Family and friends will gather
Saturday, January 21 from 10-11 am at
ST. MATTHEW CATHOLIC CHURCH (in the Little Brick Church)
9303 South Chicago Road Oak Creek, WI 53154. Funeral Mass to follow at 11:00 am.
Przybyla, Margaret M. “Marge”
Reunited with her loving husband, Joseph on Thursday, January 5,2023 age 100 years. Loving mother of Diane Pommerich (formerly Branaman). Proud grandmother of LeRoy Branaman, Lance (Carrie) Branaman, Paul (Sarah) Pommerich and Cory Pommerich. Further survived by great grandchildren, 5 great great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.
Margaret was preceded in death by her parents, Michael and Antoinette Karczewski, nine brothers and three sisters.
Family and friends will gather on Saturday, January 21 from 10-11 am at ST. MATTHEW CATHOLIC CHURCH (in the Little Brick Church), 9303 South Chicago Road Oak Creek, WI 53154. Funeral Mass to follow at 11:00 am.
Private entombment St. Adalbert Cemetery.
Marge was a former employee of Nordberg/Rexnord.
In lieu of flowers, memorials in her memory to St. Jude Hospital or the charity of your choice appreciated.
Our deepest sympathy to Diane, Leroy, Lance, Paul and Cory, and the entire family of Margie.. May she rest in peace in the heavens above. May all your loving memories ease your loss in the days and weeks ahead.
Our deepest condolences to Diane, Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren & loved ones. She was a fun loving Aunt filled will kindness & laughter that will be greatly missed. Aunt Marge was a wonderful Aunt & Godmother to her nephew Ron. She’s now reunited with Uncle Joe & family & we can picture the Przybyla siblings & family dancing & laughing as they once did while here with us.
Deepest Sympathy to Diane & Loved Ones,
Ron & Mary Jane Przybyla
Our deepest condolence for the family.. Aunt Marge will always have a special place in our hearts. She was a gem! Aunt Marge was full of kindness!
Beautiful memories we shared when she came to California and we were acting as tourist in San Francisco. Manhattan happy hour with Mildred Karr! We loved to visit her when we were in town. Always making a point to have one to two days for a lunch and early dinner. She was always a great hostess supplying our favorite summer sausage! On her recent birthday party, she said she was ready for another California visit. She also always remembered us on our birthdays with birthday cards. We are going to miss those birthday cards.
Wishing the family peace, comfort, courage and lots of love at this time of sorrow.
Our deepest condolences go out to Diane, Leroy, Lance and the rest of the family.
Aunt Marge was such a sweet and fun lady! We feel blessed to have been able to visit her 2 years ago and enjoy her favorite Manhattan and Friday Fish Fry with her.
Aunt Marge – Please tell Uncle Joe how much Mike still laughs about the time Uncle Joe got all the kids to ride the Big Dipper roller coaster in Santa Cruz and how you were not having any part of it!
Aunt Marge and Mildred Karr can both look down now and laugh at the time they visited our house and a family of ducks took refuge in our swimming pool. They came over every day to feed those ducks, refusing to let us shoo them away..
Many, many fond childhood memories with Aunt Marge, Uncle Joe, my grandparents and ,my parents. I’m sure they are all up in heaven sitting around the poker table again..
With sympathy and love,
Mike and Lisa Karr