May (Maizie) B. Grunwald, 90, died and went home to be with Jesus Monday, December 19, 2022. She was born May 11, 1932, in De Pere, to Dennis and Margaret (Houle) Johnson.
Maizie was a graduate of Nicolet High School. She met her future husband, Ludolph (Ludy) Grunwald at church. They were married July 21, 1951, in Green Bay. Ludy went home to be with the Lord February 8, 1998. Maizie was a full-time wife, mother, and homemaker. She enjoyed her home, and it was open to everyone, always with goodies. Her love for God, her husband, her children, and her grandchildren were evident in everything she did. Maizie will be remembered for being and good cook and baker, especially for her pancakes (crepes), by her grandkids. Maizie loved dogs, the outdoors, camping and snowmobiling with her family. She enjoyed sewing, taking pictures, home movies, and scrapbooking. Mom was a born-again Christian who put her faith in Jesus.
Maizie is survived by her children, Randy (Pat) Grunwald, Lynda (Ron) Gerbers, and Barry (Meg) Grunwald; her grandchildren, Scott (Chrissa) Grunwald, Brett (Lisa) Grunwald, Kirk (Sarah) Gerbers, Wesley (Abbey) Grunwald, and Elizabeth Grunwald; her great-grandchildren, Parker Grunwald, Gianna Grunwald, Elaina Grunwald, Addie Gerbers, Lincoln (Charisma) Schaut, Micah Schaut, Kaylin Schaut, Emerson Schaut, and Wyatt Grunwald; a grandson-in-law, Aaron (May) Schaut; sister-in-law, Karen Grunwald; and nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her husband; an infant son, Johnny; granddaughter, Amy; brother and sister-in-law, Earl (Jean) Johnson; and a sister, June Wilson.
Friends may call at Destiny Church, 411 Destiny Drive, on Thursday, December 29th, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. The Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday at the church with Pastor Kirk Gerbers officiating. Burial will be in Nicolet Memorial Gardens. On-line condolences may be given at www.prokowall.com. Maizie’s family extends a special word of thanks to the caring staff of Angel’s Touch Assisted Living and Moments Hospice.
Mom lived to be with the Lord someday, and now she’s there…What a glorious day.