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Edward and Cecelia Loskot

07/29/1928 - 01/03/2021
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Edward A. Loskot, age 92, and Cecelia E. Loskot, age 88, of Winneconne, both died at Mercy Medical Center in Oshkosh; Eddie on January 3, 2021, and Ceil on January 6, 2021.

Eddie was born July 29, 1928, in Marathon, Wisconsin to the late Jerome and Pauline (Meyer) Loskot. He served his country during the Korean War in the 9th Regiment of the 2nd Infantry Division as a Corporal in the U.S. Army. Eddie earned the Bronze Star because of his duty as a jeep driver transporting important Army personnel, usually under enemy fire and at times on nearly impassable treacherous roads.   

Ceil was born February 2, 1932, in Marathon to the late Thomas and Clara (Weilock) Stencil.

On September 1, 1952, Eddie and Ceil were married at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Marathon. After they were married, they moved to Milwaukee, the St. Francis area, for work. During the ‘60s, they owned and operated Ed and Ceil’s Tap in Milwaukee. After that they worked various manufacturing jobs. In 1980, Eddie and Ceil moved to Waupaca and they both worked as custodians for the Amherst School District. They moved to Winneconne in 2018.

Eddie’s hobbies included woodworking, playing the piano and accordion, and he enjoyed Ceil’s homemade bakery, as much as she would allow.

Ceil was a hard worker who enjoyed doing crafts, sewing, and baking.       

Eddie and Ceil are survived by their children, Sandy (Dennis) Troppman, of Milwaukee; Sue (Gary) Bjornstad, of Oak Creek; Tom (Chandarose) Loskot, of Winneconne; grandchildren, Craig (Katie) Troppman, Kevin Troppman, Lisa (Jason) Morgan, Amy (Adnan) Plavulj, Deion Loskot (Emily), Dylan Loskot; great-grandchildren, Jacob and Jack Troppman, Caden and Brynn Morgan, Kira and Maci Plavulj. Eddie is also survived by a sister, Elaine (Louie) Thibault. Ceil is also survived by a brother and a sister, LaVern (Joanie) Stencil, Marcella Kettell.

Along with his parents, Edward was also preceded in death by a brother, a sister-in-law, and sister, Jerry and Barbara Loskot, Diane Heitkemper; and a son-in-law, Mike Barna. Along with her parents, Cecelia was also preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Tony Kettell; and a son-in-law, Mike Barna.

Cremation has taken place and a funeral Mass will be held at a later date, with interment at the Central Wisconsin Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery in King, Wisconsin. Mueller Funeral Home-Winneconne is assisting the family with arrangements.

The family wishes to thank everyone who has expressed their condolences, and the staffs of Mercy Medical Center and Evergreen at Home for their quality of care provided to Eddie and Ceil.

If you wish please submit online condolences to muellerfh.net.      

Philip Morgan wrote on January 14, 2021
Life can be tough, heaven is a much better place. I have been praying for you and your family. God’s love and grace are always with you, sorry for your loss.

Jim Kirk wrote on January 13, 2021
Tom, my sympathy goes out to you, and the rest of your family. I am truly sorry for your loss.

Linda (Mullins) Knauf wrote on January 13, 2021
My deepest sympathy to Sandy, Sue, and Tom, from the Mullins family. I was talking Jeri Wadzinski today and she told me of this sad news. I have fond memories of Ed and Ceil as they always seemed to have a great time when we were at Tom and Clara’s when we were young. I’m so sorry for your loss. Linda (Mullins) Knauf

Barb Bentzen wrote on January 12, 2021
I am so fortunate to have crossed paths with Ed and Ceil when I worked at the Amherst Elementary School. I considered them my friends and always enjoyed the many conversations we had. They were so friendly and were always willing to help when needed. My heart goes out to Ed and Ceil’s family.

Kathleen Nicholson wrote on January 11, 2021
Ed and Ceil were both special people to us at the Amherst Schools. They took such pride in the care of our buildings and both became my friends when I taught there.

Dawn Krueger wrote on January 11, 2021
To my friend Sandy and her sister Sue You have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your parents. I know there with each other, hoping you find comfort in knowing that there dancing in "HEAVEN " and in loving hands with our Lord. DAWN KRUEGER DAVID WESLEY

Robert Faux wrote on January 11, 2021
Ed and Ceil were my neighbors. Ceil brought over homemade soup often. They sure did like to polka.

Aaron & Amy Tuomi Family wrote on January 10, 2021
Our hearts go out to all of you during this difficult time. Such a great couple who built a solid foundation to create an amazing family. Hold those memories close. Love, hugs and prayers.

Duke Tuomi & Janet Pagel wrote on January 10, 2021
Please accept our sincere sympathy in the death of Ed and Ceil. They were a wonderful couple and will be sadly missed by all who knew them. God's blessings to their family and friends. May your suffering be eased ad you remembet the good times in their lives.

Rochelle woiak family wrote on January 10, 2021
Ed and ceil were wonderful people. They loved to polka!! We saw them polkaing at the corn roast one year. They had followed the band there. They will be missed by everyone who knew them.

David & Patricia Grant wrote on January 10, 2021
Our sincerest condolences at this very rough time.

Ryan Tuomi and family wrote on January 10, 2021
Deepest sympathies, they really were so nice and wonderful. Ed was so easy to talk to and Ceil and I liked to polka together. They are in our hearts.

Tom and Karen Morgan ash wrote on January 10, 2021
Ed and ceil we are the most adorable couple I’ve ever known. Ed always had a smile on his face. They were so happy together. And Ceil was such a fashionable lady. She was so excited telling me about her dancing her polka dancing that she loved. She ran to her purse to get out the picture of her dancing that was in the newspaper, she was so proud. I will hold them both in my heart and I will miss seeing them at all the parties. They are both together in heaven.

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