Mildred "Mickey" I. Kargel
June 9, 1929 - August 28, 2018
Howe Peterson Funeral Home in Taylor, MI
Services for Mildred will be held on Thursday, September 6th at 11 AM at Howe-Peterson Funeral Home in Taylor, MI, with a visitation from 10-11 AM.
Mildred (Mickey) Ilene Kargel, age 89, of Hale MI and formerly of Taylor, went to be with the Lord on August 28, 2018.
Mildred was born to Herbert H. Schiller and Mary Ann (Lake) Schiller on June 9, 1929. She grew up in Dearborn and graduated from Dearborn High School in 1947. She was a member of the Hi-Y Senior Girls Reserve (a club sponsored by the YWCA). She also sang in the Chorus, was a Cheer Leader and Honor Student.
On September 11, 1948 Mildred married Kenneth F. Kargel in Dearborn, MI. They were married for 63 years. They lived in Taylor, MI for many years and then retired to Hale, MI.
Over the years she was involved in the Cub Scouts, was a stay at home mother until her youngest child started high school, and then went to work as a medical assistant.
Mildred is survived by her children, Douglas (Brenda) Kargel of Greenville, MI, Catherine (Howard) Garms of Alanson, MI, Shirley (Kenneth) Robinson of West Bloomfield Township, MI, and Ricky (Judy) Kargel of Woodhaven, MI; five grandchildren, Elizabeth (Kargel) Duncan, Dawn Robinson, Krystal (Robinson) Nash, Nicole Passmore, and Ricky Kargel; four great-grandchildren, Levi J. Nash, Aidan D. Nash, Logan S. Nash, and Janessa Duncan; sister, Dorothy (Schiller) Vantubergen; and Aunt Marian (Rockwieler) Schiller.
Mildred was preceded in death by her parents, Herbert H. Schiller and Mary Ann (Lake) Schiller; sister, Ruth (Schiller) Wroble; brother, Clarence Schiller; her husband, Kenneth Frank Kargel; and her grandson, Christopher Kargel.
Services for Mildred will be held on Thursday, September 6th at 11 AM at Howe-Peterson Funeral Home in Taylor, MI, with a visitation from 10-11 AM. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Heartland Hospice.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Heartland Hospice.
Mt. Hope Memorial Garden in Livonia, MI