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Jean E.
McInerny

McInerny, Jean Elizabeth
(Nee McMullen) 90, passed away peacefully Saturday evening, November 12, 2016, under the loving watch of her family. She is survived by her devoted husband Raymond Sr., and her two sons Raymond Jr. (Mary) and Paul (Carol). Jean will be greatly missed by her grandchildren: Kathleen (Frank) Witkowski, Elizabeth (Kurt) Russell, Thomas (Lauren), Colleen, and Kevin, as well as her great-grandchild Madeline Witkowski. Through the years, her favorite activity was attending their athletic games and witnessing their other accomplishments.

Natives of Minneapolis, Jean and Ray married in 1948 and shortly thereafter moved to the Milwaukee area. Born in 1926, she is the daughter of Marcellus and Marie (nee Conway) McMullen. Her siblings were Thomas (Kay), Rita (Paul) Moran, Raymond (Marge), and Marcellus “Butch” (Pat). All preceded her in death except for Pat. Jean is sister-in-law to Roger (Lou), the late Ralph (the late Connie), Dennis, the late Austin (the late Cecilia), Mary Margaret (the late Patrick) Williams, Theresa (Michael) Coulombe, Maurice (Diane), and the late Stephen (Margaret); and daughter-in-law to the late Austin and Vivian (Rush). Jean is loved by her numerous nieces and nephews.

Jean prayed the Rosary daily. She worked for 17 years as vice president of McInerny Art Studio handling business operations. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Holy Apostles Parish (16000 W. National Ave.) on Thursday, November 17, at 11 am. The family will be receiving friends and family at Holy Apostles prior to the Mass from 9 to 11 am. Interment at Holy Apostles Church Cemetery will be held at a later date.

Memorial gifts are requested to Holy Apostles Grade School where all of her grandchildren attended and where her great-granddaughter is currently enrolled.

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