Kathleen R. Arntz, 61, of Green Bay, WI passed away peacefully with her husband by her side on Thursday, February 4, 2021. She was born on September 22, 1959 to the late Orville and Patricia Charlier.
Kathleen was a graduate of Bay Port High School in Green Bay. She went on to work for a home hospice provider for several years. She really enjoyed working with her patients and giving them the best care.
She went on to work for Sears where she was in customer service. Through this position, she met a lot of her lifelong friends. Kathleen was a people person and always had a smile on her face.
Her most recent job was working at Pace Analytical. Kathleen really enjoyed being able to work with her sister here.
On February 4, 2006, Kathleen married the love of her life Edward Arntz at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Green Bay.
Kathleen was a huge fan of motorcycles which her husband introduced her to. Together they enjoyed doing charity rides for organizations such as: Jerry's Kids MDA and Jerry Parins Cruise For Cancer. Every five years for the Harley Davidson anniversary, the two of them would travel to Milwaukee to celebrate.
Another hobby Kathleen had was fishing on Pike Lake in Kettle Morraine. She loved outdoor gardening and flowers, especially succulents. Kathleen had numerous fairy gardens for indoors and outdoors full of succulents. This was a shared hobby Kathleen had with her sisters who got her into it.
Kathleen loved her numerous pets, both cats and dogs. She always had a huge heart for all animals. Collecting different types of elephants was another hobby of Kathleen's. From stuffed animals to hand-carved trinkets, she had them all.
Kathleen is survived by her husband of 15 years, Edward Arntz; children: Joseph Malchow and Stephanie (John) Lovejoy; two grandchildren: Lucas Lovejoy and Lacee Lovejoy; her brother Kenny Charlier; two sisters: Kristine (Tony) Cornelius and Valerie (Buck) Renquin; nieces and nephews: Veronica, Samantha, Melissa, Heather and Matthew; and her four-legged children: Harley, Cherub and Daisy. Along with her parents, she is preceded in death by her brother Richard Charlier.
Due to the current circumstances surrounding COVID-19, the family will be holding private services on Kathleen's behalf. To leave an online condolence for the family, please visit www.NewcomerGreenBay.com.
The family would like to thank the doctors, PA's, RN's, CNA's and other health care workers on the second floor ICU at Aurora Baycare Medical Center for the excellent care and support given to Kathleen during her time there. It is deeply appreciated. The family would also like to thank Pastor Jon Zabel and Pastor Nathan Nass for their support and prayers.