Gene A. Weinberger
March 19, 1944 - February 27, 2020
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Anne Kim Krakeli
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Berea Lutheran Church
4873 North 107th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53225
Saturday 3/7, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Berea Lutheran Church
4873 North 107th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53225
Saturday 3/7, 12:30 pm

In lieu of flowers, memorials are appreciated to Berea Lutheran Church or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Entered into Eternal peace on Thursday, February 27, 2020, age 75. Loving husband of Renee. Brother of Jill (Robert). Cherished dad of Christopher and Tanya (Steven) Strackbein. Proud buckaroo “Grandpa” of Joshua and Justin. Further survived by his extended family Anne Kim, Julia, and Soren. Gathering will be held at Berea Lutheran Church, 4873 North…

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Wes Jerving left a message on October 31, 2020:
I'm pretty sure this must be the Gene that I grew up with in my early years in Sheboygan. The Gene I knew moved to Milwaukee in high school and was a track star at Washington High. I am also 75. He would stay with his grandmother on Dillingham Ave., and I think I remember his sister Jill. We would play baseball and golf together. I still think about him occasionally and when the Sheboygan guys get together we talk about him. I was sorry to hear he passed. Wes Jerving
Anne Kim Krakeli left a message on March 6, 2020:
The best Dad I could wish for during my year as an AFS student in Milwaukee. You always had so much love and concern for me, and always engaged in activities I joined at school. The best Grandpa for Vilde who loved you and trusted you from the first time she met you. Wish we could be there at the funeral. Love Anne Kim and Vilde
Greg & Aggie Corcoran left a message on March 4, 2020:
Remembering all the good times. Glad to say you were our friend. Rest in Peace Gene. You will be missed.
Warren and Lynn Brockmeyer left a message on March 3, 2020:
We are sadden to hear of Gene's illnesses and death. May God welcome him with open arms. My fondest memory of Gene was when we both were first married and there was some get together. I learned that he and I were both on the same career path of being Time-Study Engineers. Warren & Lynn Brockmeyer
Tom Daub left a message on March 2, 2020:
So sorry to hear about Gene. After all his challenges these past years it can be said with confidence that he fought the good fight, he kept the faith. May he rest in the arms of his Lord. Even though I am unable to celebrate Gene's life with you on Saturday I will always be here for you and your family. Tom Daub
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Donna and Paul Marcott left a message on February 29, 2020:
Dear friend, Its difficult to say goodbye to someone who has been a part of your life story for 55 years. Sharing memories,many holiday celebrations and family. Being a "great" big brother to my dearest friend Jill ( your sister). I will always remember you with love and respect. It was an honor to have you as a part of my life story. May you find peace and rest and a renewed health with our Lord. Hope those wings aren't too heavy for you my friend. Sincere love and concern and prayers to your family. Donna
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