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“So sorry for your loss.....May the God of all comfort sustain you at this time......1Thessalonians 4:14. ”
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“We are so sorry for your loss Uncle Jerry. Aunt Marge will be missed. ”
2 of 2 | Posted by: Keith & Sharon Fischer - Kaukauna, WI

Eleonora “Margie” Sanders, age 74, passed away on Monday, January 01, 2018. She was born in 1943 in South Dakota to the late Peter and Marie Fischer. In August of 1963, she married Jerome Sanders. Together, through a change of Jerry’s career placement, they moved to Wisconsin. After moving from the Madison area, to Milwaukee, and finally making their way to Menasha. Margie got her cosmetologist license in her early 20’s and continued with a love of the career for 50 plus years. One of her many joys was doing her family members hair. She appreciated spending time with her family, going to casinos, or catching up on the news. Margie and Jerry were avid sports fans, particularly the Brewers, not missing a game. Margie is survived by her loving husband, Jerome “Jerry” Sanders; children: Deborah (Keith) Bartolazzi, Mary (Dave) Wilke, Jerrilyn (Jeff) Owen; grandchildren: Max Wilke (special friend, Madison), Michael (Heather) Bartolazzi, Christopher (Maryn) Bartolazzi, Shelley (Ben) Harding, Nick (Mackenzie) Bartolazzi, and Faith Bartolazzi; step grandson, Nick (Amy) Wilke. She is further survived by nine great-grandchildren; brother, Frank (Ramona) Fischer; sisters: Barb (Toby) Roth and Angie (Bill) Riebe; sister-in-law, Dorothy Hereau; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in passing by one infant sister, Delarita and three brothers: Balzer, Joseph, and Michael Fischer. Per Margie’s wishes, there will be no formal services held. Online condolences may be expressed at Margie’s family would like to give a special thank you to the staff of the critical care unit at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital for their loving care and compassion for Margie in her final days.