Mary Jane Stanosz

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Mary Jane 
Stanosz

Stanosz, Mary Jane
(nee Christ) of Greenfield, WI died Nov. 3, 2013 age 87 yrs at Clement Manor Health Center after a long illness. Mary Jane was born Jan. 4, 1926 in Green Bay, the daughter of Anton and Anna (Schoenenberg) Christ. She married Eugene J. Stanosz at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral on Nov. 27, 1947 in Green Bay. Mary Jane grew up in Green Bay and was a graduate of St. Francis Xavier Cathedral School and Green Bay East High. She was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a member of the Delta Zeta Sorority. Mary Jane was a Home Economics teacher at Pius X High School and also a teacher in the Milwaukee Public Schools. She was a former member of Our Lady of Lourdes and St. Mary’s Catholic Faith Community.
She was preceded in death by her grandson, Patrick Joseph Hoffman, her parents Anton and Anna Christ, her brothers Harold, Jack and Clarence and sister Betty Gerlach.
Mary Jane is survived by her husband Eugene. She is further survived by her children: Catherine (David) Hoffman, of Oshkosh, Greg (Sandy) Stanosz, Milwaukee, Glen (Jo Anne) Stanosz, Madison, and Rev. Paul Stanosz, Wauwatosa; her grandchildren: Julie (Ryan) Anderson, Amy (Matt) Doll, Michael Stanosz, Matthew (Jamey) Stanosz and Mary Lynn Stanosz; her great-children: Caden Anderson, Parker Stanosz, Grant Stanosz and Grayson Doll.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Thurs. Nov. 7th at 10:30am at CLEMENT MANOR HEALTH CENTER CHAPEL, 3939 S. 92nd St. Visitation will be held 9-10:30 am. Memorials to the Wauwatosa Community Food Pantry, or the Bishop Bruskewitz Endowment Fund appreciated. The family would like to thank the staff of Clement Manor and Seasons Hospice for their kindness and compassion.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES

Past Comments

Amy

Grandma,
I have so many wonderful memories of time spent with you. You took the time to spend with us and teach us so many things.

Summers were spent going on long walks looking for wildflowers to press between books, special trips to the Milwaukee zoo, swimming in the pool, feeding the horses apples or carrots at the condominium, hunting for those “greenies” with you to play the game we made up at the nearby school.

Winter breaks and spring breaks were visits learning how to knit or sew. I remember the hours and hours you spent letting me practice my sewing on your machine. You had so much patience and were a good teacher. I will never forget all the dresses and outfits you made for me when I was a little girl, and now all the dresses and outfits you helped me to make for special events. I now have these wonderful skills that I can share with my own family thanks to you.

Thank you for always taking the time to come to so many concerts and activities. We had so much support from you.

You are wonderful grandma that will always have a special place in my heart. I love you!

Julie Anderson

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