Sister Anne Matisek, CSA,

Sister Anne
Matisek, CSA, formerly known as Sister Wilhelmine, died peacefully in St. Agnes
on August 30, 2014. 

Anne was born
in Atwood, KS, on November 9, 1919, to Joseph Matisek
and Anna Kytner Matisek.  Her family included
eight girls and two boys.  She made her
profession of vows as Sister Wilhelmine in the Congregation of Sisters of St.
Agnes on August 15, 1939.  Sister
received a B.S. in Education from Marian College of Fond du Lac, WI, and an
M.A. in Education from Creighton University, Omaha,
  She taught middle school students for 18
years in WI, NY, and KS, before being assigned to teach math in high school for
14 years in WI and NY.  For nine years
Sister served as principal and middle school teacher in Colby, KS.  In 1980 Sister Anne went to Mobile, AL,
to assist in the Service Center of Catholic Social Services.  Within the year she took a pastoral ministry
position at Our Savior Parish and ministered there for eight years. Next she was
pastoral minister at St. Thomas Parish in Chickasaw, AL, for 17 years.  Sister Anne moved to Montgomery,
AL, where her ministry was one of presence
until she fully retired in 2011, becoming a resident at Nazareth
Center in Fond du Lac.

Sister Anne
was preceded in death by her parents Joseph Matisek and Anna Kytner Matisek,
and by her siblings: Jerry Matisek, Joseph Matisek, Jo Matisek, Lyda Harvanek,
Agnes Leitner, Mary Jane Duncan, Frances Wilson, Helen Meyers, and Ruth

Sister is survived
by her numerous, devoted nieces and nephews and their families; and by the
Sisters of St. Agnes, with whom she lived, prayed, and ministered.

for Sister Anne will be September 4, 2014, at 9:30 a.m., at Nazareth Court and Center, 375 Gillett Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.  A prayer service will be held in the Nazareth
Center Chapel at 11:30 a.m.

A Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated at 2:00 p.m. on September 4, 2014, at St.
Francis Home Chapel, 33 Everett
, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

 The presider will be Father Ken
Smits, Capuchin.  Burial will follow at St. Joseph Springs Cemetery.

Memorials can
be directed to the Sisters of St. Agnes Development Office, 320 County Road K, Fond du Lac, WI 54937.

The Sisters
of St. Agnes are grateful to the nurses and staff of Nazareth Court and Center for their care
of Sister Anne in these last years of her life.

Funeral Home is serving the Sisters of the Congregation of St. Agnes.