Memorials appreciated to Divine Peace Lutheran Church.
Passed away peacefully, Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at the age of 91. Beloved wife of the late Franklin Reimann. Loving mother of Doreen (Arthur) Larson, Janice Fezer, and James Reimann. Proud grandmother of Cale Lisowicz, Crystal Gomm, Casey Larson, Chanda Fezer, Christina, Cheri and Darek Reimann. Cherished great grandmother of 10 great grandchildren. Mother-in-law of the late David Lisowicz. She is survived by sister-in-law Darlene (late Victor) Peche and other relatives and friends. She is preceded in death by brothers Edwin (Margaret) and Clifford (Loretta) Peche and sisters Bernadine (Richard) Williams and Geraldine (Edward) Hraby.
Dorothy grew up on her parent’s farm in Little Black near Medford, Wisconsin. She attended Little Black Elementary School and graduated from Medford High School. She married Frank in 1953 at Stetsonville Lutheran Church. They moved to Milwaukee and purchased their first and only home on 96th & Morgan in 1965. There they raised their family and created treasured memories that everyone holds dear to their hearts. She worked in retail and retired from Kohls department store after 28 years. She enjoyed cooking, baking, family vacations and get-togethers with friends. And if there was a Canasta game to be played, she was there.
Her grandson said this about her the other day: “The amazing thing about Gma R to me was how she found joy and happiness in the little things. She would always notice if you got your hair done or if you shaved, or the color of the shirt you were wearing. She would always announce your name when she first saw you at a family get-together, like you were the person she was waiting to see. She made you feel special and cared about that way. I’m not saying she wasn’t spunky at times (but I like spunky FYI), but she really made you feel that she appreciated and loved having you around. I’m gonna miss that a lot!”. That pretty much says it all. She will be dearly missed and forever in our hearts.
A private family service to be held at a Divine Peace Lutheran Church.
Memorial’s appreciated to Divine Peace Lutheran Church.