Mildred Lowitz


Mildred Lowitz, 80, of Saukville, died of complications of pneumonia Sunday, Dec. 30, at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton.

“She could do more living in 15 minutes than some people do in 15 years,” her son Marty said. “A lot of my friends looked to her as a mother. She could make fun out of nothing.”

Mrs. Lowitz was born in Milwaukee on May 12, 1938, to Alois and Agnes Friday Stadler. She attended Custer and Martin Luther King high schools in Milwaukee and graduated in 1956.  

She worked several jobs, including a stint at Woolworths Department Store in Milwaukee.

On May 4, 1963, she married Melvin Lowitz of Saukville.

Mrs. Lowitz was homemaker at the family farm in the Town of Saukville. She enjoyed gardening and family get-togethers.

Mrs. Lowitz is survived by her husband Melvin of Saukville; children Melvin Jr. of Port Washington, Kim Kraus of Ripon and Marty (Barbara) of West Bend; grandchildren Daniel, Jaime, Nicholas and Matthias Lowitz; and sisters Joan Kloehn of Cedarburg, Mary (Paul) Oleinik of New Berlin and Jackie (David) Meinholz of Saukville.  

She was preceded in death by her parents, sister Marjorie Anheier, and brothers-in-law Joseph Anheier and Marvin Kloehn.         

A private funeral ceremony will be held at Union Cemetery in Saukville and a celebration of life party will take place at a later date.

Mueller Funeral Home, Cedarburg, handled the arrangements.




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