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In Memory of Ingeborg 'Inge' Bleier

Ingeborg ‘Inge’ G. Bleier, 91, passed away peacefully surrounded by the love of her family on May 26, 2020 in Hudson, WI. Inge was born September 22, 1928 in Ulm, Germany to Erwin and Emma Leipold. The family moved to the US and settled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After graduating from Lincoln High School in 1947, she met Howard Bleier on a blind date and the two were married June 9, 1951.

The couple settled in Hudson where Howard opened his dental practice. After raising three children, Inge worked for more than 20 years at the St Croix County Courthouse where she was eventually the Deputy Clerk of Courts. Inge was active in the church, the Garden Club and loved to knit, quilt and read. She also enjoyed spending time with her family, especially at family parties and sporting events.

Inge is survived by her son James (Gail) Bleier; daughters, Karen (Mark) Schmeets and Barbara (Patrick) Coffey; sister, Susie Zainer; sister-in-law, Sue Ellen Bleier Agin (Ron); brother-in-law, Barry (Lynne) Bleier; six grandchildren Aaron (Sarah) Bleier, Jeremy (Alexandria) Trieb, Lucas (Tanya) Trieb, Andrew (Katie) Bleier, Alysha (Jeremy) Gilstrap and Emily (Nick) Watters; eleven Great-grandchildren, Evelyn Bleier, Magdalene Watters, Carson Bleier, Kristen Gilstrap, Martin Bleier, Alice Watters, Carter Trieb, Caleb Trieb, Nicholas Bleier, Grace Trieb, Hannah Trieb; and many other nieces,  nephews and friends.

Inge was preceded in death by her loving husband of 58 years, Howard, her parents Erwin and Emma Leipold, her brothers Erwin Jr., and Richard; and sisters, Ruth Ann Kinner, and Carol Meier.

A private memorial service for Inge will be held Friday afternoon, May 29th.  Interment beside her husband Howie will follow at Willow River Cemetery in Hudson. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to the Hudson Public Library or to a charity of your choice. Services entrusted to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home in Hudson.

 

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    • I just found out that Inge passed away. My sincere sympathy to all of Inge’s family.
      My mom worked for many years with Inge at the court house. Mom enjoyed those years..
      I would visit mom during holidays and summer, and that included walking with Inge and other friends and having coffee. There was lots of coffee and good conversation, and of course a little shopping many Saturday mornings at Target.
      God’s peace to you.
      Susan Hutton

    • Hi to inge’s family,
      So sorry to hear about her death. The first of our 4 people sorority. (Our inside joke.) I still have my pin. She will never be forgotten as we enjoyed our Wednesday night dominoes, coffee clutches and visiting together in our apartments. I am unable to go shopping and don’t have access to cash because of where I now live and because of this darn virus so at least I can send this message to the tribute wall.
      My deepest sympathy to all of you.
      Hugs, Bev

    • We were blessed to know Inge, she was beautiful inside out. We will miss her kindness and friendly smile. Condolences to her family. 🙏🏼 God bless all of you and comfort you. ❤️