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Nona Elizabeth

(nee Teichmiller) Our Lord has brought Nona home Sunday, September 4, 2016 at the age of 90.

Nona was born on February 26, 1926 in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin to parents Alfred and Lillian Teichmiller.

She is preceded in death by her beloved husband Edward P. Suminski.

Nona was loved by the Suminski and Teichmiller families, and many nieces, nephews and friends.

Memorial Service 10:00 am Saturday. September 17, 2016 at Holy Cross Cemetery Mausoleum – Chapel

7301 W. Nash St. Milwaukee, WI 53216

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Past Comments

Anthony Suminski

If you ever needed a hug that was given freely then Nona was your source. She was totally selfless and the sweetest person.


I have very fond memories of going with her, Uncle Edward, and Aunt Katie during summers, to a cabin – fishing and playing Gin Rummy, King’s Corner’s. Love ya Aunt Nona

scott & JoJo Teichmiller

we were very fond of aunt Nona and always amazed at her sharp memory, even in the last year or so when we would visit her she was sharp as a knife! when we got married 34 yrs ago she made us a needlepoint, which is still part of our living room. she was never afraid to tackle why 41 and come to fond du lack to visit! we were so happy she kept as independent as she did for so long. we will miss you aunt nona, but now you are finally reunited with uncle Cuban ! Forever in our hearts!!!

Timothy J. Suminski

Aunt Nona was always upbeat and positive. I Enjoyed her beautiful spirit, and a decent bowler.


so tony calls me and says hes up north and nonas non 7 at nite
but barb is there
so I said ill go see her tomorrow
find her room and theres a lady in wheelchair whos not nona
theres also a physical therapist there talking to a lady whos back is to me
I walk in nona turns and says oh steve good to see you
I tell her tony was worried about her non responsiveness
with a twinkle in her eye she says ‘
”oh I was tryin to pull a fast one”

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