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Mary Alice Gundrum

Published On: Jul 08 2013 02:19:30 PM CDT
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Mary Redinger-Gundrum, age 57 of Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin formerly of West Bend, Wisconsin died Sunday, July 7, 2013 at her residence.

A memorial gathering will be held Wednesday, July 10, 2013 from 4 to 7 P.M. at the Picha Funeral Home in Wisconsin Dells.

Mary was born January 20, 1956 in Slinger, Wisconsin the daughter of Donald and Naomi (Schneidewent) Tischer. She grew up in West Bend, graduated from West Bend East High School in 1974 and worked for many years at the West Bend Company. She had married Mark Gundrum in January of 1989 in Slinger, Wisconsin. They moved to the Wisconsin Dells area in 2002.

In her younger days Mary was enthusiastic about playing softball, she loved to bake and she truly enjoyed making Native American beadwork crafts.

Mary is survived by her loving husband, Mark; daughters, Jessica Redinger of Bismarck, North Dakota and Miranda (Abraham) Inetianbor of Plantation, Florida; stepsons, Andrew (Samantha) Gundrum of Greenfield, Wisconsin and James Gundrum of West Bend; brothers, David (Lynn) Zelm, Michael Zelm, Carl (Lynda) Zelm, John Zelm and Martin Tischer; sisters, Arlene (Dick Arnold) Sprague, Gloria (Bill) Kreis, Jane (Art) Payne and Celia (Steven) Peters; and grandchildren, Veda, Morgan, Izavella, Jack, Cooper, Sylas and Olivia. She was preceded in death by her parents and a young brother, Dick Zelm.

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