Mildred "Mickey" Christie
January 30, 1926 - December 14, 2020
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Due to the pandemic, her inurnment will take place at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery in Stockbridge and a celebration of Mickey’s life will take place when friends and family can safely gather.

Mildred “Mickey” Christie, age 94 of Stockbridge, passed away due to Covid-19 on December 14, 2020 at St. Paul Elder Care in Kaukauna. Mickey was born on January 30, 1926 in Bonesteel, South Dakota, daughter of the late Joseph and Elizabeth (Skalla) Schumacher. She came to Stockbridge, Wisconsin with her parents in November of 1927…

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Susan Barribeau left a message on December 25, 2020:
I’m so sorry and shocked to hear about Mickey. Mickey and my mom Bev Barribeau became good friends and card-playing buddies at the Villa and she will be very much missed! What a gift to make a new friend when in your 90s! Such a loss.
Glenn Schumacher left a message on December 22, 2020:
My thoughts and prayers to all of you as you go through this difficult time. I always enjoyed the times I was apply to gather and share events with your mother and dad. I think often of the family reunions at Calumet County Park
Barb Dorzweiler left a message on December 21, 2020:
My mom, Addie Dorzweiler moved in to St Paul Villa in March. Mom and Mickey were next door neighbors there and became fast friends. They are the same age. They really hit it off and my mom says Mickey kept things moving around there. Mickey helped my mom by offering to set her hair after the pandemic closed the salon service. That was so kind of Mickey and my mom was so grateful! I can tell by my mom’s sadness how great a person Mickey was. Condolences to the family of such a loving woman.
Sharon Ludwig left a message on December 20, 2020:
Grandma Mic was also the most beautiful lady in the every aspect of the word. She was attentive to details and always ready with a smile and a kiss! She was such an amazing lady and someone we should all aspire to be a little more like.
Judy Hicks left a message on December 20, 2020:
Mickey was a wonderful lady. Always enjoyed my visits with her. She made me laugh. I will miss our phone conversations. Mickey has a loving family who have precious memories to share. Love and prayers to all of you! Judy Hicks
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Mary Daun left a message on December 19, 2020:
I have so many memories of Mickey. In fact, I still have the bracelet she gave me for my first communion. The most amazing and heartfelt memories are of the bond she and my mother shared. When mom was in hospice, Mickey's presence was a gift to my mother. She prayed with mom and made us all feel loved. She was not my Aunt, but she always felt like mom's sister. I thank God for the gift of Mickey.
Dorothy Claggett left a message on December 18, 2020:
My sincere sympathy to Mickey’s Family. To me she was Aunt Mickey. She would probably remember me as Dolly. I am Leo Miller’s niece. I always thought she was just a sweetheart. My Dad was Harvey Miller. She looks so pretty. It is so hard to lose Family any time but especially this time of year. Heartfelt sympathy and prayers. Dolly
Christine Dicus left a message on December 17, 2020:
I was so lucky to have met this wonderful woman. I will miss her wonderful smile and our chats about everything. Chris
Rev. Richard L. Allen left a message on December 17, 2020:
Dear Family and friends, I am a resident at St. Paul Elder Care. I met Mickey about six months ago at the "library" section of our unit. Usually a game of bridge going on along with much conversation. Under these circumstances I soon realized that she could find ways of satisfying her life. In our few conversations I realized that she had a positive attitude towards many things in our lives. Residents such as Mickey keep our lives moving along at a healthy pace.I am grateful for the times we had together. Fr. Alllen
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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