MaryAnn Mortl

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Mortl, MaryAnn,
(nee Knoll) Found peace on Monday, July 28, 2014, age 79. Beloved wife of David. Loving mom of Paul (Debra), Cynthia (Jason) Lohrey, Sharon (Paul) Kieselhorst, James (Diane), Robert (Lisa), Kathleen (Gregory) Warchol. Adoring grandma of Eric (Alyssa), Alex, Emily, Kelly (Paul), Rebecca (Anthony), Sara, Kaitlyn, Alyssa, Christian, Stefan, Megan and Daniel. Great-grandma of Tanner and Jaxton. Sister of Patricia Gressle, the late Robert (Mary) Knoll, and the late Judith Cieslak. Also survived by step-grandchildren and step-greatgrandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation Thursday July 31st, 2014 at ST. LUKE CATHOLIC CHURCH, 18000 W. GREENFIELD AVE, BROOKFIELD, from 3:30-5:45PM. Mass of Christian burial to follow at 6PM. Entombment Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
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Craig Pelnar

Dear Cindy and Family:

My most sincere and heartfelt condolences to all of you at this time of loss. I will keep you in my prayers for God to send you Peace and Healing…

Craig Pelnar

Kathy Mittelsteadt

To my dear friend Cindy, my heart and prayers to you and your family. The first time
I met your mother, I thought she was funny, told me a few stories, and was a wonderful
person. I also felt I knew her for the last 15 or so years I’ve known Cindy, because she always talked and told stories of her mom. She will surely be missed. Just remember all the good memories and stories to tell.

God bless her, she’s at peace.


Kathy Mittelsteadt

kenneth cieslak

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Patty Gressle

Mary Ann was my big sister who, for all my life, was there to take care of me (even when she had her own 6 children). She was always available with a smile, a laugh, a hug, a word of confidence (which God knows I needed). I always wanted to be just like her as I saw her so pretty and going to work at the Gas Company, her learning to drive, getting married to her best friend, having a family, learning to sew, cook, be happy and content. At yearly “sister” outings, Mary Ann and Judy had to endure wearing the Sister shirts I bought for all of us to represent our sisterhood and I think she finally learned to enjoy that or she did it just for me, which would be just like her to do. She would “do” for anyone but even with all that generosity she showed, God gave her physical ailments that she endured over and over. But even with the pain she endured, she never gave up on God’s Will for what he had in mind for her. I know that He has her with Him now with no more pain but only sunlight and happiness. She will now be a guardian angel for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and in my heart, I know she’s still looking out for me…. because she’s my big sister. I will always love her and if I can show half the strength she’s shown in her life, I know she’ll be proud of me.


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