Pauline M Kasper

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Pauline M

Kasper, Pauline M.
(nee Daub) Thursday July 11, 2013 age 94 years. Beloved wife of the late Karl Kasper. Loving mother of Pauline (Thomas) Szofer, and David (Mary) Kasper. Dear grandmother of Kelly (Kent) Bishop, Ian (Candace) Kasper, Marlo (Chris) Chase, Emily Kasper, and Solomon (Amanda) Kasper. Cherished great-grandmother of Edie. Sister of Edward (Liba) Daub. Also survived by loving nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
A Memorial Service will be held Monday, August 26, at 4:30 PM at GREENDALE COMMUNITY CHURCH, 6015 Clover Lane, Greendale.
Mrs. Kasper was a long time Math teacher at Greendale High School.
In lieu of flowers memorials in her name to Greendale Community Church.

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Joanne Guendel

Pauline was always very kind to my family and me. She always had a gracious greeting with a kind word. We were always seated near her in Church and enjoyed the fellowship with her before and after the service. Pauline and I shared a love of cooking and sewing and between us had exchanged a number of recipes and sewing tips. My deepest sympathy to her family. She spoke of you often. We will miss her presence. Joanne Guendel

Dan Lagerman

I had Mrs. Kasper for geometry at Greendale High School in 1958-1959. Her fellow teachers called her Polly. I never forgot the special nature of the 3 – 4 – 5 right triangle. I never forgot Mrs. Kasper. Rest in peace.
Dan Lagerman, Class of 1961.

Dennis C. Olson

Mrs. Kasper was my geometry teacher at GHS. She helped my understanding, of the connection between Art and Shapes, through geometry. I took what she gave me, and turned it into a line drawing of an Owl. She liked it so much, she asked for a copy. I couldn’t refuse. She was one of the kindest, gentlest, persons I have ever known and I will miss her. My heartfelt condolences to her family and close friends . Sincerely, Dennis C. Olson

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