Eugene John Stanosz

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Eugene John
Stanosz

Stanosz, Eugene J.
Of Greenfield, WI, died January 15, 2014, age 88 years at Clement Manor Health Care Center after a long illness. Eugene was born Sept. 20, 1925 in Milwaukee, the son of Casmira and Joseph Stanosz. He married Mary Jane Christ at St Francis Xavier Cathedral on Nov. 27, 1947 in Green Bay. Eugene grew up in Milwaukee and was a graduate of Boys’ Technical High School. He attended UW Madison. He served in the army infantry 75th Division during WWII and was a member of the 75th Division Veterans Association, DAV, steward for the CWA, and a member of St Vincent de Paul, St Mary’s. He was a former member of Our Lady of Lourdes and St Mary’s Catholic Faith Community. He was preceded in death by his grandson Patrick Joseph Hoffman, his parents Casimira and Joseph Stanosz, his wife of 66 years Mary Jane, his brother Donald Stanosz, and his sister Dorothy Gleason. Eugene is survived by his brother Leroy. Eugene is further survived by his children Catherine (David) Hoffman,Oshkosh, Greg (Sandy) Stanosz, Milwaukee, Glen (Jo Anne) Stanosz, Madison, and Rev Paul Stanosz, Wauwatosa; his grandchildren Julie (Ryan)Anderson, Amy (Matt) Doll, Michael Stanosz, Mathew (Jamey) Stanosz, and Mary Lynn Stanosz; his great-grandchildren Caden Anderson, Parker Stanosz, Grant Stanosz, and Grayson Doll.
Visitation Sunday, 2:30-4 PM at Clement Manor Health Center Chapel, 3939 S. 92nd St, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 4 PM.
The family would like to thank the staff of Clement Manor and Seasons Hospice for their kindness and compassion. Memorials to St. Vincent De Paul at St. Mary’s Church, Hales Corners appreciated.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Altstadt-Tyborski
Johnson-Reiss-Klemmer
414-281-5533
Guest Book and Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

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