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Rosalie Jean
Kwiecinski

Kwiecinski, Rosalie J.
(Nee Rausch)
Walked with Jesus into heaven on October 13, 2016, at the age of 85. Beloved wife of the late Leonard Kwiecinski. Loving mom of Jean Ellen (Mark) Hansen, Christy (the late Eugene) Miller, Dawn (Gary) Graham, Leslie (Brian) Wyrowski. Proud grandma of Amy (Matthew) Bremmer, Michael Buelow, Amanda and Megan Miller, the late Kimberly Graham, Andrew and Jennifer Graham, Pamela (Benjamin) Roesch, Nathan, and B. Patrick Wyrowski. Great grandmother of Kayla, Gianna, Carsen and Maddex. Dear sister of Darlene (Lawrence) Olejniczak, Karen (Robert) Michaels, and cousin of Barbara (the late Fayette) Jacobs. Rosalie was preceded in death by her parents Edward and Kathlyn Rausch; and brother Edward Rausch II. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
We are very grateful for all the caregivers that supported Rosalie in her journey, especially Pam and Kayla Stencel, Virginia and Lisa.
Rosalie served as president of the Ladies Service Guild, and President of the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League. She was a Sunday School Teacher, choir member, youth counselor, Bethel Bible Teacher, and teller. She participated in the Walther League, Stewardship Committee, Retirement Banquet, Evangelism Committee, Mother/Daughter Banquet, St. Paul’s Ladies Aid, Widows Group and many more ministries. A retired Chaplain from St. Joe’s Hospital, Rosalie was proud to have been the first female Missouri Synod Lutheran Lay Chaplain in the state of Wisconsin.
A visitation will be held Tuesday October 18th at ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH, 7821 West Lincoln Ave., West Allis, from 1-2PM with a funeral service at 2PM. Entombment to follow at MT. OLIVET CEMETERY.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Paul’s Lutheran School Tuition Assistance Program or Radio Ministry are appreciated.
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Past Comments

Wayne Leibitzke

First and foremost Rosalie was a women who loved and followed her Lord and Savior Christ Jesus. It is a comfort to my wife, Peggy, (who Rosalie introduced me to some 29 years ago this month) and I that she is now with her heavenly Father and will never know pain or sorrow again. We both look forward to the day when we will be reunited with her. Our prayers are for the family as they mourn the loss of Rosalie, but let us rejoice in her gain. Our memories will always be fond ones as we think of Rosalie and the warm reception we were always greeted with when we visited. In Christ’s Love, Wayne and Peggy Leibitzke

Diane Sylvester

Rosalie kept me in touch with my Polish roots and with family so very far away. She sent me long and wonderful letters full of her work helping others but especially about her family and her precious grandchildren. She often said, “When all the little ones go home, it’s too quiet.” I hope good memories and love surround her family now and for a lifetime. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time. Love, Diane Stubblefield Sylvester and Art Sylvester

Al Linn

It seemed that whenever I made any of my random stops at her house, she was always baking something. My memory of her will always include the smell of her kitchen, sitting at the table, sampling. Al Linn

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