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Member, Rosary Society

St. Mary


Algoma Net Company


St. Vincent DePaul

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National Catholic Society of Foresters


Alaska Graded School

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Green Bay Press-Gazette - Obituaries

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Mildred (Mim) Zuege, 89, 710 Washington St., Algoma, died Thursday, March 14, at Algoma Long Term Care.

Mim and Ed resided in Algoma their entire lives.She attended Alaska Graded School and was a supervisor at Algoma Net Co.She enjoyed cooking, organized and helped at many Funeral Mass luncheons.Her house was a gathering place for many family occasions.Mim raised many of her nieces and nephews.She was a 25 year member of National Catholic Society of Foresters where she held various offices and also was a member of St. Mary's Rosary Society and St. Vincent DePaul.
She is survived by four sisters, Melva Mura, Ethel Brauer, Lorraine Neuzil, all of Algoma; Lillian (George) Pontzloff, Bailey's Harbor; a brother, John (Kathleen) Michaletz, Algoma; a sister-in-law, Myra Michaletz, Green Bay; many nieces and nephews, especially Dan Vertz and Mary Rentmeister, who Mim helped raise.
She was preceded in death by four brothers, Frank Jr., Edward, Ralph and Norman Michaletz; two infant sisters, Margaret and Mary Jane; three sisters, Alice Laskowski, Anna Magle and Stella Kostichka.
Friends may call at Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home, 1617 Flora Ave., Algoma, from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday and 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at church.Wake Service 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.

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