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Margueritte Boglitsch

Margueritte B. "Margie" Boglitsch (Ladwig)

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Obituary

Margueritte “Margie” Bernadette Ladwig Boglitsch passed away peacefully due to complications from a stroke on April 3rd, 2019. She was born on June 30th, 1935 to William and Rose (nee Nadolski) Ladwig in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She married Joseph Boglitsch on March 31st, 1961. Margie was an amazing mother, wife, friend, cardgiver, and woman to everyone she met. She was always available for a hug, laugh, or just hand holding.

She is survived and missed by her children Joseph, Carol (the late Keith) Grams, Carla (Steve) Varisco, and Kathleen (Dan) Boglitsch-Collins; Grandchildren Steven Varisco Jr., Amanda (Ian) Fournier, Kyle and Kristopher Grams and Maggie Collins; Great-grandson Madden Fournier.

Margie is preceded in death by her parents, husband Joseph, brothers Raymond and Orrin, and parents-in-laws.

A committal service will be held at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery Saturday, May 4th at 11:00 AM (6400 W Burleigh Street, Milwaukee, WI). Margie’s family will be hosting a birthday bash in her honor June 30th.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are appreciated to her daughter Carla Varisco (440A N 8th Ave, West Bend, WI 53090).

The family would like to thank Froedert Hospital and The Kathy Hospice for the wonderful care and dignity shown for our mother.

Remember the good times, don’t cry for me. Mom, you will be missed, but we will always remember- Polish girls don’t cry!
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    Location
    Lincoln Memorial Cemetery
    Address
    6400 W Burleigh Street
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53210
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Amberleigh Fournier

Posted at 06:33pm
All of our most positive thoughts, love and deepest sympathy goes out to the family during this difficult time. We didn't know her well, but on those big/milestone occasions we all were able to be together, she was so incredibly sweet... We will miss seeing her. Warmest Regards, Amberleigh and Carlos
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Laura Midkiff

Posted at 08:55pm
Margie was one of the kindest and sweetest individuals I have ever known. She never forgot a single birthday. I looked forward to getting cards from her! I hope she knows how truly loved she was! We love and miss you terribly!

Bonnie Wagner

Posted at 05:40pm
Margie, you were loved by me and all the wiegert family as though we were all family, we all loved you especially my dad, he so appreciated the cards you never forgot anyone, you were one in a million, how you'd always be their for me thru my mom and dad's funeral and thru davids. I will never forget you love to you and now your in the arms of Jesus where we will see you again. love our sincere friendship. Bonnie
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