Her interest in the medical arts prompted the decision to donate her body to science.
Masses in her memory will be held in Chicago, Ill., Stevens Point and Oconomowoc at later dates.
Any memorial gifts should be sent to the American Cancer Society in her name.
Mrs. Wojtak was born Sept. 15, 1932, in Chicago, Ill., a daughter of the late Boleslaw and Amalia (Lewandowski) Rawski.
She became a registered nurse in 1953.
She was married to Vincent Wojtak Aug. 8, 1953, and they recently celebrated their 60th year together.
She spent her early years in the maternity ward at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Chicago, later working at her husband’s side after he became a podiatrist/foot surgeon.
She had an interest in horticulture that she turned into an associate’s degree before they moved to Stevens Point in 1976.
She worked as a nurse for 45 years in Chicago, Stevens Point and the Sun City area.
Survivors include her husband, Sun City, Ariz.; five daughters, Maggie Smith, Rye, Colo., Marijean (Gene) Browan, Stevens Point, Geralyn (Chuck) Feifarek, Peoria, Ariz., Lizz (Steve) Schneider, Plover, and Monica (Mike) Barden, Waupaca; two sons, Michael (Bernadette), Elk Grove Village, Ill., and Greg (Jan), Stevens Point; 13 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
She was also preceded in death by one son, Stanley “Stosh”; one sister, Charlotte (George) Musilek; and one brother, Richard “Rick” (Millie) Rawski.