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James Schmidt posted on 4/19/19

So here it is, a HOT summer day on Milwaukee's East during the Bastille day celebrations and all of a sudden Lee gets this huge grin on his face and says "COME ON LET'S GO GREET THE NEW MAYOR" (John Norquist) and knowing Lee this only means that he has something up his sleeve.. To properly set this up you have to imagine Lee in his overall's with the one strap undone just dangling and that it is a HOT SUMMER DAY, we walk to Norquist and Lee extended his hand out to shake the Mayor's hand while congratulating him on being the new Mayor, a split second before he was to grab the hand. Lee shoved his hand into the overall's and proceeded to scratch his sweaty scrotal area and in a flash he is now holding the Mayor's hand and the more the Mayor tried to pull away the harder Lee squeezed the hand... Norquist had a W.T.F. look on his face while the Mayor's wife looked like she is about to vomit, Lee has that huge grin on his face. Lee hung on for about 8 or 9 seconds which I am sure that the Mayor thought it was minutes, Lee finally let go and being a gentleman, he extended his hand to the Mayor's wife but for some reason her face got a distorted look as she swiftly backed away. Love and miss you dude.

 

Jody Berland posted on 4/19/19

My most warm and sincere condolences for your loss. Thinking of you.

 

Jean Minetree posted on 4/18/19

Thoughts are for both of you

 

Jean Minetree posted on 4/18/19

Thoughts are with you both

 

J D posted on 4/18/19

Sophia was my threapist and a friend also helped me through alot with my health and gave me advice my condolences to her family

 

 

Sharon Porfilio posted on 4/18/19

Audrey, you were beautiful. I wish to say goodbye. We shared memories as I saw your name on the roster and looked you up. Our neighbors across the street were Rocco and Mary. I coffeed with Mary most days when their 2 boys were in school at Edison Jr High. My husband was their teacher.

 

Krista Snoddy posted on 4/18/19

Annette was a true lady, very considerate and kind. I was new to the team she was on and she was always very kind and helpful to me. I did not know her well, but remember her kindness and generosity to share and teach. You were lucky to have her in your lives and will be missed. God Bless.

 

Pat (Dovi) Malmberg posted on 4/17/19

Allan, saddened to hear of your Mom's passing. May your memories comfort you. Sincere condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Meranda posted on 4/17/19

I will miss you so very much.

 

Ted Anderson posted on 4/17/19

Blessings, Doug and family.

 

Cathey Achey posted on 4/17/19

I am so very sorry for your loss. I worked with Annette for years and she was such a smart and precious person. She will be greatly missed.

 

Lane Pinchard (Wasserman) posted on 4/17/19

Jerry was like a second "DAD" to me. I remember when he worked at the YMCA and would take me and Allen along with him, Jeff, and Brad. He also use to take us for ice cream a lot. The ice cream was good, but the rides in the Riviera were great! Jerry "Dad" you have given many good memories to me and I have very good memories of YOU! Love you and you will be missed greatly. Sympathy and Condolences to Bradley and the whole family.

 

Ali posted on 4/17/19

Sincere condolences to the family. May you find the words at Revelation 21:4 comforting, knowing that in the very near future God's promises regarding pain and suffering will be gone. Respectfully,

 

B.D. posted on 4/16/19

I’m so sorry about the loss of Audrey. My deepest condolences goes out to the family. We look forward to the fulfillment of (Hosea 13:14) when Jehovah God will “redeem our love ones from the grave” and “remove the sting of death forever”.

 

Alan Lett posted on 4/16/19

Our Sincere Condolences, A $100 donations was made in Jerry's name to the Crohn's & Colitis Foundatio, From the Knight's of Columbus, Council 6448. May he rest in Peace

 

 

Linda Christensen posted on 4/16/19

Big brother you have gone to a better place . You will always be in my heart as you have done so much for me in our lives. You be gone but will never be forgotten.

 

Carol Fraser posted on 4/16/19

So sad to hear. Annette was a classmate many years ago. Thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Elizabeth Sporaa posted on 4/16/19

Rest in peace Grandpa, I know you'll be in heaven looking down and watching over your family. So glad you got to meet your great granddaughter. We love you and will miss you!!

 

Jim & Vicki Cerny posted on 4/16/19

Annette, please accept our condolences on the passing of your mother. We still recall meeting your folks at Peg & Ron’s one Christmas. A good time was had by all! We’ll be thinking of her, you, and your family during these challenging times.

 

Candy (Irwin) Phillips posted on 4/16/19

I am so very sorry for your precious loss.

 

 

Ron Harris posted on 4/16/19

"BYE VI"

 

Ron Harris posted on 4/16/19

Oh Vi,I just did my customary "HI VI" greeting to you Friday! I wish I'd have hugged you longer! SIGH

 

Stephanie Singleton posted on 4/16/19

My heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one Annette. I had the pleasure of working with Annette these past 4 years. She was a kind and caring woman that I was honored to know. She will be greatly missed.

 

Ronald Montano posted on 4/16/19

May you ride long and play hard with Caroline and Patty until we meet again. Heartfelt feelings to the grandchildren and great grandchildren.

 

Tom Patton posted on 4/16/19

My great Italian friend Donnie P will be forever missed. So many great times will always be remembered. May he now rest in peace

 

Toni Hessling posted on 4/16/19

Sincere sympathy to Annette's family. I had the pleasure of working with her for many years. She was a very ethical, kind, intelligent woman and I learned so much from her. She spoke so fondly of her husband and daughter often. She will be missed! Rest in peace now, Annette.

 

Barbara Gambrell posted on 4/16/19

I worked with Annette at Family Health Plan Parkway clinic. She was a sweet & very smart woman. I enjoyed our friendship. So sorry. My sympathy to the family.

 

Barbara Gambrell posted on 4/16/19

I worked with Annette at Family Health Plan Parkway clinic. She was a sweet & very smart woman. I enjoyed our friendship. Sorry sorty. My sympathy to the family.

 

Danny Abbott posted on 4/15/19

2003 Tim and I spent the day riding all over celebrating the 100 yrs of Harley. He generously spent his time with me and I will always remember that day with him. It meant a lot. Especially because we live so far apart I did not know him well. Only that he was my cousin in law. Thank you Tim. RIP cousin

 

 

Karen Johnston posted on 4/15/19

My prayers for you and all your family Annette!! So sorry for your loss..

 

 

Roger and Sherry Wunsch posted on 4/15/19

Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We were blessed to have known Jerry and will always remember his smile.

 

LEE THOMAS posted on 4/15/19

I send my condolence to the family. I only meet Jerry two or three times. He was always smiling and living life to the fullest. It is a blessing to meet and remember someone like him. Someone that leaves an impression on your life. God bless the family in this time of need.

 

Mindy Wirth posted on 4/14/19

Dear June and Family, I am so sad to learn of your loss. Sandy and I shared an office for her entire career at Waukesha County DHSS. Your description of her is so apt - intelligent, dedicated to her calling, hardworking, strong, independent, practical. Your photo of her is perfect too - that is exactly what she looked like when we would crack an inside joke about the 'goings on' in the workplace. ;) Nobody could get down to the meat of the matter more expertly or quickly than Sandy as we tried to help and serve people facing some of the toughest circumstances that life has to offer. Sandy taught me a lot, personally and professionally. Many of our staff sought regular consultation with her on tough cases. And she was a wonderful friend during the time of life that we shared. Talk of our families was ample, as was talk on various philosophical and spiritual questions - whether big or small - of our human condition. She even let me drive her big dually truck a few times - enough for me to know that I shouldn't ever buy one! Having retired myself now, it had been my intent to try and reconnect with Sandy. So my biggest regret is that I delayed in doing so - which is not how Sandy, with her structured and organized style, taught me to handle things. I have no doubt that her legacy lives on in all of you. May God fill you with the peace that comes with knowing that Sandy indeed lived a full life - a life that held both the serious and the silly, love for family and friends, and the satisfaction of skilled work and savored recreation. Sandy left her corner of the world better than when she found it. Imagine if we could all do that. My heartfelt sympathy, Mindy Wirth

 

Chilian family posted on 4/14/19

To the family please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. The bible assures us that our heavenly father is aware of our pain and he is near to the brokenhearted (Psalm 34:18). It also gives us the promise that there will be a resurrection and that God will bring an end to death once and for all (Revelation 21:4). It is our hope that the power of God’s Word will help to ease your sorrow as you cherish the loving memories you shared together.

 

Marianne and John Bolinski posted on 4/13/19

Pat and Family, i am so sorry to hear of Jerry’s passing. May he rest in peace and I pray that you can take comfort in all that you did to love and care for him. Marianne {Ron’s cousin]

 

Vicky Betzig posted on 4/13/19

I will always remember Tim’s humor - he always made us laugh! And what a great and proud Dad and Papa he was to his kids and grandkids. RIP cousin!

 

 

Ellen boettcher posted on 4/13/19

Memories of playing racquetball , planning menus for boundary waters camping, then camping in the boundary waters , and frequent phone contacts for gero psych resources. Other memories abound.

 

Nurvidia Jeffery posted on 4/13/19

Dr. Sophia was my therapist for over 3 years. It was because of her that I really started to heal. Because of her I stopped fighting against therapy and realized the importance of it. She made me see my own strengths when I felt weak. She helped me through some of the darkest times in my life both recent and in the past. She was always patient, kind, funny, and honest. I loved that she wasn’t afraid to tell me how it really was and logically walk me through things when my judgement was clouded by anger or hurt. There is no doubt that she was an amazing person and that the world is changed because of her. I’m honored that I knew her. I will always remember her and the positive impact she had on my life. My deepest condolences to Dr. Sophia’s family and friends. Thank you, Dr. Sophia, for the person you were, for the compassion you had, and for helping me heal. One day we will enjoy sipping on some earl grey again. Much love. Rest well.

 

Kristin Hall posted on 4/12/19

I’ll never forget - Sandy and her daughter Beth hosted an epic sleepover circa 1980. The entire fifth grade must have been there. Sandy put up with our giggling and silliness into the wee hours. And it was pancakes for breakfast. It was a party for the record books. And there were many more fun times after that in Sandy’s home. Thank you for the memories.

 

Bill Wunsch posted on 4/12/19

Will miss his great smile and his warm greeting. My condolences.

 

Yamaya Morrison posted on 4/12/19

I had the pleasure of having Dr. Sophia as my therapist for two years. She helped me through what ended up being the break up of my relationship. I thought I was going to therapy to work through the relationship, not to end it. Dr. Sophia told me very early on that it was not a healthy situation, and although I didn't agree with her, I kept going. It was a tough time and her patience, kindness, and ability helped me through. I really appreciated her. It hurts me to know that she is gone, but I am happy to know that she is no longer suffering. My prayers and condolences go to her family. Much love to you all and thank you for allowing her to be a blessing to me.

 

Yamaya Morrison posted on 4/12/19

beautiful and blessed soul

 

Amber Bailey posted on 4/12/19

I remember as a kid on the weekends we'd get our PJs on and Mom would pop a big garbage bag of popcorn and we go to the drive-in a great weekend and an excellent memory

 

Amber Bailey posted on 4/12/19

I remember as a kid we all would go to the drive-in we all get our PJs on Mom would pop if a garbage bag full of popcorn and it would be a fun night that is truly a great memory

 

Lois Ratzow posted on 4/12/19

Kay.. So sorry to hear about Rollie.. Hope all goes well with you and the family. I remember all the outings we had back in the day. Fun time had by all. Take care.

 

Yolanda Johnson posted on 4/12/19

May my condolences bring you comfort and may my prayers ease the pain of this loss.

 

Kenneth R Braun posted on 4/11/19

My good friend....I am sadly writing this remembering days in the sun in Hawaii and on the top of Mt. Haleakala. Of our many golf outings together and a host of other remembrances over our 45 years of friendship. I offer this to Pat and your family: "We think of you in silence, We often speak your name, But all we have are memories, And your picture in a frame. Your resting place we visit, And put flowers there with care, But no one knows the heartache, As we turn and leave you there."

 

 

Enrique Dueno posted on 4/11/19

Celebrating the life of a good man who has touched the lives of many. You lived a life full of love many could only wish to have enjoyed.

 

Arlene Doeden posted on 4/11/19

Best Mother-in-law in the world! Mother-in-law jokes have flown around forever, mostly derogatory. I could never relate to those, because I had the best in the world! Anna May was kind, soft spoken, and rarely said a negative word about anyone. She took this new daughter-in-law with skeletons in the closet and a wobbly faith, under her wing. Her kindness throughout the years has left a huge positive impact on all of my children’s lives. You left a wonderful legacy Anna May. Can’t wait to see you again! Arlene Doeden

 

 

Daniel Schalk posted on 4/11/19

Thank you Grandma for all the faith, prayer and encouragement through the years. I love you and I will see you soon. Rejoice for us until we meet again in God's Kingdom.

 

 

Daniel Schalk posted on 4/11/19

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Rosa Gonzales Withington posted on 4/11/19

My childhood memorize are intertwined with your families. Our mothers molded us into the people we are today. The endless Saturday night card games, the summer of them drinking Tom Collins, Red light blue night tag games the nights spent laying on the front lawn staring at the stars the water hose fights and all the good times I thank you all. May Jehovah eases your grief and time leave you all with only the good as your legacy.

 

Anthony Hamilton posted on 4/10/19

I miss you so so much grams! I love you♥️

 

Kylee posted on 4/10/19

We love and miss you! ♥️

 

Tera Thompson posted on 4/10/19

Rip grandma Bobby!❤️ We love you.

 

Dodi posted on 4/10/19

You will truly be missed mom. I love you

 

TeresaHamilton posted on 4/10/19

I truly do miss you mom! We all love you so much ❤️

 

Susan Palmer posted on 4/10/19

I fondly remember going camping with Wes, Marion, and family as children. They were always one of our favorite relatives to visit. I will miss both Marion and Wes and pray for the extended family in this time of loss.

 

Ken Stein posted on 4/10/19

Chad, Dee and I send our heartfelt sympathy and love to you, Sarah and your family. Forever Treasure your wonderful memories

 

Pev. Paul and Carol Koester posted on 4/10/19

Wes and Marion and their beloved family were a great blessing and encouragement to me and my wife Carol throughout our time at Greenfield Park Lutheran Church! We will miss their smiles and look forward to our eternal reunion in the Kingdom of Our Lord Jesus Christ!

 

Craig Sandblom posted on 4/9/19

Rollie was a wonderful father inlaw, and will be greatly missed

 

 

Ruth wood posted on 4/9/19

Your Memorial family will miss you very much.

 

 

Carmen Gardner Jackson posted on 4/9/19

My walking inspiration

 

David Austin posted on 4/9/19

Didn't even know Bob had passed....I worked with him at MCTS and joked around with him a lot....back in the day Bob would throw new years day Football Bowl Game parties at his place..... tons of food and a bunch of us guys.....haven't seen Bob for a few years but we always exchange Christmas cards.....You were one of the good ones Bob...RIP

 

 

Kim Koterba posted on 4/9/19

Such a nice woman. She welcomed me in, just like family. I know she will be greatly missed.

 

Judy & Dick Plant posted on 4/9/19

Dick & I are very sad. LuEva was one of the sweetest lady I knew. Our friendships goes back many years and we have many great memories to remember her spirit and faith. LuEva you will always be in our hearts and someday we will be together again. To Jerry, Scott & Steve may Our Lord shower you with all the blessings you need to deal with a very great loss. I am sure she is looking down and saying to all of us....Do not be sad....I am with the Lord.

 

Sheila M. Robinson posted on 4/8/19

It is with great sorrow that I am sending my condolences on your recent loss. As one of Jehovah's Witnesses, I and would like to share a scripture that has benefited me and many people in time of grief. God reassures us of something wonderful in the Bible at Acts 24:15. It says, "There is going to be a resurrection." Along with God's promise to us at Revelation 21:3, 4 of sorrow, death, and pain being done away with permanently. It is my hope that this bit of information is of comfort to you. Please be sure to find further information regarding the resurrection at: JW.ORG May God be with you.

 

Sheila M. Robinson posted on 4/8/19

It is with great sorrow that I am sending my condolences on your recent loss. As one of Jehovah's Witnesses, I and would like to share a scripture that has benefited me and many people in time of grief. God reassures us of something wonderful in the Bible at Acts 24:15. It says, "There is going to be a resurrection." Along with God's promise to us at Revelation 21:3, 4 of sorrow, death, and pain being done away with permanently. It is my hope that this bit of information is of comfort to you. Please be sure to find further information regarding the resurrection at: JW.ORG May God be with you.

 

Jill Glanz posted on 4/8/19

I'm so sorry for your loss, Marty. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Brigid Boyle posted on 4/7/19

I am so sorry I was not able to attend the visitation and funeral. I know what a difficult time this is for you and our family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Chris brunner posted on 4/6/19

Alex and I were high school friends. I remember going up to storms driving range and hitting golf balls. We lost touch when I went to college but I was fortunate enough to connect with him again in January. I'm so sorry for your loss. You raised a great man and I'm sure he knows how much he is loved.

 

Richard J Kurz posted on 4/6/19

Wow Scotty, it's difficult finding words to express how much you meant to me, your family and so many others. Even though it's been a long time since we were together, you were my roundhead brother-in-law and with me when your sister Gail passed away. It was fun texting back and forth during Brewer and Packer games and occasional calls to solve our teams problems. I loved hearing about your archery tournaments and the hunts you were on, some successful, some not and we laughed about them together. I've had the pleasure of knowing you since you were about 12 and now it's come to an end. You are missed but will NEVER be forgotten. Be at peace my man. Love ya always ya roundhead.

 

Beth Peterman posted on 4/6/19

Dear Mary, I was sorry to read about Tom's death. I will always remember him as a deep and insightful man, who loved you dearly. With sympathy- Beth

 

Jeff and Kathy Wiedel posted on 4/6/19

Susan and Marty Please accept our condolences on the loss of Alex. Such a loss but we're sure he left an impact on all he met! May God's hands of strength, and healing help you through your ordeal. God Bless!

 

Leslie Maj posted on 4/6/19

Mary, Beth, and Family... so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Arthur Bartling posted on 4/6/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

Mike and Emily Wos posted on 4/6/19

Marty, Sue, and Family, Our deepest condolences on the loss of your son. Wishing well of you and your family in this time of loss.

 

 

Tammy Schneider posted on 4/6/19

I have never personally met you, but through your beautiful daughters Lisa & Julie and our friendship I have had the opportunity to hear and know about you. Their immense love and compassion for their momma showed through their words, smiles, and actions. Your smile is beautiful and it shines brightly through them and it is these things that bring memory of you .. in spirit I have known you. As the face of Jesus took you this day to heaven, left with tears and sadness forever more your light will continue to shine from heaven above. As you embraced and endured life here you now have your angel wings filled with peace and love . Let it shine brightly

 

 

LINDA LENDA posted on 4/6/19

I will always remember how kind you and Harry were to me. i really appreciated that you made me feel so welcome. You will be missed.

 

Donna Presley posted on 4/6/19

So, as I affectionately called her was a beautiful soul. Her calm and nurturing spirit was like no other. I remember when a group of us went on a cruise and So shared a cabin with myself and 2 other ladies. She was the mother if the room making everyone clean up after themselves and making sure that things were in order. It would be 3am in the morning, So would be out on the balcony praying while everyone else was asleep. I said to her "girl! If you dont get inside this room and pray before you blow over the side of this ship!" We laughed and she said I didnt want to disturb anyone. She would also be on the deck at 6am watching the sun rise and reading the Word of God in true Sophia fashion. Such a peaceful soul and I will miss her dearly. We became friends at church and my life has forever been changed just being around her. People will never know what she meant to me. Love you forever So. Sleep well

 

Donna Presley posted on 4/6/19

So, as I affectionately called her was a beautiful soul. Her calm and nurturing spirit was like no other. I remember when a group of us went on a cruise and So shared a cabin with myself and 2 other ladies. She was the mother if the room making everyone clean up after themselves and making sure that things were in order. It would be 3am in the morning, So would be out on the balcony praying while everyone else was asleep. I said to her "girl! If you dont get inside this room and pray before you blow over the side of this ship!" We laughed and she said I didnt eant to disturb anyone. She would also be on the deck at 6am watching the sun rise and reading the Word of God in true Sophia fashion. Such a peaceful soul and I will most her dearly. We became friends at church and my life has forever been changed just from being around her. People will never know what she meant to me. Love you forever So. Sleep well

 

Rev. Towanda N.T. Connelly posted on 4/5/19

Well Sophia just as quickly as we came together, we are apart. I must say different than from the start. A stranger that became my little sister. God always knows best. He knew that we needed each other during the last 14 years of life. Two completely opposite individuals, a introvert and an extrovert, that God molded together for his plan. We prayed for each other. We trusted each other. We laughed at each other. We got mad at each other. But every time we got mad God would always intervene like a loving father and make us stand down as only "Father God" could do. Reminding us to just love each other. Every time we attempted not to comply, but it never worked, and we had to admit it and then laugh at our own silliness...to think that we though we could have our way over God's way. The relationship we had was God ordained and God maintained. I'll miss you everyday. I miss hearing you say, "oh Father God," I'll miss the way only you could say my name with your Wisconsin accent. I'll miss your surprise usage of slang words. I'll miss talking to my confidant, one I trusted with my secrets. Thank you for trusting me with some of yours. I thank you for allowing me to walk with you on Chester journey. Thank you for allowing me to push you when you didn't want to be pushed. Thank you for simply letting me in to the world of Sophia. My life is better for it. I'm still struggling to imagine my life without you. Not hearing you laugh or you telling me to shut up. NO telling me to BE QUIET (rarely did she say shut up ) but I knew and it felt like Shut up. Sophia a true holy woman of God. God's favor followed her. His presence followed her. God kept her and God loved her best. My dear friend there will never ever ever be another. I LOVE YOU Housemate

 

TJ McKee posted on 4/5/19

Alex was a very dear friend, he could light up a room when he walked in. He was kind and polite, he always had the answer to ever question asked whether he googled it or not. I am going to miss him very dearly

 

Sandy Thurber posted on 4/5/19

So very sorry for your loss. Your mother was a very special lady and loved by many. She will be missed.

 

L.E. posted on 4/5/19

May the Lord guide you during this difficult time and may his memories bring a smile to your face.

 

Dan & Leslie Ledvorowski posted on 4/5/19

So sorry to hear about the loss of your son Marty and Sue. Our prayers are with you and the entire family during this difficult time.

 

Char and Barry Witt posted on 4/5/19

We are so sad and sorry for your loss Marty and Sue. I'm sure you have wonderful memories of Alex that will stay in your heart forever.

 

Catherine Nevels posted on 4/5/19

Having grown up at BTC in Milwaukee, WI with the family, my heart is sad at this loss. Sophie was always an intelligent and beautiful young lady that was destined to change the world around her. Van Leer family- you are all in my prayers for that peace that only HE can give at a time like this.

 

Tom and Joanne Matic posted on 4/5/19

So sorry for your loss. Our hearts and prayers go out to you.

 

Cindy and Bob Kurziak posted on 4/5/19

Marty, Sue and family, we are so sorry for your loss.

 

Middleton Family posted on 4/5/19

Reading the obituary was a reminder that Dr. Sophie Van Leer was an amazingly bold, talented, compassionate, and accomplished woman. Her life and achievements surely reflect Matthew 5:16. "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father which is in heaven". Everlasting peace, Dr. Van Leer. Well done.

 

Carolyn Wood (née Kruschke) posted on 4/5/19

I am so sorry. Praying for you all and hope you might feel even the slightest bit of love as everyone shares their memories of Alex. I graduated Hale in 2002 with him and that feels like an eternity ago. But Alex isn’t someone you forget! He was funny and had us laughing and he had such a good heart and was easy to like. Again, I’m so truly sorry. Hugs to you all!

 

Mona Cohen posted on 4/5/19

Chad & Sarah - I was so sad to learn about the loss of your brother Alex. Nothing can take away the pain & grief, but know you have the support of your friends & coworkers.

 

David Calderon posted on 4/5/19

Sharing one memory is impossible when you have so many to choose from. I want to share a memory that is out of the ordinary, which is what Alex was. I was fortunate enough to be welcomed into his home and witness the love he shared with his family during our High School years, and even UWW. His care, compassion, and love to his family, and notably his younger siblings Hannah and Jonathan is what I choose to share. Despite the age gap, he always made an effort to show his genuine love for them, as well as his parents and other siblings. This is a testament to his selflessness and the impact his spirit made. Love you Alex, and my sincerest condolences are with your family, friends, and loved ones, at this time.

 

Michael Driscoll posted on 4/5/19

Sorry for your loss Marty and Susan

 

Shirley Delahunt posted on 4/5/19

Just heard about the loss of your precious Rollie. My deepest sympathy to all of you. May you find comfort with family and friends. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Cherish all the wonderful memories.

 

Sue strait posted on 4/5/19

Thinking of you and your family at this sad time, Chad. Losing such a vital part of your life is so hard. I hope remembering Alex will bring a smile and good memories.

 

Karolyn L Kafer posted on 4/5/19

My heart is broken. My dear Father, I love you more than anyone or anything and you always have been and always will be my best friend. I miss you so much but I know that you are with the Lord and are no longer suffering and are not in pain anymore. It has been and is my privilege and honor to be your daughter. You have made me feel loved, protected and cherished my entire life and these are the most precious gifts. You have shown me by your example how to be a good and decent God fearing person and I give you my word that I will continue to honor your name and your memory for as long as I live. You will always be in my heart, but you have taken a piece of my heart to heaven with you. I know you are looking down from heaven and still loving, protecting and cherishing me and I look forward to the day when I will reunite with you in heaven and be able to run to you and give you a hug and kiss again. Night, night Daddy, I love you!

 

Sharon Shapiro posted on 4/5/19

Sending the entire family sincere sympathy and heartfelt condolences. Mark, Carli, Sophie, and I all send our love. Hoping your wonderful memories keep you strong during this difficult time. May his name always be for a blessing.

 

Dikla k. lerner posted on 4/4/19

Sorry for Chad and hole family!!! From Dikla and Omri Lerner from Kahal . Israel P2p sovev kinneret . 2014-2015

 

Caroline J Diplari posted on 4/4/19

I ran into Lex about a year and a half ago at Oscar's. I had put in my order and was waiting for it. I was so happy to see him. I mentioned that I wished I had ordered a shake because I need the extra calories. Before I knew it, Lex comes and brings me a shake. Sweet guy. Miss him. RIP Lex. Carol Diplaris (Drew's mom)

 

Dale And Barbara Frahm posted on 4/4/19

So sad to hear. I knew Joyce and Judi from West. Joyce was a blast will miss her. Rest In Peace. To John and family prayers.

 

 

Kate Saltzmann posted on 4/4/19

Mom Sandy, the love you brought to Liza, Jewels and I was a precious gift from heaven. And now to heaven you return and realize the love your earthly body could merely only imagine! Surrounded by His Glory; now your heart feels..what you could only one imagine. Thanks for being YOU and giving us all unconditional love! I love you mom. XO Katie

 

Anne Clasen posted on 4/4/19

Mary and family, so sorry for your loss!

 

Beth Verette - Dessent posted on 4/4/19

Aunt Jeanne, There aren’t words....Words simply don’t exist to express the sadness felt at the thought of missing your laugh, your love, the kindness that the flowed from all that made you my very special Aunt Jeanne. Forever you will be in my heart and until we meet again in the heavens, I love you.

 

camilla beuchat posted on 4/4/19

Sophia was my counselor at where she worked and helped me a lot! I love her and miss her so much, I am sorry to hear she has passed away. I am grateful to have spent the time I had with her,

 

Patty Molzen (Lawrence) posted on 4/4/19

Jeanne made such a huge impact on my life. I have always treasured her love and kindness through the years. Thank you for being my wonderful friend. I will always love you. Until we meet again. MUCH LOVE

 

Marie Howe posted on 4/3/19

did not know him my prayers are with the family God will help you

 

Anne Langkau posted on 4/3/19

Sorry sorry to read about Uncle Bobs passing. I’m glad he is reunited with Aunt Kitty. My condolences to Dale, Margaret, Paul and family.

 

Elayne Goldstein posted on 4/3/19

I just picked up the paper and saw Laura’s death notice. I am shocked and so saddened to hear of her death. She was an amazing woman with a heart larger than this world. I will miss her goodness and kindness. Please accept my condolences for your loss. She was a special lady.

 

 

Roberta A. Neuens posted on 4/3/19

Deepest condolences to all of the Greg Klos family. So enjoyed Greg's friendship for many years and sorry I could not attend his service as I now reside in Wyoming. . . . Roberta (Bobbi) Neuens "There are some who bring light so great to the world that even after they have gone, their light remains".

 

Charisse posted on 4/3/19

Please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. As you cherish fond memories, you can find comfort in reflecting on God's promise to see your dear Micah again. (John 5:28,29. Isaiah 25:8. Psalm 37:29.) This beautiful article will help you during this grieving process: https://download-a.akamaihd.net/files/media_periodical/d5/g_E_201811.pdf

 

Hillary posted on 4/3/19

Laura was an incredibly kind and thoughtful person. I met her a few years ago and was immediately impressed with her peaceful, loving qualities. I will miss her.

 

Dennis Parteka posted on 4/3/19

What a beautiful soul, that’s what comes to me when I think about Sandi. If someone would ask me to say something derogatory about her I’d be lost for words. When it came to being a genuinely loving and caring person she was truly all that and more. As I think about Sandi leaving us I do get sad but mostly thankful that I had the opportunity of having her touch my life. Being around her for those many moments through the years always generated a sense of calm and serenity. To Ken, Dawnelle, Cassie, MacKenna, and to those I’ve never met that were closest to the family, please except my sincere condolences, Sandi will be deeply missed but not forgotten.

 

Dr. Jürgen and Heidi Burggraf posted on 4/3/19

Dear Ken, our friend Stuart Schroeder informed us just a few minutes ago, that Sandi has passed away. We are very very sorry and we want to confirm you that we will keep Sandi in our heart and our memories. It was so good, having met her, even it is so long ago now. God bless you and all members of your famlily. Herzliche Grüße from Germany Yours Heidi and Jürgen Burggraf

 

Stephanie Poree posted on 4/2/19

I am so very to hear of Tom’s passing. My deepest sympathies.

 

David Oury posted on 4/2/19

Just today I learned the news of Bill's passing. The news is very sad! Bill was a great and caring man. A mentor to many but more than anything else I loved to see his smile and twinkle in his eye when he talked about his family. I heard many wonderful stories of Lauren. He loved her so. He was a proud father, husband and Patriot. He served his country and was a champion in business. My condolences to the family.

 

Mark, Lisa, Jenna, Joshua, and Matthew Krueger posted on 4/2/19

Tony was the most happy and kindest man. Our condolences go out to his family who have become very dear friends.

 

Mark Miller posted on 4/2/19

Dear cousin's Dale and Paul I am so very sorry about the passing of your father my uncle Bob. He was a great guy. Good to see he and Kitty will be reunited again. I will not be able to make it to the funeral because I guess my father has another ride. Rest in peace my dear uncle Bob. Love, Mark

 

Tom and Bonnie Verette posted on 4/1/19

Jeanne was a wonderful sister and sister-in-law. She was a bright light in our lives. We will miss her immensely.

 

Paris inglis posted on 4/1/19

Dear Liz and family, I am so sorry for you loss and deeply saddened to learn of Bill’s passing. Bill was a wonderful person and true leader with great passion for all that he believed in. I feel honored to have known him and privileged to have worked with him- he was so influential in the success of many, many people over the years! Bill was one of the best and will be truly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Paris

 

 

Linda Langen posted on 4/1/19

I enjoyed being Gwen's assistant at Red Cross. Those were my most fondest memories when I was working there.

 

Cheryl Niman posted on 4/1/19

MY deepest sympathy to the family, I worked with Gary in Texas at Gordon Foods, what a great man with a huge heart and personality , he will be dearly missed

 

 

Terry and Val Navin posted on 4/1/19

God bless you Scott. Rest In Peace and may the perpetual light shine upon you.

 

Bob and Velma Morrison posted on 4/1/19

Bonnie, Mike and Tim , we are so sorry for the loss of your husband and father. It was good to see you all at the visitation. Loved all the family pictures. Cherish all your memories. Take care and God Bless.

 

Jamie “Cooper” Sumicek posted on 4/1/19

Liz and Lauren and family- I am sorry for your loss. In1990, at my age 24, Bill took a chance on me. I was in junior college, attending night school, and he hired me for my 1st sales job. Bill coached me on my first cold call, reprimanded me for wearing a “cocktail dress” to work, and encouraged me to transfer to a “real college” where I later earned my 4-yr degree - Go Cougs! (He would not sign my Tuition Reimbursement Request Forms with a C...only A’s and B’s— He made his own rules). Later, Bill told me I was throwing away money by renting- and he taught me how to negotiate a good deal on my first house. He moved on to bigger and better things, but always checked in on his first sales team— not forgetting the little people. Much later in life, I thanked Bill for his mentorship— and he quite humbly accepted the credit. Lauren- I never had the chance to meet you, but please know that your father’s brass buttons would burst when he spoke of you. He’s so proud of you, and if you listen real closely in your thoughts and prayers and dreams, your dad will continue to guide you. He’s looking down now. -Jamie “Coop”

 

 

Linda F Clayton posted on 4/1/19

My heartfelt condolences to the Rice, Jones, Williams family, May the Lord strengthen you all in your time of sorrow. Prayers going up. Love

 

Cheryl Wanzo posted on 3/31/19

My condolence to the family. I am sorry I was not at Willie's home going. I just found out today. God Bless

 

Cheryl Wanzo posted on 3/31/19

My condolence to the family. I am sorry that I was not at Willie's home going. I just found out today. God Bless

 

Tonya Walsh posted on 3/31/19

One of the sweetest lady that help raise me... I will always cherish my memories.

 

Samantha Weber posted on 3/31/19

So many fond memories. Sending love and hugs to the family.

 

Mrs. Marsh posted on 3/31/19

Death causes so much Pain and Sorrow in our lives, thus it is an enemy (1Corinthians 15:26). The loss of your Love one, who was special to the family and many friends, leaves an empty spot in each of your hearts. The Bible encourages us to look forward to the time when words will fail to capture the joy of our Grand Creator, Jehovah God, resurrecting our love ones (John 5:28,29). Please accept these scriptures as my expression of sympathy to each of you, family and friends. Please review the attached document for more information and encouragement: https://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/dead-live-again/

 

 

Mary Helmle posted on 3/30/19

We hope you are at Peace You are missed

 

Paul and Julie Fahey posted on 3/30/19

Our hearts and prayers go out to all the family.

 

Charles Holliman posted on 3/30/19

Hello,,I wanted to express my condolences to the family ,the bible talks about about a comforting hope for the future.At Isaiah chap.25 verse 8,it says"He will swallow up death forever,and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces,For Jehovah himself has spoken it.There will be a time when death will be eliminated by God and the tears and the pain of losing someone we loved will be things of the past..It also says at Revelation 21,verse 4,, And he will wipe out every tear from there eyes and death will be no more,neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away,,So we have a real hope of seeing our loved ones again!!! I sincerely hope that these words from the bible will give some comfort during this trying time for the family.....Charles Holliman.

 

Julie Sommer posted on 3/30/19

Patty and family. I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your beautiful son Micah. He was welcomed into Jesus’ arms. He has no more pain. Children are a gift from God. As a mom, it is so hard to out live your children. My daught died 7 months ago. She was 28. My prayers are for you and your family to continue to love each other, celebrate his beautiful memories and stay strong. Julie and Andrea Sommer

 

 

Lisa Bailey posted on 3/30/19

I know you'll always be with us in our hearts.

 

 

Lynda Smith posted on 3/30/19

I did not know your mom well but I know that she raised 2 strong, beautiful, kind and caring daughters and to do that shows me that she held those characteristics too. My prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. God Bless your mom.

 

Mary Ellen Malcolm posted on 3/30/19

Ardeth you were a very strong and vibrant person who loved life, family and friends. She also truly enjoyed eating good food and sweets savoring every bite. You will be missed. Love Ellie

 

Dianne Dippel posted on 3/30/19

Jeanne was one of the most compassionate, giving, and caring people I’ve ever met. We were neighbors for several years and our houses were always open to each other’s kids who were great pals. I loved her as a sister. We exchanged secrets and cared for one another in a special way. I will miss her until I get to heaven and will be her neighbor once more. My deepest sympathy and prayers are for all who will grieve this wonderful, beautiful lady. God bless you all.

 

 

Adam Collins posted on 3/30/19

My favorite memories with you include fishing at Frog Alley pond and New Years Eve's parties when we were young. Love you much! Adam & Kirsten

 

Craig Basile posted on 3/30/19

To the Kohler family ----There is no greater loss then the one you all are feeling right now. I am sorry for every one of you that lost the rock to your family. 40+ years I have known your mother and not one time has she ever not of been there for all of you. She was a giving, out going, always there for all of you and for that reason you all were so lucky to have her. But now she is a happy lady as she dances in heaven with your dad, aunts & grandma and no longer will be in pain. God bless you Jean and in your words--Much Love

 

 

Julia Davis posted on 3/29/19

I light a candle in the memory of Mr. Marquardt.

 

Julia Davis posted on 3/29/19

My deepest sympathy to my friend and her family . Peace be with you

 

Tommy posted on 3/29/19

I miss you so much already. I can’t put into words what you mean to me and how you impacted my life. Growing up I lived with from a little boy until a grown man. You’ve been by my side my entire life grandma. You always taught me patience and kindness. I could make you laugh like no other and I miss hearing that. All our packer games and cookouts at dads house will not be the same. I will do everything I can in this life to make you proud. Not a second will ever go by that you are not on my mind. I love you with all my heart GMA.

 

Tommy posted on 3/29/19

I miss you so much already. I can’t put into words what you mean to me and how you impacted my life. Growing up I lived with from a little boy until a grown man. You’ve been by my side my entire life grandma. You always taught me patience and kindness. I could make you laugh like no other and I miss miss hearing that. All our packer games and cookouts at dads house will not be the same. I will do everything I can in this life to make you proud. Not a second will ever go by that you are not on my mind. I love you with all my heart GMA.

 

Kim posted on 3/29/19

Mom this is so hard you are everybody's best friend. There are not enough words just how you how grateful I am to have had you in my life all these years your faith your heart your love it's something that I'm truly going to miss, but I know that you want our family to continue to be close I promise that I will do my very best you are everybody's Rock and you have kept this family going . I love you so much and it is so hard knowing that I'm no longer going to see your face those eyes of yours have been such a comfort, because looking into them I just could feel how much you loved but I do know that you will be with me always I love you so much. I will be looking to the sky often

 

Kim posted on 3/29/19

Mom this is so hard you are everybody's best friend. There are not enough words just how you how grateful I am to have had you in my life all these years your faith your heart your love it's something that I'm truly going to miss, but I know that you want our family to continue to be close I promise that I will do my very best you are everybody's Rock and you have kept this family going . I love you so much and it is so hard knowing that I'm no longer going to see your face but I do know that you will be with me always I love you so much. I will be looking to the sky often

 

Granddaughter posted on 3/29/19

Grandma, I miss you terribly! You were such a blessing to our entire family and were the glue that kept us all together. You were there for me always When I doubted or needed to strengthen my faith, you were the first person I’d call! (And sometimes at the most ridiculous hours of the day!) but never once did you complain! You were a true treasure to our entire family and will be missed by so many people! I love you! Much Love!

 

 

Donna Immekus posted on 3/29/19

Jeanne will truly be missed. She was an amazing woman inside and out. Heaven has gained one amazing Angel.

 

 

Kelly Dixon posted on 3/29/19

She was the sweetest lady that ever walked this earth.R.I.P.

 

Lisa Bittman posted on 3/29/19

Gwen was an amazing woman. Mentoring all of us without even knowing she was doing so. She will always be admired and loved and treasured by anyone who had the honor of knowing her.

 

Lori Kobs posted on 3/29/19

My dear sweet mother you will never be forgotten I Will Always Love You More. I am so grateful to have had you as my best friend as my mother you were you were always my biggest supporter. You will always be sadly missed I love you more than words could ever say. Much love

 

Mary Brown posted on 3/29/19

Dear Liz, Lauren, & other Reeg family members, What a loss for all of us! We have so many great memories of Bill and your family that we just keep reminencing about them… one after another. He was just a great guy. He made it easy to “love thy neighbor”, and we did. We still miss you guys in Texas. Wish we could be there in person to help celebrate Bill’s life and hug you. Just know that we are present in spirit, and praying that God’s comfort sustains all of you during this difficult time. Much Love, Greg, Mary, Collier, Andrea and Carson

 

Karen J Coy-Romano posted on 3/29/19

My prayers and deepest condolences go out to Gwen's family and friends. Gwen set the bar very high for us in the nonprofit sector and we are blessed with the wonderful memories and teaching we received from her leadership. We will never forget her dedication to our community and her significant contributions to ensuring a high quality of life for the less fortunate. We miss her deeply and place her in God's hands.

 

 

Gregory D Davis posted on 3/28/19

May the Blessings of God continue to be upon you even in heaven❣

 

Frank Salas posted on 3/28/19

My deepest condolences to the family. I worked under Bill’s region from the John Alden to the Assurant days. I admired his leadership and winning attitude. He was a great motivator and I can still recall great memories and stories of company trips and training meetings, and feel very fortunate to have known him. May God Bless the whole family during this very difficult time.

 

David Hoffman posted on 3/28/19

Gwen was a mentor of mine for 50 years. I miss her. Milwaukee misses her.

 

Correy Johnson and family posted on 3/28/19

Thank you Dad for life and wisdom. You will be forever loved.

 

Meredith Libbey posted on 3/28/19

Patty and Family- Praying that the Lord’s comforting arms will surround you and your family at the loss of your dear beloved son Micah. I remember the many times you spoke with love for your son. Revelation 21:4-He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for former things have passed away. With Love, Meredith Libbey

 

Cynthia Bell posted on 3/28/19

Rip Uncle Howard ❤️. I will miss your smile and always having a word of wisdom! My Mom affectionately called you “Howie”! Love you ❤️✝️.

 

Pawel and Dennis Trawicki posted on 3/28/19

My brother and I miss you. You were like a father to my younger brother. Our prayers are with your family at this time. Rest In Peace.

 

Mrs. Marsh posted on 3/28/19

Death can be one of the most difficult things in life to endure. The loss of a love one can cause tremendous grief, pain and sorrow. But knowing that the Grand Creator of the Universe, Jehovah God (Psalms 83:18), views Death as an enemy should give us Hope for a different future (1Corinthians 15:26). In this future, that we're promised in the Bible, it expresses the loss of Death, Pain and Sorrow. How great it will be to see our dear love ones again (Revelation 21:3,4). Trust in the Resurrection Hope will sustain us until we meet our love ones again (John 5:29,28). Please accept this message as my heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the departed. Please consider reviewing the attached document for further information and encouragement: https://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/dead-live-again/

 

Carolyn Hughes-Hooker posted on 3/27/19

Rest in peace Auntie Clara. You will always be in our hearts, minds, and soul.

 

Joe Klass posted on 3/27/19

it has been many years since I last saw Dan. I always enjoyed being with him at our family gatherings. He was a down to earth, forthright man. I enjoyed knowing him. May he rest in peace.

 

Joel Parker posted on 3/27/19

Bill will always be remembered by me as a great leader and influential person in my career. He will be missed.

 

Nancy Dunn posted on 3/27/19

I was very sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I worked with Bill for several years and found him to be a very caring, compassionate and generous man. My deepest condolences to Bill's wife, daughter, family and friends. He will be missed.

 

 

Annie Smock posted on 3/27/19

My deepest condolences to Bill's wife and daughter. I worked with Bill at Assurant as an Underwriter. I always enjoyed his visits to Boise. He was a great guy and you always knew where you stood with him. I was sad when he left the company and sadder now that he has joined Our Lord in Heaven. God Bless all his Family and Friends.

 

Dr. Laci Coppins Robbins posted on 3/27/19

Thank you for the legacy you have left for us all via your service and sacrifice. May we always reflect your life's work with a heart of gratitude.

 

Kevin Jansen posted on 3/27/19

To the family of Bill Reeg. I am deeply sorry for your loss. I appreciated Bill more than he knew. I always knew where I stood with Bill and to find people who would be open and honest with you in a work environment isn't always easy to achieve. Bill preached being a leader and many of those lessons have stayed with me. He will be missed, I'm sure you are proud of him and you should be.

 

Guy and Renee Banks posted on 3/27/19

Liz and Lauren, we are so sorry for your loss. Bill will be greatly missed. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.

 

Joan Prince posted on 3/27/19

To my dear mentor and friend: Wear your wings well. I will miss you on earth, but I will spend my time here knowing that you are watching over me. I will always love you!

 

LaDana Houser posted on 3/27/19

My family, how I regret that I can’t be with all of you, but know I truly am in spirit. Noon was such a special part of my life and was always happy, exuding personality plus! I love him and all of you. May God hold you in his arms, as Noon looks down upon each of you...he’s with God, His loving parents and my Mom (Aunt Lila), and grant you comfort and peace. God bless. Cousin LaDana and Kids

 

Gwendolyn Graham and Family posted on 3/27/19

God Please Bless & Comfort those Who remember favorite times spent with Our Dad! Prayers and Condolences!!

 

Debra J. Jupka posted on 3/27/19

This is the passing of an icon; a great woman who stood up for those who couldn't and for those who needed her strong voice, love and care.

 

Tonja Morgan posted on 3/27/19

Keeping you in my prayers and sending lots of love.

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 3/27/19

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Therese's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

La' Tanya Reed posted on 3/27/19

My thoughts and prayers goes out to Theresa Rice Family she was such an inspiration to me and so many others I will really miss her . Praying for strength for you all.Amen

 

 

La' Tanya Reed posted on 3/27/19

Rest In Heaven you will be dearly missed Moma Rice I love you

 

 

Jessie Dean Walls posted on 3/27/19

Mama Clara was my second Mom and she will be missed dearly

 

 

Paul & Rhonda Lofberg posted on 3/27/19

Our deepest condolences to Aunt Betty Jane & the children. Uncle Salim was always fun easy going guy over the years at family gathering. May you all cherish his memories, love, wisdom, from Salim. We will miss him greatly & also cherish these fond memories of uncle Salim over the years at family gathering. Love to you all in this difficult time.

 

 

PATRICK Krieser posted on 3/27/19

Dear Dad, I KNEW THIS TIME WOULD COME,THE LORD JESUS CHRIST SAID REST. I WILL ALWAYS LOVE U, C U LATER

 

Colette Allen posted on 3/26/19

Praying for the family during this difficult time. May God comfort you, and give you peace.

 

Mary Taggett posted on 3/26/19

Mr. Reeg, the Taggetts are so very sad for your family’s loss but we know you are already planning some excellent projects involving rockets or fireworks up there in Heaven. Bill, you were so very well loved by these kids, for your endless enthusiasm for science and learning. You embraced your second career of teaching with such gusto and I know you inspired so many St Bruno School kids! We are so so sad about this. Cole’s now 7th grade class was just talking about you today, Bill. You are revered as one of their all time favorite teachers and people. We wish your family peace and strength at this time. Know that we will continue to pray for all of you. Much love, the Taggetts: Mia, Cole and Liam and parents Mary & Brad

 

 

Kim & Lee Genereux posted on 3/26/19

So many memories of my Uncle. Words cannot express the passion he had for his work. The joy and love he spread to family and friends were endless. A man who loved people. He will be missed dearly by so many. Especially, those very close to him. May he rest peacefully and pain free. Much love and hugs to my Aunt Betty and to the extended family.

 

Jecoliah Ruddock posted on 3/26/19

I love you family. My deepest condolences to my mom, aunts, uncles and all cousins. To be absent from the body is to be present with the lord.

 

 

Kay and Terry Tharpe posted on 3/26/19

We will miss Bill

 

Lorraine Mallett posted on 3/26/19

Weep my endure for a night but joy come in the morning. Sending you our condolences from Cousin Dorothy Mallett and your Toledo Ohio family. Sorry we not able to come but y'all are in our prayers

 

Mary Oliva posted on 3/26/19

So sorry for your loss, sending my Deepest Sympathy to the Family

 

Mary Oluva posted on 3/26/19

So sorry for your loss, sending my Deepest Sympathy to the Family

 

Joel A Rockafellow posted on 3/26/19

What a great fun guy. We had so many laughs when he would come to the car auction in Flint. He will be missed. Great guy.

 

Barb Kohler posted on 3/26/19

Aunt Sandy, Thank you for always being so very nice and always making me feel special. Rest in peace. I love you. Barbi

 

Michelle Dowl posted on 3/26/19

My love and blessings with comfort to all of my siblings.

 

Curtis Hoppe posted on 3/26/19

The memory of Bill will never leave me. He gave so much of himself to his family, and extended that to our community. I can honestly and confidently say that without Bill in the life of our community, bonds of friendship would never have formed. He new how to motivate a person to get involved and make a difference in the lives of others.

 

Mary oliva posted on 3/26/19

R.I.P. Mr.Bob Marquardt.

 

Jeanie Becker posted on 3/26/19

My deepest sympathy to your family. Embraced those great memories!

 

Artrell Triblett posted on 3/26/19

I miss you granny but I know that you are in a better place, and that you are no longer in painand we ask of you to continue to watch over all of us p.s your great grandson

 

 

SHERYL CASH posted on 3/26/19

I'M GOING TO MISS YOU MAMA CLARA

 

Kern Baker posted on 3/26/19

Sorry to hear of your loss. Bill was a great guy and he will be missed! He had a real enthusiasm for everything that he did! Prayers for your family.

 

Julie Kraemer posted on 3/26/19

Mom, Words cannot even express how much I miss you... The past 3 months have been so hard for you but you hung in there like a trooper. You made so many of your caregivers smile...They would say what a cute little peanut you were. I know you are in a better place and have many friends and family up there in heaven. Love you

 

 

Shirley Koehn posted on 3/26/19

RIP Hank

 

Cliff and Tonya Smith posted on 3/26/19

We knew Bill from our Illinois State years and the get togethers at their apartment on Stewart Street. Always upbeat, honest and funny, Bill will be missed. It was 33 years ago today that he attended our wedding and we are sorry we only got to see him over one weekend since then, back in Normal at a small reunion event. Our thoughts are with Liz and Lauren and the rest of his family. Sir Bill, Rest In Peace.

 

Laura Hohing posted on 3/26/19

Bill had so much energy and passion in life that his passing is so very shocking. My deepest sympathy for Liz and Lauren. Bill’s focus and intensity helped many people achieve at higher levels. He cared a great deal and his passion was contagious. He helped others generously, unselfishly. What a good man.

 

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David Driscoll posted on 3/26/19

I knew Bill from our college days at ISU. I didn't know him as well as others but Bill was always a stand-up guy who told it like it was. My sincere condolences to his family. Bill's light will forever be shining down on all us.

 

David Willbanks posted on 3/26/19

Liz & Lauren, I am so sorry for your loss. Bill gave me my first real job and the best ten years of my career in Dallas. He always motivated me and made me try harder. He could scare the heck out of me but was the first one to give you a pat on the back. I’ll remember the hunting and fishing and of course all of the great Northstar trips. He was a great man who had a profound influence on everyone who had the privilege to know and work with him. I will miss him greatly and keep you in my prayers.

 

Nancy Jones posted on 3/25/19

My Beautiful Aunt! The Sweetest Angel with a Beautiful voice. You will be dearly missed, take your rest, your work is done. ❤❤

 

Kevin, Audrey, and Rex posted on 3/25/19

Mary, Sherree, Lynn/Jeff, Kim/Tim, and families - please know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time...may you find comfort in your blessed memories. Forget-Me-Not I give you this one thought to keep – I am with you still – I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow, I am the diamond glints on snow, I am the sunlight on ripened graine, I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning’s hush I am the swift, uplifting ruch Of quiet birds in circled flight I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not think of me as gone – I am with you still – in each new dawn.

 

Don Hamm posted on 3/25/19

Bill was a wonderful man. He cared deeply and worked hard. His values were closely held. My condolences to all his friends and family. He made a difference. He will be missed.

 

 

Jim Lackner posted on 3/25/19

Remembering my ISU roommate, ROTC buddy. Godspeed brother William. All my sympathies for Liz, Lauren, John, Rick and Judy.

 

Luther D Hughes Jr posted on 3/25/19

Auntie really gonna miss you Thank you for being there me.I will never forget how you taught me to love and respect my siblings THANKS

 

Luther D Hughes Jr posted on 3/25/19

Auntie really gonna miss you Thank you for being there me.I will never forget how you taught me to love and respect my siblings THANK

 

Angeles Sitzes posted on 3/25/19

Ed was my front neighbor and a very good friend. He was always very helpful and used to hold my mail and water my flowers when I was traveling. He was a good friend of my late husband Rich and would help each other in small stuff around the garden. Ed and I used to share desserts from time to time as well. I was shocked by his departure and will miss him very much. Thanks Ed, may you be together with your wife and be forever happy. I already miss you.

 

Janet Spicuzza posted on 3/25/19

Laura, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Janet Spicuzza

 

Sandy grabow (tyner) posted on 3/24/19

My deepest condolences!! Memories will always be with me! Sandy and family

 

Mary Lou, Kate and Jessica posted on 3/24/19

So sorry to hear about Charlie. Anyone that met him will never forget him. I know we will always keep him in our hearts.

 

Tom Montez posted on 3/24/19

My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time.

 

Linda and Dennis Felician posted on 3/24/19

Dear Lisa and family, So sorry to hear of Greg's passing. He was a gentle giant.We remember all the fun times we shared .Unfortunately we will be out of town next week, but please know our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Jeanne Cordes Lueders posted on 3/24/19

I attended elem school at Kingsley. There were a few times we would walk from my house on Montrose Rd after stopping at his house on Prospect and on to Kilngsley. We were in Orchestra together and B Natural Music Club, in fact I accompanied him at a solo during a Kingsley concert in the gym. Gust came to many of my Birthday parties while living on Montrose. It was awesome seeing him at the 50th HS reunion. He looked great and his passing seems so unreal. He will be greatly missed! Elizabeth was in Ladies Musical Society with my mother, Eunice Cordes and myself. Such a sweet lady! Blessings to all!

 

 

Ic04 posted on 3/24/19

Happy birthday quiin your up there sitting tall In hevan i hope you enjoyed the ice cream we shared before the accident but you’ll always live on in our hearts happy birthday

 

 

Ic04 posted on 3/24/19

Happy birthday quiin your up there sitting tall In hevan i hope you enjoyed the ice cream we shared before the accident but you’ll always love on in our hearts happy birthday

 

Glenn and Cheryl Podlesnik posted on 3/24/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Stay strong and cherish all of the great memories.

 

Regina Lenz posted on 3/23/19

My thoughts are with you all. She will be missed.

 

Regina Lenz posted on 3/23/19

My thought are with you all. She will be missed.

 

Gary Eder posted on 3/23/19

It is hard to believe he is gone, I know he will be missed by us all. My deepest condolences to everyone in your family.

 

John Ebey posted on 3/23/19

Sending deepest condolences to Clifford Johnson from the Staff of Lincoln Funeral Home and Memorial Park in Dallas, TX

 

Gordon Mayer posted on 3/23/19

Bruce, sorry I will not make it to service today. I just wanted to send my sympathy and let you know it was my privilege to know you both. Our thoughts and prayers are with you today.

 

Janice Mathwig posted on 3/22/19

My sympathy to Bruce and Hilde's family. She was a very gracious and friendly person who was in church every Sunday. Now she has received her crown and we will see her once again in Heaven

 

Alex Gaeth Family posted on 3/22/19

Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. May you keep his memories alive forever.

 

Tony Calvano posted on 3/22/19

Knew Chris since grade school at St. Paul’s. We sang in the choir together. We knocked door to door selling candles or some such for fundraising. He will be missed. I love and bless all who care about him and his family.

 

Joan Spears posted on 3/22/19

Rest In Peace my beloved brother. We didn’t see each other that much but family is strong and forever and my love for you will remain in my heart until I see you again.

 

LeAnne posted on 3/22/19

I am sorry to hear about Chris passing thoughts and prayers with his family

 

 

Bonnie posted on 3/22/19

Rest well baby boy

 

Annette Bzdawka posted on 3/22/19

Uncle Dick was wonderful... always laughing & cracking jokes & having fun. I am very grateful to have had him in my life. His spirit will live on through us all. With love,

 

Dawn posted on 3/22/19

Bea and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. You and Charlie touched so many lives in Waukesha and Charlie will be missed. Our love to you all. Dawn and Larry

 

Claire Thoennes posted on 3/22/19

Go brew crew moose! You’ll be playing for us! <3 E-Claire

 

Claire Thoennes posted on 3/22/19

Go brew crew moose! You’ll be playing for us! ❤️ E-Claire

 

Mary Lou Gillam Christophersen posted on 3/21/19

I met Gust in first grade at Kingsley Elementary in Waterloo, Iowa. He was always a happy person to be around all the way through junior high and high school. We took Russian class together in high school. All of his classmates from West High School, class of 1968, were shocked and saddened to hear of his passing. He was a revered member of the class and many of us enjoyed visiting with him at our 50th class reunion last September. We are so very sorry for your loss, Christina, Matt, and family.

 

Brenda posted on 3/21/19

My deepest condolence to my childhood friend Tawanna and her family in the death of Noon.

 

Ann Nischke posted on 3/21/19

Charlie was such a loving soul! He was irreverent and fun and everyone’s friend. He will be missed by so many. Wishing prayers and peace to his family.

 

 

Kim Grehn posted on 3/21/19

I've known Eddie for most of my life. I always looked forward to our visits whenever we came back to Brown Deer. Talking with Eddie was an important connection to our common past and the old neighborhood. My prayers are with him and his family.

 

Jackie Roh posted on 3/21/19

My deepest condolences for the loss of your beloved husband. May all of your beautiful memories with him sustain you during these difficult times.

 

Miller Family posted on 3/21/19

A moment of prayer...."The LORD is my Shepherd. I will lack nothing. In grassy pastures he makes me li down. He leads me to well-watered resting-places. Though I walk in the valley of deep shadow, I fear no harm, for you are with me." Psalms 23

 

 

Jimmy & Deborah Smith posted on 3/21/19

Our Condolences go out to the family of Mr. Edward Schmidt. Tom you are forever in our prayers.

 

Neal and Carol Genrich posted on 3/21/19

Will forever remember Charlie’s smile and laughter and joy he added to our life on Lynne Drive. He was a blessing to everyone he met. Bea and family: May the Lord give you peace during this difficult time.

 

Colleen Stolze Bennett posted on 3/21/19

We always had fun when Aunt Donna, Uncle Tom, Anne and Lynne would be visiting Grandma when we were there. My mom and Donna seemed to have a connection that was stronger than siblings and I remember them sitting at the dining room table at Grandma's house talking and laughing while the cousins played outside. Donna, may you rest in peace now. Mom is waiting for you to keep her and Dale company in heaven.

 

Sister Joanne Poehlman posted on 3/21/19

Your Mom, Lynne, gave me a small plant for my office years ago. It has grown into a "bush" -- a symbol of her life and legacy.

 

Sister Joanne Poehlman posted on 3/21/19

Your Mom, Lynne, gave me a small plant for my office years ago. It has grown into a "bush" -- a symbol of her amazing life and legacy.

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 3/21/19

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Buszka family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. May Jehovah the God of all comfort be with your family. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org. Sincerely Deborah Lewis

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 3/21/19

Please accept this sincere note of sympathy regarding the loss of William J. Griebling "Bill". May these few words ease your pain. No matter how long our loved one may have lived, they leave behind a void in our hearts. The Bible promises at Revelation 21:4, that soon "death and pain will be no more." For further information, please visit jw.org. Sincerely Deborah Lewis

 

Toni Marie posted on 3/20/19

Hi Dad, Well, we all survived your second Birthday without celebrating with you here. It was easier this year only in the fact that I didn't cry the entire week leading up to and all day of your Birthday. I did think of you just as much. I do still miss you every day. I am glad I can still talk to you. It helps me get through every day knowing you can heat me and that you watch over me. Thank you for helping me get through every day without your hugs. I love you.

 

Brent Ayotte posted on 3/20/19

My sympathy to Britney and Chrissy I will always love aunte Jerry rest in peace

 

Chuck & Hetty Volk posted on 3/20/19

Dear Bea and family, May the love you all share light a path through your sorrow to a place of comfort & peace. Charlie, God will keep you in his loving care. We new you for many years, and we will miss you. your friends, Chuck & Hetty

 

Charlene Juoni posted on 3/20/19

Sorry for your loss. They are together in Heaven rejoicing with the Lord now. We will see them again when the Lord calls us home.

 

Susan Swearingen posted on 3/20/19

I am a member of UUCW church, however, unfortunately, I did not have the pleasure of knowing Ross. Such a fine man who made a positive difference in the lives of so many through his therapy practice, teaching at the Medical College, activism and relationships with his family and friends. It sounds like your family has many happy memories, but I know he will be missed. My condolences for the sudden death of your dearly loved Ross.

 

Debbie Schmieg posted on 3/20/19

Kurylo Clan, We are deeply sorry for your loss. We are holding you close in our hearts through prayer. Love you! Debbie and Joel Schmieg

 

Linda and Joe Maassen posted on 3/20/19

Debby and family, We were so sorry to hear about your dad’s passing Debby. We hope your sadness will soon be replaced with warm memories. Thinking of you, Tom, your kids and your family!

 

Patricia Hynek-Prusinski posted on 3/19/19

On behalf of Bob Hynek and family, I want to extend our deepest sympathies. Bob has many fond memories of working with Rich at Autotrol. We’re truly sorry that we missed the service. Our hearts go out to all of you.

 

Andy and Idka Rajec posted on 3/19/19

Bill was a great guy. Have known Bill and his parents since grade school at St. Stephen in Milwaukee (1953). We believe Bill was a great guy. Have known Bill and his parents at St Stephen Parish in Milwaukee since 1953. We believe that Bill has joined his parents and sister with Our Lord in Eternity.

 

Rip and Betty Riepl posted on 3/19/19

Chris we're so sorry for your loss, we can't make it cause Rip broke his ankle and I don't want to leave him home alone as he cannot move off the couch without me. Sorry, we're thinking of you.

 

Cindy L Giese posted on 3/19/19

Sorry for your loss prayers r with your family

 

 

Lucius-Len Nathaniel Elmore III posted on 3/19/19

I just saw "End of Watch" on Justice Network; I am So Very Sorry. My Deepest Sympathy to Family, Especially Son n Dog. Len Elmore, Bishopville, SC

 

 

Mike Simmons posted on 3/19/19

Sorry to here of the loss of your father and your mother. You guys put together an excellent 'Video Keepssake' It's been almost 35 years since I have seen them. But, the pictures seems to move the calendar back as if it was yesterday. Many fond memories of your parents . For them to be blessed with each other for 70 years speaks to their obvious decication to each other, family and and their strong and lasting religious commitments..

 

Ted Spyres posted on 3/18/19

My deepest condolences to you and your family. Your mom was a great lady.

 

David K Buelow posted on 3/18/19

Your mom is a wonderful woman . She was so kind and loving.

 

Anita Sheats posted on 3/18/19

My deepest condolences to the Braun Family in the loss of your dear Evelyn. She was quite an inspiration to me. She brightened my day each time I had a chance to talk to her. We loved seeing her at St. John's Ev. Luth. Church. Know that she is in heaven with our heavenly Father.

 

Sheila M. Robinson posted on 3/18/19

May God comfort and guide you during this difficult time; and may the "peace of God that surpasses all understanding guard your heart and your mental powers". Philippians 4:7.

 

Sheila M. Robinson posted on 3/18/19

May God comfort and guide you during this difficult time; and may the "peace of God that surpasses all understanding guard your heart and your mental powers". Philippians 4:7.

 

Sheila M. Robinson posted on 3/18/19

May God comfort and guide you during this difficult time; and may the "peace of God that surpasses all understanding guard your heart and your mental powers". Philippians 4:7.

 

Sheila M. Robinson posted on 3/18/19

May God comfort and guide you during this difficult time; and may the "peace of God that surpasses all understanding guard your heart and your mental powers". Philippians 4:7.

 

Anita Sheats posted on 3/18/19

My deepest condolences to the Braun Family on the loss of your beloved Mother, Evelyn. She was truly an angel. I loved seeing her at church - she always made my spirit brighter after seeing her and talking to her. We will truly miss her presence at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. She is with our Dear Lord now.

 

Tom & Linda Jansen posted on 3/18/19

Bonnie, Mike , Tim and families, Tom and I just returned from vacation and were informed today of Rich’s passing. We send our deepest sympathy and prayers to you during this time of sadness and healing. You are in our thoughts Tom & Linda Jansen

 

 

Ruth ann calvert posted on 3/18/19

Most beautiful voice in the world

 

Kenneth R Greenlees posted on 3/18/19

Just heard about Ken. My condolences. Went to NBHS with him class of 67. We both had Geometry together and rode motorcycles. At one time we planned to go to Florida on them. Take care he was a great guy!

 

Judith A Zacher posted on 3/18/19

We entered this world just minutes apart. Two cries in the night, two beats of the heart. With love I recall the years as we grew. And gladly thank God, thank God we were two! March 18, 2019 9am until we meet again my Taggy!

 

Donna Reimesch posted on 3/17/19

I will miss your smile and laugh. So many happy memories of family gatherings. Have fun with all those that have gone before you. Love and hugs to the family.

 

Sally Tobin posted on 3/17/19

Peggy and Family I am sending my condolences to all of you. I am going through the same process currently and I know the difficulty and the The healing what is to come. Praise our father Jesus Christ and his mercies that heaven is waiting for his faithful followers.

 

Dominic Carini posted on 3/17/19

Peggy, So very sorry of Bill’s passing. I remember him coming to my rescue on my DIY projects that never seemed to go well. You don’t know how much I appreciated his help. God bless you and the family. Dominic Carini

 

 

Maggie degele posted on 3/17/19

Fly high my dearest friend I will miss you and our chats !❤️

 

Deborah Schutte posted on 3/17/19

Some people leave this life way too early. I will carry your memory until we meet again my dear friend."Can you come out and play?" Love to the family....

 

Carol Semrad posted on 3/16/19

Trudy was always smiling and nice at our family gatherings. My deepest sympathy to the family. With love and prayers. Betty (Fina) Semrad

 

Judith Weiss posted on 3/16/19

Fond memories of Mr and Mrs Bergholz as part of "Dirty Dozen" on and around 115th Street in Wauwatosa, along with my parents, Gerald and Virginia. They had great times.

 

Andre GILLIAM posted on 3/16/19

Dear Auntie Dorothy, I will always be here to support you. God bless

 

Christopher Schmid posted on 3/15/19

I spent a semester at Viterbo as Jim's roommate. A very good guy! Sorry for ur loss.

 

Shay posted on 3/15/19

Sorry for your loss. May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time

 

 

Cammy Julian posted on 3/15/19

Joyce I couldn't have asked for such an amazing women to be my Mother-In-Law for the past 20+ years. You have raised such a wonder son who became my husband, a dad and a grandpa, we all thank you for that. You certainly been thru a lot in a lifetime but you just kept fighting thru it all and with a great attitude and took one day at a time you would say it was just another bump in the road which you had many now your in a better place. Oh Joyce I will always hold a piece in my heart for you. I Love You and you will be truly missed

 

Doris Marie Williams posted on 3/15/19

To My sweet sister Dorothy and family. Jus want to say, look to the heavens and there you will find leaves and joy. God bless you and your family. Just hold on to God's unchanging hand. Just know that I love you all with all my heart. God knows that we all have heavy hearts but he will bring you through what ever life throw at us. With it's good or bad. You all will make it through. Keep you prays up and your blessing will come down.❤❤❤❤❤. Love you my dear sister.

 

Robert DeStefano posted on 3/15/19

Rich and I were great friends during our teenage years growing up in Woodside, NY. We went to the same grammar school, St. Mary's Help of Christians, and played on the same baseball and basketball teams in the 1960's. Our baseball team won the CYO Majors Championship 3 years in a row due mainly because of the power hitting and great catching of Rich. We considered our team to be a Dynasty! He thought Willie Mays was the best player of the time and I wanted to be Roger Maris. We actually wore their numbers 24 for Willie and 9 for Roger on our uniforms. We had a great time together both on the field and off as we often visited the local bars after games. I will miss my teammate greatly. To Bonnie, your kids and grandchildren I offer my sincerest condolences.

 

Katharyn Kominiarek posted on 3/15/19

John was always the kindest, most helpful, caring neighbor/friend! His sense of humor was a joy! Thank you, John, for being YOU! Love to the whole family.

 

 

Christine Rezza posted on 3/15/19

Reene, sorry to hear about the loss of your father. My deepest sympathy and sincere condolences to you and your family.

 

Jeff Zacher posted on 3/15/19

Goodbye Aunt Joyce, you will be missed greatly by those you left behind on earth. I do believe you are still with us in spirit and that we will all meet again some day. Please help your family cope with your loss by watching over us from above along with Grandma, Grandpa and all those who are now happy to have you with them. Love Jeff

 

Sheilah V Gilliard posted on 3/15/19

Ladon, I pray the peace of God over your life and that his loving arms will surround you with comfort and that the Holy Spirit will continue to guide you; that his angels will minister peace unto your soul. Thank you for being such a strength and light to my nephew Odell; he was so blessed to have God pair him with you; to become one in spirit! What a blessing and honor. May the Lord continue to be your strength and salvation. We love you dearly. Tuper, Sheilah, Vernay, Bre & Moses Gilliard

 

Sheilah V Gilliard posted on 3/15/19

To my sweet Sister Dorothy - I pray that your heart be strengthened in the Lord with the home going of your son, my nephew and brother Odell. Tuper, Vernay, Bre and Moses send their love and prayers to you and the family. May the peace of God that passeth all understanding, shall keep your heart and mind through Christ Jesus, our Lord and Savior. (Phil 4:7 KJV)

 

Emily Maciejewski posted on 3/15/19

Grandma i love and miss you so much. I will miss all of our before bedtime chats, our times we shared together, and everything we always did. You sure had a heart of gold and when you left you took a piece of my heart with you. I will make sure to always give the kids hugs and kisses from their GG and always remind them how much you love them. I love you more than words can express. You will always be in my heart, memories, thoughts and prayers. Love you and miss you grandma. Hugs and kisses

 

 

John Zacher posted on 3/15/19

I will always remember our good times at Maiden Lake, our families being together and watching our children enjoying cousin time each Summer. Being together with family is life's greatest gift. You will always be missed and always hold a special place in my heart. Love you forever Joycie!

 

 

Audrey and Mike Paegelow posted on 3/15/19

Joyce, God didn't take you from us, He put you in a better place. You will always be in your family and friends memories of you. My deepest sympathy to your family.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 3/15/19

I am so sorry for the loss of Kim. it saddens our hearts to lose a loved one. Jesus promised at John 5:28,29. "that there will be a resurrection." Look back on all the good memories you were able to have and smile at the fact that you were able to share these with your loved one. For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 3/15/19

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Mantley family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. May Jehovah the God of all comfort be with your family. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Madison posted on 3/15/19

I miss you so much GG, I will miss our cuddle time, baking, planting flowers, sitting on the beach up north and most of all our love we shared each time we were together. I Love You GG you are the very best......Grandma & Grandpa told me you had all my pictures on your fridge, makes me happy but sad at the same time.

 

Colleen Schmidt posted on 3/15/19

Joyce, you were very caring and thoughtful. I will miss you, cousin.

 

Rebecca Buerger (Horne) posted on 3/14/19

Thinking of your entire family at this time and so saddened by your loss. Prayers and love to you all <3

 

 

Kimberly Komar posted on 3/14/19

RIH Joyce. You will always hold a special place in my heart with your kind words and thoughts. You will truly be missed.

 

Carol engel posted on 3/14/19

It is very sad to hear of the loss of this wonderful husband, caring and loving dad and a grandpa that embraced those beautiful grandchildren. May God give you strength and peace as you pass through many days of missing him. With sympathy, Carol Engel

 

Mark & Annie Lulloff posted on 3/14/19

Our deepest sympathy is sent to Bob’s family. Bob was a great man and true professional. We cherished our discussions with Bob during various dinner engagements.

 

Don Loth posted on 3/14/19

With Bob Leack sitting ahead of me and Johny Lucas behind me, I was able To copy enough to graduate with a diploma !!!!!!!!!!

 

Judy Litman posted on 3/14/19

Utmost sadness to Julie & the entire family May you find peace & comfort with fond memories.

 

Ivars Aleksejevs posted on 3/14/19

I hope they have a lot of Coke and popcorn on hand in Heaven

 

Quendolyn Woods posted on 3/14/19

I will miss baking u sweetie potatoes pies. You will be missed. Love always

 

Linda (Maria) Williams-Mathis posted on 3/14/19

I can't believe I won't hear this anymore... Linda: "Daddy, where you going?" Daddy: "To see a man about a freckle face dog!" Love forever and always!

 

Dick Davie posted on 3/14/19

I was so shocked to hear of Rich's passing, and can't imagine what Bonny and the family are going through. I hadn't seen or talked to Rich since our last gathering for lunch. I thought of him often and was getting concerned I hadn't heard from him and I should have called but didn't. At least he went in his sleep, which has to be the best way. I first met Rich the first day he walked into the Autotrol office in Glendale. I suspect his first day out of Queens. He came in with a metal file box in his hand, as his first brief case. No idea what was in the box but I suspect lots of notes on all of the ideas he was to bring us. We worked together for years there and then for a time at Envirex. We became better friends, with more time together with him and family, after he essentially started to work on his own to develop ideas to improve the design and function of anaerobic digesters. Rich was one of the best friends I ever had and I'm really going to miss him. I feel really bad that I'm not going to be able to attend his wake or funeral having just had eye surgery and am not ready to drive and maneuver all that well yet. Knowing Rich, he'll probably forgive me.

 

 

Daisy posted on 3/14/19

REST IN PARADISE

 

Georgia Ouellette posted on 3/14/19

Kim we all admired your super strength especially your loving husband, Dave. He has said he walked behind you in your footsteps and that is an awesome tribute. You will be missed by countless people for you were loved.

 

Debbie Franckowiak posted on 3/14/19

I will miss chatting you about April’s baby progress . Thank you for being a blessed part of my mom and dads life! To your family, I am so sorry for your earthly loss - you know she will be watching over and protecting you all until you meet again! Prayers for your broken hearts

 

Barb posted on 3/14/19

I will miss you Joycee! You are my only BFF! God will enjoy your company, save a place for me! Love ya girlfriend! ❤️

 

Carole Aleksejevs posted on 3/14/19

Dad and Mom gave us the greatest gift.....each other. As sisters, we have a bond that can never be broken. I miss you and will carry you in my heart forever.

 

Ron and Gina posted on 3/14/19

We are so saddened by the loss of your dear husband, loving father and father-in-law, and loving Granpa, and our dear and long-time friend, Rich. We are thankful for all the joy our friendship has given us. Much love to you and all in your family.

 

 

Judith Zacher posted on 3/14/19

I miss you so much! Although dad was disappointed he never had a son there is no relationships that are closer than sisters. Forever in my heart until we meet again! Peace only. No more pain.

 

Krista LaFave Rosolino posted on 3/14/19

My sincere condolences to the Shenkenberg family. I fondly recall spending summer weekends at their home in Wind Point with Christine, and Monya was always so incredibly warm and welcoming. I felt a part of the Shenkenberg family every time I am there. The world was brighter because she was in it.

 

Kelly Michels posted on 3/14/19

Thinking of you all at this difficult time and praying that you will find peace. Kim will certainly be missed! Love to you all! The Michels Family

 

Dick Kneiser posted on 3/14/19

Bob and I went to St. Florian grade school in West Milwaukee together for 7+ years before meeting up again at Marquette High. A great guy with a brilliant intellect. May he rest in peace.

 

Jacqueline & Larry Gilliam posted on 3/14/19

Dear Dorothy Stegall & family we are so sorry for the loss of Odell but there is a comfort in knowing that he is with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. No more pain and suffering. Nothing but joy. Keep the faith sis, you will see him again.

 

Jacqueline & Larry Gilliam posted on 3/14/19

Dear Ladon I want you to know that Larry and I are so sorry for the loss of our sweet nephew Odell. He was more like a brother to us than a nephew. Keep looking up to the Lord for He is where all of your strength and help comes from.

 

Latrice posted on 3/14/19

Good advise and idea to comfort a family or a friend who have lost a love ones.

 

Mark Wilson posted on 3/14/19

I was so sad to hear of Monya's passing. A lovely, kind lady who always made me most welcome on my trips to your land. My condolences to the whole family. -- Mark Wilson, UK

 

Jewell Brown posted on 3/14/19

Dear Ladon I'm so sorry to learn of Odell’s passing. Praying for you and your family.

 

Daniel Wolf posted on 3/13/19

John was my neighbor, mentor and friend. I will always cherish our lively conversations. I hope to honor his work ethic which he instilled over the 10 years we worked together. His presence in the neighborhood cannot be replaced. Floods of memories and now tears. You will be missed.

 

Doris Marie Williams posted on 3/13/19

To My sister and ladon jus want to say my nephew was the most sweetest person that God made in this life. And I truly appreciate the love he share with every one in his life time. God has shined his light on Odell and it was time for him to go to his resting place. We will see each other again as God will have it. Love you DEARLY and will miss you dearly. Love always.❤❤❤. And to ladon thank you for loving and taking care of my nephew. Keep your faith and trust in god. He will get you through. This is the season of grace and favors. Love you ladon and thank you.no matter what keep God with you always.

 

Doris Marie Williams posted on 3/13/19

Doris williams

 

Patricia Giehl posted on 3/13/19

John will be remembered forever as one of the best neighbors on the street he loved and for which he cared. May you Rest In Peace, dearest neighbor - and friend, knowing the full blessings of the Divine.

 

Mary Ann Dyer posted on 3/13/19

My sincere sympathy to the Shenkenberg family - you are all in my prayers... enjoyed working with Monya at the WFB Library for many years...

 

Gene Brunner - Chairman - Blessed Savior Bereavement Ministry posted on 3/13/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Robert at this most difficult time. The Bereavement Ministry-Blessed Savior Catholic Church

 

Laura Miller posted on 3/12/19

Jana I am sorry for you and the loss of your Mom. She sounded like such a kind, loving, mom that was so happy with her life. I be keeping you all in my prayers

 

Annette (DeToro) O’Brien and family posted on 3/12/19

My deepest sympathy to all the Shenkenberg’s. I spent lots of time during my teen years at their home in WFB with Sara and will always remember Mona as a wonderful lady. May she Rest In Peace.

 

Annette (DeToro) O’Brien and family posted on 3/12/19

My deepest sympathy to all the Shenkenberg’s. I spent lots of time during my teen years at their home in WFB with Sara and will always remember Monya as a wonderful lady. May she Rest In Peace.

 

Charles W. Blazek posted on 3/12/19

My fondest memory of you is standing on a milk crate washing dishes for hours at The Garfield Grill. My payment was a plate full of swiss steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, and a hot fudge sundae where the hot fudge was so warm it melted the ice cream. There was no better payment. If there's a restaurant in heaven I believe you, Uncle Tom and my mom would be making people laugh, feel at home, and enjoy life. I'll miss you. Chucky

 

 

MINNIE TELLIS posted on 3/12/19

LaDon, you're ALWAYS in my prayers. And God Bless you, and your family.

 

George Guerin posted on 3/12/19

Great memories hunting in Tigerton with Butch! May he rest in peace, Our Deepest Sympathy! Larry, George & Chopper Guerin

 

Lisa Greco posted on 3/12/19

What a beautiful memorial to a wonderful woman! I'm sure she will be deeply missed by all who knew her. My condolences to the entire Shenkenberg family.

 

Joan krubsack posted on 3/12/19

Such a beautiful woman has been taken to soon,so sorry for your loss .

 

Midge Chmiel and family posted on 3/12/19

Our deepest sympathies to the entire family ! I have very fond memories of Monya !

 

 

Maryann Nash posted on 3/12/19

Dear Bonnie, Mike & Nicole, Tim & Shelly, Jeannine & Joe, my deepest condolences on the loss of my dear cousin Richie. My heart and prayers are with you all at this time of great sorrow and loss. May you be consoled by fond memories and comforted by knowing that someone so special will never be forgotten. Love Maryann (Feeney) & John Nash

 

Allen and Sharon Kohn posted on 3/12/19

Remember all the wonderful years you had Butch, It will help you get through this sad time. Our deepest sympathy.

 

Beverly O'Donnell posted on 3/12/19

Good bye for now, Mom. You will be missed by all of us. We know your wish to be reunited with Dad is now accomplished! We can just imagine the joy you both share in being with each other again. May you both rest in peace. Love, Bev, David, and Dan and our families

 

Beth & Ray and The King familt posted on 3/12/19

We cannot express how sad we are at this time. We want you all to know that Richie was a very special person to me. We will miss him so. We always think of joyful times in Rockaway with Aunt Frances and Uncle Gene with Richie, Jeannine and everyone. He was always my moms favorite and she treasured her phone calls from him. Payers are with Bonnie, Mik, Tim and all of you families

 

Christie Low posted on 3/12/19

Have so many great memories of Butch from his younger years. Will always remember him and smile. He is now with his brother and cousins talking over the good times. My love to you Anna. Love to the daughters and their family's also

 

Susie Sereno Cotton posted on 3/12/19

I am so sorry to hear this news. My sympathy to all his family and those who loved him! A GREAT guy. I worked with him many years and before me my Dad did. He always had a story to tell. He will be missed! " A Good Guy" is right!!!!

 

Ty Hooks posted on 3/12/19

So sad to learn of your passing. Your smile, personality, and great spirit will always be remembered! I'm truly sorry for your loss LaDon, God Bless.

 

Larcen Henley posted on 3/12/19

May God bless you and the family and keep everyone in the safety of his loving arms & bossom during this time of grievance. Love Aunt Larcen

 

David Flessert posted on 3/12/19

Donnie was truly one of the good guys. Never forget.

 

Rick Feeney posted on 3/12/19

Bonnie, Mike and Tim Our deepest condolences on your loss. Your dad and husband, Richie, was a loving cousin who I always looked up to. And I have the fondest memories of our summers in Rockaway with all the Slattery’s and Feeney’s. Our hearts go out to you and your family.

 

Carol and Bruce Morem posted on 3/12/19

So sorry for the loss of this wonderful man. I will always remember his smile and laugh. My prayers go out to all of you.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 3/12/19

May fond memories of your loved one bring you comfort during this difficult time in your life. Look back on all the good memories you were able to have and smile at the fact that you were able to share these with our loved one. My heart and prayer go out to your family. Jehovah God longs to bring back those who are need in his memory and to see them live again. The Bible calls God "the source of life" at Psalm 36:9. For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Tom and Regina Oberlin posted on 3/12/19

We have only the fondest memories of Rich as a soccer coach for our boys so many years ago. We hope memories of all the good times you shared as a family will help you cope with your loss

 

Tom and Regina Oberlin posted on 3/12/19

Our sincerest sympathy to Bonnie, Mike, Tim and family on the death of your beloved husband, father, and grandfather. We have only the fondest memories of Rich as a soccer coach for our boys so many years ago. We hope memories of all the good times your family has shared will help you cope with your loss

 

Lisa Draves posted on 3/12/19

I know how much she LOVED you, Greg and Marilyn.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 3/12/19

My deepest sympathy goes out to your family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. May Jehovah the God of all comfort be with your family. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Tom and Shirley Delahunt posted on 3/12/19

Our deepest sympathy to Bonnie, Mike and Tim. We share in your loss and are thinking of you. May you find comfort with family and friends. Cherish all the wonderful memories.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 3/12/19

Please accept this sincere note of sympathy regarding the loss of your dear loved one. May these few words ease your pain. No matter how long our loved one may have lived, they leave behind a void in our hearts. The Bible promises at Revelation 21:4, that soon "death and pain will be no more." For further information, please visit jw.org

 

Ruby Scott posted on 3/12/19

Prayers and fond memories are what you have to remember of Rich. May the love of family and friends comfort you during these difficult days. My most heartfelt condolences go out to your family. Jesus promised at John 5:28,29 "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Dave Condella posted on 3/12/19

Donnie was a great friend, co-worker & teammate. So sorry for your loss Anna. Will never forget him.

 

 

Michele Kemp posted on 3/11/19

Gone, never forgotten. Your humor & Persitance will remain in our hearts forever! Aunt LaDon will be taken care of. Dad will keep your memory alive! You touched so many lives that there will not be time to tell you. Now who's going to approve of my next date? Love you & miss you.

 

Annie Hansen (Ross) posted on 3/11/19

My heartfelt condolences to Anna Marie and her family and friends. I was shocked to read that Butchie passed away. Good memories of Anna Marie and Butch from our high school years. R.I.P. Butchie, you were one of the good guys. May God's peace be with you all.

 

Kathy and Tom Boyd posted on 3/11/19

Bonnie, Mike and Nicole, we are so sorry for your loss. I remember him as a happy, caring man. Always a smile on his face and a kind word.

 

 

Terry Delahunt posted on 3/11/19

So sorry to hear this news, Bonnie, Mike and Tim. Rich was a wonderful man and he will be dearly missed. Love you guys!

 

Connie Yonker posted on 3/11/19

My the good Lord be with you at this difficult time, we all loved Butch may he rest in peace. Very nice, kind and caring person. Take care Anna and family . Love Connie

 

Nan Milkent posted on 3/11/19

So sad that you have lost the leader of you family. Love and hugs to you all.

 

Alexander Bozmoski posted on 3/11/19

I always loved Marks direct and honest approach to life. Taught me a lot. He will be remembered and missed.

 

Michael Gwisdala posted on 3/11/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

Carol Dillner posted on 3/11/19

So sorry for your loss. Hold onto all those beautiful memories. Prayers of comfort and strength.

 

Debi Maxfield posted on 3/11/19

Thinking about the Sullivan family at your time of grief and loss. May all the memories that you have of your husband and father always remain cherished in your heart.

 

Pat Bachhuber posted on 3/11/19

I am so deeply saddened to learn that this beautiful, fiercely loving and giving woman has passed away. What a fighter and what spirit she had. I will always be inspired by her service. My deepest sympathy goes out to you Brian, your family and all of the friends who know and love her.

 

Michelle Cash-Steele posted on 3/11/19

Evoria-Sending my deepest condolences to you and your family. May your father Rest In Peace. I will keep you all in prayers and thoughts.

 

Linda Neal posted on 3/11/19

To the Family of Odell Minor....Let GOD be your Pillar of Strength during this time of sorrow and just know (Odell Minor) this sweet soul is resting in the bossom of JESUS!!!!...My Dear Nephew I Love You.

 

 

Sonia posted on 3/11/19

Please accept my sincere condolences on your loss. May the peace of God that surpasses all understanding guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus.” (Phil. 4:7) May the hope of a resurrection right here on a restored earth bring you comfort. (John 5:28, 29) Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life) Psalm 37:11, 29) But the meek will possess the earth, And they will find exquisite delight in the abundance of peace. The righteous will possess the earth, And they will live forever on it. My deepest sympathy

 

Carolyn & Rick Johnson posted on 3/10/19

Juanita - We are so sorry for the loss of your dear Dad. May God's loving Peace sustain you & your family during this very difficult time. God Bless you and your family. Love Carolyn and Rick Johnson

 

 

me posted on 3/10/19

You will always be loved and my constant.

 

 

Gaile Thompson posted on 3/10/19

Happy memories from here in New Zealand

 

Gail Robison posted on 3/10/19

Cousin Tom and family Please except my condolences for the loss of our precious “Auntie Hilda”. I have so many memories from years ago and recent of Auntie Hilda and will always treasure them. Our formidable years we spent together and were so close as direct family would be. Auntie Hilda was a joy to visit each and every time. would talked and reminisce about the family still with us and those we’ve lost. She will always be in my heart. My prayers to you all.

 

Rick & Carol posted on 3/10/19

You already did it

 

Jim Mueller posted on 3/10/19

My condolences I worked with Odell for many years and always enjoyed his company he was a good person

 

Aunt Pat posted on 3/10/19

oh Lea, your last party was the best. Thank you and B.J for including me. I love you all.

 

RV and Stephanie Hailstock posted on 3/9/19

To the family of Mr. Odell Minor, RV and I are so sorry about Odell's passing. We rest easier, however, knowing that the family is in God's hands. We'll continue to pray that you find some comfort even as you grieve your loss.

 

Peggy Talley posted on 3/9/19

To the Family of Odell Minor May God Bless and Strengthen you during this time of sorrow

 

 

Lori Murphy posted on 3/9/19

Lea was the most selfless, considerate woman. She was always thinking of others and wanted to make sure everyone would be ok after she left earth and was welcomed in heaven. We will miss her dearly! ❤️

 

Linda M. Bryant posted on 3/9/19

My sincere condolences, to you, and family...this is Ruthann, and Toni Newman's sister, Linda...you, and Odell, were sweethearts...God bless,and keep you,with your priceless memories, to cherish.

 

Ruth Thompson posted on 3/8/19

My sincere condolences and prayers for the family. May God give you the comfort you need during this time Blessings

 

Ruth Thompson posted on 3/8/19

My sincere condolences to the family

 

Ruth Thompson posted on 3/8/19

My sincerely condolences to the family

 

Kitty Larkin posted on 3/8/19

A great lady who brought much joy to the children attending the kids Christmas Party annually at Post 449. A devoted wife who accompanied her husband participating in many of the Veterans Day parades in Milwaukee and the local holiday parades. She participated in the Post exercise classes and many of the chair volley ball sessions sharing many good times with other participating members. She brought joy to every event she participated in and will be missed by all who knew her.

 

Rich Dunaj posted on 3/8/19

What an incredible and kind man! Always made those long busy nights better with his smile, and laugh. RIP my friend.

 

Warren Klaus posted on 3/8/19

A very classy person all the way. We had some good laughs re to my Winston, English Mastiff some 247 lbs. wjk Will miss this Lady!

 

Dawn Panfil, Hair Solutions Salon & Spa posted on 3/8/19

Always at your service, we will truly miss you Leah.

 

 

Mary(Bunker)Goebel posted on 3/7/19

Thinking of Lea’s family. Shared stories with her about cancer. She fought hard and will be missed. Gone to soon old friend ❤️

 

Nora Garnes posted on 3/7/19

Uncle Eddie was my youngest uncle since his brother Norbert was my father. Many happy memories with him and my half sister Jill. So happy to finally know. Love Nora Klug

 

Sandra L Turman-Bounds posted on 3/7/19

Dear Stearne and Shiquise, your neighbors, Bennie, Sandra, Jared and Jalean send our heartfelt condolences to you and your family for the loss of your mother. She was a great neighbor, looking out for us all. She kept us informed on what was going on. Cherish her memory, she'll be missed. God Bless you, comfort and keep you. The Bounds family

 

Patricia White posted on 3/7/19

So sorry for your loss. Rose was such a beautiful person. Rick, Susie & Bobby semd their condolences

 

Michelle posted on 3/7/19

Aunt Lea you will be deeply missed. Thank you for all the love and support you have given my family and I over the years. Sending love and prayers to the family.

 

Randy and Cindy Swan posted on 3/7/19

So sorry to hear about bob.He was the greatest boss ever.Our prays are with you.

 

Barb Villman posted on 3/7/19

To my dearest friends, Ron, Roger, Lisa and family. My heart and prayers are with you all. I will miss my forever friend. We shared so much through the years, our happiness, sadness, fun times etc. Joanne will be missed by many. She is up in Heaven giving everyone hugs. Love and hugs, Barb and Jim

 

 

Bettie Wesley posted on 3/7/19

Those we hold closest to our hearts never truly leave us. They live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they brought into our lives. My Condolence and Prayers are with you all. Love

 

Raymond and Linda Lekan posted on 3/7/19

Linda and I salute his long lifetime of accomplishments and family devotion. He set a high standard for us all.

 

Nancy Tillison Van Valkenburgh posted on 3/7/19

Thinking of you all in your time of sorrow.

 

Nancy Tillison, Tosa East Class of ‘65 posted on 3/7/19

Mr. Doepke was a wonderful educator and a kind and gentle man. My sincere condolences to the family

 

Phyllis Darge posted on 3/6/19

My deepest sympathy to you and your family in the loss of your "Nana", Michelle. I am sure that she was a beautiful lady in all respects and was deeply loved by so many whose lives were touched by her. I only wish I would have had the pleasure of meeting her ….May God bless you and your entire family!

 

Rochelle posted on 3/6/19

I LOVE you I MISS you I NEED you...stay wrapped around me Mommy!

 

Patrick and Jane Brown posted on 3/6/19

Stearne and Shiquise, our condolences on the loss of your mother. You meant the world to her. She will always be with you in your hearts. I worked with her in the late 80s at the Post Office. She was very special to us.

 

Gary & Rose Kinberg posted on 3/6/19

To the family of June: All though I only had the pleasure of meeting her at special events. She always greeted me with a warm and kind smile. I know she was a wonderful and loving mother and grandmother and lived a long and happy life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you for your loss but her fond memory will last your lifetimes.

 

Mike Lehman posted on 3/6/19

My condolences to Stearne and Shiquise. Your mother was a strong and wonderful person. May she Rest In Peace, and may you be comforted during this time.

 

Deanere Shelton posted on 3/6/19

Our prayers are with the family, doing this sad time. Sadie will truly be missed in my life. To Sterne

 

Leonard P. Jurgensen Milwaukee Brewery Historian posted on 3/6/19

As I Schlitz brewery historian, I became acquainted Earl about 30 years ago. He conducted the Schlitz choir for the 100th Anniversary of the Schlitz Brewing Company in 1949. He has lost the score (sheet music for choir) for that event and asked if I had it, which I did not. Over the course of the past 30 years he has asked me over and over again to find that (music for that event). Finally and but unfortunately, I did not find it, but not until after his passing. I would not like to share that score (sheet music) with his family. Please contact Leonard at 262 965 3281 or email at the address below

 

Kee posted on 3/6/19

To the family, My sincere sympathies for the loss of your loved one Mr. Joe. Words can not express the pain you are going through, but I hope that Revelation 21:4 and John 5:28, 29 can comfort you in this time of great loss.

 

Carma Teasley posted on 3/6/19

The family of Gertrude Smith sends their condolence to the family of Sadie Davis. Our prayer go out to her entire family and comfort knowing that she is with her savior.

 

LaDonna Goehler posted on 3/6/19

My long ago friend from the Air Force days, miss you with all my heart. My deepest sympathies to the family, Love, hugs and prayers

 

 

Patricia "Trish" Brunson-White posted on 3/6/19

Family, you have my most sincere & deepest sympathy. Uncle, CT, ss he was affectionly called, was one of my favorite uncles. He was such a kind person. We laughed a lot and just had fun! I will always love him for always being such a great uncle to me and all of my brothers and sisters.

 

Diana Mcgee posted on 3/5/19

Brenda, My deepest sympathies goes out to you and family. Keeping you all in my prayers.

 

Susan Borreson Brewer (daughter of Frank’s sister, Lisette Bruns Borreson) posted on 3/5/19

I first met Uncle Frank on a trip to Wisconsin when I was 12 or 13, and got to know him during his many visits to Mom here in Houston in the years that followed. He came to see Mom during her bout with cancer, along with Uncle Russ, and that meant so much to her. He was the only one of my uncles whom I really came to know fairly well. He painted my daughter’s nursery for me, and often helped with other handyman jobs around my house. I remember being heavily pregnant with my second daughter, Chloe, and shopping with him at Lowe’s for paint! He had a funny, giggly laugh and a sense of humor to go along with it! I’m so sorry for your loss, my cousins, and Uncle Frank’s extended family and friends.

 

Julie Hunt posted on 3/5/19

It's been 5 years Mom since you left this earth to be in Heaven. I miss you more than ever as time keeps rolling by. I wish you were still here even though I know you are in a better place. I love you!

 

Gary and Monica Roux posted on 3/4/19

My dearest Ron, Roger, Sonia, Lisa, David, Nicholas and Samuel, you have lost truly a very special person. JoAnne was loved by so many, we couldn't keep count. She lit up the room when she walked in the Post. Everyone loved her. I especially did as JoAnne always had a hug, kiss and smile for me. I will miss that. I have many wonderful memories of JoAnne. My heart aches as I write this condolence. Please accept our deepest sympathies. She will truly be missed by many.

 

Chuck Steinkraus posted on 3/4/19

My deepest sympathy to Ron and the family. She will be missed by many.

 

Ken and Kathy McCarthy posted on 3/4/19

Ron Ken and I are so sorry for your loss. JoAnne was a one of a kind lady who will be missed by many. I know that she and I had a special connection that I will cherish forever. Please know that we are here for you. Our love to you and the family.

 

Gayle Schneider posted on 3/4/19

To my Norwegian comrade, I will miss your funny stories and tidbits about Norway. Love Gayle Schneider

 

Deborah Leinss posted on 3/4/19

Truly one sweet lady. We will miss you JoAnn. I will miss my Jesus talks with you and all your wonderful stories of Ron and the Air Force, I will miss your jiggles and funny story of yesterday and todays. You and Ron walked as one. A true love story of you two. Your wonderful smile will be missed. I will never forget you ever. Loved you to death.

 

Diane Larsen posted on 3/4/19

It is so sax we mlm lost her....loved her smile and lov ed of bbn Mickey Mouse I bought her a t shirt and she was so happy and appreciated it so.much....I have had many great times with them both....great people great hearts......she and I had the same jewlery guy and we met at State Fair and spent the afternoon shopping and laughing with her snd with a long time girlfriend and Ron......so sorry for your loss...God bless...

 

Jordan S posted on 3/4/19

My deepest condolences to the family for your loss.Truly heartbreaking. Our Heavenly Father gives us a beautiful thought when He promises us that soon death will be "swallowed up forever." (1 Cor. 15:54) Along with this, God also guarantees that ones who have died will be able to live again. (John 5:28,29) I hope these encouraging scriptures can bring you some comfort during this difficult time.

 

Sherwin Landerman posted on 3/4/19

Will miss u buddy great guy have a safe trip c u on the orther side

 

Greg & Ginny Polomis posted on 3/3/19

Sorry to hear about Betty. Enjoyed stopping by when we came to Milwaukee (VA). She would insisting you have coffee or other refreshments with her. We were planning on coming to her funeral, but Greg got sick today. I'm having a mass said for her at St. Augustine in Wausaukee. Our deepest sympathy, Frank, Diane and family. Greg & Ginny

 

Nancy Tillison VanValkenburgh posted on 3/3/19

Diane & the Derse Family, I never met your mom but watching the beautiful video tribute, I feel I got to know her and your whole family. It looks like she had an eventful life full of fun and family. You were lucky to have her for so long. May your memories of her bring you joy and comfort and ease the pain of your loss.

 

Mario Rivera posted on 3/2/19

My dearest Helen. One of the most accepting and non judgemental person I have met. She gave me space in her center to use in my early days as a facilitator with complete trust in me. May God continue to bless and guide her as she celebrates a life well lived on earth and is now in heaven.

 

Lisa Hall posted on 3/2/19

Frank was such a wonderful man! I always told him that nobody could ever be in a bad mood with him around. He was always laughing and smiling. I know he will be missed, and my thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time.

 

Shell Starcher posted on 3/2/19

He will truly be missed, our many fond memories growing up in this family will always include him in the background taking it all in... love you auntie and I'm so sorry for your loss

 

Lynn (Strachota) Fandek posted on 3/2/19

We have so many wonderful memories shared between the Derse and Strachota families! May your memories and love for each other, bring you all support and comfort. Can only imagine the reunion that is taking place!! Our love to all of you, Lynn, Jim and Mark

 

JD Varilek posted on 3/2/19

Sandy and family, Our family sends our deepest condolences at your loss. Augie will be missed by us all. Please let us know if you need anything. Our prayers go out to you, God Bless.

 

Carol Kraft posted on 3/1/19

My Memory of Matt, I Babysat him when he was just 4 years old, but would never would forget that face . He had that same laugh . I wish his family the best. .

 

Michelle Neumann posted on 3/1/19

Uncle Bob you were such an amazing person! You are and will be missed dearly. Family gatherings will never be the same again but I know you will be watching over all of us, especially all those grand babies. Rest in peace until we meet again. ❤️

 

Michelle Neumann posted on 3/1/19

Uncle Bob you were such an amazing person! You are and will be missed dearly. Family gatherings will never be the same again but I will you will watching over all of us, especially all those grand babies. Rest in peace until we meet again. ❤️

 

Monica Topolovich posted on 3/1/19

My Uncle Robert, you were truly such a wonderful and loving person. Your smile and sense of humor will be missed dearly. I know you will still continue to watch over your kids and grandkids from heaven just like you did on earth. Love you Uncle Robert

 

Monica Topolovich posted on 3/1/19

My Uncle Robert, you were truly such a wonderful and loving person. Your smile and sense of humor will be missed dearly. I know you still continue to watch over your kids and grandkids. Love you Uncle Robert

 

G. A. Bruns (wife of Frank's eldest brother) posted on 2/28/19

Frank was a terrific person and friend with a great sense of humor. He very much enjoyed a recent holiday feast with his family. As one of the siblings of my late husband, we kept in telephone contact. Frank helped many friends and neighbors in his life. He was an inspiration to me and I will greatly miss him. I was shocked to learn of his passing. May he rest in peace.

 

Krista Alberti posted on 2/28/19

I was so lucky to have had someone so special for a father in law and grandfather to our children. We will miss you dearly but have so many wonderful memories of you that will live on forever. Until we meet again...we love you.

 

Kim Nealt posted on 2/28/19

Michelle and family - May you cherish the wonderful memories you have of your grandmother. Sending hugs and prayers. The Nealt Family

 

Kim Nealt posted on 2/28/19

Michelle and family - May you cherish the wonderful memories you have of your grandmother. You are in our thoughts and prayers. The Nealt Family

 

Andrea J Fisher posted on 2/28/19

Dear Jason and Shannon: You dad will always be remembered as a dutiful son, and a kind, soft-spoken cousin. He never seemed flustered about anything, and always had a calm demeanor. He had a smile for everyone, and was so proud of the two of you and his grandchildren. May you take comfort knowing he loved you deeply and gave you his best.

 

Jason Alberti posted on 2/28/19

Love you Dad. Thanks for everything you have ever done. I promise I will do what you said and take care of my kids. I only hope I can be as good as father as you were.

 

Philip W. Steinberg posted on 2/28/19

My mother-in-law was a wonderful woman. She was kind, generous, and humorous. May her memory be a blessing for all who knew her.

 

Shannon Wysocki posted on 2/28/19

We'll Always Love You, Dad. Each day you strived to live, your body too weak to be. Your love will live forever, since your heart has set you free. Now you walk so bravely, you feel the pain no more. Angel's have come to guide you and bring you to Heaven's door. Memories we'll hold so dearly, your smile, warmed our hearts. And through our lives you'll live, you've touched so many parts. Hard days may be before us, it's all apart of God's plan. Why you left so soon, we may never understand. You'll be alone no longer, and you'd tell us, don't be sad. Please believe, you were no burden, we'll always love you, Dad. Our lives have changed forever, since the day you passed away. In Heaven you'll be waiting, to meet us again someday.

 

Witty posted on 2/28/19

Sorry for your loss DAN and Mary.

 

Donner posted on 2/28/19

My deepest condolences to Mildred's family. Remember you are not alone at this difficult time. "God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress." Psalm 46:1

 

Gerry Blazejovsky posted on 2/28/19

Goodby old friend.

 

Ken and Nancy Hesse posted on 2/27/19

Robin & Scott families...It has been a very long time; I worked with your dad at Standard oil but didn't know he had passed. Your mother was a really pleasant person and your dad was an attendant at our wedding. Our condolences.

 

Carol from Community Memorial Hospital Information Desk posted on 2/27/19

Chris, Stephanie, Samantha, Abigail & Brianna I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

Peggy Eilers posted on 2/27/19

Gracanne and family, My condolences on the loss of your mother. As you travel your journey to grieve for and also to celebrate her life, may you find peace along the way. I just read that grief hurts so much because you loved so much. It makes sense. Wrap yourself in that love and memories.

 

 

John Vitrano posted on 2/27/19

I love my Aunt Sandy alot. I enjoyed spending time with her and having wonderful talks. Such a smart, sharp, and classy lady. I miss her.

 

Bob & Dee Steuber posted on 2/27/19

Our thoughts are with the family. Our memories of the friendship of Gene & Lois & us are to many to list. they were the 1st to greet us in1965 & the last to say good bye in 1995 Our love to all you kids Bob & Dee

 

Nick Kertscher posted on 2/27/19

I can't believe I found out this way that you passed away over a year and a 1/2 ago. I've been searching for you for Over a year ago. She was such a wonderful person and did not deserve to be taken so early. I have so many things I wanted to say to her and I'm in so much pain and in tears to see this.

 

 

Maravia Gonzales posted on 2/26/19

My Primo, Tati.... Always loving and I looked forward to the times you visited. You were a part of my Dad's journey in Vietnam. That made you brothers. My Mom, your Tia loved you so much.... I still remember all the times I sat around to listen to all the stories that were shared at Ama's house. Now you are with all our loved ones that have left us, Especially your Rudy. Vaya con Dios mi Primo... Until we meet again....

 

Roberto Rivera posted on 2/26/19

My most heartfelt condolences to your familia. Tato was a true renaissance man. A music lover, student of history, philosophy, science, nuestra cultura y todo lo cosmico. His friendship and wit will be missed by myself and all whom he loved. Que Descanse en Paz un gran hombre que se llamaba - Rudy.

 

 

Kim & Tim Gellings posted on 2/26/19

Tracy, thinking of you during this difficult time.

 

Cami Johnson posted on 2/26/19

I am so sorry to hear of Ted’s death. Julie, I am thinking of you and the kids. May you find peace, and cherish all of the great memories you have! Love and prayers, Cami Johnson

 

Colette Schreiber posted on 2/26/19

The meaning of life is found in "spots of time" vivid bits of memory that arise spontaneously years later and connect us with our deepest selves and those we love. I have many "spots of time" visiting Millie at her home and witnessed her family's undying LOVE for her. I am very glad to have been part of the Dragotta family with my visits of this amazing woman.

 

Suzann Gardner posted on 2/26/19

Amaralis, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am sorry for your loss. May your good memories sustain you at this time and in the future.

 

Sandy Swietlik posted on 2/26/19

My condolences Ted, GracAnne and Millie's entire family. A life well lived and well loved. ❤

 

 

Carmen Cartagena posted on 2/26/19

MAY GOD BLESS U ALL PRAYING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

 

Tracy Wallner posted on 2/26/19

Praying for you all during this horrible tragedy. I’m so sorry for your loss and grief. I will be praying for you all. And wish I could be there for you this weekend. I’ll be at a work event. Sending hugs and support to you all!

 

Ron and Debra Sukup posted on 2/26/19

Millie was a very kind and loving person. And loved her family very much and relatives and friends. She will be missed very much, but her memory will live on in our hearts.

 

 

Sandra Schmitt posted on 2/26/19

You were an amazing woman and an amazing Grandmother, you will be missed dearly

 

Jessica Swanson posted on 2/25/19

The duffy family were very good friend of ours. He was my husband friend since the age of 9 years old. Casey and myself spent our two pregnancies together with both of our older children. Kevin was one of the 1st people to hold my daughter .There was a time we lived together in the falls. We did many things together. Dinners. Watching movies, having our children, grow together since lil kevin was born 5 months before my daughter and kylie was born 5 months after my son. We all looked out for each other and he helped me a lot after my daughters stillbirth. Kevin was an amazing father. I love him, Casey, lil kevin, kylie and konner. We spent a lot time together and this is absolutely heart breaking

 

Paul Chisholm posted on 2/25/19

I knew John from his work at the IEEE and Cooper/Eaton Power Systems. He was a quiet, kind and helpful person and I am saddened by your sudden loss. May the Lord bless and keep John and all his family and friends.

 

 

Joan Hepp posted on 2/25/19

I have many memories of "Peggy". When she was President of the Waukesha Chapter of Genealogy, I was Secretary. She taught me so much about genealogy. I remember the trips to Salt Lake & just for fun, we went to Disneyland one year & ate our way thru Epoct. I will miss the Christmas letters & family updates. We often wondered if we were related. In my mother's line, there is Raasch's with 2 A's instead of one. I now live in West Bend & because of the iffy weather, will not be there tonight. My thoughts & prayers with you all.

 

Shunta Boston-Smith posted on 2/25/19

Torrey, I extend my deepest sympathies to you and your family. I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss. I pray that God continues to grant you strength. May the soul of your mother rest peacefully with our Heavenly Father.

 

Butler Family posted on 2/25/19

We send our deepest condolences to the family.

 

Stephanie Bivens Williams posted on 2/25/19

To the Lea family, I pray that the Lord will strengthen and comfort your hearts during this time of loss. I can remember Mrs. Lea always in her garden or at the sowing machine making something beautiful out of nothing, no matter where she lived she always made her house a beautiful home!! I loved hanging out at the Lea house, watching movies or listening to music, I think we watched Lady Sings the Blues about 100 times!! The last time I saw Mrs. Lea she was in the nursing home and before I could say Hi, she said, Hey Stephanie, how are you and how's your family, she might had trouble getting around, but her mind was as sharp as ever. She will truly be missed, rest well Mrs. Lea, Love Always, Stephanie.

 

 

Guy Graff posted on 2/25/19

I can’t forget about being yelled at for not being able to steer the boat straight while, he was coaching someone as they were bringing in a big fish. That was a great day.

 

Barb Massino posted on 2/25/19

Laurie, Lisa and Leslie, so sorry to hear of your Moms passing. Many fond memories of girl Scouting, and fun at your house. Thanks for sharing her. I think about Leslie's Chinese fire drills and it still makes me laugh. Rest in Peace Mrs. Rasch

 

 

Guy Graff posted on 2/25/19

I’ll miss you Uncle Eugene.

 

 

Jennifer Truss posted on 2/25/19

I grew up with Kevin. He was one of a kind and was thebest at being a father to his children. I was there when he married Casey and watched all of our children grow as the years passed. I'm heartbroken that he is no longer with us along with Kevin Jr. and Kylie. You were a good person and your children are lucky to have you as a father. I hope Casey and Conner are able to get past the hurt this caused and continue to enjoy life until you're all reunited again. I hope you all watch over us until we meet again. I miss you but will never forget you or those beautiful children.

 

Annette Leach posted on 2/25/19

R.I.P Mr. Percy

 

Marla Corniels posted on 2/25/19

My deepest and most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. I will be praying for peace and comfort for all of your family.

 

Jensen Family posted on 2/25/19

We are so sorry for your loss. We are praying for you all.

 

The Johnson Family posted on 2/25/19

There are no words I could ever say that would take your pain away, but having a community stand behind you and help sometimes says it all. Always in our prayers.

 

 

Becker Family posted on 2/24/19

Our hearts go out to your precious family. May the stars shine extra bright for you. Hugs

 

 

Becker Family posted on 2/24/19

Our hearts go out to your precious family. Hugs

 

 

Jason Worgull posted on 2/24/19

So, so sorry for your family's loss! Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

The Rolbiecki Family posted on 2/24/19

Our hearts, thoughts, and prayers are with you during your tremendous loss. A wounded heart will heal in time, and when it does, the memories and love of our lost ones are sealed inside to comfort us.

 

Darlene Cox Davis posted on 2/24/19

Adair had made me a Westie jacket out of a throw I had. That was in 1998! I just was pulling it out to wear and ran across a note from her, was curious to find out if she was still around. Quite surprised to see of her recent passing. My condolences to all her family and friends. The show dog world brings so many people together otherwise we never would have crossed paths. Darlene from Porter Ok, Ridgmar Westies.

 

Barbara Troka posted on 2/24/19

John was a great man who always had a smile and a kind word for everyone. I was privileged to be able to help John & Joan through a number of the health trials they bravely encountered as a truly devoted couple. Talk about CLASS! John is undoubtedly smiling down on us all still, as he takes his place among the truly special men in Heaven.

 

Jim and Caryl Splaine posted on 2/24/19

So very sorry for your loss! Celebrate his life and all the wonderful memories! Thoughts and prayers! God bless!

 

 

Jewel posted on 2/24/19

I am so sorry for your loss! Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family...

 

Mat posted on 2/23/19

You'll always be in my heart.

 

Robin Matovich Mastera posted on 2/23/19

To Laura (Lori), Susan (Sue), Jeff and family I am so sorry for the loss of your brother Mark. He was that guy with the great one liners and quick wit. Prayers and hugs for you all.

 

Anita Perkins and Eric Adler posted on 2/23/19

Kiriakos we are so sorry to learn of the passing of your Mom, she was kind, loving and welcoming to all who entered your home. May the memories you created keep her forever close in your hearts. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

 

 

Joann Hilgemann posted on 2/22/19

Such a beautiful boy and his eyes appear all-knowing and wise. Derek will always be in your hearts.

 

Chacho Gomez y Fam. posted on 2/22/19

Tato fue una gran persona desde que lo conoci. No tuve la oportunidad de convivir con el durante estos ultimos anios. Sin embargo, nos causa gran pena el saber de tan reciente he inesperado fallecimiento. Condolecias para sus familiares y amigos. Descanse en Paz, mi amigo.

 

 

Jacinta Inclan Moser posted on 2/22/19

My deepest condolences to the Martinez family. Prayers for you .

 

Joe Stellbrink posted on 2/22/19

I'm incredibly thankful for having Grandma in my life. She always made me feel loved and accepted. I will greatly miss exchanging letters with her. Throughout the years she was always interested in what was going on in my life, and often seemed to subtly offer just the right piece of support or advice. I will miss her. I am sorry that April and I won't be able to attend the service on Saturday, but we'll be thinking of all of you this weekend. Joe Stellbrink & April Sullivan

 

 

Diana Lanham posted on 2/22/19

He will live in our heart always. My love and prayers always.

 

 

Jamie F. De Jesus Sr posted on 2/22/19

I remember the first time I met Tato, soooo much welcoming love and acceptance and never judging me. From that day forward he was like a father to me and his family was my family. We love and miss you both dearly.

 

Kimi Krueger ‘78 posted on 2/22/19

My heart and soul go out to your family and friends.

 

Jennifer Fisher posted on 2/22/19

I will always remember Uncle Tom as a very happy, loving, funny guy. He was always on the lookout at rummage sales for bikes for Skylar. I really enjoyed each and every conversation we would have when together. Such a huge heart. You will be missed Uncle Tom!!

 

Marlo Archer posted on 2/21/19

I remember Tom most from 4th of July Picnics and Christmas Eve's at Grandma & Grandpa Strehlow's house. He was friendly, pleasant, always laughing or joking, didn't seem argumentative or contrary, just a really easy-going fellow. Sure, everyone in the family, including Tom, rode Harleys, but Tom was a legend because he actually worked at Harley! It was always exciting to see what new bike he would be getting with his employee discount. I know that my father loved him deeply and was proud to ride with him around the country, making new friends everywhere they went. I loved it when his family lived in Cudahy and I could visit on foot or bicycle. The house was welcoming and fun and I enjoyed that you guys were able to have a dog. I also remember him wearing that Harley captain's hat and I just thought that was way beyond cool. I will miss having someone to whom I can send the postage stamps I soak off mailings from my international friends. R.I.P. (Ride In Paradise)

 

Holly Corso-Fons posted on 2/21/19

Mary Jane . I met Tom for the first time the day of the ride that was put together for him . It was a blessing to meet Tom and your family , caregivers , and friends . All that are all so compassionate and full of Love . It made my heart smile to see him smile . It was was nice visit shortly after to talk about the ride and share pictures of the event. It's been truly an honor to meet Tom and get to know your family. My deepest sympathies go out to you all and pray that he sends you signs from Heaven letting you know he is at peace and is OK .

 

Doreen Peeper posted on 2/21/19

Tom will be missed by many! I remember coming over after school hanging out in the basement with Jimmy. I always went into the family room to say hi to Tom before going down by Jimmy. Mary Jane would be leaving to go to work at Kohl’s door store. One of my favorite memories is when all the boys would line up their Harlies and grandpa and grandma Strehlow’s house usually on Holidays! Another angel in heaven to watch over us!

 

Virginia Trad posted on 2/21/19

Me. Tom will always be one of my favorites. He was kind and caring. He was always making sure everyone was happy. When I worked with him he took a special liking to my younger brother Alex who now at 27 remembers him fondly. He was a great guy. My thoughts and prayers fo out to Mary Jane and the rest of him family

 

Roy BUDDHA Tonkovitz posted on 2/21/19

Maureen and family,my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. I regret that I will not be able to attend Johns service on Saturday. In the 50 years that I have known John Ihave many GOOD memories from living upstairs from the FireEscape to having Milwaukee Shorties on Burbon Street during MardiGras.The many days of hunting at Henry’s during DeerSeason. Always a true friend and will always be remembered

 

Greg Buck posted on 2/21/19

Al, so sorry to read of the passing of your son Lucas, my heartfelt condolences.

 

Gloria and Jerry Olesinski posted on 2/21/19

Lori and Family Jerry and I want to express our deepest sympathy on the passing of your mom . We will keep her in our prayers. She is Gone from your sight but never your memories- Gone from your touch but never from your hearts. God Bless you and the family

 

Fred posted on 2/21/19

I was sorry to hear of Mike's passing.

 

 

Sam, Abby and Bree xoxo posted on 2/20/19

We love you Gram. We miss you.

 

Stephanie, Chris, samantha, Abigail and Brianna. posted on 2/20/19

You were the best Mom and Gram in the world. We love you and miss you. Your in our hearts forever. Xoxo

 

 

Steohanie, chris, samantha, Abigail and Brianna. posted on 2/20/19

We love and miss you Mom.

 

 

Karen Nelms posted on 2/20/19

Thinking of you, Nancy, as you celebrate your Mother's life and share memories of her with family and friends.

 

 

Patricia Smith posted on 2/20/19

I had the pleasure of sharing vehicles with Mark at UPS . We both made sure that it was always clean and ready for each other at the start of our shift . Kind , considerate, friendly and respectful of others . He was a beautiful person and will be truly missed . My Prayers and condolences to the Family

 

Marika & Darryl Mertz and family posted on 2/20/19

God's blessings to you all and your family. Your mother looks lovely and I'm sure she was a wonderful mother, grandmother, friend. May the memories and your faith sustain you through this time and draw you near to each other and to our Maker who will provide you peace, love & joy!!!

 

Julie Quisler posted on 2/20/19

Dan and family - I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.

 

Mary Angela posted on 2/20/19

With deepest heartfelt sympathy to Billy and Cindy, may the fond memories be deeply planted in your hearts for find comfort and peace.

 

Carol Ann Girardi Weston posted on 2/20/19

To all of my cousins.. You all are in my prayers and thoughts at this time. I will try to come if the weather lets me make the trip. Auntie Laverne was a wonderful lady, she cared about everyone so much. She was always so thoughtful and kind. I have some wonderful memories of her. I love you all Carol

 

 

Tom Garven posted on 2/20/19

Mark was a great person, always had fun talking with him and telling a joke,he will surely be missed,condolences for his family!

 

John Patrick posted on 2/19/19

Mike was one of my first bosses, back in 2000 to 2001 I worked for him as a maintenance technician. He taught me a lot about building mechanicals. My condolences to Connie, Jeff and the rest of Mike's family. You will be missed.

 

John Patrick posted on 2/19/19

Mike was one of my first bosses, back in 2000 to 2001 I worked for him as a maintenance technician. He taught me a lot about building mechanicals. My condolences to Connie, Jeff and the rest of Mike's family. You will be missed.

 

Ted posted on 2/19/19

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

Ted posted on 2/19/19

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

Floyd & Joyce posted on 2/19/19

Ruth, although I never knew you, nor you knew me, Your wonderful granddaughter Jeannine and Fred gave me a gift that was yours. I will always use it with honor. Thank You. May you now Rest in the arms of Our Lord.

 

 

TJ posted on 2/19/19

My grandmother

 

Dawn Clayton (Grimmer) posted on 2/18/19

Thoughts and prayers with the Perry and Parys family. Blessed to have wonderful memories from Saint Mary HOC, Burbank, to celebration of your wedding.

 

Michael T. Marshall posted on 2/18/19

Mark's UPS family is shocked and saddened by his passing. His fellow drivers and his management team will miss him dearly. Our thoughts go out to Mark's family and friends in this difficult time.

 

Dianna Higgins posted on 2/18/19

Lisa, you are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you and your family peace and joy in his memories.

 

Mike Zimmerman posted on 2/18/19

Lisa, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May his memory be a blessing to you and your family.

 

Bridget Kelly Leibold posted on 2/18/19

Mark was an intricate part of the Kelly Family. He did so many things to keep our large family together. From hosting the Kelly Family Picnic for several years, to the cribbage tournament, and the annual Kelly Open. We stay close because of Mark and Lisa. Lisa, Nicole and Jack, you were his life. His family was everything, We loved him so much and he will be greatly missed. Love you all Bridget

 

pamala gendreau peterson posted on 2/18/19

HI, I was a student of class of 78, i thought Terri was a wonderful smart woman,she was beautiful in side and out, she had a pretty smile & the best cheeks!! Terri, seemed so mature & very caring & family meant a lot! she will be missed.

 

Maria CONE posted on 2/17/19

Debbie you are one of God's chosen daughters you always could make me laugh I'll miss that but your friends and family from Wisconsin will meet up some day and we will rock it up be at peace now with out pain we know you will be watching over us so I hope we can keep you proud of all of us that love and miss you God bless love you sister

 

 

Kimberly Hess posted on 2/17/19

I'm so thankful for meeting such a wonderful, caring, happy and loving person like you. I loved your strength and positivity. I will miss you dearly, love you Debbie prayers and thoughts for Dave and Dustin. May they find comfort and peace in such a difficult time.

 

 

Kimberly posted on 2/17/19

I'm so thankful for meeting such a wonderful, caring, happy and loving person like you. I loved your strength and positivity. I will miss you dearly, love you Debbie prayers and thoughts for Dave and Dustin. May they find comfort and peace in such a difficult time.

 

Barbara & Bill Renaud posted on 2/17/19

Mark was a wonderful, kind man. I was always grateful how he took care of Lisa’s Grandma and Grandpa Wiese. He will be missed. Lisa, Nicole and Jack, you are I our prayers.

 

 

Pam Janowski (Wilson) posted on 2/17/19

Debbie was a very special person and she meant the world to me. She leaves a void in my heart that won't ever be filled. I am so very sorry for your loss David, please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Goodbye my dearest friend.

 

 

Dawn Gehrig posted on 2/17/19

I am so happy to have known Debbie!! She always had a smile, no matter what she was going through!! God has an Angel with Him!

 

Gerri Perlberg posted on 2/17/19

Debbie was a brave fighter. Our deepest sympathy to Dave Dustin and the rest of your family

 

Jose Trevino posted on 2/17/19

Rest in peace, we will miss you.

 

Louise Wisinski posted on 2/17/19

My sympathies to the family of this lovely woman. Maggie, I miss you and am thinking of you at this sad time.

 

Glenn Della Pesca posted on 2/17/19

Debbie you will so be missed I never met a more beautiful person inside and out. I hope now you are at peace and pain free.I am guessing Heaven needed another angel because you left us way too soon. Thoughts prayers and condolences go out to Dave Dustin and family you will be truly missed.

 

Sheri posted on 2/17/19

Thank you Police Officer Matthew Rittner for serving our country and the Milwaukee Police Dept. Sounds like you were a superb human being. I am deeply bothered and saddened by what happened. My deepest sympathy to the Rittner family at this very sad and difficult time.

 

Kevin Kelsay posted on 2/17/19

As part of the West Milwaukee High School family, and a big sister to us all growing up, our collective hearts are broken by this loss. Our hearts reach out to Mom and all of Debbie's siblings, and extended family. A kinder soul I've never met. RIP.

 

 

Joanna posted on 2/16/19

RIP Debbie ..you were a beautiful soul . We all will miss you

 

Greg and Barbara Greiner posted on 2/16/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Mistrioty family in this time of loss.

 

CJ posted on 2/16/19

I'm so sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. Losing a loved one can be hard to cope with. One thing that helps me is a scripture found at Acts 24:15. We all have the hope of seeing our loved ones again.

 

Laura posted on 2/16/19

May God give you strength today and each day forward

 

Maggie Ventura posted on 2/15/19

I am one of your neighbors. My deepest condolences for your very tragic loss. He will always be with you, Cherish the happy memories. I wish you peace and strength...light where there will be darkness, in the years to come. Love is eternal. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. He will always be your beautiful, wonderful son.

 

Jane Mendelblatt posted on 2/15/19

Adair was my neighbor. Nice lady,always interesting to talk with..May she rest in peace

 

Tracy Smith posted on 2/15/19

I believe Adair was one of the first to sign my application for WKC. She was a sweet, witty and sassy old gal and she will be dearly missed. She had some wonderful dogs who were excellent breed representatives. Rest in peace and thanks for sponsoring me for the club. It is much appreciated.

 

Cynthia tibbetts posted on 2/15/19

So sorry for your loss mark and Abby this Cindy I used to babysit and clean house for you and live I am so sorry I just heard about Lynn's passing if there's anything I ever could do for you you've got my email God bless you

 

Karem Winkel posted on 2/15/19

I will always remember Adair for her wit and wonderful smile A few years ago I was travelling on I94 West when a car passed me and beeped. I looked to the side and there was Adair smiling, waving and then she passed me. Neither of us were driving the speed limit...we were both running late going to the Waukesha KC Show. Yes, she lived life to the fullest. God bless her. We will all miss her. My deepest sympathy to you Todd.

 

Lisa Schultz posted on 2/15/19

I’m so broken-hearted for Officer Rittner’s family. God Bless this good mans soul.

 

Linda Grulke and Family posted on 2/15/19

Loriann and Family-- God really knows where to put His angels when they are born. Lucas filled a special place in your family and your lives. And no one could have been a better or more loving support to him. I am thinking of you. Grulke

 

Rick Schadt posted on 2/15/19

I've never met Mr. Van Buren, but I've worked with his daughter Maggie for a number of years. I've read some of the postings, finding them very interesting, how after you've led your life, the little acts of kindness where you made a difference. I think, as parents, the legacy we can aspire to is raising successful, good children. In that regard, knowing Maggie, the legacy is secure. My condolences to the family.

 

Danny R posted on 2/14/19

Two words, Amazing Man. Thank you for your service to our country and our community. I pray for you and your family.

 

Douglas/Ann Markakis posted on 2/14/19

I grew up with Kathy, we were delighted when she married Dennis and had two wonderful sons. May her memory be eternal.

 

Laurie Hett posted on 2/14/19

Im so very sorry for your loss. No parent should ever lose a child. May your sweet baby boy RIH among all the other sweet angels. Im so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Jim Gruber and Sheryl Pearson posted on 2/14/19

Shery and I are with you during this painful time. Derek was this bright, blazing star that left us all too soon. He is star dust.

 

Sandy posted on 2/14/19

So Sorry to hear about your Dad. .I never realized when we were kids how much you look like him! See you tomorrow!

 

Sue Tatge posted on 2/14/19

Patty and Mike, we are thinking of you and sending many hugs your way. Love from, Sue & Kirk

 

 

La Toya posted on 2/14/19

Happy Birthday Nephson! I love you!

 

Ralph Heun posted on 2/14/19

You all have my deepest condolences on the death of your father. I have never met him but I noticed that his of the same age as I am. After you have time to adjust to your loss and if you are interested in your Rinke ancestry you may contact me. My Grandfather was Ferdinand Rinke who came to this country in 1861 by way of New Orleans, Another Rinke lived in Alabama. both families had sons who died in the Civil war. Ferdinands father was Phillip Rinke 1813-1892.

 

 

Tammy Jacobson posted on 2/14/19

In memory of Lucas

 

Tom & Barbara Van Beek West Bend, Wisconsin posted on 2/14/19

Although we never met Matt, we feel we have to thank him for his service to our country, and with the Milwaukee Police Dept. Our DEEPEST SYMPATHY to Caroline and family and all those whose life was touched by Matthew. May the Lord comfort you at this most difficult time. Tom & Barbara Van Beek West Bend, WI.

 

Kelly Cover posted on 2/14/19

I am very sorry for your loss and may you and your family find peace. Thoughts are with you all.

 

Jeantte Cholak posted on 2/14/19

My heart goes out to you both and your families on the passing of your sweet boy.

 

 

pina caiazzo posted on 2/14/19

I am so sorry for your loss. May God give your family strength during this difficult time.

 

Toi Jackson posted on 2/14/19

Sending my prayers and condolences to you and your family. May God continue to comfort all of you during this difficult and trying time.

 

 

Monica Mattern posted on 2/14/19

Thinking of you, my dear friend, & your family.

 

Monica Mattern posted on 2/14/19

So sorry for your loss. Love you, Mike & Monica

 

Mary Ellen Denomy posted on 2/14/19

Hugs across the miles family. All my love, Mary Ellen

 

Lisa Rodriguez-Nass posted on 2/14/19

I am grateful to have known Lucas and very sad to hear of is passing. He was very loved and taken care of, and it showed. You did right by him. Your family is in my prayers, and Lucas in my thoughts...

 

Steve & Tracy LaPointe - "the Hood" posted on 2/14/19

We are truly sorry for your loss. The loss of a child is heartbreaking. Our hearts ache for you and your family. Thoughts and prayers to all

 

Curt and Karrie Hulterstrum posted on 2/14/19

Like so many other complete strangers, we had to extend our condolences to your family for your, and so many other's, tragic loss. Mathew was a very special and honorable person. Mathew, thanks so much for your outstanding service to us and our country. Curt and Karrie Hulterstrum (Richfield, WI)

 

Richard Dickman posted on 2/14/19

Sorry to hear of Lucas' death. He was truly a blessed child having had parents and other caregivers who loved him dearly. The love he experienced here was a prelude to what he is experiencing now in the arms of God. Keeping you in thought and prayer...

 

Claire Kyte posted on 2/14/19

Nice Blog!! The content you have shared is very elaborative and informative. Thanks a lot for sharing such a great piece of knowledge with us.

 

Ms Allison posted on 2/14/19

Please except my deepest condolences in the loss of your precious love one. May you find comfort in knowing that your dear one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about him and bring him back again. John 5:28, 29 gives this assurance.

 

 

Mary Halase posted on 2/14/19

Debbie it was always a pleasure working with you .May you ve at peace now and no more pain and suffering

 

Barb Thomas posted on 2/13/19

Out Hearts go out to Caroline, Kent and All of Matthew 's Family. He will never leave you or Kent. His arms will always be around you, saying "I 'm right here walking with you in every step you take, I will never leave you" . Every time things get tough Do I you, Caroline, just look up in the Sky and find the Brightest Star twinkling down on you and that will be Matt saying, "Hi Honey, I'm here for you and you will do the right thing. The Love You had for Matt will never leave you. After 45yrs, I still have the same Love for my husband that I had from the Day I first met him. Our thoughts and Prayers to you, Kent and All your fsmily. Peace be with you.

 

Dennis & Cheryl Kuyoth posted on 2/13/19

May God lift you up and help you through this sorrowful time. Our deepest sympathy to the Hilgemann family. Prayers sent.

 

Richard Brock posted on 2/13/19

Mike and I went to high school and college together. We helped each other study for those awful history exams, for which neither of us were well suited. Our moms knew each other well, although our families were not close. We lived pretty far apart by the standards of those days. Mike was a big kid and a good athlete… very smooth. On the other hand, I was younger than most, super-skinny and a very late developer. Mike was on the basketball team and I was last to be picked in gym class for half-court basketball games. Whenever I got the ball, two or three guys would pounce on me in the full knowledge that I would dribble off my toe, let the ball get popped from my hands or travel. I had to rebound because no one would ever pass the ball to me. I couldn’t blame them. Yet, I loved to play any competitive game. One day in senior gym, Mike was on the opposing team and I somehow got the ball near the free throw line. In typical fashion, I saw Mike coming for me and as I tried to be quicker in my dribbling, I actually became slower. In my mind, my fate was predetermined. Panic had set in, and it was just a matter of a second or two and I’d be embarrassed again by losing the ball. This time, however, Mike stayed in front of me in a defensive position without actually going for the ball. He looked me in the eye and said very calmly, “Dick, just relax.” He backed off a half step and that let me pass the ball without it getting intercepted. Those of you who went to WHS know how brutal and competitive sports were. When it came to winning, there was no such thing as an act of kindness. Yet that’s exactly what Mike gave me; an act of kindness. I remember that moment like it was yesterday. In fact, it changed my life. I became much better at basketball as well as other sports. I played basketball in leagues for more than 10 years after I moved to SoCal until I messed up my knee. By now, I had gained some height, put on some weight and was actually being picked first in pick-up games because I could usually get the rebound and pass it to the shooters. Every time I got the ball, I said to my self, “Dick, just relax.” All sport is a metaphor for real life. I had my own business since 1969, and when a deal would start falling apart or a client became upset I said to myself, “Dick, just relax.” Those three words have been gold! As I had moved to SoCal right after Carroll College, I hadn’t communicated with Mike since graduation. Thankfully, Ron Gamber and Gary Siedschlag convinced me to attend our 50th 1962 Class Reunion (the only one I’ve ever attended), and Mike was there. The morning after the reunion, Mike, Gary and I had breakfast together before joining others for brunch. Before Gary arrived, I was able to tell Mike the above story and to thank him for his kindness and let him know what a difference he had made in my life. Of course, he didn’t remember helping me out. It wasn’t a big deal to him at all at the time. But I remembered, and being able to thank him after all those years gave me great joy, and I hope it did the same for him. Mike was a wonderful person. With deepest condolences to Mike’s family, Dick Brock

 

Tenille (Dziewa) Minnix and Family posted on 2/13/19

Thank-you Matt for your dedication to our Country & your services with the MPD in making this world a better place! You died a hero and will always be remembered. My thoughts and prayers are with Caroline, Kent and family during this difficult time.

 

 

Anita Meuche posted on 2/13/19

Thinking of you and your family. With love, Anita

 

Anita Meuche posted on 2/13/19

So sorry for your loss Sue. May your memories carry you through this trying time.

 

Tracy posted on 2/13/19

I am so sorry for the loss of Matthew to his family and friends. His service to the community was appreciated and was an honor to have him serve.

 

Ashley Onkels posted on 2/13/19

I'll always remember Derek's sweet smile that lit up the room! I had the honor of trimming his awesome hair and getting to meet him and see that beautiful smile. Ashley and Justin are the best parents and made a beautiful, smiley sweet little one. He is in my heart. My prayers are with Derek's family in this sad time.

 

Ashley Onkels posted on 2/13/19

I'll always remember Derek's sweet smile that lit up the room! I had the honor of trimming his awesome hair and getting to meet him and see that beautiful smile. Ashley and Justin are the best parents and made a beautiful, smiley sweet little one. He will be in my heart. My prayers are with Derek's family in this sad time.

 

Deb Timmons and Ted Ingman Jr posted on 2/13/19

Thinking of you

 

Deb Timmons and Ted Ingman Jr posted on 2/13/19

Thinking of you....

 

 

rudolph j loehndorf posted on 2/13/19

mathew rittner was the nicest person i have ever meet ,he was like a brother to me i will miss him a lot mathew rest in peace now.

 

doula zaharopoulos posted on 2/13/19

Condolences to the family of my loving Nouno. I still have the original cross he bought for my baptism in 1962. May his memory be eternal.

 

 

Kathy Vana posted on 2/13/19

You will be missed

 

Susan Elster posted on 2/13/19

I am at a loss for words. My heartfelt condolences to Caroline and family. Matthew will never be forgotten, he is now a guardian angel. God bless you and thank you for your service, always.

 

Beth and Dave posted on 2/13/19

Tom and family. Our hearts go out you during this sad time. We know your faith will bring you comfort and ease your sorrow. All our love, Dave and Beth

 

 

Tammy posted on 2/13/19

We have a another angel happy birthday

 

 

Tammy Borchert posted on 2/13/19

We have a another angel happy birthday

 

 

Carol Allison posted on 2/13/19

RIP Mathew . OrYers to you and your family. I do not know you but I feel I do. Thank you for everything you have done in this world and now your job is done in earth .

 

joan Gancarcik posted on 2/13/19

prayers for matthews wife. family. child marine friends may they be beside you and help you in the difficult days months and years ahead RIP you job is done

 

Janelle Herro posted on 2/13/19

My deepest sympathy on the loss of Terri. May God grant all of your strength at this difficult time.

 

Larry Ervin posted on 2/13/19

To the family of Terri Holt, I just have this little note I want to share with all of you in this difficult time of sorrow and it goes like this: God saw Terri getting tired,and a cure was not to be,So he put his arms around her and said "Come with me".So with tearful eyes,you all have watched her suffer,and slowly watched her fade away.Although we all loved her dearly,we could not make her stay. Her heart of gold stopped beating,and as her hardworking are put to rest,God broke our hearts,to prove to us,he only takes the best on which Terri was to all of us.So keep your heads up high and never be stressed and be blessed and remember she at peace and is with the best of the best. God Bless you all !!!!! I'll miss one of best friends at work as well and I know she is at peace and no longer hurting or suffering anymore.I'll never forget you Terri.The talks,that awesome smile ,hugs,and laughs,etc. and thanks for the hug when you came up to work for the visit.I'll miss my friend.Till we meet again my friend,all I have to say now is "Goodbye My Buddy and Co-Worker. I love you and I will miss you a ton!!!! Your Buddy, Larry Ervin ([email protected] Old Republic )

 

David Cousins posted on 2/13/19

My thoughts and prayers are will of you. I was very sad to hear about Matt's death.

 

Linda Koch posted on 2/13/19

Maggie and Charlie! I will always picture your mom with a smile and with a flip of her head , a chuckle! My heart goes out to you as you grieve her presence among you. You are in our prayers. Linda Koch

 

Cherrie Christel posted on 2/13/19

My prayers to you Caroline . I’m so sorry for your loss. May God be w you and your family now and forever.

 

Sandra White posted on 2/13/19

Thank you for your service.

 

Jean Hodge posted on 2/13/19

Everyone at General Parts was very lucky to have worked with Mike. When he would stop by the office after his retirement we always asked him to "come out of retirement." He will truly be missed.

 

Jean Deemer posted on 2/13/19

Larry, please accept my condolences. Lyn and I were in high school friends but lost track of each other when she moved out west. It's been just a few years that we were reacquainted by chance. Lyn was always making something special for her friends. Lyn, say hi to Jesus for me!!

 

 

Sandra Adams posted on 2/13/19

HBD Job Well Done Thank You for your Service Amen

 

Dustin Liptak posted on 2/13/19

Thanks for everything you did for this country and Milwaukee county Rest in Paradise

 

 

Christine Meyer posted on 2/13/19

Thank you for your service. May you rest in peace.

 

 

Justin & Brenda Lee Holmes posted on 2/13/19

We never had the pleasure to meet Officer Rittner. We just want to convey our condolences to his family & friends and to everyone else who mourns him. We mormurn with you. He was the epitome of a patriot who served his country and community. We very much appreciate his service to all. May all of the best memories of him comfort you during this very difficult time.

 

Mike Barth posted on 2/13/19

I am sorry sorry...

 

Roula Carter (Patrinou) posted on 2/13/19

For you my dear cousin Dennis I go down memory lane when we were playing together as toddlers in your parents' balcony. We did not have much contact in recent years but I shall remember you with fondness. Sincere condolences to all your family. Roula Csrter (Patrinou)

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 2/13/19

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Margaret's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Elizabeth Moberg-Wolff MD posted on 2/13/19

I am grateful to have known Lucas and your family. You loved him well!! I"m sorry for the abrupt loss of his presence in your family.

 

Claudia Jenswold posted on 2/13/19

What a gift it was for us to know you!

 

Menasha Police Department posted on 2/13/19

Your legacy will always be remembered. Rest easy brother, we will take it from here.

 

 

Linda and Sami Rogers posted on 2/12/19

Rest now with the Angels Debbie, we love you

 

Beth-marie Kurtz posted on 2/12/19

Without question, Kim was "Wonder Woman!" I would sometimes call her that when I'd see her running around in the summer, tease her about her incredible ability to "do it all." Boy, did she help to keep those Recreation SREC and Camp programs chugging along! From the Girls of Summer softball program to the Run Back to School, she shared her time generously -- and her cheers and laughs were always the loudest. She always just wanted to help and gave purely, genuinely from her heart. Her smile, laugh, energy were so contagious! (Kinda like Tigger, I think.) She was a warrior and superhero in the best and truest sense. You will be missed, "Wonder Woman!"

 

Peggy Sitter posted on 2/12/19

Mike always greeted everyone with a smile at the weekly Blackshirt breakfast. He was interested in everyone. Mike will be missed.

 

 

Sherry Nagel posted on 2/12/19

Rest In Peace Dear Debbie

 

Anthony E Lemke posted on 2/12/19

As a retired MPD Officer/Supervisor, I cannot fathom the grief that you must be feeling. While working, I have only had to deal with a few MPD duty-deaths and from a personal perspective, they were horrible. And they take a toll on the brotherhood as a whole. May God's blessing be with you and you family not only today, but for your entire life.

 

Kathy Zastrow posted on 2/12/19

To Officer Matt's family- I could search forever and never find the words that will even come close to explaining my gratitude for Officer Matt. I wish I could hug all of the pain and sorrow away. Please know and always remember, there are so many people in this community and country that are eternally grateful for his courage and bravery. May you always be surrounded and comforted with the beautiful stories and memories. From the bottom of my heart, Thank you for sharing this young man with all of us.

 

Judy Anderson Mayer posted on 2/12/19

Truly sorry for your loss.

 

Mark Burkhardt posted on 2/12/19

Lynda was my cousin. When my mother Virginia had to move to a nursing facility, Lynda came down to Rockford to assist my father with this transition. She spent a great deal of her time to help both of my parents. I am in her debt for her all of her generous help. May the good Lord bless her family in this time.

 

darrel nuland posted on 2/12/19

great memories of playing baseball with Mike and brother Terry for dad coach Rip. Riding in Chevy convertible.

 

Dennis and Jill Haupt posted on 2/12/19

We are deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. Our condolences. Thank you for your service and dedication Matthew. May you rest in eternal peace.

 

Peggy Promer VanderMolen posted on 2/12/19

So sorry to hear about Mike's death. I graduated also in the class of '62 and my husband graduated from Carroll which is where I met him. My condolences to his family and friends.

 

Coach Luther posted on 2/12/19

Mike was a dear friend. We would sit next to each other at all the Blackshirt breakfast mornings. In high school we were a team when I raced hydroplanes. We played together on the Biewers Shoes hardball team which his dad, Rip coached. I will truly miss this classmate and friend. My prayers go out to his entire family. ~ RIP Mike ~ We will meet again..........Coach Luther

 

Barbara Viel posted on 2/12/19

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Judy Daniel posted on 2/12/19

We cannot leave a message for Matthew, but God will tell him how much we appreciated his service to us all! We leave a message for Matthew's family, we cannot know the heartache you are feeling, but you gave us all the hardest gift of all, your son, husband, daddy! We thank you! We have you all lifted up to God for comfort!

 

marisa de angelis posted on 2/12/19

Sorry for your loss .

 

Marisa posted on 2/12/19

Sorry for your loss .

 

Susan (Kneser) Kearney posted on 2/12/19

I also lived at the Meadows when Tom did years ago...Such great memories...so sorry to hear of Tom’s sudden death..prayers for Tom and all of you.

 

Cheryl Gertsch posted on 2/12/19

I lived at the Meadows apts at the same time Tom did. We had such good times together and stayed in touch over the years after we all moved out. His smile and sense of humor will be so missed. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Jim & Patty DeJong posted on 2/12/19

How we enjoyed our friendship with Adair. When we had our one and only litter of bulldog puppies, she was a lifesaver in getting us through the first couple of weeks. We were thrilled that she took one of our pups, Hap, and made him a champion. We have many wonderful memories of time with her. God bless you Adair!

 

Genelle Missurelli posted on 2/12/19

To Officer Matthew Rittner, Thank you for your service and for protecting the citizens of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I hope you rest in eternal peace! I will pray for your family, especially for your wife, son, and your dog. The little time, you spent on earth being there for others, you touched so many lives, and you will never be forgotten.

 

Kevin Kryven posted on 2/12/19

It's really too bad that he didn't drop dead before he could get out of dental school and cost his patients their teeth.

 

Kevin Kryven posted on 2/12/19

It's really too bad that this idiot didn't drop dead before he could get out of dental school and cost his patients their teeth.

 

 

Jonathan Schubert posted on 2/11/19

Thank you for your service May you Rest In Peace

 

 

Kim Kowalczyk posted on 2/11/19

To the Rittner family, I send my deepest condolences to all of you. Caroline, I send you and your son my prayers and love during this difficult time . Matthew, thank you for your services to the community and country. RIP and God Bless

 

Tom posted on 2/11/19

Your an awesome person Matt Im glad i got to know you in my younger years. Your a wonderful human being. Rest in peace.

 

Bridget Mehringer posted on 2/11/19

You have our deepest sympathies. I am a mother of a son and I can only imagine the pain your family is going through at this time. Your son was very brave to have served in the military and been overseas three times and come back to serve the city of Milwaukee as a police officer. What a brave child you raised. I know you will miss him tremendously. He will now be your angel in heaven watching you and protecting you from up above. May God wrap his loving arms around all that are suffering this terrible loss of someone so young and brave. It has been said that only the good die young. In the case of your loving son, these words are so true. Take Care.

 

Cathy Selerski posted on 2/11/19

Steve I am so sorry for your loss. I am sorry I couldn't attend the funeral. I bet it was beautiful

 

Rebecca Jones posted on 2/11/19

I am a mother of a Deputy Sheriff. You are living my worst nightmare. My prayers are with your family both blue and blood. I pray for God to wrap his arms around you and bring you some comfort and peace during this time. May you remember all the good times you had with him as well as all of the wonderful things he did. Rest easy Hero your brothers and sisters will take it from here.

 

 

Leslie Burzynski posted on 2/11/19

Thank you for your service!. RIP

 

Jane Stremlow posted on 2/11/19

May you find kindness to warm you, sympathy to comfort you, and cherished memories to bring peace to your heart.

 

Linda posted on 2/11/19

My thoughts, heart and prayers go out to Officer Matthew Rittner's friends, blue and blood families.

 

Beth Bertram posted on 2/11/19

I am so very sorry for your loss.

 

Don & Karen Kenner, Grafton, WI posted on 2/11/19

Officer Matthew Rittner, God was ready to give you wings, but we weren't ready for you to have them. Your life was taken way too soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with your lovely wife and young son and your entire family. My husband was a first responder for years and we have a dear friend that is a member of the MPD. We always keep all first responders, no matter what they are part of.....in our thoughts & prayers. Rest in peace, dear Matt.

 

Cynthia J Miller posted on 2/11/19

God give your family the strength to deal with this terrible loss!

 

Mary posted on 2/11/19

I want to take the time to thank you for your services and may you Rest In Peace and my condolences to your wife son and family

 

 

Shelly Paasch posted on 2/11/19

Thank you for your service. Semper Fi.

 

Melissa E posted on 2/11/19

Thank you Matthew for the sacrifices you made every single day, and thank you for being the perfect example of the kind of human being we should all strive to be. You’re truly an inspiration. Your loss hurts deep; but the lord shall receive you, and you shall join all your brothers and sisters before you until we all meet again. My thoughts and prayers are with your wife, son and family every second.

 

Melissa E posted on 2/11/19

Thank you Matthew for the sacrifices you made every single day, and thank you for being the perfect example of the kind of human being we should all strive to be. You’re truly an inspiration. Your loss hurts deep; but the lord shall receive you, and you shall join all your brothers and sisters before you until we all meet again. My thoughts and prayers are with your wife, son and family every second. ❤️

 

Peter H. Schiller posted on 2/10/19

from a US ARMY VET [Viet Nam] 1962 -1964 and a retired Milwaukee County Deputy Sheriff [1974 - 1995] to express how deeply saddened we are. Be strong, and let your family MPD take you under their wings.

 

Pamela Rumsey, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin posted on 2/10/19

I was told when my son joined the Marines, that you are all forever brothers and sisters, always will be family. As a Marine Mom, I want to thank you for your service to our country and your actions in keeping us safe. I am proud to know that your were my son and daughter-in-law's brother. Semper Fi

 

 

Marc Lee Winnig posted on 2/10/19

So sorry for your loss.

 

Cartier Clark posted on 2/10/19

Rest in Peace, Officer Rittner. Stop the Violence.

 

Karen Lyle posted on 2/10/19

Adair was a wonderful person and always was a joy to be with. She always had a smile and something nice to say to everyone. She sure loved her Bulldogs, especially Calvin. I will miss seeing her at our Waukesha Kennel Club events.

 

 

Tina Perkofski and Captain Greg Hagenbucher Wausau Police-Retired posted on 2/10/19

Praying for you at this difficult time.

 

Tina Perkofski and Captain Greg Hagenbucher Wausau Police-Retired posted on 2/10/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Rittner's family at this very difficult.

 

lori raczynski posted on 2/10/19

to matthew 's family my heart goes out to you and especially to his wife and son all my Prayer's and may God Bless you my heart breaks for you also God Bless Lori

 

Pat Lisowski posted on 2/10/19

Rest In Peace Officer Rittner. All citizens love and respect your dedicated service in protecting our community. You will truly be missed by family, friends, and all of the lives you have touched. Patrick Lisowski and Family

 

Ken Pakulski ,Big BenD ,Wi. posted on 2/10/19

God Bless the " Men in Blue " . Matthew is with the all they guys and in the hands of all the others officers of the past. Also with the number #1 CHIEF (GOD). Will always be a member of the BLUE family. Ken Pakulski (son of 25 yr officer, Anthony #2)

 

Carol L Rollins posted on 2/10/19

I am a retired police officer. We feel his loss deeply as I'm sure his family and friends do. Please accept my condolences. May he rest in peace.

 

JIM GABRIEL posted on 2/10/19

Sorry for your lost. He was a great police officer. He will be deeply miss by the Milwaukee Police Department. RIP

 

 

Paulette Reynolds posted on 2/10/19

My prayers are with the family .

 

Linda P. posted on 2/10/19

Thoughts and prayers are with the family of their loss

 

 

Ann Stokman posted on 2/10/19

Sorry to hear of the loss

 

rudolph j loehndorf posted on 2/10/19

you were a beautiful young man ,my prayers go out to your wife and little boy thank you mathew for your service to the community your service was well appreciated rest in peace now mathew ,are prayers are with you and your family sweetheart rest in peace the loehndorf family.

 

 

Michael Ehlert posted on 2/9/19

THANK YOU!!!!

 

Serina Peter's of waukesha wi. posted on 2/9/19

Officer Matthew Rittner thank you so very much for your service. So saddened for your loss my thoughts and prayers go out to the family the Milwaukee police department and the community you served .

 

Bernie and Steve Dunne posted on 2/9/19

Thank you so much for your services Officer Rittner. You were taken so very early from a family and from friends that so love you. You will be greatly missed, We are terribly sadden by your loss and send our love and prayers to your families.

 

 

Bernie and Steve Dunne posted on 2/9/19

Thank you so much for your services Officer Rittner. You were taken so very early from a family and friends that so love you. You will be greatly missed

 

Kevin Grabowski, Lambda Iota 592 posted on 2/9/19

Tom was a great mentor and friend to me at Lambda Chi Alpha in Whitewater. He was like the on campus Dad to us all. I am 49 now and I still have so many great memories of him and his leadership. He knew when to raise you up and put you in your place when you were out of line. His tireless love and dedication for our local chapter and International chapter is so remarkable it is hard to put it into words. There would not be a chapter at Whitewater today without you Tom. You are now at peace old friend and your light will continue to shine through all of us that loved you. We will continue to light the lamp in your honor. The peace of the Lord be with the entire Boelk family at this difficult time.

 

Williams Family posted on 2/9/19

Our family would like to express our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Susie Anich. Words fail to capture the pain of losing a loved one, and death is truly a painful enemy to the human family. Please take comfort in 2 scriptures found in God’s Word the Bible. John 5:28,29 speaks of the resurrection, and Revelation 21:3,4 promises the time in the future when death and mourning will be no more. Our prayers are with you.

 

Nancy(Buetow) Kasch posted on 2/9/19

Dear Cousin, She always had a smile & great attitude. Fond memories of family gatherings.

 

Miguel A. Crespo posted on 2/9/19

My condolences to the Ibarra and Martin family for this great loss. My heart and prayers go out to all of you. May God in his mercy give Arturo, Veronica, and Izabelle the grace and strength to move on remembering Turin as one of the greatest blessings in their lives. He is with Christ now and forever in his grace. Peace of Christ be with all of you. Sincerely Señor Crespo STM

 

 

Kari Keske posted on 2/8/19

I remember the day I told you I was pregnant. Your reaction was exactly what I pictured... you cried and I had not seen you happier. And then getting the chance to see you hold her....just incredible! Love you grandma. Make sure to stick around!

 

Kammerer’s posted on 2/8/19

So sorry for your family’s loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers as always!!

 

Delaguila Family posted on 2/8/19

Prayers, love ❤️ and hugs to your entire family ❤️

 

Brian Grode posted on 2/8/19

We’re so very sorry to learn of Ann’s passing, may she Rest In Peace. Ruth, We’re sending prayers and Love to you and Angeline. Love you, Brian and Tony

 

Sandy Eads posted on 2/8/19

Your smile and wonderful conversations at church will truly be missed. Love having you as a friend.

 

J. Speed posted on 2/8/19

My condolences to the Family. Linda was a bright and spunky co-worker, that never let her circumstances limit her ability. May she rest in Peace!

 

 

James G Mulcahy posted on 2/8/19

Rest in Peace my friend.

 

Trina Reynolds posted on 2/8/19

I'm Praying for the Payton Family. May God bring you peace, and comfort to your heart, on the departure of your loved one. RIH Brother Payton!

 

 

Barbara Gates posted on 2/7/19

Prayers And Blessings To The Payton Family God Please Help Bro Payton Family Stand Stronger Then ever Together God Bless You Guys

 

Keith Vogel posted on 2/7/19

Art, my sincere condolences to you and your family on the loss of your beautiful little boy. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. May God provide comfort and strength.

 

Irene Vernon posted on 2/7/19

My dear cousin, Niovi, you will always be alive in my heart. Much Love to our Gerasimos. We have shared many happy family memories.

 

Dick and Joan Nowacki posted on 2/7/19

Accept our condolences for the loss of my cousin Joanie. She and I share the same name. Will always renmember her and will pray for the family. We are snowbirds in Florida till April 1. Pat, keep watch over Jack. God bless.

 

B.D. posted on 2/7/19

I’m so sorry about the loss of Linda. My deepest condolences goes out to the family. May “the God of tender mercies” comfort all of you during this time of sorrow. (2Cor.1:3,4)

 

 

Gina posted on 2/7/19

Vero y Arturo mis condolencias para ustedes en esta perdida tan irreparable!! Mis oraciones para el pequeño y para ustedes encuentren pronta resignación un abrazo

 

Marylou Mäder posted on 2/7/19

I am blessed to have wonderful memories of Adair. I hold them deep in my heart. Tod my heart felt condolences.

 

 

Cuco y Vicky Aldrete posted on 2/7/19

Arturo y Veronica no hay palabras para desirles cuanto lo sentimos por el dolor que estan pasando dios es el unico que les dara comsuelo ensu dolor

 

Cathy Velazquez posted on 2/7/19

Roxanna, my deepest sympathy on the loss of your nephew. I will be keeping your sister, family and you in prayer. May the peace of our Heavenly Father surround you and yours in the days ahead.

 

Kevin Gasper posted on 2/7/19

Adair was a person that could put a smile on your face no matter what kind of day you were having! She was full of life, and lived hers to the fullest! As a member of Waukesha Kennel Club, it was a thrill to always see her be so mobile, always getting her job done, as well as her explaining bulldog conformation. Adair has had a huge impact, not only for my life, but for the lives of many people. It breaks my heart that Adair has past but I know she's in a better place with her husband, her bulldogs and God. Thank you for your many years of love and encouragement to me in the dog community, as well as being someone I could just talk to as a friend!

 

Gertie OLSEN posted on 2/7/19

Our thoughts are with you! Enjoy your journey! I will miss you! We did have fun here together!

 

Jeff Horne posted on 2/7/19

Tom influenced many at Lambda Chi Alpha and his dedication was unmatched. He will be missed. Prayers to all in zax 551.

 

 

Vanessa Alvarado posted on 2/7/19

Art, Veronica and family. We want to express our deepest condolences. If there is anything we can do, please feel free to come on over. Our hearts go out to you guys. Your neighbors, Vanessa and Ricky

 

Bernie Gonzalez posted on 2/7/19

Thoughts and prayers for all the family.

 

Doris Ortiz posted on 2/7/19

My sinceres condolences.

 

Karyn Bryant posted on 2/7/19

Lyn was a mentor and a friend. We shared many adventures together while in the art therapy program and had many good visits in the years since. I am very sorry to miss the funeral. My heart wants to be there but jobs, kids and distance will keep me here.

 

Kim Marie Jackson posted on 2/7/19

Art- My prayers and thoughts are with you and your entire family! ((hugs))

 

Mrs. Wehr posted on 2/6/19

I am so sorry for the loss of Arturo! He was an amazing little boy full of love, curiosity, and talent! He had a gift for making people smile and laugh! He brought so much happiness to others! He had a heart of gold and will be missed so much! My deepest sympathy and prayers to your family! Arturo will always hold a special place in my heart!

 

Tammy Lemay posted on 2/6/19

So Sorry for your family's loss, Anna. Prayers for your family at this time for comfort and peace.

 

Karen Schommer posted on 2/6/19

Our Deepest sympathy on the loss of your beautiful son. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers every day and every night. We are asking God and all my favorite Saint, St. Joseph and Saint Anthony, to watch over you and your family during this incredibly difficult time.

 

Karina Salinas posted on 2/6/19

Nuestras oraciones para ustedes, que dios los llene de fortaleza. Lo sentimos mucho, nuestro mas sentido pésame. Abrazos.

 

Mary Thuemling posted on 2/6/19

Oh how I miss you dear friend!!!

 

Jessica Abendroth posted on 2/6/19

Uncle Fred, You will be dearly missed and I'm so sorry your gone. But your with Betty again and I hope you are dancing and happy again! I love you and will miss you more than you know. Love you forever! ❤

 

Lupe Silva and Luiz Saavedra posted on 2/6/19

Vero and Arturo so sorry to learn about the loss of your son. Please know that my thougts and prayers are with you. Que dios les brinde la fortaleza de superar esta gran perdida. May his little angel soul be resting in heaven. <3

 

Barbara Irwin posted on 2/6/19

I was totally shocked to hear Ron passed away. My heart felt sympathy goes out to the family and friends of Ron. Ron was a lot of fun to be around. He will be missed.

 

Jan Bilgen posted on 2/6/19

On behalf of the fraternity & sororities members at UW-Whitewater, I send our sincere condolences to Tom's family, friends and fraternity brothers. Tom was a dynamic man who made a significant impact on his chapter and the UWW Greek family. He was cherished and will be missed

 

Dennis Torkko posted on 2/6/19

Tom was my ultimate "Brother" from my days with Lambda Chi Alpha at UW-Whitewater. He led the fraternity though difficult days and contributed more than most will ever know to the long-term success of the fraternity. Enjoyed being with him at our recent reunion and will miss his kind thoughts and support. May he rest in peace.

 

Dan & Joan Casper posted on 2/6/19

Our sincere sympathy to all with LOVE

 

Dean Ditto posted on 2/6/19

Many years ago, in the mid 90's my Fraternity brothers and I would road-trip from Eastern Michigan University to U-W Whitewater for the annual 'Polar Plunge Party' A constant fixture of these experiences would be Tom, always there to welcome strangers with hospitality and brotherhood. His smile was infectious, his leadership of the Lambda Chi Chapter at Whitewater second to none. He always ensured we had a great time, while staying safe. Many years past, I can not recall the names of any of the brothers at Whitewater, but in our chapter reunions, Tom's name always came up as a great brother and example of prefect brotherly love. He will be missed, and the Brothers of Sigma Kappa Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha at Eastern Michigan University will toast in his name.

 

Kris Ruppin posted on 2/6/19

There are no words to express our deep sorrow for your loss. Sending prayers, love and Grace during this painful time. #village of St Matthias parish

 

Elvia, Layo, Jessica y Sara Fuentes-López posted on 2/6/19

Nuestro más sincero pésame. Que Diosito Santo les de la fortaleza que necesitan en este momento. Los acompañamos en su dolor.

 

Beth & Henry Gutwein posted on 2/6/19

Tom was a good-hearted, kind and friendly neighbor for nearly 37 years. He will be fondly remembered and sincerely missed in the neighborhood.

 

Erica and Paco Silva posted on 2/5/19

Arturo and Vero our deepest condolences on the loss of your son. Our hearts aches for your entire family. May his memories and God comfort you in these difficult times. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Jorge y Maria Zuniga posted on 2/5/19

Que en paz descanse.

 

Jeff posted on 2/5/19

Tom was a mentor, an advisor, a brother and a friend. Never did he miss an opportunity to highlight someones accomplishment or razz you in a good hearted way. The time and energy he devoted to a bunch of kids who thought we knew it all is a testament to his dedication. Tom had an effect on evrry man who walked through the doors of that house; even if they didnt know it at the time. I will always remember his selfless giving and his guidance. Tom was an example of what every man can aspire to be. I am glad i recently got to spend a whole day talking to Tom. Ill have that memory forever. In ZAX, Jeff "Gutter"Gutowski LI736

 

Jeff posted on 2/5/19

Tom was a mentor, an advisor, a brother and a friend. Never did he miss an opportunity to highlight someones accomplishment or raxx you in a good hearted way. The time and energy he devoted to a bunch of kids who thought we knew it all is a testament to his dedication. Tom had an effect on evrry man who walked through the doors of that house; even if they didnt know it at the time. I will always remember his selfless giving and his guidance. Tom was an ecample of what every man can aspire to be. I am glad i recently got to spend a whole day talking to Tom. Ill have that memory forever. In ZAX, Jeff "Gutter"Gutowski LI736

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

"Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning. And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life. This prophecy tells us that one day we will see our loved ones brought back to life in a new world! So please hold on to this hope and seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold.....

 

Veronica & Jorge Chavez-Fernandez posted on 2/5/19

Veronica and Arturo, our deepest condolences. I am so sorry, please know that our hearts and prayers are with you and your family. Our deepest condolences.

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

I know your pain is hard to deal with right now, the pain is unbearable to take,but we do have a hope to hold onto to at:(Reve. 21:4)"And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore the former things have passed away." This prophecy tells us that one day we will no longer have to worry about death and we will see our loved ones brought back to life in a new world! Isn't that amazing! I can't wait until that day arrives, so you hold onto this hope and seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold.....

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

When our loved ones leave us in death unexpectedly, the pain is unbearable. But we have a comfort to hold onto from God's Word the Bible at:(Isaiah 25:8)"He will swallow up death forever. And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away tears from all faces. This prophecy is telling us that we will no longer have to worry about dying, and we will see our loved ones brought back to life again in a new world! Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold.....

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

When a family member or close friend dies the pain can be unbearable. We feel helpless. But the Bible gives us real comfort here at: (Isaiah 25:8)"He will swallow up death forever. And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away tears from all faces. This prophecy tells us that one day very soon we will see our loved ones brought back to life in a new world! Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold.....

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

We are all prisoners of death unfortunately, there is no escape from it. But we do have a hope to hold onto from God's Word the Bible at:(Isaiah 26:19)"Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning. And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life." This prophecy tells us that one day very soon we will see our loved ones brought back to life in a new world! Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold.....

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

I know losing a loved one is a very hard time to deal with,I have lost my mother and a very close friend. But the way I make it through is grabbing hope from the Bible here at: (Isaiah 26:19)"Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning. And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life." This prophecy is telling us that one day very soon we will see our loved ones brought back to life in a new world! I can't wait until that day comes, and the same can happen for you if you seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold......

 

Carol San Agustin posted on 2/5/19

I was sorry to read that your husband died. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

Unfortunately, we are all prisoners of death, there is no escape. But there is a hope we can hold onto from God's Word the Bible at:(Isaiah 25:8)"He will swallow up death forever. And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces." This prophecy tells us that one day we will see our loved ones brought back to life in a new world, and there will be no more tears of pain. Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold....

 

 

Martin y Marta segura posted on 2/5/19

I am so sorry for your loss, our hearts are with you and your family.

 

Jim Mulcahy posted on 2/5/19

Rest in peace my friend. We shared classes and good times together over the many years. Glad we could share a beverage at the Brass Rail at homecoming this year. I could go on but let it be said you will be badly missed in this world. Mulchie LI226.

 

Al Dyon posted on 2/5/19

Tom you are the personification of a true brother in the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. You were a friend to all and the Brothers will always remember you and all you did for the Fraternity and the community. RIP old friend. Yours in ZAX Swizzle Lambda Iota 208

 

Deb Dunne posted on 2/5/19

My heart breaks for you and your family on the loss of your beautiful boy. My prayers are with you and may God give you strength. I'm so sorry.

 

Grady Crosby posted on 2/5/19

I will be praying for you and your family Art. I am so sorry for your loss. May God's comfort rest upon you.

 

Steve Korte posted on 2/5/19

My most sincere condolences to the Luksich Family. John was special in many ways ...simply put he was a wonderful, wonderful man. What i remember most was his calm and professionalism. When John spoke, you knew his words were well thought out and meaningful. He is special. My prayers are with you .

 

Diana Lirette posted on 2/5/19

To all of our children and grandchildren from Bob's wife Diana: Now he is gone, release him, let him go... His pain has disappeared and peace does flow. Please don't bind yourself to him with tears... Be thankful for your many beautiful years. He gave to you his love, but you can't guess... How much you gave to him in happiness. He thanks you for the love you've always shown, But now it's time he travels on alone. So grieve a while for him, if grieve you must... Then let your grief be comforted by trust. It's only a short time that you must part... So keep your memories within your heart. He won't be far away, for life goes on... So if you need him - call, and he will come. Thought you can't see or touch him, he'll be hear, And if you listen with your heart, you'll hear... All his love around you soft and clear. He's watched you since that day he had to go... The love that binds you still now clearly shows. He know's you'll need this love to get you through... He's proud he had a family sweet as you. Until you meet again on that bright shore... He'll always be here for you, that's for sure. And then, when you must come his way alone... He'll greet you with his smile and say... "Dear Family - Welcome Home ! " Remember - His Love is Forever No One Can Ever Take That Away All My Love - Mom/Gramma

 

 

Ivelisse Caro posted on 2/5/19

I miss you your friend Geraldo Jimenez

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

Losing our loved ones in death is a difficult time to endure. But we do have a hope to hold onto from God's Word the Bible here at: (Reve. 21:3,4)"And he will wipe every tear from their eyes and death will be no more, neither nor outcry nor pain be anymore the former things have passed away." This prophecy tells us that one day very soon we will no longer have to worry about death and we will see our loved ones brought back to life in a new world! Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold...

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

"When a family member or a close friend dies, our pain and grief can be unbearable. We feel helpless. There is nothing we can do to bring that person back to life. But the Bible gives us real comfort here at:(Isaiah25:8) "He will swallow up death forever, And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away tears from all faces. This prophecy tells us one day we will no longer have to worry about dying! We will see our loved ones brought back to life in a new world! Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold.....

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

Losing our loved ones young or old can be a rough time to endure. But we do have a hope to hold onto from God's Wrord the Bible at :(Isaiah 26:19) "Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning. And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life. This prophecy tells us that one day we will see our lovedones brought back to life in a new world! Isn't that amazing! So hold on to this loving provision from our God Jeehovah and seek him in order to see his promises unfold.....

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

Losing our loved ones and friends is a very hard time to deal with. We often feel helpless But we do have a hope to hold on to from God's Word the Bible here at (Isaiah 25:8) "He will swallow up death forever, And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces." This prophecy tells us that one day we will see our loved ones brought back to life in a new world! Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold...

 

Alan Sbravati posted on 2/5/19

More than a great colleague, John was a true professor to all of us. It was always a pleasure to work with him! He leaves a lot of nice memories with our group in Cargill.

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

Unfortunately, we are all prisoners of death, there is no escape. But we do have a hope to hold onto from God's Word the Bible at (Isaiah 26:19) "Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning. And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life." This prophecy tells us that one day very soon we will see our loved ones brought back to life in a new world! Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold......

 

nancy walters bilezikian posted on 2/5/19

Dear Billy and Brian and family My condolences with the sudden passing of your mother. I remember her quiet, sweet smile and disposition. It was nice to see her smile in her picture again. My deepest sympathies to you both and your family and the comfort of our faith that you will be together again.

 

Eloise Lozano posted on 2/5/19

Verónica and Arturo, our deepest condolences in this very difficult time. Que el Señor les de consuelo y siempre vivan todos los buenos momentos que tienen de su querido hijo. De parte de Chavela y Chava

 

Angel posted on 2/5/19

Heartfelt condolences to you all. And eternal thanks to MSgt Linskens for his generous service to our nation in keeping the rest of us free. From a grateful mom in northern WI.

 

CM posted on 2/5/19

When we lose our loved ones or friends in Death, we feel helpless. The pain is unbearable, but we have a hope to hold on to from God's Word the Bible here at: (Isaiah 26:19)"Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning. And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life." This prophecy tells us that one day very soon Jehovah God will bring our loved ones back to life." Can you imagine the time! Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold.....

 

Erica Steele posted on 2/5/19

Arturo y Veronica, my deepest condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. Your family and your baby boy will be in my thoughts and prayers. May you find strength and peace during this immensely difficult time. Un abrazo fuerte.

 

Juanita Soto-Iding and familia. posted on 2/5/19

Veronica y Arturo I offer you my support and love. There is nothing I can say that will ease your suffering but please know that your beautiful boy and your family will forever be in our prayers. May God give you strength and peace.

 

Jesus Torres posted on 2/5/19

Arturo y Veronica, mi mas sentido pesame por esta perdida...Mi familia ofrecera comuniones y oraciones por el descanso de su hijo, pero tambien por su pronta resignacion "No temas, porque yo estoy contigo; no te desalientes, porque yo soy tu Dios. Te fortaleceré, ciertamente te ayudaré, sí, te sostendré con la diestra de mi justicia." Is 41, 10

 

Pat posted on 2/5/19

Our deepest sympathy to all of you. Georgette was one of a kind in every positive way. She will be missed but now is at home in heaven. The Wallace’s

 

Raul Arredondo posted on 2/5/19

Les envío mi más sentido pésame. Dios ya lo tiene en su gloria. Y ya sabes que ahora, más que nunca, puedes contar con amistad. Estoy a tus ordenes para lo que se les ofrezca.

 

Sue Falsetti-Bree posted on 2/5/19

My deepest sympathies for your loss. My thoughts are and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time.

 

Marty Kadletz posted on 2/5/19

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayer are with you during this difficult time. May God Bless and heal your family.

 

Juanita Saavedra(Guera) posted on 2/5/19

My deepest condolences are with you and your family Arturo. That the Lord may give you strength to you and your family! God Bless

 

Alan posted on 2/5/19

#Respects

 

 

LECarmin Bunch posted on 2/4/19

My sincere condolence to THE BRAATZ FAMILY.

 

Familia Hernández Lozano posted on 2/4/19

Primos, no hay palabras para describir nuestro Dolor por Tú perdida, pero pedimos a Dios que les de fortaleza y resignación, con todo nuestro Corazón los acompañamos en su dolor. Omar Hdez. Y Familia.

 

Vee Wong posted on 2/4/19

My deepest condolences to you and your family, Art! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Sarah Schneider posted on 2/4/19

My family and I are deeply sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers.

 

Nancy Saavedra Castillo posted on 2/4/19

Mi más sentido pésame. Turo and Vero, my heart goes out to you and your family. You are all in my prayers.

 

Nazareth Saavedra posted on 2/4/19

We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your son. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

Chrissy Balboa posted on 2/4/19

My sincere condolences to you all, sending prayers and hugs to the whole family.

 

 

Isaac posted on 2/4/19

Our deepest condolences from the Solis-Hernandez Family

 

Diana Wellinghoff posted on 2/4/19

I am so very sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Amy Braun-Gross posted on 2/4/19

I am truly sorry for your loss Veronica and family.

 

Ron Matelski posted on 2/4/19

Judi and I offer our prayers and condolences to the entire Bednar family, but especially Georgia and Erica. We have been long term friends of the Bednars since the 1970's, and are shocked to hear about Randy's passing this evening. Know that our thoughts are with you.

 

Terri and Carl Garbers posted on 2/4/19

It is with sadness we give our condolences to Jeff and the Smidt family and extended family and friends. We pray that God’s Blessings give you strength, courage, and faith in what is yet to come. We pray that you find comfort in each other and know, Mary is within our hearts forever. I have known and worked with Mary for a long time. She was the only one that called me by my given name, “Theresa” and always smiled as she said it. She was a friend, a colleague, and will be missed greatly. When God needed to send someone, Mary never sat out. She touched the lives of so many. What a perfect plan God had for all of us, to have Mary in our lives. Whether too short we think, but so incredibly grateful to have known her at all. May God keep you in the palm of his hand and give you peace.

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 2/4/19

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Georgette's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Deron Hanson posted on 2/4/19

wish that we could be there-Randy will be missed.

 

Krissy Thome posted on 2/3/19

Arlene, Susie (peasley) & Krissy Thome would like to send our deepest condolences to your family. We all grew up with the Bednar family on Webster St, and many great memories.

 

Dom and Arlene LoPiccolo posted on 2/3/19

Georgia and Family, It is very hard to grasp the passing of Randy from this world to the next. We always believe there will be another day that we can talk and see that person in the future. I guess there are no guarantees in life. We recall our new neighbors moving in across the street on Wildlife Drive in Racine as it was yesterday, new neighbors from England is what we thought? We recall a small boy named Tony with a British accent, but we would soon learn our new neighbors were from Racine. Over the years we became good friends, saw the kids grow, had dinner together, talked outside in the Summer, played tennis once, I was a poor looser. Georgia was a good nurse, she helped bandage a surgical site that had become concerning to me, it was a little embarrassing, since the surgery was located on my well lets say an upper leg area, thank you Georgia. And then there was the time Erica caught her finger in the trunk of the car and Arlene came to the rescue after hearing her screaming. And there was the time Tony tried the trick of placing his tongue in Winter against the stop sign post and it became frozen to the pole, Dom to the rescue. Then there is Becky and Nora, we cannot forget you because you were wonderful also. Randy we will miss you, because you were a good friend, great neighbor, husband, father, grandfather and one great person I wish I could have told you in person. Georgia, we are in Florida at this time, our hearts and thoughts are with you in Wisconsin. We shall see you sometime in the near future, I promise. Dom and Arlene LoPiccolo

 

Darlene M Petri posted on 2/3/19

Patty Pollich, I am so sorry to read about your brother passing. If you need anything, please let me know. Sending you my prayers and heart felt condolences.

 

Judy Heilmann( Baulsir) Jan Massmunn(Baulsir) posted on 2/3/19

Our family enjoyed Lois especially when the ladies all got together playing Bunko. Sorry for your loss. Our mom Audrey was very fond of her. From the Baulsir twins Judy and Jan.

 

Tom Lizdas posted on 2/3/19

Randy became a very dear friend over fifty years. We knew each other sparingly in the sixties on the south side of Racine and then renewed when he joined Twin Disc in the mid-seventies. We then became doubles tennis partners, golfed together and enjoyed the company of each other’s family for several years. He always would reach out and stay in touch even though he and family were far away. It was great to have them settle back in Wisconsin. Randy was an extraordinary person. One of those guys that would excel at anything he attempted. I have many memories over the years that will remind me of his wit, humor and compassion and will miss him dearly.

 

domenico and marion zizzo posted on 2/3/19

I knew ann in high school and would see her times off brady st when you girls lived there. the family has our deepest sympathy. marion[lococo] dominic zizzo

 

Patricia Bachhuber posted on 2/3/19

I am so very saddened to learn of Randy's passing away. What a gentle and dear soul has been taken too soon from his beautiful family. I'm so sorry Georgia. I remember him giving his mother's eulogy. It was so characteristic of Randy; softly spoken, humble, honest and with great love. I'll always remember my cousin. The Barry family has another angel.

 

 

Rocco & Christine Todd posted on 2/3/19

We have known Ann, and her sisters Angie & Ruth, as friends for many years. Ann had a ready smile with a twinkle in her eyes when she spoke. She was a loving, caring soul to others, a great chef in the kitchen, a "hostess with the mostess," a great entertainer, who shared her musical talents with those lucky enough to enjoy listening. She loved traveling with her sisters, especially in Italy--they were so very proud of their Italian ancestry, and enjoyed sharing stories of their parents and family. She had an international flair and sense of style, so becoming to her personality and love of beautiful clothing. She was a faithful friend, a dedicated, long-time employee of Payne & Dolan, and always ready to extend her assistance to those who needed it. We will miss her very much and felt honored to call her friend. May God bless her soul, and grant peace and comfort to Angie and Ruth, her dear sisters.

 

Janice (Roehl) & Richard McKearn posted on 2/3/19

Bill -- Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Thoughts & prayers are with you.

 

James Bartz posted on 2/2/19

My thoughts and prayers go out to Randy and his entire family. With love and deepest sympathy, Cousin James

 

Steve Brown posted on 2/2/19

Bill & Brian My prayers & thoughts for you and your family

 

 

Butch and Kathy posted on 2/2/19

In memory of days gone by.

 

Chilian family posted on 2/2/19

Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. The bible assures us that our heavenly father is aware of our pain and he is near to the brokenhearted (Psalm 34:18). It also gives us the promise that there will be a resurrection and that God will bring an end to death once and for all (Revelation 21:4). It is our hope that the power of God’s Word will help to ease your sorrow as you cherish the loving memories you shared together.

 

Mark Glasser posted on 2/2/19

Randy was one of my best friends, ever. He had a great sense of humor and was always helpful, honest, and sincere to others. I am going to miss Randy so much and my thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends, asking for God's comfort and peace.

 

Letitia A Walker posted on 2/2/19

We will miss you Randy! What a trooper. Heaven has gained a Saint. Until we meet again your body has been made whole and your mind is sound. Hope your enjoying the angelic hosts singing right along with them. Love you so much!

 

Lynn Boelkow posted on 2/1/19

I am so sorry for your loss Jeffery. I’ve kept Mary in my daily prayers and I know now that God has her surrounded with his love.

 

Cindy Gwinn posted on 2/1/19

I knew Mary for many years and I remember so many little things that made her fun to be around. I remember sitting next to her st Prudential when we were both Claims Examiners, and she was pregnant with Andy. It is hard to grasp that she is physically gone but our memories of her will live on. RIP Mary.

 

Pat Huberty posted on 2/1/19

R.I.P. to one of my earliest childhood friends.....

 

Tracy DiMatteo posted on 2/1/19

I am deeply saddened by the loss of this amazing woman! Over the years Mary was my peer, boss, mentor, and friend. Mary never failed to lend an ear or support and I appreciated her sense of humor. My condolences to her family whom she was so very proud of! Mary will be missed and remembered fondly.

 

Tiffany Hill posted on 2/1/19

My condolences to the family you're definitely in my prayers, Mrs Smidt was REALLY an angel sent from GOD. I will never forget our conversations in the break room. You made sure you spoke each and every time you seen me. A Vice President but never let her role over shadow her heart. I'm going to miss you leading the Monthly meeting, your jokes and knowledge. I was hoping and praying you got better. You will be missed truly.

 

Brian Stauff posted on 2/1/19

An anonymous person wrote that people come into your life for a REASON, a SEASON or a LIFETIME. That they are there for the REASON you need them to be. That they are there for a SEASON, because your turn has come to share, grow or learn. They bring you an experience of peace or make you laugh. They may teach you something you have never done. They usually give you an unbelievable amount of joy. And, that LIFETIME relationships teach you lifetime lessons; things you must build upon. Your job is to accept the lesson, love the person, and put what you have learned to use in all other relationships and areas of your life. Robert J Zidar, Bob, was many things. He was Grandfather to 18; but any young child could see him as "Grampa". He was a father to more than he sired, and ‘devoted’ is too mild a word to describe him as a husband. He was a friend beyond pale. God gave him body nearly large enough to contain his personality. Bob could start a conversation, have a discussion or give a lecture; and, you never knew which it be until it ended. He had an unassailable desire to help. Bob’s life was a blend of playfulness and profundity with an insatiable desire to “know”. Bob was analytical, rash and compassionate, a true 'Tool Time Tim' with the burning desire to make it bigger, faster, better. He was published, an inventor and patent holder and helped set standards that do and will have impact on an industry and people’s lives and property for the better. His value to those around him can be summed by the admonition to just “Ask Bob". He held the positive attitude of “Yes, I can--and so can you!" God's award of good fortune allowed him the blessing of giving and allowed the miscues that come from constantly trying and doing to consistently morph into something better. (a new floor and appliances may never have happened were it not for his desire to have clean seatbelts!) Never my "boss" always my friend. Ever my mentor with the caveat "If things don't work out, I want to able to part friends." As always, Bob gets what he wants. Bob came to us for REASONS, stayed with us for a SEASON and has left us with an image for our LIFETIME. If anything in heaven can use improvement, God has called the right person. I pray to God, "take care of my FRIEND".

 

Ron & Jamie Goetschel posted on 2/1/19

My deepest sympathy Bob was a great boss and friend Love Always Ron & Jamie

 

 

Margie, Bryan, Walker and Hailey White posted on 2/1/19

We light this candle for you ‘Grandma Jane’ as we will miss you dearly. You were one of the first neighbors to great us when we moved in 22 years ago and so easy to talk to. You were always there to listen to Walker and Hailey’s stories on the patio, your door was always open with treats ready for the kids, had the most beautiful Christmas tree ornaments and the list goes on and on. You were simply one of the sweetest ladies we know. I will cherish all the stories and laughs over the years and will think of you as we walk through the gardens at the Boetanical gardens. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family, friends and loved ones. Until we meet again.

 

Wayne & Joanne Mayer posted on 2/1/19

Bill , Our deepest condolences to You & the rest of the Braatz family. Our thoughts & prayers are with you & the family during your time of sorrow. Carol will be deeply missed by us.

 

Natalys Alayeto posted on 2/1/19

They say to have a great organization, you must have a great leader. As the VP of UHC, you always exemplified that and much more. My heart aches, and i am devastated by the news. Thank you for the many talks we shared, your motivation and encouragement to push me to succeed, to reach for the top, continue my education, and how powerful it is to be a woman in leadership. UHC will always be a part of my family and you contributed to that. You will truly be missed Mary. May you rock the heavens with your kind soul and spirit. My sincerest condolences to the Smidt family.

 

The Cvetezar's posted on 2/1/19

We are so sorry for your loss, all of us at HMI in Manitowoc

 

 

The Cvetezar's posted on 2/1/19

HMI Family

 

 

Gail P. Gray posted on 2/1/19

To the family you are in my prayers and have my deepest condolences. Mary was a great leader, and has been and will be truly missed.

 

Dennis Reichart posted on 2/1/19

We are so sorry for your loss. There are fond memories of Bob in both business and recreational. Our deepest sympathy to the Zidar family.

 

Greg and John posted on 2/1/19

Here is to a man Bigger than life. We love and cherish all the fun times we had with you on your visits to Vegas. We will always remember you kindness and wiliness to help others at all times. We will always remember the great times we had together and the pictures we have of all of us together thru the years. We are all better people from knowing you and we THANK you for being you and caring for all the people around you. WE WILL ALL MISS YOU and look forward to seeing you again in the next world!!!!

 

B. D. posted on 2/1/19

I’m so sorry about the loss of Randall. My deepest condolences goes out to the family. May “the God of tender mercies” comfort you all during this time of sorrow. (2Cor.1:3,4)

 

B. D. posted on 2/1/19

I’m so sorry about the loss of Paul. My deepest condolences goes out to the family. May “the God of tender mercies” comfort you all during this time of sorrow. (2Cor.1:3,4)

 

Lilly Iniguez posted on 2/1/19

My deepest condolences to her family. I had the pleasure of working with Mary for 38 years. She was always a go getter. She was one of the most strongest, compassionate and caring person I know. She always made time if you needed her. She will be greatly missed.

 

Kathi Russ posted on 2/1/19

My sincerest sympathy goes out to Mary’s family. Mary taught me so much and supported me throughout my career. She will truly be missed.

 

Kathi Russ posted on 2/1/19

My sincerest sympathy to Mary’s family. Mary taught me so much and supported me throughout my career with United Healthcare. She will truly be missed.

 

Valerie Trudell posted on 2/1/19

An amazing person and an inspirational leader! Her actions always showed how she truly cared about the organization, staff and members! RIP Mary... you have been and will continue to be missed by so many!

 

 

Jackie McCorkle posted on 2/1/19

Those big Teddy Bear Hugs....priceless. True heart warming affection simply flowed so easily from this man. Knowing him was a blessing. Rest in peace Bob. Hugs always....xoxox

 

 

JOHN and DEBBI ROELANDTS posted on 2/1/19

Jeff and family: Our prayers and deepest sympathy to you all in the loss of your beloved Mary. May the memories you have somehow sustain you in your grief.

 

Virginia Lozier posted on 2/1/19

All my sympathy for your loss. Just remember Bob will always be watching over and listening to all of you.

 

Carmaleta Bowers posted on 1/31/19

I am sorry for your loss and pray for your strength. I worked with Mary and will miss her warm and compassionate spirit.

 

Linda Michaud posted on 1/31/19

To Mary's family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have worked with Mary for over 30 years and will remember her smile and kind words. She was always encouraging and bringing out the best in every one of us. She both challenged us, and nurtured us as our leader and co worker. May she rest in peace..she has left this world a better place, and I will never forget the impact she has had on me.

 

 

Cecilia posted on 1/31/19

Jeff and Mary's extended family, may the memories of all the great times be left with you and provide you comfort and peace to get through the days ahead. What a beautiful letter from Mary and how thoughtful of her to leave us with that.

 

Tanya Stewart posted on 1/31/19

Your kindness will never be forgotten..... sending love and a warm embrace to your family and friends who will also miss you dearly.

 

Judi Nash (Zernia) posted on 1/31/19

Have not seen Aunt Dorthy since I was a teenage girl. I remember her as being a very warm and sweet woman. So sorry for your loss.

 

Jean Fortner posted on 1/31/19

My sympathy to the Zidar family. I and my husband Al worked with Bob and family at Capital Speedway. Always a smile on his face and a willingness to help anyone. May he RIP.

 

Gary Zernia posted on 1/31/19

So sorry to hear of the loss of aunt Dorthy, so few of my aunts and uncles left, I remember her as a very strong and proud woman, condolences to the family for your loss.

 

Tom Diciaula posted on 1/31/19

My deepest sympathy.

 

Mark N. Bruce posted on 1/31/19

Mary - You did God's work in the way you cared about, dealt with, and served people. Your family will be resilient in time, bolstered by the love you gave them, the values you shared, and memories you created. I value the kindness and respect you showed me and the knowledge and insights you shared during our time together at Prudential and UnitedHealthcare. I trust now you can enjoy all the salt you want. But I suspect you no longer need lemons to flavor things. I have learned from you and I--there must be an applicable REO song title . . . ah, yes--I will "Keep the Fire Burnin'." I promise. I doubt you will rest . . . but I know you now have peace.

 

Joni Briski posted on 1/31/19

Rita always enjoyed the Oconomowoc Womans Club White Elephant Sale. I can still remember her laughter when she snagged a bargain. Also remember her smiling face at Associated Bank over the years. She will be missed.

 

The Kranich Family posted on 1/31/19

TO OUR BOB Six years ago John decided to drop the bomb. He picked up the phone in search of his mom. When the night came for the grand meeting, We met a wonderful lady and a man who gave us a warm greeting. You were very welcoming as you rolled out the rug. You made us feel like part of the family with a bear-like hug. A new son, daughter-in-law, not one grandson but two, A whole new family out of the blue. We quickly learned your favorite things, And all of which the joy they bring. The first and most important is your lovely wife. Without a doubt, Diana is the love of your life! Erin and Josh, Liz and Boo, All love you so much and think the world of you. Gracie and Gretta are your two favorite dogs, None cuter can be found in puppy catalogs. What great times you have during a visit from Millie, And with squeaky toys she makes you laugh silly. Repairing basements and driveways to make them last, Just as much fun as fixing up cars and driving real fast. Brandy and diet is your drink of choice by far, The Phoenix and Snickers are your two favorite bars. Jamaica and Vegas are your two vacation places, The sun, slots and lemon drops bring smiles to your faces. You are a big man with an even bigger heart, You make our families so happy of which you are a cherished part. To you Bob, we all love you so much and the things that you do, You Bob, YOU are the GLUE!

 

Rob Julian and Family posted on 1/31/19

One of the my biggest blessings has been getting to know this impressive man over the past 20 years. His calm, thoughtful nature and intelligent wit only scratch the surface of his many admirable traits. When recently taking an inventory of who has meant the most on my journey, there were key family members as one might expect - and just a few others, Randy being one. We are still trying to process this news. To Georgia and family: Please accept our heartfelt condolences. To Randy: Enjoy heaven, my friend.

 

Concrete Raising Corp of Houston. posted on 1/31/19

May God give him eternal rest and the family the strength to bear the great pain. So sorry for your loss Diana

 

Rick Schlabowske posted on 1/31/19

I worked for Bob at Capital Super Speedway. A great promoter, racer and father. I never met a harder working man. My condolences to his family. RIP.

 

Ne'Cole Blocker posted on 1/31/19

My condolences to the Smidt family for your loss. A VP in title, but a friend in deed. I am so grateful for the time I spent under her leadership, she will be missed. Keeping you and your family in prayer.

 

Butch and Gayle Ziolecki posted on 1/31/19

Please accept our deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear Bob. I know he meant a lot to all of you.

 

Cindy Brossman posted on 1/31/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Mary for many, many years. She was a wonderful, fun, caring person and I feel lucky to have met her. She will be truly missed by many.

 

Kim Materna posted on 1/31/19

Dearest Jeff and Family, So very, very sorry for your loss. The courageous fighters are beyond imagination—Kim Materna

 

Lily Bembenek posted on 1/31/19

Note to Randy in Heaven: It’s hard to know that you had left this life of yours so soon. I always knew it was you who would call me because you would call me “Layla” and not Lily. I knew Layla had to be a name you really liked, and I was happy to know that one of your granddaughters was given that name when she was born. I enjoyed working for you and will always be grateful for your confidence in me. I hope you will find my good friend, Dan C, up there by you. He loved to play golf as much as you. The two of you should get along really well. Rest in peace Randy. - Lily “Layla”

 

Mary Ann Hull posted on 1/31/19

I am so sad to hear of Randy's passing. I worked indirectly for Randy at AOSmith within the IT department and can remember his gentle and kind way. Randy always had some wonderful stories to tell of his travels, his family and his friends. He has been missed around here by many since retiring. I'm sure he will be missed greatly by all of his friends and family. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time.

 

Michael and Sandy Goldmann posted on 1/31/19

Sandy and I were both saddened to hear about your loss. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Elaine Lemke posted on 1/31/19

Dear Steve, Linda and Sandy, So sorry to hear of your mothers passing. I pray that you will feel Gods peace and comfort, knowing she is home with the Lord.

 

Cheryl Mills-Guiellmo posted on 1/31/19

My condolences to the Smidt family for your loss. My prayers are with you all. Another angle was called home. R.I.P Mary!!

 

denise Linsinbigler posted on 1/31/19

Rest in Peace Mary, we will miss you!

 

Krause Funeral Homes posted on 1/31/19

Thank you so much for letting us know, Jaxon! It is truly our hope that this blog can be a source of help, advice, and encouragement for people in our community.

 

Steven Pederson posted on 1/31/19

Our hearts ache over this loss. Mary was such a kind, wonderful and decent person, that we wish the world had more like her. Oure deepest sympathy goes out to the entire family and all of Mary’s many friends. My youngest son, Trae, who is now 19, has fond memories as a young boy of those mutual airport pick up and drop off’s; Trae and Mary always sitting in the back seats, having entertaining and fun conversations between them. All our love. -Steve, Cindy, Elliot and Trae Pederson

 

Jim and Fay Hendricks posted on 1/31/19

Our deepest sympathies to the family. We have nothing but good memories of Bob.

 

Bonnie Guenther posted on 1/31/19

God heals the heartbroken and bandages their wounds. Psalm 147:3 Randy is in Jesus loving arms. So very sorry, I know you all will miss him!

 

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Theresa Custer posted on 1/30/19

Rita, you were a ray of sunshine to all of us. Your happiness and laughter were contagious. Thank you for touching our lives. We will miss you.

 

The Waldbillig Family Terry, Cindy, Abbey and Ben posted on 1/30/19

We are sad to hear of Tom's passing, but we know that he loved life and the outdoors and lived it to it's fullest when he was able to! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love from Terry, Cindy Abbey and Ben

 

 

The Berg Family posted on 1/30/19

In Memory of a very sweet, wonderful woman, full of Love, Joy, Knowledge, & Compassion.... Dearest Aunt Jane. You will be greatly missed by everyone that had the honor of knowing you. Forever in our hearts.

 

Jean and Denny Blackmore posted on 1/30/19

Georgia,Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Ann Barry posted on 1/30/19

Sending thoughts and prayers!

 

Dede Miller posted on 1/30/19

I would like to offer my condolences to the family. Mere words cannot express the grief that comes from losing a dear loved one to death. What can give us a measure of comfort is the Bibles promises of the day when sickness and death will be no more...and the wonderful hope of seeing our loved ones again on a paradise earth. Such words can hopefully help with the pain you all are experiencing at this time of sorrow. May the God (Psalms 83:18) of ALL comfort keep you enduring now and in the days to come. And may happy memories warm your hearts. – Revelation 21:3-5; 2 Corinthians 1:2-4, Isaiah 25:8, Acts 24:15, Psalms 37:10-11,29

 

 

Kay Roberts posted on 1/30/19

Such a big life for someone who was bigger than life. Rest In Peace Bob.... ~K & Jeff

 

Jimmy Boling posted on 1/30/19

Randy was a warm and friendly man. A true gentleman. I always looked forward to seeing he and Georgia and Molly every morning in the neighborhood. He will be missed.

 

 

Maureen Connolly posted on 1/30/19

My amazing friend is now with God. I have so many amazing memories with my beautiful friend. We shared the love of Harry Manks and I will always keep you in my heart and I will never forget the song “Don’t forget to miss me” I never will!!! Love you❤️❤️

 

 

Irish Hill blevins posted on 1/30/19

I met you and Diana 12 years ago in Jamaica, and every year since then have traveled to a warm sunny place, or gone to Las Vegas for one of your birthdays. I have so many wonderful memories. You have enriched my life in so many ways and I am so grateful to you both. I will miss you forever Bob. You lived life to the fullest, worked hard and played hard. I have albums full of amazing memories thanks to you. So glad you are free and painless my friend. May you RIP now and forever.

 

julie schmitt posted on 1/30/19

I will always remember working with Rita at Mcdonalds

 

 

Jim & Cheryl posted on 1/30/19

Bigger than life Bob....loved telling jokes, traveling with friends, lemon drop martinis and his family! You will be SO missed dear friend! Until we meet again......

 

Howard & Terri Ragsdale posted on 1/30/19

Mary positively touch all those she meet and brought smiles to our faces and joy to our lives. God Bless Mary and give comfort and strength to her family and friends.

 

Bob Stenberg posted on 1/30/19

Mary was a wonderful wife for 25 years and the best Mother to our Son Andy. She was way too young and full of life. So sad. The memories will live on forever and I'll be wishing to see her again in the afterlife.

 

Jack Bartz posted on 1/30/19

It is hard to believe that Randy has passed away at such a young age. I last saw and spoke with him at his mother’s funeral a couple of years back. I laughed when he told me about winning his Harley and then deciding to keep it. And then to ride it! My sincere condolences go out to all family members. Cousin Jack Bartz and wife Renee

 

Kimberly Krohn posted on 1/30/19

I did not know Randy as well as others but the times I did were always so sweet. He had a great smile and always asked about my family and me with sincere interest and care. I was also fortunate to part of the celebration of his mom's life, Helen where Randy gave the most beautiful eulogy as a tribute to his mom. Randy will always be remembered as a caring and loving man who thought of others before himself. I am so glad that I got to know him. My thoughts and prayers go out to his whole family during this time of sorrow.

 

Jim Fischer posted on 1/30/19

She was such a friendly person and what a square dancer!

 

Donna Jonasen posted on 1/30/19

Your mom and grandmother was an elegant, lovely woman! Her legacy is her beautiful family. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

April posted on 1/30/19

My deepest condolences to all the family. My heart hurts for you. I want thank Georgette for blessing us with her daughter Beth, as she is the sister I never had, and always needed. Your journey is finished, and you have found peace. The love for your family will continue...thru them, I pray. Rest well, and know how much you were loved.

 

Deborah L Strupp posted on 1/29/19

I’m so sorry to hear of the loss of dear Aunt Dorothy. I imagine her and mom are raising heck and catching up with their siblings, imagine that get together… My sympathy to the family.

 

Tacarra Ivy Whiteside posted on 1/29/19

On behalf of the Ivy family we keep you in our prayers! You guys are family and we thank you for sharing your mother with our family. We will keep you all lifted in prayers.

 

Laurie Lee posted on 1/29/19

Georgie you always put a smile on my face!! To you I was a Doctor. Lol and you loved my tuna casserole. Spending time with you on those days remain in my memory. You be good up there and keep shining bright as always. I’m so grateful I had the honor to know you❤️❤️❤️

 

Dorothy Burant Keck posted on 1/29/19

Marion was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother, caring sister, and cherished friend. We will always remember her lovingly.

 

Laurie Langhoff posted on 1/29/19

Andrea, Heidi and family, I am so sorry for your loss. May god grant you peace during this difficult time. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Cheryl Shea posted on 1/29/19

Rest in heaven mom!! God has received one of the worlds greatest angel's ever created. You will be sadly and deeply missed, but never, ever forgotten. Much love to you, Beth, Juli and your entire family. Always and forever.

 

[email protected] posted on 1/28/19

I just want to say how sorry I am to hear of the passing of Cloyee. My husband Steve and I have such fond memories of him in Hayward/Oakland California. I can still hear your laughter Atkins May GOD rest your soul and you be at external peace. “God Is Our Refuge And Strength” Psalms 46:1

 

Dean and Shirley posted on 1/28/19

God Bless you all.

 

Thomas Cornford posted on 1/28/19

My sympathy. He now has received his reward. Prayers for the family to find great comfort in this truth.

 

 

Kiwana S posted on 1/28/19

Sorry for your loss my prayers are with you and your family

 

Bill Hoffman posted on 1/28/19

My most sincere condolences to the family

 

 

Sue Dull posted on 1/28/19

You are not "gone" you're just away and we will meet again, I pray and I will cherish that day ♡

 

 

Sue Dull posted on 1/28/19

You are not "gone" you're just away and we will meet again one day ♡

 

 

Phil & Mary Kamrath posted on 1/28/19

RIP

 

ab posted on 1/28/19

I’m so sorry for the loss of your love one. I pray the God of comfort and tender mercies (Psalms 83:18kjv) and (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) will comfort your hearts while we await His Kingdom government that Revelation 21:4,5 says will end death and make all things new.

 

Keith R. Kirchner posted on 1/28/19

I remember when Dorothy first introduced my family to Cliff, her new boyfriend. He was a great guy who treated us kids with kindness and respect and when they got married we were always welcomed at the Falk house. They always kept plenty of cookies on hand and would let me steal a bunch from their cookie jar. Our families remained good friends and their daughter Lily was the flower girl at Carolyn and my wedding in 1967. We will miss them both but they will always live on in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 1/28/19

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Marian's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

 

janice jensen posted on 1/28/19

Janet and Jerry sorry for your loss.

 

Kat Savyannah posted on 1/28/19

My heart breaks for you. I loved hearing you talk about your husband, Roselle, with all the respect and love I could only imagine in a relationship. I knew you but just met Tom a few time, but admired you as a couple and a family. God's peace to you all.

 

Rennan & ILA David posted on 1/27/19

Our deepest condolences and prayers... May God provide you the love, comfort, and peace you need during this difficult time! We love you guys! ❤️ Jesus brings new life! John 3:16.

 

Michael, Lisa (Lucas) Primus and family posted on 1/27/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Mary Zernia-Best posted on 1/27/19

I was so sorry to hear about Aunt Dorothy’s passing. My deepest sympathy to Carole and family.

 

Judy Engeldinger posted on 1/27/19

I will always remember you as a very kind person. Your smile illuminated a room and when you smiled you had a special twinkle in your eyes. Thank you for touching my life.

 

Susan Brink posted on 1/27/19

We are so sorry to hear of the passing of our special Aunt Dorothy. She was beautiful inside and out and will be dearly missed by all if us who loved her. My deepest sympathy to Carole and family.

 

Toni Ruel posted on 1/27/19

Good morning, Dad. I was the Al-Anon speaker at an open meeting yesterday for the first time in my 30 years of recovery. My thanks to you and Mom for being positive role models for me to follow in this aspect of my life. I felt your presence during this experience. Thank you for letting me see your face, hear your voice and feel your touch, love and support throughout the evening. I love you, Toni Marie

 

Vicky Koch posted on 1/27/19

We are so sorry for your loss!! Hugs and prayers for all!! Love, John and Vicky Koch

 

ALISE DAWKINS posted on 1/26/19

Uncle Jeff will truly be missed. He always had a story to tell especially about the good ole' days with his mom/dad/siblings, growing up on their land, working before having to walk 2 miles to school (Dunbar), and other stuff. Two special memories of Uncle Jeff as a kid: 1) he took Shelvie's kids to State Fair Park and 2) he made us some wooded skates and a wooden skateboard. We were rough with toys, so they didn't last long but they were much appreciated. Jeff was very resourceful and always had an idea of creating something useful. I always tried to make him laugh because he sounded like Barney Rubbles from the Flintones. Jeff loved a good hardy chuckle. The more he laughed, the harder I did until tears fell from my eyes. I remember one time standing in front of him singing praises to Jehovah. I said, "Jeff you song your heart out" and his response was "you mean I was talking that song"....lol. Regardless, he sung/talked from his heart and Jehovah was pleased. Jeff was a spiritual man who looked to Jehovah for guidance through his son Jesus. He wishes all of his family and friends to come to know, continue to serve and return to Jehovah. The blessings foretold in the Bible from Jehovah gives every human the opportunity to draw close to him and gain everlasting, perfect, healthy life on Paradise earth, where sickness and death will be no more. Man and animals will reside in peace together again just as Adam and Eve enjoyed before they had sinned. As Jeff stated when we see him again in Paradise,, "he will run with the cheetahs" (in perfect, youthful health). Isiah Chapter 65 describes what Paradise will be like. It is not a dream! Paradise is "Just Around the Corner". https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&docid=1014225&srcid=share Your Niece, Alise Y. Dawkins

 

J.J. posted on 1/26/19

Bless you Angel. May you live in the Kingdom of Heaven with God's most innocent and precious gifts to man.

 

Dr. Ralf Schulz, Speyer, Germany posted on 1/26/19

Wer im Gedächtnis seiner Lieben lebt, der ist nicht tot, der ist nur fern; tot ist nur, wer vergessen wird. Geralds viel zu früher Abschied hat uns alle tief getroffen. Wir wünschen Ursel und Corrine viel Kraft, diesen Verlust zu verkraften. In behalf of the entire Schulz-Family from Germany. Aunt Brigitte, Uncle Fritz and Cousins Maren, Lisa and Ralf

 

 

Vivian Barry-Jamison posted on 1/26/19

I'll miss her kind words and sweet smile. Please know that I'll be praying for you and your family.

 

Larry and Barb Larsen posted on 1/26/19

Dear Nick Please accept our deepest condolences to you and your family. Your memories will comfort you and be in your heart forever. We were unable to be at the visitation but our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sincerely Larry and Barb Larsen

 

THOMAS HUNN & LEE HUNN posted on 1/26/19

Mom you will always be with us. Every time the bell rings our hearts are with you. We found the most beautiful golden/green jade bell and immediately felt your presence. It sits on a place of honor in our home. Please know our love will always be with you til the day God brings us together again. Your loving son Tim and Lee

 

Lesley Bergemann posted on 1/26/19

Praying for God to comfort the family and remind them of His promise of the heavenly reunion.

 

Shirley posted on 1/26/19

I’m sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathy to the family. May God comfort the family during this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4

 

Julie B. posted on 1/26/19

Dear Cyndi- Holding you close in my thoughts and wishing you comfort as you go through the loss of your beautiful mother.

 

 

The Edwards Family/Olympia Jackson posted on 1/26/19

Mother McCoy was a Beautiful Blessing to us !! We have such fond memories of her since she was my grandmother ‘s best friend (Mother Willie Edwards) Rest easy Beautiful queens job well done !! My Sincere Condolences to the family may God grant you Strength & Comfort during this most difficult time continuous prayers for you all she truly will be missed.

 

Bonnie Kay Gudlin Baldwin posted on 1/25/19

So many memories. I have missed you all in my life. Rest in peace my Godmother.

 

Tammy posted on 1/25/19

I was so shocked to see that MaryAnn had passed away. I knew her from Walgreens where she waited on me for years and from the Brookfield library where I worked and waited on her. She was such a nice person I will miss seeing her. My mom passed away 2 months ago so I know the pain you are feeling at this time, prayers to the whole family.

 

 

Kellie Hardee posted on 1/25/19

Chris my thoughts and prayers are with you. Julie had told me. You were their for us with our parents and we are here for you.

 

 

Frank Chris Miller posted on 1/25/19

Chris prayers be with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

 

Bob and Roxanne Hampton posted on 1/25/19

Chris you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers

 

 

Ashley Phillips posted on 1/25/19

Chris Julie has kept me updated how you are doing. I want you to know you are in my prayers.

 

Krause Funeral Homes posted on 1/25/19

Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Caden! We agree many of the advancements have been good for the families we serve.

 

 

Aaron & Caryl Solsud posted on 1/25/19

Aaron always liked and respected your dad so much...we have some good and happy memories of both your parents...we are thinking of you today and sorry we couldn’t attend the service...God speed old friend

 

Cynthia Tomich posted on 1/25/19

My mom was always there for me. She taught me so many things but most of all she helped me become the strong independent woman that I am today. I remember while growing up she would tell me how smart I was and that she was proud of me. She loved her family with her whole heart and was always willing to help them no matter what. Most of all she loved being a mom and would always tell me "Aren't you lucky to have that son of yours?" Yes mom, you were right, being a mom is the best job ever and I want to thank you for helping me see how important it is to be there for your kids. Family is everything. I love you mom. You are my guardian angel. xoxo

 

 

Jill luling posted on 1/25/19

Love you so mush. Miss you , you are now with your big sister. ❤️

 

 

Jill posted on 1/25/19

Love you so mush. Miss you , you are now with your big sister. ❤️

 

 

Diane Smith posted on 1/25/19

When I was informed of Shelly’s tragic passing, I could not believe it! Oh how my heart hurt for her entire family, friends, coworkers and anyone who had crossed paths with such hard working, smart, caring, wonderful, thoughtful and amazing woman. I worked at the FedEx Milwaukee Air Cargo Ramp and when Shelly was leaving to pursue her career in nursing, I walked up to her and said, “FedEx’s loss will definitely be any hospital’s gain because you will be an excellent nurse to all of the patients that you will care for.” I am certain that I was not the only person to tell her that. After reading all of the previous condolences from those who worked with her in the medical field, my words were validated. My heart goes out to you all, now and in the days ahead. Shelly will live on in the thoughts, memories, love, from her children and grandchildren, brothers, sisters, friends and so, so many others. May you all take comfort in knowing this. You have my deepest sympathies... Diane Smith (FedEx Retired)

 

 

Johnny Tedrow posted on 1/25/19

Chris you and your family are in my prayers.

 

Kim Schultz posted on 1/25/19

Prayers for the family. He was a nice man and I saw him often in church ushering.

 

Gracie Witherspoon posted on 1/25/19

Mrs. McCoy was a very extraordinary woman and my heart filled condolences go out to the family. I pray for your strength and your solidarity as you face this trying time.

 

Gracie Witherspoon posted on 1/25/19

My heartfelt condolences go out to the family. Mrs McCoy was an extraordinary woman and I pray for your strength and your solidarity to pull you through it's very trying time

 

Thomas Humble -Westerville North H.S. Ohio 1977 posted on 1/24/19

-The Brock Family; Our Heavenly Father God took the strength of a mountain,The majesty of a tree,The warmth of a summer sun,The calm of a quiet sea,The generous soul of nature,The comforting arm of night,The wisdom of the ages,The power of the eagles flight,The joy of a morning spring,The faith of a mustard seed,The patience of Eternity,The depth of a family need,Then the Heavenly Father God combined these qualities, when there was nothing more to add, He knew His masterpiece was complete and so, He called him your Love one. -John 14:6 Jesus said, “ I am the way and the truth and the Life. No one comes to the Heavenly Father except through me Jesus the Christ Messiah " In Deepest Sympathy

 

Jeanette M King posted on 1/24/19

Linda was my first cousin, her Mother and my Mother was sisters. Linda and her sister and brother use to come visit us on the farm in Neillsville. I was named after her Mother, Marie. My prayers and condolence to Linda's family!

 

Ernestine Goodman posted on 1/24/19

I’m so sorry for your loss and praying that The Lord will comfort the family. She was an amazing woman and will be missed.

 

 

Jackie & Felix posted on 1/24/19

Like a bird singing in the rain, Let grateful memories Survive in time of sorrow. -Robert L. Stevenson

 

 

Cynthia Barker/Barry posted on 1/24/19

I will forever miss your charm,wisdom, smile journey well. GOD bless your love one's I'm praying your strength in the Lord.

 

Percy E Eddie posted on 1/24/19

Kim , I'm going to miss you dearly especially hearing you say "DUDE"! rest well my friend and I will have a Mike's hard in your honor because I know it was your favorite. Rest Well my friend.

 

Pat G posted on 1/24/19

Offering condolences in the loss of your loved one. May Almighty God comfort you during the most stressful time.2Cor.1;3,4.

 

Pat G posted on 1/24/19

Offering deepest condolences in the loss of your loved one. May you find comfort and strength from Almighty God who will carry you through this most difficult time.2Cor.1:3,4.

 

Glenn and Marna Goodearle posted on 1/24/19

We are sorry for your loss. Our Condolences are sent your way remembering the family gatherings you had just across the street from our first home on 73rd. St. I know "Mom" was proud of all her children and the Grand children. It was nice to know her. Remember the importance of Family then and now.

 

 

Joe H posted on 1/24/19

Just thinking of you...

 

 

Joe posted on 1/24/19

Just thinking of you...

 

 

Christine Fountain posted on 1/23/19

Dearest Mom, I have been lucky enough to have had you in my life for 66 years. You have lived 93 years through all your/ours good times and bad. Your strength, wisdom and love has helped me become the person I am today. Thank you for always treating the 4 of us girls equally and fairly. You are always in my heart. You are now with your loving husband Carl. Love, thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Laurie J Schenk posted on 1/23/19

Dearest Mom, you will remain on my mind, in my heart and your light will shine strong within me forever. You can now be at peace, Dad has been waiting for you! My Love today, tomorrow and always; Laurie

 

Caden Dahl posted on 1/23/19

When I die, I want to be cremated. It is cool to see how technology has changed the funeral industry. Perhaps there will be new methods when I am to that age.

 

Hallie Sal Salina Catalina Tagliavia posted on 1/23/19

You were a hoot :) Part of Allcot family ♡ I love you! My girls love and respected you so much ♡ You were my cheerleader and I was yours during our treatments.. I am happy to have known you and can call you my friend ♡ God rest your soul ♡ u will be missed chicka♡ Love the Tagliavias

 

 

The Maier Family posted on 1/23/19

Many fond memories of Kim. She was our favorite volleyball official when were the coaches & players from St. Veronica’s. A great woman with a keen sense of humor. Since your condolences for the loss of your sister, auntie, and friend to all who knew her. We will keep her spirit alive and cherish the memories. Love, The entire Maier family - Gary, Joan, Jeni, Cindi, Kati & Phil

 

 

Julianne Kurlinski posted on 1/23/19

Klickety Klak - KK - K / I will miss you IMMENSELY - - - ALWAYS , I love ‘ya like a rock - like a BIG hunk of carbon!!!!

 

Joel Symons - Milwaukee Recreation posted on 1/23/19

Kim and I shared stories and conversation while waiting for busses to arrive on summer field trips. Kim was real! One story I remember was about our commonality of having hairy arms. We were waiting outside of Miller Park (Kim wouldn't co-sign on the name change btw) and Kim said she thought about shaving her arms but didn't because it's a piece of her dad. I smile when I think about that. Dude! You will be missed!!

 

Judy and Mike Ezzell posted on 1/23/19

We were privileged to know Wanita. She was the most gracious, loving, and beautiful woman inside and out. She loved the Lord with all of her heart, knowing someday she would be with him. We were part of her church family until we moved to Texas. Thank you for your Christ like example to the world. Mike and Judy Ezzell

 

Doulas Gall posted on 1/23/19

My condolences to the family. I was sitting next to Kim during the softball tournament when I heard of my Nephews passing. I shared with her my thoughts and my own battle and she told me about hers. Kim truly was special with the way she communicated with people and will be missed!

 

Emily Gareis posted on 1/23/19

Sending warming and healing hugs to you all - Know that he is now with so many other beautiful souls both 2 and 4 legged - wishing I could be there.

 

 

keith cordell posted on 1/23/19

chris, our hearts and prayer go out to to you and ron, may yall find peace and comfort in this time, godspeed my friends.

 

Tangela T. Jordan posted on 1/23/19

I will certainly miss Kim's every Summer office visit. I had the opportunity to work with Kim while she was both a paraprofessional and recreation staff, she was a very uplifting person. My deepest condolences to the Family.

 

Brian Hoffer, Milwaukee Recreation posted on 1/23/19

I am so sorry to hear this news. You have my deepest condolences. Kim was one of the nicest people I have ever met and one of my favorite coworkers. I will never forget Kim's wonderful sense of humor and extraordinary kindness. Kim will be greatly missed by many. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Janet posted on 1/23/19

Patti, Tony and Family. My deepest sympathies. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Laurie Kraemer posted on 1/23/19

Sincere condolences to Lisa, and all of Linda's family and friends. Thoughts and prayers are with you all as we remember our former neighbor -

 

Virginia Comfort posted on 1/23/19

Memory of my grandma.. Hmm there are so many. Most recent one is while she was in the nursing home. We would bring her from KFC... She loved her chicken legs. It would put this hug smile on her face.. So I knew every time I went to see her I had to bring her chicken from KFC... I love and miss her so much!! Til we meet again grams xoxo

 

 

Janice Sheppard posted on 1/23/19

Bryant, I am very sorry for the loss of your sister, the pain is very hard to deal with- i can honestly say i know your feeling, losing my brother and my mother-so painful. I am sending you prayers of strength to get through this difficult time in your life. May God give you strength to carry you through this.

 

Jean Nicks posted on 1/23/19

I will we were closer as a family Sad to lose you

 

Joseph Gaffke posted on 1/22/19

Such a caring soul and devoted friend. You have touched so many in your time. You will be fondly remembered and greatly missed. Love you Kim.

 

 

Jeanie Bedrosian posted on 1/22/19

Prayers and love to the Plieth family

 

Monica DiVenti posted on 1/22/19

Many blessings for the family - May he Rest In Peace.

 

John F Barrett posted on 1/22/19

I had the pleasure of working with her at Johnson Wax Waxdale plant. I was the 2nd shift Registered Nurse. I so looked forward to her visits at the medical center.

 

 

Thelma Roberson posted on 1/22/19

I worked with Kim for five years at Whitman. She was a JOY and a PAIN to work with, but mostly a JOY. I was just thinking of you the other day and today I find out you are gone. Rest in Peace, my friend

 

Kathy Kelley posted on 1/22/19

It saddens me to learn of Kim's passing. We worked together many years ago. She always was so proud of her family.

 

 

Mary Jo Grant posted on 1/22/19

Thinking of you all... May God's love give you strength...to endure ahead. Many prayers for you.

 

Kathy Pietrykowski posted on 1/22/19

Kim I will be forever grateful to you for getting me involved with SREC. Will miss your laugh and infectious smile. I hope your “upstairs” dancing with Tigger on a purple floor!! P.

 

 

Joyce & Bobby Gullett posted on 1/22/19

Sue & John, Sorry we will not be able to attend services for Aunt Pat. We are Praying for peace and comfort for all of you.

 

 

Julie Tedrow posted on 1/22/19

My Dear Friend Chris Fountain I am praying for you and your family at this difficult time. My thoughts are with you.

 

Terry Rasmussen posted on 1/22/19

Bev, you and your family are in my prayers for healing as you grieve the passing of Ken.

 

C. Belvey posted on 1/22/19

May the God of comfort, be your refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress. So sorry for the loss of Mr. Agnos. ( Psalms 46:1)

 

Annette Coenen posted on 1/21/19

On behalf of Everyone at Spancrete who knew and worked with Larry, Vern and Annette Coenen want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Even though we are separated from those we love for a time, we can take comfort in knowing that We Will Share God's Glory Together For Eternity! Sincerely, Annette and Vern Coenen

 

Annette Coenen posted on 1/21/19

Larry was a very kind, caring and involved co-worker for our Spancrete Drafting and Engineering Dept. He always had a smile and a "How ya do'in?" greeting when I had to ask him a question about a job.

 

 

Joanie T. from Vince Lombardi posted on 1/21/19

Kimbo..Always in our hearts.Thank -you for your many laughs and friendship. May this candle shine on Forever!

 

Kelly Ducharme posted on 1/21/19

Condolences to the Plieth Family.

 

 

Carole MacDonald posted on 1/21/19

Sending love and support to Mrs Plieth and Corrine

 

Sandy & John Zellmer posted on 1/21/19

Rosie added so much to this world in so many ways. She will be missed by many. Our sincere sympathy goes to Sally & Rosie's entire family.

 

Mary Ellen Zuther posted on 1/21/19

In memory of a life well-lived and shared. Rachel ("Owl"), remembering all of our great fishing, hiking, camping and four wheeling trips up North. Also, the times spent with you and your friends who you would bring to visit at my 40 acres. Your spirit will live on there forever and also in my heart … hoot, hoot …. Mary Ellen Zuther

 

Judith Olsen posted on 1/20/19

Best wishes for peace and strength to the Stannard family.

 

Eileen Bashel posted on 1/20/19

I met Sister Rachael through my sister-in-law, Jean Woodward, who went to nurses training with Rachael and was her dear friend. Rachael and I were the recipients of several vacations in Florida with Jean at her timeshare. Rachael was such a delightful, kind, and caring person. We so enjoyed all the times we spent together and corresponded with each other between visits as we live in Minnesota. We will miss her beautiful spirt and her treasured friendship. We know she will be dearly missed by all who knew her and were blessed with her kindness and loving spirit. Our sympathy and prayers are with Rachel’s family and her family of Sisters of the Divine Savior. Eileen Bashel and Jean Woodward

 

Harlan Weinberger posted on 1/20/19

I fondly remember Shelley from working with her at Milwaukee Mitchell (cargo area) airport. She was a delightfully beautiful & radiant, genuinely helpful person and just a good human being. I was appalled when hearing this news about her. I am truly saddened about her and your loss. I will always remember her very fondly with some great memories. I'm so sorry.

 

Bob Stocki posted on 1/20/19

I'm so sad to hear of Rosalie's passing. I fondly remember the Greco family from St. Ignatius, especially my classmate Patty. I send you my sincere condolences.

 

Paul W Vierck posted on 1/20/19

My highest condolences to the Block and Vierck families. From Cousin Paul W Vierck (son of Major Carl S. Vierck)

 

Paul W Vierck posted on 1/20/19

Shelly Scott

 

 

Anthony Prickette posted on 1/20/19

God bless the family of Uncle Bud

 

Karen B Rinaldi posted on 1/20/19

unser herzlichten Beileid Liebe Tante Ursula und Liebe Corrine......

 

Darlene Liston posted on 1/20/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

 

Chris Walsh posted on 1/20/19

Kathy, we will forever remember you, some of your crazy antics while on vacation make me smile and shake my head. You never minced words or your viewpoint with anyone which I appreciated. Our Ocean trips will not be the same without you! We love you dearly, Chris and Lee

 

 

Kris Voigt posted on 1/20/19

Dearest Friend Shelley We will always love you and miss you! Kris and Andy Voigt

 

Mary Ann Carroll, OP posted on 1/20/19

May you Rest In Peace Rachel. Thank you for your excellent ministry to everyone at St Mary Parish in Portage, WI

 

Carol Tucker posted on 1/19/19

Sally, my heart goes out to you and the rest of Rosie's family.

 

Paul Paulos posted on 1/19/19

Even in her eyes, I could still see the warmth, caring and fun I saw whenever I visited her. I really liked her .....R.I.P. Tina : ((

 

Helen Tsatsis posted on 1/19/19

Our deepest sympathy for all the family may his memory be eternal we shared many wonderful family occasions and he will be missed Sincerely Ceil and Helen

 

Susie & Gary Curtis posted on 1/19/19

Pat, We extend my deepest sympathies to you and your family. May the soul of your sister be at peace with our Heavenly Father. A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to heaven. RIP

 

 

Susan Dexter posted on 1/19/19

I will remember Rosie as a loyal and fun loving friend. She hosted great parties and always included a fun quiz and a prize. A sport fan, she would attend Brewers and Packer games in their shirts. There she was at the Packer game in her beautiful hat, and loyal to her Wisconsin teams as well.Farwell my FriendGod Speed!

 

Noel Sau Ping Hiemstra-Leung posted on 1/19/19

My deepest condolence to Milton and uncle Poy. I remember Rachel as a warm, social and care aunt which just few years older than me. May she rest in peace. My heart goes to her love ones. Milton, might you have an email address. Let me know. Me and my family in Hong Kong wish you a lot of strengthen to pass this hard time. Love & Peace

 

Alex and Angie Swetnam posted on 1/19/19

We are honored to have known Rosie and are deeply saddened by her loss.

 

Melinda Felts posted on 1/19/19

My dearest friend Shelley. You are a sister to me and part of our family. I have know you more than half of our lifetime. Your beautiful smile, wonderful personality, giving heart and joy for your kids is something that will live on in my heart. I miss you every day. I’m sure you already have on a pair of rubber gloves looking to clean something! Your energy was contagious. Your love was abundant. Watch over us my friend until we meet again.

 

Nicole Pyle posted on 1/19/19

I love you and miss you Aunt Shelley. I am always here for you Jill, Jimmy, and Kelley.

 

Jennifer Breitbach posted on 1/19/19

I have been missing your visits to the flower shop. You will forever be one of my favorite people in life. You were the type of woman I aspire to be. Strong, funny, so funny and full of love for others. I think of you often and will always remember to keep Mad Money on me. Thank you for all of the good times.

 

Donna & Glen Polzin posted on 1/19/19

Diane and family, I found memories of your mom, she was always so kind. We deeply sorry for lost and was glad to have the chance to visit her in the hospital. I will treasure that time. We are sorry we are not able to be with all of you this morning, our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Connie Curtis (DePas) posted on 1/19/19

Sister Rachel always showed love and respect to me and my kids . I was married to her nefew John and our two girls loved her very much and looked up to her

 

Thomas Delsart posted on 1/19/19

There are no words that can begin to express the sadness

 

Chilian family posted on 1/19/19

Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. The bible assures us that our heavenly father is aware of our pain and he is near to the brokenhearted (Psalm 34:18). It also gives us the promise that there will be a resurrection and that God will bring an end to death once and for all (Revelation 21:4). It is our hope that the power of God’s Word will help to ease your sorrow as you cherish the loving memories you shared together.

 

Kerry-Ann Taylor posted on 1/19/19

I am deeply sorry for this great loss. It is with great dismay that this happened. I pray that peace be extended for the family and that the remembrance of all of her blessed qualities are what envelopes you as the days pass by.

 

Samantha Wolfe posted on 1/19/19

Shelley, You were an amazing friend, co-worker, and nurse. I really enjoyed the time we spent working together over that last year at St. Mary's Hospital. It breaks my heart knowing that you had to leave us far too soon. Your smile, your voice, and your compassion for people is what I will always remember. Heaven is sure lucky to have gained such a wonderful soul. To Shelley's family: My deepest sympathies are with you all. May God give you peace during these tough times that lay ahead. God bless

 

Meg Gamero posted on 1/18/19

Thoughts and prayers with my Aunt Teri and my cousins. Sending you love and peace as we will all miss him.

 

Kiersten M Wilke posted on 1/18/19

Susan was, and is, the best and most beautiful person I ever got to know. I was given the gift of growing up around her for all of my years up to 2013. She was not only my grandma, but also a mother to me. I vowed since the day she left us to forever cherish and honor her name for the rest of my days. And I will do it with pride in my heart, as she was my home, and I could not have ever asked for a better person to have been in my life than her. My heart goes out to everyone who may be still struggling just as much as I still am since the day she passed.

 

Liz Cheek posted on 1/18/19

I am so sorry to hear about Kathy's death. We were close friends in high school and I loved all of her family, especially her mom. I will keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers. She was loved by so many.

 

Ellen Valicka posted on 1/18/19

Dear Sue, Greg and I send our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I know how difficult it was when my mom passed. Know that your mom will be in your memories forever. Sincerely, Ellen and Greg

 

 

Bill and Lynette Mayer posted on 1/18/19

Deepest sympathies, Kristina and Bob

 

Austine Duru posted on 1/18/19

Shelly will be greatly missed. She will be remembered by her colleagues as a "nurse's nurse". A shining light that was taken too soon. Our prayers are with Shelly's family.

 

Denise posted on 1/18/19

Jennie and I met in 1967. We both were members of a Girl Scout Mariner troop. Jennie was a hilariously sassy, smart-mouthed 13 year old that made quite an impression on me. We lost touch for a few years. In 1973, I was in an accident and hospitalized for weeks on St. Mary's orthopedic floor. In walks Jennie, in a nurses uniform and bedpan!!! Oh, we had a great time, laughing and reminiscing like two old ladies. She was just what the doctor ordered. We lost touch with each other, as many of us do but I never forgot her genuine kindness, caring and crazy humor at I time when I most needed it. I can only imagine the pain and sorrow her loved ones feel at the loss of Jennie. Isn't it funny how one person can make such a difference in another's life. I only wish that our paths would have crossed one more time so I could have told her how much her kindness and booming laughter made my miserable time bearable. Rest in peace crewmate.

 

Brian Jones “BJ” posted on 1/18/19

Shelly equals nice, sweet, kind, hardworking...the list could go on forever. I enjoyed my time working with you and partying with you at FedEx over the years. She was always smiling and just so helpful. My heart goes out to her family in this time of sorrow. Heaven gained the best angel.

 

Kathy Nyman posted on 1/18/19

To all of Shelley's family, My deepest sympathy to you. I so fondly remember Shelley's kindness! She always had a smile on her face. She so reminded me of her Mom...always so welcoming! My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.

 

Craig Peterson posted on 1/17/19

Shelley, you were a beautiful soul and one of the kindest, most compassionate people I've ever known. You will be missed by all who knew you and to whom you brought happiness. I will forever miss working with you at FedEx. May you rest in peace now and dwell in the House of the Lord.

 

Julie Hermanson posted on 1/17/19

So sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. So many great memories growing up with you all. Please know I am with you all in thoughts and prayers. Hug aunt Teri for me.

 

Vicki Woods posted on 1/17/19

Ken, and Family I am so sorry for your loss, you are all in my prayers. May God help you through this.

 

Cassey Peterson posted on 1/17/19

So sorry for your loss. I only worked with Shelly for a short time. She was very good at caring for people and had a big heart. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

 

Barry Grabow posted on 1/17/19

Aunt Bernice was one of the kindest people I have ever met. When I was in college in Milwaukee she would invite me to their house for Sunday dinner. It was really nice to get a home-cooked meal and spend time with family. Cindy still uses Bernice's recipe for Ambrosia at Thanksgiving. Aunt Bernice will be missed and my condolences to the family.

 

Tasos zinovis posted on 1/17/19

Ta silipitiriamou zoi se esas

 

Jorge perez posted on 1/17/19

Love you my peedy , miss you every day and can’t wait for us to meet again. Love you with all my heart and soul. Things haven’t been the same with out you. Watch over us mommy , and protect us R.I.P MOM

 

Kathy Warner posted on 1/17/19

Dear Cheryl and Family, I was very sorry to hear of your loss. My condolences to you and the family. It is always sad to lose your Mom. Kathy

 

Jon Hein posted on 1/17/19

Sue Sorry to hear of your mother's passing. My deepest sympathies. Hope you and your family are otherwise doing well

 

Barbara Thompson nee Adams posted on 1/17/19

My sympathy to Bonnie, Brett, Bruce and families. You probably do not remember me, but I babysat all of you many years ago. i visited your mom about a year before her passing. We shared so many happy memories. Again, my sympathy to all. Keeping you in my thought and prayers.

 

Liz Martin posted on 1/17/19

Shawn - though Scott and I never knew your kids, you and your family are always close to our hearts. I am so so saddened to hear this. We are sending you love, peace and prayers during this unimaginable time. Love to you and your family.

 

 

Steve and Julia Baldwin and Nancy Nygaard posted on 1/17/19

Sending our love to all of you--and remembering the joy, especially his wonderful win at a hula hoop contest many years ago at Stormonth. Wishing you peace.

 

 

Justin & Brenda Lee Holmes posted on 1/16/19

We light a candle in your memory as a symbol of love and support for your daughter Jill and her family. We pray that you have found peace and you will continue to protect Jill and Kelley and their families. For them, we wish that all of the best memories of you wrap them in warmth and comfort them during the difficult ebbs and flows of grief in the coming minutes, hours, weeks, days, months and years ahead. ♡ we send our love and our deepest condolences.

 

 

Jacquees Webster posted on 1/16/19

GUY SUCKS ASS AT CSGO

 

Spongebob posted on 1/16/19

my nigga dead lol

 

Ann Aurand posted on 1/16/19

To Shelley's family--May you find comfort in the joyful memories you have of Shelley. May the joy someday outweigh the sorrow. I will remember you as one of the most kind, patient, & genuine nurses I have ever worked alongside. Until we meet again, friend.

 

Gene R. Brunner posted on 1/16/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Larry Pernusch at this most difficult time. The Bereavement Ministry Blessed Savior Parish-Gene R. Brunner chairman

 

Lori (Hoffman) DiPietrantonio posted on 1/16/19

I have many fond memories of Mrs. Grabow. So sorry to hear of her passing. Deepest sympathy to the family.

 

 

LaTosha McGee posted on 1/16/19

Prayers to the family!! Rest in paradise

 

 

Theresa Seem posted on 1/16/19

You were a great friend to Peter, Garrett, and for that I will always remember you fondly. I am hopeful that your having positively touched so many lives will bring comfort to your family and friends.

 

Judy And Robb Heilmann. Jan and Bob mussmann posted on 1/16/19

Doris was a fun loving person. Our Mother , Audrey Baulsir enjoyed her company also. She especially enjoyed playing Bunko with us and activities. Sorry for your loss. From the Baulsir twins and their families.

 

Phil Ringo posted on 1/16/19

Chuck and I met at Harvard Business School in the 60s. He was smart, funny and a wicked touch football player. We have run into each other over the years and Chuck has never changed; always the wonderful, friendly and accomplished person I met so long ago. Sandy and I send our condolences to Cheryl and to Chuck's entire family. I will miss a good friend.

 

John Belle & Family posted on 1/16/19

I will miss Uncle Ken's stories of his cooking experiences in the Army and his work travels to New Zealand. Our condolences go out to my cousins; Janet and Bobby, and their families, and also to my late cousin Michael's family. Uncle Ken, Aunt Joan, and Michael will be missed.

 

Sue Stelter Kranz posted on 1/16/19

I was so sorry to see that Tom passed away. I have such great memories of him, in fact I can still picture him sitting on the floor about 3 feet from the TV on Packer Sundays cheering on the team, he is part of the reason I am now such a rabid Packer fan. My prayers to the entire family, especially Teri during this most difficult time.

 

Patricia Guzman posted on 1/16/19

Hi Bonnie, So sorry to see that your mom passed.

 

Ronald and Joanne Grochowski posted on 1/16/19

We will miss our very dear friend Catherine. Even though we now live in different states we still remained dear friends. We could talk for hours. But we have all our wonderful memories of when Sue, Sheryl and Bob spent many vacations together with our family. We shared so much of our lives. You have our sympathies. You have lost a great mother and grandmother and we have lost a great friend. But she will be with us always in our memories.

 

Phil Binder posted on 1/15/19

Shelly, I was so glad to have known you. you were such a great coworker and always there to pitch right in and give a helping hand... with a smile at that!! May our Heavenly Father welcome you home.

 

Cathy (Biskup) Peltier posted on 1/15/19

Willie, my sympathy for your loss.

 

The Rislov Family posted on 1/15/19

Our family is so deeply saddened to lose your presence on this earth. You treated us (like so many others) like family. I will never forget your kindness and love. Whenever you came near with that beautiful smile you lit us all up. You will be dearly missed.

 

Niedra North posted on 1/15/19

The volunteers and staff at Sherman Park/Northwest Interfaith Neighborhood Outreach program want to offer our condolences. Doris was a beacon of light and anyone visiting with her or taking her to her doctor appointments were touched by her. She will be greatly missed.

 

 

Angela and Rob Montoya posted on 1/15/19

Rest In Peace Aunt Shelley. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. We Love You.

 

Gary & Nancy Lusz posted on 1/15/19

We will always remember your kind heart, your smile and laugh and your willingness to always lend a helping hand. I know you are in loving arms and were greeted joyously by those who passed before you. Prayers for your family, friends and loved ones to heal from this tragedy. You will remain with us in our hearts and cherished memories.

 

Debbie Komassa posted on 1/15/19

Ken was a very active person all his life and I am sure well liked by all. He will be greatly missed. Only knew him a short time counting money at St James Church but know he has a lot of great memories and stories. His son Bob and Bob's wife Judy are very near to my heart and can't say enough good things about them and their family. My prayers are with you and your families. God Bless.

 

 

Jill Siemieniecki posted on 1/15/19

We light a candle in your memory as a symbol of love and support for your daughter Kelley from St Luke's South Shore Behavioral Health. May you shine down on her and share with her your peace.

 

Kerri Garant & Julie Strasser posted on 1/14/19

Auntie Shelley, you were truly an angel on earth. You made everyone feel special and were an amazing listener. You were the most hard-working and selfless person we have ever known. Your infectious laugh and beautiful smile are what we will miss the most...(Ok, your amazing desserts too). We will forever cherish the “guardian angel” charms you gave us this Christmas and take comfort in knowing you’re up in heaven watching over us all! We miss you and love you so much.

 

Keith Pamperin posted on 1/14/19

Ken was a long time dedicated Wisconsin Volunteer Hunter Education Instructor.Ken was very focused on mentoring youth conservation and Hunter safety. I enjoyed Ken’s quiet leadership on the Wisconsin Hunter Education Instructors Association and The Wisconsin Wildlife Federation Board of Directors! Rest In Peace my friend!

 

Mark & Kimber Block posted on 1/14/19

“Such An Amazing Sister “ You are truly missed but will always be in our hearts. Amazing, Positive and always helping someone with whatever they needed.

 

Deborah Parks posted on 1/14/19

Our Sweet Shelley, To know you is to love you and that is something that all of us did - love you. You have touched so many lives in your short time here. It's not about the dates that you arrived or when you left us, but how you lived each and every day. Always determined no matter what you were facing and forever with a smile, making all of us feel special. 20+ years together, started as friends and soon became family. The memories are my comfort now. I am so very grateful to have been blessed with your friendship and know that we will meet again. Forever changed by you .....

 

Debra Smith. posted on 1/14/19

Danny was always so kind and so heartfelt I was so impressed by his good nature. He was so observant of others and such a good listener. I am so privileged to have met him and will never forget our conversations. Debi.

 

Nohemi Palenske posted on 1/14/19

Shelley, what a blessing it was to have worked with you at SSM. You were an amazing nurse with one of biggest hearts. You were always there to lend a helping hand with a positive attitude and great big smile! Our weekend shift will not be the same without you. You are missed dearly Shelley. Heavan gained a beautiful angel!!

 

kathleen eineichner[Wurtz] posted on 1/14/19

I am so sorry for the loss of jerry he and i were best friends in school I have been looking to contact him for the past couple of years May all of you feel Gods love and blessings

 

Jeannie Davies posted on 1/14/19

Lisa, We are so sorry to hear about your brother and his grief journey. I have replied to your inquiry via email. If there is anything more we can help with - please call the funeral home at 414-464-4640.

 

Amy Heritsch posted on 1/14/19

Shelly was such an amazing person, always positive. She did my first two weeks of orientation at MKER, 17 years ago. Shelly was the very first smiling face that welcomed me to Fedex. Such a hardworking person, never had anything bad to say about anyone. I remember one time i got a piece of wood in my hand at work and didn't know what to do. So i ran into the front office to ask Shelly, instead of helping me, she sort of just kept poking at it and was telling me how cool it looked! It was a blessing to be able to know and work with Shelly for 7 years before she went to be a nurse. Heaven truly has gained an angel.

 

Jeffrey Lee Busarow posted on 1/14/19

What a Blessing it was to have Shelley in my work family at FedEx. You were incredible!

 

Ed and Judy Grabow posted on 1/14/19

May God's special blessings be with Bernice, now and forever. She was one of the nicest people who have ever lived, and we will miss her deeply.

 

Sandy and Larry Ratz (Miszewski) posted on 1/14/19

What a blessing to have known Shelley. Many childhood memories of her make me smile and laugh. She was the sweetest person who loved and cared for so many. Our prayer is that the Lord God would give her family peace, comfort, and strength along with loving memories of her during this very difficult time. Take care my friend, love you always.

 

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Jerry Knuth, Past President - WiWF posted on 1/14/19

Ken was a very important Director for the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation and represented the Hunters Education Program with distinction for more than a decade. I always appreciated Ken's calm demeanor as a mentor & friend. May he rest-in-peace knowing that he did his part to create a better situation for Wisconsin's Great Outdoors.

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 1/14/19

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Barbara's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

mary harper posted on 1/14/19

Suzie and Ann, I am so sorry to hear of Jerry's death. I often think about the times Pinky and I spent at your house on Bridge St. It seems so long ago. All the years we spent at St. John's School together are such good memories. May our loving God give you comfort at this time. I know we will all meet again someday in our forever home in heaven! Mary Hackbarth Harper

 

 

JoLyn Zamora posted on 1/14/19

Shelley, It was a pleasure and a blessing to have you on our Med/Surg team at SSM. You were nothing short of an amazing nurse. Your compassion, patience, presence and most of all your ability to connect with not only the patients/families you served but your peers as well will never be forgotten. You were such a positive influence on all of your work family and will be deeply missed my friend. Until we meet again!:(

 

Jessica Newlun posted on 1/14/19

Shelley, your smile and your love for live will live on forever in our hearts. You were an angel on earth and now in the Heavens. You will be missed greatly. Thank you for the memories and friendship over the years. Much love to you my friend. Until we meet again.

 

Brad and Joanne posted on 1/13/19

My dear sister, please know that a piece of our hearts has gone with you into heaven where the angels are surrounding you with God’s love & protection.

 

Annie Weatherby-Flowers posted on 1/13/19

My condolences to the family. Donald (Poppa D) was a close friend of mines. I met him in Madison 16 years ago. He was my friend, advisor, a walking buddy. I will truly miss him.

 

 

Peter schwechel posted on 1/13/19

Wishing you peace on your journey you will be missed dear friend.

 

Carla J Wojtowicz posted on 1/13/19

My prayers go to her family during this difficult time. May God give them some comfort!!

 

Diane Lenarchich posted on 1/13/19

The kindest person I ever knew. Always smiling, always helpful. Really, truely...the kindest person I ever knew.

 

Lisa Plohocky posted on 1/13/19

I will always remember Shelley for the amazing, nonjudgemental, genuine, and caring nurse that she was; she was kind to everyone always. We had many long talks during the night, shared many stories, and had lots of laughs. The world is less of a place without Shelley in it. Shelley will be truly missed.

 

Ballering Kathleen posted on 1/13/19

Mary and Family, My deepest sympathy to you. May your family and your faith carry through the coming year. I lost Mike a year ago, also in January. It will be a long year, but it does get better.

 

Tim & Lori Marshall posted on 1/13/19

Shelley, you were an amazing beautiful woman inside and out. You are truly going to be missed. Heaven has another angel. Tim & Lori

 

 

Robin Morris posted on 1/13/19

Shelly, You are truly a inspiration to All who have worked with you. We are blessed to have had you in our lives. Thank You for your caring ways. RIP Shelly!

 

 

Carl Beck posted on 1/13/19

To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: Shelleys came much to early, the love she gave and yet never asked for in return , a true loving friend

 

 

Corina Beck posted on 1/13/19

Shelley, I will always miss you, your smile and positive attitude. The most, I will miss your friendship. My heart is broken but the scar remaining will always be there to remind me of you. Until will see each other again, RIP my dear friend, coworker and classmate. We lost an angel on this earth, but the heaven gained one at the same time. Corina

 

 

Curt and Kathy Block posted on 1/13/19

Our Dearest Sister Shelley, You will always be in our Hearts, Prayers, and Memories. Gods Blessings as Always.

 

Matthew Romero posted on 1/13/19

Lou will be missed. He was a great person and an even better father. I wish I was able to celebrate his life with his family in Milwaukee this week.

 

Gregg Foglia posted on 1/13/19

I have known Pat since 1983, she was one of many mentors in showing dogs. I will always remember her kindness and good humor even when it was not your dog's day. she is someone I will never forget. she was like a member for my dog family....the was a lady that I had the utmost admiration and respect for. my condolences to the family

 

Steve Rosenfeldt posted on 1/13/19

Condolences to Willie and family.

 

Diane Hartwig posted on 1/12/19

Bob, Janet and family's so sorry for your loss. Uncle Ken will be greatly missed.

 

 

Bettina Proite posted on 1/12/19

A wonderful therapist who had a great sense of humor and in even in our sessions he made everything more easier and helped me out so much. Dr. Bott will be greatly missed.

 

Barb Grabow posted on 1/12/19

Dina & I are sad to learn that Bernice has passed on. We both have fond thoughts of times we spent with her and your family. I also remember all the fun Ed & I had with her and Victor. Our thoughts are with you all.

 

 

Michelle Street posted on 1/12/19

For an amazing therapist. I will miss his humor and our sessions. He was a very compassionate person. I will miss him dearly.

 

Eileen Winger posted on 1/12/19

So sorry Mary to hear of your loss. Remember seeing you and your husband at the 5:00 Saturday evening masses. Since I lost my husband, Don, in August I know how difficult it can be loosing a partner. Peace to your heart, Eileen Winger

 

Eileen Winger posted on 1/12/19

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Skip Feierdsy posted on 1/11/19

Karl, Bob, I'm so sorry for your loss, also sorry that I can't be there in person to deliver this message Regards Skip

 

Jim and Bobbie Kuhn posted on 1/11/19

We will never forget Lou and the good times we had on our Packer game weekends. Jim will never forget how welcome Lou made him feel at their wedding. He had never met Lou before, but he immediately treated him as a friend. We are here for you, M J. Love, Jim and Bobbie

 

timmy posted on 1/11/19

janet sorry to hear about your dad gods speed be with you and your family

 

Susan & Roy Weatherwax posted on 1/11/19

Adam, we want to express our sincere condolences to you, and to Kristi, Kyle, Ellie, and to your mother Mary, your brothers Greg and Jeffrey, your sister Julia and your entire extended family in this time of grieving. We are very sorry for your loss, and our hearts are with all of you. We hope you can all spend this time remembering the happy moments and love for one another in the days ahead. Our love, Susie, Roy & family.

 

Jacki Fraggis posted on 1/11/19

To the entire Jacobson family, Lou and I are so very sorry for your loss. We wish you peace during such a difficult time and know that we are here to support you in any way we can. With Love and Prayers, Louis & Jacki

 

B.D. posted on 1/11/19

I’m so sorry about the loss of Darlene. My deepest condolences goes out to the family. We look forward to the time when Almighty God will “redeem our love ones from the grave” and “remove the sting of death” forever. (Hosea 13:14)

 

Josie Babinchak posted on 1/11/19

Hugs to you and your family Adam. So sorry for your loss. Love Babinchak’s

 

B.D. posted on 1/11/19

I’m so sorry about the loss of “Jerry”. My deepest condolences goes out to the family. We all look forward to the time when Almighty God “will redeem our love ones from the grave” and “remove the sting of death” forever according to Hosea 13:14.

 

Rev. Randy Wakitsch posted on 1/11/19

In thanksgiving for Jill's faithfulness as a parishioner of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Belvidere, Illinois!

 

Beverly Washington posted on 1/10/19

Isabelle, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

 

Brian Price posted on 1/10/19

On behalf of the Price family, I would like to extend our condolences and prayers to your family at this time.

 

Brian Price posted on 1/10/19

On behalf of the Price family, I would like to extend our condolences and prayers to your family ar this time.

 

Vigdal-Olson Family posted on 1/10/19

So sorry for your loss. We're thinking of you.

 

 

Ellie Betzwieser posted on 1/10/19

I have many amazing memories of my grandfather. He was a wonderful person whom I miss and love dearly.

 

Toni Marie posted on 1/10/19

Hey Dad, Packers signed a new head coach yesterday. Here's hoping new blood can turn things around this coming season. I love and miss you.

 

Lisa Klug posted on 1/10/19

My deepest condolences to my brother in law Adam Betzwieser and his entire family. We are terribly sorry for your loss. May you find some comfort in your memories. All our love. Lisa, Jon, & Kelsey

 

Frank & Theresa Miller posted on 1/10/19

The Miller Family sends it’s deepest condolences to the Betzwieser Family. We are friends with Adam and Kristi, and wish for peace and support at this time.

 

Jeff Strnad posted on 1/10/19

Chuck was a wonderful man. Talented but humble. Incredibly kind. Filled with energy and humor. A great friend and colleague. I and the rest of the team at DOOR USA had the enormous privilege of working with him for the past several years, and now he is gone all too soon. We miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you, his family and friends.

 

Barbara Thrower posted on 1/10/19

David and I will be praying for all of you. We are with you in spirit with sadness at the loss of your dear mother and my dear Aunt. We also are celebrating your Mom going home to be with the family that has gone on before her. All our love and blessing sent to you and your family. David and Barbara (Webster) Thrower

 

Blinda Beason posted on 1/10/19

Dear Family - Your father/grandfather was a very special gentleman. We were "Blessed to have known Don". He will be forever missed. Rest In Peace my dear friend. Blinda and Marshel; Madison, WI

 

ELAINE BROWN posted on 1/10/19

CHUCK WAS MY FAVORITE BOSS. HE WAS KINDEST, HAPPIEST PERSON I KNEW. HE WAS ALWAYS SPEAKING OF HIS FAMILY AND HOW PROUD HE WAS OF THEM. WE HAD A JOKE BETWEEN US. EVERY MORNING I WOULD GREET HIM "GOOD MORNING MASTER". HE WOULD LAUGH SO HARD AND TURN RED. THEN I WOULD ASK HIM HE REQUIRED HIS POPPY SEED MUFFIN AND I WOULD TEASE HIM ABOUT THE IT BEING AN OPIATE. HE WOULD LAUGH HARD AGAIN. I COULD JOKE WITH HIM. LAUGH OUT LOUD WITH HIM AND ENJOY HIS HARVARD STORIES. I'VE MISSED HIM SINCE THE DAY HE LEFT CALHFA. MY THOUGHTS ARE WITH HIS FAMILY. WITH LOVE AND RESPECT. RIP CHUCK. TILL WE MEET AGAIN.

 

Jeff Blankenship posted on 1/10/19

I've known Jill my entire life; I still remember her playing 'digger' with me. She'd make all the tractor noises while lowering me to ground to dig the hole with my hands. All of my memories of her make me smile or make me laugh. She'll never be forgotten.

 

Phil Little posted on 1/10/19

A simple but very fond memory i have of aunt Marion is from the early '50's when my dad Jack Little would pile us kids into the Jeep station wagon on a Saturday morning and drive up to the old family home on 34th st. in Milwaukee, to get together with grandpa Ben, uncles Al and Bill (Dick was away at college) and aunt Marion. She always helped out minding the little kids, making us the best egg salad sandwiches. To this day, 69 years later, every time I have an egg salad sandwich, it takes me right back to 34th st.and I see aunt Marion with her big smile, taking loving care of all of the children around the kitchen table! A simple memory, perhaps, but Marion, you meant so much to us all!

 

Rick Kludt posted on 1/10/19

Believe me, she's not gone, just checked out for a while and waiting for the rest of us to catch up. Not one for convention, Jill loved her kids, grandkids, family, and friends. She'll be dancin with the angels and listening to all the old tunes...

 

 

Bruce & Lori Ogg posted on 1/10/19

Matt & family, Sorry for your loss. May your dad remain in your hearts forever.

 

Pam and Rick Bruhn posted on 1/10/19

Our hearts and prayers go out to all her family in this time of grief. A Donation to the Washington County Humane Society has been made in Jill's memory.

 

Crystal (Vasey) Covington posted on 1/10/19

He is survived also by his daughter Crystal (Vasey) Covington, son in law Steven Covington,granddaughter Angel ,grandsons Aaron and Vincent.

 

Crystal (Vasey) Covington posted on 1/10/19

He is survived also by his daughter (ME) but no one acknowledges that.. So I have to

 

Anna Litkowiec posted on 1/10/19

A beautiful doctor, a beautiful person, taught me many things and about the tranquility of the Asian flare, he will be deeply missed!!

 

Donald Nierode posted on 1/10/19

Will miss my fishing and hunting buddy most of all the good times building stuff up at the lake . RIP

 

Tammy Jomea-schultz posted on 1/10/19

Uncle Lou will be so fondly remembered by the Jones girls! Our love to the family we grew up with and spent many a New Year’s Eve with swimming and having fun! God Bless.

 

Kathy McKay and Lee Soderlind posted on 1/10/19

Lee and I will be with you in spirit both grieving and celebrating your Mom this week end. All our love to you and the entire family for whom Joan was the matriarch.

 

Vicki Woelky posted on 1/10/19

I will always remember you as the Booth Lake Historian. Your love for the lake and its community will never be forgotten. You touched my life, because of your kindness. I will always cherish the day you visited me at my post in the parking lot at Memorial Park. You came with 2 mini bottles of wine to drink as we celebrated our years as caretakers. You made me feel so special for the years we gave to the municipality. You will always hold a special place in my heart. And to your darling daughter Laura, May your memories bring you peace and comfort, because when someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure!

 

 

Susan Pfeil posted on 1/10/19

May you rest in pease and live gloriously in heaven.

 

Andrew Arena posted on 1/9/19

Lynn was truly one of the nicest person I have ever met. This is truly a loss but I pray she is at peace.

 

Mary Moore posted on 1/9/19

Deepest condolences to Lynn’s entire family. She was a positive and loving force in this world! Glad she is at peace.

 

Nellie Dake posted on 1/9/19

Knowing and working with Lorry over many years was always a pleasure. We shared nursing experiences and friendship. She was a great nurse!!

 

Jason posted on 1/9/19

Jim taught me how to not be angry. Then he taught me how to be happy. Finally, he taught me how to be compassionate. It’s unfortunate that my journey with him was so brief but he had an immeasurable impact on my life. Onto samsara my friend, May the next life find you without desire.

 

Jami Megna posted on 1/9/19

Aunt Donna and family, I am so sorry for your family’s loss. I can clearly remember your dad being so nice to my sister and I when we would visit their house in Milwaukee. He was clearly an amazing father and my thoughts are with you all.

 

Gregg Meyer posted on 1/9/19

A wonderful kind person who lit up a room when she walked in but always had time for all. She was always positive and we enjoyed her company very much.

 

 

Katherine Hembree posted on 1/9/19

Busia's energy and smiles at our Thanksgiving and 4th of July get togethers in Neenah. She was such a warm and energetic woman!

 

Lisa Brott posted on 1/9/19

Since our mother was killed last June, my brothers emotional trauma has debilitated him and made him ill. He is now very low functioning and barely speaking to anyone and hasn’t been able to drive. Stays at home and doesn’t participate in the world except for therapy and medical appointments. Do you have some grief or trauma counseling available or resource ideas I can give to him and his wife. Thank uou.

 

Karen Pautzke posted on 1/9/19

I worked with Don for alittle at DOT he was a great man. So sorry for your loss.

 

Peggie DeLorenzo posted on 1/9/19

Lynn was the niece of my dear friend Evelyn Medrow. She was an inspiration to many, loved Mark and the girls and will be missed by many. My sincere sympathy

 

Dennis Plotecher posted on 1/9/19

John I'll always remember meeting you and your dad at the Sussex INN Saturday nights for steak he and I always had good chats sorry for your loss

 

 

Ken & Linda Stehley posted on 1/9/19

A beloved friend, she is at peace. Prayers & love to her family.

 

Amy Svoren/Kaun posted on 1/9/19

Marion was like a second mother to me. She always made our family feel welcomed in her cottage. Life was always an adventure for her. I remember when we were young how we decorated the small plastic boat and entered it in the 4th of July parade. Marion came up with the idea of the three men in the tub where Tom, Janie and Sarah were the three men in the tub. We still have home movies of that adventure. I wish we could go back to those days since spending summers with the Guild family. These were my favorite memories of my entire life. Another favorite memory was Marion's 60th birthday party. That night was a blast. I have so many cherished memories of Marion and her family. I love your family. I am so sorry for your loss. Marion will certainly be missed by so many people. Amy Svoren/Kaun

 

Petra Schau posted on 1/9/19

Dear Marion, I was fortunate enough to meet you and Gordon 44 years ago on your journey through Germany. It was the beginning of a great friendship of a whole family. Thanks for that ! My thoughts are with your family Petra

 

Joe H. posted on 1/9/19

Jim’s sweetness and joie de vivre will be very deeply missed, but I have no doubt that they live on in those lucky enough to have known him, who could not help but to resist the intellectual and ethical force that underlay them. To be uncynical without being naive and to retain the clarity and enthusiasm of youth whilst still gaining the nuance and wisdom of adulthood are exceptionally difficult, and I shall forever carry with me the lessons Jim taught, both didactically and in the manner in which he lived his life, in that regard; I am a better person for having known him.

 

 

Allie Sturomski posted on 1/8/19

Prayers for comfort and healing...

 

 

Gina posted on 1/8/19

R.I.P. with God my dear friend Donnie. You will be missed!

 

Elise Mossallati posted on 1/8/19

Lynn has been an inspiration! I admired her will to live with grace and pride. Her devotion and dedication to family was always paramount. She exhibited humor through adversity that would have stymied the average person. I will miss you Lynn! You have fought hard, time for you to rest. You have set the bar high for your children and friends...! Rest in peace.

 

Renee M (Noel)DeLonay posted on 1/8/19

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. May you R.I.P. Aunt Joan (Chinky)

 

 

Gerrie (Zuege) Heaney posted on 1/8/19

Dear John my prayers are with you and your family. May God bless all of you.

 

Betty Jury posted on 1/8/19

Our deepest sympathy to both families at this difficult time. When we lose a loved one here on earth, we gain an Angel in heaven that watches over us. Marlene's Big heart and larger than life spirit will always be what the Jury family will remember. Our heart and prayers go out to you all. Love, Betty Jury and Family

 

Rich Young posted on 1/8/19

Cheryl, Mary, Matt, Clark, and Dick, Please accept my most sincere condolences. Chuck’s passing has been a shock to all of us who had the pleasure of knowing him. As one of his many King family cousins, I always came away from my conversations with him with a smile on my face. His sense of humor was infectious. The family “Harvard Hero” has left us all better off for having had him in our lives.

 

Dan and Vicki Skodras posted on 1/8/19

Sandy, Donna, John, Dolores, and the rest of the family: we're so sorry to learn of Jim's passing. He was a great man and always a joy to be around. I'm not sure we'll be able to make it to Wisconsin, but please know that you're in our thoughts and prayers. Dan and Vicki Skodras

 

Nancy T Donners posted on 1/8/19

Kristin, Paul, Alyssa and Michael, My sincerest condolences on the loss of your mother/grandmother. It was an honor to have known Lorry and I miss our lunches, shopping excursions and intelligent conversations about current events whenever I was in town. I wish I could be there but know I am with you in spirit. Nancy

 

Joanne Minotte posted on 1/8/19

Sweet Aunt Joan. I have many many lovely memories of Aunt Joan. She was always kind and loving to me and my children Peter and Maria. And my grandchildren. She taught me many things. I loved her very much.

 

John Mattix (Chuck's Cousin) posted on 1/8/19

Chuck was a jovial, loving, & caring cousin. He kept the competitive spirit alive between our many families. He was always fun to be around; and we will miss him. I am sure that up above he is hugging his Mom (Aunt Margaret) and has already played 18 holes of golf with his Dad (Uncle Bud). This is not Goodbye Cousin Chuck, as we will meet again somewhere down the road! PS We all know that you were the "Best Looking Cousin"!!!!!!!

 

Andrea Garr Mastricola and the Mastricola family posted on 1/8/19

To Ruby, Hazel and the entire family, May God hold you in His arms and give you peace and the strength you need during this difficult time. My prayers are with you all.

 

Velma Jones posted on 1/7/19

May the peace of God be with you!

 

 

Velma Jones posted on 1/7/19

Velma

 

Alex Townsend posted on 1/7/19

I just want to send my prayers to the Brock family. May God bring comfort and love to you all, throughout this trying time. Although Gary may not be present physically, he'll always be present in the hearts of those whom he love and those who have love for him.. God bless you all !!!!

 

Debbie and Ed Trochlell posted on 1/7/19

We will always recall with fondness, the funny and kind friend that we knew for nearly 50 years, and he will be missed!

 

Dianne Kazmierczak Biscoe posted on 1/7/19

Sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. I still remember your parent's wedding! Hopefully your memories will provide you solace.

 

Latoya H posted on 1/7/19

Ella will be missed by the staff at the Light house of Brookfield.

 

 

Angie Aliots posted on 1/7/19

Condolences to the entire Bott family. You are all in the Aliotas thoughts and prayers.

 

Bill Hable posted on 1/7/19

Dear Kristin, Our sincerest condolences to you and your family. We know how close you were to your mom. That love will last forever. Bill and Jane

 

Kelly Fowler posted on 1/7/19

The Bay View United Methodist Church family sends its love and prayers to each of you. Peace to your hearts as you grieve.

 

Kelly Fowler posted on 1/7/19

The Church family of Bay View UMC sends their love and prayers to each of you. Peace be with you as you grieve.

 

Katie Doss posted on 1/7/19

Joanna My Condolences To You And Your Family

 

Sue Schimelfenyg posted on 1/7/19

Kristin, Paul, Amy, Allyssa & Michael, We are so sorry to hear of the death of your mom. Lorry really lived a full life and didn't let the grass grow under her feet!! You are all in our thoughts and prayers, Uncle Dick & Aunt Sue

 

Nancy (Kazmierczak) Buretta posted on 1/7/19

My condolences to all of you. Used to enjoy our visits with Lorry with our parents when we were young.ran into her a few times in recent years. She will be missed.

 

Lisa Olejniczak, Executive Director & Island Shores Team posted on 1/7/19

The Island Shores Family sends their sincere sympathy to Joan's family. We thoroughly enjoyed her zest for life and waited with anticipation as to what special outfit she would wear for our themed parties. Her eyes sparkled as she smiled and her strength shown through as challenges came before her. Thank you to the family for their continued support of Joan and collaborative efforts with the staff to meet her needs. She will be remembered!

 

Angie Haque posted on 1/7/19

Hold on to your memories, and let them guide you during this time of sadness.

 

Judy Merritt posted on 1/7/19

Lorry was a proud mother and grandmother. She will remain in the hearts of so many people.

 

 

Shaquan Riley posted on 1/6/19

You will forever be missed at work

 

Jeffrey Lebowitz posted on 1/6/19

Deepest sympathy for Chuck's passing. Our feeling is drawn from our appreciation for his man-sized intellect and more for his warm big heart. We must know that it is not without hope we suffer and we mourn. Looking back, we realize we weep for that person who has been our delight to know.

 

John D. White,Sr posted on 1/6/19

Hi Coleen, son John,,called us and told us that Joan had passed. We wil always remember her for big smile and her wonderful cheesecake. Love ❤️ and GOD BLESS. John & Cindy

 

 

Bonnie & Doug Ebstyne posted on 1/6/19

So sorry for your & our loss. Chuck was always a special person to be around. He will be missed.

 

Sherry (Parsons) Swieciak posted on 1/6/19

Dearest Gordy, Karen and Tony and family.... So sorry to hear about Clara. I just found out or I would have loved to be there. I'll never forget Clara and always felt very close to her... Karen remember the trips in my mom's Mustang or the snowmobiling.. or her Cherry desert she always made. She will be remember with the fondest of memories.. Wishing you all the best. She was a sweatheart!!

 

Theresa Soriano posted on 1/6/19

Clara I will miss you very much. And also our times together going to the grocery store and sitting down at the tables having a cup of coffee and talking.

 

Debra J Rau posted on 1/6/19

Claire, I will always remember your kindness and the good times we shared when I lived on your block. You were an awesome cook and will be missed by all your loved ones.

 

Dan Jones posted on 1/6/19

One of the kindest individuals I have ever had the good fortune of knowing. What a blessing to all of those whose lives she touched.

 

Jeff Davis posted on 1/6/19

To the Brock family: I am sad to read of Gary's passing. We had a lot of fun bowling at Western Lanes. DeeDee and Cherrie you were clients of mine when I was a professional Hairdresser. So sorry to hear of your brother passing. Sincerely Jeff Davis

 

 

Karolyn & George Kleser posted on 1/5/19

Love for Cheryl & all the memories of Chuck she shared with me

 

John Krebsbach posted on 1/5/19

A very special brother in law will be missed and always remembered

 

Cheryl Kraus posted on 1/5/19

We want to let your family know you’ve been in our prayers. If you need anything let us know. Ameliya, thanks for being such a good friend to Jasmin, now let Jasmin be there for you we can’t make it to the funeral services but want your family to know we are there in our hearts ♥️

 

Kathy Walker posted on 1/5/19

My brain understands that you are not in pain and happy and it was time..... but my heart is broken and it “doesn’t” understand...I will love and miss you forever Aunt Clara. My deepest deepest condolences to Uncle Gordy, Karen Ann, Tony, and all the kids, family and friends! And there are plenty.

 

Kathy and Charlie Pickett posted on 1/5/19

We can only imagine what you're going through. Please know that you are in our prayers and we pray that you find comfort from memories, family and friends. Prayers and jugs to you all.

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 1/5/19

My name is Deborah Lewis. I am sending a condolences. Sorry for ur lost. LosLosing a loved can b so hard, but we have a hope. That hope is the resurrection of dead. A rising up or coming back to life. In Revelation 21:3,4 it says and he will wipe out ever tear fro their eyes and death will be no more. This is very encouraging me. I have lost loved ones myself and this scripture has proved to be encouraging. That day will come! I'm looking forward to this! I hope u find comfort in this reading. Take care. Sincerely Deborah Lewis

 

Sarah Grob posted on 1/4/19

On behalf of my family and all the 7th Grade families at First Immanuel Lutheran we lift you all up and prayer and love. Our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved. Lynn was always so friendly and I was so blessed to have witnessed the sparkle in her eye when she was able to attend and see one of her lovely daughters play volleyball and attend other school functions. Lynn, your smile could light up a room, you have made an imprint on our hearts...Love & Blessings in His Name.

 

Sandy Ruffalo posted on 1/4/19

Dear heart-broken family I met Lynn many years ago, even before she was.married. She was so passionate about family as she married and then added children to the family. In times to come, you will relive all the joys and your happiness will exceed the pain of your loss now.

 

william St. George posted on 1/4/19

Her my poem to my Dearest Aunt Alyce: It Isn't Easy Death isn't easy when it's one of your own. It's that step life takes in which you are not alone. Death separates the one we love and it takes them back to the one from up above. We're seldom prepared and times unaware but when it happens our fate meeting destiny can give us a gloomy despair. Death is a master thief, a thief without preference. It can happen anytime whether we are ready or not, death calls no one friend. The pain of what no longer remains is still the same, a void, never filled just tearstain. I have often thought it's the surprise of the demise or the despair I couldn't repair but it's nothing as personal as that, but simply fate with a due date. No sooner we are born we are doom to die. We can embrace it, deny it and maybe race to meet it but you cannot defeat it. The pain of not understanding is still the same; it still can drive you a bit insane. Well, if I had it my way, I would wish it away and save you the heartache of not knowing that dark day. In time, we come to know but it takes a while to overcome that blow. Now I hang my head with a heart that is heavy and ask God to stand by you and make you ready. Life isn't easy or fair but love and hope always cares. May God bless you during this difficult time!

 

 

Jeannie st george posted on 1/4/19

I love you so much my auntie, you earn your wings sweet lady. Give everyone my love, Xoxoxo

 

Mary Krieger posted on 1/4/19

My Aunt Alyce will be forever missed. She was always full of life and laughter. Our phone calls were always so special to me, to have my Mom’s sister to talk with. Sharing so many wonderful memories and stories thru out the years. I feel very fortunate to have had her in my life all these many years! Her wisdom and kindness will be with me forever. Now she is with her beloved Eddie! God bless and Rest In Peace. Love, Mary Krieger

 

 

Lisa Bramm posted on 1/4/19

I am so sorry for your loss

 

Eric Roepke posted on 1/4/19

Prayers for you and your family. Tom worked on and off for me for years. I am saddened by this news. Rip Tom

 

 

Megan Baumdicker-Schmaus posted on 1/4/19

I have such fond memories, especially from childhood of Greg. He is such an inspiration to us all.

 

Gene Ladendorf posted on 1/4/19

My sincere Christian love to Lynn’s family at her passing to new life with her a Savior. Lynn and I worked together while I was principal at St John’s. I regret that I will be out of town on business next Thursday. God’s peace and comfort.

 

Neil Schliewe posted on 1/4/19

My deepest sympathy to your family at this difficult time. In my time in Thiensville at Calvary I got to work with Marlene in a few capacities, and her love for her Lord and the mission of the church shown brightly. She is in heaven now reaping her eternal rewards, but until we see her again face to face she will be missed. God's comfort and blessings to you all!

 

Mel and Judy North posted on 1/4/19

Our thoughts and Prayers are with your family at this time.

 

sandra hanson posted on 1/4/19

sandra hansons

 

Karen Jarrett posted on 1/4/19

Aunt Clara was an awesome women. Many prayer for all the family.,

 

Marian Bindley posted on 1/3/19

Our deepest sympathy to your family Tony, on your loss. Remember all the fond memories of her. Love and hugs, Marian & Keith.

 

Mike and Debbie Martin posted on 1/3/19

Thoughts and prayers with you all at this sad time

 

Berto Juarez jr posted on 1/3/19

I'm truly sorry for your loss.... Tom was a friend of me and my brother.... I'm truly gonna miss my guy......

 

Kathleen Kummers Finch posted on 1/3/19

My sympathy too all of if the Kummer Family. I’m wondering if we’re somehow related. My father was Clare Kenneth Kummers, his parents were Mabel and Charles Kummers.

 

Lisa Fricker posted on 1/3/19

Daughters of Lynn- I met your mother many years ago when we we both young attorneys. Although she was representing the other side, we immediately liked each other, in the way people do when they come across an old friend in someone they’ve encountered for the first time. Your mom was whip-smart, funny, and one of kindest people I’ve ever met. Her loyalty to those she loved was boundless. Lynn is too powerful a force to have ever truly left you. I’m sure she shines through all of you in your own special ways.

 

Lucy Dover posted on 1/3/19

Tony she sure taught you how to make the best cinnamon rolls! Be at peace, I know she is. Sending love to you and Bev and all your family.

 

Kathy Beaudry posted on 1/3/19

Our entire family send our sincere thoughts and prayers to all of your family May you all have peace in your time of grieving. The Beaudry family (Kay and Dick)

 

Sheilia & Joe posted on 1/3/19

We are very sorry the loss of your son.

 

Kim Cornils posted on 1/3/19

My thoughts and prayers to Uncle Bob, Aunt Shirley and family. John will always be loved and missed by many. I will certainly miss his beautiful smile when I would see him and the kiss of the hand. The she look he would give when I would kiss his cheek as he would respond THANK YOU. .I love you John. Aka John John, Red. I will miss you so much.

 

Mike and Dawn Milazzo posted on 1/3/19

Sending healing prayers to the Polinske family at this time, Love Mike and Dawn

 

 

Mike and Dawn Milazzo posted on 1/3/19

I will always remember your smile John. Sending healing prayers to the Polinske family. Love you all.

 

Shanta Hamilton posted on 1/3/19

I will forever remember her contagious laughter, smile and gentle voice. Family, student or stranger she gave and loved everyone unselfishly. She will be missed greatly.

 

Mari Haag posted on 1/3/19

Though I didn't know your son my deepest sympathy to you and your family

 

Sheila Broschart posted on 1/3/19

Our deepest sympathy to your family.I know what your going through.Your family will be in our hearts and thoughts.Sheila and family

 

Bruce & Denall posted on 1/3/19

My wedding dancing partner. Much love to you & the family during this very difficult time.

 

Carrie posted on 1/3/19

There are so many memories of my Grandma I could share. One of my favorites is her bottom dresser drawer of treasures. We were lucky enough to live a bike ride away. Every time I went to her house I could pick a "treasure" from the dresser drawer. These treasures consisted of pens, pencils, Avon samples, pads of paper etc. All the grandkids loved it. She made the BEST pumpkin pie, peanut squares and when we slept over, we always got Hollywood toast for breakfast. She was one of a kind and already greatly missed. Love you Gramcracker!!!

 

Leon Dixon posted on 1/2/19

I just became aware of Lee's passing. My heartfelt condolences go out to the family. Although I never met Lee, he has been my main instructor over decades of nordic skiing, and I sincerely thank him for all he has done for me personally and for the sport. I wish I had a dollar for every time I’ve said, “Lee Borowski says............” to my skiing buddies. I think I have all of his books and videos and also have a thick folder of articles he has written. He has been, and continues to be, an inspiration and my primary teacher. Thanks again, Lee. We miss you.

 

Bob Janik posted on 1/2/19

I met Don when I was 6 years old when my mother traded in her 1953 Ford for a brand new 1958 at Heiser Ford, then on Prospect Ave. In a sense, I "grew up" identifying Don as the best car man known and I'll always remember him that way. He used to call me "Bobby" when I was 6 and when I bought a couple of new cars through him. I say "through him" because, by the time I bought my '72 Pinto and later '76 Mustang, Don was no longer the salesman, rather the manager. How can anyone forget his friendly smile and outgoing demeanor. I never did. It's been 60 plus years now since I first met Don as a kid and he called me "Bobby". How fortunate Don's family for having him in your lives. My condolences and fond memories.

 

Linda Barajas posted on 1/2/19

So sorry to hear of the passing of Rachel. My deepest condolences to Milton and the family. May she rest in peace.

 

 

Mary Helmle posted on 1/1/19

I miss you Papa, I love you. I pray mom and you have spiritually connected. Mom missed you so much. I pray I connect with you when I pass from this world. I love

 

Ricki posted on 1/1/19

Sheila, i am so sorry for your loss. I just found this online Brads passing. Brad was really one of my dearest friends and unfortunately we lost touch. Man, this really saddens me. Brad was the first person i told i thought i was pregnant with my last child. He went all over Milwaukee with me buying pregnancy tests. He was such a good person and we shared so many laughs. Again, i am sorry for your family loss. Rest well Brad. Rick

 

Karin posted on 1/1/19

Separation BY W. S. MERWIN Your absence has gone through me Like thread through a needle. Everything I do is stitched with its color.

 

 

Barb Carenen posted on 1/1/19

Roe; we will always remember you for the sweet kind person you were you will be missed at the breakfast club Pease always be with you :

 

Barbano Family posted on 12/31/18

Sister Mary Ruth watched over my twins in NICU when they were born 10 weeks early. This was 18 years ago. I spent everyday at the hospital and was blessed to know and interact with her. Just today, when going through the memory boxes, we found the cards and letters she sent to my twins on their first birthdays. What an angel she was.

 

Bam posted on 12/31/18

If a man die, shall he live again asked the man Job long ago. (Job 14 :14) Rest assured that a reunion with your loved one is possible right here on earth under the best of conditions. The Bible makes the promise Your dead ones will live. They will rise up. Isaiah 26:19. Please accept my condolences.

 

Sandra Jean Gaillard posted on 12/31/18

To my brother, I will miss you so much. You awakened my energies in so many ways. I learned so much from you! Repair my home, my family and many ways, my life. I thank you for that! We challenged each other about politics, games and the papa! It was fun! I learned and will cherish you through the thick of my spirit! You did right, with love, your sister Sandra and now in the spirit!

 

Gerard Lim posted on 12/30/18

Dear Aunty Kim, Uncle Tony, Nette, Chris & Jo, First, pls accept my deepest condolences on Greg’s passing. No words can express my sadness. Greg (and your family) has always been dear to me since our younger days. His constant smile ( which I can vividly recall from my last visit to your home), his independence and his determination has and will continue to be an inspiration for all & in particular my own family circumstances (ie. my not so little Marianne). My sincere apologies for this very late condolence message as I have been away on and just got back on 29-Dec. May the God keep Greg safe and in His Love, eternal life. May the Lord also bless and comfort all of you. With much love, Gerard

 

Carol Erl (Laura's Collectibles) posted on 12/30/18

My sympathies to you and your family at the loss of Ted. I had the pleasure to meet him last year at Linda and Joel's Christmas gathering. You and your family are in my prayers for God's love and comfort in the coming days. Carol Erl (Laura's Collectibles)

 

 

Jim and Joyce Witzel posted on 12/29/18

For a greatest uncle , you will be missed.

 

John and Evonne Schiappacasse posted on 12/29/18

You are forever in our hearts.

 

Craig Pelnar posted on 12/29/18

So sorry to read of your loss. He obviously was very much loved by all, and will be missed. My most sincere condolences to all who mourn his passing. May God hold all of you in His comforting arms...

 

 

Keith p holton posted on 12/29/18

Was a pleasure knowing you Randy Rest In Peace bro

 

Shelley Rosas posted on 12/29/18

Marie and family. I am so sorry for your loss. I had my heart aches for you. Sending you a big hug.

 

Valerie Wagner Clifton posted on 12/28/18

Marie and family, I am truly sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers.

 

 

Vicki posted on 12/28/18

For my beautiful AUnt Ida

 

Jackie posted on 12/28/18

The grief that one feels with the passing of a loved one lingers for as long as he is not forgotten. Yet we go on, insensibly cheered in time because of our faith that he has gone to a better place, free of earthly suffering, because of the other loved ones with whom we have been gifted, because we can still do good with our lives. And because our memories keep him always in our hearts. I will never forget Greg's cheeky smile lighting the day for those around him, nor the awe I felt at witnessing the unstinting love and attention his family gave him, love he readily reciprocated. Greg will always be remembered and loved. He and you, his wonderful family, are inspirations to us all.

 

Mark Sroka posted on 12/28/18

Kal was part of my fishing group for 15 years. We spent hundreds of hours on the boat together. I will truly miss him.

 

Patricia Davis posted on 12/28/18

Great and merciful is our God. He who believes in Him shall never die, and with Him shall walk an everlasting life. Condolence to the loving family of BISHOP WILLIE F. PRICE SR. We, the members of Straight Gate Pentecostal Power Church of the Apostolic Faith want the family to know that our prayers are with you at the time of your loss. Whereas, the passing of our beloved brother is the will of God and there is a human tie that has been broken which has caused a heart-felt pain. We are reminded within the word of God, Hebrews 13:5, “…for he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.” Therefore, Be It Resolved, that we embrace the family with love. We cannot replace this precious jewel, but acknowledge that he will be greatly missed. Be It Further Resolved, to the family that we know your loss is deep and your hurt is great but, there is no hurt that God cannot heal. "Verily, verily, I say unto you, he that heareth my word, and believeth on Him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life." - John 5:24-26 Please accept our most sincere sympathies for the loss of your dear brother, father, uncle and friend. May the prayers of all people who love you bring solace to your soul. Humbly submitted on this 29th day of December, 2018. Bishop Leroy Lane, Pastor Executive Bishop Board Straight Gate Pentecostal Power Church Benton Harbor, MI

 

ab posted on 12/28/18

May the God of comfort and tender mercies (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) comfort your hearts while we await His promise to end death.... and make all things new (Revelation 21:4,5) This will be accomplished by means of Hus Kingdom government that Jesus taught us to pray for in the Lords Prayer

 

Mary Lausted posted on 12/28/18

I am so sorry I can not attend, as you know my mother passed away on Christmas Eve. Your family has always held a special place in my heart especially your mother. Much love Mary

 

Mary Lausted posted on 12/28/18

I am so sorry I would never be able to attend, as you know my mother passed away on Christmas Eve. Your family has always held a special place in my heart especially your mother. Much love Mary

 

 

Missie & Jeff Krueger posted on 12/27/18

Prayers that God's love gives you peace and that you remember the great laughter and joy you all shared.

 

Lilly Speck posted on 12/27/18

My Beautiful Sister! She was the kindest, sweetest sister ever! She had such a positive attitude and infectious laugh. She lived life to the fullest and made all her family and friends feel special. My sister had such a positive effect on so many people in so many ways. She was our family matriarch. I know we will meet again with Sandy, Mamma, Daddy and Dillion in Heaven! God is lucky to get such a beautiful angel. Your loving sister, Lilly

 

Martha Scott Woodard posted on 12/27/18

John 14,1 Let not Your hearts be troubled. I Love You All and I’m praying for strength for Your journey to God’s miraculous peace right in the very middle of Your storm. Franks 1st Cousin Martha. Joe & Lucille Scott’s Daughter

 

Michael Borkowski posted on 12/27/18

So sorry to hear of Ken's passing. I knew Ken his whole life and we had many great adventures together as kids. He will be greatly missed.

 

Tamara L Scott posted on 12/27/18

Weeping endures for a night, but Joy comes in the morning... It's my Prayer that our God of Grace & Mercy will grant you all peace & understanding to endure this night season. Just know that Frank is/was loved by many & so are the rest of you. We send our condolences & deepest sympathy to you all from your family here in Grand Junction, Tennessee. You all will remain in our hearts & prayers.

 

Vicky werner posted on 12/27/18

Blessing and prayers. Love you Schneider.

 

Dianna Hillers posted on 12/27/18

My dear friend, my heart goes out to you in this sorrowful time. My shoulder is here for you at any time.

 

Minnie Scott-Morman posted on 12/27/18

Earth has no sorry that heaven can't heal. ."Heaven is on the otherside"cousin Minnie

 

 

Helen von Buxhoeveden posted on 12/27/18

Ted was the most generous and kind friend we have ever had. He adored Julie, Claire and David, and their families. I will cherish the wonderful times our families spent together. Rest In Peace Ted. Deepest Sympathy. Hans and Helen

 

 

JOE & JOAN Kraus posted on 12/27/18

Best joy and laughter on the planet!!! and now continuing in heaven!!!

 

Bonny Porten posted on 12/27/18

Dear Lemberger Family, Our family is So sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. It is with great fondness that we remember living across the alley from you when so many of us were in grade school together. Our parents were great friends and had so many friendships with others who were/are close to your family. Our Mom is sorry that she is unable to get to her funeral due to freezing rain in Northern Wisconsin. She is, however, so very grateful that she was able to visit with your Mom this last fall when she and Bernie Hoeller went over there. Our family reminisces very frequently on the oh so fun times that we had playing as children - after dark games were always a hit as was 'tin can alley', hide and seek, etc We loved them all. Your Mom was always so welcoming whenever we would come over while playing with one of the kids. She was such a beautiful lady - I know you will miss her very much, but she is now wrapped in the loving arms of God and at a peaceful rest. My Mom told me that your Mom prayed for a peaceful death - how blessed was she to have her prayers answered. With heartfelt condolences on behalf of the entire Porten family. Bonny Porten

 

David & Barbara Baule posted on 12/27/18

Betty. So sorry for your loss. Our condolences to you and your family. I'm sorry that we are unable to attend the service, but know that we are thinking of you. We have many good memories of the "golden years" at Channel 10. Again, sorry for your loss.

 

Helene Hendrickson posted on 12/27/18

You were my mom, not my mother-in-law, for 38 years. You loved me as your daughter, guided me when I was troubled, shared your rich life and memories with me, and modeled for me what a good mother is. I will miss your presence and love in my life, but I will forever keep you in my heart. Rest in peace Mom. I love you. Helene

 

Marilyn ( Kuemmel )Yelk posted on 12/27/18

Please accept our sympathy. Cousin, Kathy ( Bink ) Braunreiter called this morning with the news of your mother's passing. I met your Mom when I attended Char Lemberger funeral in Madison not long ago. I asked her who the man was who walked into the church. It was her son! She was such a nice lady. I don't know any of you except Barbara with whom I was a "flower girl" at cousin Jerry Braeger's ordination. I'm Frank Kuemmel's daughter, Marilyn. May she rest in Peace!

 

Robert Meldman posted on 12/27/18

Cathy We are in Mexico . We send our sympathy and condolences on the passing of your mother Bob Meldman

 

Susan Palmer posted on 12/27/18

I am so saddened to hear about your loss. Be happy that he got to spend his first Christmas in heaven with our Lord and Savior! What a joyous occasion that must have been!

 

Cousin Jane posted on 12/27/18

So very sad for all of us. Kenny a.k.a. Goober, was such a great guy. It had been a couple years since I saw him but always had a welcoming smile. He will be missed throughout the family...

 

Barbara Gilleran posted on 12/27/18

Prayers going out to all of you. I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Vicki, Dale and Katie Barke posted on 12/26/18

Aunt Ida, We know you're in Heaven with all the other Angels. You were an angel on earth. Love you forever!

 

Tim Sears posted on 12/26/18

Betty, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Jon is now resting in the arms of his Creator! Love and Hugs!

 

 

Sue Steffen-Oxendorf posted on 12/26/18

Jerry, Dave & Mike, so sorry for the loss of Sylvia. She was a very sweet lady. Jerry, you and Sylvia were always there for the losses in my life (Mike, Henry & Marge Steffen) and it was greatly appreciated. I'm so sorry that I can't be there today for you, but I prey the Happy Memories help you through this difficult time. God Bless Sue

 

Damian Leong posted on 12/23/18

Your radiant smile for everyone is what I remember most, the happiness that radiate from your person was always a beacon of our Lord's being with you.

 

DamianLeong posted on 12/23/18

Your radiant smile for everyone is what I remember most, the happiness that radiate from your person was always a beacon of our Lord's being with you.

 

Bill O'Brien posted on 12/23/18

I will always remember Peter as a man of peace and great character. He was a classmate who I looked forward to being with, an empathetic person with a fine sense of humor.

 

Barb(Lenz) & Tom Gillis posted on 12/23/18

Marifred, you & your family are in our thoughts & prayers.May God help you all through this difficult time. With sympathy.

 

Ken Ottmann posted on 12/23/18

My sympathies to the Timm family. My father Paul and both Otto's were good friends in the tool & die business. I will never forget that young Otto gave me a softball glove when I was in junior high, because my dad didn't feel my glove at the time needed replacing. Otto agreed with me that my old glove was shot and he just happened to have the perfect replacement in the trunk of his car. What a guy!

 

Dr Nina Tan posted on 12/23/18

Dear Joanna , I recall visiting you and have memory of seeing the deep loving moments you shared with Gregory. My sincere condolence. Please take care. Best Regards. Nina

 

Peter Goh posted on 12/22/18

Dear Uncle Tony, Auntie Kim, Annette,Jo, Chris and your families, I’m so sorry to hear about your loss of Greg and wanted you all to know you’re in my thoughts. I have only short memories of Greg when we were all young boys in Singapore, but they are pleasant ones. Keep well. Love Peter & family

 

 

Joy Yim posted on 12/22/18

I have been blessed for having Greg as my Friend . He has touched me in countless ways. Thank you Aunty Kim and Uncle Tony for opening your home to me . Greg & I have had wonderful times and crazy adventures growing up together with selfless, Jo . I can just see Greg smiling ! Love Joy

 

Rich Kass posted on 12/22/18

My condolences on passing of Otto. May he rest in peace.

 

Gene Ladendorf posted on 12/21/18

Art was a special leader when I was Superintendent of Lutheran Schools. I also appreciated his friendship and good humor when I served at Grace, Menonomee Falls. We also shared our love for the Cubs - even though Art was the ultimate fan! I regret that we are with our daughter and family for Christmas in Missouri and will be unable to pay our respects tomorrow. God’s Blessings and Peace to Art’s family and friends

 

Donna Cadd posted on 12/21/18

Tony & Kim, are so sorry for you loss. Greg now has his angel wings to fly high, Love Donna & George, we will miss seeing him.

 

Julie Turkoske posted on 12/21/18

Tony and Kim, I am sorry for your loss and Heaven's gain. What a beautiful light Greg shone on earth. I will keep you all in my prayers.

 

Mary Rogers posted on 12/21/18

Mr. And Mrs. Goh, you ha've been the most marvelous parents I've had the privilege of meeting. You understood my grief when so needed you, and I can only hope that my words will aid in some small manner to alleviate your great pain. Bless you all.

 

Chee Heng posted on 12/21/18

I knew Greg since he was a little boy. He impressed me with the joy that were oftentimes expressed through his many smiles. Never once did I see him upset or sad. It told so much of himself and the untiring care, limitless love and amazing graces that flowed to him from everyone around. Greg taught me much about love and prepared me well for the coming of my son who was born with the DS. Indeed Greg is in a better place. Mr and Mrs Goh, Greg will now be caring for you 7x7 from above. You have been his most amazing parents. No one can come anywhere close to your absolute devotion for Greg. Annette, Chris and Jo, I am sure the days will be different without your kid brother. Like Annette said, there will be a 'New Normal'. I can imagine that Greg is praising and worshiping His Almighty in the heavenly court with all the holy men and women. Yours is an amazing family. God's continued blessings be with you all! My deepest condolences to the Goh family. Chee Heng

 

Jon Genier posted on 12/21/18

My deepest sympathies to Peter's family. May the hope expressed at Job 14:13-15 give you some comfort for your great loss.

 

Bill and Barb Schlickman posted on 12/21/18

Dear Dave, Amy, James, & Sara, We are so sorry to here about Sylvia’s passing. James talked about her a lot & I know it meant a lot to James that Leo could meet his great gramma. So glad they got to spend time with her last weekend. Our thoughts & prayers to the family.

 

 

Tom and Marie Scannell posted on 12/20/18

Dear Dave and Amy, please accept our sympathy for the loss of your mom. You are both in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Millie Wilcox posted on 12/20/18

My sister’s father-in-law. A kind soul.

 

Jody Sethi posted on 12/20/18

Thinking of you and your family Kim at this most difficult time. My thoughts and prayers surround you. Hold tightly to your memories with Greg. The Lord will give you strength to hold up during this time until you meet again. Love & Hugs, Jody Sethi

 

Liz Davison posted on 12/20/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Virtual hugs are being sent your way.

 

Joy And Viva Thevathasan posted on 12/20/18

“Precious in the eyes of the Lord are the deaths of His saints.” Psalm 116:15. With these words, I picture Jesus with arms outstretched, welcoming Greg home. May He grant all of you comfort and reassurance in knowing that someday you will all be together again.

 

Karen Thornburg posted on 12/20/18

My prayers are with your family, Joanna.

 

Judy and Chet posted on 12/20/18

Greg is to be remembered for his courage, and strength, and his beautiful smile. He touched many lives to do the same:)

 

Tom Whalen posted on 12/20/18

Enjoyed playing fast pitch against & with Otto. He was a very good catcher & teammate.

 

Patty Bailey Spruce posted on 12/20/18

I am so sorry to discover we lost Marjorie. She was such an incredibly kind lady and was so good to Marie in her final years. They are together now in peace in Jesus's loving arms. I am very sorry for your families loss.

 

 

Annie Lee Siew Cheng posted on 12/20/18

Deepest condolences and warmest thoughts are with your family. "He makes all things beautiful in His time".

 

jill bylow mickey posted on 12/20/18

Peter, I always thought of you as my older brother and knew how wonderful your girlfriend/wife is!!! Somehow, I think of the Tortoise & Hare fable & you're the hare resting under that big oak tree dreaming of the finish line..." I have done my best in the race, I have run the full distance, and I have kept the faith". Love to your wonderful, supportive family.

 

John and Mary Beimborn posted on 12/20/18

Always enjoyed visiting with Otto and Marilyn. Enjoyable to be around with a smile and joking personality. Condolences to family.

 

Saif ali posted on 12/20/18

Cees i miss you so much..... You always looked at me more of a little brother whom you would always try to implement your wisdom on that you possesee way beyond your years..... I miss hanging out with you and always being able to call you no matter what..... Even if it took 16 times you would answer..... I wish i could call you because the world needs you but I know you were sent off for more important duties because your soul can change lives in the best most positive way possible..... I pray to the universe that you are okay and living a great new life better than the current one you previously were in... And I pray that the universe grants your family ease with the tragedy of your loving soul being gone...... Cees we still had to get much much closer but for what it was you will always be one of the. Most kindred souls on this planet and I'm always going to keep you in the back of my mind until that day we meet again..... I love you Cees and I will always have Georgie's and Stevie's back no matter If we had a falling out or not. Rest easy in whichever paradise you are inhibiting now. I hope I can see you in 70 years my friend

 

Lian and Gim posted on 12/19/18

Greg suffers no more pain, but the peace and fulfillment of the Holy Spirit. We share in your grief, but are comforted to know that Greg is at peace and is safe in the arms of Jesus.

 

Karen Kwek posted on 12/19/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God give you strength at this time of loss.

 

 

Nicole Markowski posted on 12/19/18

Greg changed my life with his smile!!!

 

 

Stacie Schmid posted on 12/19/18

Although I only knew Greg for only a short time, he touched me in a BIG way w/ his spirit & resilience.

 

 

Nicole Markowski posted on 12/19/18

His smile has changed my life forever!!!

 

Douglas & Patricia Schmidt posted on 12/19/18

To the family of Raymond Jacques: Our deepest sympathy & condolences. I have known ray since I was a young boy. He was always like an uncle to me. He was there for many of my life’s milestones. This includes high school graduation & when I got married. I have many fond memories of ray. Just a few were all the thunderbird outings as well as all our trips to Florida. I will truly miss you ray! AKA Uncle Ray to me!

 

Ford and Kathy Campbell posted on 12/19/18

Peter, will miss our annual spring walk around at Miller park and the breadth of conversation, and of course, will be missing you.

 

 

Sharon J Burtard posted on 12/19/18

Mr. Timm. Always a smile for everyone. What an amazing man. Forever missed as a big part of our family. God bless all of you. Mrs. Kaehne and Sharon

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 12/19/18

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Raymond's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Kathy jacques posted on 12/18/18

Ray was a ind hearted man. He could fix anything. Self made success. Great father husband and grandpa. We will miss him dearly.

 

RICK RADTKE posted on 12/18/18

JEAN WAS A LOVING AUNT AND A PILLAR OF GOD TO ALL.SHE WILL BE MISSED GREATLY

 

Noreen and Jerry Wheeless-Charlotte,NC posted on 12/18/18

Audrey-So sorry to find out about the passing of your grandson. Please accept our sincere condolences and know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless.

 

Chilian family posted on 12/18/18

Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. The bible assures us that our heavenly father is aware of our pain and he is near to the brokenhearted (Psalm 34:18). It also gives us the promise that there will be a resurrection and that God will bring an end to death once and for all (Revelation 21:4). It is our hope that the power of God’s Word will help to ease your sorrow as you cherish the loving memories you shared together.

 

Joyce Timm Witzel posted on 12/18/18

In memory of a great uncle, to Auntie Marilyn, and family . He will be sadly missed.Love , Jim and Joyce

 

Matt Stoffel posted on 12/18/18

Condolences, Timm family. Thoughts and prayers for your family.

 

Janice and Mark Nuernberg posted on 12/18/18

Our sympathy and prayers to your entire family during the time of sadness.

 

Steven Pielmeier posted on 12/17/18

Thank you Lord for your gift of Mr.Krafft in all of our lives! I still think back to Walther Memorial and his ministry there..... his leadership and guidance in our early years as children. As we apply his gifts to us as adults! Godspeed Mr. Krafft!

 

Angelo Joseph Messina posted on 12/17/18

I was deeply saddened when I heard the news from my son Tony of the passing of his sister. My recollection of her was as a very sensitive and truly kind soul...she was most definitely special. My saddened heart goes out to her family and offer my loving support to them in their grief. Godspeed and the furtherance of her precious soul and spirit. AJJM

 

Diane Powers posted on 12/17/18

Thank you Mr. Kraft for teaching me and leading me closer to our Lord and Savior

 

Ray Biedrzycki posted on 12/17/18

A great man is reflected in his children. Sir, you did a great job. Rest in peace.

 

Susan Edgerton posted on 12/17/18

I am so saddened that John has left us. He was a good friend during a tough work experience many years ago. He was such a wonderful man that will be deeply missed. I am so sorry for your loss and would have been at his funeral if I had known.

 

Ted posted on 12/17/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

Gina Katzke posted on 12/17/18

"Love,like the ocean,is vast and forever,and sorrow,but a shadow that moves over the sea." Tom, Mary and Erik our sympathies to you and your entire family. Gina and Louie Katzke

 

Lois (Benes) Voelz posted on 12/16/18

Our condolences to the Lidtke family. We lived next door on 61st Street, and I remember Mrs. Lidtke was always friendly to all of the neighborhood children. She was always cheerful, positive and optimistic, no matter what. I remember that she worked in the Sewing & Fabric Department at Gimbels, and I thought that was neat. We sometimes saw her when we were at the store. -- Deepest sympathies to you all.

 

 

Kamryn Stoltz Emma's Freind posted on 12/16/18

I remember Sheila was very kind and caring there was never one moment that she was mean she kept me super smiling. Not very many people can do that except Emma Zenner and Sheila

 

Gene R. Brunner posted on 12/16/18

Thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time. Gene Brunner and the Bereavement Ministry members of Blessed Savior Parish.

 

Dan Stoney posted on 12/16/18

very nice and appropriate,-awesome!

 

Dan stone posted on 12/16/18

`very nice-awesome even...my condolences to family and friends

 

Dan stone posted on 12/16/18

awesome,just awesome!

 

Kari Presnell posted on 12/15/18

As my Milwaukee family celebrates Mom's life there, I can only be with them in spirit. But I want to tell a couple good stories about her. Blizzard of 78- January 79. I am coming back from NYC on the train, and she drove through that blizzard to get me at the Milwaukee train station. Mama Bear never leaves a cub behind LOL. We drove back to the house and the snow had drifted back into the driveway, blocking the way in. Dad came out and informed me that if I wanted in, I had to shovel my way in. Kathy Brovelli, Ann Asplund Kurtz and I did just that, and then Mom wrapped me in one of those blankets with the snaps, the early version of the Snuggy, and gave me s big cup of hot cocoa with Peppermint Schnapps... Also circa 1979. Kat and I were headed to see Rocky Horror, and Mom was busy making us toast to take along, and also gave us 3 or 4 rolls of toilet paper. Essentials, dontchaknow. Dad comes in the room and says, ""Mary, what the hell is all the toast for??" She says, in true Mom fashion, "I don't know, Don, they just need alot of toast!! And toilet paper!" He puts on the original WTF expression...and shakes his head and just laughs as he leaves the room... I adored them both. Everything I know about being Mama Bear came from her. Mary and Don were so good to me, and I will be forever grateful for their presence in my life. They are together again now, I hope.

 

Sheryl Leonard-Schneck posted on 12/15/18

Tom and family, So sorry and sad to learn of your loss. There are no words, his memory will live forever.

 

Vicki And Tom Kuharske posted on 12/15/18

Our condolences to Bob’’s family and friends. May your faith comfort each of you at this time.

 

Harvey Singleton posted on 12/15/18

My deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

Harvey Singleton posted on 12/15/18

My deepest condolences to you and your family your time of loss.

 

Jeri and Ken posted on 12/15/18

Dear Ann, Bruce, Alyssa, Danielle and the entire Asplund family. It has been our privilege to know Mary, and she will be missed by the entire Enk family. Through the years we have known each other, you have embraced us all. Mary is free from pain and suffering, and once again with Don. She is happy. May you find peace in your hearts, With love to all,

 

Nicole Streblow posted on 12/15/18

I was writing out our Christmas card in hopes Anita would get our family card. She lived next door to my grandparents home in New Berlin and my sister and I would stop to visit. She was a great story teller and baker. I'll never forget the story she told about having to leave her home in Germany and take whatever belongings they could carry in a short amount of time. The memory of that story is forever in my mind and always made me look up to her for braving that hardship. I also remember her strong accent which I loved. The angels took a wonderful and caring person and I know she'll be looking down from above. Miss you, Anita ❤️

 

Cynthia Stittleburg posted on 12/14/18

Just thinking about Tracy's dad as being a nice dad and grandfather to all of his grandchildren and having the experience of getting to know him when we all got invited to some of the activities.

 

 

Deborah Vaughn posted on 12/14/18

My uncle Max, my mom's older brother. He was a man among men. I loved him very much. Give everyone a kiss for me and tell them I love and miss them.

 

Christine Lohmiller posted on 12/14/18

We were so sorry to hear of Uncle Ed's passing, please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Our sincere sympathy goes out to all of you. As you have requested, we will be sending a donation to the Alzheimer's and Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin from all of the children of Edward and Florence Gugliatto. God Bless, Christine Lohmiller

 

Suzy Rasmussen posted on 12/14/18

So sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Bonds posted on 12/14/18

Sorry for your loss.Stay strong.From The Bonds Family many many years ago .Connie and family .

 

Geneva Moore posted on 12/14/18

Sorry for your loss. I will pray for you guys during this difficult time.

 

Valerie Cross posted on 12/14/18

My condolences to my Aunt Pearl and Family . My Prayers and thoughts are with you all. Love Valerie

 

Larry & Vanessa posted on 12/14/18

Spencer, We were in shock to hear that your dear Lindsay had passed away. We know that this is extremely difficult to deal with. You need strength and you also need to fortify your children. What will help is knowing that God cares for you. This is brought out at 2Cor 1:3,4 That reads 3.”Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, 4 who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God”. Also God promises that we will be reunited with our loved ones right here on a paradise earth with no more sickness or death. Spencer this may be a new thought for you. I am sending you a link to a one minute video that explains how this is possible. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/videos/#en/mediaitems/AllVideos/pub-imv_4_VIDEO Our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this most difficult time in your life.

 

Cheryl posted on 12/13/18

Sorry for your loss. I'm going to miss lydia.aka grandma.

 

Autumn posted on 12/13/18

I came to know this wonderful woman through my sister, her granddaughter Tomieko. I attended almost every family function you can name. I always remember her smiling & laughing. Although I'm not related by blood she never ever made me feel unwelcomed. She had a big heart and a kind spirit. When you lose someone there's no such thing as knowing the "right" thing to say to the loved ones left behind. Find comfort in knowing her suffering is over, you were blessed to have her in your life as a mother, sister, aunt, and grandmother. My deepest condolences & sympathies are with you during this time. I pray each day your tears become fewer but you find peace and comfort in your memories of her. Rest in Heaven

 

 

Janis V. Jagodzinski posted on 12/13/18

Had not hear from Carol in the last few months. We became friends while she was living in Baltimore, MD. She was a good friend and we spoke every couple of months. She is and always will be a good friend and I was sorry to find out that she had passed.

 

DONALD FRYER posted on 12/13/18

SANDY AND I SEND OUR DEEPEST CONDOLENCE, WE ARE SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, YOU ARE ALL IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.

 

Miller family posted on 12/13/18

George was part of our home fellowship in days gone by. His new address is Heaven!

 

Ruth Schneider posted on 12/13/18

My sympathy and prayers go out to you, Cathy, and your mom and family. Love, Ruth.

 

Cheryl posted on 12/13/18

Sorry for your lost.im going to miss her.

 

Nathan Scott posted on 12/13/18

My deepest sympathy for the loss of your loved one and close friend. May the words at Revelation 21:4 bring you great comfort.

 

Nathan Scott posted on 12/13/18

My deepest sympathy for the loss of your loved one and close friend. May the words at Revelation 21:4 bring you great comfort.

 

Nathan Scott posted on 12/13/18

I am truly sorry for the loss of your loved one and dear friend. May the words at Revelation 21:4 bring you great comfort. N. Scott

 

Jodi Huppertz posted on 12/13/18

You were the best Mother-in-law I could of asked for. You spoiled your Grandson Erik and loved him more than life it self. You always were kind to me even when I wasn't a part of your family any more. You taught me how to make your dressing for Thanksgiving and your famous $500.00 fudge. I love you and miss you. I know you are up in Heaven and I will see you again. Love Jodi Huppertz

 

Tamara Wilder posted on 12/13/18

My deepest condolence to the Family, You all are in my prayers

 

Tamara Wilder posted on 12/13/18

Great memory growing up as a kid, I was at her house everyday, playing with my daughters, Great cook, Yes I was there Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner, I love watching her getting ready for any event. The whole out fit is set out down to the jewelry and shoes, during her make up and styling her hair. She had a big heart for friends and Family. I love you Ms. Hawthorne you will be missed dearly. May You Rest In Heaven.

 

Mrs. Marsh posted on 12/13/18

My deepest respects to the family for the loss of your dear love one. May each of you find peace through God's promises at Revelation 21:3,4 https://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/dead-live-again/

 

Janice Hawtthorne posted on 12/13/18

I will truly miss my mother. She taught me so much. I will miss spending time with her. Even in the end, she still managed to wave her hands to music. I will never forget spending those final moments. I love you mama.

 

Mary L. Bartley posted on 12/12/18

JoAnn, Rachel, Tracy, your families, and especially the grandchildren. Losing someone you love so deeply hurts so badly that you can hardly breath for awhile. Chuck was such an easy man to like. He always had interesting things to say. I especially remember good conversations at our grandkids softball games and at all the other events we attended to celebrate a grandchild's event. Chuck and I shared the same birthday. I was hoping to celebrate today, Dec. 12th, with him. As family, we sometimes arranged to get together to do just that. But, It wasn't to be, and today is very different and difficult because of that. The thing that comforts me is to know in my heart that he is now already born into a new life and that one day we will all see him again. That is the promise God gave us and I will trust in that and always celebrate my birthday with Chuck in mind. Until we meet again, Happy Birthday, Chuck. You will always be remembered and deeply loved by so very many family members and friends. You had lots of those!!!!

 

MERLE DUBIN posted on 12/12/18

Hi JoAnn, Please know that I am thinking of you and know that you are loved ! Merle

 

gary spotts posted on 12/12/18

I will miss larrys laugh when he won a game of cards. larry will be missed. i am sorry I miss his funeral but I just had surgery. If I can do anything for you please call.

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 12/12/18

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations make in Joyce's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Jean *Kenney* Schulze posted on 12/12/18

Barb and family. So sorry for your loss. I hope your memories give you comfort. God Bless you all

 

Kathy Freeman posted on 12/12/18

What a remarkable life and legacy that will continue for generations through his children and theirs.

 

Mrs. Marsh posted on 12/12/18

Please accept this message of encouragement found at John 5:28,29. My deepest respects to the family for the loss of your dear love one. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/dead-live-again/

 

Becca Arpin posted on 12/11/18

Love you Ann! Thinking of you, Bruce, the girls and your whole family during this difficult time. Keeping you close to our hearts!

 

Antania Nash posted on 12/11/18

I have been good friends with Anita for over 15 years and word's can't express how much I miss her. My prayer's are with her daughter, grandchildren, family and friends. I pray that God comfort you all during this difficult time. I remember every time we would talk since the day she found out that she was sick she would always tell me "Antania, it is in God's hands and I am healed." Anita you have gained your wings and now you can fly high as your soul Rest In Peace. I miss you and I love you so much. Continue to watch over me and Tyler until we meet again!

 

Ken & Lynda Horgen posted on 12/11/18

Dear JoAnn, Rachel, & Tracy Our hearts were saddened today when we learned of Chuck's passing . Remember and cherish all the the laughs and tears you shared and let them comfort you . He will be missed but not forgotten. Sincerely.......Ken & Lynda

 

Tameeka brookshire posted on 12/11/18

This is Da’veah mother tameeka brookshire I appreciate everything you guys said the words touch my heart thanks so god bless u guys ❤️

 

Christie C posted on 12/11/18

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

 

Karen Pochinski posted on 12/10/18

The stars shine brighter tonight my heart goes out to everyone who knew and Loved her especially her Beautiful children may God Bless them

 

Rob & Deb Ringquist posted on 12/10/18

We are so saddened to hear of Chuck's passing. Joann please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. He was a wonderful man, and he will be missed dearly by all who knew and loved him. May God bless you and your family.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 12/10/18

To the Ibach family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one Les.Very soon Jesus Christ will resurrect the loved ones we have lost in death back to life Acts 24:15; John 5:28, 29, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5.

 

Ron Kuchenreuther posted on 12/9/18

What a beautiful ceremony in tribute to my best friend! Overwhelmed today to see a great tribute to a hero....two Purple Hearts! Ron Kuchenreuther

 

Dawn M Hansen posted on 12/9/18

With deepest sympathies to the entire Galang family. I worked with Dr Galang many years at Elmbrook Memorial as the Clinical Nurse Director of the 5 th Floor. A very kind gentle man. He will be missed.

 

Robert Goran posted on 12/9/18

I am so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Chauncey, and your mom.

 

Marion Jimerson posted on 12/9/18

I’m so sorry for your loss.You and you family have our most sincere condolences. May you be lifted up in prayer during this time.

 

Ted Harry posted on 12/9/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

Ted Harry posted on 12/9/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

Sarah Roche posted on 12/8/18

He was my beloved brother. Loved and admired for his courage, strength, and determination. I remember so many things about this wonderful man. He was my best friend, my dearest buddy, and my competitor as a child and teenager and probably as an adult! I will forever miss this most courageous, and wonderful man.

 

Lynda and Dave Eicher posted on 12/8/18

Chuck was our next door neighbor for decades. What a kind and caring man. Our family sends our heartfelt condolences to the Stabenfeldt family.

 

B.D. posted on 12/8/18

I’m so sorry about the loss of Miguel. My deepest condolences goes out to the family. May “the God of tender mercies” comfort you all at this time of sorrow. (2Cor.1:3,4)

 

Jon, Anne and Charlie Walton posted on 12/8/18

One of the most beautiful, special, caring, thoughtful, loving person I know! We are truly blessed to have had such a special man in our family! Pat was such good and faithful servant. We smile knowing he will have a beautiful Christmas with Jesus! I can hear his wonderful laugh in heaven. Love him so!

 

Aimee Hilliard posted on 12/8/18

My prayers and thoughts are with the Galang Family as you celebrate the life of Dr. Galang.

 

Toya L Walls posted on 12/8/18

I am very sorry for the loss of Doctor Miguel Galang. May the God of all comfort be with your family during this difficult time. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, "that there will be a resurrection". For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 12/8/18

In this sorrowful time, I would like to extend to you my heartfelt condolences. May God comfort your family during this difficult time. The Bible calls God "the source of life" at Psalm 36:9. The God who gave life to all of us is certainly capable of restoring life to someone who has died. For further information, please visit jw.org. Sincerely Deborah

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 12/8/18

In this sorrowful time, I would like to extend to you my heartfelt condolences. May God comfort your family during this difficult time. The Bible calls God "the source of life" at Psalm 36:9. The God who gave life to all of us is certainly capable of restoring life to someone who has died. For further information, please visit jw.org. Si

 

 

Cynthia Stittleburg posted on 12/8/18

Tracy, your dad was one of the nicest guys that you and your whole family could ever have. He was a friend to anyone who knew him and always nice to talk to. Even my dad liked your dad as well. He will be sadly missed by everyone who knew him, especially all the grandchildren, they all loved their grandpavery much.

 

Toya L Walls posted on 12/8/18

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Diamond family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. May Jehovah the God of all comfort be with your family. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15 "that there will be a resurrection". For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 12/8/18

The loss of someone dear to us is never easy, but may you take comfort in the fact that you are surrounded by people that love and care for you. No matter how long our loved ones may have lived, they leave behind a void in our hearts. The Bible promises at Revelation 21:4, that soon "death and pain will be no more." Further information, please visit jw.org Sincerely Deborah

 

Rod Yamat & Yamat Family posted on 12/8/18

Our deepest condolences to the Galang Family. I have the fondest childhood memories of Dr. Galang and his larger than life laughter as he entertained us children at Grant Park when the families got together. I cried with my dad when we shared memories of Dr. Galang. I know he's not resting in peace as that's not his style. He's got wings now and he is entertaining all the angels with his laughter.

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 12/8/18

Please accept this sincere note of sympathy regarding the loss of Jacqueline M. Service. May these few words ease your pain. No matter how long our loved ones may have lived, they leave behind a void in our hearts. The Bible promises at Revelation 21:4, that soon "death and pain will be no more." For further information, please visit jw.org Sincerely Deborah

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 12/8/18

Prayers and fond memories are what you have to remember of Lawrence Diamond. May the love of family and friends comfort you during these difficult days. My most heartfelt condolences go out to your family. Jesus promised at John 5:28, 29 "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org. Sincerely Deborah

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 12/8/18

May fond memories of Anita Maria Lewis bring you comfort during this difficult time in your life. Look back on all the good memories you were able to have and smile at the fact that you were able to share these with your loved one. My heart and prayer go out to your family. Jehovah God longs to bring back those who are in his memory and to see them live again. The Bible calls God "the source of life" at Psalm 36:9. For further information, please visit jw.org. Sincerely Deborah

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 12/8/18

Please accept this sincere note of sympathy regarding the loss of Patrick Raymond Brusda. May these few words ease your pain. No matter how long our loved one may have lived, they leave behind a void in our hearts. The Bible promises at Revelation 21:4, that soon "death and pain will be no more." For further information, please visit jw.org. Sincerely Deborah

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 12/8/18

Sorry for ur lost in writing a condolence I added the wrong name. Please forgive me. My deepest sympathy goes out to Charles Curtis Stabenfeldt family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. May Jehovah the God of all comfort be with your family. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org. Sincerely Deborah

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 12/8/18

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Nick Finch family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. May Jehovah the God of all comfort be with your family. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org. Sincerely Deborah

 

Deborah Lewis posted on 12/8/18

I am very sorry for the loss of Miguel Trinidad Galang M.D. May the God of all comfort be with your family during this difficult time. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org. Sincerely Deborah

 

Mikki Carping posted on 12/7/18

I am sending prayers for your family. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Kenyatta Mickey posted on 12/7/18

Sending my prayers to Harriett and family during this difficult time.

 

Craig Pelnar posted on 12/7/18

My most sincere condolences at this time of loss. May God hold all of you in His comforting arms...

 

Craig Pelnar posted on 12/7/18

Dr. Galang was my Doctor after Dr. Thomas Garland. So sorry for your loss-he was always so kind...

 

ALICIA CHAMBERS and Family(Bizzy Beez) posted on 12/7/18

My deepest sympathy to the Galang Family. What a beautiful legacy!

 

Tommy Darensbourg posted on 12/7/18

My sincere condolences to Miguel and all his wonderful Galang family and loved ones. Dr. Galang was indeed larger than life and applied his professional skills, heartfelt concerns, and indubitable influence toward the betterment of his native people and the wider community. What a true gift he was to everyone! May God bless the labors of his life and bring sweet comfort and peace to all who loved, worked with, and respected Dr. Galang.

 

Bev posted on 12/7/18

Wishing your family much peace at this time. We are blessed to know Sandy and Ken through our church Our Shepherd Lutheran Church. We never had the opportunity to meet Hazel but We can see a lot of Hazel through Sandy. It’s amazing how much they resemble one another :-) From everything We’ve heard about Hazel, she sounded like the ultimate example of a Godly woman, and We’re am grateful to have heard stories about her and we know she is in the presence of the Lord exactly where she is meant to be at this time. She lived an incredibly full and long life. May the memories sustain you at this time & until you all meet again, find laughter and smile with the blessed memories! The Schrieder Family Randy, Beverly & William

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 12/7/18

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Miquel's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

 

Phyllis Oreamuno posted on 12/7/18

My deepest sympathy to Dr. Galang’s family. I had the pleasure of meeting him at Evelina and Chauncy’s wedding. I heard him okay beautiful music at the church. I also have seen some of his amazing art work in Evelina’s and Chauncy’s home. He was such a talented man. Dr. Galang lived the good life. May he Rest In Peace

 

 

Teresita posted on 12/7/18

Teresita Galang Malonzo TALAMISAN

 

Molle Schneider posted on 12/7/18

So sorry for your loss , Pat was a classmate of mine in Kewaunee. Thought and prayers for your family.

 

 

Carmelita Galang Malonzo Principe posted on 12/7/18

Cacang Narding Rest In Peace now and May Perpetual Light shine upon you. We love you and you will be greatly missed. To Ate Glo and to the whole Galang clan sending you our love, prayers and sincere condolences. Please take care

 

Babbi Young posted on 12/6/18

Peggy was a very smart, professional woman who loved her kitties and loved to travel. She was always fun in high school and I'm so glad we were able to get together with other high school gals these the last few years. We will miss her, her laugh and smile.

 

Diane and Mike Konko. posted on 12/6/18

Barb and family, Our sympathy and prayers for you and your family in the loss of Pat.

 

Mike and Stephanie Walecka posted on 12/6/18

Barb and Family sorry for your loss.

 

Logan posted on 12/6/18

What a colorful and exciting life he led. He did have a great booming voice - especially with that deep Kapampangan accent. LOL! Many of us should strive to be more like him. This is not a loss you guys, this is a next step. With love from the Philippines, Logan.

 

Nene Villago posted on 12/6/18

Condolence from the Villago Family

 

Peggy Kleczka posted on 12/6/18

Barb and Family- Fred and I are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Dan and Nancy Verdegan posted on 12/6/18

Barb and Family, our deepest sympathy for the loss of Pat. Dan and I have fond memories of both of you in our younger years. Stay strong and Hugs for all.

 

Dan and Nancy Verdegan posted on 12/6/18

Barb and Family our deepest sympathy in the loss of Pat. Dan and I have fond memories of younger years with both of you. Stay strong....hugs for all.

 

Mary Jean Scholz posted on 12/6/18

So sorry to hear of Bill's passing. He was such a great guy and a lot of fun, too. He will be missed by all who knew him.

 

Kevin and Margaret McWey posted on 12/6/18

What an awesome legacy. A remarkable influence on our community and a great family. Condolences and God Bless.

 

John Oldfield posted on 12/6/18

Saddened to here of your loss, to the Silbernagel family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

 

Karen schlafman posted on 12/6/18

Words cannot express my sadness and sense of deep loss For my close friend Nick. The world has truly lost a great one. A kinder soul with a unique sense of humor and the ability to always find good in everyone is something I know he will be carrying on with him. I wish for strength and peace for Debbie and her entire family.

 

Angela DeHart posted on 12/6/18

I’m so sorry for your loss.... Agnes was such a kind person and is fondly remembered by all of her friends and relatives on Brown Ridge in Elliott County, KY. May God bring comfort to her family and friends.

 

Camille Devaux posted on 12/5/18

I really liked that you mentioned the importance of checking the dates of other family members. Making sure that you are all able to gather around for the event is helpful. My best friend might like knowing this as she looks into helping a loved one plan funeral services.

 

Maureen Montgomery posted on 12/5/18

Pat was always so interesting to talk with, and I always treasured my visits to their home. He was such an easygoing person and host, making sure you feel right at ease, He will be missed, and my deepest sympathies go out to Barb, and their family / friends. Blessings, Maureen Blessings,

 

Matt Brenner posted on 12/5/18

I remember seeing him play social d and blue oyster cult at our schools talent show. Was an awesome performance. Wish I would have kept in touch, RIP Colin.

 

John Abplanalp posted on 12/5/18

Bob, will be missed. He was such an easy going guy. Very easy to talk too and always treated others as an equal. The universe now has another angel. He and Pat are back together.

 

John Hughes posted on 12/4/18

Today, at the Milwaukee Insurance retirees monthly luncheon, we remembered Henry, who came to our gatherings often until recently. He was such a fine gentleman and a great professional in our industry. As a fellow veteran of the Korean War, I enjoyed talking with him about his service there. He will be missed by all of us who knew him during our years at the company.

 

C Hoffmeier posted on 12/4/18

I was sad to hear the news of your fathers passing especially during this time of year god bless you and your family

 

Maggie B posted on 12/4/18

Ann and family, I have been thinking of you and praying you will be strong during this new journey you are traveling. Joe was such a gentle, kind, generous man who willingly offered me advice including how to deal with our aging. This morning at the WAC, I ached with missing him. And, Ann, we certainly miss you. Be patient with yourselves.

 

Kathy Lake posted on 12/4/18

Margaret, This is Kathy, from many Y classes that we take together. I am so, so sorry for this loss. Losing a child of any age is such a heartbreak. My thoughts are with you and your family.

 

Mary Levenhagen posted on 12/4/18

I just found out this wonderful person has passed on. She taught our son in the Early Education program at Irving. His precise disability does not matter other than to say that his prognosis was very bleak. However, he completed college and now has a job as a computer programmer. Yes, there have been struggles and there will continue to be more in the years ahead. But Cindy Vitale and others at Irving who were a part of her team made all the difference. They gave my son a better life. She's in heaven.

 

Mary Levenhagen posted on 12/4/18

 

Beth O'Sullivan posted on 12/4/18

Dear Tom, Margaret, Shannon and Aidan, I have been trying for days to come up with the right words and those words are failing me. I cannot even conceive of a summer where I do not see Colin and am able to catch up with his exploits or to see that little half-smile of his. No one who knew him will ever be able to forget him. My love, thoughts and prayers for all of you. Beth

 

Louise MInton posted on 12/4/18

Midge and Tom, Our deepest sympathies. The loss of such a bright spark of love and joy makes the world a little darker for all who knew him. We can only imagine your grief and sorrow. We hope time and remembering the crazy and wonderful things Colin brought to your life will eventually help ease the pain. With all our love, Louise & Brian Minton

 

Karen Holbach Olson & Tom Olson posted on 12/4/18

Our sincere condolences and prayers at this difficult time.

 

Katie Czerwinski posted on 12/3/18

I am honored to have cared for Ann. She was my friend and I loved spending time with her. My condolences to her family and loved ones. May she rest in peace.

 

 

Robin (DeHart) Thornsberry posted on 12/3/18

Sorry to hear of the passing of Agnes. Agnes was a dear friend of all the Dehart’s on Brown Ridge. I will always remember how kind Agnes was to everyone.

 

 

Tina Ennocenti posted on 12/3/18

How sad. I was a friend of his in our post high school days. He was a great person. Very sorry to all.

 

Gayle Beamon posted on 12/3/18

Cousin Volina and my mom were very close and have been since childhood. It was always a joy to see her. She was very classy and always dressed to the show how much class she really had. Her conversations were enlightening and humorous. We will miss her dearly and know that she is no longer suffering. May God continue to give our family the strength to accept her absence in our earthly lives.

 

Doris Estes posted on 12/3/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Virginia's family at this difficult time. God bless you all. Hugs and Love, Russ and Doris Estes

 

Kathy Headson posted on 12/3/18

Such a great guy, he will be missed. Bill contributed so much to the lives of so many, I am grateful for the friendship and blessings that came my way because I knew him. God's speed—the guys are waiting. Until we meet again.

 

Dave and Suzie Bozman posted on 12/3/18

With loving memories of Uncle Henry!

 

Chris C posted on 12/3/18

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

Anne Bartelt posted on 12/2/18

Oh, Margaret and Tom, my heart goes out to you and your family! I don't know what to say, except that I will be keeping Colin and you in my heart, in my prayers, and in my thoughts. I pray that God will enfold Colin in His loving arms and relieve him of all his earthly hurts, and that God will walk with you in your sorrow. Know you are loved.

 

 

Dawn LaVia posted on 12/2/18

Sorry for your loss of son Colin. A great sadness has befallen your family. In these times we draw strength from each other to keep his memory alive. You are in our thoughts.

 

Barbara Howze posted on 12/2/18

Go with God Volina, My prayers and condolences to the family, Love Barbara Howze family(cousins)

 

Barbara Bourne posted on 12/2/18

Heartfelt condolences to the Fields family. We go way back and we have all been where you guys are at this moment. Stay strong and hold on to God’s unchanging hands. Love and prayers!!

 

Brandon Edwards posted on 12/2/18

Knew Colin since High School. He will be missed. Rest easy.

 

Angela DeHart posted on 12/2/18

Agnes was such a wonderful person......I have such fond memories of her; she was always so kind to me. I grew up on Brown Ridge, and her entire family has a special place in my heart.

 

B. Daniels posted on 12/1/18

I’m so sorry I the loss of James. My deepest condolences goes out to the family. May “the God of tender mercies” comfort you all at this time of sorrow. (2Cor.1:3,4)

 

Domonique Williams posted on 12/1/18

My condolences to the family. May Jehovah God "surround and comfort" you through this great loss to your family (Psalm 71:21). Until he fulfills his promise to reunite us with our loved ones through a resurrection, may you find peace of mind in knowing that he cares deeply for you (John 5:28, 29)(1 Peter 5:7).

 

Dale E Hodgson posted on 12/1/18

My condolences to the Schneider family members. I went to grade school and high school with Peggy. Shopped many a time on the family store with my parents.

 

Patricia Wilson posted on 11/30/18

My heart is heavy butt my soul rejoices because Mother Cannon received her crown and her place in heaven. I will truly miss her smile, compassion and encouraging words. Until we meet again I will cherish the times we have had together. Love Sis Wilson

 

 

Jeana Hanus posted on 11/30/18

I never really known Marie at all. I would see her with her sisters at some family parties and I would go say hello once in a big while. I feel awfully sorry for her loving family and friends that have to deal with such grief. She was a nice person, I remember one thing that would bright up my mind: Her eyes. I would lock eyes with her at some parties and see joy and love in her eyes. She looked like she thought she was the most Luckiest person to have such a nice family. Back then when I was little I was shy but now that I'm older and now a freshman, I wish to have talked to her more. I will no longer look at my middle name as annoying, but I will think of it as of Marie living on.I give my biggest condolences.- Jeana Marie Hanus

 

Irma Torres posted on 11/30/18

My deepest condolences to the Hegwood family, worked for the family at CCI. May he Rest In Peace

 

 

Manu & Diane Thacker posted on 11/30/18

"What an amazing beautiful lady, and remarkable life... We feel lucky to have known Trudy. She will be missed by many. So sorry for your loss....( I know Heaven has another Angel) .

 

Bob Mahoney posted on 11/30/18

Henrik was always larger than life - his love for everyone and everything filled the room. If you knew him, you probably think of him often. His spirit is stronger than anyone I've ever known. They say we live on in the memories of others. Some of my decisions are based on examples from Henrik. Many experiences remind me of Henrik. I'll bet this is happening all around the world with thousands of people many times every day. Henrik lives on in a huge, wonderful way. The sun never sets on the shadows and echoes of his incredible soul. R.I.P. my dear friend... You live on forever in all of our hearts.

 

Christine Kritner & family posted on 11/30/18

Our deepest sympathy to Rosanne, Karen, Ed, and Bob Hanus during this very difficult time. Marie was such a special person and the kind of friend that anyone could ever hope for. She had a great sense of humor, showed kindness and sincerity and could always be counted on to give an honest thoughtful opinion when asked, Marie was a very genuine and generous person and would go the extra mile to help out when needed. I will always remember Marie as a very dear friend and was lucky enough to have had her in my life over the past 36 years. She will be thought of often with many fond memories.

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 11/30/18

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Barbara's name will be put to use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Katherine and Ralph Spano posted on 11/30/18

Keith, Terri and the entire Balash Family: Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family on the loss of Bonita. We are praying that God will give you the peace and comfort you need at this time.

 

Pat Tomczyk posted on 11/30/18

Lovely Lady - Such class and dignified..We were so luck to have her live [email protected] Compass Point a short time.......

 

Ruth Warner posted on 11/30/18

Dear Family, Our thoughts are with you all!! Wish we could be there with you at this time of your loss. We are thankful for the comfort we have in Christ. He is the greatest comfort we have at times like this!! with our sympathy and care, Ruth Warner

 

Cindy Frederick Reed posted on 11/29/18

Our heartfelt condolence to the Field's Family. It was always happy moments to sit and chat with JW. I never forgot on a visit with JW, he was at his proudest moment admiring the greens he planted in his front yard in the city..I told him, he was not in the Kiln. He said, "all the neighbors wanted some greens". So, there were no complaints. JW left the Kiln, but never forgot his hometown and family. Love you JW..Rest peacefully Cuz. Your work here is done and your journey has just started.

 

Cindy Frederick Reed posted on 11/29/18

Our heartfelt condolence to the Field's Family. It was always happy moments to sit and chat with JW.

 

Leotis & Shirley Gordon posted on 11/29/18

To Gloria and family. Our prayers and thoughts are with all of you . We will always be near if you need us. May God bless you and give you strength at this difficult time.. Love you .

 

 

Shirley Frederick-Gordon posted on 11/29/18

Many fond memories of a very special cousin ,who was like a brother to me throughout life. Love you dearly. God loved you more. . Rest in peace JW.❤

 

Truley Patterson posted on 11/29/18

I can't imagine what you must be feeling right now, but I want you to know that I am just a phone call away if there is anything I can do to help you get through this. My heartfelt condolences.

 

Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti posted on 11/29/18

I worked with Vivian at Milwaukee County Department of Social Welfare on Vliet St. She was a delight to work with and a strong adversary for the rights of the workers. Vivian showed her love for Scripture often and this gave me an opportunity to express along with her the truths contained in the Bible for everyday living. Her love and kindness for others stands as a testament for who she was. I cry for her lost, at the same time I draw comfort from the resurrection hope, that I will see my friend again. Acts 24:15 To the Mc Lemore family “May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and gave everlasting comfort and good hope by means of underserved kindness, comfort your hearts and make you fir.” 2 Thessalonians 2:16, 17 Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti, and John Presutti of East Hartford, CT 06108

 

Leonard Popp posted on 11/29/18

Mike and Family, We are so sorry for your lose. The tribute you prepared was very moving and showed what a loving family you have. I most remember the time, some years ago, when you and Barb introduced us to your newly acquired grocery store. It was such a new venture and I know Desmond also had a hand in doing some cooling maintenance and shelving preparation. My earliest memory of Barb and her siblings was when they visited me in Texas back during my service time. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

 

Ted Harry posted on 11/29/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

Ted Harry posted on 11/29/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

 

Shirley Main posted on 11/29/18

May you Rest In Peace beautiful lady. You will truly be missed by your grand daughters and great grand daughter and so many friends. Enjoy your ever after life with your beloved Mike.

 

Bobbi Witherow posted on 11/29/18

My deepest sympathies to the family at their loss. I will always remember the wonderful times Marie and I shared as children. May the memories of her smile and laughter give you strength and peace at this difficult time.

 

Sandy Ryan posted on 11/28/18

My sympathies are with you, Betsy as you experience this difficult and sad time. I'm sorry for your loss. You are a wonderful professional friend and can count on me in the healing process for talking and moral support.

 

Craig Miller posted on 11/28/18

I was saddened to hear about Fred, but then remembered all the shifts we worked together at the Police Dept. and all the information and experience he passed on to me and all the other Officers. Which included the importance of family.

 

Carie Wolfgram posted on 11/28/18

What a sweet woman, I am glad to have met her and had the privilege to get to know her. She was patient and kind and my sincerest condolences to Susan, Tammy, and the entire family.

 

Prophetess Arbe Woods-Brooks posted on 11/28/18

Sister Ella Cannon had a great giving heart. She gave me a beautiful black studded two piece suit. We worked together with the Sunshine Band at First Trinitu COGIC in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

 

Susan Fetter posted on 11/28/18

Barb from the moment we met we could always connect! It didn’t matter the subject matter! You were always easy to talk too,also so very talented with your crafts in the day! I don’t think there wasn’t much you couldn’t do. You and Mike were so made for each other(soulmates) Thank You for making him happy and him making you happy. I don’t think either one of you was ever mad at each other. A very special couple.You were both great parents and grandparents! You will be greatly missed but you will be in our memories and in our hearts forever until we all meet againThank You for being a great friend and sister-law

 

Elizabeth Hanus posted on 11/28/18

I'm so sorry for the family and friends for your loss and sadness. Marie had the most genuine heart and generous spirit and she will be so dearly missed. Marie made everyone she met feel welcome and happy. She had such sincerity along with a fun sense of humor. She was well loved and well liked by all. My deepest condolences to you.

 

Mark Rausch posted on 11/28/18

Barb, you were a dear sister-in-law. You were witty, and a straight talker. I enjoyed working with you and Mike, at the River View Market. You will be missed by the Rausch Family, especially at the gatherings, you always were a good trooper. We will truly miss you. Brother-in-law Mark.

 

Kim Hilgers posted on 11/28/18

Deloris was a lovely, fun, beautiful aunt. We are sad she is gone from this life but glad for her wonderful influence that lives on in each of us. Sending our love and sympathy to her precious family.

 

 

Estelle kolarits posted on 11/28/18

My deepest condolences to june’s Family,love and prayers. Estelle. My dear sister June ,I know you are with mom now. We had such a short time together, I cherish every moment of it. I miss you very much. Till we meet again. With love your sister estelle

 

RAJESH Chunilal GAJJAR posted on 11/28/18

Ambaliyasan

 

 

S. Fields posted on 11/28/18

To the family of Thomas Wronski, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your dear loved one; please accept my condolences. May you find comfort by drawing close to God in prayer, because as the Bible promises, “he will sustain you” during this difficult time. - Psalm 55:22

 

William Miller posted on 11/28/18

Peggy was a great traveler and we had run into Peggy on her travels several times. She always had a great perspective and a wonderful attitude about life. I know your mom and dad are welcoming you home!

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 11/28/18

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Caroline's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Ginger Miller posted on 11/28/18

Dear Sweet Deloris - Her spirit will always be remembered.

 

Ted Harry posted on 11/28/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

Ted Harry posted on 11/28/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

Tyler Welch posted on 11/28/18

Rest in Peace My Friend. I have many good memories with you over the past 6 years. I am proud to call you a friend and proud of your strength, ambition, and courage. I have a lot of respect for all you have accomplished in life. Your successes in all facets of life are an inspiration to many and most definitely including myself. Your many projects and adventures were always fun to hear about from you and discuss with the crew. We will reminisce about all the interesting things you tackled head on and it will surely bring smiles and happiness to our conversation. I'll be smiling ear-to-ear next time I see a "Rob'd Out" Yamaha! You made the world a better place and you leave a legacy of respect and honor. Thank you. God Bless You and May Peace be with Your Soul.

 

Sue Ohman posted on 11/27/18

I was privileged to work with Marie and Jim Finn over thirty years ago in Waukesha and admired her skills and valued her friendship. My sincere condolences to her family.

 

 

Linda Differt posted on 11/27/18

Barb we will miss your laugh and smiles. They were contagious. Seems so unfair to have you go so fast without warning or sign. But you must have known you were loved and always will be loved. Till we see you again. Keep smiling and watching over us until that time. Mike was blessed to have you for all this time. So we're we. Love and hugs till we meet again. Love The DIFFERTS.

 

 

Linda Differt posted on 11/27/18

Barb I will miss your laugh and smiles. They were contagious. Seems unfair to have you go so without warning and shock. But you must have known you were loved and always be loved. Till we see you again. Keep smiling and watching over us until that time. Mike was blessed to have you for all this time. So we're we. Love and hugs till we meet again. Love The DIFFERTS.

 

Jennie Heideman posted on 11/27/18

Peggy was a very nice women,friendly and love talk when we saw her. Tom and I were her classmates and we will always remember her. Sympathies to her sisters and their family.

 

George Glad posted on 11/27/18

My very deepest sympathies to the brothers and sisters along with Jim Finn for your loss of such a wonderful person and employee. Marie and Jim were instrumental in getting me through an incredibly difficult divorce earlier this year and IDo NOT accept another friend request from me. Thanks! will be always indebted to both of them.

 

George Glad posted on 11/27/18

My very deepest sympathies to the brothers and sisters along with Jim Finn for your loss of such a wonderful person and employee. Marie and Jim were instrumental in getting me through an incredibly difficult divorce earlier this year and I will be always indebted to both of them.

 

Jane Gutmann. And Peter Gutmann posted on 11/27/18

Our deepest sympathies for your loss of a beautiful lady. She was always kind and willing to take a few minutes to talk to her neighbors. May God be with you and your family. We are unable to make it but know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Robin Janzer posted on 11/27/18

I always remember how delicious her pasta dish called Pastitsio was when I had dinner at their home. She was always so welcoming to me. She will be missed.

 

Carl Rohloff posted on 11/27/18

Met Bernie at the Lakeland RC Club and enjoyed sitting at the meetings with him. He had such a zest for learning to fly RC planes and for traveling. We shared many flying stories and I will truly miss his friendship. My deepest condolences to his family and many friends I'm sure he had.

 

Rick & Carol Fagan posted on 11/27/18

Dear Mike and Family, Please accept our deepest sympathy at this very sad time for the loss of Barbara. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Rick and Carol Fagan

 

Ruby Scott posted on 11/27/18

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Hanus family during this time of grief. Please accept my my sincere condolences. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, “that there will be a resurrection.” For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Anders and Joyce Lewis posted on 11/27/18

Deloris was a wonderful hostess in her lovely Florida home. We enjoyed her company and beautiful smile. We are sorry she is gone - our love and sympathy to you. It is a sweet release for her but it is always hard to lose a mom❤️

 

Peggy & Dennis Wavra posted on 11/27/18

Our deepest condolences go out to the family. Nothing but fond memories of Marie. She was always such a happy person willing to do anything to help others. She will always be remembered as a very positive and giving person. She will be greatly missed by many people.

 

Janice Kurian posted on 11/27/18

Your family is in my thoughts with the loss of Bill. May the love, prayers, and comfort offered, bring you comfort. Debby, God bless you, your Mom, and each member of your family. ♡

 

 

Robert & Mary Kolarits posted on 11/26/18

Dear Linda, Robert, Tammy, & Susan, Our Hearts & Prayers go out to You & Your Families in the Loss of your Beloved Mother, June. You are in our Thoughts & Prayers. She was an Earthly Angel sent to earth from God’s Heaven above. She gave you Life, & her Precious Love. She is now among God’s chosen Angel’s in his Heavenly Kingdom up above. Nancy Greeted her at the Gate with a Halo of Gold. She Lives on in Your Hearts & Souls. She Rests Peacefully & Rises Up like the Sun, to Kiss & Hug You with the Warmth of her Everlasting Love. Her Love, Spirit & Memories Will Live on in Our Hearts, Forever. With Love, Deep Sorrow, & Heartfelt Sympathy, Your Cousins, Bob & Mary Kolarits & Family Dear Aunt June, We are Truely Blessed that You came into our Life’s !!! We will Never Forget You, Your Kindness, Beautiful Smile, & Contagious Laugh !!! We Love You & Miss You So Much !!! Our Lose... Heavens Gain... Until we meet again... With Love & Heartfelt Sympathy, Bob & Mary Kolarits & Family

 

Susan Fischer posted on 11/26/18

You will be missed by many! Glad our path crossed in life. You are out of pain. Rest in peace. Wiping away my tears,

 

Swedleen posted on 11/26/18

I’m just now finding out about Cindy’s passing. My heart is heavy and tears running down my face. I met Cindy and worked with her at US Cellular. She was the most beautiful genuine lady! So fun and spirited! She would always talk about her children and especially her grandson whom she adored! To all her children and grandson you guys had the rare pleasure of being with and loving a true angel on this earth. Now she’s watching over you all in heaven cause God needed his angel back. God bless you all and I’ll never forget Cindy Wisth!

 

Larry Singer posted on 11/26/18

I knew Ginny as the treasured best friend of my late aunt Juanita Smith Salter Nienas. Ginny was a great friend who was always thinking of others. Her children and grandchildren were central to her life. She is greatly missed by her living friends and family, and will be welcomed by her loved ones in heaven.

 

 

Zehniya posted on 11/26/18

I love you granny.

 

Kevin Hanus posted on 11/26/18

I'm so so sorry for all who are suffering with the loss of Marie. I will always know Marie for the gentle, kind person she was at every moment I've ever seen her. From the days as a beautiful child to a wonderful adult, Marie was always genuine with her smile and laughter. She was a gift to all and is now sharing that same love in heaven and earth.

 

 

Lisa Glenn posted on 11/26/18

I always loved have Steve and Del on our senior bus trips. She will be missed.

 

Judy Olson posted on 11/25/18

So very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to your family during this time.

 

Timothy Goodman posted on 11/24/18

It's been almost three years since Mom went to Heaven, and I miss her more than ever. She made the world such a better place by being here.

 

Ann-Marie Rounkle posted on 11/24/18

My aunt had the ability to make you feel understood and accepted with just her kind look. She showed me the joy that comes from taking care of people and helping them make memories that last a lifetime. Not many people can make selflessness look so easy. She loved with her whole self and those of us lucky enough to receive it are very lucky.

 

Barbara and Leon Todd posted on 11/24/18

So sorry to hear about Bill. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family.

 

Deborah J Guyton posted on 11/24/18

My sincere condolences to the Pearson Family. May you gain strength as you remember cherished memories with Mrs. Pearson. May you also feel the love of a Heavenly Father as you journey through the process of grief. Grace & Peace, Deborah

 

Spirit of Truth Worship Center posted on 11/23/18

Our sincere condolences to you and your family. From the Spirit of Truth Worship Center Family.

 

Ashanti Rahni Bryant posted on 11/23/18

We remember Kim’s graduation and how welcoming, loving and sincere her mom was with us. We’re praying for you and your family in this season.

 

Ashanti and Rahni Bryant posted on 11/23/18

We remember Kim’s graduation and how welcoming, loving and sincere her mom was with us. We’re praying for you and your family in this season.

 

William Hilbert posted on 11/23/18

I worked at CCI for a number of years. Rob was always ready with help when needed. I always appreciated this when we needed a customers job both for quality and on time. My sympathies to Betsy and family. Bill Hilbert

 

Eugene Cowan II posted on 11/23/18

I have had the honor and privilege of sharing with Eugene & Shirley they were examples of what love, marriage, and family. He sowed seeds of faith and he is reunited with Shirley. Rev Eugene Cowan

 

Scott W. Swan posted on 11/23/18

Rest in peace and God Bless you Roberto!!! I've known you since middle school and we had a lot of good times together! Highschool wrestling, football and track! Snowmobiling up at my cottage in Crivitz as kids and at your place in St. Germain as of late! Working on mini bikes , cycles and sleds in yours and my garage dreaming of the big snow! I am missing your friendship already, but know you are in a better place, free of pain and riding the deep powder! God bless you and your family Roberto!!! Till we meet again brother! Miss you and love ya always!! Big Swan

 

Shelbie Bertolasi posted on 11/23/18

We are so very sorry for your loss. Our heartfelt prayers and condolences to you and your family during this time. Blessings Brian and Shelbie Bertolasi

 

Your Cousin, LaJuana posted on 11/22/18

Your mother ,father and my mother were so close. Your father was my mom’s cousin. Your mother was blessed with a gentle and sweet spirit. She called me often to see how my mom was doing. May God hold you close in his arms in this time of sorrow. Your mother is made whole in His Kingdom.

 

Rusty Semler posted on 11/22/18

Rest in peace my friend! I am missing you already. Thank you for all the great memories. I am going to miss your grand ideas and going on our adventures. Real and true friends are very hard to find and I lost one of the best I could have asked for. Thankyou for showing me what real courage is, you fought to the end and must be so proud of Betsy and the boys. Kind and generous are the first thoughts that come to mind when I think of you, and I will think of you often every time I see it snow, see an old car, taste some smoked meat, or hear a song from the past. Till we meet again!

 

Jeff Dillman posted on 11/22/18

Betsy so sorry for your loss! There are no words to describe how he will be missed by all of us, especially for you and your family. Im sure you and your family have many great memories that you can go to when those sudden emotions of losing him hit you. I was truly amazed in the final weeks of his life how he would never complain of being in pain, he would say i just get tired easily! Again we are sorry for the loss of Rob. Your in my prayers

 

 

Breanna Scherer posted on 11/22/18

Mrs. Soik was a wonderful woman and I'll always remember how much she loved the poinsettias she'd buy from my Orchestra fundraisers. I appreciated her support and I'm glad she could enjoy the flowers.

 

Lisa McClain posted on 11/22/18

Ryan, My heart goes out to you and your family for the loss of your son. You are in my thoughts and prayers for comfort, strength, and healing. Lisa

 

Susie Radke (Mester) posted on 11/22/18

So sorry for your loss, I will always remember your parents very fondly,with love. Would love to hear from you guys, it has been a long time.

 

Rubye Jones posted on 11/22/18

Mrs Pearson will truly be missed by me. She was an awesome neighbor who cared about me and my daughter Courtney. She made sure we were well fed.

 

Jeff Timmer posted on 11/22/18

I've lost a dear friend and my number one wing-man! The snowmobile rides in northern Wisconsin just won't be the same without Rob bringing up the rear making sure that we never lost anyone between the two of us. And who will ever forget the many times that Rob would offer you some of his smoked meat that according to Rob, "did not turn out very well, not very good", only to try it and think it was the best you had ever had! Rest in peace my friend, no more pain, and if you could do one more small favor for all of your snowmobile friends up there in heaven.......maybe take over the weather department and give us one of those good old Wisconsin winters that we always wished for this time of year!

 

Chris Miles posted on 11/22/18

You are all very special to me, and I think you know the Miles/Scherr family is feeling your loss. I know she had a long life, beautiful inside and out until the end, but the fact that she is no longer in this world is a loss. I suspect she is with Earl and the 59th Street friends that passed before her. To me, she is an angel. Love to all and see you on Tuesday.

 

Randy and Mary Belanger posted on 11/22/18

We met Rob several years ago through family, He was a genuine kind selfless man, We are grateful to have shared motorcycle rides, wine and beer tasting and his enthusiasm with snowmobiles, meeting in St, Germaine. We have great memories of these times, conversations and laughs. He will be missed. RIP Rob.

 

 

Sandy Piech posted on 11/21/18

I'll miss you so much, you've helped me through my cancer and losing my grandsons. I love you dear friend and will always remember that was the last thing you said to me.

 

Amy Recely posted on 11/21/18

Sandy & Family - I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. ❤️

 

Kathleen Clark posted on 11/21/18

Carleen, I am so sorry for your lost. Mothers hold their children's hands for a short while, but their hearts forever

 

Tyrone Branch posted on 11/21/18

Pastor Carolyn we are sorry for your loss I never got to meet your mom but I’m glad I made her Oxtails. We’re praying for your strength, we Love Y’all.

 

Sandra Morris posted on 11/21/18

Prayer and fond memories of your loved are what you have to comfort you. Jesus promises at John 5:28,29, that there will be a resurrection.

 

Elise Babcock posted on 11/21/18

Carleen and family, I am very sorry for your loss. From all the stories you have shared she sounded like a remarkable woman and a great mom. Cherish those memories. Love, Elise

 

 

Pat Hewett (Hagie) posted on 11/21/18

Oh Betsy, my heart goes out to you. I was in the hospital when Lee passed or I definately would.have.been there to.say goodbye to Lee. I lost my beloved husband 13 yrs ago so I KNOW the pain and loneliness I want to call you but I don't have your # so please contact me at [email protected] hugs and prayers.my friend

 

Ted Harry posted on 11/20/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.

 

Ted Harry posted on 11/20/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.

 

Gabby Feierstein posted on 11/20/18

My favorite memory with Grandma was when we would have tea parties with her tea sets. She would make lemonade and have mini fruit-flavored marshmallows. After that, we would go into the garden and just talk for a while. That was the best.

 

John Bertram posted on 11/20/18

Vivek, I was so very saddened to hear about your father's passing. I wish you and your family my deepest sympathies during this very difficult time.

 

Gerald M. Brettschneider posted on 11/20/18

Farewell good friend. Farewell good friend.

 

Dorothy Gardison posted on 11/20/18

Mrs. Pearson will truly be missed I loved you dearly my heart is heavy. RIP my friend

 

Gerald brettschneider posted on 11/20/18

 

 

Dorothy Johnsonbranch posted on 11/20/18

I met mother Pearson 3yrs ago she was the sweetest lady she will be missed

 

Cameron Fase posted on 11/19/18

What I will remember most about Cathy is her wonderful warm and caring smile? The many Christmas’ I had the fortune to spend at her home we’re also filled with this warmth. And her caring seems to live on her children and grandchildren. Peace be with you Cathy

 

 

Brian Armistead posted on 11/19/18

You loved me since day one, for reasons I dont know why, but you became one of the most beautiful souls I've ever had the privilege of knowing. You'll remain in our hearts forever!

 

Kimberly Hamilton Diaz posted on 11/19/18

Kathy always had a smile on her face even when she wasn't happy. I'm going to miss her talks about her grandkids and her kids. Sharing movie details and getting to see her smile. Im so saddened to hear of your moms passing rebecca. my condolences to your family. Prayers are with you guys.

 

 

Enid Milagros Perez posted on 11/19/18

On November 16, 2018, my beautiful sister parted into the arms of the Lord, and although I will miss her immensely, I know she is in a better place; a place where she will no longer feel pain. I will forever remember her and all the time we spent together, both good and bad. So, i want to let her know, this is not a goodbye, instead, until we meet again.

 

Sandra Stallworth posted on 11/19/18

May your ♥ Hearts Be "Blessed " with Love and that you understand without Fear of this Departure, Love you all .... Buddy's Daughter Sandra

 

Ruby Scott posted on 11/19/18

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Williams family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. May Jehovah the God of all comfort be with your family. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, “that there will be resurrection.” For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Michael Komoroske posted on 11/19/18

Kari, Nathan, Ethan and all of the Braun Family, I am truly sorry for your loss. Pat was a wonderful, kind and loving woman.

 

Xiomara Delgado posted on 11/19/18

My aunt, you will truly be missed. My heart is broken into a million pieces with your loss. I will always remember and love you.

 

Patti Schwartzer posted on 11/18/18

Dear Greg, Kathy, Randy, Paula and your families. I was so sorry to hear of Joyce's passing. It was always obvious her children and grandchildren were a great source of pride and love. I will remember her fondly when I make her famous "Texas Caviar," still a family favorite. May the love of family comfort you in the days ahead.

 

Jaswinder Burgos ( jessie) posted on 11/18/18

You were always so sweet, caring, and kind. I’ve heard stories from others about your kindness and it truly was amazing, you have a beautiful soul. You left us too soon, but I know you’re still here around all of us, Love you forever mom.

 

 

Cindy Vyborny and Family posted on 11/18/18

I will miss you, dear cousin!

 

 

Renae posted on 11/18/18

Thanks for being my sister, Von. I will miss our talks. I’m happy to know you are filled with light again. Please take my love to those who have gone before. Love, Renae

 

 

Kally Peterson posted on 11/18/18

You will be missed.

 

Gary Robinson posted on 11/18/18

Lorraine's happy and enthusiastic spirit is as strong today as it was a year ago. We still miss her very much and it is sad to not have her physically with us, but she is well remembered and prayed for everyday. I still work harder from having known and been around her and I am very grateful for all of the things she did for me and our daughters. Lorraine loved the Lord and was always faithful to Him and we know the Lord always keeps his promises.

 

John and June Heimsoth posted on 11/18/18

You have our condolences. May God bless you with his peace and comfort you during this time of grieving.

 

Mary Jane Meade posted on 11/18/18

My condolences for the family, so sad to hear this news

 

Jim and Karen Cyganiak posted on 11/18/18

Greg, Kathy, Randy and Paula ~ May God give your families the comfort and peace that you seek, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts ~

 

Mary Holt posted on 11/17/18

I have fond memories of going to school with Greg and his sister Chris. When I was very young my mother use to take me to Mr. Dobbe's brothers store called Dobbe's Dime store. My thoughts are with the Dobbe family.❤

 

 

Mari and Joe Constante posted on 11/17/18

Joe and I are very sorry for your loss. Joe’s father passed away last year at this time. The Holiday’s should be happy events. When you no longer have your parents. Hoiday’s are not the same. You have a beautiful family surrounding you and that should help make things better. Your mom and dad are together again! I am sure the angels are caring for them.

 

Maritza posted on 11/17/18

Mother ~ I’m going to miss you so much. My heart so much because part of it is gone. The pain of losing you is so hard on my soul. The boys are going to miss you so much because you were so wonderful to them. You will be missed by all because a big part of our life is gone. We will always miss you sweet mother...

 

Kevin o posted on 11/17/18

Even though you weren’t my mother, growing up you treated me as one of your children. You gave me advice whether I wanted to hear it or not, you fed me, looked after me and cared for me as if I was one of your own. You were An amazing person. It saddens to hear that you’re no longer with us. You and your family mean a lot to me and i Know you meant a lot to us. Keep us safe. Till we see each other again.

 

Kevin posted on 11/17/18

Even though you weren’t my mother, growing up you treated me as one of your children. You gave me advice whether I wanted to hear it or not, you fed me, looked after me and cared for me as if I was one of your own. You were An amazing person. It saddens to hear that you’re no longer with us. You and your family mean a lot to me and i Know you meant a lot to us. Keep us safe. Till we see each other again.

 

Jorge Luis burgos perez posted on 11/17/18

I love you with all my heart and soul mommy and will never forget every moment I spent with you. And keep my promise to protect and look after my brother junito and sisters carla and Maritza. I’m hurting so much knowing I can’t hug you and talk to you .If I could, I would trade places with you mommy. LOVE YOU MOMMY

 

 

Noelia Perez posted on 11/17/18

I was nine years old when I spent the summer with her. She took me all over the place and bought me a Ariel the mermaid doll. She was the best and sweetest aunt ever. I will always love her.

 

Sandy Mampe posted on 11/17/18

My love and prayers to you, I just heard today, he was such a wonderful kid, and watching the memorial video looks like he was a great man, words will never express my sadness, I will pray for your hearts to heal, and may Gods love surround all of you, and always know you are loved and in my thoughts always!

 

HALLIE KREUZPAINTNER posted on 11/17/18

I am truly sorry for this great loss. Our gummy bear fights will never be forgotten. Pleasure to have known you. Such a kind soul. Rip piece buddy

 

Ted Harry posted on 11/17/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

Ted Harry posted on 11/17/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

Hediemarie E. Portz posted on 11/17/18

Meine Mutter, God received you peacefully in His loving arms.Will miss you. Du bist jetzt im Himmel. Love you. Your daughter Heidemarie.

 

George Dennis Duncan posted on 11/16/18

My condolences go out to Josh's family and friends.

 

 

Kim Gary posted on 11/16/18

Granddaughter

 

Mrs. Williams posted on 11/16/18

Im so sorry for your loss. The bible is so true when it says the sting of death. Death is truly painful for family and friends. The God of the bible says he's going to swallow up death forever and bring back to life on earth all those who have died in his memory (Isaiah 25:8) This scripture has given me comfort and I pray you receive comfort from it also.

 

Holly Kennedy posted on 11/16/18

Grandpa, you were my best pal. The highlight of my day was always bringing Myah over to your house and watching your face light up once you saw her. She sure did love exploring your house! Life feels so empty without you. You will always live on in our hearts and I will miss you always

 

Lisa Chase posted on 11/16/18

May you all find comfort knowing he is rejoicing with Jesus and is experiencing life eternal. Continue to remember him by making new memories every day and celebrating his impact while here with you all on earth. I remember being at a prayer meeting and seeing him light up after closing prayer knowing that God had touched his heart. Frank was a great man and will be greatly missed which means he met his Lord and Savior who told Frank these wonderful words “job well done good and faithful servant!” Amen!

 

Paul Owsianny posted on 11/16/18

Dear Golembiewski Family, So sorry I could not be there, would have been great to see everyone. I thought the world of your dad, have a lot of great memories of him! My deepest sympathies to you all

 

Michael Truss posted on 11/16/18

Jon was instrumental in my officiating career. First as a guy that helped me get started working scrimmages and then as our secretary in the MOA. Jon was always enjoyable to be around - RIP Jon!

 

 

Perry posted on 11/16/18

Deepest sympathy to the family may her memory be eternal

 

C. Belvey posted on 11/16/18

My condolences to the family of Mr. Dudzik. May the God of comfort, be your refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress. ( Psalm 46:10

 

 

Roula posted on 11/16/18

My Deepest sympathy May her memory be eternal

 

Nick Cariofiles posted on 11/16/18

My thoughts and prayers to the family during this difficult time.

 

Giselle R. posted on 11/16/18

A strong and faithful woman of conviction who suffered childhood under tyranny. She loved her America as an acclimated patriot, and loved her husband and children. She enjoyed humor, travel, and striking up conversations with many. Elfriede was knowledgeable in political history, talented with sewing, knitting, cooking, and home making. May the Lord finally give you peace. Will miss you; Love your daughter Giselle.

 

Xenia Kara “Karabelas” posted on 11/15/18

I I honestly can say I’ve never met Demetri. But I heard from my brother in Milwaukee because I reside in California now for the last 19 years but I heard from my brother in Milwaukee because I reside in California now for the last 19 years of the unfortunate news . It has affected me dearly because this is from Mike Greek # community and I know how we all stick together. My deepest condolences to the entire family. I’m sure these are hard times for you and I hope that even an ounce of prayer in Cara from far away from somebody you don’t even know shares your hardest moments with you. prayers and may his memory be eternal .

 

Xeni Karabelas posted on 11/15/18

I I honestly can say I’ve never met Demetri. But I heard from my brother in Milwaukee because I reside in California now for the last 19 years but I heard from my brother in Milwaukee because I reside in California now for the last 19 years of the unfortunate news . It has affected me dearly because this is from Mike Greek # community and I know how we all stick together. My deepest condolences to the entire family. I’m sure these are hard times for you and I hope that even an ounce of prayer in Cara from far away from somebody you don’t even know shares your hardest moments with you. prayers and may his memory be eternal .

 

Mary & Dave Schimberg posted on 11/15/18

So sorry for your loss. We had the honor to meet him a few years back while he was in the Belgium area visiting Lori. A truly nice man.

 

 

Ryan Barter posted on 11/15/18

Condolences from THE BARTER FAMILY. REST EASY

 

John and Kathy Muhlfeld posted on 11/15/18

Dear Evelyn and Family....we send our prayers to all of you at this difficult time. We were so privileged to be your neighbors in Montana on Plantation Drive. Art's humor and outgoing wonderful nature will be greatly missed by many. God's blessings to all of you

 

Ben & Julia posted on 11/15/18

Ryan and family, our hearts are broken for your loss. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Randall F. Silkey Sr. posted on 11/15/18

Ahhhh ! Fast Freight Frank has bumped his last car over the hump makin' up trains for the Milwaukee Road and worked the SooLine to retirement. He made grade in the Armored Division during the Korean Conflict and many a Honor Guard Ceremony , both Parade and Burial Duty. Til …."let the young bucks have a turn, I've done my duty ".....never one to shy away, always a skip in his step and a DuetcheLander's grin letting you know he knows the fireworks are about to begin. Yes …..I remember my Pap , always loved him no matter the season and reason it just was easy to be with him , his greatest gift was we were always even...though it all he said we were humans.....nothing more or nothing less....even a cripple he'd say puts his pants on one leg at a time......ahhh ! I hear the skeptics....even a cripple rolls them up and clips the off , one leg at a time. My advice to any & all.... stay safe.....stay sane....be logical.....wish you health always.....and find your own happiness ! thanks to all who knew my Pap and who post a story or comment.

 

Kathryn Flynn posted on 11/15/18

Ryan and family, My deepest condolences for your immense loss. Prayers for you and God's peace upon you during this difficult time.

 

Kay L Richter posted on 11/15/18

To Ross, Colleen, Beth and Abby - I am so sorry you all lost your wonderful father. I remember all of you as if you were still in my 3rd grade! And I loved your mother Marlys so very much. I pray that you all carry on the values and Christian faith your dad modeled for you.

 

Christine Breiten posted on 11/15/18

My heart goes out to you and I am so sorry for your loss. I will hold your family and son in my heart. My late son Tyler knew Max from cfl this summer.

 

robert betz posted on 11/15/18

Dear family of Jon, Sorry I will be unable to attend the funeral. However, be aware of my thoughts and prayers for Jon and you. Peace be with yoy. Fr. Bob

 

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Christine Breiten posted on 11/15/18

My heart goes out to you and I am so sorry for your loss. I will hold your family and son in my heart. My late son knew Max from cfl this summer.

 

Gail Burchardt posted on 11/15/18

Kiri and Family, So sorry for your loss of your mother. Keeping you in our thoughts. Gail and Ron

 

Jenifer Hollenstein posted on 11/15/18

Ryan, Katie & Abby - I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Last night was a beautiful tribute to your wonderful son Max.

 

Patty Molzen posted on 11/15/18

Silkey Family, I was very sorry to hear about Uncle Frank's passing. My deepest sympathy to you all for your loss

 

Rania Virvilis posted on 11/14/18

Yianni and family, Always remember her beautiful smile. We are so sorry for your loss. May her memories be eternal. Ζωή σε σας. Tom and Rania Virvilis

 

Rania posted on 11/14/18

Yianni and family, Always remember her beautiful smile. We are so sorry for your loss. May her memories be eternal. Ζωή σε σας. Tom and Rania Virvilis

 

Karen (Herbst) Kennedy posted on 11/14/18

I remember how you and my Mom (Joan Herbst) would sit together at family gatherings and just laugh and laugh together. It felt so good in my heart to be part of that time.

 

Reagan Teacher posted on 11/14/18

I did not personally know Max, but all week I've heard students talk of how fun and kind of a young man he was... It truly evident how many people impacted at Reagan... I cannot imagine or put together any words to express my condolences.. I'm praying for your peace.

 

Chanda chugh posted on 11/14/18

Very sorry to know about the sad demise of your father.May God give peace to his soul.

 

Terry Brandenburg posted on 11/14/18

Ryan, my sincerest condolences to you and your family.

 

Kate Gaudreau posted on 11/14/18

Ryan - I'm keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

 

AnnMarie Eve posted on 11/14/18

Ryan, Katie & Abby - I am so very sorry for the unimaginable loss of your Max. I am keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers and hoping that you are able in time to find peace.

 

Bipin posted on 11/14/18

Ryan and family, So very sorry. In this unimaginable sorrow, I pray that god give you the strength to endure. My deepest condolence.

 

Richard Holloway posted on 11/14/18

I can’t begin to express the sadness I feel for you and your family. Please accept my heartfelt empathy and support during this difficult time.

 

 

Brenda Schiltz posted on 11/14/18

In memory of Max. God bless him, Ryan, Katie and Abigail. My heart breaks for you all.

 

 

Sarah Medla posted on 11/14/18

Vivek - my deepest sympathies to you and your family during this time of grief over the loss of your father. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Laura Gutierrez posted on 11/14/18

Dear Katie, Ryan, Abby, and Family: My sincere and deepest condolences. I will keep you and your family in our prayers! Max was always a polite, wonderful young man with great taste for bow ties! He will be greatly missed. I know God will give you the strength needed to help you through this difficult time. If there is anything you need, please let me know.

 

Allison DeVan posted on 11/14/18

I am so deeply sorry to hear of the passing of Max. May a peace that passes all understanding be in your thoughts and minds throughout this new journey and may you hold tightly to the wonderful memories of Max and how his life had a positive, lasting, significant impact on all those who knew him.

 

Freddie Wiggins posted on 11/14/18

70 years of friendship is hard to put into words. Our friendship was one of my greatest blessings. We shared so much all those years. I will miss you every day. Be with God Love you...... ....... And now there are two.

 

Will Johnson posted on 11/14/18

May The Most High bring healing, peace, strength, and comfort to the Spellecy family.

 

Brittany Kohler posted on 11/14/18

My condolences to Von Dell's family and friends. Prayers for comfort during this difficult time.

 

Bradley Day posted on 11/14/18

Josh was an amazing guy. I played a lot of kickball with him, and we were pretty competitive. The post game cocktail hours were my favorite part!! You will be missed by many!!! The world was a better place with you in it!!!!

 

Bryan Belmer posted on 11/14/18

Ryan, my sincere and heartfelt condolences to you, your entire family and all who know and love Max.

 

Jessica De Santis posted on 11/14/18

Dear Spellecy family and friends of Max, I cannot imagine your pain, and I offer my deepest condolences. Please remember you have strength in your friends at this time. Max will be missed greatly.

 

Dan Doerfler posted on 11/14/18

My condolences to your wonderful family.

 

 

Joe Mulack posted on 11/14/18

Jon, will never forgot the baseball games you attended, the golf we played, the open house you always had for me and the arguing between you, Johnny and Joe. Rest easy Joe Mulack

 

Hill Family posted on 11/14/18

We are deeply saddened by your loss and hope the love of family and friends brings some comfort to your family. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Drinkwater Family posted on 11/14/18

Our condolences to your family. May the love and support of your friends and family get you through this difficult time. Peace be with you.

 

 

Pete Golembiewski posted on 11/14/18

Thank you for being an Awesome Dad! You were always there for me - whatever it was- your patience, kindness, guidiance, telling me I could do whatever I wanted to do has made me the person that I am today- and for that I will be forever GRATEFUL! You gave my a great childhood with so many memories you will always be with me! Now rest in heaven- I LOVE YOU! Your Son Pete

 

Christine Zeller posted on 11/14/18

So very sorry for your immeasurable loss. Wishing peace to you and your family.

 

Lisa Henk posted on 11/14/18

May each sunrise bring you more peace. I'm so very sorry for the loss of your dear son.

 

SRINIVASA RAO KURUCHETI posted on 11/14/18

Wishing well of you and your family in this time of loss.

 

Jim and Kathy Phillips family posted on 11/13/18

Ryan, Katie, Abby and family. Max holds a special place in our hearts, and because of that we sorrow with you. We will remember that special way Max blessed those he met. We are here to for you to help bear your burden. Lean!

 

Devinder Kalia posted on 11/13/18

Extending deep and heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. Devinder and Ameeta and all of us at Meera Bagh

 

David Garcia (Mike’s Step-Son posted on 11/13/18

Grandma I will never forget the lessons you and Grandpa taught me as a kid. You were always there through everything and love you and Grandpa for it. May you now spend eternity in heaven with Grandpa and Mike. I will never forget the love and compassion I received from you. Rest easy Grandma...

 

Aw posted on 11/13/18

To the family and friends of Joshua, I'm sorry for your loss. In this difficult time God promise that he will be with you and help you. Isaiah 41:10

 

Jenny Schuh posted on 11/13/18

Netty my deepest sympathy to you and your entire family.

 

Judy Baeten posted on 11/13/18

Dear Ryan, Katie and family. I met Max last year via SMART Teams. What a bright and kind young man. I am so deeply sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences.

 

Angie Castro posted on 11/13/18

My sincerest Condolences to the Itsines’ Family for the loss of Demetrios who was known as either Demetri or Cees. I met Demetri at Madison Media Institute in Madison where we were both in the same classes for Recording and Live Sound. Demetri was very friendly and had a vibrant personality. I will never forget the day it was raining after class. Demetri was walking me to the bus stop when he quickly thought to just have his mom take me home. He asked his mom if they could take me home and his mom agreed. It was the sweetest gesture and that’s one of the memories I will always remember. We always joked around with each other or talked about our love for the weeknd. It is so shocking and saddening to learn about the sudden loss of Demetri. My heart goes out to his family, friends, and loved ones who knew him. May he found his peace and may his memory be forever eternal. He is gone, but never forgotten. Demetri was a kind soul.

 

Angie Castro posted on 11/13/18

My sincerest Condolences to the Itsines’ Family for the loss of Demetrios who was known as either Demetri or Cees. I met Demetri at Madison Media Institute in Madison where we were both in the same classes for Recording and Live Sound. Demetri was very friendly and had a vibrant personality. I will never forget the day it was raining after class. Demetri was walking me to the bus stop when he quickly thought to just have his mom take me home. He asked his mom if they could take me home and his mom agreed. It was the sweetest gestured and that’s one of the memories I will always remember. We always joked around with each other or talked about our love for the weeknd. It is so shocking and saddening to learn about the sudden loss of Demetri. My heart goes out to his family, friends, and loved ones who knew him. May he found his peace and may his memory be forever eternal. He is gone, but never forgotten. Demetri was a kind soul.

 

Bryan Guentner posted on 11/13/18

Positive thoughts and prayers for Sue’s family. Many memories from the King of Glory Youth Choir! Sue was an awesome lady and wonderful soul!

 

Jennifer Safka posted on 11/13/18

Our daughters attended Parkside with Max. They remember Max as a kind gentleman. Our thought and prayers are with the entire family at this difficult time.

 

Laura Riggle posted on 11/13/18

Dear Ryan, Katie, Abby, family and friends ... my family and friends are holding you all in prayer during what must be an unspeakably sad and devastating time. Having just held a funeral at Krause for a young male in our family last December, we can only say that you will get through this. Even though you might not know how or believe you can, somehow you will. But life will never be the same. It will, however, always be better for having had Max in it. May your love, memories, and faith carry you through as you have the support of the many people who loved Max and love you.

 

Alan Ross posted on 11/13/18

So thinking of you all at this very challenging time. May you know the peace and love of our Lord.

 

George Pappas posted on 11/13/18

Steve and Chrisanthia, I am so saddened for your loss. My sincere condolences to you and your family. May his memory be eternal.

 

Danny and Lynne Thomas posted on 11/13/18

Ryan and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. It is unimaginable. We offer our sincere condolences.

 

Orsolya posted on 11/13/18

Ryan, I'm so sorry for your loss. My sincerest condolences.

 

KAREN Lucas posted on 11/13/18

Dearest Janet - we were friends since kindergarten. 75 years dear one. How glad I am that I saw you last month. You will wait I know for me and Freddie to reunite. How I will miss seeing you on every trip home.Be happy with Jerry and Michael.

 

Lubna Chaudhary posted on 11/13/18

Dear Ryan and Family. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. It is unimaginable what you must be going through as parents. My sincere condolence and prayers for all of you.

 

Lynn Coalmer posted on 11/13/18

I was always so impressed with Uncle Ralph's encyclopedic knowledge of history when he shared slides at our Thanksgiving reunions. Forever giving and kind, he will be missed.

 

Lynn Coalmer posted on 11/13/18

I was always so impressed with Uncle Ralph's encyclopedic knowledge of history when he share slides at our Thanksgiving reunions. Forever giving and kind, he will be missed.

 

Gus Pantelides posted on 11/13/18

Steve & Chrisanthi, On behalf of the entire AHEPA family of Citrus District 2, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family on the tragic loss of your son. "May His Memory Be Eternal" Brother Gus Pantelides AHEPA Citrus District 2 Governor Florida - the Bahamas - Puerto Rico

 

Kaija posted on 11/13/18

Dear Ryan and family, may God hold you up and help you walk through this awful time of loss. May love strengthen you all as you cling strongly to memories and faith. We are sending prayers and love.

 

James Hutchison Montreal posted on 11/13/18

Dear Brother Steve and Chrisanthi my heart pains for your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences and sympathies. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May his memory be eternal. Ζωή σε σας

 

Chuck Cady posted on 11/13/18

Ryan, I am so sorry. I cannot even begin to imagine, but I am so heartbroken. My thoughts are with you and your family.

 

Kristin Bastian posted on 11/13/18

Ryan and family - I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Mary Homan posted on 11/13/18

Dear Spellecy Family and those loved by Max: I lit a candle after church Sunday and reflected fondly on the day Max found out I had 'good' candy in my office (Haribo gummy bears). He had such a delighted smile on his face as he traipsed back to his dad's office. I will continue to lift you all up in prayer.

 

Shawn posted on 11/13/18

My sincerest condolences go out to you for the passing of your beloved, Janet. I'm sure that she will be missed by all who knew and loved her. Please be comforted by the scripture at Isaiah 25:8 which says, "He will swallow up death forever...." Our loving God has promised to restore our dear loved ones to perfect life on a paradise earth through his Son, Christ Jesus (John 5: 28,29). Please visit jw.org to learn more about God's trustworthy promise of the resurrection. I'm sure it will bring you much comfort. Best wishes to you & your family.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 11/13/18

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Roach family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. May Jehovah the God of all comfort be with your family. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15,”that there will be a resurrection.” For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Katie Serrano posted on 11/13/18

Ryan, Katie and Abby - We are heartbroken over the loss of Max. What a blessing that we were able to know him and that Jordan's life was especially touched by him. We will always remember the way he lit up a room with his smile and contagious upbeat energy. Sending our love and keeping all of you in our continued prayers.

 

Katie Kassulke posted on 11/13/18

Dear Spellecy family, my deepest sympathies for your loss of your sweet son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend. I pray for peace and comfort to you. Know that you are not alone and you have a MCW family ready to provide support.

 

Kevin South posted on 11/13/18

In memory of my friend, Josh Thurber. I had the pleasure of sitting next to Josh working at Chase Tower. I have worked for Chase for 20 years and in all my years I was never more thrilled to have anyone as my neighbor as I was with Josh! Every single day we would talk and he would make me laugh so hard I was actually embarrassed. His imitations, especially Jim Carry, were so good and spot on people including me would actually make special requests of Josh. Please accept my sincerest condolences to his loving wife, children and both the Thurber and LeGross families. I can count on one hand the people that I will truly miss in this world and I am proud and honored to say Josh tops that list! Josh is one of a kind and a once in a lifetime treasure! 2 COR 4:16-18

 

Ranou Abdelghani Hoauchine posted on 11/13/18

Rest in peace my dear friend. My prayer goes out to you and your family

 

Jennifer Ohlendorf posted on 11/13/18

Sending love and support to you, Ryan, and to your whole family.

 

Kevin South posted on 11/13/18

In Memory of my friend, Josh Thurber

 

Andrea Weary ( Coworker from Chase) posted on 11/13/18

I am so sorry for loss. Praying for wife and family.

 

Jennifer Ohlendorf posted on 11/13/18

Sending love and support to you, Ryan, and to your while family.

 

Anna Palatnik posted on 11/13/18

Sending love and support to you and your family during this difficult time. No words can help, I hope the time will help heal and continue living.

 

Mary-Hugh Hill posted on 11/13/18

Katie, Ryan and Abby - You are all in my thoughts during this heartbreaking time. I have so many fun memories from over the years and will keep those close to my heart. xoxo MH

 

Suzette Svoboda-Newman posted on 11/13/18

Ryan, You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. If you need anything at all in the coming weeks and months please let me know. Sending loving, healing thoughts.

 

Mary (Jessup) Landowski posted on 11/12/18

So sorry and deeply saddened to hear. Thoughts and prayers with you Steve & Chrisanti.

 

Tom and Anne Aufderheide posted on 11/12/18

Ryan and Family, Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of Max. Our prayers are with you and the family. With heartfelt sympathy, Tom and Anne Aufderheide

 

Kevin John Brochman posted on 11/12/18

I am saddened to hear the passing of Lee. I have many great memories of Lee at many events back in the 80's. From roller ski races to snow ski races, Lee was there often taking people aside and talking technique. A great man!

 

Julie Maceau posted on 11/12/18

I’m so sorry for your loss. I remember max from OA -What a sweet ambitious young man who led our meetings with quiet confidence. May his memory live on in all who his life has touched.

 

Sarah Reddin posted on 11/12/18

Holding Max and your entire family close in prayer.

 

Joe Vitale posted on 11/12/18

I remember when I first met Cees. I had just started going to different concerts and shows. I first met him at the front of a line, camping out waiting for a show like my friends and I had all been doing. We continued to talk for hours because we still had awhile before the show started. After they let us in, he had met up with me and all my friends inside the show. This is one of the best memories I have of Cees, and one of the best shows to the date we have ever experienced together. Ever since that day Cees and I have always kept in contact, meeting up at different festivals all over the United States. When I found out that Cees was going to be at a festival where I was, I was instantly excited because I knew we were all going to have a good time. No matter where Cees went he always brought laughter. I was happy to know him and call him my friend. You will be ever missed Cees. Love ya buddy.

 

Stephanie Starr posted on 11/12/18

Ryan - I am profoundly sorry for your loss. Please know that you and your family are in our prayers from a distance. I pray that you will have peace - and that your faith and your community will give you comfort during this terrible time.

 

Louise posted on 11/12/18

I wanted to express my heartfelt condolences to all of Max's family and friends. For right now there's no detour around grief. No shortcut around mourning. However, please be comforted in knowing that Jehovah hates death; he views it as an enemy. (1 Corinthians 15:26) He has a longing to conquer that enemy, to undo death by means of the resurrection. He yearns to bring back those who are in his memory and to see them live on earth again.​—Job 14:14, 15.

 

Tara posted on 11/12/18

We are all thinking of the family. Our hearts go out to you and pray you find peace.

 

Kim Kolesari posted on 11/12/18

Tonya and the entire LeGros and Thurber families: I am so very sorry for your loss. My heart hurts for all of you. I have thought a great deal about Tonya and Josh’s wedding recently. It was the most happy I had ever seen Tonya and was such a beautiful day. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

Ted Theyerl posted on 11/12/18

Betsy, family and all other friends and family. I want you to know this - and Lee too. Lee was truly an inspiration to me and so many others. I can still hear him telling me to quit basketball and just ski! I did. That changed my life, in so many great ways. I owe many wonderful experiences and facets of my life to him, as I'm sure others do. He will be missed by many, but many great memories of him will live on.

 

Anne Mathias posted on 11/12/18

Ryan, we are thinking about you, your wife, daughter, family and friends and remember how you spoke of Max with pride, humor and love.

 

Becky posted on 11/12/18

No words can ease your pain but we love you. You and your family are in our thoughts.

 

Roxanne Pritchard posted on 11/12/18

Dear Ryan, Words are never adequate at times like this. Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss and know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Luanne Hamton posted on 11/12/18

Katie and Ryan, I am so so very sorry to hear about your loss!! I am Sarah Hampton’s mom and she told me about Max!!! She is beyond devastated as I am sure you all are!! Max looks like such a sweet young man and my heart goes out to both of you and your daughter Abigail!!! Never easy!! I am saying prayers for all of you and words are hard to express right now what you are all feeling right now!!! Katie, Sarah speaks highly of you and I am so very sorry!!!

 

 

Susan Metzger posted on 11/12/18

I was not the "playmate" you had in mind when Mom and Dad had me, but you loved me still. You taught my daughter how to chew gum and not get caught doing so. You are the godmother to my son. The best "Aunti" my kids could have had. btw.. I watched Lawrence Welk just for you. You will be greatly missed. Your loving sister, Susie xoxo

 

Jean Moreland posted on 11/12/18

Dear Ryan and Family, I am sending my deepest condolences your way. While I am just one of many of your MCW colleagues who stand ready to support you in the days and weeks to come, please remember no task is too big or too small to help ease this unbearable burden. Keeping you close in my thoughts and prayers, Jean Moreland

 

Bill Cutrer posted on 11/12/18

Ryan, I am SO sorry to hear about your loss. I am praying for peace and comfort for you and your family in this horrible time.

 

Sandra Pfister posted on 11/12/18

Ryan, I am so saddened to hear about the loss of your son Max. While I never met Max, I heard you speak of him often in such loving ways that only a Dad can do. I know your heart is broken. Thoughts of sympathy and hope for you and Max's mom and sister. Much love.

 

Sarah O'Connor posted on 11/12/18

Dear Ryan, I am so very, very sorry - my deepest sympathy to you and your family as you grieve Max. Sending thoughts, prayers, comfort, and love.

 

Melinda Stolley posted on 11/12/18

Dear Ryan, I am so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

 

Melinda Stolley posted on 11/12/18

Dear Ryan, I am so sorry for your loss. thoughts and prayers with your and your family. Melinda

 

Emily Connors posted on 11/12/18

Ryan - I am deeply saddened to hear of your and your family's loss. I know there are no words that I can offer to ease the pain and loss you and your family are experiencing. I remember meeting Max a few times when he came to work with you. The last time I saw him we shared memories of where we have camped and hiked - he had just returned from a family trip. I could see his love for the outdoors in his face, as he told me about the places he'd been as a scout. I am sending you love and strength.

 

Jessica Seitz posted on 11/12/18

Dear Ryan and Family- I am so, so sorry for your loss. Praying for you all and sending light and love.

 

Dawn Lett posted on 11/12/18

Rita, I was so sadden to have heard the news of sweet Dori’s passing. Thank you for giving me the call and for leaving a message. My family and I were very grateful to have gotten to know and spend time with Doris. She treated all of us Ike family and we felt the same about her. I’m so sorry for you and your families loss but know that you were very lucky to have her in your life. Doris was a special lady to all who knew her.

 

Dan Wickeham posted on 11/12/18

Dear Ryan and Family: I don’t know what to say, other than I am so sorry. I am praying for all of you. Dan

 

Rebecca Welk posted on 11/12/18

My daughter Raven Welk went to school with Max at Parkside. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family and the many friends Max left behind. Rest in peace Max you will be missed.

 

coach corey posted on 11/12/18

While I was not Max's direct JV coach, I always made an attempt to watch all of the JV players. I consider them all like my sons and daughters. My deepest sympathies go out to your family.

 

Jennifer Storm (nee Portello) posted on 11/12/18

I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. Mike was one of the few nice people I met at Woodlawn, and that kindness as stuck with me though all these years. May God watch over you and your family. And know that he is with God now.

 

Rebecca Welk posted on 11/12/18

My daughter Raven went to school with Max at Parkside. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family and the many friends Max left behind. Rest in peace Max you will be missed.

 

Doriel Ward posted on 11/12/18

Dear Ryan: Our deepest condolences. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Chris Gajewski posted on 11/12/18

You don’t know me, but my heart aches for you. My grandson, Jordan, was in Scouts with Max and was his friend also. He had the pleasure of waiting on your table at his job days before Max left us. Know that our love and prayers are with your family.

 

Syed M Ahmed posted on 11/12/18

Dear Ryan, My deepest condolences and prayers are for your wife, you and family. May God bless you. Syed

 

Ivan and Lori Kanarek posted on 11/12/18

Our daughter shares a couple classes with Max at Reagan. She has often shared with us funny stories and jokes and videos that include, or sometimes star, Max. He was a good friend to our daughter and she has several notes from him that she keeps close. He was a bright spot in her life. We are praying for your family during this difficult time.

 

Jessica Olson posted on 11/12/18

There are no words...I'm so sorry.

 

Kirsten Beyer posted on 11/12/18

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Thinking of you.

 

Maricela Castillo-Sanchez posted on 11/12/18

Katie, family & friends-words cannot express what you are going through right now. I’m sorry for the loss of your son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin & friend. May time help you heal your hearts. All of you are in my prayers. “But Jesus said, Let the little children come to me and do not try to stop them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14

 

Carl Lederhaus posted on 11/12/18

Losing you has hurt so bad. Your were a great Scout. I always refer to my Scouts as my boys. You were like a son to me. My God bless you and keep you in his arms. May you have the happiness you deserve.

 

Police Officer Sean Lesnjak Milwaukee Police Dept. District 6 posted on 11/12/18

As the first responding officer I again offer my deepest condolences. My prayers are with you during this difficult time.

 

Connie and Barney posted on 11/11/18

Though I only knew her and Donald briefly, they were terrific people. Please contact Barney

 

Eileen Saveall posted on 11/10/18

Dear Rita, David and Larry Mark, we love y'all more than I can express. Praying for each of you, not many words to say when your heart is full of sadness. I remember how she use to say "say", when expecting an answer from us. She was always a light in my Mom's life.

 

Andrea posted on 11/10/18

You are all in my prayers. I knew Demetri in high school and he always put a smile on our faces. Positive memories, his soul is at peace.

 

Carola M VonBerg posted on 11/10/18

Classmate at Pius and Mount Mary. Our engagements and weddings happened very close in time. We sent each other Christmas greetings yearly until last year.

 

Carola M VonBerg posted on 11/10/18

We were friends in high school and Mount Mary College. Our engagements and weddings were very close in time. We sent Christmas cards until last year.

 

Frank and Stacey Koller posted on 11/10/18

Today we must say goodbye for now to our friend Willie one of the most SELFLESS people we had the honor of not only being neighbors but also a good friend to my entire family especially my kids I am very sad but blessed to have known you We love you and will have good memories of you

 

Jack Kohlhagen posted on 11/10/18

Kathy was a friend of ours from the years we spent at the University of Wisconsin - Stout. that friendship extended through the years with various reunions and gatherings, which reminded us all what a happy, loving and positive person she was. (that was why we fondly gave her the nickname "bubbles"). Rest in peace Kathy, We'll always remember you.

 

Sue Schneider posted on 11/9/18

Willie, You left without saying goodbye. I wish you would have let me know that you were sick again, but knowing you, I'm sure you didn't want anyone to worry. We had so many good times. I could talk to you after long periods of time and it was like no time had passed at all. You will be missed!

 

Cheryl Haydin posted on 11/9/18

Jeff, I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. My prayers are with you, & your family. Please give Michael & Mathew a hug for me. God Bless.

 

Therese McGurty posted on 11/9/18

Kathy was well loved here in the Landmark apartments. She knew everyone who lived here. She was always in a good mood, and had a positive thing to say to everyone. Kathy was my first friend here. She was gentle and kind and I am a better person for having known her, I will miss her everyday. Rest in peace, my dear, dear friend

 

Barbara Hendrickson posted on 11/9/18

My sincerest condolences to Demetrios’ Mom, Dad, brothers, entire family, friends and all others special to him. “Cees” or Demetri as I knew him these past few years will be greatly missed. I’m grateful to have had him in our life, too short though it was. May he be in peace.

 

Angelina Cahala posted on 11/9/18

my uncle was an amazing man, and I have many memories of him. my favourite is watching him cook in the middle of the night for me after work as i waited awake for him. i will never forget you, uncle joe. you will always be in my heart. i love you.

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 11/9/18

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in John's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

The Belanger Family posted on 11/9/18

Though I have not met John or Peggy, it has been an honor to get to know his children, Stacey, Jill and Jeff. They are all a generous, fun loving, and up for an adventure family and I'm sure its partly a reflection of John himself. Our condolences to your family and friends.

 

Raj posted on 11/9/18

Debi, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

Linda & Thomas Dvorak posted on 11/9/18

We are without words in expressing are condolences to your entire family. We were lucky to have known Demetri.

 

McKechnie Family (Donna, Bob, Ian, Rori) posted on 11/9/18

So deeply saddened to hear and our heartfelt thoughts with your entire family.

 

Craig Bottoni posted on 11/8/18

Our deepest condolences. Mr. Borowski was an instrumental factor in beginning my career in medicine and as an Orthopaedic surgeon now! He and Mr. Orlebeck gave so much to convey their knowledge of chemistry. Amazingly, he even taught a small class in organic chemistry. His life and influence live on in all of his students.

 

Liz Pronold. (DLAC volunteer posted on 11/8/18

My sincere sympathy to you and your family. I always enjoyed John- Blue in The Wednesday night class at DLAC... you were such a loving spouse and so very supportive, best to you in the future..

 

Lori Stahl posted on 11/8/18

Keeping you in my prayers. It was an honor to know John.

 

Jeri Kavanaugh posted on 11/8/18

John was a wonderful man. He was a great volunteer. I always enjoyed talking to him. We shared many laughs. Such a good guy

 

 

Ralph Milykovic posted on 11/8/18

My fondest memory is going for breakfast at the Americana inn. Maria would always meet us after we were out on the town, and she had just finished working at Carl's. She was a wonderful person, and knew how to live life.

 

Cheryl Werra posted on 11/7/18

Peggy, we are so sorry to hear about John. It was so great to get to know you both through the Purple Canoe Club. I will always remember the great bond that John and Mike had!

 

 

David & Inez Metzger posted on 11/7/18

We have fond memories of Toni. She was a sweet, free-spirit who will be missed by many. We enjoyed our conversations when she lived in or visited Burlington.

 

Jean wall posted on 11/7/18

I’m so happy to have known Art’s warm and welcoming nature and will miss him terribly, but I know I can find him again whenever I an able to enjoy the company of the lovely family Art and Evelyn gave to us. Until we meet again Art, love from all of us.

 

Sandy B posted on 11/7/18

To the Family I was saddened to hear of the lost of your dear loved one. We read of the Bible's promise of a paradise earth where we soon will be able to live out our lives the way that God intended and to enjoy life to the full. (Isa. 65:21-25) Hold on to that hope and please accept my condolences

 

Karen Peterson Hall posted on 11/7/18

Our family is so thankful for all the love from family and friends and we look forward to reading memories and notes now and keep them in our hearts

 

Diane and Gene Markiewicz posted on 11/7/18

Dear Betsy and family, We send our condolence for your loss. We have many fond memories of times spent skiing with Lee. When I think of him, I think of snow. May God comfort and bless you in the days ahead. We are sorry not to be able to attend the funeral; we are in France. Sincere wishes, Diane and Gene.

 

 

Julie Kovacs posted on 11/6/18

You will be missed my dear friend

 

 

Laurie & Gary Rasch-Anoszko posted on 11/6/18

Lee generously gave of his time to coach and inspire my son Eli in cross country skiing . He was an inspiration and a blessing. We are so grateful to have met Lee.

 

 

Wende Fedder Gorniak posted on 11/5/18

Our deepest sympathies on your loss. Mr. Borowski was my best chemestry teacher. He made a complex subject fun to learn. As a nurse, I appreciate his approach to teaching. May he RIP.

 

Roy Pirrung posted on 11/5/18

My condolences to the family. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Per K. Johnsen posted on 11/5/18

Lee was a long time xc ski friend. I first met him in the late 80s after he published his booklet on the Simple Secrets of Ski Skating, and I skied with him in several races. He was always positive and he trusted in his ability to figure this subtle sport out. My condolences to his family for your loss. He was an inspiration to many and will be missed.

 

David Teske posted on 11/5/18

I was beyond saddened to hear of the passing of Mark. Our parents were dear friends and from little kids on,we would get together and have a blast raiding Bob Sr's vending truck, of course with his permission and brown paper bags handed to us. We've known each other for over 50 years and sadly haven't seen Mark recently but keep in touch via his brother Bob who is my dentist. Ironically my son had Mark for his band director between FL Wight and Hale and he always admired Mark and would speak about him often. It is true when they say life is fragile but, in the end, we are all Blessed to have had the opportunity to know and love Mark. My deepest sympathy to his wife and children and their extended families and to brother Bob and his wife. May the memories and the love of family and friends help you through this difficult time. The Holy Angels band now has one of the greatest conductors at its helm. " Till We Meet Again Dear Friend"

 

Dereje Bekele posted on 11/5/18

Debi, My heart goes out to you and entire family during this difficult time. May God rest him in peace.

 

Terry Traeger posted on 11/5/18

Beth, my condolences to you and to your family. I'm sure Ken will be missed by all.

 

Joe & Kim Ferrie posted on 11/5/18

Our warmest thoughts are with the family.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 11/5/18

Prayers and fond memories are what you have to remember of Lee. May the love of family and friends comfort you during these difficult days. My most heartfelt condolences go out to your family. Jesus promised at John 5:28, 29 "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 11/5/18

I am so sorry for the loss of Kathryn. May the God of all comfort be with your family during this difficult time. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 11/5/18

Please accept this sincere note of sympathy regarding the loss of Roy. May these few words ease your pain. No matter how long our loved one may have lived, they leave behind a void in our hearts. The Bible promises at Revelation 21:4, that soon "death and pain will be no more." For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 11/5/18

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Chada family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. May Jehovah the God of all comfort be with your family. The Bible promises at Acts 24:15, "that there will be a resurrection." For further information, please visit jw.org.

 

Ruby Scott posted on 11/5/18

 

Gary Herdrich posted on 11/4/18

Sincere condolences to the Borowski family.Lee was an awesome man. He will be missed.

 

Barbara Kadoe posted on 11/4/18

Karin and Alan, and family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss and very happy that we got to see her and you. God Bless.

 

 

Linda "EVY" Bush posted on 11/4/18

God Bless you Bruce and your family.

 

Wayne Timm posted on 11/4/18

My condolences to all of Sue's family. I worked with Sue in the shoe department at Gimbels in the 80's. I had not seen her since until about 2 years ago when I ran into her at Brookfield Square. She was a very sweet person who will be missed.

 

Aniya Langjahr posted on 11/3/18

Though I only was able to work with Lee on a few rollerskiing sessions, his impact was lasting. Like a great book, a great coach is always there in your mind long after you've parted. Thank you Lee for that lasting impression. Thank you to his family for sharing such a wonderful person with the world. I'm so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Paula posted on 11/3/18

In fond memory of Uncle Mike. He will be missed greatly, especially for me that easy smile, contagious laugh, and kind voice he always had through the years.

 

Luke Bodensteiner posted on 11/3/18

I will always remember Lee for his enthusiasm, creativity, and passion for sharing. I benefitted so much from his generosity, and still carry with me today the many things I learned from him. Lee, thanks for helping me to enjoy skiing so much, something we both lived to do. I look forward to taking a long ski soon in your memory. I hope everyone who gets some early season tracks at Lapham this winter does the same.

 

John Kotar posted on 11/3/18

My deep condolences to Lee's family. I remember him fondly as we were age class competitors in cross country ski races and avid promoters of this great sport.

 

Mary Kay and Bob Bodensteiner posted on 11/3/18

Feeling heartbroken at the death of our life-long dear family friend and mentor. Lee's beacon of expertise, enthusiasm, common sense and willingness to help others will never be dimmed in the eyes of Bob, Mary Kay, Luke and Nate, the Skate, Bodensteiner. Thank you for everything, Lee. Condolences to the family.

 

Cheffon posted on 11/3/18

Prayers for my family. I love you all. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Byron Mitchell posted on 11/3/18

Wow - so very sorry to hear that Folks. What great memories & conversations. I will post some old (!!!!) photos later - believe I have one of Lee on the start line of either Esker Odyssey or KM Nordic

 

Byron Mitchell posted on 11/3/18

Wow - so very sorry to hear about that Folks. What a guy, what great memories and interesting conversations. I will go dig up some old (!!!) photos and post 'em - I'm almost certain I have one with him at the start line of either the Esker Odyssey or KM Nordic. Wish I could give my appreciation in person next week but will be out of town.

 

Cheryl Grafwallner posted on 11/3/18

I am so happy that I got to see you in September! It was a great visit seeing you and Karin again after so many years. May you Rest in Peace!

 

Jean Marie Pyzyk, Major (Ret) posted on 11/3/18

Dearest MSgt Willie Nance - you were the first one to open your arms and welcome me to the 440th CE family in 1984 when I was a one-stripper. Your warm disposition, friendship and soft, calming voice set you apart as a consummate professional. RIP my dear friend- God Bless you Willie and thank you for your service to our country and devotion to your friends and family!

 

Chris C posted on 11/3/18

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

Alan Bigelow posted on 11/2/18

I’m gonna miss you mom. You left me with such great memories. I will always love you.

 

Denny Beres posted on 11/2/18

Thanks for checking in Uncle Tom! She loved you very much.! I am so glad we got her out to see you last April!

 

Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin posted on 11/2/18

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Kenneth's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Al Quosig posted on 11/2/18

To Ed's family; I worked as a Detective,-- never with Edmond but always a shift or so behind him. None-the-less,-- it was always a pleasure whenever we would meet; hallway, assembly, or ?.-- A role model, -the epitome in decorum & dress. Always a smile, a good word,--he would "Always make my day"!! Al Quosig MPD Det. Bur. Retired '95

 

Annette Simmons posted on 11/2/18

Marlon, I pray that God give you and your family strength and comfort during this difficult time. "I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us". Romans 8:18 God Bless you and your family. Annette and Family

 

Jennifer Hanschke posted on 11/2/18

Prayers and hugs to all of you. May precious memories fill your hearts with smiles and love. So sorry for your loss.

 

Eric Grismer posted on 11/2/18

I was sorry to hear about Bob’s passing. He played cards with our group until he wasn’t able to get out. I stayed in touch with him via phone on card nights to say hi from the group. We will miss his dry humor and witiness. I will pass this on to his card group.

 

Steven Schmidt posted on 11/2/18

I am very sorry for your loss. My father, Eugene M. Schmidt, worked with Bob for many years at Kearney & Trecker. I had the honor of knowing him during my short career at K & T. He was a fine man and will be missed. Godspeed, Robert.

 

Milwaukee Police Post #415 of the American legion posted on 11/2/18

Warmest Thoughts Are With You in your time of sorrow, may you be blessed with friends who care, faith that uplifts, and memories that comfort.

 

DW posted on 11/2/18

To the Family, so sorry for your loss. Hope you will be comforted in knowing that Susan has the prospect of being resurrected, healthy (in the flesh), to Paradise Earth just as Jehovah God has promised. In fact , the vast majority will enjoy everlasting life right here on earth as God had intended from the beginning. God's Kingdom will do this under the rule of Jesus Christ. READ John 5:28, 29, Job 14:14, 15,Psalms 37:29,Matthew 6:9,10, Matthew 5:5 and Revelation 21:2-4

 

Gene Fuquay posted on 11/1/18

Sending My Prayers and Condolences to the Slaters and Carters family. Lean and depend on God. I pray God gives the families peace during this transition. A peace that passes all understanding.

 

 

Camille posted on 11/1/18

Thinking of you today mom! Miss you so much. Wish you were here to guide me on some life things but I know you’re watching over me. Feel free to visit us anytime :)

 

Gene Fuquay-Rucker posted on 11/1/18

Sending My Prayers and Condolences to the Slaters and Carters family. Lean and depend on God. I pray God gives the families peace during this transition. A peace that passes all understanding.

 

Nancy Hays posted on 11/1/18

Sorry for your loss of a fine man.

 

Sara Buelow posted on 11/1/18

I am so looking forward to being there on Monday with Titus! I can't think of another service I'd rather be at, or another family I'd rather be with. The Lord be with you all!

 

Steve, Dawn and Olivia Pitz posted on 11/1/18

Sorry to hear about your father's passing Bruce. Prayers are with you and your family.

 

Steve Curran posted on 11/1/18

I was lucky to know Bob and Grace . Tremendous couple. My thoughts go out to all the family at this time and am sure they will be having some awesome conversations in front of the big man !

 

Tom Duckhorn posted on 11/1/18

I will always remember our many conversations about many subjects. If we couldn't remember something she would call me when it came to her, often when I was in bed. She was always the organizer when I came to Milw. I will miss talking to her to let her know when something important happens. God bless her dear sweet soul.

 

Calvin kohler posted on 11/1/18

I still remember the kiss I got from her at your father's funeral Your mom was my neighbor before she met Roger

 

Donald Smith posted on 11/1/18

A man of intelligence and wit. Rest in peace John.

 

Lorry Waltho (Weisheim) posted on 11/1/18

Bruce (and family), so very sorry, but thankful your Father is with his heavenly Father. You have my sympathy

 

Jazznique M posted on 11/1/18

Hey, big mama I think about you everyday. I dream of you. I know you’re in a better place,but you’ve became a person I could confide and trust.....I needed for a while longer, but heaven needed you. I love you from the bottom of my heart. Years later and it hurts the same. I love you so much despite everything.....you were loved, and you ARE love. I love you forever and eternity ❤️

 

Steve and Nancy Nemeth posted on 10/31/18

Our deepest sympathy to the Braun family. Ed was a wonderful christian man. What a great comfort to know he is now with his Lord and savior.

 

BRUCE WILLIAM BRAUN posted on 10/31/18

MY FATHER WAS A WONDERFUL, CHRISTIAN MAN, WHO ALWAYS PUT OTHERS FIRST. HE WAS A VERY SPECIAL MAN. I THANK THE LORD THAT HE RAISED ME TO BE A CHRISTIAN. I KNOW MY DAD IS RIDING HIS BIKE IN HEAVEN! THE LORD IS TRYING TO CATCH HIM! REST IN PEACE, DAD. AUF WIEDERSAEN

 

 

Cindy Brumback posted on 10/31/18

I first met Maria through her daughter Sue years ago. I loved our visits. She was a very special person and I will miss her when I go to visit Sue. God bless you, Maria.

 

Sheena Allen posted on 10/31/18

Prayers to the Carters family...she was truly an angel here on earth and will continue to be.

 

Debra and Gregg Musbach posted on 10/31/18

Willie - We will miss the greatest man that lived on earth. You were kind in all sense of the word. Our prayers and thoughts will always live on.

 

Terita Buchanan-Moore posted on 10/31/18

I will miss the times we shared I will miss the laughs I will miss the movies we watched I will miss those times in the park I will miss all the peppermints we ate I will miss all the wisdom you gave I will miss our special moments together I will miss your beautiful face I will miss your warm hugs as we embrace You were a True Woman of Strength God and you knew how much I love you Rest peacefully my Angel My forever boo My heart and prayers are with the Slater and Carter family. May God Bless and keep you all.

 

Jerry Earls posted on 10/31/18

Denny, I know this a tough time for you and your family but My thoughts and prays are with you and the family. Sorry for your loss.

 

Jean posted on 10/31/18

Sorry to hear of your family loss, May the God of all comfort give you peace and comfort at this most difficult time. Please read 2 Corinthians 1:2-4 and John 5:28,29 Where Jesus gives us a wonderful hope, that is soon to be realized. That is the hope of the resurrection. What a blessing for your family and mine. If you would like to learn more about this wonderful hope please go to jw.org and download a free copy of the book “ What Can The Bible Teach Us? And read chapter 7 “ There Will Be A Resurrection. It is our hope that this information will help you and your family now and in the future

 

Jean posted on 10/31/18

So sorry to hear of your loss, May the God of all comfort give you peace and comfort you at this most difficult time. Please read 2 Corinthians 1:2-4 and John 5:28,29 Where Jesus gives us a wonderful hope,that is soon to be realized. That is the hope of the resurrection. What a blessing for your family and mine. If you would like to learn more please go to jw.org and download a free copy of the book” What Can The Bible Teach Us? And read chapter 7 There Will Be A Resurrection. It is our hope that this information will help you and your family now and in the future

 

Jean posted on 10/31/18

To the Slater Family: May the God of all comfort give you peace and comfort at this most difficult time. Please read 2 Corinthians 1:2-4 and John 5:28,29 Where Jesus gives us a wonderful hope, that is soon to be realized. That is the resurrection hope. What a blessing for your family and mine. If you would like to learn more please go to jw.org and download a free copy of the book” What Can The Bible Teach Us”? And read chapter7 “ There Will Be A Resurrection. It is our hope that this information will help you and your family now and in the future

 

Jean posted on 10/31/18

Sorry to hear of your loss, May the God of all comfort give you peace and comfort at this most difficult time. Please read 2Corinthians 1:2-4 and John 5:28,29 Where Jesus gives us a wonderful hope that is soon to be realized.That is the hope of the resurrection. What a blessing for your family and mine. If you would like to learn more about this wonderful hope please go to jw.org and download a free copy of the book” What Can The Bible Teach Us ? And read chapter 7” There Will Be A Resurrection. It is our hope that this information will help you and your family now and in the future.

 

Jean posted on 10/31/18

Sorry to hear of your loss, May the God of all comfort give you comfort and peace at this most difficult time. Please read 2 Corinthians 1:2-4 and John 5:28,29 Where Jesus gives us a wonderful hope, that is soon to be realized. That is the hope of the resurrection. What a blessing for you and your family now and in the future.

 

Jean posted on 10/31/18

Sorry to hear of your loss,May the God of all comfort give you peace and comfort at this most difficult time. Please go to jw.org and download a free copy of the book “ What Can The Bible Teach Us? And read chapter 7” There Will Be A Resurrection” It is our hope that this information will help you and your family now and in the future.

 

Jean posted on 10/31/18

Sorry to hear of your families loss: May the God of all comfort give you peace and comfort at this most difficult time. Please read 2 Corinthians 1:2-4 - and John 5:28,29 Where Jesus gives us a wonderful hope,that is soon to be realized. That is the hope of the resurrection. What a blessing for your family and mine. If you would like to learn more about this wonderful hope. Please go to jw.org and download a free copy of the book “ What Can The Bible Teach Us? And read chapter 7” There Will Be A Resurrection” It is our hope that this information will help you and your family now and in the future.

 

Jean posted on 10/31/18

To the Simmons Family: So Sorry to hear of your loss, May the God of all comfort give you peace and comfort at this most difficult time. Please read 2 Corinthians 1:2-4 and John 5:28,29 Where Jesus gives us a wonderful hope , that is soon to be realized. That is the hope of the resurrection.What a blessing for your family and mine. If you would like to learn more please go to jw.org and download a free copy of the book “ What Can The Bible Teach Us? And read chapter 7” There Will Be A Resurrection” It is our hope that this information will help you and your family now and in the future.

 

 

Cynthia Walker posted on 10/31/18

Tony was my co-worker/friend always a smile on his face, he was a person whom did not show his anger. We were Tony’s family in the DA’s Office we just learned about his passing yesterday. To his family you are in my prayers.

 

Almon Jr. and Jean Porter posted on 10/31/18

Bonnie was a loving, caring wife, mother, and grandmother. Blessings to the entire family.

 

Almon Jr. and Jean Porter posted on 10/31/18

Bonnie was a loving, caring, wife, mother, and grandmother. Many blessings to the entire family.

 

Nick Meer posted on 10/31/18

Dear Mary Ann, We are so sorry for your loss , Henry was a special person in our lives. We wish for you to find love and happiness months and years ahead. You are a wonderful person who has been blessed by God. Love, Nick and Nancy

 

Ann Foss Rettenmaier posted on 10/31/18

Marcia and Steve, I am so sorry about Toni’s passing. I have so many fun memories of life on Polk and Clay streets. She is at peace and I pray for healing for you.

 

Carla R Mayfield posted on 10/31/18

I will miss you my friend. I know you are happy to be joining David, but oh how I wish it hadn't been so soon.

 

Mary Kohnke. posted on 10/30/18

So sorry for your loss

 

Warren Zier posted on 10/30/18

I am sorry to hear of Tony's passing. I worked with Tony for a number of years in the district attorney's office. No matter the day Tony always had a smile and a chuckle. He had one of the toughest jobs in the office dealing with angry frustrated and impatient people. Yet all the years I worked with him I never saw him lose his temper. He did that job longer and better than anyone. He was a pleasure to be around whether at work or out socializing. May your fond memories of Tony give you comfort in difficult times like this.

 

Kyla Lee Burton posted on 10/30/18

Such a sweet soul. Toni I am going to miss our conversations, the sharing of happiness and burdens, tears and laughter, jokes and silliness. Most of all I will miss sharing our life stories, past, present and future. I you are loved my friend and I know you are no longer suffering. Forever in my heart.

 

 

Paula Zelsdorf posted on 10/30/18

Good memories from high school A loss of such a beautiful soul

 

Tom and Linda Kruszka posted on 10/30/18

Rich was a wonderful and caring man. He will be deeply missed. God has taken away his pain and suffering. Happy memories to all his family and friends!

 

Alex Barnes posted on 10/30/18

I knew her in 5th grade and can't believe she's gone and 1 other memory I remember is that I saw her again,one time and one time only...she was Noodles and Company while I was working there for my senior year of high school and had a reunion in person.

 

 

Regina M Brown-Dean posted on 10/30/18

Toni, I will miss you but I know you are now free of all pain and suffering, at rest my friend. I know you will be watching over me and I will always remember your smile and laugh. So sail on Toni, sail on.

 

Terri Turnbull Crowley posted on 10/30/18

I will never forget you, Toni. You are so special. I know that someday we will laugh together again but until then, our fun adventures in the 70's and 80's will live on in my memory. May you rest in peace, in loving arms.

 

Jay Conley posted on 10/30/18

Jeff, Christine, John and Mutzie. Sad, sad day. As a kid, my godfather would slip me a silver dollar on many occasions. Many fond memories of your dad. I'll miss him.

 

Eileen McGinnis posted on 10/30/18

Jeff, Christine, John and Maria , I am so sorry for your loss. I wish I could make the funeral but we are in Texas for the winter. I loved Uncle Bob, he was one of my favorites. Hugs to all of you.

 

Charisse posted on 10/30/18

In the days, weeks and months ahead, remember that you are never alone. The God of tender mercies is there to comfort and soothe your aching hearts. Deb will be dearly missed by all who loved her. Reflect on fond past memories and look to the future with hope. My condolences are with you all. -Psalm 94:19, John 5:28,29, Psalm 37:29, Revelation 21:3,4

 

Jennifer (Kelpine) Barone posted on 10/30/18

You will be truly missed more then words could ever explain. I love you Aunt Judy. May my sincere condolences spread to all those whose hearts you been blessed by your presence. Rest in paradise sweet angel. ❤

 

B. Daniels posted on 10/29/18

I'm so sorry about the loss of Deb. My deepest condolences goes out to the family at this time of sorrow. May "the God of tender mercies" comfort you all. (2Cor.1:3,4)

 

B. Daniels posted on 10/29/18

I'm so sorry about the loss of Anna. My deepest condolences goes out to the family at this time of sorrow. May "the God of tender mercies" comfort you all. (2Cor.1:3,4)

 

 

Mary Kautz posted on 10/29/18

To the entire Sawall family , I want to send you my heartfelt sympathy in the passing of Waldemar. I do so remember when your family would come to Fox Lake to Uncle Richard and Aunt Margaret Poppe cottage for the "Kautz reunion" It was so much fun to see you all, and get to know you better. What a wonderful family you all are. My dear Ronald passed away 16 months ago on June 23, 2017. I miss him terrible, but our 3 children, : Karrie, Kristal and Ryon, help me thru a lot of times. Our 7 Grandkids are al big help to me as well. Our Ryon took over the Ford garage here in Clintonville, and is doing well. He Dad, Ron and his Grandpa Leo Kautz would be so proud of him. I hope to hear from you at Christmas time, Bertha , and wish you all many fond memories of Waldemar, and continued good health. Do say hello from me to all of your family. Sincerely, Mary Kautz (Wife of Ronald Kautz

 

 

Barbara Dotzauer posted on 10/29/18

God needed you more than us. Your work here on earth must have been finished. Your going to be missed for your generosity and kindness.

 

Darlene Tank posted on 10/29/18

Judy Love You and Miss You.

 

Jackie and Duane Habermann posted on 10/29/18

Matthew 25:23 New King James Version (NKJV) 23 His lord said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.’ Looking forward to see you again Debbie!!!

 

 

Sabine Odegaard posted on 10/29/18

Sending prayers and thought from Germany

 

 

Carmen Hall posted on 10/29/18

RIP Judy loss for words for The first time but thanks for being a friend! ❤️

 

Vincent G Carter posted on 10/28/18

Missing names from my earlier post- Grand Children - Ataijah, Joeseph, and Jerel! Missing Great grandchildren - Demarion, Avante, Hussein, and little Kyrie!

 

Ben Schoettel posted on 10/28/18

Thankful to have witnessed Deb’s love for God and His children. She was a glowing example of a spirit of Joy. I will be praying for Keith and the rest of her family as they await being reunited with her again with her Savior.

 

Sandee Schoettel posted on 10/28/18

Not goodbye...but until we meet again my dear friend, and sister in Christ.

 

Pastor David & Linda Brown posted on 10/28/18

Your willing service to the Lord, your love for children and your desire to reach them with the Word of God has blessed our heart. You served from your heart, sang from your heart, taught from your heart. You were a blessing! You are missed! However because of your faith in Christ you are absent from the body and present with the Lord. We will see you along the way! Praying for you family.

 

Vincent G Carter posted on 10/28/18

On behalf of the Rev Walter A and Lessie Mae Carter family the entire Slater and Carter families are in our thoughts and prayers. We share the loss of T Sis! Sincerely, Walter JR, Vincent G, Ophelia, Renae, grandchildren Deonna, LaTrina, Walter, III, Shellisa, (plus three) greatgrandchildren Remya, Amber, Jamison, Savannah, Marlon, T, and the baby.

 

Sal Scardino posted on 10/28/18

Until we meet again my friend and sister in the Lord

 

Stacey Karsten posted on 10/28/18

We already miss you so much. I love you.

 

 

Jeannie M Wodke posted on 10/27/18

To a DEAR friend for many years may God bless you we all will miss you so much RIP Ralph

 

Thomas Baker posted on 10/27/18

Love you dad.

 

Clement and Ronald Skiba posted on 10/27/18

I am so sorry for all years that have passed since we were last in contact. I want to say that Jim will be in my prayers and thoughts.

 

Penny Bancker posted on 10/27/18

Dear Mary Ann, We wish to express our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We just found out about Henry's passing. And we are at our home in Estero, Florida and unable to attend the funeral Mass. I have so many wonderful memories from my youth with Henry and his family We will keep him in our prayers. Love, Penny & Ed

 

 

Skip & Cindy Douglas posted on 10/26/18

Dear Steve & family members; Just words of sadness to you for the loss of Allison in your lives. Just know you are in our thoughts and hope that time will heal your pain. We never got to know her but her loss is truly felt and hope you know that we care. Blessings to you.

 

Chris C posted on 10/26/18

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

Alice Raab posted on 10/25/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. If you want to get together some time let me know. Drive safe to Wisconsin

 

John & Cheryl posted on 10/25/18

To us, she was known as "Grandma Gamez". We only had an opportunity to see her infrequently. But we often saw her on Thanksgiving at our daughter's home. I remember those times well because she would be the one who would say the prayer before we sat down to eat. I always felt she had a special line of communication with the almighty. She certainly seemed to be content with her life I know she was well loved by her family. She will remain in our hearts and minds forever more. Grandma, may you rest in peace & God bless you.

 

Jane Lynn posted on 10/25/18

Corinne, thinking of you during this heartbreaking time. You are blessed with Nora and Sophia. We pray for healing and for you to find your way back to joy. You are surrounded by lots of love❤️Jane and Jim Lynn

 

Jeff Zernov posted on 10/25/18

Dear Glenn, so sad to hear of your loss, one can only imagine your pain. May the God of peace give you comfort and hope in being reunited with your son in Heaven.

 

Manubhai. K. Sheth posted on 10/25/18

We met indubhai first in portchester in 1969,become family friend. He had great attachment for my daughter Alpana gandhi ,W left USA in 1973.when he was working in Yorktown, N. Y, staying there with wife Has a Ben and child Ashish. W came to India in 1972,since then w met him in India Baroda in 2000.siw tried to contact him since then, due to hearing problem, he could not reply. W e all family are extreamly shocked today to hear his death in Nov. 2017.we all pray to give eternal piece to his soul and courage to hansaben, Ashish, rupa and others. Manubhai, saryuben, Alpana, Sapana rachana family.

 

The Medrano family.... From Brownsville TX Rachel medrano... And her girls... posted on 10/24/18

Our condolences for tia Estella prayers and our love for the family... We sorry we couldn't make it but you are in our prayers... We love you

 

The Medrano family.... From Brownsville TX Rachel medrano... And her girls... posted on 10/24/18

Our condolences for tia Estella prayers and our love for the family... We sorry we couldn't make it but you are Allin our prayers... We love you

 

Sue Carpenter posted on 10/24/18

Corinne, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your son. My thoughts & prayers are with you and your family.

 

John Siejkowski posted on 10/24/18

My sympathy's to James' family for his passing. From what I've read about him, he was an accomplished member of the Milwaukee police force and very helpful in his community. He sounds like a man that will be missed. My only connection to him is my Dad was an attendant at the filling station where he was shot in 1967 and witnessed it.

 

Pam Tatarowicz posted on 10/24/18

Dearest Mom - I'm so blessed to have shared your journey. What a wonderful gift you gave me to be with you until you left to be with Dad. I will miss you so much, but I am happy that you are now in a place fill with peace and love, free from pain and and suffering. You have been a bright light in my life, inspiring me to be a kinder and more giving person. You worked your magic in quiet and simple touches, endearing you to so many people. You will always be in my heart. We are not saying goodbye, but rather, until we meet and are reunited again. I love you so much Mom, and will miss you more than I can say. Give Dad a kiss for me. Love Pam

 

Monica Adams posted on 10/24/18

We are truly saddened by the loss of Estella, a true blessing. We will remember her gentle soul that vibrant personality she had. She never made it feel like we had not seen each other in awhile and always asked about my kids and if course my mom Michie. We will never forget you! May the Lord give her external rest.

 

Jeff Watts posted on 10/24/18

James Richie, as he was known growing up on Auer Avenue was our friend. I thank you for being someone to keep me focused. He was someone to watch over me when needed. :) Your friendship will always be remembered. We will miss you. God Bless you and the Kendricks family.

 

Theresa Minikel posted on 10/24/18

My condolences go to you and your family in the passing of your father. He touched the lives of myself and my family in a very personal way. I was hit by a car on July 4, 1972, when I was three years old. I was at my aunt's house, who lived across the street from Humboldt Park at the time. A woman was driving her car, and was distracted by her children in the back seat, causing her to drive through the stop sign. Consequently I was struck by her car, and would not have survived if it wasn't for your dad. My understanding is he was off duty that day, saw the accident and came to help. He began CPR until EMS arrived, and stayed with me in the ambulance until we arrived at the hospital. Myself and my family have been eternally grateful. I have often thought of your dad, and your family through the years, and you have often been in my prayers. My only regret is I never personally thanked your dad. So I thank him now, and will continue to pray for your family. I believe there truly are angels among us, and your dad was one of them. Sincere thoughts and prayers, Theresa Minikel.

 

Machie posted on 10/23/18

Tia Estella, I will always remember you as a great friend to my Mom. May you Rest In Peace Tia. My deepest condolences to all the family in Jesus name we pray.

 

 

Cindy Gonzalez Garcia posted on 10/23/18

I LOVED YOU SO MUCH TIA ESTELLA! WE HAD VERY BEAUTIFUL MEMORIES! MAY YOU REST IN PEACE

 

Dede Ceballos posted on 10/23/18

Love and prayers to all the family. I have always been inspired by Tia’s strong spirit and zest for life.

 

Aleks Cukic posted on 10/23/18

Corinne, I am so so sorry to learn of your loss. My deepest sympathy to you and your family during this most difficult time.

 

Anthony Gutierrez posted on 10/23/18

My Deepest Condolences & Prayers going out to Entire Familias

 

Diane Pfaffly posted on 10/23/18

Corinne, we are thinking of you and your family. We are so sorry for your loss. Diane and Phil Pfaffly

 

Audrey Runde Alt posted on 10/23/18

I was blessed to meet Sister Carol in 1962 when we both entered the Salvatorian Community at the Motherhouse on 35th & Center Street in Milwaukee. We became good friends as we lived out our Formation years together. She had a great sense of humor-as well as always being serious about her commitment. To me she had so much common sense about everything and had impressive secretarial and bookkeeping skills. I teased her about her unique way of squeezing her tea bag after she removed it and we often laughed about that. She joined me for fun times while visiting my parents at my family farm in SW Wisconsin. My family loved her as I did. Carol and I stayed in touch whenever and wherever we could even after I left the Community and she went on to take her final vows. Cards, letters, emails, and phone calls kept us connected up until her final months in Wauwatosa. I am grateful that she came into my life. I will always remember her and will continue to believe that she will always be with me.

 

Marge Melton posted on 10/23/18

Carol and I have been friends for many years. We have gone together to shows and concerts at DSHA and always meet at Irish fest. We have had some great times together even in Italy and met the Mother Superior of the order. I showed her pictures of Baltimore and she loved them. I will miss her

 

MARY Kay posted on 10/23/18

Dear Corrine, I am so, so sorry to hear about your son. I am praying for you.

 

Ron DiGiacomo posted on 10/23/18

Steve, my prayers are with you. May you know God’s nearness, care and comfort at this time. Peace be with you, my friend.

 

Dorothy Block posted on 10/23/18

Corinne and Glenn. So sorry for your loss. May you be surrounded by love and find comfort in the joyous memories of Garrett’s all too short life. Love, Dorothy Bunce Block

 

Drew Rosielle posted on 10/22/18

Ruth I am so saddened to hear of Tony's death. Way, way, way too soon. Big love to you and the boys.

 

Pamela Mueller posted on 10/22/18

Dear Glenn, Corrine, and Audrey, I am so sorry to hear of Garret's passing. He was far too young. My condolences for your loss.

 

Lauri Gatto posted on 10/22/18

Jeanne, David, and family...our sincere condolences for the passing of Mack. What a terrific neighbor he was. We enjoyed the many conversations..some quite amusing, and usually very interesting. We will miss watching him at the end of the pier grabbing all the big blue gills from the beds surrounding our homes, along with the sound of him pounding away at his little projects. Our hearts are heavy with his loss. Love to all of you.

 

Christine A Mueller posted on 10/22/18

Dear Glenn, Corinne and Audrey, I was sad to hear about Garret's passing. My heart and thoughts are with all of you. Chris Mueller

 

Sarah Knapp posted on 10/22/18

I miss and love you to the moon and back grandma. It hurts me so much knowing your gone. But yet I'm so happy your with grandpa again. Until I see you again* Rest in Heaven beautiful angel♡

 

Ken Lewis posted on 10/21/18

Jerry was a truly inspiring person and friend who was always thankful for what he had and who always appreciated his visitors at the Village of Manor Park. Jerry made this world a better place and I was honored to be his friend.

 

Al Borgeson posted on 10/21/18

Ruth, I'm saddened to hear this news. So sorry for you and your family's loss!! Rest in peace Tony.

 

Al Borgeson posted on 10/21/18

Ruth, I'm saddened to hear this news. So sorry for your familie's loss. Rest in peace Tony.

 

Mark Tousignant posted on 10/21/18

Dear Glen, Corrine & Audrey, We are so sorry to hear of Garret’s passing. We are in Arizona, but are sending our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Mark and Carol Tousignant

 

 

Frank Matousek posted on 10/21/18

Happy Anniversary ❤️

 

Richard Whitaker posted on 10/20/18

Gary came to UMCWFB for the first time when we were having "Inclusion Sunday" a few years ago. When he heard the Green Circle story read at Children's time he knew he had found a new church home. He took over the reigns of the LGBTQ Advocacy group upon Dr. Mary Lou Taylor's move to another city. In the years since then he has provided strong leadership for LGBTQ folks and has helped to rally straight allies. He became one of our quarterly WFB birthday lunch bunch participants at Royal Gardens Restaurant as former staff and volunteers came together for food, fellowship and fun. Not only did Gary host outdoor LGBTQ cookouts at his home and offered gracious hospitalit but he also welcomed everyone with a smile on Friday afternoons as he sat at the front desk at UMCWFB serving as a volunteer greeter and receptionist. We are among the many who will miss him and wish we could celebrate his life on Monday but alas we are now in NC preparing for a permanent move and searching for a new home. Rest in peace, dear brother in Christ. Richard and Martha Whitaker

 

Maggie A Blaha posted on 10/20/18

I feel badly that I am not available to participate in June's wake/funeral on Monday. We were good friends in the Shamrock Club many years ago. John was so generous to the Shamrock Club Color Guard that my husband, Tom, was a member. I am sending June a hug for all the wonderful memories. My thoughts are also with all of you.

 

Theresa & Randy Schmitt posted on 10/20/18

We are so sorry to hear of your loss, you are in our prayers.

 

Margie Roberts posted on 10/19/18

Gary was dedicated to education. His work with students, the Teacher's Union, and organized retirees luncheons will be remembered. May warm memories comfort his loved ones at this time.

 

Wendi Ross posted on 10/19/18

I’m so so sorry for your loss

 

Sue Cram posted on 10/19/18

Dear Ruth, Thinking of you and your boys during this difficult time. May the best memories of Tony comfort you always.

 

Marcy Neal-mom posted on 10/19/18

Just want to say thank you to Aleta and Nancy and to Living as a Leader's team for the beautiful memories you shared today at Kelly's "Celebration of Life". Beautiful and also many laughs.....I could feel the love you shared.. Kelly always said "you were family".. . Thank you so much again ...

 

Marcy Neal-mom posted on 10/19/18

Living as a Leader... Celebration of Kelly's life...

 

Jerry and Gloria Olesinski Granda and Grandma O posted on 10/19/18

May the hope of heaven give us all peace and the tender touch of the comfort of the father bring us all comfort. At this time words are hard to find but our belief that Ally is home with the Lord and will be in our hearts forevert

 

Jerry and Gloria Olesinski Granda and Grandma O posted on 10/19/18

Grandpa and Grandma O

 

Jerry and Gloria Olesinski Granda and Grandma O posted on 10/19/18

Allison May Olesinski

 

 

Mark Tlusty posted on 10/19/18

With deepest sympathies please know your family is in our thoughts and prayers. With love, Mark and Amy Tlusty

 

Ron J DeGroot posted on 10/19/18

Judy-We are so sorry for your loss. Surely Jerry is in a better place. Our prayers are with you. Jeanne and Ron

 

Joel & Lisa Herriges posted on 10/19/18

Ruth, Austin, Charlie, and Henry, We are deeply saddened to hear of Toni‘s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Joel & Lisa Herriges

 

Joel & Lisa Herriges posted on 10/19/18

Ruth, Austin, Charlie, and Henry, We are deeply saddened to hear of Toni‘s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

 

Margaret Chmiel posted on 10/19/18

So sorry for your loss prayers to all of you and comfort at this difficult time! The Chmiel family

 

Becky Anderson posted on 10/19/18

Much love and hugs.

 

Stephanie Jauregui posted on 10/19/18

Ruth my heart goes out to you and your boys. You are in my prayers. Sorry for your loss.

 

K.Ram posted on 10/19/18

Gina, Ed and family, so sorry for your loss. Prayers to all. Alex and Kristen Ramirez

 

Jeff Lewis posted on 10/19/18

Judy I am so sorry for your loss! My thoughts and prayers are with all of you guys during this time!

 

Helen Andrews posted on 10/19/18

The sadness tnat goes into loosing a child is so heart breaking. I hope he has found his peace.

 

Mary and Scott Egan posted on 10/18/18

Deeply sadden by your loss. Our hearts are broken. May you find peace.

 

maria & peter nichol posted on 10/18/18

ally was the most amazing young woman we ever met . she was our nanny for over 3 years and we will forever miss her. she became a mother and a sister to our little boys who love her so much ! we will never forget the love and kindness she showed our family. there are no words for this sad loss to the world.

 

 

Paul Sajkowski posted on 10/18/18

God Bless this soul taken too soon

 

Diane Kestner (Gwizdek) posted on 10/18/18

Hi Susie, So very sorry to hear about Carl. We went to the same grade school also. I remember going to his house with my Grandma because his Grandma and mine were friends. They say in the kitchen and talked Polish. We only lived three blocks from each other. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Please Take Care!

 

Sandy Messer-Harold posted on 10/18/18

I did not have the privilege of getting to know this beautiful young lady, but met her mother Sandy through work and was starting a new friendship with Sandy right before she moved to Wisconsin. I was so sorry to hear of this tragedy and loss. My thoughts and prayers are with Sandy and her family as they deal with the heartache and hurt of a life taken way to soon.

 

 

Carolyn Shreve Disi posted on 10/18/18

Remembering a great guy who helped make days at ND fun. My best to Suzie and family. God Bless.

 

Jack & Judy Lewis posted on 10/18/18

Judy and family, so very sorry for your loss so soon after gathering to celebrate your birthday. Prayers for you all.

 

AnnaMae Schweitzer posted on 10/18/18

We will miss you deeply, however you left alot of great memories in alot of our hearts. Mine will be always seeing you smiling up north with Rick at the cabin.

 

Liz Lambert posted on 10/18/18

Dear Ruth and family, Im sorry to hear of your loss. Know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers! God Bless,

 

Lisa Taphorn posted on 10/18/18

We met Ally just a few months ago. In a short time, she became my son's world. She was a bright light in his life, and we loved having her be a part of it. We are at a loss and trying to cope and help him cope with such a tragedy. There will always be a place in our hearts that she created and will remain there for her. Our deepest sympathies and prayers to her family and friends. She is missed.

 

Alen Frantz posted on 10/18/18

Dear Austin, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. May his soul rest in peace. - Alen Frantz

 

Dennis Mathewson posted on 10/18/18

I am so sorry to hear of your great loss. Recently I lost my dear mother, and within 30 days I also lost my dear mother-in-law. What helped us was the comfort from the Holy Bible, like at Isaiah 25 verse 8 - "The Sovereign Lord will swallow up death forever, and wipe away the tears from all faces." Also at Revelation 21 verse 4 we find God's promise to remove both pain and death. For more comfort, I turn to the website at: www.jw.org (Search: Comfort)

 

 

Jill Booth posted on 10/18/18

Offering Prayers of comfort for family and friends at the loss of your sweet Allison.

 

Theresa Phillips posted on 10/18/18

I first met Allison when she was just two years old through her mother Sandy. She always would light up any place she walked into - a real spitfire. Hearing of her loss made my heart grieve something awful for her family. She will be greatly missed. Prayers to all her family and those whose lives she touched.

 

Carly Orwin posted on 10/18/18

I coached Ally when she was on the freshman rowing team at UW. Always kind, fun and full of laughter. I could tell that she was going to take over the world someday :) Truly heart broken and my condolences to her family.

 

 

Kathy Morgan posted on 10/18/18

I did not know her personally but I worked with her mother Sandy. My heart goes out to this beautiful family.

 

Debbie Way posted on 10/18/18

Dear Ruth and your boys, very sorry to hear about Tony. He was a wonderful man. Sending you love and prayers.

 

Julie Christian posted on 10/17/18

Dear Ruthie, I'm so sorry to hear about your husband's death. Thinking of you and sending you love and peace from Oregon.

 

Stacey Lampe posted on 10/17/18

My heart is truly broken for your family. I am so very sorry for what you are going through. I know there are no words to help, but please know your family, my family, and your beautiful daughter are in my prayers... eventually there will be peace...

 

Patti Henderson posted on 10/17/18

I met this beautiful young lady who brought joy and magic into the heart of my great nephew, Nathan, and I will always treasure my moments spent with her. My prayers to all her family, Nathan, and friends. God bless each of you as you cope with this loss.

 

 

Jennifer Bradshaw posted on 10/17/18

I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. My heart, tears and prayers are with the family of this beautiful young lady.. I pray for her entire family, her friends, and Nathan taphorn during this difficult time

 

 

Anita Wilson posted on 10/17/18

Many happy memories of spending time with you and your family in Siesta Key. Prayers and love to your family in this time of sadness. You will be missed. Rest in Peace

 

Dorte Bo Jensen posted on 10/17/18

I am a rich person. I knew Henrik and we grew up together in Mälholm/Vejle. Even though we were apart from each other in the everyday lift, we were still so close. That I felt when I visit Henrik and Chloe. It felt just like “ yesterday” Henrik was always the gentleman, had a good sence of humor, and a was a great friend. Always kept his feet on the ground. Thank you Henrik..It was a pleasure to know you. You will always be in my mind as the good person you were. My thoughts to the family.

 

janet Lunog posted on 10/17/18

Ruth was both my Aunt and God mother. She taught me about Jesus,gave me my first piano lessons, and many happy visits to our home too. Ruths life was full of God<s love and blessings.

 

Jan Williams posted on 10/17/18

Gary gave so much to his students in Brown Deer, and he will be long appreciated by the retired staff members for his service in the teachers association and later the many luncheons he arranged so that we could stay in touch. May he rest in peace, and may God comfort his loved ones.

 

John Krienke posted on 10/17/18

So sorry for our loss; I will miss Uncle Jim...!

 

Sunil Bhardwaj posted on 10/17/18

Hi Austin, Very sorry to hear about your loss...May his soul RIP. My prayers are with you and your family in this difficult time. - Sunil Bhardwaj

 

B. Daniels posted on 10/17/18

I'm so sorry about the loss of Carl.. May "the God of tender mercies" comfort you all in this time of sorrow. (2Cor.1:3,4)

 

B. Daniels posted on 10/17/18

I'm so sorry about the loss of . May "the God of tender mercies" comfort you all in this time of sorrow. (2Cor.1:3,4)

 

Nalini posted on 10/17/18

Dear Austin, Very sad to hear!!! Please accept my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. You all are in my prayers. - Nalini

 

Antonio Narvaez posted on 10/17/18

Austin, I am so sorry for your families loss. My thoughts & prayers are with you.

 

Melissa Newhall posted on 10/17/18

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. He was a wonderful person who his sons can be proud of.

 

Marge Netzel Weiler posted on 10/17/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Lisa Marr posted on 10/17/18

Dear Ruth- I'm so sorry for your loss. Holding you and your family in my heart. Sending much love and a big hug my friend.

 

Debby Raygo posted on 10/17/18

So sorry to hear of Carl's passing. Remembering fun times with you guys at the Lake House and Sheeps Head at your folks on Sundays. His sense of humor was next to none--and I'm sure there is a party going on, in heaven, right now. May the Lord comfort you at this time of grief. Debby Raygo

 

LOUANN ZIMMEL posted on 10/17/18

Ruth, I'm so sorry for your loss of Tony. You and your family have been and remain in my prayers my friend.

 

 

Dakota & Natalie posted on 10/16/18

We’re thinking of you and your family, Chloe. Henrik was such a fun and loving man and great father to you. We are always here for you.

 

Traci Ellis posted on 10/16/18

Ruth I am so sorry for you and your families loss. I think often of your and wonder how Henry is doing. Please give him a hug so you get one as well. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.

 

Traci Ellis posted on 10/16/18

Ruth I am so sorry for you and your families loss. I think often of your and wonder how Henry is doing. Please give him a hug so you get one ad well.

 

Karyn Richmond posted on 10/16/18

Ruth and the boys, Sending love, strength, and healing hugs. I will always remember Tony for his huge heart and great sense of humor. Cherish all of those wonderful memories.

 

Missy & Mick Lane posted on 10/16/18

Our deepest sympathies to all of you at this sad and difficult time. May the great memories you hold dear in your hearts help ease the pain and sorrow. With our deepest sympathies, thoughts, and prayers ~ Mick & Missy Lane (parents of Kevin, roommate of Charlie)

 

Toni Ruel posted on 10/16/18

I miss you, Daddy. I love you. Please watch over me.

 

Beth Kolberg posted on 10/16/18

Thinking of all of you during this difficult time.

 

Ann L Jacobson posted on 10/16/18

I will miss you, my dear brother in law.

 

Anne Olson Weadon posted on 10/16/18

I last saw Mary the day we graduated from Cornell. She was a friend & neighbor in the dorm, and we often rode back and forth to Ithaca from our neighboring hometowns upstate. I send condolences to her family. May she rest in peace.

 

Joanne Kubiak posted on 10/16/18

.I will miss my sister very much. She was always there for me and visa versa. Her quilting was superb as was her cooking,She always made us feel at home when we visited. She was generous and giving..With love, Joanne and Tom Kubiak

 

Keith Canary for The Canary's , neighbors from way back posted on 10/16/18

Dear Janet and Family- Sorry to read of the loss of your sister, sending our sympathy to all of you at this time

 

Dr. Chmura, Dr. Onderdonk, and Nurse Teri posted on 10/16/18

Anna was always so pleasant to be around. We are lucky to have been touched by Anna's presence. Our deepest condolences to her family.

 

Ida Grossman posted on 10/16/18

Henrik was a caring soul, eager to extend a helping hand and encouragement to all...a real “Treasure” to his friends and family. He possessed an effortless charm that drew others to him like a magnet. He entertained with a quick wit that lifted the spirits of everyone he encountered. The list of those who will miss him is long. I am thankful to be one who has had the pleasure to know Henrik. My prayers go out to all of his friends and family in their time of loss.

 

Karen Helms Ward posted on 10/15/18

Rest in Peace, dear Gary. Your kind words and easy laughter will be missed. With deepest sympathy, Charles and Karen

 

Fran Walloch posted on 10/15/18

I will miss a great brother and wonderful friend. The world lost a very special guy.

 

Mindy & Jeff Spoden posted on 10/15/18

Chloe, Jeff & I are so sorry for your loss. Your Dad is the reason we moved to Wisconsin. He will be greatly missed by a lot of people. You and your family will be in our hearts.

 

Randy Ratkowski posted on 10/15/18

Kenny and Diane, so sorry to hear of the loss of your Dad! We hope you have good memories to keep! Randy and Sue Ratkowski

 

Clem Ratkowski posted on 10/15/18

Kenny and Diane, thoughts and prayers are with you! Remember all the good times in the neighborhood and what wonderful neighbors your family was.

 

CAROLYN MITCHELL posted on 10/15/18

we will miss her sunny personality at Ward & Kennedy

 

Wil and Mary Vidal posted on 10/15/18

Chloe, I remember going into your Father’s store for the first time in the 90’s to get him to buy some advertising in The Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel. Your baby picture was hanging on his office wall. I asked him about you. It was the start of a long lasting friendship with your Dad. We had a lot of fun times like going to Rio, golf, Christmas parties, your graduation, most recently boating with furniture buddies. He was a great Father for you, and a great friend to us. He left us way too soon. We will miss your Dad’s easy going caring disposition. He was always fun to be with. Wil and mary Vidal

 

Jolene Pipp posted on 10/15/18

Tom was not only a father-in-law but like a father to me. He was kind and caring and wanted to be sure Dave and I made smart decisions. He was a loving and attentive grandfather to Tyler and Jack and I loved when they played catch with the baseball together. His memory lives on in Dave's laugh and the boy's smiles. I will always think of him when I have orange marmalade on toast or Christmas stollen (with butter of course). We took trips together and even lived in the same house for six months. I will miss him greatly but he will live in my heart and memories forever. God blessed us with the time we had with Tom.

 

Pam Van Alstine posted on 10/15/18

Billie & Megan, My condolences to you and your family on the passing of your mom. It is never easy to lose a parent, no matter your age. May peace and comfort continue your life journey without your mom's earthly presence.

 

Lonnie Tidwell posted on 10/15/18

As your loss will be an unwelcome adjustment, we wish you all a warm time together in remembrance and that you are able to share your memories and laughter of the times that were spent with your Mother.

 

Joan Milott posted on 10/15/18

I was so sorry to learn of Mary’s passing. I was fortunate enough to work with Mary at Froedtert and help care for her in the past. I always think of her when making pumpkin bread; hers was the best! I also remember her kindness in rescuing two cats from the humane society. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.

 

Mohammad Shafi posted on 10/15/18

I am very sorry for your loss dear Rebecca. My prayer to you and your family. May God rest her soul in Peace.

 

Kutaiba Aldandachi posted on 10/15/18

I am sincerely sorry for the loss of your mother Moms live forever in the hearts of their children. I wish you the best and am praying for you.

 

James posted on 10/15/18

It’s been two days & I miss u already.we had 23yrs of friendship. I’m gonna miss talking to u & those jokes that u tell that know one thought we’re funny but u.i laughted anyway because that’s what friend do.it hurts man but I take comfort in knowing u will never be in pain again.rip buddy love you man..(a golden heart has stopped)!

 

Joel Johns posted on 10/14/18

Very sorry to you and your family Kip! Great person.

 

The Felber Family — Wethersfield posted on 10/14/18

Chloe and Family — Henrik was the definition of a good man — always friendly and welcoming — a true gentleman. This is a tremendous loss for all who knew and loved him. May you find comfort knowing he is in Heaven.. We are praying for you ❤️.

 

John Friedel posted on 10/14/18

I am so deeply sorry for the loss of Uncle Jerry. May God fill the whole Lesiecki clan and all of Uncle Jerry’s loved ones with strength, peace, and comfort that only He can provide in a difficult time like this. Please know that my family and I are praying for all of you. With love, John, Kerry and the Friedel Family

 

 

Russell, Muriel Launder and Family posted on 10/14/18

From Muriel and Russ Launder - We're sorry we could not attend the service for Pat. We are not as mobile as we would like. It is difficult to put in words the many times we met with Pat and John and how we shared our daily experiences. We mostly shared events that included our families. We were fortunate to spend so many years with Pat and John. They were a very special couple and always helped brighten the day. We send our love and prayers to the Spolar Family.

 

Beth ( Bykowski) Platten posted on 10/14/18

I want to express my sympathies to the family. I did not know your father, but know the pain of loosing mine. I can say even without knowing him however, he must have been a great man as I know how Rick and Greg are such outstanding men. Find peace and comfort in the loving memories that will live on..Beth

 

John Kent posted on 10/14/18

Gods speed my friend....... way to many adventures and memories to list I will cherish them all. Thank you Chloe, Sabrina and the entire family my thoughts and prayers for you. John

 

Carrie E. Kalata posted on 10/14/18

Molly was one of my Sorority sisters at Alpha Phi at UW-Madison. She was my first "big sister" on Pledge night and was so kind, caring, and fun! I remember her beautiful smile and characteristic voice! My deepest sympathy to her loving family. May you all be comforted by her life well lived, her strong faith, the many people she touched with her kindness and love, and the many wonderful memories you all hold dear. Carrie Kalata, Brookfield, WI

 

Bob and Claudia Stewart posted on 10/14/18

Although we had not seen Gerry in a long time, we knew he suffered a long time with Alzheimers disease. He was fine husband and father. Our children grew up in the same neighborhood and of course we knew Judy as well. We send our deep sympathy and prayers to all of you. May he rest in peace. Claudia and Bob.

 

Mike Friedel posted on 10/14/18

Uncle Gerry was one of my dad's best friends and my Aunt Judy was one my mom's sisters and best friend. It's no wonder life's circumstances brought our families together on birthdays, holidays... and most any reason to spend time together. I am forever thankful for the many fond memories of sharing experiences at their home; such as, the annual New Year’s Eve BBQ and fireworks viewing above the Greendale Highschool. Sausages and burgers were on the grill and Uncle Gerry’s peppers available for the faint (mildly hot) to brave (toxic hot) heart :) Most of those at the toxic hot end remained in the same pile and untouched by anyone but my uncle! It was during those events that I experienced another interesting and quality that I secretly envied... Uncle Gerry could sleep while standing upright and between moments we were talking :) Whenever our families met for vacation at a campground in northern Wisconsin, Uncle Gerry took time to see how I was getting on with life. He showed genuine concern for my family and other aspects of my life including sister and brothers, university, job, etc. I loved listening to his stories of visits to China and other far-away places. To this day, Uncle Gerry’s impact on my personal and professional linger on in my life. I will miss uncle Gerry!

 

 

Maria F Tronchoni posted on 10/14/18

You hold a warm place in my heart as my WI mother! Thank you for being my mom for a whole year. Love you. Your Venezuelan daughter.

 

Suezie and Charlie posted on 10/13/18

May the good Lord receive her gentle soul, Our heartfelt and sympathy. love Charlie and Suezie Gore

 

 

Michael Gross posted on 10/13/18

I remember going to their cottage with my brother Stephan and Mark. We made a pitstop at the Schwabenhof on the way out there. Tante Linda was always so very kind and loving with us, always making sure she had PLENTY of candy for us in her purse. Love this lady.

 

Amy Roebuck posted on 10/13/18

Kip I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Chris Kiel posted on 10/13/18

Jerry inspired all at the Friday Rosary service at Manor Park. Jerry was devoted to the Rosary and took comfort in honoring Mary the Mother of Jesus through the Rosary. Jerry will be missed and he will definitely be in our prayers.

 

 

Kathy Mulhall Nitka posted on 10/13/18

Shaun and family, my deepest condolences. God Bess

 

 

Sister Sue posted on 10/13/18

I will always remember Tom and his wok cooking demonstration in the garage while he and Sue visited on Camano Island. You will be missed.

 

Marie posted on 10/13/18

I have experienced a loss of a dear loved one myself and a scripture that gives me comfort is at 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4 which states, “Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, The father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God.” This scripture helps us to appreciate that God gives us comfort as we go through trials in life. In addition, I find hope in this scripture at Revelation 21: 3,4 which states, “With that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: “Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his people. And God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” I hope you find comfort in this scripture in knowing that one day God will do away with all suffering we experience today. Please visit www.jw.org to find more comfort in the scriptures and to answer any further questions or concerns you many have. Feel welcome to watch this comforting video titled, Is There Hope for the Dead? Video: https://www.jw.org/en/publications/videos/intros-for-the-ministry/is-there-hope-for-the-dead-intro/#?insight[search_id]=5200b591-e465-4394-bc7c-b57a66066134&insight[search_result_index]=2

 

Jami Walloch posted on 10/13/18

My most recent warm memories of Gerry were going to the Milwaukee area in the early summer for Gerry's birthday with an 8 pack of Guiness to talk about "old times" and exaggerate on the length of our drives when we would golf on Sundays at 5:30 in the morning with my dad, George back in the 1970's and 80's. I will miss Gerry with his ever present smile and unending enthusiasm for life. My heart felt condolences to Judy and the rest of the Lesiecki family.

 

Nancy Lietzau posted on 10/13/18

Cindy & I worked together at Culver's for 4 years. We became good friends. She was a wonderful person & will be missed very much. We have kept in touch thru Facebook since we moved out of the area. I stopped in to see her several times when I got back in the area. Our prayers & thoughts are with you all!

 

Nancy Lietzau posted on 10/13/18

Cindy & I worked together at Culver's for 4 years. We became good friends & I stopped in to see her many times after we moved from the area. She was such a wonderful person & I know she will be missed a lot! I don't live in the area anymore or I would be there to pay my respects.

 

Lynda Neyhart posted on 10/12/18

I am so sorry to hear about your loss, m words can express how IM certain the emptines you feel. May you find comfort in your memories and as family and friends surrounfs you at this time and always.

 

Fr. Joe posted on 10/12/18

I knew both John and Pat for over twenty years. I miss both of our wonderful conversations and laughter. Fr. Joe

 

Nancy Jacobson-Taibl posted on 10/12/18

So sorry for your loss. My sympathies to you all.

 

Kathleen Lenz posted on 10/12/18

Jack was a wonderful educator. He generously shared his talents with students, staff, and the greater Milwaukee High School of the Arts community. It was a pleasure to work with him in his capacity as Music Department Chair. I remember him fondly and am so sorry for your loss.

 

Laura Dykstra posted on 10/12/18

Frank and K-Lynne's Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I worked in the office right next to K-Lynne years ago at Tricom and thankfully we reconnected over coffee just last year. She was so caring, giving and always willing to lend a hand. She had the best smile and laugh. Boy, did we have some good laughs. She was one of the good ones and she will be missed. My heartfelt sympathies to you.

 

Dennis and Jaonn Stacewicz posted on 10/12/18

Cousin Ann , you will be missed dearly , all the love and smiles will always with us ! May you and John reunite with each other with heaven's doors . Prayers for your family . Love Cousin Joann

 

Todd Merwin and Michael's Family posted on 10/11/18

There are no words that can express the profound sadness at the loss of a child. We offer prayers that you find peace and strength in friends and family.

 

Paula Reese posted on 10/11/18

Words can not express how sorry I am for your loss. I may not have met Anna but she seemed to be a very special person. Heaven has gained a special angel. Hugs to the Snopek family. Love Paula

 

Jenny LaMack (Atkinson) posted on 10/11/18

To Shaun and your family, I am very sorry for your loss. My heartfelt sympathies to you. You will be in my prayers. ❤

 

Kevin Richards posted on 10/11/18

Jack, I was so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother Molly. You are a great teammate of ours at Zywave, and we are all here for you during this difficult time. I have made a donation in your mother's name to the Bread of Healing Clinic. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Laura Budreau posted on 10/11/18

Dear Neel and Ira, We offer our sincere condolences and deepest sympathies on the loss of your beautiful son, Rohan, who was taken from us too soon. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Love, Mick & Laura Budreau Dave & Marilyn Jaeger

 

Judy Baum posted on 10/11/18

Dorothy was loved by students and staff at Lake Bluff School in Shorewood. She had a wonderful smile and was friendly, caring, and always helpful. She was a ray of sunshine during lunch time. I personally enjoyed talking with her at school and was always thrilled to see her outside of school when she set up food product sample stations at Sendiks in Whitefish Bay. She will always be remembered as a very dear person.

 

 

Kim and Mitch Hofecker posted on 10/11/18

In loving memory of your sweet child. I'm so very sorry Neel.

 

 

Christy, RN posted on 10/11/18

I'm so very sorry for your loss. Anna was an amazing young lady. It was such an honor to take care of her. You guys are an amazing family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Carrie Lombardi posted on 10/11/18

My thoughts and prayers are with your family. My heartfelt condolences.

 

Alice Kehoe posted on 10/10/18

Dorothy was for many years a valued member of Archaeological Institute of America-Milwaukee Society. She regularly attended our lectures, her bright lively face lighting up the room. No topic was too difficult for her to understand and comment on. At 92, she was still walking over to the lectures at UWM. We really miss her since, in the last few years, she could no longer do so.

 

Pete & Kelly Dobson posted on 10/10/18

Dear Ed and family, what a beautiful tribute of a remarkable person. I enjoyed learning about your mom, Ed. Prayers to you during this time.

 

Dan Stuck posted on 10/10/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time. May God's peace and love give you comfort and guidance.

 

 

Diane Merkes posted on 10/10/18

Dear Allison & family: I’m so sorry for your loss. Allison, you loved Anna like she was your own. Every time you talked about Anna, I could hear the love you had for her. I really enjoyed meeting her & listening to her beautiful music. I pray that you can feel God’s strong arms hold you ever so tightly to help you during this difficult time. LYHB, Diane & Greg

 

Tussima Ojha posted on 10/10/18

Condolences from the Ojha family. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Amy Thode posted on 10/10/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers. The Thodes

 

 

Kelli M Lessila posted on 10/10/18

Dear Karly and Family, one of lifes most profound experiences is to go through the death of a parent. I am very sorry for your loss. I hope you can find peace knowing you are thought of during this difficult time of your life. Much love and best wishes to you and yours.

 

Steve Dindorf posted on 10/10/18

Shaun and Julie, my heart is broken to learn you've lost a child. My prayers are with you for healing and God's presence during this difficult time. Blessings, Steve

 

Timothy Kloss posted on 10/10/18

I'm a friend of Sigmund SnopekIII, who was uncle to Anna. I love that she wished for a Steinway, for Anna was herself music. On Sigmund's Christmas album Ornaments Anna sang Deck the Halls with verve like a pro. I was astonished to learn that she was still a young girl. I saw Anna one time. Villa Terrace celebrated many of Sigmund's compositions including a dozen or more pieces for solo flute which Anna performed impeccably and without showing strain but ladylike grace. Witnessing such lovely countenance and carriage convinces the world that among us was is is an angel. Condolences and love to the Snopek family-Timothy Kloss

 

Julie Schmitz posted on 10/10/18

Marcy, Frank & Brian, I am so terribly sorry for your loss. Kelly was an amazing, strong woman who obviously cared very deeply for you all. Sending love, and praying for you all.