Gladys H. Lecher

Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Jul 8, 1923 – Nov 4, 2017 (Age 94)


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Lecher, Gladys H. Born to Eternal Life on Saturday November 4, 2017, age 94. Gladys is survived by caring nieces, nephews, grand nieces, grand nephews and dear friends. She had a passion for life, which included her love of Baseball, Bowling and many sports. She was a compassionate teacher in the...

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Ms. Lecher was my favorite classroom teacher. She didn't suffer any shenanigans, but you always felt that she truly cared about us, loved helping us learn and made learning fun! It was an honor to help her during class and even a bigger honor to be invited to lunch. She was such a special lady and will be missed by many. Thank You Ms. Lecher!

Gladys was an inspiring teacher and coach. She taught us the mechanics of the game of baseball. We had so much fun while learning!
Sara McFadzen Eldredge

Ms. Lecher was one of my favorite teachers at Franklin Elementary. She was firm but kind. I remember being picked to help clean out her classroom at the end of the year (4th Grade). What an honor it was to get meant that she really thought highly of you! She was an asset to the educational system and will be sorely missed.

I had the honor of being in Miss Lecher's 6th grade class at Franklin. She inspired us to do our best in every area. I cherish the beautiful memories that I have of her. Praying for peace and comfort for the family.

To the family of Gladys H. Lecher. Very sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you at this difficult time, and be comfort and strengthen by God'sWord in Isa.35:5,6

Condolences to Gladys' family & friends. I worked with her & she taught with my dad at Franklin School in West Allis. She was a wonderful, fun-loving, active, caring woman. God Bless her!

To the Lecher Family,
I remember Ms. Gladys from General Mitchell Grade School seeing her at the playground during the Summer time.
Of course Gladys loved sports, always so willing to explain a 'better' way to do something, whether it was how to swing a bat, pitch, or when to throw a football.
Gladys was a wonderful teacher, lady, & mentor.
Please accept my Deepest Sympathy's on your (our) loss.

My sympathy goes out to the family during your time of grief. May God's loving-kindness comfort you and help you through this difficult time. (Psalms 119:50, 76)