THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Joyce (Greason) Schilling, daughter of the late August and Mollie (Murrock) Greason, passed away June 13 in Wauwatosa.
Joyce was born on the family farm east of Coleman. She graduated from Section Seven grade school and Coleman High School. She was employed four days after graduation by the Perlick Brass Company in Milwaukee in the billing department and became the employee with the longest tenure in company history.
She married Dale Schilling and they lived in Wauwatosa. She enjoyed family outings at the Greason cottage at Lake Noquebay. She was an avid reader of fiction and a loyal Packer fan. Aaron Rodgers was her favorite player. Golf was her outdoor recreation and cribbage was an indoor interest. She enjoyed sharing good jokes.
Her husband passed away in 2008. She was from a family of ten children. Her seven brothers were: Roy, George, John, Harry, Donald, David and Alvin. She had two sisters: Angeline (Angell) and Inez (Bader). Alvin Greason of Crivitz is the only survivor of the family of ten children. She is further survived by nephews: Roger (Dawn) Greason of Coleman, Richard (Janet) Greason of Little Suamico, Bradley (Arlene) Angell of Wauwatosa and by nieces: Karen (Rick) Bruesewitz of Wauwatosa, Carole Angell of San Jose, California and Jan Greason of San Diego. Also surviving are nephews: David, Jim and Warren Schilling and nieces: Bonni Doerr, Beth Graf, Linda Schilling and Sandy Schilling.
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