Rosalie J. Schilling
October 20, 1926 - November 22, 2022
Obituary For Rosalie J. Schilling
Madison - Rosalie Schilling (Johnson) age 96 died November 22, 2022 at her daughter's home in Madison, Wisconsin.
Rosalie was born October 20, 1926 to August and Eva Johnson. Except for a short time spent in Manitowoc and Madison, she lived in Minocqua her whole life. She married Richard Schilling on June 29, 1951. They raised four children together. Rosalie worked as a soda jerk, bank teller, bookkeeper, and store clerk throughout her life as well as being a homemaker. If she wasn't cooking and cleaning, she was gardening and sewing. She loved her daily walks around "The Island", reading, traveling, and playing bridge.
Rosalie is survived by her daughters Katie (Joe) Pollock and Sue Schilling, her granddaughters Jody and Anita, and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband Rich, son Ben, daughter Anne, sister Florence, and brother Bob.
Katie and Sue would like to thank Agrace Hospice, notably Rebecca, Carmen, and Melody. Your support and kindness are deeply appreciated.
There will be a private family burial at a later date. Please send any donations to the Lakeland Food Pantry.
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