Lucille M Reiss

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Lucille M

Reiss, Lucille M.
(nee Andree) Formerly of St. Francis, passed away in Alabama on Monday, May 20, 2013, age 86 years. Beloved wife of the late Frederick C. “Fred” Reiss. Dear mother of Greg (Sue), David (Kathy) and Gary (Pam) Reiss. Grandmother of 8 and great grandmother of 15. Also survived by other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her mother and father, Leo and Eva (nee Greig) Andree, a sister Joyce Dix and 2 brothers Jimmy and William Andree.
Visitation Friday, May 24, from 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM at LUTHERAN CHAPEL OF THE CROSS CHURCH, 3353 S. Whitnall Ave., Milwaukee, followed by the Funeral Service at 1:00 PM. Interment Arlington Park Cemetery.
If so desired, memorials to Lutheran Chapel of the Cross or TNT Outreach Ministry appreciated.
Johnson Reiss Klemmer
Scheuerell Tyborski
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Patsy Andree

To my Nephews I send my thoughts and prayers to help you through this time in your lives. My memories are turned back to when me and Uncle Jimmy and family were home on leave. What a great time we all had together. These are beautiful memories and we can always share them with anyone who cares to listen. God Bless you all. Your. Aunt Patsy and Family

Patricia Jennaro

Greg, David & Gary – My condolences to you and your families. Aunt Lucy was a simply super woman who shared her love, good will and generosity to the family and those she interacted with. Her assistance to my parents after they got ill was immeasurable. I have many fun memories of our many get-togethers when we were kids too. Much love to you during this difficult time.
Your cousin,
Patty Jennaro

Karen Simons

Greg, David, Gary & extended families,
I will always remember, with a deep dept of gratitude and sincere appreciation, Aunt Lucy’s warmth, energy and enthusiasm all the times she visited my parents, especially after Mom died and Dad lived alone. Her smiling face, jocularity and optimism were a much-needed lift – and her potato pancakes were great, too! I will treasure my rug and all the memories of her generosity, warmth and caring. She will be affectionately remembered often and greatly missed.
Deepest heartfelt sympathies, Mark & Karen Simons

Shirlee Erickson

Dear Greg,David and Gary,
My mother and I want to express our heartfelt sympathy in the passing of your mom. She was so very special to both of us. So many,many fond memories.You and your families are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Mag and Shirlee

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