June A. Madritsch
Schmidt & Bartelt Funeral and Cremation Services
10121 West North Avenue
Wauwatosa, WI
Born to Eternal Life on Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Age 87. Beloved wife for 66 years of Kenneth J. Madritsch. Dear mother of Mark (Kim) Madritsch, Barbara (Bob) Hoefler and Sharon (Dennis) Sprenger. Loving grandmother of Jason (Michelle) Madritsch, Jeremy (Nicole) Madritsch, Katherine and Katelyn Madritsch, Shawn (Amy) Hoefler, Rebekah (Nicholas) Bower. Great grandmother of Victoria, Gracelyn, Hailey, Kaden, Mason, Ben and Brooklyn. Great, great grandmother of Kaven and Beverly. Further survived by brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.

June enjoyed working in her garden in Allenton, sewing and crafting. Her greatest joy was spending time with her husband and family. June touched the hearts of so many and she will be dearly missed.

Visitation Thursday, July 22, 2021 from 1:00pm until Time of Memorial Service at 2:00pm at Schmidt & Bartelt Funeral Home, 10121 W. North Avenue, Wauwatosa. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

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Published by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Jul. 16 to Jul. 18, 2021.
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June Madritsch inspired one of my favorite stories. She was one of the early pioneers of online shopping. I know this because, as their mail carrier for 7 years, I delivered many of those packages she ordered. Whenever she came to the door to take delivery, she beamed with the joy of a kid at Christmas. One day, both June and Ken were in the yard when I came by with a parcel. With mock indignation, Ken asked June, "Why are you ordering all this stuff?" June smiled at him and replied, "I save money buying it online," and they laughed. So, for quite a while after that, every time Ken came to the door to accept a parcel delivery, he would call up the stairs to her, "Honey! How much did you save me THIS time?"
John the Mailman
July 22, 2021
Dear family, my deepest sympathy for the loss of June. So many memories and home movies of a great life she lived
Gary Madritsch
July 17, 2021
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