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Lucille Walter Obituary
Lucille Barbara Walter Beloved grandmother and former long-time Port Washington, Wisconsin, resident Died Thursday evening, September 24, 2015, with her beloved great-grandson, Johnathan Grasser, at her side. Passed away in a memory unit for Alzheimers’ patients in Mesa, Arizona Died of old age at 101 Born: Feb. 2, 1914 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Parents: Hugo P. Lied and Margaretha Zoemisch Married: Eloped to Waukegan, Illinois, on Jan. 22, 1931, with Ervin W. Walter They made their home in Port Washington where they raised two children. Her husband and daughters, Carole M. Grasser and Nancy L. (Clyde) Weiland, as well as one grandchild preceded her in death. Survivors are her grandchildren: Michele (Lee Olsen) Weiland, Melinda Poull, and Michael (Connie) Weiland (all of Port Washington) Richard Grasser of Houston, TX Timothy Grasser of Phoenix, AZ Mark Weiland (Nicole) of Cedarburg, WI Maureen (Rob) Spence of Sun Prairie, WI Fifteen great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren also survive. Lucille opened a popular children’s clothing store, “Young Port Fashions” in Port Washington in 1954. She operated it until she passed it on to her daughter Carole and son-in-law Norman Grasser. Shortly after, she opened “Lucille’s For Fashion” a few doors down from her former store. She operated the popular women’s clothing store into the 1970s when she and her husband retired to Mesa, Arizona. She was buried with her husband at Mountain View Cemetery in Mesa, Arizona.