Gladys B. Ludwig

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Gladys B.
Ludwig

Ludwig, Gladys B.,
(nee Boldt) Entered God’s kingdom on Sunday October 26th, 2014, age 99. Loving wife of the late Louis for 57 years. Dear mother of Tom (Marilyn), the late Ted (Lois), Betty (Ron) Butenhoff. Loving grandmother of John, Debra (Scott) Gillard, Mary (Allen) Gaspervich, William (Wendy), Dan, Steve (Leanne), Amy (Brian) Schwabe, Andrew Anderson, Alan (Brenda) Anderson, Ronald (Amy) Butenhoff, Michael (Jean) Butenhoff, Monique (Gary) Nyman. Great-grandmother of Michael, Matthew, Cory Ludwig, Dustin and Cody Delikat, Kyle and Jacob Gaspervich, Logan and Landon Ludwig, Sawyer and Sydney Kuhrt, Elly, Victoria and Juliana Anderson, Jennifer (Marc) Radloff, Stephanie (Curtis) Zabel, Chase Butenhoff, Calvin, Owen, and Meghan Butenhoff, Matthew Casper, Brittony (Dustin) Rynders, Samantha and Melissa Gillard, Mariah and Jesse Schwabe. Further survived by sister Lois Guhr, and sisters-in-law Florence Ludwig and Marion Mellonig.
Visitation on Wednesday, October 29th from 4-8PM at the FUNERAL HOME, and continued on Thursday, October 30th from 9-11AM at ST. PAUL’S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH, S. 66 W. 14325 Janesville Rd, Muskego. Funeral Service to follow at 11AM at the church. Interment St. Paul’s Cemetery.
Gladys was a lifelong and faithful member at St. Paul’s Ev. Lutheran Church, and a member of the Dorcas Society and Ladies Aid at the church. She was also a member of the Muskego Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary, and belonged to knitting club. She will be dearly missed. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Paul’s Ev. Lutheran Church appreciated.

Past Comments

Gospel Gary

“Mrs. Ludwig”, as I knew her when I worked at “The Station” (Ludwig Brothers Enco Service Station), was always a picture of decency & respect. I recall one Saturday evening while I was working, she came in and picked up some sundry items (I think her & Mr. Ludwig were hosting a card party) and as she left I jokingly asked her if she wanted me to write that on her account, to which she replied with a smile: “Oh, why don’t you just write it on ice and we’ll let the sun settle it.” She always made you feel warm inside. I look forward to meeting her in Glory one day soon…and by the shed blood of Jesus Christ, I will. Psalm 116:15 Gary Hayden

Bill Loos

My sincere condolences to Gladys’ family. I met her in the early 70s when I worked at her family’s Enco station. She was always kind and friendly, a classy lady. I will be praying for God’s comfort for you.

Jean Boldt O'Beirne

In all my memories of the Boldt family, Gladys was always there with her big beautiful smile. In all the photo of family get together she was there. These could be holidays and family celebrations, such as Grandpa Boldt’s July birthdays. On some these occasions, I remember being laughed at for my ignorance and excitement about normal farm activities. For example, bringing an uncooperative new born calf up from the pasture to the barn and although Gladys laughed with the others, she was always beside me protecting me, aiding and explaining on these exciting new occasions.

Although Gladys quit teaching when she married, more evidence of her patient and helpful nature was the fact that some of her former students visited her through the years including quite recently.

Writing this brings back happy memories and and my dear friend and cousin is always there, Though when we married and distance, work and families prevented maintaining that closeness, the memories and feeling of friendship remained. So in recent years I am so glad we had a chance to see each other again and have some good years of exchanging letters. I will miss her.

Please accept my condolences to Gladys family and friends,

Jean Boldt O’Beirne

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Catherine Rice

Betty and Family

I also remember your mother as smiling. My deepest sympathy.

Catherine (Nieman) Rice

Cindy Hayden

Gladys Ludwig Family,

I just wanted to say there wasn’t a time that I didn’t think of Gladys and smile. She always had a special place in my heart. Such a kind, loving, honest woman. I am so glad I was blessed to know her. I am so sad for your loss. Best regards, Cindy Hayden

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