Gloria J. Boelter

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Gloria J.

Boelter, Gloria J.

(nee Gacek) of Franklin. Born to Eternal life on Wednesday, August 7, 2013 at the age of 58. Beloved wife of Michael for 28 years. Loving daughter of Bernadine and the late Reggie Gacek. Sister in-law of Pat (Robert) Boelter-Mundt. Dear aunt of Brian and Matthew Mundt. Daughter in-law of Alice and the late Jack Boelter. Also survived by cousins, other relatives, and friends.
A visitation will be held on Tuesday August 13, 2013 at the FUNERAL HOME from 4:00 pm until the time of the memorial service at 6:00 pm.

Gloria was an employee of Aurora Health Care for over 26 years. In lieu of flowers memorials to the Lewy Body Dementia Foundation are greatly appreciated.


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Past Comments

Linda Luedtke

Gloria was my neighbor in the office next door to mine. She had a great sense of humor and we shared many laughs together. It was always great therapy. I miss those days. Glad you have found peace Gloria and now time to take time for lunch. – LInda Luedtke – Aurora Health Care

Mark A. Frankowski

I met Gloria at St. John Kanty School. I would see her at the Milwaukee VAMC where she worked early in her career. She was a very nice young lady. MY deepest sympathy to her family and friends.
Mark Frankowski

Jeffrey Shovers

I will miss Gloria in so many ways. She was a professional in everything she did for the medical staff at the hospital. She was a pleasure to work with. I am the lucky one to have known her. I will miss both the work Gloria and the after work Gloria. The fun loving golfer!

Linda McKinney

Gloria was a bright light many days with her sense of humor and infectious laugh. I enjoyed working with her and will deeply miss her. She was very special. My sincere sympathies to Mike and her family.

Landy Bonelli, M.D.

I would like to express sincere sympathy on the passing of Gloria. Gloria was an incredible secretary to the medical staff at Aurora West Allis. I was blessed to have been able to work with her over several years as medical staff president. I know that I speak for the president that preceded me and the one who followed me, who have both passed on, that we all were so grateful that Gloria was there helping, advising, and guiding us. I thank God that He put Gloria there for us and that I knew her. Gloria was a blessing to the entire medical staff. Landy Bonelli, M.D.

Bob and Anne Deahl

I will never forget the first time I met Mike’s dear Gloria…we all met for dinner and her bright smile and fun conversation made me instantly warm to her. I know you will miss her dearly, my dear friend. She was a gem. We are all brighter because of her. Blessings Bob and Anne Deahl

Barb Fleming

My thoughts and prayers are with Mike, and all of Gloria’s family and friends. Gloria was my friend and colleague for 20 years at Aurora. I will remember her as a bright, warm hearted, hard working woman with a wonderful sense of humor and a remarkable work ethic. My heart is full of wonderful memories of Gloria. I’m comforted to know she’s in God’s hands, but my heart aches over the loss of this very special person. May she rest in peace.

Barb Fleming


  1. Michael Novak August 16, 2020 at 4:26 pm - Reply

    Knew Gloria from grade school at St. John Kanty. A fun person and very smart. A terrible end do a wonderful person from the old days. RIP Gloria.

  2. Michael Novak August 16, 2020 at 4:27 pm - Reply

    A wonderful classmate at St John Kanty 1968. A tragic to early death. Know she found eternal life with a God. RIP

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