Kim Ann Lisowe

Kim Ann Lisowe, age 64 of Chilton, died peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday, November 24, 2021 at her home in Chilton after a lengthy battle with cancer.  She was a fighter to the end and was surrounded by love. 

She was born April 22, 1957 in Chilton, daughter of Theresa (Bruckner) Rozman and the late Edward Rozman.  

Most recently, Kim was employed by Amerequip Corporation in Kiel where she valued the people she worked with and always took pride in her work.  

She was a woman who appreciated a good book and a good hand of Sheepshead and lovingly tended to her flower beds around the house.  Kim enjoyed simple pleasures in life like the smell of fresh laundry from the clothesline outside and yelling “Go Pack Go!” while watching her beloved Green Bay Packers. 

Above all else, Kim cherished her children and grandchildren who meant the world to her; she continually looked for ways to give them gifts, especially at Christmas time which was her favorite holiday.   

Survivors include her mother: Theresa Rozman; children: Tammy Brocker, Jesse Lisowe, Buddy (Megan) Lisowe, Andrew (Katie) Lisowe; 7 grandchildren: Dakota, Cheyenne, Kila, Carlee, Caleb, Vince & Clark; her siblings: Steve (Katie) Rozman, Cindy Hanssen & Debbie Nolan; and many nieces and nephews and their children.  

Funeral service will be at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at the Wieting Family Funeral Home (411 W. Main St.) in Chilton.  Burial will be in the St. Augustine Catholic Cemetery.  Friends may call at the Wieting Family Funeral Home from 2:00 pm until 3:45 pm on Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

Kim’s family would like to thank Dr. Delaria in Chilton and the Cancer Center at St. Elizabeth Hospital, especially Dr. Heraly for helping Kim through this journey.  They would also like to thank the entire staff from Calumet County Homecare and Hospice, especially her social worker, Shandell; nurses Anna, Rebecca & Nicki; and her aides Brenda & Mary.  Your care and compassion shown to Kim and her entire family was greatly appreciated. 

They would also like to thank Amerequip Corporation for everything they did for Kim to accommodate her desire to continue working as long as she could