Bridget Hein

Bridget Pauline Hein (Kucharski)

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Bridget K. Hein
July 29,1934 - November 30, 2020

Born Bridget Pauline Kucharski to and preceded in death by cherished parents Thaddeus and Marion Kucharski.

At age 86, “Bridge” was reunited after thirteen years with Harry, her beloved late husband. Proud mother of son H. Michael (Corky), grandmother of Ben (Sarah) and Tricia (Josh) Wilson, and great-grandmother of Ethan, Zachary and Andrew Hein, and Riley and Brody Wilson. Sister of Carol (Russ) Mathems, and brothers Bud (Nancy), Carl, and the late Bob Kucharski. Sister-in-law of Patty and the late Susan Hannemann. Further survived by other loved relatives, countless godchildren, and dear friends.

Bridget’s family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you for all the many thoughts and prayers that have been offered. In accordance with Bridget’s written and spoken wishes, there will be no visitation or service. Cremation has taken place, and Bridget will be laid to rest beside her husband Harry at Holy Cross Cemetery in Milwaukee.
May she rest in peace, at last.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at the Phillip Funeral Home Website. ( For those who wish to honor Bridget’s legacy, memorials to The Christmas Clearing Council of Waukesha County or Honor Flights (P.O. Box 867, Menomonee Falls, WI 53052) would be appreciated.
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Donna Mietzel

Posted at 07:15pm
It was my pleasure to have met and worked with Bridgette at JC Penney. I am feeling a heartfelt loss of a great friend. Every card (some very funny) I received from her made me feel special.
Thank you Bridgette for being in my life beyond JC Penney.

Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Donna Mietzel

Jean Amerling

Posted at 12:22pm
We've known Bridget for quite a while. My husband delivered her and Harry's mail. Harry and my husband of course became
friends because of the Post Office and their LOVE of old cars. That's how I met Bridget !! Michael shared many car magazines
with our family, and we picked them up by Bridget. That was always a fun time ! She and I could sit and rattle on about anything.
After Harry passed, we started our phone adventures !!!! I wish I would have taped some of them. Hearing her laugh again would be a treat. I'm sure she's telling the saints a lot of stories. I miss her. Our sincere sympathy to all off the family.
Allen and Jeanne Amerling
a treat.

Jane Martin

Posted at 05:47am
I was so sad to hear of the passing of darling Bridget. We worked together at Chapman’s , where everyone appreciated her cheerful nature. I’m remembering a great time on the pontoon boat at the lake. She and Harry were the perfect couple.
A dear lady is gone, and will be greatly missed.

Jane and Quinn Martin

thomas e keith

Posted at 08:53am
I feel bad about your mom passing away.She was with out a doubt the nicest lady on Big Cedar Lake.I will miss talking to her, God bless her Tom Keith

Paul Bischoff

Posted at 07:22am
My memories of Bridget are from 1975-1981 where she was Childrens clothing buyer for the T A Chapman Co., A wonderful woman who I recently reconnected with and spoke to. What a treasure.

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