|Victoria Sandra Mager|
July 29, 1995-Jan. 11, 2014
The oldest of six children, she is survived by Michael Mager, Sr. (father) and Kathleen Mager (loving stepmother), Wautoma, Olivia (mother), and siblings: Michael Jr., Sophia, Anneliese, William, and Jessie. She is also survived by grandparents: Robert and Sandra Mager, Milwaukee, Fredrick and Carol Herrmann, Tustin, Robert and Nancy Sommer, Sussex, Julia Regalado Valdez, Guanajuato, Mexico, and great-grandmother Bernice Jeske, Redgranite.
She was a recent graduate of Wautoma High School and previously worked part time at Riverview Elementary School in Wautoma, with the younger children of the A+ program. She adored children and was an accomplished artist, as well as beautician.
Vicky was in the process of entering military service at the time of her death. She was to be the first woman in the Mager family to serve, joining a long and proud family tradition of military service going back to the civil war. Her father, grandfather, and great grandfather all served in the armed forces, with her great- grandfather having been killed in action in WWII (earning the distinguished service cross, bronze star, and purple heart).
“Lord Jesus, you removed my little girl from this world, and some people may not understand, why it is that I thank you for this? Although I am devastated and missing her physical presence, I am reminded of your promise of everlasting life. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, I truly understand, that we must offer prayers of thanksgiving to you. Eighteen years you have given us with this most special angel here on earth. She was and is my reason for living; my inspiration and strength to do all that is good in your name. I know that she was spiritually prepared to meet you, and ask that you welcome and embrace her in your loving arms. I understand that our lives do not belong to us, yet they are a gift from you. Thank you Lord Jesus, Amen.” I’m gonna miss you Pumpkin-Daddy
To avoid confusion, please note that the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church mentioned below is not the one in Wautoma.
Visitation will begin at 12 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 18 with Mass following at 2:30 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 826 N. East Avenue, Waukesha. A graveside burial will take place on Sunday, Jan. 19 at 2 p.m., at Calvary Cemetery, N2547 16th Avenue, Wautoma.