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Schmidt & Bartelt Funeral and Cremation Services

10121 West North Avenue
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
(414) 774-5010
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Obituary: Dr. Jan Huston Pryor - Montclair NJ News - TAPinto - TAPinto.net

Monday, March 27, 2017

Karen Huston Karydes of Maryland, and John Huston of Texas. Jan was preceded in death by her parents, John and Alice Huston, and her beloved horse, Rocky.Jan was born in Decatur, Illinois, raised in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, and graduated with a B.S. degree in Nursing from Michigan State University followed by an M.S. degree in Clinical Psychology from Western Michigan University. After practicing as a nurse for several years, she returned to Michigan State for medical school. Following a number of years as a vascular and general surgeon, Jan found her professional calling: to provide diagnosis and surgical treatment of breast disease. In 1999 she founded Summit Breast Care, opening several offices in Northern New Jersey where patients— including the uninsured—received great care. She also served as medical director of the Connie Dwyer Breast Center at St. Michael's Medical Center in Newark, NJ. Most recently, she served as a medical director at Hackensack UMC-Mountainside Hospital, where she was a strong proponent of evidence-based screening and treatment of breast disease. Jan was also the key investigator for a study of the Breathlink test, a promising cancer screening tool utilizing genetic markers in a patient's breath. Jan considered it a privilege to be a doctor, never losing her compassion and respect for all of her patients.Sign Up for E-NewsIn addition to Jan's legacy as a skilled physician, she leaves a loving, wild and amazing family. Jan and Jonathan have twelve children, including ten adopted from Texas, Guatemala, Mexico, Russia, China, and Ethiopia. Confident in her deep faith and strong marriage, Jan felt called to adopt a number of older children with traumatic histories, believing they could thrive in a loving Christian f...

Trailblazing reporter was advocate for seniors, the disabled - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Monday, August 01, 2016

But on July 19, following heart bypass surgery, she died of complications. She was 79.Women in mindBauer was born Frances Flower Montgomery in Milwaukee in 1936.She grew up in Wauwatosa, earned a journalism degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, married and later was divorced from Clyde Bauer.Living mainly in Whitefish Bay, she raised three children while nurturing her reporting career in a male-dominated world. Bauer thrived, pecking out stories on tight deadline — typing with a single finger on one hand and wearing her trademark visor atop her head."There was a lot of pressure for ladies to do softer news, but Fran always had a passion for meat and potato journalism," recalled colleague Meg Kissinger.After retiring in 2000, Bauer poured herself into community causes, painting, writing, church projects and the lives of friends and family."She was an original feminist who worked very hard to empower women in all things she did," said Cathy Kehoe, who — in part because of her mother's work — is now an advocate for seniors with dementia, and their families.Two years ago, Bauer moved from Whitefish Bay to a condo in Shorewood. There she helped establish a memory cafe, where people with dementia and their caregivers socialize and share stories.Art was a big part of her life and her public service. She studied painting under well-known local artists, traveled widely with art history in mind and donated many works."Last year it was the 'summer of mom' in my garden," recalled another daughter, Nora Biersack. "She painted whatever was in bloom."She doted on her grandchildren, including long stretches of time in Florida visiting her son Steve and family.Fran Bauer is survived by daughters Cathy Kehoe (Ed Krause), Nora (Mark) Biersack and son Steve Bauer (Dana Hunter), four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.Fran BauerThe memorial service for Fran Bauer is scheduled for 1 p.m. Sunday at Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 1100 N. Astor St., Milwaukee 53202.The family will greet friends after the service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Shorewood Foundation, Memory Cafe SRC, mailed to Shorewood Senior Resource Center or Core El Centro in Milwaukee.About Dave UmhoeferDave Umhoefer covers local politics and government as part of the PolitiFact Wisconsin and Watchdog teams. His investigation into pension padding by Milwaukee County employees won a 2008 Pulitzer Prize.

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Obituary: Dr. Jan Huston Pryor - Montclair NJ News - TAPinto - TAPinto.net

Monday, March 27, 2017

Karen Huston Karydes of Maryland, and John Huston of Texas. Jan was preceded in death by her parents, John and Alice Huston, and her beloved horse, Rocky.Jan was born in Decatur, Illinois, raised in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, and graduated with a B.S. degree in Nursing from Michigan State University followed by an M.S. degree in Clinical Psychology from Western Michigan University. After practicing as a nurse for several years, she returned to Michigan State for medical school. Following a number of years as a vascular and general surgeon, Jan found her professional calling: to provide diagnosis and surgical treatment of breast disease. In 1999 she founded Summit Breast Care, opening several offices in Northern New Jersey where patients— including the uninsured—received great care. She also served as medical director of the Connie Dwyer Breast Center at St. Michael's Medical Center in Newark, NJ. Most recently, she served as a medical director at Hackensack UMC-Mountainside Hospital, where she was a strong proponent of evidence-based screening and treatment of breast disease. Jan was also the key investigator for a study of the Breathlink test, a promising cancer screening tool utilizing genetic markers in a patient's breath. Jan considered it a privilege to be a doctor, never losing her compassion and respect for all of her patients.Sign Up for E-NewsIn addition to Jan's legacy as a skilled physician, she leaves a loving, wild and amazing family. Jan and Jonathan have twelve children, including ten adopted from Texas, Guatemala, Mexico, Russia, China, and Ethiopia. Confident in her deep faith and strong marriage, Jan felt called to adopt a number of older children with traumatic histories, believing they could thrive in a loving Christian f...

Trailblazing reporter was advocate for seniors, the disabled - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Monday, August 01, 2016

But on July 19, following heart bypass surgery, she died of complications. She was 79.Women in mindBauer was born Frances Flower Montgomery in Milwaukee in 1936.She grew up in Wauwatosa, earned a journalism degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, married and later was divorced from Clyde Bauer.Living mainly in Whitefish Bay, she raised three children while nurturing her reporting career in a male-dominated world. Bauer thrived, pecking out stories on tight deadline — typing with a single finger on one hand and wearing her trademark visor atop her head."There was a lot of pressure for ladies to do softer news, but Fran always had a passion for meat and potato journalism," recalled colleague Meg Kissinger.After retiring in 2000, Bauer poured herself into community causes, painting, writing, church projects and the lives of friends and family."She was an original feminist who worked very hard to empower women in all things she did," said Cathy Kehoe, who — in part because of her mother's work — is now an advocate for seniors with dementia, and their families.Two years ago, Bauer moved from Whitefish Bay to a condo in Shorewood. There she helped establish a memory cafe, where people with dementia and their caregivers socialize and share stories.Art was a big part of her life and her public service. She studied painting under well-known local artists, traveled widely with art history in mind and donated many works."Last year it was the 'summer of mom' in my garden," recalled another daughter, Nora Biersack. "She painted whatever was in bloom."She doted on her grandchildren, including long stretches of time in Florida visiting her son Steve and family.Fran Bauer is survived by daughters Cathy Kehoe (Ed Krause), Nora (Mark) Biersack and son Steve Bauer (Dana Hunter), four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.Fran BauerThe memorial service for Fran Bauer is scheduled for 1 p.m. Sunday at Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 1100 N. Astor St., Milwaukee 53202.The family will greet friends after the service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Shorewood Foundation, Memory Cafe SRC, mailed to Shorewood Senior Resource Center or Core El Centro in Milwaukee.About Dave UmhoeferDave Umhoefer covers local politics and government as part of the PolitiFact Wisconsin and Watchdog teams. His investigation into pension padding by Milwaukee County employees won a 2008 Pulitzer Prize.