Jean R. Gengler

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Jean R.

Gengler , Jean R.
“Mamma Jean” (nee – Imilkowski). July 9, 2013 age 67 years. Beloved wife of Joseph Gengler. Loving mother of Joyce (Craig) Stuesse and Julie Gengler. Dearest sister of Joseph (Adrianne) Imilkowski, the late Judy Nadboralski and JoAnn (Ron) Gorski. Sister-in-law of John (Connie) Gengler. Further survived by nieces, nephews other relatives and many good friends. Visitation Monday July 15, 2013 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the funeral home. Funeral Service at 7:00 PM. Interment 9:00 am Tuesday at Southeast Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Retired employee of Milwaukee Public Schools – (Juneau). In lieu of flowers memorials to St. Lucas Ev. Lutheran Church or the charity of your choice appreciated.

3801 S. Howell Ave 414-744-7039
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jamie koepp

Joe, Jean and I shared a lot of laughs during my short time at Juneau. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jamie Koepp

Mary Wincapaw

My prayers are with you Joe and your family at this difficult time. I worked with Jean at Juneau from 2001 until closing. Mary Wincapaw-White

Patsie Kieliszewski

She was a unique individual, a one-of-a-kind. She loved you, and you knew it because she bossed you around like she owned you. That was her charm, and we’ll all miss it. Papa, Julie, and Joyce, you’re in our thoughts and prayers always.
Jim & Patsie

michael lindemeyer

Julie and family- we were saddened to hear of the loss of your mother. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. -Michael Lindemeyer and Lori Jameson

Kathy Bertrandt

Dear Joe, Julie, Joyce, and Craig,

Our deepest condolences on the loss of a good friend. Looking back on our years, the memories flowed. Of course, Juneau, but, sheepshead tournaments, Kozie’s, River Bend, and just the get togethers. Joe, you are a wonderful husband and father. You can be comforted with the fact that you were over and above a loving person. I will always remember Jean with upmost fondness.

Kathy and Tim Bertrandt

garry will

I’m so sorry for your loss Joe. I was able to buy Mamma Jean’s Shortster . That was a 1992 red sportster. My first Harley . It changed my life , for the better . She wanted to sell it to someone who would really enjoy it . Thanks Mamma Jean.

John Alioto

The family has my deepest sympathy in this tough time. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Jean will be deeply missed. If you need anything don’t be afraid to give a call. Sincerely the Alioto’s

Kevin Woldt

Joe and Family: Jean was a wonderful lady. She was full of life. I am sure she is resting in a better place now. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.


Kevin, Kim, Cameron and Callyn Woldt

Kym Gengler

Lit a candle in memory of Jean R. Gengler

Judy Pendleton

Papa Joe, Julie and Joyce.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the 3 of, Jean will be greatly missed.,
I remember all the times I worked with her at the bike shows, poker parties and colorama and she always made me laugh. I enjoyed every moment and always looked forward to those times. I have so many wonderful memories with her and the Three of you. I know that she will always be with all of us in our Hearts.

Hugs, Judy and Chip

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