Anny L. Mayer (nee Fiedler), 80, of Richfield, passed away unexpectedly during a heart catheterization on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2009.
Anny was born on Feb. 7, 1929, to Gustav and Olga (nee Scheske) Fiedler in Hustisford. She was raised on the island of Lake Sinissippi. After schooling, she took a job as a motherís aide to local families. Anny married the late Howard Mayer on June 3, 1950 at St. Matthews in Iron Ridge. She loved to cook, bake and was well known for her apple desserts along with sewing for Bea Vincent of Hartford for charity. She was a former 4-H cooking leader and everything was home-grown or homemade. Anny was a devoted WTKM listener.
Anny will be deeply missed by her children, Barbara (Phillip) Middleton of Richfield, Carolyn Kintopp of Richfield, Darlene (Michael) Scott of Slinger, George (Patricia) Mayer of Richfield, Evelyn (Allen) Zimpelman of Kewaskum and Faye Ann (Andrew) Schneider of Richfield. Further survived by her cherished grandchildren, Robert (Amanda) Kintopp of Okalahoma, Erica (fiance, Shawn Gavin) Kintopp of Adell, Jade Scott of California, Lyle (Paula) Scott of California, Heidi Scott of Slinger, Anny Mayer, Howard Mayer, Laurie Warner, John (Annie) Yunk, Nathan, Jozi and Danyel Schneider; great-grandchildren, Clayton Kintopp, Madelynn Warner, Destiny Yunk, Erik Scott and Michael Scott; brothers, Otto Fiedler of Iron Ridge and Ervin (Janice) Fiedler of Iron Ridge; nieces, nephews, other relatives and frieds.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Howard, on Jan. 23, 2009; son-in-law, James Kintopp; in-laws, Grace and Walter Schwendimann and George and Adelia Mayer.
A funeral service will be on Sunday, Sept. 6, 2009, at 3 p.m. at St. Paulís Lutheran Church of Slinger, 799 St. Paul Drive, with the Rev. James Castillo officiating. Interment Faith Cemetery in Slinger. Visitation will be at the church only on Sunday, Sept. 6, from noon until the time of service.
Anny will be forever known as Oma by her cherished grandchildren.
The Phillip Funeral
Home of Slinger is assisting the family.