Mildred E. Schultz

Funeral services will be held for Mildred E. Schultz of Grafton at 7 p.m. this evening, Aug. 5, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Grafton. Mildred passed away on Sunday, Aug. 3, 2008 at the age of 79. Father Steve Lampe will officiate the funeral service. Visitation will be held at the church today, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., prior to the service. Interment will take place at St Joseph’s Catholic Cemetery in Grafton. Mueller Funeral Home in Cedarburg is serving the family.

Mildred "Millie" E. Schultz was born on March 14, 1929 in Trenton, the daughter of the late Julius and Emma Kovalaske. She lived on a farm while growing up and enjoyed riding her horse, Jerry. Millie graduated from Waupun High School in 1946 and worked at the Ideal Shoe Factory in Waupun. On April 14, 1948, she married her hometown sweetheart, Harold Schultz. This past April would have been their 60th wedding anniversary. Millie and Harold moved to Grafton in 1957, and they lived there most of their lives. They were blessed with five beautiful children and 11 grandchildren.

Millie worked as an assembler at Tecumseh Products in Grafton for 22 years. She enjoyed needlepoint, fishing at Fox Lake, polka dancing, bowling, playing "fishing" slot machines at the casinos, and spoiling her children and grandchildren.

Millie was a kind, caring, gentle, beautiful woman and friend who always put others first, and we will miss her dearly.

Millie is survived by her loving children Nancy (Mike) Janasiak of Saukville, Karen (Keith) Jones of Grafton, Sue (Steve) Hubing of Belgium and Sandy (David) Hackbarth of Grafton; the proud grandma of Scott Schultz of West Bend, Tim Schultz of the U.S. Navy, Nick (Shoua) Janasiak of West Bend, Melissa (Karl) Peterson of Menomonee Falls, Kory, Kristopher and Kyle Jones of Grafton, Kelly Hubing of Belgium, Tanya Riebe of Grafton, and Kala and Bryce Hackbarth of Grafton. She is further survived by nieces, nephews and friends.

Millie was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Harold G. Schultz; and her son, Wayne H. Schultz.

A warm thank you to Horizon Home Care and Hospice, and especially Kim and Sharon, for their kindness during this most difficult time.

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