Amy Jane Skenadore-Brunner

October 11, 1970 - February 17, 2022
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New Berlin, WI 53151
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12401 West National Avenue
New Berlin, WI 53151
Sunday 2/27, 4:00 pm

Born October 11, 1970 to the late Dory Ann Skenadore, she returned to her heavenly home on February 17, 2022. Amy graduated with an Associate Degree in Business Management. She worked for the City of Milwaukee Police Department for 27 years. She exemplified strength and perseverance as shown by her career path. Amy was aContinue Reading

Lisa Michalowski Lopez left a message on March 25, 2022:
Dear Skenandore Family, I am saddened to hear of Amy’s passing and send my condolences to everyone who knew and loved her. I wish I had a chance to see her again before she departed, but circumstances would not allow. May she rest in eternal glory. With Love, Lisa (Pizza)
George l Irizarry left a message on March 11, 2022:
My sincere condolences to the entire family of Amy J Skenandore-Brunner on her recent passing especially her husband Mark Brunner. I have known Amy for many years while at MPD. She was very helpful and just a nice person to say hi too when you arrived at the station to pick up reports from her. Her mom Dory was also the same way at MCSO they were so much alike and now they will be together hand in hand in the heavens on a new journey. I’m glad to have run inter her at District # 4, a few years back needing some assistance at MPD. It was so funny when I spoke to her, she did not recognize me until she heard my voice and I called her out by her name. The look on her face was priceless but she was her cheerful self as always and assisted me like she has done for many citizens and co-workers in the past. So again, I thank you Amy for being an asset to the City of Milwaukee over 27 years. These last few years have been hard on many families to cope with the loss of a loved ones her in our state and around the world. Amy will be missed by her entire family, all the people she knew and worked with over many years at MPD. She will also be missed by all those citizens who needed her help over the years. May god bless your family Amy Jane Skenandore-Brunner, I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless. Rest in Peace and say hi to mom for me. George Irizarry
Mary Hillman left a message on February 24, 2022:
I am honored to have known Amy and was happy to have been in her joyful presence. Please remember her with grace and love. May the Lord's peace be with you.
Georgia Wood left a message on February 24, 2022:
My heart is breaking, hearing the news of Amy’s passing. I knew both Amy and her mom Dory through card crafting. They shared a passion for the art that took their creativity to the next level. They often showed me some of their latest techniques. I will fondly remember how exuberantly Amy would greet me when we’d bump into each other at various stamping venues. She definitely stamped a place in my heart!
(Retired) Sgt. Pamela Holmes left a message on February 24, 2022:
My sincerest condolences to Amy’s Husband, Family and Friends… we had a great time back in the day at District 5, yes the laugh, sighing, complaining, fussing then an outburst of laughter after all that will forever be unforgettable! One of thee Best Office Assistants Ever! 💔🙏🏾
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Nilsa Rosado-Jurkiewicz left a message on February 22, 2022:
Amy had a lot of enthusiasm for life, she was passionate and very caring about her family, her job, her interest. Amy was honest yet encouraging in so many of her interactions. She was well loved and will be missed.
Bill Landingham left a message on February 22, 2022:
My condolences to Amy's family and friends..
Maggie Elice Turner left a message on February 21, 2022:
I wish there was a way to know you were in the good old days before you've actually left them. When I think of Amy I think of how she was a fighter. When you had her on your side she would champion for you and protect you more than anyone else. She was everyone's big sister. There are so many happy memories we shared; once we got laughing we couldn't stop. Amy exhibited many traits worth emulating. I saw the gifted artist for creating all kinds of crafts and unabashed silliness, independence and strength. As people grow, we learn and take things from those around us. I am who I am today because of you (& your family). I will miss you (and Dory) every day. Mark -- may the love in your heart begin to heal your sorrow so over time you will find comfort and peace.
Phyllis McCullough left a message on February 21, 2022:
My sincere condolences to the family. She was wonderful co-worker who trained me well with her wealth of experience. Rest well Amy-Aims.
Christopher Magnuson left a message on February 21, 2022:
It was an honor to be of any help to you and Mark. Thank you for being my friend. I miss you already. Christopher
Peg and Ron Robinson left a message on February 21, 2022:
I remember all the fun times we had singing in the halls at stamp and scrapbook conventions with all of our friends. Amy was always a joy to be with and could make me laugh out loud with her quirky sense of humor. I know Amy and Dory will be saving me a place to craft and laugh with them on the other side because they were always generous and kind. Love and peace until we meet again my dear friend. You are greatly missed.
MARCIE ADAMEAK left a message on February 20, 2022:
Wanda & Jim Scholl left a message on February 20, 2022:
May you find peace and love in the memories you cherish. Our deepest condolences.
Krause Funeral Home & Cremation Services left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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