Lois Marie Bartsch

Home/Lois Marie Bartsch
obit template2018-11-29T12:10:12+00:00

Lois  Marie
Bartsch

Bartsch, Lois Marie

(nee Stuhr), age 88 Loving wife of Clifford E. Bartsch passed away peacefully on October, 29, 2020.

Lois’s joys in life were her Faith in the Lord, her husband Cliff, and family. Lois’s eyes always sparkled as she told stories and shared pictures of her Children, Grandchildren, and Great Grandchildren.

Lois is survived by her Husband of 69 years, Clifford Bartsch, Proceeded in death by her Son Daniel Bartsch, survived by Daughter in-law Sandy Bartsch, Son David Bartsch,  Daughter Diane Bahringer (Curtis), Grandson Kyle Bartsch (Alex) their children Poppy, Walter, and James, Grandson Ryan Bartsch (Lauren) their children Eila and Clark. Brother Paul Stuhr (Joan) Sister Marion Keibel (the late Armin) Brother in-law Glenn Bartsch (Carrie) Randy Hilgers further survived by adoring nephews, nieces and cousins and friends.

The family requests Memorials be made in Lois’s memory to St. Johns Ev. Lutheran Church 4001 S.68th Street Milwaukee, WI. 53220.

Memorial services to be announced at a later date.

 

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES

414-281-5533

 

 

3 Comments

  1. Marilyn Curtis November 1, 2020 at 8:47 pm - Reply

    When I was orphaned as a child, Clifford and Lois accepted me as part of the family. She had a great sense of humor and I will always remember her laughter. I will always treasure the good times we had at their home on Thanksgiving and Christmas when she was so warm and welcoming and made the best dinners! Rest In Peace, my friend.

  2. Wendy Proeber November 18, 2020 at 10:29 am - Reply

    Our deepest sympathy! They were such wonderful Christian role models! I always enjoyed seeing them in my younger years while at St. John’s. They always had fun with their church friends! Many fun gatherings with my folks! I will miss them and their smiles. I cannot wait to see them again!

  3. Janine (LaPorte) Bamberger November 21, 2020 at 7:16 pm - Reply

    I send my condolences to the whole family for the significant loss you have just had.

    Dave, if you are the one worked with at Elmbrook back in the late ‘70’s, I just want to say that I feel for you. It’s been a year since we lost my mom. Hold your parents close. I’m sure they were very special people.

    Kind Regards,
    Janine

Leave a condolence or share a memory

Go to Top