Lorraine Mae Simon

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Lorraine Mae

Simon, Lorraine Mae
(nee Fischer) Sunday August 17, 2014 at the age of 87 years. Beloved wife of the late Richard W. Loving mother of Lin (Alan) Wollschlager and Ric (Gail). Grandmother of Jeff (Angie), David (Lotus), Nicole (fiancé Justin), and Shantelle. Great-grandmother of Jacob, Ian, Kaden, and Audrey Joy. Aunt of Gary (Joan), Randy (Debi), and Vicky (Dan). Also survived by other relatives and friends.
A visitation will be held Thursday, August 21st from 4-7PM at ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH; 1415 Dopp St, Waukesha. Visitation continues Friday from 9:30-10:30AM at the Church with a Funeral Service at 10:30AM and a luncheon to follow. Committal Service Friday, 2:30PM at Arlington Park Cemetery; 4141 S. 27th St, Greenfield. Please meet at the front gate of the cemetery.
Lorraine was proud to have been a 1946 graduate of Bayview High School and to have worked in her early years as a Medical X-ray Technician. “Mom” to many of Sing Out Milwaukee-Up With People. She was a founding member of the Martin Luther High School Ladies Guild and Rummage Sale and former employee of Milwaukee County Bank. Devoted and loving mother to the Christian upbringing of her children. Proud owner of her great-grandson’s Little League Gameball and Grandma #2 to many.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to Martin Luther High School, Ascension Lutheran Church Good Samaritan Fund, or AngelsGrace Hospice appreciated.

Past Comments

Jim Stukel

Peace, Love and Blessings to all Lorraine’s family. I just wanted you all to know that I will miss my Sunday morning HUGS. I will always treasure your warmth and love.
Sweet Dreams Lorraine.
Jim Stukel

Mark Montemurro

Our deepest sympathy to the Simon and Wollschlager families. I had the pleasure of meeting grandma Lorraine at many of Jacob’s Little League games. She was truly a great supporter of her great grandson. She defintely earned the game ball for devotion and love for the game and sat through some cold baseball nights. She will be truly missed and our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Coach Marlk and Diane Montemurro and the entire Schlax Family

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