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Margaret A. Ungemach

February 18, 1959 - January 2, 2021

Service Date January 9, 2021

Service Location Piasecki Funeral Home

Funeral services honoring Margaret’s life will be held on Saturday, January 9, 2021.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. at the Piasecki Funeral Home, 3720 39th Avenue.

Private Inurnment will take place in Sunset Ridge Memorial Park.

A gathering of relatives and friends will be held on Saturday, January 9, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. until the time of the service at the funeral home. The memorial service will be limited due to COVID restrictions and may be viewed via livestream on Saturday, January 9th at 2:00 p.m. on the following link  facebook.com/piaseckifuneralhome/live/You do not need Facebook to watch.

In lieu of flowers, memorial remembrances to Shoreland Lutheran High School, 9026 12th Street, Kenosha, WI 53144 or to Martin Lutheran College, 1995 Luther Court, New Ulm, MN 56073 would be appreciated by the family.

Due to public health concerns, and in compliance with CDC guidelines, only 50 people will be permitted to enter the funeral home at one time.  For the safety of our guests, you may be asked to wait outside.  Social distancing will be maintained and those in attendance are required to wear a face covering.  We thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this difficult time.

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Posted by:
Susan Grosz

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January 9, 2021

My condolences to all of Meg's family. I was privileged to have worked with Meg during her first call to Good Shepherd in Downers Grove. We spent many hours together learning and teaching God's little lambs. It was a wonderful time. Keep her in your hearts; she will be in mine. God's blessings to you all.

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Ann Voge

Posted on:
January 9, 2021

My deepest sympathy to Megs family and friends. . Meg was our ministry of music SS school teacher and friend to many at Trinity for many year. I loved your gentle heart, smile, spirit and friendship. You will be missed. May you be at peace in heaven with our Lord and Savior.

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Ann and Robert Mayers

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January 8, 2021

Dear family of Margaret Although Robert and I didn’t know Margaret personally we do know her through Jackie and Ken. She knew my mum and very kindly wrote to us when we lost my mum back in 2019. We really appreciated such a kind letter and know Margaret had a kind caring heart. May it help to know that we are thinking of you at this very sad time. Taken too soon. Ann and Robert Mayers

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Arnold and Judy Bousley

Posted on:
January 8, 2021

I had the privilege of teaching with Meg at Good Shepherd, Burnsville, MN. We worked closely as I was called to teach part time, pulling out her 2nd graders for part of the morning. She was very supportive and helped me get back into teaching after having 10 years off to raise our children. She also was a dedicated teacher to our two children for 1st and 2nd grade. We remained friends after she left Good Shepherd for several years, but sadly, lost touch later. I look forward to seeing her again one day where there will be no more sadness or pain. Well done, Meg.

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Pastor Emeritus Gerald Schroer

Posted on:
January 7, 2021

Although we already knew brother Joel from his years at Michigan Lutheran High School, it was in the last couple years that we got to know Meg as a member of St. Paul's, Stevensville, MI. Talking with her after church and thanking for serving as one of our organists gave me a bitof isi

Posted by:
Pastor Emeritus Gerald Schroer

Posted on:
January 7, 2021

Continued: Not sure what happened. Message was complete when submitted. Just wanted to acknowledge Meg's willingness to serve and her humble trust in Jesus. The suddenness of her death startles us, but the suddenness of her entrance to heaven's glory must have amazed her with an amazement that will never end. "To God be the glory, great things He has done..."

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Rich & Zoe Latsch

Posted on:
January 7, 2021

All 3 of our children were taught by Miss U. in their early elementary years. She was an outstanding teacher who dearly cared about her students & provided them with an excellent Christian education as did the other staff at Good Shepherd in Downers Grove. We will miss you Miss U. but know that you are in heaven with our risen Savior where we all look forward to a grand reunion forever.

Posted by:
Betty A. Kirchner

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January 6, 2021

My sincere condolences to ‘Meg’s’ extended family.

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Richmond and Connie Scharf

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January 5, 2021

We enjoyed getting to know Margaret while she was at DMLC and also teaching in Burnsville. What a lovely servant of her Lord!

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Pastor Bill Cornelius

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January 5, 2021

When I was a Vicar at St. Paul in Tomah, Margaret was always a friendly and supportive person I could talk with. Peace in Jesus, John 14:1-4.

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John Edgington

Posted on:
January 5, 2021

Margaret was a wonderful and truly kind hearted person that will be greatly missed

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Karen and Jim Tenyer

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January 5, 2021

Sending our deepest sympathy to the family! I remember Margaret as a guiet kind person. Who faithfully served her Lord! Well done, good and faithful servant! She now enjoys the Crown of Life!

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Diana Van Daalwyk

Posted on:
January 5, 2021

Our deepest sympathies.

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Carrie Pahs

Posted on:
January 5, 2021

Oh Margaret, there aren’t enough characters in this box to explain how much I will miss you. Your gentle voice, and sweet, caring self... will be missed greatly by your work family @Bosak Honda. I will never forget your laugh, or kind words when I needed them. You couldn’t hurt a fly, or a mouse (inside joke, you know Margaret). You loved your cup of coffee in the morning, at the beginning of a work day. I loved bringing you little gifts, and you appreciated them so much- the smallest gesture, put a smile on your face. You are greatly missed, and there is a big hole @ Bosak without you. I know god called you to heaven when he was ready. You will forever be in my heart. I’m glad to have spent the last few years with you. May you rest in Gods arms now. Love you, Margaret “Meg”

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Carrie Pahs

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January 5, 2021

Margaret “Meg” would always let me snap a funny filter photo, when we had down time, and wanted a quick laugh! I will miss you so much!

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Kurt & Brenda Rosenbaum

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January 5, 2021

Margaret joined my staff at Good Shepherd in Burnsville and we enjoyed five years together there. Solid, unwavering, and dependable are adjectives that come to mind instantly when thinking about our time serving together. She was a frequent visitor at our home as well, and we had many fun evenings of dinner and games. While it was a shock to know of her departure, it is a celebration to know that another saint has received her crown of life...what a victory.