Mildred B. Nosbisch

mildred nosbisch
Mildred B. Nosbisch, age 93, of New Hampton, IA, died on Thursday, January 21, 2010 at the New Hampton Care Center in New Hampton. Mildred B. Ungs was born on July 3, 1916 to Michael and Elizabeth (Rausch) Ungs near North Washington, IA. She attended St. Marys School in North Washington. Mildred was a maid for families in the area. On December 28, 1937 Mildred was united in marriage to Victor Nosbisch at Immaculate Conception Church in North Washington. The couple farmed together in the North Washington area until 1960, when they moved to New Hampton. Mildred was a cook for Hollys Caf in New Hampton, as well as, New Hampton Community School. Mildred enjoyed her plants, flower gardens, collecting dolls, many crafts, crocheting, and cake decorating. She especially enjoyed good times with her family, playing cards with her sisters, and cooking. Mildred volunteered at the New Hampton Care Center for several years. She was a member of St. Marys Catholic Church, and Holy Family Rosary Society. Mildred is survived by her six children Carol Schmitz of New Hampton, Ron Nosbisch of Mesa, AZ, Sharon (Mac) McDonald of New Hampton, Jean Wiltse of New Hampton, Phyllis Nosbisch of Wheeling, IL, and Steve (Maryanne) Nosbisch of Larkspur, CO; 16 grandchildren; 39 great-grandchildren; 6 great-great grandchildren; two sisters Luella Lentz of New Hampton, and Edna Long of New Hampton; a brother-in-law Dale Gates of New Hampton; a sister-in-law Mel Ungs of New Hampton; and numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Victor Nosbisch on January 3, 1999; five brothers Clarence, Edward, Francis, Reynold, and Clement Ungs; a sister Elaine Gates; and three sons-in-law Ron Schmitz, Vernon Wiltse, and Mick Spencer. Cemetery: Burial will be in St. Marys Cemetery at New Hampton with Cory McDonald, Brian McDonald, Bill Edgar, Jason Gamble, Paul Schmitz, Nyle Nosbisch, Tom Schmitz, and Mitch Nosbisch serving as casket bearers. Honorary casket bearers will be Ella Mae Rankin, Charlotte Hollis, Lavonne Rosonke, Ethel OByrne, Lorna Gorman, Ralph Rausch, Francis Kramer, Paul Schwickerath, Dick White, Bob Kramer, and Don Kubesh. Visitation: Visitation will be on Monday, January 25, 2010 from 4-8pm at Conway-Kolbet Funeral Home in New Hampton with a rosary at 4:30 and a 7:00 pm scriptural wake service. Visitation will continue at the funeral home one hour prior to the service on Tuesday. Service: Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:30 am on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 at Holy Family Parish-St. Marys Center in New Hampton with Msgr. Carl Schmitt and Father Marvin Salz celebrating.

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  1. Sharon and Mac and all your families.
    Our deepest sympathy and prayers to everyone. Mildred was so much fun to work with at the country club. She always made everyone feel so comfortable She was a joy to ber around and a very good cook. She is at peace.

  2. Our deepest sympathy to all the Nosbisch family. It is
    hard to lose a loved one but know that Mildred is at
    peace with God now. Treasure all the memories you
    have of Mom, Grandma, and Great-Grandma–they last
    forever. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. To the family of Mildred:

    I just wanted to send my condolences to you guys to let you know that I was thinking about you! I enjoyed taking care of Mildred the 4 years I was at the nursing home as well as being able to see your family. I’ll never forget the countless times she asked where her “cheeseburger from McDonalds” was:) You are all in my thoughts and prayers!

    Brooke Randall

  4. It is never easy to lose your Mother. Minnie was “Mom” to many people and was special to many. May God be with you all!

  5. Dear Sharon and Mac, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sadness. Jeff and Dawn also send their sympathy. I will be in touch with you in a few days. Betty and family

  6. To Mildred’s family, we want to extend our deepest sympathy to all of you. Hold your many memories close because they can never be taken away and will get you through these difficult days ahead. She is now with your dad and can rest in peace. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  7. From our family to your family our deepest sympathy to each of you We send love and prayers. Your Mom was a special person.Our sympathy to her sisters also. Lucille and Family

  8. My heartfelt condolences to the Nosbisch family, I keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

    sincerely Kirsten Dietrich

    “…may the god of love and peace be with you.”
    2 Corinthians 13:11

  9. We extend our sincere sympathy and prayers to all of Minnie’s family. She always had a happy smile for everyone. ..A person we all liked having as a friend.
    Ron & Julie Lentz

  10. Jean, so sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. If there is anything you need, just let us know. Deb & Ashley and Steve Gossling

  11. To Mel, Jean and all the families our sympathy to you all, our prayers and thoughts are with you also.

  12. My deepest condolences to Millie’s family. My introduction to New Hampton in 1964 was to meet this lovely lady and several of her wonderful daughters. Warm memories indeed!

  13. Dear Family,

    Just a note to send my condolences over Mildred’s death. Even though I couldn’t be there for the funeral, I was with you in thought. I know these last years have been difficult for your family but we all saw how dedicated you were to your mom. Mildred was blessed to have all of you and the special care you gave her. I know how many fond and loving memories you will always have of her. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love, Norma

  14. Dear Jeanie:
    So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Gad if we can all live that long. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
    Hugs, Jeri

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