Audrey M. Danischefsky passed away Wednesday, June 10, 2015, at Groesbeck LTC, at age 90. A Graveside service will be held at the cemetery in Babcock, Wisconsin on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Audrey was born to Frank and Maime Wordinski in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on April 6, 1925 and lived in Wisconsin during her youth and most of her adult life. After her school years she worked there in a factory. She met a special young Navy man while downtown in Milwaukee , and about a year later, in 1941, Audrey was united in marriage with Charles Danischefsky. Audrey was a stay-at-home mom, raising their three children. After the children were grown, she and Charles bought the “Sportsman Bar” in Babcock, Wisconsin. She ran the business while he worked as a plumber, and they considered that the best time of their lives. She loved people and was a “feisty” person, so she really enjoyed the customers. After Charles passed away in 1979, she continued with the bar a few years before selling and retiring. Audrey enjoyed going to the casinos that were close to where she lived. And once a year for her birthday, her daughter took her to Shreveport. She enjoyed the excitement of gambling and being in the crowd of people. She never met a stranger and would wave to everybody. She was an excellent mother and even raised a few of the grandchildren and several great grandchildren. She moved to Texas to be near her daughter Carol about six years ago, and always missed the winter-time snow of Wisconsin. She lived at Groesbeck LTC the last year and a half, where her greatest joy was playing Bingo. Mrs. Danischefsky was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Charles; and a sister, Gladys McDonald. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Allen and Sherry Danischefsky of Babcock, WI; her daughter and son-in-law, Carol and John Hoffman of Franklin, TX.; daughter and son-in-law, Lois and John McKeel of Nekoosa, WI; eight grandchildren; and nineteen great grandchildren.