Agnes Marie Schuh, who often said, “Getting old is a waste of time.”, passed away on Thursday, November 4, 2021, at the age of 93.
She was born February 8, 1928, to Louis and Mamie Kozicke in Pulaski. She graduated from Green Bay West High School, Class of 1945. Agnes married Leo Schuh on August 28, 1948. He preceded her in death on September 11, 2011.
Agnes began working as a secretary at Evans and Race shortly after high school and continued until her retirement in the early 1990’s. She was a lifelong Packers fan. She and Leo started attending games at what is now Green Bay East High School Stadium, and for another thirty years at Lambeau Field. Agnes enjoyed traveling with Leo to Europe and various places in the United States. She especially enjoyed babysitting her grandchildren, Garrett and Shelby, and attending their sporting events as they grew up. Her family will remember Agnes for her immaculate flower garden and her love of baking. Agnes had a passion for holiday decorating, especially her Christmas tree with handmade ornaments.
Agnes is survived by her daughter, Lynne Church, Bellevue, WA; her two sons, Steve Schuh, Green Bay, and Dan (Judy) Schuh, De Pere; her granddaughters, Sarah (Fred) Desimone, Everett, WA, Christina (Peter) Church-Closovschi, Everett, WA, and Shelby Schuh, Columbia, MO; her grandson, Garrett (Cassie) Schuh, Johnson Creek, WI; her great-grandchildren, Braden Church and Olivia Desimone; two brothers, Dale Kozicke and Gary Kozicke; her sister-in-law, Beverly Byer.
In addition to her husband Leo, she was preceded in death by her parents; her sisters, Evelyn Hansen and Joanne Prausa; a brother, Donald Kozicke; and a son-in-law, Mike Church.
Friends may call at St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church, 650 S. Irwin Street, on Wednesday from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at the church with the Rev. Finian Zaucha OFM officiating. Burial will be in Fort Howard Memorial Park. On-line condolences may be sent to www.prokowall.com. In lieu of flowers, donations to benefit Unity Hospice would be appreciated.
Agnes’ family wishes to thank Odd Fellow Home, St. Vincent Hospital, and Unity Hospice for their compassionate care in her final days.