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Paulette Jean
Petropoulos

(Nee Hoepfner) Of Greendale. Born to Eternal Life unexpectedly on Thurs. Nov. 3, 2016, age 52 years. Beloved wife of Timothy. Sister-in-law of Nikki(Marty) Ring. Proud aunt of Sofia and Nicholas. Daughter of the late Pauline(Nee Stivers) Sesolak and the late Neil Hoepfner. Niece of Janet Johnson and Charlotte Stivers. Further survived by close cousins, relatives and many, many dear friends.

A visitation will take place on Sat., Nov. 12, 2016 at the FUNERAL HOME from 11AM until the time of Memorial Service at 1PM. Private interment Arlington Park Cemetery.

Paulette was proud to have worked for over 30 years at AT&T. She was also an avid sports fan and volunteered many hours for many different groups. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Milwaukee Hunger Task Force or to the charity of your choice appreciated.

Past Comments

Laura Nordyke

Paulette will be very much missed by all of her colleagues at AT&T. She was passionate about her work, her team and with life. My thoughts and prayers are with Paulette and her family.

Kathy Marinello

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Ruth Davis

Sincere condolences to the family of Paulette Jean. I’m saddened by the loss. May the God who gives peace comfort your hearts. Ps. 46:1

Eileen Mc Ginnis

I worked with Paulette many years ago at AT&T. She was one of the sweetest people I know. Prayers and sympathies to her family.

Paula Rouleau

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Debbie Lang

Paulette was a good friend who I got to know when we became charter members back in 2000 with the Women of AT&T organization. She followed the group’s mission in helping our community through the wonderful job she did over the years raising funds for the many, many charities that we supported.

Paulette, I will miss your smile and laugh, and even your stubbornness. 🙂
I will cherish our friendship and our lunch time rendezvous at Ferch’s ice cream parlor.

Love you Paulette.

Debbie

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