Obit: Imler, Germaine M. (1943 - 2019)
Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Brandner, Bruesewitz, Emmerich, Hermans, Hurth, Imler, Kranz, Ludwig, Meier, Seidel
----Source: The Tribune-Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 1/15/2019
Imler, Germaine M. (Ludwig) Seidel (20 DEC 1943 - 9 JAN 2019)
Germaine M. Imler, age 75, passed away at St. Luke’s Hospital in Milwaukee on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019.
Germaine was born Dec. 20, 1943, in the Town of Little Black, to Fred and Margaret (Hurth) Ludwig. Germaine was employed at Johnson Chocolate Factory and Kegel’s Restaurant until retirement.
Germaine married Richard Seidel, they later divorced. She then married Robert Imler on Sept. 24, 1982. Germaine was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; brothers, Merlin, Jerome and Glenn; sister-in-law, Dora Ludwig; brothers-in-law, Melvin Brandner and Al Meier.
She is survived by her two sons, Scott (Becky) Seidel and Robert (Michele) Seidel; grandson, Jake Seidel; three brothers and five sisters, Joanne (Earl) Emmerich, Norma Meier, Marlene (Darrel) Hermans, Duke (Connie) Ludwig, Loretta (Pat) Kranz, Dale (Kay) Ludwig, Sandy (Dave) Bruesewitz and Bob (Nancy) Ludwig; sisters-in-law, Tuts Ludwig, Helen Ludwig and Mary Jane Ludwig; and many nieces and nephews.
The Cremation Society of Milwaukee is assisting the family.
Germaine was a fun loving person and will always be remembered for her loud laughter. She enjoyed facebook and trips to the casino.
Per her request, no services will be held. Interment will take place at Wood National Cemetery in Milwaukee at a later date where her remains will be buried next to her husband, Bob.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Luke’s Hospital and Southpointe Healthcare Center for the care Germaine received in her final days.
We find comfort in knowing Germaine has found peace reunited with her loved ones.
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