Gladys Micoley, 94, Shawano, formerly of Gillett, died peacefully
Thursday morning, January 17, 2013 at her home, The Cottages. She was
November 7, 1918 in the Town of Oconto Falls to Joseph and Cora
On June 15, 1940 she married Bernard "Butch" Micoley at St. Anthony
Catholic Church in Oconto Falls. The couple lived all of their married
in Oconto County where together they owned and operated "Butch's Bar"
located between Oconto Falls and Gillett for many years. They are
remembered in the area for their love of people, great senses of humor
toward each other and all with whom they came in contact with. Gladys
member of St. John Catholic Church in Gillett.
Survivors include her two children, John "Jack" (special friend,
Karen) Micoley, Shawano; Karen Mohr, San Francisco, CA; six
who she adored, Wade (Marla) Micoley, Chad (Dawn) Micoley, Jayson (Kim)
Micoley, all of Green Bay; Jada (John) Trudell, Oconto Falls; Janelle
Nienhaus, Crivitz; Todd Micoley, Oconto; seven great grandchildren,
and Jordan Micoley; Justin and Michaela Micoley; Steven and Alexandra
Nienhaus; Dylan Rex; many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Butch in 2002,
three brothers, Clarence, Frank and Hoover Greenwood and five sisters,
Mabel, Evelyn, Myrene, Kathleen and Mary.
Visitation with the urn present will be held after 9am Tuesday,
January 22, 2013 at St. John Catholic Church, 124 Garden St. Gillett
the time of service. Mass of Christian Burial will be held 11am Tuesday
the church with Fr. Dean Dombroski and parish director Marla Clercx
presiding. Burial of the urn will take place in Hickory Cemetery, Town
The Micoley family would like to thank The Cottages in Shawano,
Heartland Hospice and Dr. Genadi Maltinski and his staff for the care
concern shown Gladys during their time together.