Curtis, Mildred May

Mildred May Curtis 
May 11, 1926 — Sept. 24, 2019

Mildred May (Krueger) Curtis of Mukwonago, Wi. passed away on Tuesday, September 24, 2019, at the age of 93. Millie was born on May 11,1926, she was the daughter of John and Ruth Krueger.

Millie married the love of her life Glen Curtis on March 25,, 1949. Millie grew up and raised her family in Waukesha, Wi, also living in rural Eleva, WI and Mukwonago, WI, with her beloved husband Glen Curtis. Millie loved gardening, feeding the birds, playing cards, reading and spending time with her family. A life so elegantly lived and the precious relationships we all shared with Mom is what make’s a family!

Mom will be sadly missed by her Children: Ben Curtis of Dousman, Glenda (Bob) Williams of Genesee, Sandy (Bill) Friedrichs of Hartland, Wayne (Terri) Curtis of Gilmanton, Bruce (Debbie) Curtis of Alma, Ralph (Diane) Curtis of Nashotah. Millie was the loving Grandma to: Jake (Ashley) Curtis, Mel (Josh) Edwards, BJ (Angie) Williams, Jenny (Mike) Bachmann, Billy (Lindsey) Friedrichs, Charlie Friedrichs, Russell (Tracee) Wilkerson, Glen (Lauren) Curtis, Andy Curtis, Joseph (Samantha) Curtis, Kayla Curtis, Jason Curtis and Josh (Sammy) Curtis and a loving Great Gma to: Harper Edwards, Brooke & Lily Curtis, Rachael & Warner Williams, Walker Bachmann, London & Josie Friedrichs, Gabby & Alley Wilkerson, Rylee & Kyan Rosenburg & Bray Wilkerson, Murphy & Piper Curtis, Peyton & Cole Curtis. Millie was also the Godmother to her niece Jill Anzia of Oostburg, Wi.

She was preceded in death by her husband Glen, and her siblings Alice, Margie, Florence, Nancy and John.

A private family inurnment was planned at Prairie Home Cemetery in Waukesha, WI. at which time both Mom & Dad’s ashes were buried together.


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