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Patricia A. Grieninger

Published On: Dec 04 2012 05:28:54 AM CST

Patricia A. Grieninger 59 of Juneau passed away on Sunday December 2, 2012 at home surround by her family.

Patricia was born on July 13, 1953 in Richland Center the daughter of George and Joyce (Reed) Mecum. She married Curtis Grieninger on July 9, 2005 in Watertown. Patricia worked as an assembler for Western Industries in Watertown for 25 years.

Survivors include: husband Curtis Grieninger of Juneau; four children Becky (Cody) Prichard of Anton, TX, Gena (Jeff) Breselow of Mayville, Kenneth Grieninger of Juneau and Georgette (David) Breunig of Watertown; ten grandchildren Matthew, Amber, Tyler, Zane, Ashley, Brooke, Wyatt, Korbyn, Alexzander and Germain; three sisters Ellie (Doug) Behling of Watertown, Carol Bakken of De Forest and Joy Whitford of Sun Prairie; five brothers Bing (Pat) Mecum of Madison, Butch (Lynn) Mecum of Madison, Jim (Karen) Mecum of Madison, Steve (Deon) Mecum of Deerfield and Donny (Linda) Mecum of Madison; also survived by a number of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother Mark.

A memorial service will be held 7:00 PM on Friday Dec. 7, 2012 at the Pederson-Nowatka Funeral Home Watertown with the Rev. Kenneth Prol presiding. Visitation will be held on Friday 5:00 PM until the time of service at the funeral home.

Pederson-Nowatka Funeral Home is caring for the family. On-line condolences may be made at www.PN-FH.com

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