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Therese Daas (Wissing) - Class Of 1946 VIEW PROFILE

Therese L. "Teri" Wissing
1928 - 2019
Wissing, Therese L. "Teri" (nee Daas), formerly of Menomonee Falls, died peacefully on January 1, 2019 at the age of 90 at St Camillus Health Center in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Therese is survived by her loving children, Mary Kay (Rick) Siemann Oshkosh, Deborah (James) Yahnke Whitefish Bay and Thomas M Wissing (Kristin Mintzlaff) Fox Lake, her grandson Keith (Katelyn) Fagan Prattville, AL and precious great-grandchildren Lewis Fagan and Elliot Fagan. In addition, she is further survived by an army of adoring nieces, nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband Thomas E Wissing, her parents Frank and Katherine Daas (nee Grimm), her granddaughter Colleen Therese Fagan and her seven siblings Cecile Hess, Mary Stoke, Virginia Secor, Crescence Daas, Joseph Daas, Robert Daas and Katherine Johnson. Therese was born on April 28, 1928 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Frank and Katherine Daas. She graduated from Washington High School and earned an associate degree from Milwaukee Area Technical College. She worked as an administrative assistant at Falk Corporation, Kearney and Trecker Co and Milwaukee County. She married Thomas Wissing on June 1, 1957 and welcomed three children into their Wauwatosa home and cottage on Fox Lake where she taught them the importance of kindness, faith and family. Teri was a devout Catholic who was an active and dedicated member of St. Therese Parish for over 60 years. Her St. Therese "family" provided her with much friendship and inspiration during those years. Teri was passionate about music, especially choral music. She found tremendous joy in her many years as a member of the St. Therese Parish choir. She was also a proud member of the Irish Fest Mass choir for over 10 years and the Good Shepherd Church choir. Memorial donations may be made to St. Therese Parish choir, the St. Camillus Foundation or the charity of your choice. A Memorial Mass will be held on Wednesday January 9 at 11AM at St. Therese Church 9525 W Bluemound Rd., Milwaukee. The family will greet friends Wednesday from 9:30AM until time of the Mass. Private inurnment at Holy Cross Cemetery. The family would like to thank the staff at St Camillus for their compassionate care and support while Therese lived there.

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