Marybeth Mrotek

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Marybeth 
Mrotek

Mrotek, Marybeth
(Nee Jodat) Born September 9, 1947 and passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her beloved family on Monday January 13, 2014 at the age of 66 years after a courageous 13 year battle with breast cancer. She will be dearly missed by her husband of 47 years Gary. Marybeth was a stay at home mom for her 2 children Nicole and Josh for 15 years. Marybeth worked 22 years for Northwestern Mutual as an IS Specialist and retired in 2009. She loved to fish, cook, read and spend time with her grandchildren Mikayla, Troy, Nicholas, Nolan, and Angela who all where her pride and joy. She is also survived by her bother Jim Jodat and daughter in law Sheila (Hogan) Mrotek. Daughter of the late Julius and the late Sylvia Jodat. Further survived by nieces, other relatives and friends.

A Memorial Gathering will be held Sunday at the FUNERAL HOME from 1-4PM
with a Memorial Service at 4PM, reception to follow. In lieu of flowers memorials to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Special thank you to Dr. Brenda Pierce and her staff at West Allis Memorial Hospital.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Johnson-Reiss-Klemmer-Scheuerell-Tyborski
9200 S. 27th Street 414-761-2750

Past Comments

Delores Hablewitz

Gary and Family,

I was so sad to hear of your loss. Even though we lost touch I have very fond memories of great times we all had together in the old neighborhood (sneaking into Zimmerman’s pool in the wee hours of the morning).Please know that you are wished peace and comfort through your beautiful memories of her life.

Warmest Regards. Delores Hablewitz

Pat Stoiber

Dear Gary

You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

With Love,

Pat Stoiber

Nick Radmer

I remember Marybeth as the cool big sister of my best friend Jim. When Jim and I were like age 11 or 12 Marybeth was 17 and she had her driver’s license. She always had the bubblegum music on loud when she would give us rides somewhere. When a good song would come on she would tap on the brakes to the beat of the music in order to make us start laughing. My condolences to Marybeth’s family and Jim.

Nick Radmer
nickradmer@gmail.com

Nancy Lindberg

Gary: Marybeth was my best friend when we both lived on Taylor Ave. We hung around the way adolescents do and even took my little sister on a school hayride with us. And I was surprised and delighted when she became engaged to you. I knew you as a kid in the neighborhood on 13th Street where my family lived before moving to Bay View. Lost touch with Marybeth–the last time a saw her she was strolling with her new baby on Taylor Avenue. My deepest sympathies to you and your family. Nancy Lindberg (Dombrowski)

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