Zoe Wilson

Wilson, Zoe A. Born to Eternal Life April 9, 2012, age 57 years. Beloved wife of Ben Lenard for 22 years. Loving daughter of Agnes and the late Richard Wilson. Dear sister of Mary Wilson. Zoe is also survived by other relatives and many dear friends. A Memorial Gathering will be held Saturday, April 21, 9:30 AM - 11 AM at ST. EUGENE CONGREGATION, 7600 N. Port Washington Rd., Fox Point, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 AM. Zoe was an artistic, creative, energetic person. She loved animals, walking her dogs, bicycling, travel and decorating her home. She was a self proclaimed "Disney Fanatic", having been to Disney World over 20 times. Zoe was fun to be around and had a wonderful sense of humor. She is loved and will be deeply missed, especially by her Nicolet High School "family" where she worked for many years. If desired, memorials in Zoe's name to Lumen Christi Catholic Church or to St. Eugene Congregation would be appreciated.

Zoe Wilson

(posted 4/16/12 - Bill Edwards)

Our classmate, Zoe Wilson passed on 4/9/12 in Milwaukee (age 57 yrs.) A memorial service for Zoe is planned at St. Eugene Congregation (Fox Point) on Saturday, 4/21/12 (9:30 AM - 11 AM) with a Mass of Christian Burial to immediately follow the service.We express our sincere condolences to Zoe's mom (our beloved F-Wing librarian-extrordinaire), Ben (husband), Mary (sister) & family / friends. Like her mom, Zoe was a mentor in a Ed-Tech specialist role at Nicolet for a number of years.



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04/16/12 08:42 AM #1    

Janis B Bozic (Nuckolls)

I am so sorry to hear this news.  I knew Zoe from our grade school days at St Nicholas.  I remember her sweet mom Agnes,  her sister Mary, and her dad too.  Zoe was very gifted artistically and so very nice.  I remember that she had a strong sense of her own individuality, and a lovely graceful way of being herself.

05/17/13 02:18 PM #2    

Lynn A Schmitt (Frigge)

How saddened and shocked I was to learn about Zoe's passing.  Zoe was always very nice to everyone, and she never had an unkind word to say about anyone.  She was always so full of energy  and always had a very positive outlook on life.  I honestly haven't seen her since high school, but I will always remember her for the truly good human being she was.

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