Mollie Virginia Neuse Wranitzky

Date of Birth: Jan. 28, 1924  |   Date of Death: Sept. 2, 2017   |   Service Date: 11:00 A.M., Saturday. Sept. 23, 2017. 

Wranitzky PhotoMollie Virginia Neuse Wranitzky, age 93 and loved by so many, went to be with the Lord on Sept. 2, 2017.    She had enjoyed great friends at Orchard Park Assisted Living in Kyle in the last 8 months.  Although her health had declined in recent weeks due to complications of a fall, her passing leaves those who loved and knew her in a state of sadness.

Mollie Neuse was born Jan. 28, 1924 in Kyle to Helen Thiele and Henry Neuse, the 2nd of 5 children.  She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran Church in San Marcos.  Her Lord and Savior were real and precious and guided her in living her life.

She attended Texas State Teachers College in San Marcos, Texas and taught school during World War II.    At age 21, she married Benjamin Rudolph Wranitzky on October 28, 1942 and had three daughters, Debbie Lockhart (Bruce), Nancy Myers (Tom), and Susie Carter (John).  She was a devoted wife and mother, active in the church, PTA, Garden Club, 4-H Club, and Home Demonstration Club.  She loved playing tennis, reading, playing “42”, and was an accomplished artist.  Mollie loved sports, but even more loved her family.  Grandchildren include Anna (Cole Kirby), Abigail Christ (Shane), Mark Lockhart, Frank Lockhart (Chrysty), Joanna Avera (John), Heidi Fowler (Tom).  Great grandchildren are Ava and Bella Christ; Bruce, Addison, and Malcom, Lockhart: Lexi, Chloe, and Vivian Avera, and Erin, Thomas, and Emily Fowler.

At age 70, she was baptized in Immanuel Baptist Church where she made many friends and was active in the Lord’s work.  She wrote in her memoirs that she hoped family and friends would remember the Golden Rule and Ten Commandments.  She was a kind, radiant personality which made her a role model for many.

The Memorial Service celebrating Mollie’s life will be at 11 AM, on Sept. 23, 2017 at Immanuel Baptist Church located at 4000 East FM 150, Kyle, Texas.

Memorials welcome to the charity of one’s choosing.

Arrangements by Pennington Funeral Home.


1 Condolences

  • Deanna Kanady

    September 22nd, 2017 on 8:18 pm

    I will always have fond memories of Aunt Mollie. My mother loved her dearly and I always remember going to her house at Christmas for a visit while we were staying at Granny’s. I have several pieces of her hand-painted china that I will always cherish. She was a talented artist. Mark and I had a wonderful visit with Aunt Mollie this past Memorial Day weekend. We caught up on her family and all of the activities she was involved in. I am so grateful we had the opportunity to spend some time with her. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. I know you will miss her but you have lots of wonderful memories to keep her spirit alive.


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