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Jeanette E.
Knuth

Jeanette E. Knuth – born August 11, 1928 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the second child of Victor and Ethel (nee Benz) Block. Entered her Heavenly Rest on December 15, 2016 in Milwaukee.
Survived by her dear, loving husband Edward; daughter Cynthia (John) Briggs; son David (Paula) Martin; son Greg (Carla) Martin; son Jay (Paula); daughter Mary Kotowski; son Karl; grandchildren Sarah (Jim) Cmelak, Jim (Debbie) Briggs, Anne (Andy) Fueger, Brett (Katheryn) Martin, Troy (Jackie) Martin, Kyle Martin, Heath (Tiffany) Martin, Sterling Martin, Jessica (Brian) Doebler, Betsy (Ben) Carlovsky, Tim Martin, Kelly (Troy) Schreiner, Jay Knuth, Paul (Janell) Knuth, Nicole Rzepkowski, Emily Kotowski, Kathryn Kotowski; and 22 great-grandchildren.
Further survived by brother Paul (Sandee) Block and sister-in-law Yvonne Block, and many nieces and nephews, in-laws and friends. Preceded in death by brother Richard Block, and sister Shirley Tess and her husband Mel.
Jeanette was a teacher at Forest Home Ave. School for over 40 years where hundreds of children were blessed with her teaching.
A Christian Victory service will be held at Divine Peace Lutheran Church, 3203 S. 76th Street, Milwaukee, on Tuesday, December 20th at 12:00pm with visitation beginning at 10:00am.
In lieu of flowers memorials to Divine Peace Lutheran Church appreciated.

Past Comments

Lisa Kerr

Jeanette, it was always a joy to walk into church and to see your smiling face. Your care and concern for the church family was a joy to see. We are so glad that you are now with your Lord, with no more pain and no more sorrow. See you again someday! Have the most blessed Christmas in Heaven with our Savior King!

James Frailing

My condolences on your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Diane Seeber

I taught with Jeanette at Forest Home Ave. School for many years and she was a wonderful person. We had so much fun playing sheepshead during our lunch hour. Jeanette was kind and thoughtful and never spoke an evil word. She loved her family very much. My condolences to her family and especially to her beloved Ed.

Diane Seeber

Sarah (Briggs) Cmelak

I was a troubled teen. I spent many of my days, being suspended from school, with her and Grandpa.
Grandma was always very patient with me and always kind. She helped me get through my educational struggles.
Grandma was one of the smartest persons I’ve ever known. She had a way to teach even the most difficult student, myself included. I never, ever, saw her lose her temper or get mad.
Grandma had the patience of a saint!
And even to the end Grandma was sharp as a tack!
She always went out of her way to make sure all of her family members, and there were so many of us, felt special.
She knew us all so well and made sure we knew it with her very special and personal (thoughtful) gifts.
I could write a book about what a wonderful person she was!
She will be dearly missed!
I love you Grandma Knuth, Jenny!!!!
Please watch over us, I will see you again someday, and on that day my heart will rejoice!

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