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Dorothy Lucille Bistan

Florida - Dorothy Lucille Bistan, 81, passed away peacefully in Florida on August 20th, 2018. At her side was her husband of 51 years Robert John Bistan. Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents Maximillian and Edith Hinterberger, in-laws John and Mary Bistan, brother Richard Hinterberger and nephew Michael Dee Hinterberger.

Dorothy was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois where she attended DePaul University and met her loving husband Robert Bistan. They were married on November 4th, 1967 and lived in Wauwatosa, WI and Kankakee, IL before settling in New Berlin, Wisconsin. Dorothy was active at Holy Apostles Catholic Church and the Athletic Association and made a career in customer service, retail and banking. She enjoyed crossword puzzles, collecting Beanie Babies and reading books with her daughters-in-law. Dorothy's most important and most rewarding career was raising her three sons; something she enjoyed throughout her whole life.

Over the past 20 years Dorothy has enjoyed her second home in Redington Shores, FL at the Shore Mariner where she has valued the friendships and relationships formed over those years.

In addition to her husband Robert; Dorothy was supported by her loving family: sons Brad (Suzette Stephens) Bistan, Matthew (Jaime) Bistan, and Paul (Elizabeth) Bistan, brothers Robert (Marilyn) Hinterberger, Thomas (Maurine) Hinterberger, and sister-in-law Deanna Hinterberger, nephews and nieces Catie (Brian) Droptini, Sean (Theresa) Byrne, Brigid (Jim) Olech, and Patrick Hinterberger.

Dorothy's biggest pride and joy were her grandchildren Aidan Mark, Maya Lucille, Bria Nicole, Bridget Grace and Henry Paul.

The family would like to give special thanks to Dr. Kappeler, the nurses and staff at Largo Medical Center and the staff at Seminole Pavilion at Freedom Square.

There will be a celebration of Dorothy's life on September 29th at 11:00 am at St. Dominic's Church in Sheboygan. A memorial fund has been established in Dorothy's name supporting The / The at http://www2.heart.org/goto/dorothybistan.
Published in Sheboygan Press on Sept. 14, 2018
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