414-321-7440
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Past Comments

Nicole

There were so many wonderful memories – camping every summer, ham & rolls on Sundays, my first Mountain Dew, bingo, going to movies and so much more.Thank you so much for being there for me throughout my life. Love you both ~ Nicole

kristin

A loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She was the most generous person I knew with the biggest heart. I will never forget Saturday bingo and her putting my hair up in curlers. Love you Grandma

Joe Koch (JR)

Ethel (and Jerry) were some of my parents closest friends and part of our extended family and she will be missed

-Joe Koch (jr)

Jenny szymczak

I worked with Ethel on or off for more than twenty years. She was the
nicest, most generous person I ever knew. Her only flaws were not liking cats and chocolate. But then, nobody’s perfect. I will miss her alot.

Jenny Szymczak

Sandy Leverenz

Nicole,

We are very sorry to hear of your Grandma’s passing. I know how much you loved her and how much she meant to you. She was a big part in your life. Keep your memories close in your heart, and speak of her with joy and happiness.

Love,
Sandy & Jeff Leverenz

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