Morett, Eleanore

Updated: Mon 2:14 PM, Feb 17, 2014
Funeral Home: Pisarski
Eleanore Morett
May 5 1932 – February 14, 2014
Eleanore Morett, age 81, was taken to heaven, with her family and loved ones at her side, on February 14, 2014
She was born May 5, 1932, to the late Joseph and Martha Burant.
She was first married to Donald Eisner, the couple later divorced. He passed away in 1989.
She married Eldon Morett in 1973 in Iowa. Eldon proceeded her in death on February 20, 2009.
Besides raising her children, Eleanore worked for the Portage County Jail, before retiring in 2006.
She is survived by her children Donald Eisner, Michael Eisner, John Eisner, Jeff Eisner, Joan and Rey Villalovos,
as well as her sisters Evelyn Pallen, Elsie Fliss, and her grandchildren and great grandchildren .
Eleanore was proceeded in death by her sister Gracie Kozelek, and brothers Henry, Stanley, and Clarence Burant.
Eleanore was a member of Newman Catholic Church in Stevens Point. She enjoyed gardening and canning, but most of all her family. She always put her family first and that was who she was - love of family.
She was an excellent cook, and enjoyed music, reading, playing the banjo, and going to the casino.
Eleanore will be having a Celebration of Life at Collin’s Park, in Polonia, near her family home this summer. All family and friends will be notified of the date and time. Pisarski Funeral Homes of Stevens Point and Plover are assisting the family with arrangements. For online condolences please visit
                                      Letting Go
                  The angels gathered near your bed, so very close to you.
                  For they knew all of the things that you were going through.
                  I thought about so many things, I tightly held your hand.
                  Oh, how I wished that you were strong and healthy again.
                  But your eyes were looking homeward to a place beyond the sky.
                  Where God will hold you always, it was time to say goodbye.
                  I struggled with my selfish thoughts -- for I wanted you to stay...
                  So we could walk and talk again, like we did - just yesterday.
                  But God still know what's best and I knew God loved you so.
                  So I gave to you life's greatest gift: The Gift of letting go.

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