Mary Margaret Kamasky
March 3, 1914 - August 3, 2004
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Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map
Thursday 8/5, 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Service
Peshtigo Riverside Cemetery
493 Right Of Way Road
Peshtigo, WI 54157
(715) 582-3666 | Map
Friday 8/6, 1:30 pm
St. Joseph Catholic Church
410 West Lawrence Street
Appleton, WI 54911
(920) 734-7195 | Map
Friday 8/6, 10:30 am
Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map

Age 90, passed away Tuesday, August 3, 2004 at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton. Mary was born in Appleton on March 3, 1914, daughter of the late Andrew and Anna (Huhn) Theiss. She attended high school in Appleton, as well as nurses‚Äô training at St. Agnes in Fond du Lac. As a young woman, Mary…

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Tom & Ann Kamasky left a message on April 6, 2009:
Mom was always so cheerful and always happy to see everyone-- family was so very important to her. She accomplished a lot, and did so with a quiet grace, a wonderful sense of humor,and showed us how rich 90 years of happy living can be. We will miss you a lot, mom.
Robert and Karen Kamasky left a message on April 6, 2009:
My mom always had lot of patient, cheerfulliness, love, happienss to see us with her hearts all the time. She made a lot of laugh when my wife,Karen made funny actor and tease her with sign language. We alway said I love you with hand of sign language. We still missed her very much as our hearts and now she live in new place in there.
Yvonne & Bill Frink left a message on April 6, 2009:
Tom -- Our most sincere condolences to you, your Dad, and your brothers and sisters. Yvonne & Bill
Peg, Lee and Zach Pfannerstill left a message on April 6, 2009:
"Bunny's" smile was beautiful! We remember fondly party's at Ann and Tom's in the backyard! (Elephant gifts - vienna sausages!) Our thougths are with the entire family who will surely miss her every day:(
Timmy Schilling left a message on April 6, 2009:
I always looked forward to when my mom, Ruthie, would tell me that "Mary Margaret and Uncle Eddie are coming over". We would sit around the kitchen table, no matter how bad the smell from the permanent stuff for her hair was, just to hear the stories, and laugh. She was my mothers best, and lifelong friend. We all had 90 wonderful years with her. And if you were ever at a get-together with the Theiss clan, then you gotta believe that heaveh is gonna be a BLAST!!!
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left a message on April 6, 2009:
I always looked forward to when my mom would tell me that "Mary Margaret and Uncle Eddie are coming over". We would sit around the kitchen table, no matter how bad the smell from the permanant stuff for her hair was, just to hear the stories, and laugh. She was my mothers best, and lifelong friend. We all had 90 wonderful years with her here on earth. If you were ever at a get- together with the Theiss clan, then you have got to believe that heaven is gonna be a blast!!
Jeri Kamasky left a message on April 6, 2009:
MARY'S LEGACY YOUR NEW HOME WILL BRING YOU PEACE IT WILL NOT HAVE CONFUSION OR PAIN YOU HAVE JOURNEYED ON TO YOUR NEW HOME AND THOSE OF US IN WHOSE HEARTS YOU HAVE LEFT YOUR FOOTPRINTS, WILL MISS YOU, YOUR SMILE, YOUR WIT, YOUR CARE. BUT WE WON'T LOOK FAR TO FIND YOU'RE STILL HERE. IN A SUNRISE, A SUNSET, A RAINBOW, SUMMER'S FLOWERS OR THE WARMTH OF YOUR QUILTS. WHEREEVER WE FIND BEAUTY IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES--THERE YOU WILL BE!! TO THE BEST MOTHER IN LAW IN THE WORLD!! LOVE ALWAYS, Jeri
Tom & Liz Fehling left a message on April 6, 2009:
I truly remember you mom as a lady who liked to have fun. I'm sure all who knew her will deeply miss her. Now she can make the Lord chuckle!
Chuck and Doris Ann Jones left a message on April 6, 2009:
Please allow us to extend our condolences. It must be terrible for you and for the years you have shared with your wonderful mother, you were blessed. The Lord will be with you always and keep her in His care. With much sympathy, Chuck and Doris Ann
George D. Greenia left a message on April 6, 2009:
I was welcomed to Mary Kamasky's home as a highschool classmate of her son, Tom. As a wary teenager from Detroit, I remember that Tom's parents chuckled a LOT, loved the pleasures of their cozy house, and took in strangers without a worry. And as a boy with a sweet tooth far from home, Mrs. Kamasky's holiday dinner table was heaven. Her home was a cherished shelter in my youth, and Tom has been a friend for life.
Jaimie Roland left a message on April 6, 2009:
When I think about Grandma, I think "homemade". Everything Grandma did was homemade; scrubbies, potato pancakes, quilts and play-do. Grandma was the best at making you feel right at home. The smells and sounds of Grandma and Grandpa's house are like no other. I will miss the sound of her voice saying "Hello" from another room as you entered the house, I will miss the smell of newly baked coffee cake, I will miss her little hand towels that always hung so neatly in the bathroom, but mostly the wonderful, warm Grandma hugs and kisses. Grandma is and always be the most graceful, beautiful, interesting and energetic women I will ever know. Grandma is now in her eternal "home" which was "made" for her. Grandma is too "homemade". I love you Grandma.
Amy Schuh left a message on April 6, 2009:
There are so many things I remember about Grandma; her coffee cake, the scrubies she made, reading us The Poky Little Puppy, but the thing I remember most is what she did for me while I was in college. Each week, for seven years, I would get a letter from Grandma. Sometimes there would be a dollar or so in the envelope, or if I was lucky, another special surprise. And it didn't matter if I hadn't written one to her in a while, she still would send me one. The news was usually the same; mentioning the weather, who came to visit, when she last saw Dad. And she would always end the letter with some comment about how there was no new news and also apologizing that the letter was "dumb", which always made me laugh. I don't think I ever told her how much those letters meant to me. But I am sure she knew. And Grandma......I never thought your letters were "dumb".
Lynda Lambert left a message on April 6, 2009:
What I remember most about Aunt Mary was her kindness and her good humor. She will be missed very much. Deepest sympathies to the immediate family.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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