Laremy Murray Sacia, 47, of Pewaukee, Wisconsin, passed away peacefully Monday, April 11, 2022, at AngelsGrace Hospice after a lengthy battle with brain cancer.
Born August 22, 1974 to Mike and Lois (nee Murray) Sacia, he was raised in North Bend, Wisconsin, surrounded by a large and loving family. He was a graduate of Melrose-Mindoro High School in 1992.
After graduating from Marquette University in 1997 with a degree in civil engineering, Laremy continued working for Lunda Construction as a project manager for nearly 30 years, building many of the bridges and overpasses in the Milwaukee area.
In 2001, he married Jodi Tress, his college sweetheart. Together, they welcomed a son, Rylan, and daughter, Deanna, who were the most important part of his life.
Laremy was a devoted father and avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed hunting all manner of beasts and fowl, happily traveling to Montana for big game hunting and wandering the fields pheasant hunting with his dog, Camber. He loved sports, especially introducing his son to Packers football and Marquette basketball. Running and crossfit with friends at Iron Tribe became a mainstay in his life, and he achieved a hard-earned Spartan Trifecta in 2017.
Laremy credited his strong faith, loving family and devoted friends with getting him through his cancer battle, keeping him brave even throughout his final weeks.
Laremy is survived by his parents, Mike and Lois Sacia of Melrose; his wife, Jodi Sacia, and his two children, Rylan and Deanna, of Pewaukee; his sister Michelle Sacia (Craig) Franzmeier and two nieces, Madeline and Lokella, of Rosemount, Minnesota; and many family and friends.
Gathering will be held at Krause Funeral Home, 21600 West Capitol Drive, Brookfield, Wisconsin, on Friday, April 22, 2022, 3:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Additional gathering will be held at St. Anthony on the Lake Catholic Church, W280N2101 Prospect Avenue, Pewaukee, Wisconsin, on Saturday, April 23, 2022, 9:30 AM -11:00 AM. Mass at 11:00 AM.
His family would like to extend a special thank you to the nurses and staff at AngelsGrace Hospice of Oconomowoc. Jodi, Rylan and Deanna are thankful for the outpouring of love and support over the past difficult months; and Jodi asks that we all unite to ensure his light continues to shine for his beautiful children.