Wendy M. Malsh

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Wendy M.
Malsh

On Tuesday June 02, 2020 Wendy Malsh, loving wife, daughter, sister and friend, passed away peacefully at age 37.
Wendy was born on September 16, 1982 to John and Kim (nee: Zobrack) Hogan. At age 24 Wendy met the love of her life, Scott and they married 2 years later. Wendy traveled the country in support of her Marine husband and loved all the adventures and making new friendships. Wendy had a passion for animals. She adopted two chihuahuas, Gizmo and Bruiser, and always joked that the dogs were her children. Wendy dreamed of someday owning her own home and rescuing animals that may be rejected by others. All who knew Wendy would say she had a heart of gold and she loved everybody she knew. She was known for her quick wit, tell it like it is attitude and her kind and compassionate spirit.
Wendy is proceeded in death by her father John, grandfathers Clarence and Dennis as well as her grandmother Mary. She is survived by her husband Scott, mother Kim, brothers John (Alexandra), Nick, sisters Stacy and Amy (Bob) along with her seven beloved nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life will be held for Wendy on Monday June 08, 2020 at The Church In Wisconsin at S63W13761 College Ave, Muskego WI, 53150. Memorial visitation will begin at 4 p.m. and service to be held at 7 p.m. There will be a time after the service to speak about Wendy, all are welcome to share a memory or the impact she made in your life.
“Auntie Wendy was such a light in this world that even after she is gone it still shines so bright.” We love you Wendy.

5 Comments

  1. Adam Benrud June 6, 2020 at 9:40 am - Reply

    When I first met Wendy, it was with Scott when the two of you walked into the office in South Milwaukee wanting to learn about the Marine Corps. I noticed right away that she was a very kind, pleasant, down to earth young woman. I’m fairly certain it was during that first meeting that we started our long standing tradition of ribbing each other about Bears vs Packers. From that day on, Wendy was always with Scott at our many following on meetings, she was always there with him, by his side, and the love showed through. I could see and tell by the way she always looked to him and never away. Through the years Wendy and I maintained contact via social media, I could always count on witty comeback during football season when I was talking up my Bears. The back and forth banter was always welcomed. She had a kind and gentle heart, and she kept Scott in her thoughts always. My deepest condolences to Scott and Wendy’s family. You will remain in my thoughts during this difficult time. Know that you are loved by many and if needed, you can always reach out me. Semper Fidelis

  2. KAREN CHARTIER June 7, 2020 at 1:24 pm - Reply

    I’m so sorry for the sudden loss of your loved one,Wendy was a wonderful person inside and out.I know she will be deeply missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.God Bless,Love Karen Chartier 💜🙏🌷

  3. Susan Holst June 8, 2020 at 10:42 am - Reply

    Kim I am so sorry for you loss. You and your family are in my heart and prayers.
    Susan Holst

  4. Linda vomberg June 8, 2020 at 3:05 pm - Reply

    So sorry to hear this sad news Kim you and the kids are in our thoughts and prayers ,God bless her soul, 🥀

  5. Leslie Huber June 9, 2020 at 1:20 pm - Reply

    Kim,
    So very saddened to hear about your daughter’s passing. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. ~Leslie

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