Alice M. Schulteis
Nov. 30, 1928 — Dec. 26, 2022
Alice M. Schulteis (nee Kohl), previously of Richfield, was known as dwelling to be with the lord on December 26, 2022 at Serenity Villa in Slinger on the age of 94.
Alice was a faith-filled girl and a religious inspiration to all who liked her. Alice was born on November 30, 1928, to Joseph and Anna (nee Schmitt) Kohl. Alice attended St. Boniface grade faculty and graduated from Menomonee Falls Excessive College. She was united in marriage to Albert T. Schulteis on October 22, 1947, at St. Boniface Catholic Church. Alice was bold and filled with power. Together with elevating their 5 kids, Alice additionally labored tirelessly alongside Albert on their household farm in Richfield and hauling milk. As well as, Alice and Albert owned trip leases (Reminiscence Lane Cottages) on North Twin Lake in Conover. For 30 years they handled their friends like household, whether or not it was a day of watersports or having fun with a cocktail overlooking the lake or snowmobiling in God’s nation. Alice and Albert additionally loved touring overseas to Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Eire. Their travels additionally took them to Mexico, Florida, California and Branson, Missouri. Dancing was additionally one thing the inseparable couple loved. Alice and Albert had been identified to tear up the dance flooring, dancing the polka like no others. A few of Alice’s fondest recollections of her had been spending time together with her kids, grandchildren and nice = grandchildren. Holidays had been crucial to Alice and he or she made positive there was a possibility for all to assemble.
Alice liked folks and devoted her life to serving to others. A couple of years earlier than her passing de ella, she continued to volunteer at her church de ella, St. Gabriel, and on the Slinger Meals Pantry. She was additionally a previous member of St. Mary’s Christian Moms in Richfield. She and Albert had been members of the Conover Snow Buddies and Kettle Moraine Snowmobile Membership. They volunteered their time to the membership by sustaining and grooming trails and roasting pigs for the membership’s fundraiser.
Alice was a wonderful baker and prepare dinner. Her well-known German Potato Salad will probably be missed. For a few years she ready her potato salad for Nice Hill Faucet the place many individuals loved a barbeque and requested her potato salad. It was a staple at household gatherings, and was all the time proudly served in her flowered ceramic bowl.
In recent times, Tuesdays sometimes took Alice to the Hartford Senior Heart the place she loved a day of sheepshead and lunch. As well as, Alice liked gathering together with her associates of hers and her sisters-in-law for playing cards and dominos. Seven years in the past Alice moved into a ravishing condominium complicated and took it upon herself to begin a month-to-month social gathering. There she met some fantastic folks and lasting friendships. Most not too long ago Alice moved into Serenity Villa IV and obtained the additional assist she wanted. Regardless that she was there a short while, she made fairly the impression on her caregivers of her, and loved her actions together with her new associates of her.
Alice is survived by her loving kids Albert ‘Butch’ (Kathy) of Richfield, Doreen (Joe) Mechenich of Slinger, Gary (Sharon) of Cedarburg, Dan (Linda) of Richfield and Kris (Roman) Weninger of Slinger. She was lovingly often called “gramma” by 16 grandchildren, Nanci (Scott) Rowe, Jen (Tim) Hardy, Teri (Chris) Huenick, Denise (Scott) MacFarlan, Buddy (Kim) Mechenich, Brian (Chris Rowan) Mechenich, Joe ( Jen) Mechenich, Angie (Randy) Rothman, Jody (Tanya) Schulteis, Jeff ( Marie) Schulteis, Jon (Kellie Nelson) Schulteis, Kimberly (Marco) Pineda, Traci (Eric) Eberly, Jamie (Jay) Neary, Eric ( Taryn) Weninger, and Mac (Becca) Weninger. Alice has 41 great-grandchildren whom she liked with all her coronary heart from her. She can also be survived by her sisters-in-law Margaret Held, Clara Mae Bayer, Leila Schulteis, Marilyn Merten and plenty of cherished nieces, nephews and associates.
Alice was preceded in demise by her husband, Albert T.; dad and mom, Joseph and Anna Kohl; in-laws Albert W. and Clara Schulteis; siblings Loretta (Erwin) Fleischmann, John (Evelyn) Kohl, and toddler brother Joseph. She was additionally preceded in demise by her sister and brothers in-law: Ted (Adelia) Schulteis, Burnette (Hans) Achenreiner, Eleanor (Tom) Mergener, Richard Held, Gilbert Bayer, Ralph Schulteis and Theodore Merten.
Alice’s household sends their heartfelt appreciation to her caregivers at Brightstar, and Serenity Villa IV, together with Horizon Hospice for the loving care they supplied.
Visitation for Alice will probably be on Tuesday, January 3, from 3-7 pm on the Phillip Funeral Dwelling in West Bend with recitation of the Rosary to comply with. There may also be a one-hour visitation beginning at 10:45 am on Wednesday, January 4, at St. Gabriel Church in Hubertus with a Mass of Christian burial at midday. Her ultimate resting place de ella will probably be at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Richfield with a non-public household service at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorials could be made to St. Gabriel’s Parish, Hartford Senior Associates or Slinger Meals Pantry.
As Alice would say, “It is by no means goodbye, solely so lengthy. See ya later.”