Glory Losinski

Glory Jean Losinski (Gagliano)

Tuesday, July 23rd, 1957 - Saturday, May 2nd, 2020
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Glory Jean Losinski
Muskego - (Nee Gagliano) Age 62. Born into eternal life May 2, 2020. Loving wife of Gerald, "the love of her life" for 41 years. Beloved mother of Jamie Blohm (Steven Bappert) and Luke Losinski. Proud Nana of Kaden, Adesa, and Kole. Dear sister of John (Nancy) Gagliano, Michael (Jackie) Gagliano, William (Lorene) Gagliano, Anthony (Kari) Gagliano, and the late James Gagliano. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other beloved family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Anthony & Virginia Gagliano. Her father passed away when she was just a teenager. She and her mother developed a very close relationship. Her favorite thing to do was sit on the front porch "up North" and watch hummingbirds, she loved her family gatherings with her big family. Private burial. Glory was the kindest woman in the entire world and we are all better people to have known her.
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Darlene Pawluk

Posted at 07:29pm
My heart is heavy with sadness for the family. I read the obituary in this morning's Journal/ Sentinel.. Glory and I attended St. Rita, worked together at St. Joes Home for the Aged, we were with each other for our weddings, birth of our children.. etc... Our paths parted a long time ago but I was blessed to see her at Mark Budziszewski's celebration of life. She was like a sister to me in our teen and young adult lives...Jamie and Luke most likely do not remember me... but you, like your mom, have been near my heart for many years!
Darlene Pawluk (formerly Budziszewski)

Bette Schubert

Posted at 07:11pm
I’m so sad to read about Glory. She and I have known each other since we were teenagers working together at a West Allis nursing home. She was fun and sweet and I remember how much she loved her mom. Little did we know we’d both go on to work at St. Luke’s, where we often saw each other and shared stories of our families. She loved Gary and her children and grandchildren. I’m so sorry for your loss.

Jamie Blohm

Posted at 08:52am
The wake for my mom will be Thursday, May 7th 4-8pm.
We will be rotating in and out due to coronavirus.

Maryann Clark

Posted at 09:36pm
Glory and I went to school with each other from kindergarten thru graduation and both work for Aurora for decades. We have shared a few little episodes of naughtiness especially in grade school at St. Rita's but she really had the ability to make you feel so loved and yes, Glory was the kindest woman in the entire world and we are all better people to have known her. I will always miss her.

4EF HUC's Char Long and Kurt Kozub

Posted at 05:55pm
Glory worked with us over 20 years. We will miss our daily talks, updates on the kids and Gary. Most of all we will miss HER! With deepest sympathy,
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