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Tarita Gillespie Vaughner posted on 3/31/20

Paul just reminded everyone's heart that life is short. I love you my Big Lil Bro, I've yet to imagine what this world is gonna be like but I'll do my best with never forgetting and sharing your being. Gone but never forgotten. One Love.

 

Sylvia Harris posted on 3/31/20

You will always be in my heart.

 

 

Sylvia Harris posted on 3/31/20

King General for life!! I will miss you soooooooo!!

 

 

Stephanie Collins posted on 3/31/20

Thoughts and Prayers for your family at this time. RIH Paul....you are truly missed.

 

 

Naekomi posted on 3/31/20

In memory of Paul James Clemons, Jr., Naekomi lit a candle

 

Kimberly Green posted on 3/31/20

My condolences to the entire family. I ask God to give you all strength during this time of grief. Rest In Peace Big Paul

 

 

Tarsha Benford posted on 3/31/20

Dear Tracey & Family May God cover you during this very difficult time may you know how much he loves you and that you will find peace and celebrating your brother’s life love you guys

 

 

Kimberly Green posted on 3/31/20

I would like to send my condolences to the entire family. You all are in my prayers during this time of grief

 

Richard M Badger posted on 3/31/20

Tracy and Family, I extend my deepest condolences to you. Big Paul was truly a Big Homie that loved everyone and everyone loved him! He will be sorely missed and never forgotten! #33rd4Life

 

 

Eric Watson posted on 3/31/20

In memory of Paul James Clemons, Jr., Eric Watson lit a candle

 

 

Ann Parker (Ruminski) posted on 3/31/20

My heart goes out to Jennifer's family. I remember when she was born, Amy and Greg living up off of 92nd Street, baby sitting her at their 1st house. And also how beautiful she, sweet and kind she was when she was my junior brides maid at my wedding. A lot of time has gone by since I've seen her last. I miss her, she is always in my heart. Family ur in my prayers. Love, God Bless You.

 

Delrena posted on 3/31/20

I am so sorry that this has happened Paul you will be missed by all you came in contact with until we meet again I love you Cuzn deeply hurt by this loss

 

 

Erika Wilson posted on 3/31/20

I am so sorry I was unable to see you before the Almighty called you home you will be missed and never forgotten

 

 

Bridget Williams posted on 3/31/20

My sincere condolences to the family. It was a pleasure to have known you.

 

Marilyn Kautzer posted on 3/31/20

Darlene, Ali my thoughts and prayers are with you . This is a difficult time at any time, but especially now during all this chaos.

 

Monique Hendon posted on 3/31/20

Big Paul will be missed dearly. Its not often that I am lost for words but in this case I am. For everyone that loved Big Paul i hope you can find comfort in the fact that were able to share some time with him at some point.

 

Chris Mahsem posted on 3/31/20

I will miss our talks on gardening and cooking.

 

 

Jacqueline Greer posted on 3/31/20

My prayers are with the family a great loo

 

 

Pam col posted on 3/31/20

Jenny you will be missed, I loved you so much.

 

Cassy Suarez Del Real posted on 3/30/20

I’m so sorry to hear this news. My heart breaks. Rip Jenny

 

 

Cheryl Meunier posted on 3/30/20

May she rest in peace.

 

Ron Danielson posted on 3/30/20

My lady Mary and I knew Walter and Donna from the Shriners. Some years ago, Mary and I attended a performance of "Forever Plaid" at the Broadway Baby Dinner Theater. Donna and Walter were at the same performance with another group of friends. If I remember correctly, it was the Booth's wedding anniversary. The premise of the play is that four friends who are a singing group finally got a gig that would boost their careers. They drive to NYC to their gig, which is the same night that the Beatles are performing on the Ed Sullivan Show. The boys are hit by a bus carrying Beatles fans to the show, and are killed. The boys are given one last chance (by the Big Guy) to perform, and Forever Plaid is that show. The first act has the group singing several songs, and they get better with each number. They have a pianist on stage with them to accompany them. After the intermission, their accompanist is "missing". The group needs someone from the audience to come up on stage to play "Heart and Soul" on the piano. Well, Donna was selected, and when the group tells her what note to start on, she played a little flourish and went into the song! The singers had no idea she was a piano teacher, so that was a little joke on them...It really made the evening special for everyone in the audience.. We all will miss Donna. They were a wonderful couple.

 

Michelle Mikkelson posted on 3/30/20

To Bob and Family, I am so sad to hear about this. I feel so privledged to have cared for her the last two years. You guys always made my day, especially when we were making fun of Bob. He's take a walk, we'd joke around, and then he'd come back and we would laugh. She is with Jodi, and her other co-patients that left us before her. Love to the whole family, Michelle Mikkelson (your favorite weekend charge nurse)

 

 

Lynn posted on 3/30/20

My Deepest sympathy to the family!

 

 

Jennifer Guy posted on 3/30/20

I’m lighting a candle for an amazing woman! May she Rest In Peace in the open arms of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

 

Leslee Gardinier posted on 3/30/20

Linda, Justin, Rocky, and family, our deepest sympathies in losing Rob too young and too soon. He always seemed so shy around us cousins, but we knew he was a brilliant guy. God be with you during this difficult time and cherish your wonderful memories. We also hope you're all safe and able to stay healthy during this awful pandemic. Hopefully, there'll be another family reunion. Love from Leslee, Clayton, Rod, Bob Gardinier, and families. .

 

 

Sue Howard, Retired Hillside Kindergarten Teacher posted on 3/30/20

My prayers and sympathy to Geanine's family. She was well respected at Hillside and always had a smile and positive comment!! She will be missed!!

 

Christina Kelm posted on 3/30/20

Joyce, I am very sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

JEANETTE KLIT posted on 3/30/20

2722 SOUTH HILL ROAD, #38 I really and truly feel happy for Betty. Not only is she reunited with her husband alnd son, but with her nsister, Ann Marie, who [assed in 1985.

 

 

Kali posted on 3/30/20

Love always

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 3/30/20

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 Dr. Thomas' name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 3/30/20

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 Donna's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

 

Joseph pardo posted on 3/29/20

I am so sorry for your loss of dan and nat

 

Denise White posted on 3/29/20

I had the pleasure of working with Lynda and interacting with her. She was always such a nice person and an excellent worker. My thoughts and prayers are going out to her family who she was so fond of. Rest in peace Lynda.

 

Mailyn condella mayer posted on 3/29/20

Dear Rob and hofstetter family, Thanks for the wonderful memories. I will remember always remember all of the Christmas parties at your house. It was so fun just hanging out at your beautiful home just to see who will show up. I am glad I could be part of it. It was wonderful how to watch how your brother, Rocky, stood by your side to help you in any way. Even though your brother is only a half-brother he loves you very much and will miss you very much. I hope to receive my weekly call from Justin (just to keep me in the loop). I have missed this lately. We will meet you shortly to guide are relatives on their way Love Aunt Marilyn

 

Joshua berry posted on 3/29/20

Missing you alot bro. Right around this time years back i remember walking with you to school and talking about the future of our lives. I remember you playing the computer game fable alot. I still and always will hold your memory alive. Miss u lots bro

 

Karen Brendemihl posted on 3/29/20

I will surely miss all the great years I had with my dear sister Audrey! From going to her house as a youngster playing Yahtzee on her family room floor with nieces and nephews to swimming in her pool, having many wonderful times with our siblings and parents, going out to eat and then visiting with her at her apt and also at Care-Age. She made me smile and laugh during those fun times! I will always cherish those memories and never forget her. I thank our Lord Jesus for her and her family! Our sincere condolences. Karen Steve and Jacob Brendemihl

 

Leslie (Mercer) Morgan posted on 3/29/20

So sorry. My father spoke very fondly of my aunt. I wish I had know her better. All my love Leslie.

 

JUDY HOGAN posted on 3/29/20

Donna Booth lives on in all the piano students she taught and the music they continue to share and enjoy in their lives. She gave piano lessons to our 4 daughters, coming to our home for years in Brookfield until she stopped traveling and we came to her home in Hartland. She was a consummate teacher--knowledgeable, kind, patient, and challenging. With loving memories, Judy & Pat Hogan

 

Steve Ehr posted on 3/29/20

Mark and family. Sincere condolences. I can not begin to fathom the hurt and pain. Blessings and prayers

 

Lee and Sherry Schubel posted on 3/29/20

Sharon, Chris, Julie and Family, Our deepest sympathy for your loss. We pray your love and trust in God will heal the sadness you feel. Out thoughts are with you. With Love, Lee and Sherry Schubel Fellow HA friends, Neighbors of Dick and Ruth Scheel

 

Manny & Rita Staleos posted on 3/29/20

Elaine & Family - We are so sorry to hear of Tom's passing. He was always such a kind and compassionate man - soft spoken and gentle, a great listener. You are in our prayers. May his memory be eternal.

 

 

Ileen and Justin Ferge posted on 3/29/20

Condolence sorry for your loss

 

 

Mike posted on 3/28/20

Hi Ma, I sure do miss you. Please give Pappy and Missy a big hug for me. I hope to see all of you again someday. Love, Muck

 

 

Michael Wnek posted on 3/28/20

Great person, Great Family. All our love. The Wnek Family

 

Saundra Orr posted on 3/28/20

My heartfelt condolences to Myra, Christine and the family. I just found out today and am quite saddened. Ernestine and I go back a long way to Auer Avenue School days. Happy at the fact that I did i visit with her last summer in Brown Deer. She was a wonderful person with a quick beautiful smile and a willing personality. God bless you all during these trying times. Sincerely, Saundra Orr and family

 

Saumya Sivaram VanderWyst posted on 3/28/20

Anton and I would like to express our deepest sympathy for your loss. While I didn’t have a chance to interact often with Dr. Pagedas, each occasion was burnished by his easy laughter and joy in his family. I wish there was more we could do for you in your time of grief. All our love, Saumya & Anton

 

Penny (Krayewske) Mentzel posted on 3/28/20

Linda, please accept my deepest sympathies. I am so happy to have had great times at Bullwinkels when we all got together!!! I will keep you in my prayers. With deep love, Penny

 

Dennis Stappas posted on 3/28/20

Dear Elaine and family, Sue and I send our deepest condolences. Tom was a very kind and gentle man. He was also a very generous steward to the church. I will always remember both your and his kindness and concern when I was going through my illness some 17 years ago. He will be greatly missed. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

 

Peter & Linda Schroll posted on 3/28/20

Dear Deb, Diane, Paul & Laurie, Brian, Kevin and families. We're so sorry that you are experiencing the sadness of your Mom and my Aunt Audrey's death. Aunt Audrey will always hold a special place in our hearts. She touched us with her smile and laugh, she could also touch us with her very direct comments!! No matter how Aunt Audrey was feeling, she always looked beautiful from head to toe. Her nails looked gorgeous. I will miss patting her on the head whenever I would hug and kiss her good bye. Also, everyone in heaven better watch out because Aunt Audrey is the best Sheephead player I know. I am sad, I will miss her, I will remember all the happiness we shared. Aunt Audrey is now a bright star in the sky watching all of us. So we better be good!! When you see a smile, it's Aunt Audrey smiling back at us, because she is now happy and wants us to be happy too. Uncle Paul is really happy, he has his Audrey Ann by his side again. Love, Linda & Peter

 

Peggy LeBrun posted on 3/28/20

I had the honor of working with Alex on last year's Strain for the Brain event. He put his heart and soul into that event, attending meetings even while in the midst of treatment. He was generous with his time, his commitment, his love, and his desire to change the world for the people who come after him.

 

 

Dave Reddy posted on 3/28/20

My heart goes out to you. You are in my thoughts and heart. Love, Dave.

 

 

Lindsay Giuliani posted on 3/28/20

So sorry for your loss ❤️

 

 

Mike posted on 3/28/20

I miss you Pappy. Give Ma and Missy big hugs for me. Love, Muck

 

Tracy Luse posted on 3/27/20

Myra I’m sorry for the lost of your mother. My condolences are with you & the family.Asking God to strengthen you all. With All My Love, Tracy Luse

 

Pete & Debra Gaveras posted on 3/27/20

Dear entire Pagedas family. Dr. Tom was so loved and an inspiration to us all. He and Elaine were so very generous to the AHEPA Scholarship program and helped inspire many of our young graduating students to further their careers. Tom especially was gracious to our family and good friends with my father Steve. I assume they are having a pastry and a coffee somewhere up there during this Easter season. May his memory be eternal. Pete Gaveras and the Gaveras family

 

 

Ann Stokman posted on 3/27/20

Sorry to hear of the loss.

 

Joyce Rader posted on 3/26/20

Sorry to learn from Karen B. of your Mom's passing. Many warm and heartfelt thoughts are with you. Wishing you strength, peace and many good memories.! I enjoyed the times Audrey and I got to visit; a very nice lady. We share some special moments. Because of COVID, I'll be passing on joining you, but will be thinking of all of you. In sincere sympathy, Joyce Rader

 

Joyce Rader posted on 3/26/20

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Connie and Jeff posted on 3/26/20

Though your Mom is gone, she still lives in all of your heart's. Cherish and treasure those memories, they will give you the strength. Our deepest sympathies for the loss of your Mom. Our prayers are with you. (We are very sad we couldn't be present for the funeral due to current situation.) Blessings, Connie and Jeff

 

Gloria Mosley posted on 3/26/20

Dear Klaustermann family, I'd like to express my condolence and deep regrets for your loss and share where I found help at such a time as this when I lost my entire family to this enemy death. I found this in what I read in Jehovah Gods word the Bible at John5:28,29 for there we're told we'll see our love ones again at the resurrection when Jesus brings them back here on earth and we're also told at ICorinthians15:54 that this enemy death will be gone forever. These scriptures along with jw.org help me cope with my loss because now I know I'll see my love ones again and so can you. I wanted to share this with now when hope and comfort is needed in hopes that this will help you also for this is my purpose in sharing this with you at this time and please know that I do share your grief and hope you'll feel free to let me know if this helped in some way. I hope to hear from you. Sincerely, GM

 

Janice L Damask posted on 3/26/20

Dear John and Rose,, We just wanted to let you know that we are keeping you and your family in our prayers. We are sad that the circumstances do not allow us to be with you at the funeral. We are so sorry for your loss. Take care, Don and Janice Damask

 

Deborah A Kattelman posted on 3/26/20

Dear cousins, It is with sincere sympathy that I send my condolences. May the Lord bless your family during these uncertain times.

 

Dagnia Edgar posted on 3/26/20

My heartfelt condolences to you, Elaine and your family, on the passing away of your husband, Tom. What a kind and considerate man! With a welcoming smile, genuinely interested in the doings and well being of me and my family, responding positively. May you find comfort in the memory of the wonderful person Tom was. With sincere sympathy, Dacy

 

Holly Stejskal posted on 3/26/20

I was so sorry to hear of Janet's passing. Living down the street from my cousins always felt like a privilege growing up, and I cherish the memories of times spent together. I'll always remember Janet for her kindness, warmth, and sense of humor. My thoughts and best wishes go out to the family. Holly Stejskal

 

RAYMOND BIEDRZYCKI posted on 3/26/20

He taught us Religion at St. Veronica's in the early 60's.

 

Nicole Angresano posted on 3/26/20

Sending so much love to Myra and the rest of the family. I am so sorry that you are unable to have the type of service you wanted--but I hope you can feel our love and support, even remotely.

 

Paul Doucas posted on 3/26/20

Dear Mrs. Pagedas and family - please accept our deepest and most sincere condolences for your loss. Dr. Pagedas was a wonderful human being that undoubtedly made our world a better place. My his memory be eternal. Paul Doucas II and family, and on behalf of Sophia Doucas

 

stephanie rauch posted on 3/26/20

Dear Elaine and family. Dr. Pagedas was a kind, gental loving man. He will be deeply missed by many. May his memory be eternal.I remember him sitting infront of me with his sister during the Divine Liturgy.

 

Greg and Ann Karvelas posted on 3/25/20

Dearest Pagedas Family, Always know that Tom was loved and respected by many. His memory is truly eternal. With love always, Greg, Ann, Spilios, Theo and Nicholas

 

Basil and Maria Doumas posted on 3/25/20

Dearest Elaine and family, We are thinking of you. So sad we can’t be with you. We are going to miss very much our koumbaro and friend. May his memory be eternal. Basil and Maria

 

John Stejskal posted on 3/25/20

I am saddened to learn of my cousin Janet’s passing. I have many sweet memories of her and Bob and June being a pal to myself and my sisters as we grew up. RIP

 

Di posted on 3/25/20

We love you mom and know you are now having the time of your life, even better than Bingo!

 

Judith and Nick Topitzes posted on 3/25/20

We are thinking of you. Sincere condolences,

 

Judith and Nick Topitzes posted on 3/25/20

Dearest Elaine and family, We are thinking of you at this very sad time. Love from all.

 

Nick Karegeannes & Family posted on 3/25/20

Rest in peace my friend condolences to Elaine and famy

 

 

Harriett Menos Alioto posted on 3/25/20

Dear Elaine and family: Please accept my deepest sympathies on the loss of your beloved husband, father, grandfather and all family members. Tom was a special person with empathy for all. May his memory be eternal.

 

Ellen and George Demolas posted on 3/25/20

Our heartfelt condolences Elaine and to your entire family - may his memory be eternal..............

 

Emmett Jordan posted on 3/25/20

This lament is from the olden time of the Gallagher Fishing Guild in Gaelic speaking Ireland and Scotland. https://archive.org/details/FranciscanFuneralLamentOneill1649

 

 

Ann Stokman posted on 3/24/20

Sorry to hear of the loss.

 

 

Gail Lass posted on 3/24/20

My heart goes out to Janet & Family.Willie was a very kind gentleman.Always enjoyed his & Janet's visits,they were/are family.You will be greatly missed.Love ya Willie ❤️ Love,Gail Lass

 

Terry posted on 3/23/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Hill family as you celebrate the life of your mother. I'll never forget your mom's laugh. I have many memories when I was young when your family came to visit. I stayed with Mary and your family at the cabin in Shelter Bay. May she rest in peace with her loved ones. Love, Donny and Terry

 

Carlotta D Jagers posted on 3/23/20

To the Barnes, Blues and all the bereaved families. Sister Barnes was a jewel. She loved God, family, church family and others. Sister Barnes graced her church family with sweetness, kindness and love. She exemplified all the gifts of the Spirit of God to everyone. Sister Barnes had style and poise with a sweet calm voice. She was a Godly woman. She will truly be missed but not forgotten. To her beautiful daughters that stood by their mother side taking care of her during her illness may God bless you. Sister Barnes rest in peace from your labor, until we meet again. God bless love always, brother and sister Jagers

 

Carlotta D Jagers posted on 3/23/20

To the Barnes, Blues and all the bereaved families.

 

 

Travon Michalski posted on 3/23/20

These fancy things Will never come in between You're part of my entity Here for infinity When the war has took its part When the world has dealt its cards If the hand is hard Together we'll mend your heart Because When the sun shine, we shine together Told you I'll be here forever Said I'll always be your friend Took an oath, I'ma stick it out to the end Now that it's raining more than ever Know that we'll still have each other.

 

 

Travon Michalski posted on 3/23/20

meeting up at Mcdonalds always than going to my house and play fighting/wrestling listening to music going to the store once eating pizza with him in my house teaching me how to play basketball fooling around in music/gym class going to my uncle house playing tag hanging out playing with brother and sister last promise on his phone that he would trick or treat with me on Halloween than we said gn to each other.

 

 

Patricia Latiker posted on 3/22/20

Sis. Barnes was one of the strongest women that I knew. She had a large family but I never saw her upset or mean to anyone. She was a calm spiritual woman. She taught her children about God and believed in the Seventh Day Adventist message. Many of her grandchildren attended the Sharon Seventh Day Adventist Academy. I was blessed to be the teacher of Eric, Sheryl, Jeff, Kamie and Keshown. All of them had her sweet calm demeanor. When she came to church, she looked liked an elegant queen. Her daughters made sure that she aged with grace. I remember when I first came into the Adventist Church and seeing Sis. Barnes with her two sisters, Sis. Little and Sis. Johnson. All of them were beautiful and spiritual women. Sis. Barnes will be greatly missed but her legacy will live on in her children, grandchildren down to the third and fourth generations. This is not the end for the righteous. We will see our loved ones when Christ returns. Stay strong in the Lord and the power of his might. My family lifts you all up in prayer during these difficult times. May God bless and keep you. We love you all. Pat and Joe Latiker and family

 

Courtney Knepfel posted on 3/22/20

No matter what he always had a smile on his face, out going and positive no matter the situation. Will always remember game nights and ordered Chinese food practical every weekend growing up! You were the best grandpa!

 

Courtney posted on 3/22/20

No matter what he always had a smile on his face, out going and positive no matter the situation. Will always remember game nights and ordered Chinese food practical every weekend growing up! You were the best grandpa!

 

John Mathews posted on 3/22/20

Well said Mary. I’m not sure I can add much more to that other than to share the memories of the Hill family coming to Marquette. We had so much fun running around with the cousins. I remember so vividly the times when the Hills and the Heitmans rented a cabin or cabins near Shelter Bay and Deer Lake. God Bless you all.

 

Mary Burdick posted on 3/22/20

My entire family has many great memories of Auntie Betty. It was always a big deal to take a trip to Milwaukee and spend time with the Hills. Auntie was always gracious and we’ll remember her wonderful laugh and many “oh Art”s. Beautiful lady. Mom will miss her dear sister she loves so much as will the whole Luoma family. God bless to all of the Hill family. ❤️

 

Cherine Montie posted on 3/21/20

We are thinking and praying for your family for comfort at this time.

 

JR posted on 3/21/20

You mattered.You always will.

 

 

Deborah Wilson posted on 3/21/20

Sorry for your loss. My condolences to your family.

 

 

Angelica posted on 3/21/20

Hugs no words

 

Joseph R Barwick, Sr posted on 3/21/20

My condolences to all of the Bob’s family and friends. He treated everyone to his witty humor and memories that will last forever! Bob RIP and we will see you on the other side.

 

 

Meg Konlock posted on 3/21/20

The greatest gift I ever had, It came from God I called him Dad. I have been blessed to have you for a Dad and will miss you dearly, and will always be great full for you always being there for me.

 

Ron & Debbie Gierach posted on 3/20/20

Dear Dory, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, including June & Leo, during this unbelievably difficult time. You are all heavy in our hearts. Dana was a really nice cousin/friend and he will be missed by so many, God bless you all, may Dana rest in peace. Much love, Ron & Debbie Gierach

 

Thomas Corozza posted on 3/20/20

Bobby and your entire family will be in our prayers,

 

 

Fluffee posted on 3/20/20

May God Bless you and your family

 

Christie & Joe - Minocqua posted on 3/19/20

Mark, Thinking of you and your family, so sorry for your loss.

 

Karen and Ken Schnurer posted on 3/19/20

Cousin Mark and Family, Know that we share in your sorrow and wish you strength and peace during this most difficult time. Love and prayers

 

 

Angela Triplett posted on 3/19/20

Gone and never forgotten. You will truly be missed.

 

Lori and Gary Browarski posted on 3/18/20

Jeanne and family, we are so saddened to learn of your sisters passing. I think we met her when Jake ran the Lakefront Marathon some time ago, and she seemed like a very special woman. The world needs more like her. God Bless and take care.

 

Yulonea Barnes posted on 3/18/20

God‘s angel came down whispered in granny’s ear; your work here; is done my child it is time to rest. Family cast your fears and tears upon the Lord he will answer all your prayers and comfort you in this time of need. Rest in God

 

Timothy Hanson and Family posted on 3/18/20

Patty, Todd and Family, We are all so heartbroken over your loss. I hope you can move forward with the warm memories you have of Alex and keep him always close to your heart until you are together again. Please know you are all in our prayers and thoughts.

 

Marty posted on 3/18/20

We’re praying for Bob and your family , my heart is broken , Bobby is in a better place you always say the person will be missed but it’s really true with Bobby he’s that all around great person that everyone should try to emulate , love you guys

 

David L Wolken posted on 3/18/20

Marie, we are all thinking of you and your family at this time. May you all find peace.

 

Joan posted on 3/18/20

Christmas! Ann made the most amazing bread. She must have baked for days, because she would be sure every household took one home. For breakfast We Warmed it up with butter .... AMAZING! God’s going to have her make it .. I bet. Lol. ❤️ ❤️❤️

 

Mike Mueller posted on 3/18/20

Mark and Family, I wanted to tell you all what a special boy he was. I was always struck by how sweet he was. He was a beautiful Boy and will be missed here. Love you all, Mike and Family

 

Peggy and Ray Backe posted on 3/18/20

Dear Clarice, Ray was always so full of enthusiasm which was contagious. It was always a pleasure to be with both of you at state meetings. Our prayers are with you. Peggy and Ray Backee

 

Jeanne Franzen. (Schroeder) posted on 3/18/20

Mrs. Modl, Sharon, Mike, Joe and Jim so sorry to hear about Bob. Thinking of you all.

 

Lisa posted on 3/17/20

I’m so very sad to have stumbled upon this notice. Sandi was my first ever bootcamp instructor. I remember how she loved her husband and dogs. She was so kind and supportive. My sympathy to all of her family and friends.

 

 

John Arnold posted on 3/17/20

A great guy I had many conversations with about sports. Was also a key guy in my business dealings & common personal friends.

 

Barbara Ehlers posted on 3/17/20

Bill. Camping with you and Janet was one my favorite things to do. So....Set up the tents and get the campfire going. I will truly miss you. Say hi to Al for me. Barb

 

clayton mackay posted on 3/17/20

As a newly appointed councillor to AAHA, I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Paule, first, in 1980. in South Bend, Indiana. He was a great example of a wonderful leader and person. He left an indelible mark on my career as a veterinary professional with people and pets as our focus.

 

Judy Kumprey posted on 3/17/20

God bless you Anna. We now have another angel in heaven helping GOD watch over all your loved ones.

 

Michael Jipson posted on 3/17/20

So sorry to hear this news. I was friends with Mark's younger brother Marlon through our school years and have fond memories of Mark as a great older brother and role model when playing at the Mitchell family home. It has been many years since I have been in touch with the family but I want to pass on my sympathy and best healing wishes to Mark's entire family.

 

Timothy and Joann Counce posted on 3/16/20

PEACE BEHOLD THIS FAMILY!!

 

Kay mueller slota posted on 3/16/20

So sorry Mark for you and your family!!! Prayers and hugs!!!

 

Karen Maierle posted on 3/16/20

Patty and family. I’m so very sorry for your loss. Please know you’re in my thoughts, and take good care.

 

Rick Grubanowitch posted on 3/16/20

Met Bob back in the Custom Products days. We bowled together went to state bowling tournament together, and was part of the group. Bob was a true friend you could depend on, and would do anything for you. Fallen out of touch with Bob, until he showed up for my Dads funeral three years ago. It was like we never missed a beat. To his family, you have my deepest sympathies and he will always be remembered as a good person, and a friend. RIP my friend.

 

Kim Olivas posted on 3/16/20

I have great memories of Bob & lucky enough to call him my cousin Bob is an amazing man taken from us too soon that’s for sure. We will love you and will cherish the memories until we meet again!

 

 

Tasha Pump posted on 3/16/20

God Is Our Light in The Time of Darkness Travis!! God Bless You and Your Family. I’m Praying for perfect peace

 

Karol Doutaz Seman posted on 3/16/20

Was so very sorry to hear of your loss. Children are not supposed to go to heaven before their parents. My prayers go out to you and your family.

 

 

Dave &Debby, Jenni and Bonnie Parker posted on 3/16/20

The Parker family sends deepest condolences and prayer for strength. Know you are surrounded by love .

 

Bob & Claudia Ritter posted on 3/16/20

Uncle Bernie, always a ray of sunshine! My favorite memory is when he took us all out to a fancy supper club and insisted I get the duck. Wonderful time, Delicious! Such a generous man.

 

 

Wendy Eiring posted on 3/16/20

Mark, I am so so very sorry to hear about Alex...hugs and prayers

 

Jeffrey Ollerman posted on 3/16/20

Thinking of you and your family during these difficult times. Please remember to celebrate her life!

 

Stephanie Gronewold posted on 3/16/20

Ann's bright light and sharp tongue will surely be missed!

 

Johanna (Lass) Le Beau posted on 3/16/20

Deepest & sincere condolences to Janet and family. The Lass family has had the pleasure to know “Willie/Uncle Willie” for many years and value his friendship, kindness & thoughtfulness. What a beautiful soul & person heaven has gained. ❤️

 

Dennis and LaurieAnn Howard posted on 3/16/20

Sandi will always be in our memories. She was such an inspiration, breath of fresh air. Although, Dennis and I didn't know her long, she left her footprints on our hearts. We are praying for all of you in this. She will never be forgotten.

 

Deb Harmon posted on 3/16/20

I knew Kris through our local crochet/knit group. She will greatly be missed at our Monday night meetings. I admired her quiet ways, knitting skills, and determination to fight her health battles. My condolences to her family and am so sorry I could not attend visitation/funeral but am practicing social distancing due to the virus.

 

Michael Zbilicki posted on 3/15/20

We are so blessed for every moment we had with you Sandi. The friendship we had was extremely special. You will always be my favorite sister. You were just simply amazing in everything you did. You are a true inspiration in my life past, present and future. I hope I can be half as blessed as you are. You will be deeply missed, But never for one moment forgotten.You taught me how to pray. You invited me to walk with you though this dark valley. Thank you for all of the blessings that have come from this journey. You have make me feel like the richest person in the world. I’m 110% confident I will see you again.  God may have you in heaven but I have you in my heart, all of the time and everywhere I go now and forever.

 

JeanAnn Walsh-Doud posted on 3/15/20

Ed and family, we are so sorry for your loss. JeanAnn Walsh-Doud and John Walsh

 

Barbara Howze posted on 3/14/20

I Will always remember Frances as a positive & Uplifting friend. My condolences to the family. God's Blessings always. Mrs. Barbara Howze

 

Dennis Malenke posted on 3/14/20

I taught with Gary at Silverbrook. We coached basketball on opposite teams. He was always the better coach! After his retirement, I would visit with Gary after I was finished with school. We would talk about life, politics, teaching, and the things we held dear to us(family, our wives, and our faith). He, of course, would like to fix a martini for the both of us while we held these discussions! He was a great educator and friend. Our little "breakfast group" is just not the same without Gary. I will cherish all the fond memories of Gary for the rest of my life. My heart goes out to his family for their earthly loss. Because of health reasons, I will not be able to attend the memorial service.

 

Phil posted on 3/14/20

Love you, Ingrid and Ruby.

 

Phil posted on 3/14/20

Love you, Ingrid.

 

Martha Alexander posted on 3/13/20

Mama Lou was everything and then more to my kids and I. A true mother figure nonetheless, and that’s why I love her and hold her dear to my heart. I can remember when I needed her, she never questioned me, yet simply said okay I’ll see what I can do. I will miss being able to take you to Poto and to the grocery store haha, I’ll miss helping to put together puzzles but those are memories that mean the most to me. I love how you nick named me ‘Lil yella girl’! You were the most bravest woman I’ve come across. You encouraged me to never give up and to stay focused. I love you Mama Lou. Although my children were not your biological grandchildren, you never treated them otherwise. This is not a time to feel sorry, yet rejoice knowing that you are in a better place and no longer suffering. We love you very much, until we meet again

 

 

Lateefah posted on 3/13/20

Aunt Lou I have the greatest memories with you and grandma Mary. I always enjoyed going to bingo halls with you and grandma and hearing all of the stories about grandpa. You were full of jokes, great stories and very feisty when it came down to it. I love you so much aunt Lou and you will be greatly missed. I love you.

 

Mary B (City of Milwaukee) posted on 3/13/20

My sincere condolences to the Moye family. Len was a great conversationalist with a gentle soul.

 

Sandy (Kuykendall) Pugh posted on 3/13/20

I was a classmate of Kris. I last saw her at our 40th reunion. We had a great conversation. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. RIP Kris.

 

Michael W. White posted on 3/13/20

Love you Dad!

 

Michael W. White posted on 3/13/20

Love you Dad

 

Gary and Sally Wise posted on 3/13/20

Gary and I started teaching at Silverbrook in West Bend in 1970, it was a new school for both of us. Over the years we not only taught together but saw each other socially. A group of teachers (5 or 6) began working out at Silverbrook early mornings, before school started. Running was the majority of the workout. Since many of us were not use to running, shin splints made us run and walk awkwardly for the first few months. Camping trips with school groups to the Mauthe Lake State Campgrounds also have many memories. Gary had his own receipt for Gary's Camp Stew. Gary always led the night walks around Mauthe Lake without flashlights and Gary Wise was jumping out of the bushes and scaring the unexpecting walkers. We also remember the many Christmas/New Years parties at Gary and Kathy's home. Gary touch the hearts of many of his students , fellow teaches, and his other friends. A donation will be made to the Alzheimer Association in Gary's name

 

Joanne Larson posted on 3/13/20

I helped them sell a property. Both were wonderful people. So sorry for your loss, Don. My sympathies and prayers to you.

 

Joan Wood posted on 3/12/20

I sold Kris and Don a house in Pekin, Illinois, many years ago and became a friend. They were a beautiful couple. I remember their intense sorrow at the death of their first child and then their indescribable joy when Nathan was born and brought light back into their lives. I was so sorry to hear of Kris's death.

 

Tamika Sanford posted on 3/12/20

Still trying to wrap my head around the fact that my beloved Uncle Len is no longer with us. He loved his family immensely but loved the Lord even more. My heart rejoices knowing that he's now resting with the Father!

 

Kristin Eickhorst posted on 3/12/20

Thinking of you, Steve.

 

Keara Thompson posted on 3/12/20

Granny always called me her birthday girl. She would call me and wish me happy birthday. I will always love you Granny, Your, birthday girl.

 

Joanie Stockinger Fussy (Floyd's daughter) posted on 3/12/20

I always enjoyed talking to Arlene when her and Joe came to visit relatives in Minnesota. She was a beautiful woman and a joy to be around. May your memories of her bring you much peace and comfort. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Myron Patterson posted on 3/12/20

Love u more auntie. U been awesome all the time through the years

 

Phyllis McCullough posted on 3/11/20

Lou was the greatest beautician I ever had. She would whip my hair just right. She also styled my Daughter's hair when she was younger and she thought it was the greatest thing. Lou love that. RIH dear one.

 

Phyllis McCullough posted on 3/11/20

Loud was the greatest beautician I ever had. She would whip my hair just right. She also styled mig Daughter's hair when she was younger and she thought it was the greatest thing. Loud love that. RIH dear one.

 

Barb Honings posted on 3/11/20

I had the pleasure to work with Kris for many years in District #150. Kris provided meticulous information and showed compassion for the families. She was non-judgmental and assisted families the best she good. She made a difference for many families.

 

 

Morris Cottrell posted on 3/11/20

U will be missed luv u

 

Elizabeth Scheuers posted on 3/11/20

Ingrid and family, my deepest condolences. I have known you all my life and know that you chose a genuine and devoted husband. Dale was such a gentle soul from the first time I met him. Always working hard for you too. I pray for him and for you in this tragic hardship. I pray you find comfort and peace in the Divine Healer and Prince of Peace. Much love to you.

 

Melissa Huff (Buhle) posted on 3/11/20

I had the pleasure of working with Kris at District 150 at the start of my social work career. She was one of the sweetest and most genuine souls I ever met. She always spoke of her son with such great pride. My condolences to all of her family and friends—I know she will be missed.

 

 

Jasmon Rainey posted on 3/11/20

I am definitely going to miss you Bobby! You were a gentle soul & very kind when I first started working at the post office 8yrs ago.

 

 

Vicki Davis posted on 3/11/20

God has gained one of tbe most precious Angel's LOVE YOU MA"BARNES PRAYERS TO THE FAMILY VICKI DAVIS KANSAS CITY KS

 

 

KAREN DAVIS WALTON posted on 3/11/20

MA I LOVE YOU WILL MISS YOU I REMEMBER YOU LAUGHING AT ME SINGING BOBBY WOMACK SONG YOU ALWAYS LAUGHED AT THAT I LOVE YOU MY MA Y

 

Cathy Walker-Harris posted on 3/11/20

My first car was a Ford Mustang and I had to make payments. My mother Mary and my Aunt Louise (Lou) went with me to make the final payment! I can still remember us jumping up and down in the bank parking lot when I walked out with a paid in full receipt, not to mention a clean title. Lou you will always be my favorite aunt in the world! I love you Lou!! RIP Cathy

 

Turin Davis(Taran Brown) posted on 3/11/20

Rest up granny I have always loved you an will continue to As long as I live and after you will forever be missed

 

Larry Bumpus posted on 3/11/20

I would like to offer my sincere condolences to the family. Leonard and I go all the way back to Saint John in Covington. Always had great conversations and competitiveness. My prayers are with you all.

 

 

Cynthia Little Soward posted on 3/11/20

Aunt Dorothy you lived a life that we could only imagine. Losing you is hard because you were the rock. You will be truly missed by all

 

Jorge Irizarry posted on 3/11/20

My sincere condolences to my former co-worker, Edgar Bullock and his entire family on their recent loss. May the Bullock family be blessed by god during this time of sorrow now and in the future. I just wanted to say that I was saddened to hear that Edgar had past. He was a good person/partner to work with at District # 3 even if it was for just a few months before I was transferred. Ill never forget his wisdom and upbeat attitude in the short time we worked together. I did not know that he was older than me until now and I know why he was so articulate, intelligent and understanding about life issue in today’s society. Edgar was a very good person and I never had the opportunity to spend time with him on a personal basis since we took different path in our employment. Edgar did a lot for this community and touched many lives along the way. He will be missed by all who knew him and I pray that his family is at peace with Edgar’s early departure from this planet. I would have liked to have sat down and talk with Edgar before he left MPD but our paths never crossed again. Edgar may you R.I.P., as you watch over your family and friends while on your new journey. Jorge Irizarry

 

JEFF posted on 3/11/20

LOVE YOU GRANNY! FROM YOUR FAVORITE GRANDSON JEFFERY

 

Jeff Emmerich posted on 3/9/20

Dear Christine & Family; Remember All The Wonderful Times & Memories Pat Has Given You During Her Life. Cherish Those Unique Qualities She Passed On To All Of You! Smiles Were Always Plentiful Coming From Pat, Ending With A Kiss Goodbye! Enjoyed Her Presence @ Mass To Celebrate Eucharist. Blessings & Prayerful Thoughts To Everyone. Your Choir Friend; Jeff Emmerich

 

Stephanie Sauer/Arndt posted on 3/9/20

I had the pleasure of having Mr.Pearl as a teacher at Silverbrook in the 80's. I will forever remember him as a patient, kind and funny man who always knew how to keep his students interested. He was ALWAYS encouraging to EVERY student and treated us all as equals!!! My thoughts and prayers are with his family and I feel fortunate for having had him as a great teacher! RIP Mr. Pearl...you're white beard was unforgettable!!

 

Bethany J George posted on 3/8/20

Some of my most treasured memories as a child are from being up north with Grandma and Grandpa. Waking up to Grandma telling us about the blue jay's she's seen that morning, how many deer have been by to eat at the feeder, and how many games of solitaire were won (with the number of "cheats") was something I looked forward to every time I visited! Walks in the woods were always a precursor to the countless campfires and Grandma always made sure we had plenty of marshmallows for roasting! She taught us to appreciate birds and deer and that taking moments to enjoy the peacefulness of the forest was priceless. You will be missed by many, Grandma, but we will always remember you.

 

Angela Niemann posted on 3/8/20

God bless, Dr. Pahle. I met Ray just as he was retiring, when I started at PSAC. You have legions of grateful clients and were a mentor to me on how to practice medicine and live life. Thanks.

 

Bob Marold posted on 3/8/20

Ray was one of the real stalwarts of veterinary medicine in not only Milwaukee but all of Wisconsin. He and my father were good friends. He will be missed

 

Paul Nelson posted on 3/7/20

Sorry for your loss . I knew your dad from church, I was a teacher in West Bend 35 yrs and worked with him during that time and with the WBEA. I will donate to the Alzheimer’s Assoc in Gary’s Name.

 

Dorothy Reynolds posted on 3/7/20

LaRon & Stephan I’m so sorry for your loss! Your dad was a good man to our family & will be missed! My prayers for you and your family! May he Rest In Peace! God bless you all! Love, Dorothy

 

Laszlo Golyan posted on 3/7/20

Nagyon köszönöm a szép megemlékezést, ami az Édesapám emlékét őrzi.

 

Dessie Harris posted on 3/7/20

Mrs. Butler has been a dear friend to our family over the years. We made great memories in our trip to Egypt. She was always positive and had an amazing sense of humor. Rest In Peace.

 

Anne posted on 3/7/20

My dear loving younger brother I am at a loss for words and my heart is heavy. I'm remembering the times that we spent together, the many times you took me out to eat for my birthday. We shared lots of memories growing up in Tennessee and talking about Dad. I will miss all of that, I love you, but God loves you more. Your Sister Anne.

 

Robert Kuhmann (Eagle Technology, Inc.) posted on 3/7/20

Always enjoyed our non-business conversations, notably: your philosophic outlook on life and its living - R.I.P.

 

Robert Kuhmann (Eagle Technology, Inc.) posted on 3/7/20

Sincere sympathies to the family & friends of Leonard Moye (from a former work colleague / vendor to the City of MKE). Worked with Len across many years...

 

Sylvia Rutledge posted on 3/7/20

Uncle Leonard I remember you dancing so much at our parties and enjoying yourself when I was a kid. I will miss your encouraging words when we spoke and will deeply miss talking to you on your birthdays. You are truly loved and will be so missed.

 

 

Peter J Konrath posted on 3/7/20

I taught four years at Silverbrook Middle School with Gary Pearl, 1979-1983, and two years with his wife at Badger Middle School, 1983-1985! Great times; great memories!

 

Chris Perry posted on 3/7/20

My sweet loving Uncle Leonard, I am at a loss for words, nothing could have prepared me for this shocking time. The last time we spoke was your birthday when I call to wish you a happy birthday, once again you did what you always do, make me feel like I was a blessing to you. Occasionally I think about how close you me and Ray was when we were young adults growing up the two of you were like brothers to me. We were the three Amigos. The two of you always looked out for me and I always felt safe with you. We grew up had our families and went our separate ways to make new lives for ourselves. You are loved and will truly be missed from this world. RIP my sweet uncle until we meet again. Your loving niece Chris

 

 

Kimberly D. posted on 3/6/20

Pastor Moye, You were an awesome man of God. My girls and my pastor. I'm truly honored to have gotten to know your first lady moye, and your family. Thank you for being a blessing to me. Thank you for counseling me when you did. Praying for me and being apart of my kids life. Im really really really going to miss you. Your sermons will forever be in my heart. My condolences to you first lady moye and family. Love the girls alayna, Isabella baby grace and sister kim.

 

Jill Velicer (Maus) posted on 3/6/20

I remember Mr Pearl as always having a smile on his face. I was a student at Silverbrook middle School from 1991-1995. My condolences ❤️

 

Noah Sliwinski posted on 3/6/20

Grandma, you will always be in my heart and right next to me -Noah

 

 

Anne Kim Krakeli posted on 3/6/20

The best Dad I could wish for during my year as an AFS student in Milwaukee. You always had so much love and concern for me, and always engaged in activities I joined at school. The best Grandpa for Vilde who loved you and trusted you from the first time she met you. Wish we could be there at the funeral. Love Anne Kim and Vilde

 

 

Shawna S Sprewer posted on 3/6/20

Rest In Heaven Tim

 

Jackson Barbara posted on 3/6/20

Alvin was a great Dad to me and my family we will miss him gone but never forgotten

 

Janice Ann Cmeyla posted on 3/6/20

Ralph, as he came to be known in my adult years by me and my family, was one of the most amazingly inspiring and gifted human beings whoever walked this earth. I had the pleasure and opportunity to be one of his English and Drama students in junior high and high school. Never did I have a teacher......he always felt more like a professor....in all my years in school, including college and graduate school, whom I admired more and from whom I learned to fall in love with literature and learning in general. Ralph was not only a passionate, dedicated, devoted teacher and theater director, he was a loving man who held his family and friends deep within his heart. Never did any of us feel, no matter the physical distance, that we were not always in his thoughts. Being in his presence was a joy and a gift and I will miss him dearly, as I will miss his holiday letters of all his travels and experiences. I consider myself so very blessed to have known him in this lifetime.

 

MaryAnn Schacht posted on 3/6/20

I am so sorry for your loss! My mother Eunice Mayes work with Gary at Silverbrook middle school. She always spoke very highly of him

 

Kim Fischer posted on 3/6/20

I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathy.

 

Gene Brunner posted on 3/6/20

Our thought and prayers are with the family and friends of Elva at this most difficult time. The BEREAVEMENT MINISTRY-Blessed Savior Catholic Parish Gene Brunner-Chairman

 

Lisa Schmidman posted on 3/6/20

Nancy was my mentor when I started at Browning School 33 years ago. She was truly the epitome of a K4 teacher...patient, kind, warm. Fast forward to 2000 when my gramma was in the hospital. Nancy was a volunteer and saw the shared last name. She sent me a beautiful message and told me she was praying for us. I am truly sorry for your loss.

 

Dale Casperson posted on 3/6/20

So sorry to hear about this. We saw Darrell and he told us about your loss. Jeff was such a good neighbor and so kind.

 

Kathy Budda posted on 3/5/20

While I didn’t get the opportunity to know your father I do know what an incredible person he was to have raised such amazing daughters. Deepest sympathy to each of you over the loss of your beloved husband and father

 

Mary Kallas posted on 3/5/20

Rest in peace my dear friend. Knowing Cheryl was one of the greatest pleasures of my life. Cheryl and I met when we decided to be roommates at UWO. I had lost track of Cheryl and Jim, but when I retired from the Navy in 1994 and returned to Princeton WI she tracked me down and we spent many hours catching up. I will always remember her voice on the phone when she called each year to wish me a Happy Veterans Day! No one was every as consistent as she. She never missed a year. I followed her fight with cancer from it's inception until her passing. You suffered for so many years my friend. I always told her I could NEVER have done likewise. Through it all she unselfishly thought of Jim. It was her wish to outlive him so he wouldn't be all alone. Although I know you are not in pain anymore and are with God in Heaven, I miss you dearly. May God Bless and Keep You in the palm of his hands. Until I see you once again.....All my Love

 

Omar and Mariko Poole posted on 3/5/20

Loved everything about Tim. He was a wonderful husband to my cousin. He is truly going to be missed. Prayers and condolences goes out to Sabrina and the fsmily

 

Jenni Wilkins ( Bonlender) posted on 3/5/20

Mr. Pearl was an amazing teacher! He was one of my favorite teachers at Silverbrook middle school! I remember every Friday while writing our poems, he would always play the song “ American Pie”! Always think of him when I hear it to this day! Great man who will not be forgotten. Rest In Peace Mr. Pearl

 

Julie Hunt posted on 3/5/20

6 years ago I lost my mom and best friend. I love ❤️ you! I will forever miss you.

 

 

Kimberly Green posted on 3/5/20

My condolences to you and your family.

 

PHIL HOLLY posted on 3/5/20

BETTY AND FAMILY, I'M SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. PRAYERS TO YOU ALL.

 

Gary and Barbara Perkins posted on 3/5/20

A really good neighbor. We had so much fun together. Before we bought cottages in Three Lakes together, we camped on our lake lot enjoying lots of martinis and grilled steaks. We put the left over steaks in the cooler to make with eggs in the morning but the steak disappeared. We blamed each other for late night snacking till we noticed raccoon paw prints on the cooler. We had many happy up north experiences after that including our stops at Camper World on the way home. We are in Florida or we would be there with you today. We will donate to Alzheimers in Gary’s name. Barbs dad and Gary’s sister were unfortunate to have that awful disease. Well remember you, Julie and Jason in our prayers. Love Gary and Barbara Perkins

 

Erika Wilson posted on 3/5/20

Dear, Friend/Sister I know we have not seen nor spoken since 2011/2015 I want you to know the powerful and gracious loss you took because of my hurt was immensely under appreciated ..I have never and will never know anyone of your loyalty, grace,love and selflessness I write these words Leslie with a pain like no other I feel as if we were cheated out of life and friendship ..I guess what we had written for our lives God has written something so much greater ...Please know this sister I love you and I know you loved me too and nothing and no one will ever take that away from me .....I love you les with my true heart and soul

 

Juliette Sanders posted on 3/5/20

My deepest condolences to the Henry family. May God’s love and mercy embrace you as your hearts overflow with grief. Grant you space to express your tears and hold you all close through the coming days.

 

 

Debbie and Bill Berry posted on 3/5/20

Thoughts and prayers to the family of Bob the “kindest” mailman. Rest In Peacefully Bob ❤️

 

John & Cheryl Knopp posted on 3/5/20

Another charter member of the A.A.S.S.A.S.S has moved on to find better fishing on the "other" side of the lake. Many of us grew up under his guidance. Many of us appreciated his wisdom. Many of us will miss him deeply.

 

Sherry Saites posted on 3/5/20

My deepest condolences to the Saites family. Pete was a joy to talk with and a wealth of knowledge. I always enjoyed exchanging family folklore with him and I will miss him greatly.

 

Darlene Aschenbrenner posted on 3/5/20

Always in my heart. Love you auntie Connie

 

Eva Kryzanek posted on 3/5/20

Our deepest Condolences to Greg, Jerry and the entire family. Jim & Eva Kryzanek

 

Karen Polzer posted on 3/5/20

Cheryl my cousin and I researched our family history together these past several years. It was always fun getting together & getting gardening hints. She was so courageous in her battle for so very many years. I will miss you.

 

Nellene posted on 3/5/20

Words can't describe the void I feel over the loss of my big brother. He was a pillar in our family and always believed in himself. He had a big heart and loved being a servant of the Lord. I'm going to miss the great conversations we would have and his encouraging words. Will keep you in my heart, Len, til we meet again. Love you dearly.

 

Fred redlinger posted on 3/5/20

I was a Master Gardener with Cheryl and also graduated with her from West Allis Central in 1961. She will be missed

 

Samantha Meyer posted on 3/5/20

He was one of my favorite teachers!!!!! He always made me laugh. Im 34 years old and still have fond memories of him!! rest peacefully Mr. Pearl. you will never be forgotten....

 

John & Linda Costa posted on 3/4/20

We've gotten to know Jonathan since he had a place across from the old Windup Bowling lanes, then followed him to the Windup Bowling lanes building where we met many of our favorite long time servers, then waited and followed him to 96th & Greenfield where we got to know him a whole lot better and met his lovely wife, Lety, then waited and followed him to 96th & National. We have so many fond memories of the wonderful and tasty dishes this exceptionally creative chef created over the years. And, we'll certainly miss his humor. Until we meet again, my brother from another mother...

 

Janet Abegglen posted on 3/4/20

My heart is saddened with the news of this very special client passed . She will be missed . Our conversations will be missed. My clients become family as much as friends. So glad to have gotten to know her through doing her nails every two weeks. Sending prayers to her husband and son ,daughter in law and grandkids she talked about every appointment .

 

Ellen Abrams Blankenship posted on 3/4/20

When I was the Volunteer Coordinator for the Master Gardener program from 2004-2011, Cheryl was my most loyal volunteer. Soft-spoken, dependable, never made a mistake. We happily worked together for hours putting together the binders for the classes. During that time we got to know each other and developed a friendship that continued after I left that job. Her courage with fighting cancer helped me when I had my own journey. I loved talking with her, hearing about the river house, her rabbit, her life, and she always was interested in my life as well. I knew this day would come, but it came too soon. I will miss hearing her sweet voice. A gentle soul and a genuinely good person, that was Cheryl. Rest in peace, my sweet friend.

 

Wendy L. Park (née Roos) posted on 3/4/20

Mr. Pearl was my 7th grade math and literature teacher in 1987-1988. I remember him tormenting is with carpet-related word problems, thrilling us with our first exposure to Shakespeare (memorizing sonnets and Julius Caesar), and explaining the symbolism of Animal Farm. He was plenty stern, but had a fantastic laugh. I have never forgotten him, even as I have gone on to teach literature myself. My heart hurts for your loss.

 

Ann {coronado} woitekaitis posted on 3/4/20

i really liked him as my teacher at Silver brook middle school. My thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends at this diffucult time.

 

 

Adele More Berry posted on 3/4/20

My brother loved everyone. He had a passion to help others. He was the go-to guy for his family. My fondest memory is when he opened his first church. We all celebrated with him and he was so overwhelmed. Rest in heaven big brother. We will miss you so much.

 

Marion Raether posted on 3/4/20

Many fond memories of having Mr.Pearl for a 7th grade teacher at Silverbrook. My sympathies to the family.

 

John and Trudy Campbell posted on 3/4/20

We have fond memories of Skippy! A wonderful husband, Father, Grandfather who loved life. May he rest in peace. Our deepest sympathy to his entire family.

 

 

Danna Schneider posted on 3/4/20

7th grade at Silverbrool sure was awesome,because of Mr.Pearl!!May he RIP and prayers to his family.

 

Greg & Aggie Corcoran posted on 3/4/20

Remembering all the good times. Glad to say you were our friend. Rest in Peace Gene. You will be missed.

 

Ellen K Dolnick posted on 3/4/20

Great fiend and teacher at Silverbrook. Think about Gary often with fond memories. He was truly a special person. He was alway so kind and helpful to me. Enjoyed any visit he made to the library with or without his students.

 

Gregg posted on 3/4/20

I will always remember my cousin Cherly as a soft spoken gentle soul. She will be truly missed.

 

Minnie, Lynn, Angela, Stacie posted on 3/4/20

May the constant love of friends and family soften your sadness, cherished memories bring you moments of comfort and lasting peace surround your grieving hearts.

 

Philip Lucht posted on 3/4/20

A true gentleman and supporter of the arts.

 

Kenneth vanderstone posted on 3/4/20

Starlight starbright how I miss my star tonight

 

Dorothy Musse posted on 3/4/20

So sorry my cousin when home so soon. But joy comes in the morning. You will greatly be missed. May the lord comfort you!

 

 

Patricia McKay posted on 3/4/20

I will miss you, dear friend. Rest in peace.

 

 

Steve and Jen posted on 3/4/20

We will miss you mom. May your eternal light shine on us.

 

Giese Family posted on 3/4/20

You are all in our prayers during this hard time

 

Tracy Phelps posted on 3/4/20

My sincere condolences to the entire Walk and extended family. I didn't know Dana but worked with Dan for many years. If Dana was anything like his brother he would've been a great friend, brother, son, and husband. It's a shame he's been lost so soon.

 

 

Ann Stokman posted on 3/4/20

Sorry to hear of the loss.

 

Schrauth Family posted on 3/3/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. May you find comfort in memories and one another.

 

Chester posted on 3/3/20

I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother. Life takes us through some heartbreaking things that we have no control over. Losing a Mother is certainly one of them. I know that no words can consoled you. But I have a prayer for you and your family. I pray to our Heavenly Father that the grief you feel of your loss of your mother is short. I pray that you and your family only have cherished memories of your Mother. I pray that you have strength for the difficult days ahead. I pray that our Heavenly Father has embraced your Mothers soul. I pray that our Heavenly Father comforts you and your family. Please accept my deepest sympathies. So sorry for your loss.

 

 

Mary Helmle posted on 3/3/20

Dad i miss your laugh and hugging you. I miss coming up the back steps holding your shoulders and kissing the top of your head. You were always reading. I miss so many things. I am sorry for so many things. I hope when i pass from this world some how we connect and feel our love and who we were to each other. Maybe i can meet your Mom and your brother Bob. Life is lonesome with out you, mom and Patsy. I had no clue what life was it just keeps moving and we lose each other. I love you today and always pa pa

 

Dan Zeroth posted on 3/3/20

From the Menomonee Falls CE&Rec Department, thank you for 28 years of volleyball Dennis, your presence in our gyms will be missed but not forgotten.

 

Chaunte Williams posted on 3/3/20

Brenda, I am so sorry for your loss. June was a guy that everyone loved to hate but couldnt. Your commitment of marriage showed us that love wins above everything. Continue to stay prayerful and strong. God will send comfort to you and your family. Love always Chaunte

 

Sue Waraczynski posted on 3/3/20

So many good memories of Gary as an MCOW classmate. My heartfelt condolences to your family.

 

Ronald Koepke posted on 3/3/20

I worked with Richard on Milwaukee Police Dept, and at the Federal Building after retirement. Very sad to hear of his passing. My condolences to his family.

 

Warren and Lynn Brockmeyer posted on 3/3/20

We are sadden to hear of Gene's illnesses and death. May God welcome him with open arms. My fondest memory of Gene was when we both were first married and there was some get together. I learned that he and I were both on the same career path of being Time-Study Engineers. Warren & Lynn Brockmeyer

 

From Dorothy Austin, And Kattie Austin posted on 3/2/20

, our prayers is with our entire family.. A special prayer for the Mother Juanita Austin, Sister’s, Brother’s, and a Special prayer to Renee children. God Bless us all. Thank

 

 

Cory Ott posted on 3/2/20

I extend my sincerest condolences to the entire Walk family, and to anyone who was touched by the kind heart that Dana had. Can’t believe this is real. I was fortunate enough to know Dana for 4 years back in high school, and let’s just say he was a prime example and role model for all fathers throughout the world. I’ll never forget all of the ice fishing stories, or him showing me through his countless tackle boxes, just waiting for that next big catch. As I was dating his daughter Melanie at the time, I feared Dana like any other high school boy would — but over time I learned that he was one of the kindest, caring, and funny individuals I have encountered to this very day. Here is to an incredible man who put his family before everything — May you Rest In Peace and catch all of the walleye that exist up in heaven. To the Walk family, I am so sorry for your loss, as I send you all nothing but love, prayers, and positive thoughts during this extremely difficult time. -Sincerely, Cory Ott

 

The Busch Family posted on 3/2/20

Dear Dori, we were so saddened to hear of your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Cathy D. Wanzo posted on 3/2/20

Dear Brenda and Family: May God bless you and keep you. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Edgar was a fighter and will truly be missed.

 

Carol Pilliod posted on 3/2/20

A lovely lady. I enjoyed her company in our bridge group. She will be missed,

 

 

Samuel Cramer posted on 3/2/20

I have worked with Dana since I started working for Miller in the Powerhouse. I will miss hearing Dana telling his fishing stories from his weekends off. He was such a caring guy and would do anything for you.

 

Speros & Effie Saites posted on 3/2/20

Our beloved cousin Betty, beloved Nephews and beloved Nieces, Our deepest sympathy for the loss of our beloved nephew Peter! It is a tragedy of loosing a young member in our Famy. May God bless his soul with the angels together with grandparents, his Father George, his Uncle Gus, and his Aunt Antonia. We pray to God to give each one of you, faith, and strength during this difficult time. May his memory be eternal. Αιωνία η μνήμη του! Καλό Παράδεισο! Καλό του ταξίδι στην γειτονιά των αγγέλων. We love you Speros & Effie Saites

 

Deanna Panos Goeldner posted on 3/2/20

Betty, our hearts go out to you on the loss of your son. With our deepest sympathy, Deanna Panos Goeldner and family.

 

Fay Hendricks posted on 3/2/20

We grew up together and have many fond memories. She missed my wedding because Earl was born that same day.

 

Lisa Busch posted on 3/2/20

Dori, I can not possibly imagine what you feel right now. May God be there for you and your family to help ease your pain. I’m sorry for your loss.

 

Bob Magnus posted on 3/2/20

My thoughts and prays to the Walk family. 35 Years ago I worked with Dana. We worked together installing cabinets and top for kitchens, schools, and hospitals. He was hard-working and a caring man. Our paths would cross over the years and every unexpected run-in would feel like I just saw him yesterday. His friendship and caring smiles are timeless. My heart mournes for your loss. Peace to you and your family.

 

Tom Daub posted on 3/2/20

So sorry to hear about Gene. After all his challenges these past years it can be said with confidence that he fought the good fight, he kept the faith. May he rest in the arms of his Lord. Even though I am unable to celebrate Gene's life with you on Saturday I will always be here for you and your family. Tom Daub

 

 

Wendell Butler posted on 3/2/20

Remembering Ed, good, honest, friendly person. God bless him. May he rest in peace.

 

Larita posted on 3/2/20

Here we are six years later and I'm still missing her like yesterday.The flowers placed by the tree you planted does no justice nor is as near beautiful as you. One day you will see it and I know you will love it.

 

Larita posted on 3/2/20

Here we are six years later and I'm still missing her like yesterday.The flowers placed by the tree you planted does no justice nor is as near beautiful as you. One day you will see and I know you will love it.

 

Larita posted on 3/2/20

Here we are six years later and I'm still missing her. The flowers placed by the tree you planted does no justice nor is as near beautiful as you. One day you will see and I know you will love it.

 

Rick langhammer posted on 3/1/20

Thinking of the entire Walk family during this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with all your loved ones. So sorry for your loss...

 

 

Marcia Wheeler posted on 3/1/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, may God keep you all close in heart, a friend always Marcia Wheeler

 

Elizabeth Alaimo Lumb posted on 3/1/20

So sorry for your loss. May his memory be eternal.

 

 

Yvonne Cira posted on 3/1/20

My condolences to all of the Walk Family for a life taken to soon. You all are in my thoughts and Prayers.

 

Pam and Jim Rheingans posted on 3/1/20

Dori and family....Jim and I have just heard that Dana was victim to this horrific shooting. We are without words to express our sorrow for you and the family. Being neighbors for over 20 years and seeing your family grow, we never would have believed this tragedy could end such a vibrant part of it. We will remember Dana with the kindest of thoughts as a man, a father, a husband taken too soon. He had so much life and fishing yet to do. Our thoughts and prayers too all of you. May you all find the peace and healing you need to move forward.

 

 

Kayundra Holloway posted on 3/1/20

My, big brother was always there when I needed to talk, make no mistake he told me when I was wrong, but always supported me with love!!! Truly will be missed, til we meet again my big brother love you. Baby Sis

 

Kawauna Hubanks posted on 3/1/20

Uncle, it was great hearing your voice one last time. I love you and thanks for always being there for me. RIP YOU TRULY WILL BE MISSED!❤️

 

Gary Matheus posted on 3/1/20

Prayers..A truly wonderful woman and mother.. will be missed.. Mary is at peace in a better place with Jesus and loved ones..

 

Thomas and Carol Brunner posted on 2/29/20

So sorry we couldn't attend the memorial today. We will remember your family in our prayers.

 

 

Nita Domnitz posted on 2/29/20

To the beautiful Saites family we send our deepest love & condolences for Peter’s transition. May your cherished memories connect you to Peter’s true spirit of pure love & kindness. We love you all & cherish our shared family memories with you, Nita & Ric

 

Affiliated Wellness Group posted on 2/29/20

Dori, We are so sorry for your loss. Our sympathy and prayers are with you and your family at this time, lots of love to you.

 

none posted on 2/29/20

our deepest sympathy the zizzo family god bless

 

Mary Ellen Krygier posted on 2/29/20

Oh my sweet Dear friend of 53 years. I cannot say goodbye to you. Your kindness, love, laughter & compassion is your legacy that will live on in all of us who where blessed to know you. You fought a good fight and will never be forgotten. I love you. Until we meet again in heaven I will keep you in my heart always.

 

Andrea Mann posted on 2/29/20

Dearest Betty and Family- we are so sorry for your loss. Pete sounded like a thoughtful, kind and generous young man. We are not surprised. We are only sorry we never had the opportunity to meet him. May his memory be eternal. Fondly, Andrea and Phil

 

Marlene Ego posted on 2/29/20

TO Betty and Family, My deepest sympathy to you. I was shocked to hear of this tragedy. Be assured that Pete is with the angels, his father, and of course his uncle. May God give you strength during this trying time. May his memory be eternal. Life to you!

 

Rob Escamilla posted on 2/29/20

First I would like to send my condolences to the family... I worked with Dana and was one of the first people he talked to every morning... We shared a few minutes talking about what we had done the night before, everyday!!! Going back to work is going to be hard waiting for him to stop by and talk...or while we are waiting to leave work and not seeing him at the very front of the line, always first to punch out and get home to his family!!! He will be dearly missed by all of us at Miller Brewery. (Rest in peace, Brother...)

 

 

Sherri Marie Davis posted on 2/29/20

Mary,I will always remember your laugh,and all of the fun times we had together.You we're the first one to hold my son Aaron After he was born other than my parents..I love you so much & I'm going to miss you more than words can say..You will Always be my best Friend..

 

Milwaukee Police Post #415 of The American Legion. posted on 2/29/20

Our Deepest Sympathy for your loss .May it comfort you to know that others care, and may you find new hope and peace in the days ahead.

 

 

Donna and Paul Marcott posted on 2/29/20

Dear friend, Its difficult to say goodbye to someone who has been a part of your life story for 55 years. Sharing memories,many holiday celebrations and family. Being a "great" big brother to my dearest friend Jill ( your sister). I will always remember you with love and respect. It was an honor to have you as a part of my life story. May you find peace and rest and a renewed health with our Lord. Hope those wings aren't too heavy for you my friend. Sincere love and concern and prayers to your family. Donna

 

David EducaTe posted on 2/29/20

A shot that rang out throughout the land. It has touch me as a co’worker of Dan’s at GE. And my best friend in the whole world!! Sorry so sad.

 

 

Heidi (Herwig) Henke posted on 2/29/20

My most heartfelt sympathy to your families. May his wonderful memories help comfort you during this very difficult time. Dana and I went to Marshall High School together and his smile lite up a room. God Bless you.

 

Ken Thomas posted on 2/29/20

RIP Frank

 

 

Presley Carlyle posted on 2/29/20

RIP my fellow Rufus King General. Frank also was a former co-worker of mine at Miller Brewing Co. My condolences and prayers to the family

 

JaQuey posted on 2/28/20

One never had to wonder where they stood with you, straight shooter..... Always positive, good conversation, could make you laugh and you knew your way around the Kitchen. I appreciate all the advice you gave me regarding the girls and the thumbs up you’d give me when I followed your directions to the letter. Rest Well Unc, your niece JaQuey

 

 

Gertie Gilliam posted on 2/28/20

To the entire Bullock family I send my deepest condolences in the passing of your beloved Edgar! “Weeping may endure for the night but joy comes in the morning” Psalm 30:5 Gertie Gilliam, Milwaukee Police Department(retired)

 

Ahmed Majeed posted on 2/28/20

RIP brother. We got it from here.

 

Ahmed Majeed posted on 2/28/20

RIP brother. We got it from here

 

Dawn Michelz posted on 2/28/20

I am so heartbroken that such a sweet woman had her life end at such a young age, but comforted in knowing that her energy and curiosity towards life led her to enjoy and experience so much in such a short time. I had not seen Laura since her "Otis" dog was a small puppy, but for some reason I thought about her and stumbled upon the sad news of her death. I send my prayers to her family and friends.

 

 

Bret McInnis posted on 2/28/20

Great guy. Always said hello while passing by.

 

Joyce Martin posted on 2/28/20

I've known Dennis for over 25 years mostly in the athletic arena - as a BB and VB referee. He was always smiling and full of jokes. I do not think I ever saw him get mad at anyone even when his calls were questioned. The young people loved him and he was always giving his scorer a fifty cent piece. My grandson got plenty of them. My sympathy to the family, we lost a good one!

 

Kay Hanna,Daro posted on 2/28/20

We were in the same academy class. Edgar was such a nice guy. Ed was so supportive durimg are PE workouts. I would see him from time to time at the DA office or court and he was always happy to see you. Condolences to his family. He was a great brother in blue and will be missed,

 

Ronald Koepke posted on 2/28/20

I worked with Edgar at MPD District 3E. It was a pleasure to know him. My condolences to his family

 

Mark Rogers posted on 2/28/20

Dana always made me smile.

 

 

Shauna kucharczyk posted on 2/28/20

You will always be loved

 

Angela Dickerson posted on 2/28/20

I love you guys with all my heart, I wish I could take this pain away but I cannot. I pray that his love will stay with your forever. I will Miss my dear cousin Timmy love angie

 

Kathleen Fleming posted on 2/28/20

My heartfelt condolences to Tom’s loving family. I Remember Tom , as a hard working , loyal & kind man. May God bless him & May he rest in peace.

 

Kathleen Fleming posted on 2/28/20

My heartfelt condolences to Tom’s living family. I Remember Tom , as a hard working , loyal & kind man. May God bless him & May he rest in peace.

 

Staff at FCS posted on 2/28/20

Losing your husband can be extremely difficult because you are losing a source of friendship, strength, stability and consistency in your life. We are so sorry for your loss.

 

The Gals Institute Team posted on 2/28/20

We extend our deepest condolences to your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers through this time of grieving.

 

 

Mary luening posted on 2/28/20

I am so saddened to hear about the loss of Dana. My heart is breaking for the family and friends. Dana was a wonderful cousin. Love and sympathy to Dori and family...

 

Randy Chenoweth posted on 2/28/20

To the Family of Dana I worked with Dana in the Powerhouse. The tragic events we all experienced that day will never be forgotten and neither will the memory of Dana. I am glad I was able to meet and work with him. I will miss him asking me if I made coffee every morning. Mine and my wife Cindy’s thoughts and prayers are with you as you mourn. Our hearts go out to you during this difficult time.

 

Mary TYsdal (Schneider) posted on 2/28/20

It is with great sadness that the Tysdal Family offer their condolences, thoughts and prayers to the Walk family. I went to school with Dana and his brother Duane. I was very sorry to hear what happened to Dana. He was taken from us to soon. Dana was a very sweet and loving person who cared about life, and his family. He will be missed by all.

 

 

Shannah & Taylor Schmitt posted on 2/28/20

To a wonderful man with a heart of gold. Your smile, laughter & sincerity has made am impact on so many. My daughter's "handprint in the cookie" story & all of our cookie exchanges at volleyball will never be forgotten. You are amongst the loving Angels of the Lord now, but I know you're still keeping an eye on all of us. Sending sympathy, love & comforting prayers to the Justus family.

 

Karen ReinickeBowen posted on 2/28/20

It is with great sadness that we ( The Reinicke Family) offer our deepest sympathy to the entire Walk Family. We have fond memories of Dana (and Duane) as teenagers coming over to our cottage on Pewaukee Lake just to hang out. It didn’t matter which of my brothers or sisters were there— Dana was always up for friendly conversations and joined in with whatever my family was up to. Dana was truly one of the nicest people we will ever know. He was kind and sweet. We will miss his beautiful smile. With Love, The Reinicke Family — Kurt, Chris, Karen, Coco, Jenny, Erica, Paul and their spouses and my mom, Joan.

 

John Gustavson posted on 2/28/20

When you live your life putting other people's needs and happiness at the center of everything you do, you have lived a great life. Dennis lived a great life. On behalf of all people involved in high school volleyball, we thank you for all you did for our student athletes.

 

Phillip Pik posted on 2/28/20

I am so sorry Dori and family. I remember Dana well. We had lots of laughs. Terrible tragedy. My sincere condolences.

 

Susan Hay Salamone posted on 2/27/20

Of the many teachers I had, I remember Mr. B. well. He gave me a great foundation for writing in college and beyond. His zest for English was contagious. Both my husband and I had him for British Authors at different times. I like to think his passion for teaching English lives on, as both our sons found jobs teaching English.

 

Teresa Mueller posted on 2/27/20

Dennis will be missed! I have been playing volleyball for 20+ years on and off and he was always there with a smile and a funny comment! Even if he hadn’t seen me in a while, he always remembered who I was! He always fair and kind. I will miss seeing him on the court in the ref stand! My sympathies to your family. Wish I could be there for the funeral. He was a great man!

 

Jim Trzcinko posted on 2/27/20

I am so very, very sad to hear that my old friend Dana Walk has passed on. I am so unhappy about this circumstance and pray for him and his four co-worker friends. Wish something could be done to have prevented it. Dana and I worked together on and off over the years and we became good friends. Dana brightened the day just by being there and he was such a good person to everyone. He talked about fishing, ice boating and his wonderful wife and family every chance he got and his values were very high. Great person. Condolences to the family's of his four co-worker friends and to Dana's family. God bless.

 

Chris Mecha posted on 2/27/20

One of the nicest guys I have ever met. Will miss his stories about ice boating and fishing. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

 

Ruth (Block) Rose posted on 2/27/20

Dennis now rests in the arms of Jesus. What a man he was! He & Vic are probably discussing all the games that Dennis refed for both Vic’s teams and my teams at St. Peter-Immanuel. Vic & I and our daughters, Rachel & Lindsey, got to know your entire family at SPI when we taught there in the late 70’s to the mid 80’s, until Vic died in 1986. Dennis was always willing to ref any of our games and we loved his humor and his kindness to players and parents. Karen & family, may you feel the comfort of God’s arms at this time & the many prayers that are being said for your peace & comfort. God will never let go! As believers, we have the comfort in God’s promise of what lies ahead.

 

Marshelle Carpenter posted on 2/27/20

My oldest brother, Frank L. Wilson, Sr., will be missed. Losing him weighs heavy on my heart. Great sense of humor. Lovable, and always kept me smiling. Had a heart of gold. Betting on horses have him great joy. Frank loved people and will always be an angel that I hold deeply in my heart. I always looked forward to our visits. I can't wait to see him again in heaven. Condolences to his family.

 

Colleen Townsend posted on 2/27/20

I will always remember Dennis’s sweet smile and warm, silly personality. I’ll miss seeing him reffing at volleyball. He has been such a part of that fun for decades. My deepest sympathies to his family and close friends.

 

Karen Dobson posted on 2/27/20

Dear Mike and family, My most sincere condolences to you and your family in the loss of your brother. I was unable to attend the services since I am struggling with complications from the flu, but please know my thoughts are with you.

 

Colleen Townsend posted on 2/27/20

I will always remember Dennis’s sweet smile and warm, silly personality. I’ll miss seeing him reffing at volleyball. He has been such a part of that fun for decades. I will never forget him. My deepest sympathies to his family and close friends.

 

Colleen Carpenter posted on 2/27/20

God blessed my life by making Frank Wilson my brother. He was generous, kind toward others, and had a great sense of humor. He could always put a smile on my face. Frank had a way of treating people like friends, even if he'd just met them. He was a loving, intelligent man with a joyful spirit. My deepest sympathy to his devoted wife, Sandy, his children and family. Big brother you will be missed by many. Love you so much. May your soul rest in peace...

 

Rose Mary and Frank Matusinec posted on 2/27/20

Joyce, you bird lady extraordinaire, you must now have your own set of wings, deservedly so

 

Robin C. Griepentrog posted on 2/27/20

My sincerest sympathy to the family of Dennis Justus. I had the pleasure of serving with him on the Milwaukee Police Department and as a fellow member at St. Peter Immanuel Lutheran Church. He loved his job as a Police Officer and he loved his church and Savior. Now He rests in the arms of Jesus. May that knowledge give comfort to his loving family. You will be in our prayers.

 

Terri Zysk posted on 2/27/20

Barbara and I worked together for 20 years at Columbia hospital. She made working together so much fun! We stayed friends after retirement. I have many great memories. Unfortunately I won’t be able to attend her service, but the family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Lynne Hutchison posted on 2/27/20

Bill and I were so sorry to hear about Diane. Bill worked out with Ron and we would occasionally have dinner with them. We miss them both and the Ebly family is in our thoughts and prayers. Bill and Lynne Hutchison (neighbors)

 

Pat Kroening posted on 2/27/20

Jeanne was such a hard worker and a spectacular soul who will never be forgotten by many of us from the Milwaukee Police Department. Our prayers go out to her family members for their loss, and eventual peace.

 

George Peters posted on 2/27/20

Edgar, you were a good person and a great guy to work with. You are truly one of gods children. RIP my brother.

 

TERRELL PUTNAM posted on 2/27/20

A great man who I have only pleasant memories of. A Brother and a friend who treated me good. God Bless your soul. May God Bless Comfort and Keep you and your family with the Power of His Holy Spirit

 

Tony Amoroso posted on 2/27/20

Sorry to hear of Dennis’s passing. We were volleyball ref partners for several years. Every time we walked into a gym he would stop and talk with everybody: parents, players, coaches, parents and school officials. He was always ready to hand out his coins to unsuspecting people. Dennis loved reffing volleyball. With all the matches he did I was surprised he still had time to camp and volunteer. My sympathies and prayers go out to his family.

 

Olga Gajdosik posted on 2/26/20

Dear Karen and family. My heart breaks for all of you. I met Mr. Justus on a bike tour many years ago. I have known him and Karen all those years and feel like I know all of you through the two of them. The closeness and love of your family, all the camping you did together , the holidays and celebrations , all the fun of your family gatherings, all the beautiful memories. He spoke proudly of all of you and along with Karen, created priceless memories for all of you. He never seized to amaze me with his stories, humor and a kind heart, The waiting room of my office became alive when he would come in, everyone would be entertained and teased. I will never forget his huge smile and just thinking of him makes me smile. He made this world a better place through his kindness and I will miss his visits tremendously. I am so very sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Olga

 

Bobby Bystrek posted on 2/26/20

Rest in Peace Aunt Joyce you left behind a lot of good memories. O by the way in the obituary they forgot to mention her loving sister in law (and my aunt) Rose Peters

 

 

Stacy Carawan posted on 2/26/20

Rest in peace Barb. I will miss you and our long talks over coffee.

 

Carol Smith posted on 2/26/20

I remember Dennis! He gave me a coin! He was always so very nice to me and the kids!

 

Tom & Joan Czaplicki posted on 2/26/20

Sending loving wishes and God's Blessing. We love you, Aunt Joyce, and we're happy that you are now at peace with Our Eternal Father, and all your family.

 

Joseph P. posted on 2/26/20

For the last decade plus, I had the great opportunity to share time with Dennis while he stood atop the ref stand at Frank Lloyd Wright. From the beginning, Dennis felt like a familiar presence, like he had known us for years. And as those years grew in numbers, Dennis was one of the best parts of coming into that gym. Always ready for a chat and a joke. I'm sure other teams felt the same, but it always felt like he was pulling for us. Always kind, always fair, always happy to be there. And I felt very happy and very lucky that I got to be there with him. That league, and I'm sure many others, will never be the same without Dennis. How could they. This guy was one of a kind. He will be missed.

 

Don & Julie Severson posted on 2/26/20

Our deepest sympathy to your family. May your memories always shine on & provide light for this sad time.

 

Chuck Kuhtz posted on 2/26/20

I'll miss you, my friend. You're in good hands now.

 

Cindy Bystrek posted on 2/26/20

Joyce entered my life, first as my boss for several years, then as an aunt through marriage. She was kind, and generous, to me and my kids. What a reunion that must have been, all nine siblings, and parents, together again. May you rest in peace, Joyce, free from pain.

 

Betty Williams-Gainer posted on 2/26/20

To Stella and the Myers family, May you all find comfort during this difficult time. OJ will always be alive in your hearts.

 

Chris posted on 2/26/20

Dad, you are the best father I could ask for. Thank you for all the thing u did for me. I love u and miss u already. God bless you, I know your in a better place. Love you Christopher and Theresa

 

Jeff Knutson posted on 2/26/20

I knew Dennis from my time as teacher/athletic director at St. Peter-Immanuel in the 80's and 90's, He was a great volunteer during my time at SPI who always had time to talk and help. He was a big influence on me during my formative years teaching and coaching. His hallmarks were a big smile, kindness, a great laugh, a caring heart and a gentle spirit. Maybe his best quality was that he was this way with everybody - whether long time friend or someone he just met! He was a good, kind, Godly man who will be missed by many.

 

Kayundra Holloway posted on 2/25/20

Hey, big brother Jehovah God gives us a wonderful promise at Rev 21: 4 ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Michael Buehl posted on 2/25/20

No matter what was going on in your life, if you reffed with Dennis, you walked away smiling. You will be missed. Rest in peace! Prayers for the family!!

 

Michael Buehl posted on 2/25/20

No matter what was going on in your life, if you reffed with Dennis, you walked away smiling. You will be missed. Rest in peace! Prayers for these family!!

 

 

Simone Mervosh posted on 2/25/20

So very sorry for your loss. Prayers and love.

 

Lisa posted on 2/25/20

Dennis always had a smile on his face went he walk down the hallway when he volunteer at luther manor. U will be miss on Wednesday R.I.P Dennis

 

Jennifer Williams posted on 2/25/20

Dad we will forever miss you! Your presence, your smile, your conversations, and being a great role model. This is so hard, but I know you are no longer in pain or suffering. Please look over us, my angel Until I see you again Jennifer I love you Dad.

 

Presley Carlyle posted on 2/25/20

Frank was a coworker of mine at Miller for over 30 years. He was a funny guy.I always enjoyed talking with him. He was also a fellow Rufus King graduate. My condolences to his wife and family. RIP Frank, Presley

 

Taylor Lewis posted on 2/25/20

It’s so crazy how someone can so easily touch your life. You’ve been reffing me ever since I was a little girl and still would to this day. Dennis was my favorite ref, I would walk into every gym hoping it was him reffing. You would go out of your way to make me and my team smile, with your funny remarks and love and dedication to the game. I will miss your smile and how much you just loved your job. Rest easy. I will miss you so so much and so will the whole volleyball community. Rest easy.

 

Casey posted on 2/25/20

Dennis had been a LONG TIME ref in my life (honestly probably 20 years!!) even as recent as Wednesday in West Allis. Always had so much fun reffing. I will miss your smiling face! He was so loved. So sorry for your loss

 

Robina biesterfeld posted on 2/25/20

This was my first volleyball season through MF rec department (Monday nights) and he was our ref...always smiling and sweet. prayers for his family

 

Robina posted on 2/25/20

This was my first volleyball season through MF rec department (Monday nights) and he was our ref...always smiling and sweet. prayers for his family

 

 

William Rinnemaki posted on 2/25/20

I enjoy doing volleyball with him and yes he always made it fun

 

Kayundra Holloway posted on 2/25/20

My, loving brother will be greatly missed!!!! Love you so much!! Little Sis (Michelle )

 

Mike Buschmann posted on 2/25/20

Sorry to hear about Dennis. I enjoyed working with him for many years as an official (just last week in Sussex) He was always happy and full of life. I will miss our many discussions.

 

 

Megan posted on 2/25/20

As a friend/sister in-law to one of her best friends, Lauren, I was lucky to spend time with and met Laura. My first time meeting here was on a trip to the Wolf River, where I knew I liked her right away due to her goofy sense of humor. Naturally, we ended up at quite a few brunches together. During one, she offered to pay my meal because I was a broke graduate student. I refused, but it showed how generous she was. I also spend time with her at Thanksgivings and Packer games. I was able to visit her house on the Venice boardwalk and see how happy she was in LA. Laura was a beautiful, fiery force. I am glad to have met her and so sorry for your family, Lauren, and the world that she is no longer here. Rest easy Laura, the pain is over.

 

Dana Sanders posted on 2/25/20

Such a blessing to have know Dennis through vball!! Always cheerful, full of life, engaging and full of good wishes to all!! Peace!

 

Joe Chiesa posted on 2/25/20

Dennis, I certainly enjoyed working volleyball matches with you, if only for a limited time. May you keep the Angels in Heaven in the proper rotation.

 

Rebecca Bonnos posted on 2/25/20

Love you Aunt Jeanne, till we meet again! We still have lots to catch up on.

 

Lindy Nieves posted on 2/25/20

We are all saddened by this news. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sending love your way John and Terri.

 

 

Lindsay posted on 2/25/20

You were so special to our family and so many others. Thanks for always keeping it real and loving with all your heart. Till we meet again!

 

Krista Davidson posted on 2/25/20

Barb - thinking of you and your family at this difficult time. Sending many prayers and hugs xo

 

Lee Ann posted on 2/25/20

So sorry for the loss of your precious mother. May the good Lord give you peace and comfort in the upcoming days ahead. We continue to pray for you and your family.

 

Joyce Mielke posted on 2/25/20

I worked with Janet in Information Technology at the corporate office of Briggs & Stratton Corporation in Wauwatosa, WI. Janet always had a smile and time for everyone. Blessings to Janet's family and friends! Joyce

 

 

Lisa Schill posted on 2/25/20

Love you FOREVER, Mom!!! XO XO

 

 

Earnestine Avant posted on 2/24/20

Joe Ann my best friend. Love her dearly

 

Kelli posted on 2/24/20

My dear uncle...I love and miss you. My dear cousins..your dad was such a good human. I see him in all of you. XOXO

 

Paula Jameson posted on 2/24/20

Barb, in this terribly difficult time, may the Lord bless you and keep you; may the Lord shine his countenance upon you and give you rest.

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 2/24/20

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 Thomas' name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Sharon Robb posted on 2/24/20

Barb, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Peace, Sharon Robb

 

Pam Champigny posted on 2/24/20

Praying for you and your family Barb.

 

Pam May posted on 2/24/20

My prayers are with you and your family. Love you and Hugs, Barb.

 

Karen Yahr posted on 2/24/20

My uncle with the biggest hugs and always a big smile. He will be dearly missed. My heart and prayers go out to all of my Kloppenberg cousins and kin.

 

 

Robert Elissa Pischke posted on 2/24/20

Thanks for all the fun and Times if teaching square dancing at your house we will always hold you close in our hearts.

 

Mary posted on 2/24/20

JIm, we are very sorry for your loss. Jayne was a very kind and gentle friend. We donated to the HAWS in her memory. Jack and Mary

 

Kathy Struck and Family posted on 2/23/20

The right words are so hard to write when one looses an old friend.. So many memories are running through my mind of the great times that our family had with Norm and Pat and their great family back in our younger days when we were all part of the greatest Boy Scout Troop 208 of all time.. The projects we worked on and all the planning to make the kids have a great experience,, but those Parents meetings were like no others,,,,oh the fun and the laughs with a wonderful bunch of caring, loving,happy, kind,considerate great parents... The memories live on in the home movies that i took and transferred on to dvd's that i watch often. Rest in Peace Pat and know that you were loved by many many people.. Our LOVE to everyone in your Family.. You will never be forgotten..

 

Nick Narloch posted on 2/23/20

My deepest condolences: Although I had the great honor of getting to know Gene much later in my life than I would have expected, he left an indelible impression on me. It was absolutely fascinating to listen to stories of his harrowing time in the Pacific and getting to hear a bit more about his brother and my grandfather, Don. In looking through the pictures posted here, it’s clear that Gene lived a rich, full, and long life that has undoubtedly touched many—friends and family alike. What an amazing life lived. Rest In Peace.

 

Clare Scheuerell posted on 2/23/20

I had the honor of worshipping with Tony on Sundays at the VA chapel- he was always smiling. He was very proud of being a Marine. I will miss him. May God now hold him in the palm of his hand. Hallelujah to the lamb.

 

Jim Vivian posted on 2/23/20

Marijane, Kathie. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the entire family during this difficult time.

 

Donald Nierode posted on 2/23/20

Jim always like Uncle time, most of witch was up at the Lake little did he known i enjoyed every minute i spent with him. Rest In Peace

 

Jane Little posted on 2/23/20

Linda, Thinking of you at this difficult time. Hugs and prayers.

 

Catherine Smith posted on 2/23/20

Gregory was always a loving person. I had many wonderful years with him. I have fond memories and will always remember him with love in my heart. May the family find peace in knowing he is in a better place and at peace!

 

Ruth Moegenberg posted on 2/23/20

Jim was an awesome son, dedicated to his mothers needs since his father’s passing a short time ago. Kind gentle man and love of Family very much. May he rest in peace

 

Leslie Kramer posted on 2/22/20

You are in my thoughts and heart always, dear teacher friend. I am so fortunate to have known you.

 

Sue Marcello Harding posted on 2/22/20

I have the most wonderful memories of Mrs. Ryan and the Ryan family. Mrs. Ryan was smart, witty, and always welcoming. She was a great friend to my parents and to many others. My condolences to all of the Ryan’s and extended family.

 

MICHAEL POWALISZ posted on 2/22/20

i worked with carol at Kohl's distribution center in menomonee falls for a few years, she was a bright and bubblely, beautiful soul that brightened my day many times. may she rest from the toils and pains from this world.

 

Bill Yates posted on 2/22/20

I had the privilege of worshipping with Tony weekly and serving him Communion which he was proud of the fact that he could accept Christs’ sacrifice without any assistance, Though He will be missed, No more limitations on containing that Big smiling spirit of Tony’s Hallelujah ! Tony is now Free.... John 8:36 King James Version (KJV) 36 If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.

 

lisa MANEAGE posted on 2/21/20

Jim and I worked together. He was super nice, very smart and fun to be with. We both love music so I have many CDs from him that I can listen to and think of him. I will miss you Jim

 

 

Rosetta Tayloe posted on 2/21/20

You will never be forgotten.

 

Barbara M Stawski posted on 2/21/20

My sincere sympathy and prayers.

 

 

Carole Bethke-Wright posted on 2/21/20

I feel your loss, Eileen. Of course, it hurts watching those we love taking their turn to go back home to their heavenly parents. Be grateful for him and that he is in a more wonderful place, now enjoying being with your parents, other brother, as well as your husband Don. Your brother "Hank", looks like a very nice man. I see a little of you in his features too. We must talk soon, my dear friend. Love always, Cuz Carole

 

Rita Zahn posted on 2/20/20

Carl was a great, kind and fun person. He will be missed.

 

Felicia P Massey (Robinson) posted on 2/19/20

Moma, thank you for being a positive example for demonstrating strength when feeling at my most vulnerable and weakest. Funny...the older I get, the more the siblings say I look like you. You always said I reminded you of your mom. You demonstrated strength. I learned at an early age to watch your lead and follow in your footsteps, bury the hurt, and to forcefully fight forward. I believe I understand the pain you felt but had to suppress in order to heal and survive. Who’s perfect?

 

Rosanne Cuda Weber posted on 2/19/20

I had Mr. B. for English class grades 9 and 11. I was also in his plays and was fortunate enough to work with him as president of the Drama Club. We hosted a dinner at our house before a group went to the Rep for a play. My mom enjoyed meeting him. Yes, I can still recite the beginning of the Prologue and many Shakespeare verses. I also married an English teacher.

 

JOHN NIERODE posted on 2/19/20

Jim was very special to a lot of people. He will be greatly missed.

 

Linda Arkens Kincade posted on 2/19/20

My sympathy to all the Jastromski family. Aunt Gloria was such a wonderful woman. I hope your sadness is overshadowed by all the beautiful memories that you have of her.

 

Beck posted on 2/19/20

A really fun and nice guy. Gone way too soon.

 

Beck posted on 2/19/20

A really fun and nice guy.

 

Margaret MacLeod Brahm posted on 2/19/20

As others have written here, Ralph Bielenberg was a marvelous, engaging, and dedicated teacher. As our teacher for homeroom, Language Arts and Social Studies in 7th and 8th grade at Edison (1960-61, 61-62), he was unforgettable. And he never forgot his students! When an article about an adult literacy program in the Journal Sentinel mentioned my name almost 30 years after those junior high years, he remembered and wrote to me. When he met my parents at some function, he remembered them. When four of us took an adult enrichment course from him in 2018 (almost 60 years later), he remembered us and was curious about what had happened to our classmates. (And, yes, he still had those grade books with their names.) As he remembered so many so well, I will remember him and never cease to be grateful for what and how he taught.

 

Eileen Winger posted on 2/19/20

Dear Brother Henry, I will always treasure the memories of the time we spent together. I will miss you, may you rest in peace, Eileen

 

Eileen Winger posted on 2/19/20

Dearest brother Henry I have so many memories of our time together that I will always treasure. I will also miss being with you, but may you rest in peace. Your Sister Eileen

 

Steve Cybell posted on 2/19/20

Greg was the first friend I made in kindergarten 56 years ago. We lived a few blocks apart and throughout grade school were great friends. After our families both moved to New Berlin we kept in contact for a few years but then drifted off in our own directions. To the entire Stewart family, I hope you find comfort knowing Greg is at peace in a better place.

 

Steve Cybell posted on 2/19/20

I found this listing by accident but am thankful I did. Jim, Mrs Worzala, it has been many years since we last saw one another but I wanted to extend my deepest condolences to you and the entire family. I will keep you in my thoughts.

 

Judith Loichinger posted on 2/18/20

I have read all these accolades to a wonderful man and educator. A man who inspired so many to deep thought and contemplation of language, theater and literature. All with a warm heart, sharp wit and a passion to share it all. He was my 7th and 8th grade English and social studies teacher at Edison Junior High in 1959 and 1960. He then came to John Marshall in my sophomore year and I was again able to have him for all my English classes. As an adult I am a member of Learning in Retirement through WCTC. WhenI saw he was teaching literature classes, I couldn’t wait to sign up and took several of his courses. He remembered me from all those years ago and even brought in his grade books from those Jr high classes and I brought the Marshall year books where he had written entries to me. We often discused the plays at APT .He was one of the most influential teachers I ever had. I kept the post cards he sent me from his trips for years. I will miss him for sure, but will always remember what a GREAT teacher he was and how willing he was to freely share his passion for the written word.

 

Mary Liz Frenn posted on 2/18/20

It has been my great honor to consider Ralph extended family for all these decades. We worked with him on many Early Music Now Auctions. I shared plays with him at the Milwaukee Rep, the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, and American Players Theatre. We had many lunches & dinners every year. And there were dozens of slide shows of his many trips all over the world; each amazing photograph accompanied by the classical music he taped to match every scene. You lived a good life, Ralph. I will especially miss your sharp wit, ever at the ready. While I am sad to let you go, Shakespeare's Hamlet has this quote. "Thou know'st 'tis common; all that lives must die, Passing through nature to eternity. " I look forward to seeing you there again some day, kind Sir.

 

Margaret Keehn posted on 2/18/20

A wonderful man. Deeply thoughtful driven by knowledge, intellect, and kindness. I am so grateful for the time he shared with me

 

Agnes Gray posted on 2/18/20

To my dear brother and his family, You lost a wonderful women who fought a courageous battle. She was very lucky to have you all to take such great care of her. My heart goes out to you during this difficult time. I am so very happy were able to visit with Carol in January. She is at peace now and joined by her family members and all the wonderful dogs she loved so dearly. May God be with you. All my love, Agnes

 

Chuck Gibson posted on 2/18/20

Thinking of you, at this time of loss.

 

Kathleen Klein posted on 2/18/20

I just heard the news of Mark’s passing and I am so sorry to hear this sad news! Mark was my licensor in Kenosha for many years and he taught me so much! I heard so many wonderful stories about Chloe and Leslie....he definitely was one proud dad! May your wonderful memories ease the difficult loss of your husband and father.

 

Nick Cannestra posted on 2/18/20

My Deepest Condolences to your family.

 

Luis Montano posted on 2/18/20

We basically grew up together lol you and your brother Zach were my first really good friends when I moved to West Allis. Recently saw you multiple times; gym, Pegasus...good young man and the strive for success you had was outstanding. Good head on your shoulders and always respectful and kind R.I.P bro gone but never forgotten

 

Marcus Thomas posted on 2/17/20

Impactful personality!!! Your presence is deeply missed!!! Rest in Heaven Alex.

 

Mauricio Tovar posted on 2/17/20

I had the great pleasure of working for many years with Dr. Hauke. He was always very professional, kind, caring. He will be profoundly missed. My deepest sympathies and prayers go out to Mrs. Hauke and family.

 

Krista Kiger posted on 2/17/20

I was Ralph's pastor at Trinity Presbyterian Church from 1997-2005. He is a beautiful, grace-filled Christian spirit and soul. Rest in God's arms Ralph.

 

Andrea H. posted on 2/17/20

My heart goes out to the family. You were taken to soon. You will be truly missed. You will see Europe through the clouds. Rest In Peace Dr Hauke.

 

Glenda Lee posted on 2/17/20

What a kindhearted generous spirit....he touched so many lives and will be missed. My thoughts are with his family.

 

Dennis Beltmann posted on 2/17/20

I was a June 1968 Marshall graduate. I have wonderful memories of him, especially when he and I worked on the music for one of the class musicals. I believe it was Oklahoma, but since it was so long ago, it may have been another production. At any rate he came to my house on a Saturday, and we spent several hours recording the music for the production on my reel to reel recorder in sections for the performance, which was then used during the musical. I've always remembered that day, and how he and I became good friends. Over the years I've often thought about him, and what a nice and decent man he was. Hre will be missed....

 

Megan posted on 2/17/20

Wow, this aches my heart. Gary was my OB and delivered 2 of my 3 babies. His humor is what got my through my visits and delivery! He will be greatly missed. Sending all my love to his family!

 

 

Jackie Brown posted on 2/17/20

I only knew Colleen for the couple months she was in the memory care facility. What I can tell you is that she amazed me with her skills to still play the piano!! She brought alot of love to many at the facility. She always had a very kind disposition in front of me. She laughed alot when we ate with her. She certainly had so love love for her children. I dearly miss her and all the children!!

 

 

Jackie Brown posted on 2/17/20

I only knew Colleen for the couple months she was in the memory care facility. What I can tell you is that she amazed me with her skills to still play the piano!! She brought alot of love to many at the facility. She always had a very kind disposition in front of me. She laughed alot when we ate with her. Ahe certainly had so love love for her children. I dearly miss her and all the children!!

 

Cheryl, Rich and Maddie Bohnsack posted on 2/17/20

Chet was a wonderful neighbor and family man. I am so sorry for your loss Mary. Please let us know if we can do anything for you. We didn't know about Chet's passing until today.

 

Jaime Magana Ramos posted on 2/17/20

I attended West Milwaukee middle school with Alex. He was a nice guy, very energetic. After middle school I lost touch with him. I’ll always remember him as the cool guy in class.

 

Shukria Quereshi posted on 2/17/20

Mr. Bielenberg was an excellent teacher and the reason I became an English major in college. He taught me that through literature I could access history, art, spirituality, transcendence. I will never forget his rendering of the poem “The Prisoner of Chillon” to our 11th grade British Lit class at Marshall H.S. (1976-1977). Thank you for sharing your gifts with us, Mr. Bielenberg. You were the best, and you will go on in all of us. “Whan that Aprill, with his shoures soote...”

 

 

Darvell posted on 2/17/20

Alex had a pure soul and just one of the most coolest people I knew. He will be truly missed

 

Mary O’Hara Stacy posted on 2/16/20

Before “Harry Potter,” before “Games of Thrones,” even before “Dead Poets Society,” there was Ralph Bielenberg’s British literature course at John Marshall High School in Milwaukee, Wis. And everyone who experienced his dramatic gift for conveying the history of the English language and literature ~ will never forget it. Memorizing Chaucer’s prologue to Canterbury Tales? Fifty years later, classmates can meet on the street and recite it to each other...with rueful smiles for the memories his teachings and distinct personality evoke. My family was fortunate to keep in contact with Ralph through our church, Trinity, in Sherman Park. And my husband and I were honored to work with him on behalf of Early Music Now, after he invited us to a concert and we were ‘hooked.’ Ralph Bielenberg was truly a Renaissance man, a great teacher and a good friend. He will be truly missed.

 

Sally Schwarz posted on 2/16/20

Ralph Bielenberg was a wonderful associate member of the MacDowell Club of Milwaukee. He was the stage manager for our programs and performed his job beautifully. He was stage manager for the last MacDowell Club program at Villa Terrace on September 22, 2019. He was a kind and thoughtful man, and we will miss him greatly. Sincerely, Sally Schwarz, VP/Program Chair, MacDowell Club

 

Diana (Marbes) Davis posted on 2/16/20

Very early in his career, 1961, Mr. Bielenberg taught our 7th grade Language Arts class at Edison Jr. High in the newly-formed MPS Gifted Program. From the start, his strong expectations and energetic delivery motivated us to delve into broad aspects of language and literature fostering, for many of us, a profound appreciation for viewing aspects of communication and culture through interpretive analysis. He remained one of our most memorable teachers even as we moved on into different fields of study. When I transitioned to teaching Gifted English in the Orlando public school system in 1987 after twenty years in the business world, memories of his dedication impacted my love of teaching. Fast forward to 2017 when I returned to the Milwaukee area and, along with several of my former 7th grade classmates, enrolled in an enrichment class he taught. His impressive knowledge was just as formidable as that 7th grade class of 50+ years ago, second only to his ability to remember four of his former students. And as we reminisced about those Edison Jr. High days and those early years as members of Trinity Presbyterian Church, I discovered that he also had a great sense of humor. Mr. Bielenberg, you will always be remembered with great appreciation and respect.

 

 

Derek Dalzin posted on 2/16/20

As a child and an adult... Alex was always friendly, had a smile and respectfully. He was the rock for his friends and held them all together. He will be missed.

 

Susan Thiel posted on 2/16/20

So so very sad! We had many conversations about what we were going to do when we retired! I am shock & sad! Many prayers for his family for comfort!

 

Deb Garay posted on 2/16/20

My heart goes out to the family. Dr.Hauke was a pleasure to work with, & such a nice man. The medical community lost a wonderful physician.

 

Jacky Sandoval posted on 2/16/20

Forever in my heart. LONG LIVE ALEX KELLING.

 

Dawne Suehring APNP, NNP-BC posted on 2/16/20

I enjoyed working with Dr Hauke for years at St Francis....Always a smile on his face and so pleasant to talk with.... My deepest sympathies to his family and friends....

 

Dawne Suehring posted on 2/16/20

I enjoyed working with Dr Hauke for years at St Francis....Always a smile on his face and so pleasant to talk with.... My deepest sympathies to his family and friends....

 

Cisco posted on 2/16/20

peace and resignation for the whole family We miss you Alex

 

Marlene Rivera posted on 2/16/20

My sweet bother. Well will love you always & for ever. Hasta pronto hermanito

 

Marlene Rivera posted on 2/16/20

My sweet bother. Well will love always & for ever. Hasta pronto hermanito

 

Mayra posted on 2/16/20

I love you forever big brother

 

Angie Soczka - AWP posted on 2/16/20

Dr. Hauke was an amazing, unassuming doctor. He was always kind and treated women nicely no matter their background. He was humble in the fact that he didn’t try to believe he could control the force of labor. He was the only MD I ever called to a room for delivery without checking the cervix. I told him the patient said she’s going to turn over and push and deliver the baby. He believed me and the patient, came right down, we set up the room, broke down the bed, and had a baby in the next few minutes. I appreciated his faith in me and the patient. Through his humility, he always seemed to be able to find a smile— no matter how many times we woke him up during the night. This is a huge loss to the medical community, but his legacy will live on through everyone whose lives he touched.

 

Jennifer Stong posted on 2/16/20

Dr.Gary Hauke touched so many lives in such a kind and special way. His smile lit up the room. Linda and Katie were so lucky to have him. My prayers are with you. My deepest condolences go out for your loss of Gary. May the lord give you strength in this most difficult time.

 

Maureen O'Reilly NNP-BC posted on 2/16/20

I’ll miss him. He was kind to all his patients and that’s something that’s sometimes hard to do, but never forgotten. My sympathy to his family-what a loss for us all.

 

Dawn H posted on 2/16/20

Will always remember his kind hearted chuckle when walking onto the Labor and Delivery unit. It was distinct and pure. Dr. Hauke will be missed. God has other plans for that tall studious man! May God bring comfort to his family now in their greatest time of need.

 

Jill Thiffault posted on 2/16/20

One of the kindest caregivers I have ever had the pleasure of working with. May his memory give all who knew him peace.

 

Carmela Barr, MD posted on 2/16/20

As a fellow OB-GYN I knew and respected Dr. Gary Hauke over many years. He was competent, hard working, dependable and always cordial to his fellow colleagues and medical staff. It deeply saddens all of us who knew him. My heartfelt condolences to his family.

 

Alex foley posted on 2/15/20

It was a professional and personal pleasure to care for so many patients together. I remember singing “I’m like a bird” whenever he walked in on call because I would call him the ultimate Haukster. His laugh each time I sang it was enough to make my day. He gave so much to others and I always wanted him to understand how special he was to our unit. He had a home with us and we were always comforted walking in to our shifts to him sitting by the fireplace reading a paper... it truly made us feel so warm to see that when we walked in or away from our shifts. Thank you for all you gave day after day.

 

Gina T, posted on 2/15/20

Dr Hauke was an 'amazing' doctor to work with. His knowledge was endless, his patience was wonderful. His laughter was contagious. His positive attitude was always there. He loved his family and was always there w/the crossword section in his hands. He would sit by the fireplace and finish it. He always had an upbeat attitude.It was my honor to work with him. God bless you always.

 

Ahmed Quereshi posted on 2/15/20

Ralph Bielenberg was my British literature teacher and my school play/drama coach, including for Thornton Wilder's Our Town. Many years later we renewed our acquaintance when he took a class that I taught. Ralph, this is for you from Our Town: Emily: Oh, Mama, look at me one minute as though you really saw me. Mama, fourteen years have gone by. I'm dead. You're a grandmother, Mama! Wally's dead, too. His appendix burst on a camping trip to North Conway. We felt just terrible about it - don't you remember? But, just for a moment now we're all together. Mama, just for a moment we're happy. Let's really look at one another!...I can't. I can't go on.It goes so fast. We don't have time to look at one another. I didn't realize. So all that was going on and we never noticed. Take me back -- up the hill -- to my grave. But first: Wait! One more look. Good-bye , Good-bye world. Good-bye, Grover's Corners....Mama and Papa. Good-bye to clocks ticking....and Mama's sunflowers. And food and coffee. And new ironed dresses and hot baths....and sleeping and waking up. Oh, earth,you are too wonderful for anybody to realize you. Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it--every,every minute? Stage Manager: No. (pause) The saints and poets, maybe they do some. Emily: I'm ready to go back.

 

Jenna Kunde posted on 2/15/20

I'm so sorry to hear this news. And yes, I too can still recite the prologue to the Canterbury Tales, much to the chagrin of my kids. I became an English major, and he helped spur my love of this subject. I am forever grateful to him.

 

Violet Hawkins posted on 2/15/20

Pauline, I am so sorry for your loss. Our family would have been at the services except that our mother's service was that same day. Your husband was a wonderful man by all that I've heard.

 

Carla Kozak posted on 2/15/20

Wonderful teacher, wonderful man. I will miss him at the next (50th) reunion. And I will never forget the prologue to the Canterbury Tales, in the original Middle English.

 

Patrick Kendall posted on 2/14/20

To the "Rock", a good friend and great guy. (O-KE-DOKE), Love you, Brother! Pat

 

Linda ( Wodyn) Young posted on 2/14/20

He was a wonderful Drama coach. He was smart,kind,funny and fierce.

 

Deborah Fritsche posted on 2/14/20

May God's love and grace guide you during this difficult time.

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 2/14/20

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 Vivian's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grames, Executive Director

 

Susan Haight Sibinski posted on 2/14/20

Very sorry for the loss of this wonderful teacher. I had him back in '79 British Authors. Had to make sure I did my homework 'cause you never know when you would be called on to recite the Cantabury tales. I'm glad he lived a long life.

 

Richard Shavzin posted on 2/14/20

Few teachers at any level had the impact on my education, and therefore my life, that Ralph did. Sure, I can still recite the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales in Middle English, but his Advanced English class for juniors was so much more than that, and he was so much more than that class. His casting me as the lead in the play my senior year directly led to a (so far) 40-year career in the theatre. When my brother David (who had Ralph’s class four years after I did) had some milestone, Ralph came over to my parents’ house for dinner, and I made sure to come in from Madison or Chicago. Because Ralph. My other favorite school memory of him is at least partially responsible for my love of language: every other Friday in his class we would play the dictionary game (known in less delicate circles as Bullshit). I will still occasionally organize a game when gathered with friends, and invoke Ralph as the source. Happy Trails, Ralph.

 

Mimi Oxamn posted on 2/13/20

I think all of us who had Ralph ("Mr. Bielenberg") as our English teacher at Marshall High had to memorize the prologue to Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales." He was a gem of a man, a gentleman in every sense of the word, and such a good teacher. I was fortunate enough to take a British Poetry class from him last year at the "School for Seniors" at the United Methodist Church in Whitefish Bay. We even used the same textbook that we had used at Marshall. Ralph so loved what he taught that he made the poetry come alive when he read it. I will miss him.

 

Howie Gollup posted on 2/13/20

Class with Mr. Bielenberg wasn't just class. It was a potentially memorable event. He was a dedicated, effective, and innovative teacher and kind human being. I received an excellent education in High School, and teachers like him are why that was so.

 

Cynthia Raatz posted on 2/13/20

Ralph was one of my favorite teachers at Marshall. I was so afraid of not being able to memorize the first 18 lines of the prologue to Canterbury Tales during the school year that during the summer before I took a bus downtown to take out a recording of some English actor reciting it. Everyone in my class was disheartened when I volunteered to go first and ruined the curve. Years later it still comes back. He was also excellent on British history. And to help us prep for finals he had us playing a quiz bowl game. And it was really nice of him to invite the class of the previous year over for a Christmas party when we were seniors. All good memories.

 

Barbara Janks posted on 2/13/20

I'm so glad I got to see Me Bielenberg at our 50th reunion. It was such an honor to have him there. He was a remarkable teacher and the reason I majored in English in college. He left a lasting impression on my life. And I still can recite the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales.

 

Paul Paulos posted on 2/13/20

I remember once after class when Mr. Bielenberg told me that if I should ever give up my studies in math and science, he felt by looking at my work in class that I could become a very good writer....I never saw him after leaving Milwaukee, yet often have thought of this gentle man : ((

 

Tracy Wilcox posted on 2/13/20

My thoughts, prayers and love go to your family. May he rest in peace. I'm so sorry for your loss.

 

Debbie Schlicht posted on 2/13/20

I’m so sorry to hear about Chets passing. Many thoughts & prayers are with you & your family Mary.

 

Jeff Schmidt posted on 2/13/20

As a Luther College grad, Tony and I were roommates during our junior year. We enjoyed playing chess together and we were in the same fraternity. He was a class act and will be missed. I saw the notice in the Luther magazine yesterday and was saddened to read the notice.

 

Bill and Jodi Schlicht posted on 2/12/20

So sorry for your loss Mary. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Young Vets , Money Mont, Big Mooch & D-Nice posted on 2/12/20

Alvin, God Got You. Rest In Heaven. Much Love. Condolences to the family.

 

Al Scharrer posted on 2/12/20

Praying for you today as you mourn the loss of a son and brother. Praying Jesus, who can calm any storm, wrap you in his loving arms and that his peace, that surpasses all understanding, guard your hearts and your minds. May he hold you fast in his grace and mercy today and always, Al

 

Merdis Morgan posted on 2/12/20

Dear Tracy and the Cole Family, you have our condolence and prayers; Trusting the Lord will strengthen you all as you go through this trial. Hold on to God's Word that 'HE will NEVER leave NOR forsake thee. God Bless You...Merdis Morgan

 

 

Tim waskow posted on 2/11/20

I was saddened to hear that Pat passed away! She was a very fine Christian lady and I will always remember her fondly!

 

Jonny Rupnick posted on 2/11/20

I love you Al. I still see your infectious smile and I'll always miss our talks about sports . I'll miss hanging out with you at family functions and in West Allis bars sometimes. I'll just miss you cuz. I'll never forget you and you always were like a younger brother to me. I love you cuz. RIP.

 

Victor Orlandi posted on 2/11/20

John was a caring person, accept my condolences. We were good friends growing up.

 

Jorell Hill posted on 2/11/20

I worked with Alex at Steinhafels for about 4 years. He was always a cool and upbeat type of guy. I seen him at State Fair right after I started Steinhafels and we hadn’t formally met at work and he seen me at the fair and approached me and gave me helpful tips about the job and wished me the best. That was the type of guy he was, positive and wanted the best for everyone no matter who it was and l’ll always remember that... I’m going to miss talking about the Bucks and Brewers with him at work, just sucks that he’s no longer with us... My deepest condolences go out to his family and loved ones... Rest In Peace Alex ❤️

 

 

Sarah Millay posted on 2/10/20

John and I are so sad to hear this news. Roseanne and Keith, and the rest of the family, please know that we are praying for you!

 

Andre Gray posted on 2/10/20

You have my deepest condolence, Jerry wasn't just a great guy to work with, he was a friend, a teacher and a mentor. He will truly be missed.

 

 

Kevin Dineen posted on 2/10/20

Alex was one of the most real guys I ever met. Glad that I got to know him and have him as a friend for the short time we knew each other.

 

Bob Pomeroy posted on 2/10/20

Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. God Bless.

 

 

Mike unger posted on 2/10/20

Will never forget that smile cherm. Miss you bro

 

Brian and Karen Nelson posted on 2/10/20

We are so sorry for your loss.

 

Todd SCHUMELL posted on 2/10/20

My deepest condolences Rose and Keith. I'm so sorry

 

 

Kerr posted on 2/10/20

RIP Fly with your wings now.

 

Greg Hinson posted on 2/10/20

RIP Gerald Wolf you will be missed.

 

Davinea Johnson, RN posted on 2/10/20

I must say that I am in disbelief of your passing. One thing is for sure, that I will always cherish our time working together and you giving me wisdom on taking care of my patients. Zen you will truly be missed.

 

Davinea Johnson posted on 2/10/20

It was a true blessing to be in your presence during our time at John Marshall High School. Your smile quaint voice will forever be in my memory. Rest in Heaven, Davinea, Dallas, TX

 

Linda Kliesmet posted on 2/10/20

I was so sorry to hear of Dottie’s passing! She and Dottie worked together at the Gas Co. My mom Rose Garfield passed away June 15th 2019. After a long struggle with dementia! Don you and Dottie were such good friends to mom I thank you for that. IDottie was an amazing lady and I know how much you are all hurting. I pray for the waves of sorrow to come less and less. I have only happy memories with her. She was truly a trouper and her family was everything to her! Rest in eternal light Dottie, Linda “Koch” Kliesmet

 

Tyrell Richardson posted on 2/10/20

I love you Man Man....I miss you already....

 

Rodney (Squig) Wiedmann posted on 2/10/20

I just learned of Glen's passing. I was one of Glens classmates in high school. I remember him well. He was one of the people that would gather by my locker in the morning before homeroom and talk about what was going on in the world. Mainly school events. My condolences to his family and (Ruthie) I remember you also.

 

Francis Franck posted on 2/10/20

Was his father John J Kurtz? I have the WW II devotional book of Mr Kurtz and would like to find a family member who would treasure it.

 

Francis Franck posted on 2/10/20

Was his father John J Kurtz? I have the W W II devotional book of John J Kurtz and would like to pass it on.

 

 

Brittany Beauchamp-Hernandez posted on 2/9/20

RIP Aunt Sharon. Thank you for your guidance and kindness. I will miss you.

 

Claire Beutler-Cruise posted on 2/9/20

My heartfelt sympathy to Alvin's Mom Tracy, his Dad, siblings and all extended family and friends. May God give you comfort and the peace that passes all human understanding.

 

Kip and Debbie posted on 2/9/20

Our prayers for you and family

 

Chris Johnson posted on 2/9/20

My deepest sympathy to Mary and family! May you find peace in all your wonderful memories. Prayers for all, I'm at a loss or words.

 

Donald & D. Jacqueline Hart posted on 2/9/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. May God bless and comfort you all.

 

 

Elisa Nelsen Oyervides posted on 2/9/20

Sending blessings and warmth to you, Nikki and to your entire family. Love endures.....

 

Steve Salve posted on 2/9/20

I have fond memories of you Auntie Zeny going back to when you and Uncle Jeck took care of me when I was a young child. You both filled me with love in your hearts and I have nothing but love for you in return.

 

Amy and Mike Mondry posted on 2/8/20

We were so saddened to hear of Dale‘s passing. He was a very wonderful man. He always had a smile and a hug for me when I saw him. We send our heartfelt condolences to Ingrid and his entire family. He is in the Lord’s arms and no longer suffering. May your loving memories of him pull all of you through this hard time. Deepest sympathy, Amy and Mike Mondry

 

ronald beauchamp posted on 2/8/20

Sharon my dear sweet sister,I will always remember your kind heart and all the good times and laughs we shared.I know you went to the Rainbow Bridge to pick up Muffin & Cookie on your way to Heaven.I will miss you.

 

 

Tarah McVey posted on 2/8/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your neighbor, The McVeys

 

Tess Peterson posted on 2/8/20

You will be missed Ate Zen. I had a wonderful time working with you as the PNA president.. Thank you for the friendship and loved..Sending my prayers and to you Kuya Jake..

 

 

Tom, Christine, Ashley and Brittney Torres posted on 2/8/20

We will miss our dear friend Lyle who has been a part of our family for many years. We will always cherish the memories we have had with him and will keep them forever in our hearts.

 

Karen Belgard posted on 2/7/20

I am sorry for your loss. I will keep you in my prayers.

 

Steve Halverson posted on 2/7/20

Ena will always be remembered for her love of God, her many years of ministry in the church and the wonderful family she raised. Nearly 50 years later, i still recall her as my favorite Sunday school teacher.

 

 

William Asico posted on 2/7/20

On behalf of the Edralin-Asico families of Melbourne, Australia, I convey our deepest condolences to Uncle Jake and our prayers for the eternal repose of Auntie Zen

 

Old Romeo Soul Russell posted on 2/7/20

Sorry for your loss our Prayers is with you always.

 

 

Joyce Harris posted on 2/7/20

Rest in peace

 

David & Nora Lee Gramins posted on 2/7/20

Jenny, Charlie and Tommy, We are so sorry for your loss so soon after your Dad's passing. They were the perfect pair and the neighborhood will miss them.

 

Pam Kling posted on 2/7/20

My heart goes out to all of Jerry’s family. I knew him for about 48 years. He would be there for you anytime if you said you needed anything. He will be truly missed. May he be in heaven dancing the night away. Best memories at the Interns dancing and laughing. Miss you Jerry.

 

Jakki Kiefer posted on 2/7/20

I am very sorry and saddened to hear of Uncle Jerry’s passing my heart goes out to my aunt Mary his children grandchildren family and friends I will always have great memories of the funny and kind man he was may he Rest In Peace

 

Jakki Kiefer posted on 2/7/20

I am very sorry and saddened to hear of Uncle Jerry’s passing my heart goes out to my aunt Mary his children grandchildren family and friends I will always have great memories of the funny and kind man he was may he Rest In Peace

 

Remy and Bill Parish posted on 2/7/20

A life well lived leaves its gentle pattern on the hearts of all and the world is a lovelier place because you touched it with love, goodness and grace. Thank you for the beautiful memories. Rest in peace. May the Lord comfort you Jake in the loss of your dearest Zen.

 

Nicole Brown posted on 2/7/20

She was a Friend a Coworker .. A very beautiful Spirit you will be missed. Love you ❤

 

Colleen Justus posted on 2/7/20

I first met Mona as a Radiation Therapy student at St Joe's hospital, but worked with her for many years after. She was always well respected & loved by her patients & staff. She will be sorely missed, but good memories will go on forever. My sympathy & prayers are with you all.

 

Rick Jakober posted on 2/7/20

Chuck, So sorry to hear of your Mom passing she was a good one. I remember her getting you ready for early morning duck hunts when we worked together on 2nd shift at RA.

 

Carlos and Pamela Sanchez posted on 2/7/20

Our deepest condolences to Pauline and all the family and friends. Darrin blessed our home with laughter and good food. He is sorely missed.

 

Joanne Palmer posted on 2/7/20

Mona was my cousin and even though we didn't get to spend a lot of time together the times that we did were special. One of my best childhood memories from under the age of 10 was when my amazing cousins Mona and Barb came to visit our family in Delaware. They were so kind and loving and took us 3 children out shopping for one special present each. Praying for the family as they say goodbye to their wonderful sister and mother and grandmother.

 

Ken and Harriet Sharping, posted on 2/6/20

Remember the good times, We will Miss you.

 

NATALIE A EDWARDS posted on 2/6/20

The Greatest DON I ever worked for. Thank you for all the Love you showed your staff. We Love you will never forget you!!

 

NATALIE A EDWARDS posted on 2/6/20

The Greatest DON U ever worked for. Thank you for all the Love you showed your staff. We Love you will never forget you!!

 

Cornell Wiley posted on 2/6/20

Thank You For your service Rest in Peace... Milwaukee lost A Priceless Public Servant

 

sandra christopher-beauchamp posted on 2/6/20

Rest in piece Sharon (Lil sister). I will miss our special times together. so very much.You will be FOREVER in my heart.See you over the rainbow bridge.Chris, Kenney & Gordie, you are in my prayers.

 

Doreen Drezdon posted on 2/6/20

RIP aunt Sharon. My thought and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Emily Bernice Arrowood Cole Wilke posted on 2/6/20

I remember spending a lot of time at Uncle Ted and Aunt Pearl's. I knew her by the name of Emmajean, she used to roll my hair up in rags to make banana curls. Just loved them. We always had fun with the cousins, Helen and her brothers, Ray,Ted, Harold and Cliff. She will be missed. '

 

June Miller posted on 2/6/20

Gordy, Sharon is one person I will never forget. I am sending my condolences and that hug I promised you., My prayers are with you and your family. God Bless.

 

 

Eric M Sisk Sr posted on 2/6/20

✊❤

 

Alice Villamar posted on 2/6/20

I am sorry for your family's loss . May God be with all of you ⚘

 

mike posted on 2/6/20

Darrin the first time i meet you I never laughed so much the world is a little less funnier without you.To the family you have my deepest condolences on your loss may god continue to look over you with his loving and guiding hands.rest easy brother.

 

Nancy Eisold posted on 2/6/20

So sorry to hear about your Dad, I have so many memories of training at the Milwaukee Dog Training Club with your parents and going to dog shows. I know he will be missed.

 

Sandra Washington-Lopez posted on 2/6/20

Our deepest condolences to the Family. She always had a beautiful smile and spirit and gave me encouraging words. The Lopez Family

 

Michael P Yackovich posted on 2/5/20

Rest In Peace Sharon, you were a great cousin and had a huge heart just like your mom, I’m really glad I got to visit you last summer too, good times, you will be missed by many.

 

 

Chris Garton posted on 2/5/20

RIP my sweet angel Mama. You will forever live in my heart & always on my mind. I will forever miss you until we are together again. I love you so much❣❣

 

 

Carole Bott posted on 2/5/20

We were so sorry to hear about your mom Sarah and Mary. She was a very special person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Doug and Carole Bott

 

Natalie and Steve Butz posted on 2/5/20

Bob, Sorry to hear of Elaine’s passing. It Triggered many fond memories of our chorus friendship and the good old days. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Our warmest condolences to you and your family,

 

 

Christina Fischer posted on 2/5/20

Oh, sweet Zen! You will be missed. Thank you for being such an amazing friend to our family. We love you, Jake!

 

Joy Parks posted on 2/5/20

Barb, please accept my deepest condolences! I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

 

 

Dr. Janie Hatton posted on 2/5/20

In our hearts forever.

 

Carol Corcoran posted on 2/5/20

I was a student and later a full employee with your Mom at St Joes. She always had so much patience with students. It was a comfort to see her beaming smile. I remember she always made May Day baskets for the staff on May 1st. Bless you all, and I pray the wonderful, fun memories are those that will remain with you.

 

Ann Stokman posted on 2/5/20

Sorry to hear of the loss

 

 

Stella Family posted on 2/5/20

We love you Grandma Janet and you will always be in our hearts!!! Love Always, Chad, Natalie, Michaela, Emily, Dominic, Madyson, & Violet

 

Fides posted on 2/4/20

I'm writing with a heavy heart because I have to write in the past tense. You were a wonderful, generous and loving woman. And I was blessed to have met you and became one of your many friends.. Over the years, I have witnessed your generosity to your family and friends. When I saw you last November, I promised to come and visit you (I was specific when winter is over) and you seemed happy about that and I'm sorry that it's not going to happen anymore.. I will surely miss you. I feel helpless for not being there for Jake. For now, all I can do is pray that YOU will soon be singing with the angels in heaven. I love you..

 

Jill Cherwenka Emmer posted on 2/4/20

I am so sorry for your loss. My heart hurts for you. She sounded amazing. Sending your family love and prayers. - Jill

 

Karen and Scott White posted on 2/4/20

You and your entire family have our condolences. May you and your family find comfort and peace during this time.

 

Kristina posted on 2/4/20

I am so sorry to learn about your Mama. Please know I’m praying for all of you that you find peace in this very sad time.

 

Robert Douglas posted on 2/4/20

Russ served on the Village of Chenequa Police Commission, Public Safety Committee and the Lake Country Fire Department Board. Russ's time and knowledge in the area of Public Safety was very helpful and much appreciated. I'm thankful for his friendship and partnership over many years. May you rest in peace my friend. Bob Douglas Retired- Police Chief/Village Administrator Village of Chenequa

 

 

Lori and Mark Kleszczynski posted on 2/4/20

Thinking of you all during this difficult time. May Mrs. Moker be at peace, in heaven with her husband and loved ones.

 

 

Jay Braun posted on 2/4/20

I remember meeting Mom Moker at Cocoa Beach making sure we were fed and had plenty to drink! Everyone was happy!! All the Mokers smiling! :)

 

Ronald Johnson Jr posted on 2/4/20

Darrin Jones family. May the good Lord bless and keep you in his good graces. I know it is difficult waters to navigate, but knowing that the journey for Darrin is over, and we have the memories to help us remember him. God’s blessings to all!

 

 

Pharoah Khalil Kinnebrew posted on 2/4/20

I miss you my brother and friend

 

Jen Clark posted on 2/4/20

Rest in peace Superman! You will be missed!

 

Snookie posted on 2/3/20

Beautiful Memories are silently kept! Aunt we loved you dearly & you're not forgotten! You are always in our hearts & in our prayers! Rest in peace! We love you..

 

Celia Edralin Asico posted on 2/3/20

Our heartfelf sympathy to our brother, Joaquin, and to the Lirazan extended families. Our beloved sister-in-law, Zen, now gone to heaven but will always be in our hearts and thoughts..

 

Janie Twinem posted on 2/3/20

Charlie, Jenny, Tommy, and extended family. Although my heart is broken , I know your mom is with your dad! #1, Uncle Chuck is saying "OH MY LINDA!" I hope you all eventually find strength and Peace. Your mom was a good Aunty, friend. I will remember her laughter, her smile. I love you all! RIP Aunty Linda. Until we meet again.

 

Bert and Angie Manalo posted on 2/3/20

The Lord has prepared for you a place in heaven....i am sure relatives, kins and friends who have gone earlier will visit you for seeing you over in your New home..Angie and I would visit you someday...we will keep you in our prayers as you will do also for us.

 

Anatalia Edralin Resulta posted on 2/3/20

I’m saddened by the loss of our dear sister in law Zen. May God envelop our brother in his loving arms in this difficult moments. May Zen Rest In Peace.

 

 

Jill Slowakiewicz posted on 2/3/20

Mona was such a kind soul. She made this world a better place while she was with us. Such a great support to her family. She will be missed.

 

 

Selina Ivy posted on 2/3/20

She is one of my favorite customers at Check Into Cash and we always have to get on hers out staying out of Poto. We love you and you will be missed.

 

Cathy Pawlak posted on 2/3/20

What a joy it was to work with you and to come to know you as a friend. Much peace to you and your family.

 

 

Joanna Peppers posted on 2/3/20

Rest in peace! You will be missed!

 

Gellegani Family ( Tami, Nathan & Nestor) posted on 2/3/20

Where lives pass, memories carry on forever. Please accept our warmest condolences, we are deeply sorry for your loss.

 

Cecilia and Odie Asistin posted on 2/3/20

Let memories of the times you shared give you comfort for her life was colorful and happy because of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult times.

 

Noli and Mila Mangabat posted on 2/3/20

We join you uncle Jeck in grief and pray the Lord's mercy raise her to the pearly gates.

 

 

Hazel posted on 2/3/20

Our heart are saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you..

 

Mike Nannenhorn posted on 2/2/20

My deepest condolences to the Witt Family. I have some of the best memories of the times I have spent with the whole family over many, many years. I was always treated as if I where a family member and we always had the best times when I would visit. Russ was the best, I will miss him.

 

debbie tatum posted on 2/2/20

having our breakfast sandwiches at early morning hours, and also having coffee and long conversations. love you wally

 

Lauren Carew posted on 2/2/20

Andrea you were truly my best friend. Your contagious laugh is something I will hold on to. You touched so many lives at MKE1 and work will never be the same without you. I love you and miss you so much. You’re forever my hockey buddy. Forever my best friend. I love you with all my heart.

 

Douglas Steven Luna posted on 2/2/20

Since I cannot be in Milwaukee I'm posting this here... What can a son say about his mother? She was all the things a son could hope for... kind, passionate, loving, caring, nurturing, crafty, thrifty, curious, benevolent, etc... However she was also stern, sassy, a wee bit crazy and definitely in charge. I remember her as a woman who cast a very large shadow, who attracted those in need of TLC and or offered someone a place to rest their weary/downtrodden soul. It amazed me that my mother always seemed to Hold Court (like a Queen) and many people found themself waiting for their turn to have her ear; she always gave her all!! She could quickly become the Mama Bear... no one EVER underestimated her willingness to sacrifice herself for her cubs and home; she was great yet not perfect. Healthwise, my mother had a life filled with constant aches and pains, for the better part of her life she endured; she was impressively resilient! I and many others learned a lot from her... throughout my lifetime others I knew said, "My mother was by far way cooler than theirs." However others also translated that into, "She let us youngsters get away with too much BS!" Maybe so but I turned out just fine!! Until I leave this world myself, I will think about my mother often yet I choose to allow her memory to bring about only smiles. I will most definitely miss her from time to time and here and there. If I'm sad at all it will be because my mother was my confidant and friend and she will not be here to share the rest of my journey. Bye Mother... I will miss you!

 

Greg & Ruth Dunlop posted on 2/1/20

We'll remember Irene in our prayers. Please accept our condolences.

 

Sonya Pearson Francis posted on 2/1/20

May peace and comfort be with the family during this time. My sincere condolences to you.

 

Frank & Rosie Baldwin posted on 2/1/20

We are very sorry for your loss, my the Lord give you comfort

 

Sharon Hennessee posted on 2/1/20

Dearest family, who of us will have touched as many lives as Bud? He was "one of a kind" and will always have a place in my heart. I didn't have a Grandpa in my life but I had one with Bud and Millard. They watched over me and always made me laugh with their stories or antics. Until we meet again, Thank you for being in my life, I love you, Bud.

 

 

Donald Viar posted on 2/1/20

I love you a bushel and a peck, a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck...you will always be in my heart grandma. I love you so much.

 

Margaret kuchenreuther posted on 1/31/20

We both went to Waukesha South together. You were always sweet and a true friend. Condolences to your family for for the lost of such a special person. May your time in Heaven be wonderful, until you and your family are all reunited once again.

 

 

Michelle Lovette posted on 1/31/20

Love and prayers for the family. Rest in Heaven Aunt Margie. You’ll always be in my heart. I love you ♡

 

Monica Tilk Fedel posted on 1/31/20

Our condolences for the loss of your mom. That generation is sadly disappearing but thank God they were in our lifes as long as they were. I'm guessing the last time I saw Gary was when he caught the garter at my wedding over 40 yrs ago. The nice thing about Messmer classmates, they are always thought of fondly . best wishes to the Heun family from Monica and Tony Fedel

 

Thomas Reitter posted on 1/31/20

Debbie and Jeff - So many great memories between our families with so many outings, family gatherings, vacations, Masonic events, and celebrations. I can imagine a heckuva party happening in their little corner of heaven. Life marches on...

 

 

Deb Huttenburg posted on 1/31/20

Thinking of my dear cousins, their families and my Uncle Dave at this sad time. Sending prayers!

 

Veola Jackson posted on 1/31/20

My beautiful cousin Jo, I love and miss you very much. Rest in Peace.

 

Myra A Crowell posted on 1/31/20

Mr. Mayhorn, also known as "Father Mayhorn", was the epitome of a Godly man. I called him Father Mayhorn and he called me Daughter #2 because of our relationship as Father and Daughter. He meant what he said and he truly said what he meant. He was the best example of what a real man should be. I will cherish the great memories about fishing - (I don't put worms on hooks), all the advice he provided and most of all the love he gave to me and my family. We love you Father Mayhorn. Rest well, Thank you for your service in the military and get all your rewards in heaven you so, deserve.

 

Frank Linsmeier posted on 1/31/20

My deepest condolences to Steve, Michele and children. Russ and Noreen were dearest friends to myself and Mary and Carmela over many years. Russ and I were in the ANG together 1954-80 both ending as Brig Gen.. He was a gifted leader & a true patriot. His highest honors were the Legion of Merit medal and becoming a Wi ANG Hall of Fame member. ------ Fly high my friend. You will be greatly missed.

 

Jessea Zechman posted on 1/31/20

You will forever be missed. You touched many lives on DA5 and at Amazon over the years, including mine. I'll never forget you. Rest in paradise, my friend.

 

Stephanie McCord posted on 1/31/20

Andrea your a beautiful soul and will be truly missed but never forgotten. Fly high. RIP my friend.

 

Dorothy posted on 1/31/20

What can I say Stanza! Your sense of humor and outspokenness is unmatched. Thank you for the laughs! Luv the Dyson's

 

Bridget Mehringer posted on 1/31/20

I had the pleasure of meeting Kay in the early 80s through Doug. She and I would spend hours into the wee morning talking about everything under the sun (also the moon) She has the gift of gab! Another trait of hers was her green thumb. I recall her purple violet plants. I could never keep one alive and she had beautiful plants in her windows on 25th St. Kay had the sweetest, kindest spirit. She also was a straight shooter. I can recall one time where my great Aunt was visiting from out of town for my grandmothers funeral. We took a bus over to Kay's house and she was so kind to take the time to meet her. This is the kind of woman Kay was. She would greet a stranger and make them feel welcome in her home. Her children all have a piece of her heart, strength and spirit. She was a great mother not only to her own biological children but as I recall to her children's friends and the neighborhood children. To have met and known Kay was to have met love. RIP Kay Luna! You have earned your wings! Fly high! ♥️

 

Bonnie Burant Massey posted on 1/31/20

I was friends with Doug and Karen in High School so I came around the house a lot. And still friends with Doug. Kay always treated me like one of her own. I was on the pom pom squad and had practices at Mitchell Park during the Summer. I rode my bike past the Luna home on my way home. Offen Kay was outside tending/watering her flowers/garden. I would stop to say hello and always got a drink of water from her garden hose LOL. Most of the time it was lemonade she offered. She was very good with macrame, it was popular in the 80's. I showed her a beautiful macrame necklace with beads I saw in a fashion magazine and asked her if she thought we could make one. She said, yes. She was that kind of person creative, friendly and kind to others. We made this beautiful beaded choker necklace that had beads flowing down my shoulder. It was better than the one in the magazine. My friends loved it. What I loved was the time I spent with Ms Luna (Kay) talking. She could hold a great conversation with young people, may be because she had a house full of teenage kids and their friends were always coming and going. I also learned how to make a great tortilla/taco too! I will remember her as I saw her smiling. God bless the family. Bonnie

 

 

Kerry Fuller posted on 1/30/20

I'm lighting this candle in memory of Grandma and Grandpa. They are now back together again after 42yrs. I have lots of memories but the one that stands out the most is when Grandma was babysitting us one time my brothers Joe and John decided to play around in my doll cradle while I was in the bathroom mind you, they broke the head of it and she spanked me with the broken piece instead of them. I always reminded her of that and we'd laugh and I would tell her that I would bring the that broke piece to her funeral and if I felt a slap to my head it would be her getting me back for telling that story. And my best memory of my Grandpa is getting a ice cream cone from Frosty's and sitting in the glider out front and him letting me water the grass on a summer night or him making popcorn and putting it in a orange dish bowl or being on his shoulders up north and letting me eat strawberries from Russell's. I will see them both some day . Love you always and forever Kerry Ann your 1st Granddaughter.❤

 

Bill and JoAnn Casbon, Boone Grove, Indiana posted on 1/30/20

Bill and I will miss your trips to Indiana with Sheila to fish at Rippe's pond, good eats, and great stories. We hope the fishing in Heaven is the best.

 

 

Kenya posted on 1/30/20

Mr. Mayhorn, thank you for the laughs over the years! You will be missed. The girl with a lot of kids :)

 

Kelly Pfeiffer posted on 1/30/20

I'm sure my mom is up there laughing with you. Prayers to Ann, Mike, Jim and your families. She will be missed.

 

Gene Haas posted on 1/30/20

Tom Major was not only a good golfer but he was a true supporter of the game of golf and all those involved with it. He was a treasure to all who knew him, and will be missed....but, long remembered by all who knew him.

 

Bob Jacoby posted on 1/30/20

May she Rest In Peace

 

Jeni Nixon posted on 1/30/20

Prayers for the family. Love you all and sorry we couldn't make it.

 

Leslie Gilbert posted on 1/30/20

Dearest Steve, We grew up together and Mom, Dad and Lisa were closer to me than my own family. Your Dad was so good to you, me and to everyone around him. I send you love and sorrow for the passing of your Dad.

 

 

Leslie Gibbs posted on 1/30/20

Sending condolences to the entire family during this time of bereavement.

 

 

Caitlin Pecina posted on 1/30/20

May your beautiful soul rest well! You will truly be missed Andrea!!

 

 

Caitlin Pecina posted on 1/30/20

May your soul rest well! You will truly be missed Andrea!!

 

 

Ann Stokman posted on 1/30/20

Sorry to hear of the loss.

 

 

Maggie Brown posted on 1/30/20

I’m heartbroken over this loss. Amazon will never be the same again.

 

 

Deborah Bidwell posted on 1/30/20

You will be missed, you were a great friend to many not just those on your team but throughout our building. Once a Vader always a Vader.

 

Terri Ocampo posted on 1/30/20

Words cannot express how sad it is that you were taken at such a young age. The beautiful needlework you did will always remind me of what a talented and caring young lady you were. Rest in Heaven Annie, love you.

 

 

Lisa Cabrera posted on 1/30/20

I miss the chats that we used to have on break at mke1 you were always so kind-hearted. ❤❣

 

[email protected] posted on 1/29/20

As a young boy growing up...You were the first family man that truly inspired me. I WISH ALL YOUNG MEN could HAVE AN UNCLE DICKY. I love you....Squeaky

 

 

Hannah Geckle posted on 1/29/20

I will miss you so much, I've been reading your texts and looking at your pics, I just cant believe you're gone. You are so loved, and I'm sorry this happened.

 

 

Jillian posted on 1/29/20

GONE but NEVER FORGOTTEN, FOREVER to be MISSED, RIParadise

 

 

Laura posted on 1/29/20

Forever lit in your memory

 

 

Tami Pochel posted on 1/29/20

I will miss your heart and your smile so much!

 

Tim Brass posted on 1/29/20

What a Great Guy. Thank You Tony for your Service! He also did a Great job with his 3 boys!

 

 

Joan Schonert posted on 1/29/20

I can't handle pallet land without you there...I know I'm going to keep looking for you at your station. I loved your attitude...I loved your putting your head on my shoulder. I love you and everything about you. FLY HIGH OUR NEW ANGEL...R.I.P. WE LOVE AND MISS YOU!!!!

 

Bob and Lois Moore, and Elaine Krzeminski posted on 1/29/20

We first met Bud when we set up Elaine K. in McKinley Place Assisted Living in Cedarburg, WI in 2017. His room was across the hallway from hers. He was very helpful in making her (and us) feel comfortable. We saw him nearly every time we visited over the last two and half years. He was a regular at the bingo sessions, and we got a charge out of his "feedback" at those games. On our visits, he often called us over to his table at dinner time to discuss all manner of things. It was always great to see him. He was especially proud of his military service. Bud and his age group were rightly called the Greatest Generation. McKinley Place will not be the same without him. We will miss him so much, and our prayers will be with him and his family

 

 

Katie Stamoularas posted on 1/29/20

I'm so sorry for your unexpected loss.

 

Jeff Harris posted on 1/29/20

Uncle Richard was an amazing Man!! Funny, intelligent, articulate and a total family man. I spent many days in his presence laughing and just taking in some really powerful lessons in my life. Going fishing was a perfect exercise on being on time and helping to clean up when we got home from our fishing trips. I hope to impact lives the same way he impacted me. Love Always, Jeff & Dee Harris

 

Patrick Kallas posted on 1/29/20

I sincerely regret not being able to attend the memorial service. Guy was always an SBE mentor to me. I joined as a young man when not many other young men were active. Guy made me feel welcome and wanted. I always looked forward to seeing and chatting with him at the meetings. I missed not seeing him in the last years when we both stopped attending the meetings regularly. Godspeed, Guy.

 

Joan Fitzgibbon posted on 1/29/20

Uncle Bud was a huge part of my life growing up in Iron Mountain. He and Dad were life long friends/cousins. Bud and Sweet June would come up to IM for visits and it was always a blast. He was the sweetest, funniest guy. There was a special place in his heart for me and my twin, Jean. While doing the polka with Uncle Bud at my wedding reception, I broke my sandal. He quickly found a stapler to fix it so we could keep dancing. We’ve kept in touch throughout the years. He called and checked on Dad every few months. Dad passed on October 20th. So I envision them cracking jokes and making each other laugh in heaven.

 

Joan Mentz posted on 1/28/20

Guy has always been dear to me and a great friend to my late husband. I will miss his monthly UPDATES. Rest In Peace dear friend.

 

Debra Pesik Bultman posted on 1/28/20

So sorry for your loss Jim and Debbie, our deepest sympathy!

 

 

Jim and Michelle Bittick posted on 1/28/20

What an amazing tribute to Bud! We were fortunate to visit with him on many visits to Princeton, WI through our friends, John and Katie Gende. Bud was quite a character who we enjoyed great conversation with and thought the world of. Our hearts go out to Bud's family and his many friends, new and old. We were fortunate to have our journeys cross. We're sure he is starting a great party in Heaven! Rest in Peace, Sir.

 

Kris Walker posted on 1/28/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Wilcox family. I can’t even begin to tell you all the fun, special times we all had together! The stories from Bud, Millard and all the boys at the VFW were...priceless! They taught my kids more than any text book could. Bud was another grandpa to all of my children, and loved to give each quarters whenever he saw them. He will be missed, but I can just imagine the party heaven is having! Thinking of you all with much love!

 

Dennis Filkins posted on 1/28/20

So sad to hear about the passing of a true friend. He was my neighbor for twelve years. I made soup for Bud and he was always checking on Punky Frost to make sure she was okay. Sy Frost a WWII vet passed and Bud stepped up like he always did. I called him the week before he passed to send some news about his buddy Shag and got no answer. I should have guessed something was wrong, but with Bud I thought he would last forever. Sandy and I will miss him and he will be in my prayers to the end of my days. He was special.

 

Donna Sessler posted on 1/28/20

My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Scott & Vicki Wichlacz posted on 1/28/20

To the Family of Bud - Our names are Scott and Vicki Wichlacz. We were fortunate to be Guardians for Bud and his friend, Ed Collins, on the Old Glory Honor Flight, to Washington DC, a few years ago. This was definitely a life changing event for us. My husband and I have traveled to many places around the world. Often times, people ask us what our favorite or best trip was. I tell them, “Believe it or not, it was taking two WWII vets to Washington DC”. I didn’t know that I could fall in love with an older man until I met Bud. He had so much energy and enthusiasm for a guy of his age. We laughed so much and we had the greatest time. He had little patience and always wanted to see and do more, which fit my personality as well. I told Bud not to worry, as my husband and I are “see and do” people and he would definitely get to see everything. At the time of our trip, Bud was still capable of walking, but we put him in a wheelchair so he wouldn’t get tired and as promised he saw everything! He was like taking a puppy to the park. It didn’t matter if you were young or old, Bud wanted to talk with you. The local news channel even interviewed him upon our return to the Appleton airport. Over the years I kept in contact with Bud. Several times Bud would leave messages on my answering machine when I was at work. I saved those messages and would replay them when I was having a stressful day, because they always made me smile when I heard his little laugh. Bud lead a full life! After all, how many guys escaped death as many times as Bud did? He truly loved his family and everyone around him. He once told me that he missed his wonderful wife so much that he would have conversations with her and his doctor told him that was okay. I would refer to Bud as, “My Favorite Veteran”. In closing, I would like to say, “My favorite Veteran, I will miss you and NEVER forget YOU!!!” Thank You.

 

Dan Kopshinsky posted on 1/28/20

I only had one opportunity to meet and talk with Bud when I visited him a few years ago with Joe Pieper. In that short visit I sensed the true free spirit and quality person Bud was. He shared stories from his past from the war and those stories have remained with me since that time. I have always been attracted by unique individuals and I could sense Bud was of that makeup, great sense of humor and the like. May you Rest In Peace Bud and thank you for the service to our Country!

 

Althea Price posted on 1/28/20

Wilcox Family-We are sorry for your loss. I’m certain he will be missed as he had the ability to brighten up any party & make us laugh. Our condolences. Perry & Althea Price

 

Andy Martorano posted on 1/28/20

Rest In Peace Bud and thank you for your service

 

JUNE CONNOR posted on 1/28/20

So Sorry to here this...I thought about him the other day and he made me smile. He was a True Friend to Dad and Mom and I loved him for it. Now they can all play cards in heaven together.

 

Kim Hofstetter posted on 1/28/20

So very sorry Steve and Michelle and Family for your loss. Our hearts go out to you at this difficult time. Russ was a very special man and will be dearly missed.

 

Jessica Mlodzik posted on 1/28/20

My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time. Bud was my neighbor for 7 years in Princeton. He was a wonderful man. My 2 girls loved him. He would always ask me how they were when I would see him out and about in the community. He has been missed since his move and will be remembered fondly by many in this little town. I'm glad I got to know him.

 

BOB DUTHIE (POLICE CHAPLAIN). posted on 1/27/20

A prayer offering for Jackie: Dearest Lord Jesus, please welcome into your eternal kingdom my departed friend and classmate, Jackie. Remember her for her many acts of kindness and humanity. Bless her and reward her sweet Jesus for her love of you and her fellow man, in your holy name Lord Jesus, amen! A lovely and wonderful person, she was my classmate at MPD Police Academy March of 1980. Jackie sat right behind me, I think of her often. RIP Friend.

 

Lara Hanson posted on 1/27/20

Mark has been one of my favorite people to work with. He made the difficult legal work not so challenging and I always enjoyed the opportunity to work with him. Years later when we weren’t working together anymore, we would still say hi when I would find him on a walking break. It was always so nice to see him. My condolences to the Haberberger Family and I’m sorry I didn’t know in time to pay my respects to your family at the visitation.

 

Lara Hanson posted on 1/27/20

Mark has been one of my favorite people to work with. He made the difficult legal work not so challenging and I always enjoyed the opportunity to work with him. Years later when we weren’t working together anymore, we would still say hi when I would find him on a walking break. It was always so nice to see him and I’m sorry I didn’t know in time to pay my respects to your family at the visitation.

 

 

Tairei R Wegener posted on 1/27/20

One of the kindest men I've ever known. You will be dearly missed.Heaven has another Angel.

 

Mark Norville posted on 1/27/20

God bless your family during this difficult time. Bud was a great man and will be missed.

 

Mark Norville posted on 1/27/20

God bless bless you and your family during this difficult time. Bud was a great man and will be missed.

 

Neal Vickers posted on 1/27/20

Our most sincere condolences to Debbie, Paul, and the family. You are in our prayers.

 

[email protected] posted on 1/27/20

Words are not enough to express my feelings at hearing of the sudden death of Mary. She was a good friend, one who cared deeply about me and about others. Mary was a woman who believed in justice and fairness and went the extra mile in working to see that the reign of God was established on earth. I believe that Mary is enjoying the fullness of the peace and justice she believed in with God. Mary, you will always be in our hearts as we wait for God to fill the vacuum your exit has created.

 

Sandy (Frey) Neuman posted on 1/27/20

So sorry for the loss of your brother Glenn. I have good memories of him back in high school years. Prayers for the family at this difficult time.

 

 

Sheana spellman travis posted on 1/26/20

My condolences to the family.

 

Jerry Rau posted on 1/26/20

JB, thank you for your friendship during my short time living in Milwaukee. You helped me in a very tough time by just being you and inviting me to your table and conversations. Way too soon, my friend. I send my thoughts and prayers to your family and friends.

 

Virginia Frontiero McKinnnon posted on 1/25/20

Gagliano twins Santo and Anthony were born the day after me. We lived next door on Gould Court in Gloucester, growing up together and exchanging Birthday gifts until Santo left for Milwaukee. We all missed him. Rest in peace dear friend.

 

Paul Barnes posted on 1/25/20

Tom was a true blessing to me, as I spent 10 years working for him and John Accola at Storms Golf. I am glad that whenever he needed something like a caddy, installing the grass for his yard, or digging out bushes for his good friend Randy Warobick, he chose me. He trusted me with pieces of his life that greatly added to who I am today. Thank you Tom for sharing your life, family, and Sluggo’s pizza. I’ll see you in heaven my friend. Paul

 

Matt Buchert posted on 1/25/20

I worked with Carl at the bank. He was truly a good person all around. He helped you with anything he could and his unique wit would provide a laugh to brighten your day. I'm glad I got know him. My deepest condolences and prayers to the family of Carl.

 

Christopher Goldsberry posted on 1/25/20

I first met Jonathan a decade ago when I began my career at Metavante. He was the first example of a great leader I’d ever seen and it was his leadership that inspired me to the leader I am today but more than that he was my friend as we often connected about computers and technology. I miss him dearly, such a kind loveable man I’m so grateful to ha e known. I know one day we’ll see each other again RIH my friend and I’ll see you later. To the family, I pray everyday that God renews your strength as you go they this difficult time.

 

 

Renee Olson. posted on 1/25/20

Rest In Paradise Ms Janet.

 

Myk (Mary Ellen) Behrens-McArdle posted on 1/25/20

Janet was the big sister I never had, even though I adore my 5 brothers. Janet lived & went to UW-LaCrossse for 1 1/2 years. I was a teenager then. When she saw I hadn’t shaved my legs or armpits yet, she scolded my mom and then insisted that I needed to color my hair red. I adored her then and still do today & forever!!!

 

Joy Weishan posted on 1/25/20

Carl was a one of a kind, supportive, caring, and wonderful friend. I first met Carl working at Briggs and Stratton and then was so lucky to be able to work with him again for 7 years at the bank. He always went out of his way to help others. Putting his own needs last. I was lucky to be able to have him as a friend to call outside of work. He always made me laugh with his goofy acronyms and quick wit comments. He melted stress away at work even though he stayed late and had a ton of deadlines while taking on others issues. What a guy. He will be missed. The good pass away young. He was beyond a good soul.

 

Marianne kiepert posted on 1/25/20

Kelly, I am so sorry for loss.

 

Patty Smart posted on 1/25/20

Chris, Steve, I'm so saddened by this news. My heart aches for your loss.

 

Karen Santilli posted on 1/25/20

Carl was always a kind spirit, very dedicated, and always nice to talk to. I really appreciated my time working with him at U.S. Bank. Carl’s warm spirit will be missed.

 

ROLnd b. derosier posted on 1/25/20

CONDOLENCES TO THEFAMILY OF BOB. HE WAS A GREAT GUY TO KNOW AND WORK WITH AT GE. MANY FOND MEMORIES OF USHERING AT HOLY APOSTLES. ALSO THE CAR POOLING EXPERIENCES. BLESSINGS TO THE FAMILY. I WILL SEE YOU BOB NOT TOO FAR OFF AND ALL OF OUR GREAT FRIENDS WE KNOW.

 

 

Ann Stokman posted on 1/25/20

Sorry to hear of the loss.

 

Theodore De Cleene posted on 1/25/20

Sorry for your loss I was planning on going to the funeral but because of the weather I will not be making the trip down sending hugs to all of her family that Gods love is with you and he eases your pain in this time of sorrow

 

Judy Goll posted on 1/24/20

To Bob, Heather, Heidi and family, I came across this notice while searching for something else and deeply saddened and shocked to hear of your loss. I know only too well the heartache you must be feeling yet immediately came to mind so many fun memories of when we lived across the street from each other in West Allis. I will always remember her kindness and sparkly personality, gifts to treasure forever. The world was a better place because of her, may she rest in peace. God be with all in your family!

 

Beth Sullivan posted on 1/24/20

Oh how I wish I could be there for this memorial. Jason was such an awesome person and an awesome friend. He helped me learn how to be better at being me in the relatively short time I knew him. We have lost touch over the years but he’ll always be someone who was important to me. So grateful to Kelly and all of his family who loved him deeply and gave him such an amazing life. This loss is felt deeply by all who knew him.

 

Edris Rhoden from the Rhoden family posted on 1/24/20

Sorry for your loss. May the Lord strenghthen you in this time of mourning..

 

Michelle M Mallonen posted on 1/24/20

As a key member of the VISTA family, Mr Szyba always had a smile, a warm hug, and even a joke (sometimes a "Dad joke" but a joke nonetheless). His compassion for others, belief in his faith and love of his family was always at the forefront. He was a model and mentor to many on the wonderfulness of humantiy. He will be celebrated and missed!

 

Mike & Mary Bertzyk posted on 1/24/20

Bob Szyba. Friend and Neighbor. Always a Smile and a Witty Retort. Will Miss Usher Bob at HA. We're sure that Wry Wit Will Follow You Through the Gates of Heaven.

 

Bonnie posted on 1/24/20

My deepest sympathies to Jonathan’s family. May loving memories of Jonathan bring all of you comfort, peace, and strength in the difficult days ahead. I am so honored to work with just a fine, kindness guy through his years with us at FIS. Jonathan you will be missed. You were truly a great guy to work with. You were very informational and patient with me. RIP my friend. I will miss you deeply.

 

Tracey Zettel posted on 1/24/20

My sweet angel, taken too soon! You will be so dearly missed but never forgotten , we had so many great adventures together, till we meet again! ❤️❤️❤️

 

"The Golden Girls" Mary, Doris,Alice posted on 1/24/20

We pray for the family of our dearly loved friend Blanche. We too will miss our friend having celebrated birthdays, sunny summer days, times in each others homes for the past 29 years. It has been hard to have to say goodbye, There have been many tears shed but we know she is with Jesus, where her husband Floyd, daughter Linda, and a host of friends were there to embrace her coming. Please accept our heartfelt condolences and be assured you are remembered in our prayers.

 

Wade posted on 1/24/20

Natalie! I am so sad to hear this news. My thoughts are and will be with yoy

 

 

Jancita Mcgee posted on 1/24/20

Mr kurtz we will truly miss you rest in heaven

 

JoAnne and Wayne Schelwat posted on 1/23/20

June, My dear friend and partner in so many glorious adventures within the Milwaukee Public Museum and way before then...my Santa Lucia, my guide through the European Village spewing out customs and traditions especially at Christmas time. The Village did not sparkle it was you! Remember that upside down tree that hung proudly in center courtyard? Oh so much to full our hearts with memories that will enable you (and all of us) to get through grief and low times. You were the best docent that the MPM ever had-ever will. Change doesn’t always bring enhancements does it? Ken kept the home fires lit and shared in the comings and goings of your two busy fulfilled lives. He loved watching all those varied holiday decorations going up then down. Your home was a shrine to every holiday - so NEAT! I am going to miss his military service on Sat the 25th but you know I am with you 100%. Glad Mark, Mary and Elizabeth are by you side along with so many great, devoted friends and family. I can’t wait to give you a big hug and share the pictures of his miraculous life come the end of February. I am praying that you grieve hard for a short while then start to relax and rebuild your strength. After all, Mileagers is waiting...and new tours to plan and conduct. My blessings and love dear friend.

 

Ron and Colleen Watkins posted on 1/23/20

Will be praying for all of you children in the loss of a loving, kind, mother, who was so very special and loved by our family.

 

LeAnne Pomeroy posted on 1/23/20

So sorry for your loss. I will make a donation in his memory.

 

Judi Selle posted on 1/23/20

I too knew Tom from high school days and always admired him, his intelligence and quiet charm.

 

Richard and Barbara Sinjakovic posted on 1/23/20

Our entire family offers condolences and prayers to Jonathan’s family. We were blessed to know and love Jonathan for almost 30 years as one of our son Kevin’s best friends. He was one of the kindest and nicest people we knew. Our hearts are broken over his loss and we will never forget him.

 

Joyce Olson posted on 1/23/20

I've know Tom since high school, and over the years, have kept in touch through his best freinds. His intelligence and wry sense of humor kept his friends entranced. Such a shock that he is gone too soon. He will be missed by many.

 

Shawn Kelley posted on 1/23/20

I've known Tom for many years, both when he was with the TOSA Fire Department and the golf outings they ran and from the Storms and Moorland Golf Center. He always greeted me with a smile and a handshake. And even though he gave me guff cause I was a left hander, He did it in a fun way and made me laugh. He will be missed for sure.

 

 

Cathy Cerqua posted on 1/23/20

My deepest sympathies to Jonathan’s family. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers during this very sad time. May loving memories of Jonathan bring all of you comfort, peace and strength in the difficult days ahead. I am honored and blessed to have known Jonathan and will miss his smile, kindness and gentle ways.

 

 

Chandra Crawford posted on 1/23/20

My condolences to the family, Jonathan will be missed, he was truly a great guy to work with, very informational and patient with people. RIHeaven my friend. I love you and will miss you deeply.

 

Sandra johnson posted on 1/23/20

Gone but not forgotten, you shall be surely mis, rest in peace, aunt

 

Melina Sebastian posted on 1/23/20

My condolences to everyone in the family.

 

Geri Grad posted on 1/23/20

A lovely lady joined the choir of angels..

 

Rita, Jeff, Devin & Tyler McMurray posted on 1/22/20

Dear Kathleen (& family) - we are truly sorry for your loss. Carl was a wonderful person with a quick wit and we have been truly blessed to have had him in our lives. He was one of our closest and special friends, along with you by his side. Remembering Sitzmark events with me in charge of Newsletter when he was President, marriage the same year with our many friends, seasonal get togethers and countless other fun outings. Keeping you in our thoughts at this time as he will always hold a special place in our hearts. Love from the McMurray family

 

Duwayne Johnson posted on 1/22/20

My Deepest Condolences To The West And McLandu Families. Mrs. McLandu Was One Of My Teachers From Garfield Elementary School. My Thoughts And Prayers Are With All Of You.

 

Lawrence(Larry) Merrill posted on 1/22/20

Please Accept our deepest sympathies. So sorry we won't be able to make it down there.

 

Greg Moline posted on 1/22/20

Heard the sad news this morning from another friend who spent 6 years in the same class with Tom and me at 81st Street school. We only lived about six blocks from each other and we often played competitive sports and games together. Tom was an excellent athlete. We remained friends at Milwaukee Lutheran High School, and continued to see each other, usually at a golf course, over the years. I’ll always have special memories of Tom.

 

Lois McKeag posted on 1/22/20

Kathleen, I am sorry to hear about Carl. Carl and I worked together at US Bank. He was a good person, always ready to help his teammates and our US Bank counterparts. I pray that the memories you and Carl have created together are a source of comfort to you during this most difficult time.

 

Bob Baugniet posted on 1/22/20

I'm so sorry to hear about Carl. I enjoyed working with him and the conversations that we had. I will be praying for the family.

 

Ron and Colleen Watkins posted on 1/22/20

See you in Heaven, you good and faithful servant. We have the most wonderful memories of your mother. She was truly a great, gracious friend, and so loving to Ron and I and our family. We loved her so much and had so many loving memories and they will remain forever. She will be missed so much, even though we have been gone from Milw. for 30 years, we corresponded and remained wonderful friends through these years. Our condolences to all of you children. Love you all.

 

kevin mccabe posted on 1/22/20

Such sad news. Carl was a great guy and will be greatly missed!

 

Richard Gareis posted on 1/22/20

Kathleen, so sorry to hear about the loss of your husband, Carl. My sympathy to you and the rest of your family.

 

Alyssa Niemi posted on 1/22/20

I'm gonna miss you so much Deej. I'll never forget our late night talks, outside bonfire antics, our up-north memories, and just all the times you could make me laugh the hardest I ever have. Life is never going to be the same. It doesn't feel real that I don't have you right next door anymore..but I know now that you're going to be with me wherever I go. Thank you for being the absolute best uncle to me, Abby, and Tyler. We love you and we're gonna miss you.

 

Marge Goggins Filo posted on 1/22/20

My heartfelt condolences to my dear friend Roseann’s family and loved ones. Roseann is a very special friend of mine. Thank You Roseann for the memories ❤️. ❤️❤️❤️

 

ANNE MARIE CHAVEZ posted on 1/22/20

Kathleen, I worked with Carl at US Bank in 2018. I was in Denver and we formed an online work friendship. He helped me a lot learning my new job.

 

Mark Miszewski posted on 1/22/20

My condolences to the DeCleene family. I didn't have a lot of interaction with Rose growing up, but I know she was deeply loved by my Uncle Tom and cousins Scott and Jim and will be missed. Peace be with all of you.

 

Nancy just one of the many people from Dale's U-Haul family. posted on 1/22/20

I am so sorry for your family's loss.Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

JoAnn (Roemer) Kolb posted on 1/22/20

My deepest sympathy and condolences to the DeCleene family on the loss of your mother and Grandmother. My memories go way back to when my parents, John and Jeanette Roemer were friends and active members of St. Albert’s Parish with your parents. She has lived a very long life and I am sure you will miss her. Special thoughts and hugs for Tom, Tonya, Scott, Jackie, Matthew, Nathan and Jim. Love, JoAnn (Aunt JoAnn)

 

Michael J Truss posted on 1/22/20

Mary and Mike now live in TN, we are with you in spirit and love. We hold you John, and your loving son Chris and family in our thoughts and prayers. Your wife was so lovely, so glad I was able to meet her at CJ's wedding. (Mary is writing this) All of our love goes out to you on Barb's passing, we wish we could be there in person to console you.

 

 

Kaylee Campbell posted on 1/22/20

Growing up with you over summers in Pickerel are some of the fondest memories I have of my childhood. You taught me how to play kick-the-can, where and how to catch the best frogs, and how to set up the most impressive campfires. I never have and never will start a campfire without thinking of you DJ. Sending love to your whole family. Love and miss you, see you on the other side, cuz.

 

Mike Brown posted on 1/22/20

Jason and I shared a mutual appreciation of great beer. Jason was the King when reviewing and posting his impressions of thousands of beers. We traveled to beer celebrations at 3Floyds, the Great Taste, West Lakeview Tastings and more. He was always open to sharing his knowledge. I owe much of what became a passion regarding European Beers from Jason in 2005. I will be forever grateful to have met and enjoy more than a few good memories with him. Very sad to Have him leave so early. My sincere condolences.

 

Stacey Vargas posted on 1/22/20

Although I never met you I feel like I have. My daughter Deziree’ has told me so many wonderful qualities about you and what a big heart you had and how you were one of a kind. Thank you for the delicious cookies you made for me and the kids. We find comfort in knowing your sleeping with Angels and Jesus our Lord. May your family find comfort in all your wonderful memories and that you all will meet again someday. Deepest Sympathy

 

Wendy Mader posted on 1/22/20

So sorry for your loss. Just heard about it from a former coworker. I worked with Jeanne at Highlands Elementary for a number of years. She brought joy to the children through her talents and fun-loving way! She was a lovely lady and will be greatly missed

 

Alice (DeCleene) Janquart posted on 1/22/20

I am so sorry to hear 0f your mom's passing. I have so many memories of her and your whole family, the times your family spent the weekend, and Sunday visits during the seminary years.Sending hugs and prayers and love.

 

Bill Neureuther posted on 1/22/20

I worked with Carl at Briggs & Stratton when I first started there in 1984. Carl, Chris and I formed what was called the Internal Audit area, which included AV, audit and tours. Carl took me under his wing and showed me around. He was a great person to work with and a good teammate.

 

Susan Hill posted on 1/22/20

My prayers are with you family. My heart breaks for you Chris and all of the family. What a tragic loss, I am so sorry. I hope your memories and love shared comfort you during such this time of grief.

 

Joann Koenecke posted on 1/21/20

I’m really sorry Chrissy!

 

Veronica Davis posted on 1/21/20

So sorry for your loss. My prayers to your family. Love, Veronica

 

Anthony Wagner posted on 1/21/20

I remember Working together at with David at Mitchell Manor. Work was not fun without him.

 

Jeff crossman posted on 1/21/20

My good friend You will be dearly missed buddy I’m so sad right now we had good times and I will never forget you. I wish I could just tell you how much this hurts me right now. Rest In Peace

 

 

Matthew posted on 1/21/20

I love you so much cousin.

 

Mary Ellen Krygier posted on 1/21/20

David was a wonderful young man. He was so kind hearted, loving and funny. He was always kind and respectful to me and called me his second mom. He will be extremely missed . Heaven gained an awesome angel. May you find peace in all the wonderful memories of David.

 

Hema Narayanan posted on 1/21/20

No words can fulfill the loss of your heart. Though his life was brief the little man was indeed very special and will always be remembered. our deepest condolence . we stand by you in this hour of grief

 

Fire Chief Richard Roeder - Caledonia Fire Department posted on 1/21/20

The Caledonia Fire Department wishes to express their deepest sympathies to the Unti family.

 

Cindy Shull posted on 1/21/20

My deepest sympathies to Larry, Barb, Kevin and the rest of the Merrill family. Sending prayers that you all find comfort in your memories.

 

Monica Bayyouk posted on 1/21/20

Rest in peace Uncle Jim.

 

 

Brianna posted on 1/20/20

I miss him so much already!

 

John and Jean Schmitz posted on 1/20/20

Kathleen - we are so so sorry for your loss. You and Carl have been special friends. John always enjoyed hunting with Carl. Memories of our annual Christmas/winter dinner bring smiles to our faces. Keep your warm memories of Carl close to your heart. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Hugs

 

 

Barry and Jenny Stoecker posted on 1/20/20

Kathleen, Barry and I are so sorry for the loss of Carl. He was a gentle and loving husband, kind friend and good christian man. I know you are lost without him. We are praying for you and Carl’s family

 

Sue Frederick Vernon posted on 1/20/20

I am so very sad about the passing of Patty. She had been a very good and dear friend, and as best friends traversing the highs and lows in high school and at church, we laughed together, shared experiences, and talked about things important to young teenagers. It's so hard to believe she is gone. She will be missed.

 

Kelley & Adrianna posted on 1/20/20

Peace and comfort to you all during this difficult time.

 

Carol Darrington posted on 1/20/20

To Mary's children, grandchildren and family, How blessed was Mary. She was a remarkable woman with a noble tenacity of love of her children and grandchildren and family. Mary never ceased in her concern and fight for justice in words and actions. She did not falter in speaking her truth through her knowledge and experiences in life. Mary was wise, seeking the Spirit to guide her. She has been a friend for nearly 50 years. I miss Mary deeply. Paying heed to her counsel has been a blessing. Mary indeed answered the call to be a blessing in this world..May God's grace abound in her family's hearts.

 

Pam Mehnert posted on 1/20/20

I'm so saddened by the loss of this admirable woman. Her time with our company, Outpost Natural Foods, was impactful and she always left everyone smiling. Her positive outlook on life was contagious. Our love to the entire family, especially Joe, as you go through this very difficult time.

 

Dennis Murawski posted on 1/20/20

I spend a lot of time at Tom's place working on my game. He would always make it a point to stop at my bay to say hello and see how things were going. It just won't be the same without him. Tom was a good, good man. My deepest sympathy to his family.

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 1/20/20

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 Danilo'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 Babb posted on 1/20/20

My husband Dennis was a good friend of Tom. He always talked about the good times they had together. They are joking and playing golf together again. Mary, my deepest sympathy to you and your family.

 

Don and Debbie Krause posted on 1/20/20

Don and I have great memories of your mom and dad. Your dad was our Sunday school teacher when we were teenagers. Invited our class over to your house for a party! Forgot to tell your mom! She was making dinner for your family! I couldn’t believe she had two frying pans going making pork chops! She was so gracious and sweet to us. We did have our party! Don’t remember where the food came from but we had a good time

 

Dana & Dave Ladewig posted on 1/20/20

Prayers extended for your beautiful family. Rejoicing in the Lord for your homecoming in the perfect presence of God. Celebrating a life well lived.

 

 

Barbara Censullo posted on 1/20/20

Praying for you all Denise at this very sad time

 

Barbara Censullo posted on 1/20/20

Praying for you Denise ,April, Sean and Meghan and for all of the family at such a sad time

 

Jackie posted on 1/20/20

John and family, Barbara was such a kind hearted, beautiful person! She will be missed. We are so sorry for your loss. John, I am so thankful for knowing Barbara and so appreciate her sharing you with Winamac! Jackie and Jeff

 

Mary Lee Jennings posted on 1/20/20

Love and prayers for all family members in the loss of Blanche

 

p&s singh posted on 1/20/20

What a great legacy Blanche has left. She will be greatly missed. Our prayers and thoughts are with her family. Love and prayers - paul and shelley

 

Kari Zalewski posted on 1/19/20

Georgia - My sympathy extends to you and your family. Im sorry to hear about thenloss of your Mom. Cherish the memories and hold them near.

 

 

Jean Ziesmer posted on 1/19/20

Really miss you Mom, but I'm glad you're free from pain and reunited with Dad. Hugs and kisses until we meet again.

 

 

Mark A. Sjolund, PGA posted on 1/19/20

So sorry to hear this sad news. Wisconsin golf had a great friend, player, and supporter in Tom. I loved working on my game at his facility, and always enjoyed our conversations. When I talked with him about moving South full-time, he said, "follow the birds, and come back North in the Spring." I already miss him. God Bless!

 

Tom and Kim Jenkins posted on 1/19/20

So very sorry of your loss. Our prayers are with you during this difficult time.

 

Rhonda Chatterton posted on 1/19/20

Memories of growing up spending a lot of time at Floyd & Blanche’s house flood my heart today. They LOVED the amazing youth group we had at Bethel and hosted gatherings all the time. I remember once Blanche telling me I was like her own daughter. I loved this sweet woman so much. My prayers and thoughts are with her family today and through the coming weeks as they mourn her loss. But also knowing we can rejoice that she is home with so many of our loved ones.

 

Bill and Linda Lau posted on 1/19/20

Your mom was a blessing in so many ways to so many people..the memories of years gone by knowing and loving your family ( and definitely feeling the love returned to us) flood through our minds and warms our hearts. We are sorry we will not have her here, but know she is rejoicing in Heaven. As I sat beside her and told her goodbye, there is nothing more memorable in my mind than her love for Jesus and Jesus being her best Friend..how glorious! We love you all so much and will be praying for you in the days ahead!

 

Mic and Charlene Kruzick posted on 1/19/20

So sorry to hear of Barb's passing. The world will be a little dimmer without her shining personality.

 

Bruce Schoenleber posted on 1/19/20

Robert loved his family and very much enjoyed his stamp collecting hobby.

 

Gay Lehman posted on 1/19/20

Dear Sarah, Mary and families, i have such fond memories of your mom from her years at church. I especially remember her mega watt smile, welcoming heart, delightful sense of humor, and willingness to serve. Know that her deep love for you still surrounds you, always. You’re in my thoughts and prayers. Gay Lehman

 

Keith and Jan Holmes posted on 1/19/20

In our thoughts and prayers CHEERS!

 

Ann-Marie Bergman posted on 1/19/20

My deepest condolences, love, hugs and prayers.

 

DEBRA MEDINGER posted on 1/18/20

My deepest sympathy to you and your family May god comfort you now and for always.

 

 

DEBRA MEDINGER posted on 1/18/20

My deepest sympathy to you and your family May god comfort you.

 

 

With love, The Putnam Family posted on 1/18/20

Thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family! Fly high! Rest in peace Jason!

 

 

With love, The Putnam Family posted on 1/18/20

Thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family!

 

Jim Price posted on 1/18/20

Sorry for your loss, prayers for you and your family.

 

Shanelle, Niall, Brendan & Carter posted on 1/18/20

Our deepest condolences to John, CJ, Jenny & the rest of the family! Barb was a kind, genuine, kindred spirit, who will be missed by all whom were blessed to know her! Our love & prayers are with all of you during this difficult time!

 

Donald and Nancy Clouser posted on 1/18/20

Condolences to the family on your loss. May your good memories comfort you getting through these tough times. God bless.

 

Jacki and Dan Frain posted on 1/18/20

Sending prayers and love to John and his family

 

Debbie Kaebisch posted on 1/18/20

I’m so sorry for your loss.

 

James Peplinski posted on 1/18/20

So sorry for your loss ,Our thoughts and prayers for the entire Wrycza family !!

 

Rahul posted on 1/18/20

Rest in peace, Jason. May God give strength to your family ...

 

Wesley posted on 1/18/20

Rest in peace Jason. Well met.

 

 

Denise Jenne posted on 1/18/20

Fly high Jason

 

Mark W Severson posted on 1/18/20

wonderful memories and pleasure to know Linda, her husband, Jim, and daughters they were so proud of. Linda was the sparkplug of a great family. She leaves a legacy of fun and selflessness ...

 

 

Carol and Leonard Short posted on 1/18/20

So sorry to hear this about Barb. Our condolences to John and all the family. Our thoughts and prayers for all of you.

 

Gene & Rhonda Clark posted on 1/18/20

So sorry to hear about your wife John! Rhonda and I send our condolences

 

Suzanne Manis Coonrod posted on 1/18/20

So sorry for your loss John.

 

Pat Larkin posted on 1/18/20

So sorry for your loss John

 

Bob Ewing posted on 1/18/20

Big John..... so sorry for your loss. I just can’t imagine. Be strong, stay healthy. And peace at the last.

 

Stephen Wilson posted on 1/18/20

John, so sorry to learn of Barbara passing.

 

Lynne Mielke posted on 1/18/20

Again, I will say that I will miss my friendship with Linda, who we have known for a long time. My plans were to attend the service today, but the distance we come and the weather conditions make it almost impossible to be there. Today, Linda and all the family are in my prayers for God's loving care to be with you. Linda has found perfect peace and I pray the same for the family. Lynne and Dave

 

 

Shannon Franco posted on 1/18/20

He raised me from birth. He was not my biological dad, but he took me on from before I was born. I'll be forever grateful for the happy childhood he gave me. He was the best father one could ever ask for.

 

Keri Dietrich posted on 1/17/20

Del and all the Wrycza family, I cannot stop my tears. I am so incredibly sad to hear of Robert’s passing. I can still hear his voice, from childhood, telling me that “Sandra is grounded and can’t come outside.” He used to say that in a very stern voice and it scared me. But then when I had children of my own, and I would run into him at the grocery store, he would put things in my cart that my kids would like, such as candy, while my back was turned. I wouldn’t realize it until I got to the register. Upon asking my kids how they got that in the cart ( they were very young), they would say “oh, that nice man put it in our cart and said it’s okay.” It was Robert. So much love and deep sympathy to all of you. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Kathy Coughlin posted on 1/17/20

So sorry Denise on your loss. It’s so hard to loose a parent. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

Mike Frederick posted on 1/17/20

Sorry to hear about Patty. Deepest sympathies.

 

Dave & Barb Lyskawa posted on 1/17/20

We're going to miss my buddy, worked 25 years with Mickey. He would come over by my place in Mil.and we would drink a few beer`s and talk about the good old days at the VA. He made my wife laugh while we sat in my back yard enjoying the sunshine and peace and quiet. Great memories we will miss him, passing to the other side, peace my brother.

 

Ken and Kathy Knitter posted on 1/17/20

We will miss seeing Bob at the Y and ushering at church. We remember Bob and Ken sharing scouting duties at the house in Regal Manor East. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you Sharon and your family.

 

Candie Perry posted on 1/17/20

Christine and family. My heart feels so heavy for your loss. I am sure Hannah is smiling down on you as you share beautiful memories of her life today. I am sorry I cannot attend (work) You are in my prayers and my heart

 

Dr. Jude A. Rathburn posted on 1/17/20

Ginny and Kathy - I was so sorry to hear about Mary’s death. What a tough year it has been. Sending my love and blessings to both of you.

 

Kate Weinstein posted on 1/17/20

Linda was such a light. Her love for Jesus and others was an inspiration. I will miss her laugh and her sense of humor.

 

JIM ELSBY posted on 1/17/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. June.

 

Anthony VanBuren posted on 1/17/20

Sending our sympathy and prayers to Scott, Gayle and the Hawkins family. May your draw comfort from the Lord in your time of need. Your Co-workers at LMI and Office of Under Secretary of Defense Acquisition and Sustainment - DASD(Log)

 

Judith Trifilo posted on 1/17/20

I am so very sorry for your loss Christine. Hannah was a very beautiful and special girl. I believe that she is watching over you and that you will always be in her heart as I know that she is in yours...my thought and prayers are for you and your family and many hugs ...

 

Joy Letourneau posted on 1/17/20

I so treasured my friendship with Linda, her humor, her fiesty-ness, her deep commitment to her family and her God. She lived and loved fully.

 

Renee Hintz posted on 1/16/20

Uncle Robert was such a hard-working family man who would help out wherever needed. Like when he fixed my car when I was in college. It had always been tough to start when it was cold. I was too young & dumb to mention it. When I went to get it, after a couple attempts to start he comes flying out of the house: " Why didn't you tell me it started like that?". Of course he proceeded to work some more on the car. Take a nice rest in heaven Uncle Robert.

 

Debra A Dittmar posted on 1/16/20

Hello Delphine: I am so sorry to hear about Bob! I just got your message as I was in Texas helping the kids get ready for the baby. I am not sure I can make it on Saturday, but please know you are in my prayers and I love you Delphine! Please take care and maybe when things settle down I can take you to lunch! Love, Deb

 

Andrew Plesko and Juanita Orozco posted on 1/16/20

Deeply sorry for your loss.

 

Diane Almond posted on 1/16/20

Linda*A very bright sparkling light has gone out here on earth, but shines even brighter now, and forever, in heaven and in our hearts. Love you.

 

Susan Hoaglund posted on 1/16/20

June my fellow docent, I am so sorry for your loss. How many years have we known each other? When you are ready we could get together for lunch.

 

Sam La Malfa posted on 1/16/20

So very sorry to hear of the passing of your husband. As always your friend and fellow docent of the past. Sam

 

Linda Findley posted on 1/16/20

Oh June, this is terrible news. My heart aches for you and your family. You were such a good pair. With my sympathy -- Linda

 

Nancy Merriman posted on 1/16/20

I'm so sorry for your loss, June. Ken was a delightful man and fortunate to have such a loving, devoted wife.

 

Mike R. posted on 1/16/20

Very sorry for your loss. Prayers being sent to your family for strength in this difficult time.

 

Jo biddle posted on 1/16/20

Ginny and Kathy. I’m sorry for the loss of your sister and friend. May your many treasured memories bring a measure of peace to you as you mourn the passing of your dear one.

 

 

Shir-Lee Zilis posted on 1/16/20

Always remembered.

 

 

S. Jane Eschweiler posted on 1/16/20

Mary was a creative and energetic English teacher and a good poet. I idolized her and learned a lot from her. I don't know Ben and Scout that well but know that Sarah is a strong and gifted woman like her mother. Prayers and love, Virginia! Jane

 

Mary Ann zimney posted on 1/16/20

When I moved from a small town in northcentral Wisconsin in 1964, Hilda was the smiling coworker that welcomed me to Johnson Controls. Even though I only worked with her a couple of years, she made a lasting impression on me. She was always so thoughtful and kind.

 

Patty Foster posted on 1/16/20

Very sorry for your loss. My condolences to you all. May the LORD continue to bless you. Find mercy in the LORD to ease your pain. Amen

 

Bob Dumanch posted on 1/16/20

Good bye Mom, I thank the Lord for 65+ years of your love. Gonna miss you lots, but you're in a better place now with Ron, and I know you missed him so bad through the years. You're back together again, and maybe put in a good word so I can join you someday. Love you Mom, and may the peace of the Lord be with you.

 

 

Heather Reliford posted on 1/16/20

With Christine as we remember and celebrate the life of your beautiful, sweet daughter, Hanna. She is loved forever.

 

Marion Etzel posted on 1/15/20

May our good God embrace you and reward you for all you have done to bless our lives. Thank you especially for your care of the sick and the poor. We will always remember you with grateful hearts.

 

 

Samad Islam EL posted on 1/15/20

Prayers and condolences to the Family

 

Amanda costello (lehmann) posted on 1/15/20

I will never forget all the great memories of my aunt and how great of a influence she had on me and my family and get great niece. She loved her so much

 

Susan A a Krall posted on 1/15/20

My Sympathy to you and your family. I knew Linda & Brian from Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church.

 

Mary and Stasia Raebel posted on 1/15/20

Our hearts are broken. The world has lost a bright and beautiful and talented young woman. Our thoughts and prayers for comfort and strength.

 

 

La Toya Brown posted on 1/15/20

Rest In Peace Dear Mary You Will Be Missed.

 

 

La Toya Brown posted on 1/15/20

Rest In Peace Dear Mary

 

 

Sister Karlyn Cauley, SDS posted on 1/15/20

Be at peace, dear Mary, among those many others you witnessed to Christ by your caring life.

 

Sister Karlyn Cauley, SDS posted on 1/15/20

Mary was always loyal to the Sisters of the Divine Savior, participating in many events and taking spiritual strength from her association with the Sisters. She brought simplicity and love for the poor in her life.

 

Karen Weigt posted on 1/15/20

Sorry about the loss of Diane. She was a lovely lady.

 

Jori Weiss posted on 1/15/20

Loved her sassiness at parties... she cracked me up!!! Laugh in heaven and rest in peace Margo!!!

 

Dan & Orla Guzlecki posted on 1/15/20

We share many fond memories of Robert. We met him when we were members of the CAUSE group in Waterford. He was a very hard worker for the environment. He could work harder than the younger members. He was always there to help no matter what the task was. He made bingo at his church fun for us. He could make a mean turkey in his hot oil fryer! He was an expert sheepshead player. We enjoyed so many good times with Robert and Delphine. He will remain in our hearts and minds. Our deepest condolences to his lovely wife and wonderful family.

 

Jung Angela posted on 1/15/20

Auch auf diesem Wege möchte ich nochmals mein herzlichstes Beileid zum Ausdruck bringen lieber Ernst , Brian und David! Eure Angela mit Familie.

 

Jung Angela posted on 1/15/20

Auch auf diesem Wege möchte ich nochmals mein herzlichstes Beileid zum Ausdruck bringen lieber Ernst , Brian und David! Eure Angela mit Familie.

 

Loretta Roetz posted on 1/15/20

Bob was such a joyful soul. He will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him.

 

Roetz posted on 1/15/20

Bob was such a joyful soul. He will be greatly missed by everyone that was lucky enough to know him.

 

louise wisinski posted on 1/15/20

Sympathies to your family Linda. Knew you way back when I worked at Northpoint Medical Group. RIP

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 1/15/20

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

 

Dave Gavinski posted on 1/15/20

Sorry For your loss Bob. I would of been there if I would of known. Your parents were good to me. Remember when we played football in the church yard? A long time ago with Bob Bednarz. Keep in touch.

 

Sweet Eloise posted on 1/14/20

Oh Linda - I just spoke with you last month but for a few words. I will miss you but will see you in Heaven soon. Love you and miss you already

 

Dave Sobczak posted on 1/14/20

Worked with Hilda for many years at Johnson Controls. She was a wonderful lady and will be missed by many.

 

Terry Hoffmann posted on 1/14/20

Hilda meant so much to all of us at the International Division of Johnson Controls. She was a friend and someone we could all count on to do the right thing. I will remember her cheerful smile always.

 

John Mannix Wigman (Jack) posted on 1/14/20

My condolences to all of Cal;s family members What great memories of all of our times together at Pulaski High School and of the many times we got together with our wives after I left Milwaukee. You were a very special person in my life,Cal...

 

Maria and Samuel Moore posted on 1/14/20

I will never forget my time with Carolyn! she was a very special lady and made me laugh many times. I was fortunate to have spent five weeks in 2016 with Carolyn and her beloved husband Douglas and it was the best memories I will cherish and take with me! I loved them both dearly! Until I see them again I know they are in GOD'S CARE.

 

Donald and Glennda Tyszko posted on 1/14/20

In memory of Mickey... My husband and I worked with Mickey for many years at the VA Medical Center he was a great man to work with and fun to be around there wasn't a day that would go by that Mickey didn't make you laugh what a guy he will be sadly missed.

 

Chris posted on 1/14/20

Sorry for the loss Wish I would have known yesterday I would have came to the service.She was like a 2nd Mom to me and will be missed

 

John Wirtz posted on 1/14/20

Jamie, Please accept my condolences on the death of your father. I hope you're doing well

 

Steven Wehausen posted on 1/14/20

So sorry to learn that Arlene passed away. She was always very kind to me even though I didn't always deserve it. Your in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Jan posted on 1/13/20

I am sorry for your loss, Hannah is a beautiful lady. Praying for God's comfort, love and peace surround you with His presence.

 

Jan posted on 1/13/20

I am sorry for your loss, Hannah is a beautiful lady. Praying for God's comfort, love and peace surround you with His presence.

 

 

Billy Hoffmann posted on 1/13/20

Best childhood friend ever . My deepest sympathy.

 

Danny Bell posted on 1/13/20

Pat was an intelligent, compassionate fighter for human rights. She had an intrinsic belief that all are equal and should be treated fairly and respectfully. The world is a better place because of her and because of all of those people that she fought for and helped. A void in the Universe will be felt for some time with Pat and Ben no longer walking the face of Earth shoulder to shoulder with the rest of us. May God welcome you with open arms.

 

Corey Hutchinson posted on 1/13/20

My thoughts are with the Altenburgs and family in this time of grief.

 

Tom and Carla Anderson posted on 1/13/20

So shocked and saddened by the untimely passing of such a caring, generous, and loyal friend. Tom and I will miss getting together with her and Roman, as we usually do during the summer when visiting Wisconsin. Jeanne created my wedding veil/headpiece almost 50 years ago. I will always remember how special she was. We know Jeanne will not be forgotten by many others whose lives she touched. Our deepest condolences to Roman and family, as well as Jeanne's family during this difficult time.

 

J E Andrea NEMBHARD posted on 1/13/20

Mahalah, you have lived a good life and served whenever you could! God has you in His awesome care now. You are smiling with the angels' so just rest until we meet again around HIS throne! Grace and peace!

 

Ann Loving posted on 1/13/20

So sorry to hear of Jeanne's passing. Many good memories of working, volunteering and lunches with her. Such a kind, caring person. My sympathy to Roman and the rest of her family. and lunches with her. Such a kind, caring person. My sympathy to Roman and her family.

 

Darnisha posted on 1/13/20

May the memories held deep inside your heart, help to comfort you. You're in my prayers. With deepest sympathy.

 

Toni Ruel posted on 1/12/20

Two years and counting, Dad. I still miss you every day. Love you! I hope you enjoyed watching the Packers beat the Seahawks with all of us.

 

Tarun Gupta posted on 1/12/20

I was deeply saddened when I learned today, Jan 12, 2020 about sudden passing away of Professor Saxena on November 27, 2019. When I started graduate studies at UWM in 1985 as a doctoral student, Professor Saxena was the Department Chair. I learnt a lot from one class that I took under him in my first semester. In spite of his busy schedule with DOE funded IAC (Industrial Assessment Center) for many years during 1985-1988 timeframe he used to always follow up with graduate, especially doctoral students about their progress on a regular basis. His advice on any topic including research interests and potential direction one should take was always direct and very concise. I remained in touch with him on occasional basis over the thirty years up to 2017. Last time I personally met with Professor Saxena was during my October 2017 visit to Milwaukee when he briefed me about his post-retirement activities. During that meeting I decided to work with him on his recent research interest that he was pursuing lately, all because of his enthusiasm and encouragement. We worked on it over the last two years right up to the end of October 2019 when he provided his critique on the final report I prepared & delivered in June 2019. During these two years we were exchanging text messages at least on a monthly basis. During this time I also learnt how deeply Professor Saxena was involved with academics and professional interests of his grand kids. I’ll dearly miss my dear Professor Saxena every day for many-many years.

 

Parmeshwar Coomar posted on 1/12/20

I just came across the news of Dr. Garg's passing. Needless to say I am shocked to hear this. I am one of his students from late 80s and early 90s. We worked on the energy management EADC project and I took a number of classes with him during my graduate school years. His authority in his subject area needs no further endorsement. He is known the world over for his scholarship. I am proud to say I was one of his many students. I will miss him as will the scientific research community where he contributed so immensely. Thank you Dr. Garg for all your help and may your family find peace in coping with this loss.

 

Cherie Potts & Todd Ward posted on 1/12/20

While we never met Dominick, we have the privilege and pleasure of knowing his beloved daughter Maria, and sharing good times with her and Paul. Clearly Dominick was a great father as his fine daughter Maria is living proof. We share your grief, Maria and Paul, which only time might ease a bit. Be strong, as Dominick would have wanted!

 

Jim & Caryl Splaine posted on 1/12/20

Words can not express! Wonderful friend for many years. Remembering back to when we square danced at the Moose Lodge! So many good times! This is a definite reminder that we need to make those plans because tomorrow is not promised!! Prayers! God Bless!

 

Douglas and Marilyn Findlay posted on 1/12/20

At this difficult time in your families life, we pray that God will grant you all the serenity and peace that you need to get through this. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Doug and Marilyn Findlay

 

Jerry Kovacich posted on 1/12/20

In memory of Mickey....I can remember the last beer I shared with Mickey on the last day before the closing of Town Beer. He was my old "jump the creek" friend. He will be missed.

 

Jerry Kovacich posted on 1/12/20

Mickey Shakula

 

Michael Hagan posted on 1/12/20

I took her class in painting a year or so ago, she was a kind and generous person, passionate about art, and a great teacher.

 

Wendy Cooper posted on 1/12/20

A true leader, good listener and one I always looked up to as a high school student. God Bless Mr. C & Semper Fi.

 

Horst Penthaler posted on 1/12/20

Lieber Ernst, unser tief empfundenes Beileid zum so plötzlichen Tod von Laurie von der ganzen Familie.

 

Parmeshwar Coomar posted on 1/12/20

Dr. Saxena was my thesis guide and professor while I was finishing my masters in IE. His ability to make complex things simple was incredible. I am deeply saddened to hear of his passing. He was a kind person always caring of his students. Thank you for everything Dr.Saxena.

 

Jenny Seonbuchner posted on 1/11/20

I have such fond memories of my Mom’s best friend and her family. We’ve always called her Aunt Diane. I remember her making everyone around her laugh and have a good time with her witty sense of humor. We had such fun at her parent's home in Butler many years ago. I hadn’t seen her in quite a while until this past New Year’s Eve when my Mom & I had a nice visit with her & Larry. She was upbeat and thrilled to see her old best friend. They held hands quite some time. I have faith the the Lord is taking care of her now. God bless Larry who took such loving care of her. We will miss you Aunt D!

 

James Powell posted on 1/11/20

Condolences to family, for your loss. Prayers for strength , you are missed.

 

Joan Leonard posted on 1/11/20

Dear Tubesing Family, I was so sorry to see that you lost Jeanne. I am thinking of all of you, especially Donna and Mom Tubesing who I know best. You are a strong family and I hope the strength will see you through this very hard time. Thoughts and love, Joan Leonard

 

 

James Joseph ( Harry) posted on 1/11/20

we are never prepared for the loss of a loved one. No word would be enough to express the sorrow caused by this disappearance and nothing could appease it. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers

 

Lorraine Buchholz posted on 1/11/20

My sincere condolences to Loriann and family. I went to high school with Alan and had the pleasure of meeting them this summer at our 50th class reunion. Never did I think I would be sending condolences now. Saying a prayer for all of you on Saturday.

 

Jim Scheidegger posted on 1/11/20

So sad to hear of Nate’s passing. He made many friends here in New Berlin and I was lucky to be one of them. I loved to talk with him about his flying. I always thought what a cool job that is ! He would share how much he loved his family and the Boston area and how difficult it was for him after the death of his father. We were hoping to begin flying again in 2020 and I was working on getting him to take up golf so that I would have another awesome friend to hang with !️ My prayers and sympathy to all his family and friends. Love You and Miss You Nate ! Jim

 

Amy Zygmunt Houser posted on 1/11/20

Dearest Aunt Nancy and Family, I am deeply saddened by Uncle Lloyd's passing this week. I appreciated every opportunity I had to be with him and I will miss his humor and warmth. I pray for your strength to find peace as I know there will be a huge hole in your hearts. You are blessed to have had him as a husband and father and I am blessed to have had him as an uncle. Thank God for the lifetime of memories you have to sustain you during this difficult time. Thinking of you and sending love always ❤ Amy

 

Sharon Jung-Bloch posted on 1/11/20

It is with deep sadness that I post my condolences to Evelyn’s family and friends. I was one of Evelyn's art students. I learned not only to appreciate her talent, but her genuine warmth and friendship. She truly was a gem.

 

Sharon Jung-Bloch posted on 1/11/20

Truly a gem that brightened many lives.

 

Jeanne P Haman posted on 1/11/20

Love and miss you Aunt Vi♥️ Your niece, Jeanne

 

Lori and David Barry posted on 1/11/20

Dear Leder family, We want to share our condolences for the loss of your loving husband, father and grandfather. David and I have been fortunate to have been around the family celebrations and gatherings through the years and see what a pinnacle Lloyd was in your family and a treasure. He Maneuvered All those wonderful strong women in his life with a smile. Love the birthday video..... "How old are you?" " 27, 29, 31?" Love to all. . The Barry Family

 

 

Jane Pierce posted on 1/11/20

When traveling with Jess to British Isles or Alaska, she was always willing to go on new adventures and appreciated the beautiful sites. Although apprehensive about zip lining, Jess jumped on the opportunity to try something new. Jess was never a quitter- in her last days on earth, she was throwing axes at our family get together before Christmas, and although her axe did not stick to target, she laughed, enjoyed a White Claw while joking around with everyone. Her zest for life was endless. We love you Jess and know you will always be with us in our hearts.

 

Cathie Oremus posted on 1/11/20

You have my deepest sympathy on the passing of Scott. Sending healing hugs and prayers your way. I have fond memories of Door County with you and Scott. Another angel got his wings!!!

 

Lisa D’Angelo posted on 1/10/20

I send my deepest condolences to the Bowes family. I have so many great memories growing up with Nat. We grew up in such a wonderful neighborhood in North Andover. I will cherish those memories and I am happy that over the 25+ years we kept in touch. I will miss you Nat.

 

Dave and Carole Thomson posted on 1/10/20

Ernie, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Rick Kegel posted on 1/10/20

My sincere condolences to our to you and your family Ernie.

 

Maxine and John posted on 1/10/20

Thoughts and prayers are with you, Ernie, and family. Laurie will always be remembered at Calvary.

 

Julie Schubert posted on 1/10/20

I'm blessed to have met you, shared your passion of painting, & learned how to bring together a work of art I never thought I could. Rest in peace Evelyn & thank you from the bottom of my heart.

 

Alan Cuthbert posted on 1/10/20

So sad to loose a friend. I had the distinct honor of training in and flying beechjets with Nate. I will treasure the memories of our adventures and cherish sharing those stories. Rest In Peace my friend. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Bowes family.

 

Barbara Gordon (George) posted on 1/10/20

Ernie and family, sorry for your loss. Prayers during this difficult time.

 

Eileen Landmann posted on 1/10/20

RIP, Jeanne. I enjoyed subbing for you because your lesson plans were always so creative. You always had a smile on your face. May your memory In all that you’ve accomplished give your family comfort.

 

Jim Chapn posted on 1/10/20

Ernie, from my family to yours we share your loss. In time the hurt lessens but never leaves. Remember the good times you shared together. Keep yourself busy and active which will help time pass for you. The Chapin family

 

John Hartman posted on 1/10/20

The world is a worse place without Sandy Tlougan

 

Karen Street posted on 1/10/20

Shalom, my prayers are with your family and you.

 

Samantha Lobo posted on 1/10/20

So sorry for the loss of Evelyn. Got to know her through the rec department. Sending love <3

 

 

Shannon Trapman posted on 1/10/20

Highschool shannanigans...girl scouts...local band concerts. We had so much fun. Jess had a laugh you will never forget and was always fun to be around. I am glad she got to travel and see the world before she was taken so soon.

 

Judy Hartmann-Hill posted on 1/10/20

We have wonderful memories of growing up with Mark. We had a lot of fun times going to school together at St. Barbara. Mark was smart, funny, and truly a kind man. He will be missed, but always remembered.

 

Haley Stevens posted on 1/10/20

Hanna was beautiful, smart, funny, energetic, and a kind soul. She will be missed, but also welcomed into the next life. So sorry for your loss.

 

Dick Jansen posted on 1/10/20

May God comfort your entire family. Sorry for your loss

 

Christine Scheels posted on 1/10/20

My deepest sympathies for the loss of such a beautiful person, Lori. God Bless.

 

Tom Kuhn posted on 1/10/20

My deepest sympathies. Having lost my Karen in March 2019, I know what you are presently experiencing,

 

FDIC Madison and Miwaukee friends posted on 1/10/20

Arlene and family...we are sorry by the news of Sandy's passing. She was always so helpful to us at the office, as well as, treating us with goodies at the holidays and sharing stories of her crazy cats over the years. Her Madison and Milwaukee co-workers have made a donation in her name to the Dane County Humane Society.

 

Geoffrey, Joanne, Jackson, Gavin and Lillian Burch posted on 1/10/20

We will always remember your thoughtfulness and generosity to us. The kids will miss their Uncle Don, as will we

 

 

Susan dill posted on 1/10/20

Rest in peace. You will be sorely missed. My deepest prayers go out to this Beautiful family.

 

Muriel Marx Hoffmann posted on 1/10/20

Take comfort in knowing Norma is at peace and is with Jesus.

 

 

Rich MacDonald posted on 1/10/20

Family and Friends of Nate - please accept our deepest sympathy and condolences. Nate was a great guy, an excellent pilot, and a loyal friend to many. He will be deeply missed. Hugs and fond memories from Kalamazoo. Rich MacDonald and Family.

 

 

Ann Stokman posted on 1/10/20

Sorry to hear of the loss.

 

 

Hyacinth Vivian Viviene Charles Dwight Deloris Scotty Ruel Juddy Donovan Sheryl MONCRIEFFE posted on 1/10/20

Don’t weep at my grave, for I am not there, I’ve a date with a butterfly to dance in the air. I’ll be singing in the sunshine, wild and free playing tag with the wind while I am waiting for thee

 

 

Cinderella Pink posted on 1/9/20

The last of her generation...oh how I wish I had just a long conversation with you, to know your soul and share great Pink laughter... I salute you dear grand aunt, one more ancestor of love...peace and tranquility Salutations

 

Matthew Jasinski posted on 1/9/20

Jess was my confidant and dear friend. She never passed judgment. She loved her friends and family so dearly. I will miss her presence, words, laugh, insight and love for the rest of my life. It was an incredible blessing and joy to know her for the few years that I did. Ortiz...I will always love you and never forget your gorgeous soul.

 

Ashley Bowers posted on 1/9/20

Beautiful fall day walking the trails, enjoying the smell, fall colors and each other's company. Hanna has always been one of Zariah's favorite people (mine too!). She was so sweet indulging Zariah who was leading us around with her map, listened intently to all her stories and helped her explore with her nature book. ❤️

 

Don Radman posted on 1/9/20

Don you will be missed by everyone you were always fun to bowl with and golf with , i will never forget you rest in peace

 

Emil Ewald posted on 1/9/20

Jeff sorry to hear about your Dad You can be proud to know of all the good he did in his lifetime which was always first class Emil and Barbara Ewald

 

Helen Rohland posted on 1/9/20

I was deeply saddened to hear of Sandy's passing. Sandy was a dear friend who's laughter was one of a kind. My fondest memories are our first day of work - we both, both new hires and that's where our friendship began. I will truly miss Sandy - the smile on her face, the kindness in her heart and of course Sandy's laughter. God will watch over you now Sandy and my deepest prayers are with you.

 

 

Diane Nelson posted on 1/9/20

I ALREADY miss you! Bowling is just not the same without you!! Your were a GREAT “UNCLE” to everyone!! I think we will ALL miss your yummy popcorn and the ladies “Chocolate”. R I P give my Love to Mary.

 

Stage family posted on 1/9/20

You will be missed and thanks for being there for are father and for us. And I will miss the little talks we always had.

 

Julia Rose posted on 1/9/20

My deepest condolences to you, Christine and your family for this tremendous loss. May you find comfort from loved ones who surround you during this very difficult time.

 

Robin Reif posted on 1/9/20

My dear friend, Jeanne. We've been through so much over the past 4 decades, good and bad. There's never been anyone like you, so vibrant and generous in all things. You will be sorely missed by me and everyone who knew you.

 

Tonia Froling posted on 1/9/20

Our thoughts and prayers are lifted for Jerry's family. My son (Benton) and I only recently meet Jerry while visiting Hartland Place and delivering a "mail call" envelope full of cards and letters honoring our veterans on Veterans Day. My son really enjoyed visiting with Jerry the few times we stopped in to chat. They would laugh and smile together, it was so touching to see Jerry and Benton enjoy their time together. We are sad that our time with Jerry was so short, he was a blessing to us. We will miss him. May the good Lord bring peace and comfort to your family at your time of loss.

 

 

Sarah Jezeski posted on 1/9/20

Thoughts and prays to Sarah Stage and family. So sorry to here of your loss. -The Jezeski-Stevens Family-

 

Brenda Cook and Beverly Kaczor posted on 1/8/20

Our hearts are with you during this difficult time. May warm memories console you and bring you comfort and peace.

 

Darlene Klenz posted on 1/8/20

I remember how genuine “sweetness”, and the pride she had in her family. Her family is a testament to the blessed Christian life they shared with their children.

 

Kathleen Belair posted on 1/8/20

Crystal, what sad news. I'm sorry for your loss. You and your family will remain in my prayers.

 

Denise Hochstatter posted on 1/8/20

I was deeply saddened by the news of Sandy’s passing. She and I shared many laughs through the years as co-workers in different FDIC Field Offices. My heartfelt condolences to you and your family, and may peace and comfort find you during this difficult time.

 

Susan dill posted on 1/8/20

We will miss you, the fee times we spent together. We will always remember till we see you again and can talk about old times our prayers are with all your family at this time. Special prayers go out for janine all our love cant stop thinking about All of you. He is just gone too soon. Susan melissa heather. Keith snd timothy dill. You are sorely missed.

 

karen rechlicz posted on 1/8/20

I met Harold when I was 18, and now I'll be 77 years old. He hired me for my first insurance job which I enjoyed for 44 years. Jo Bonczek, who is now a healthy 97 year old called me with the news of Harold's passing. Jo was in the business even longer than I. Jo worked for Harold when Mr. Haessler died. We both loved Harold and agree that he was always a gentleman and ready to help anyone out. Jo cannot attend the service but sends her best wishes to Carol. I will see you Friday, Carol!

 

Amy Schmaltz posted on 1/8/20

I always looked forward to my AZO visits, we sure had some great times! Thanks for the memories. My heartfelt condolences go out to your family.

 

 

Juanita Perez-Hall & Hall Family posted on 1/8/20

“I will always remember the many years and special times the Melby family and I have spent together. I started as a care giver for Al and Lori' s son Lucas for many years. They became one of my closest and dearest family friends. The many times Al tried to teach me the understanding of baseball, will never be forgotten. Al will truely be missed and forever in our memory.

 

KEYANA L JEFFRIES posted on 1/8/20

Mark was our licensor for many years at Congress Elementary. I will miss hearing his many stories of his family that he loved so much! He loved and adorned his daughters. Such a proud father. He taught me so much about childcare and Milwaukee. May God continue to bless this family!

 

Noel Paque & Janine Paque (Johannes) posted on 1/8/20

We are saddened to hear that your mother passed away. You have our deepest condolences and your family is in our thoughts and prayers as you celebrate her amazing life.

 

Betty J Mielke posted on 1/8/20

Uncle Dom, I will always remember your loving kindness and support you have given me throughout the years. You were genuinely a wonderful person and Uncle whom I loved deeply. My deepest condolences and love for Laurie, Alan, Maria and there families. Your Father loved you all with pride and grace. Love Betty

 

Anne Marie (Leahy) Ahearn posted on 1/8/20

To Janine, DP, Bethany, Jeralyn, Trish and Gerry and families, I was so sorry to read of Nathanial’s passing. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during these difficult days. Love and hugs to all ❤️❤️❤️

 

 

Bill Leahy posted on 1/8/20

Nathanial Bowes

 

 

Laura ( Stilp) Van Heuklon posted on 1/7/20

You will be missed. Thank you for loving my dad. You are special in our hearts.

 

Emmett R Helm Jr posted on 1/7/20

RIP my sister, whose smile and heart was a big as her personality. You will always be present in my thoughts and memories.

 

Jean Ann Biwer posted on 1/7/20

We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to the Tlougan family and relatives, Sandy and I were co-workers at FDIC for l7 years; we shared many laughs, smiles, and the usual complaints. We still kept in touch after retirement especially during the Holidays, she will be missed.

 

Carrie Gorski posted on 1/7/20

Christine, I am so sorry for your loss! I hope you will find comfort and understanding through your grief. May the love of God, family and friends be with you always!

 

Jean And Mike Keith posted on 1/7/20

Judee was a dear friend from middle school on. Even though she moved away after high school we managed to keep in touch. She loved to bake Christmas cookies, lots of them. She loved her great nieces and would sew clothes for their dolls. She would knit gifts for family. I am just sorry that we were not able to spend any time together these last months. We both had health issues to deal with. Will be thinking of her and the family tomorrow. We are headed to our home in FL so will miss the visitation. Our deepest sympathy!

 

Judie Weissmann posted on 1/7/20

I have known Evelyn for years and years as members of the Red Baron group we both belonged to. In our younger days, we played volleyball, then camping, helped out in charities, gone on outings, watched each other’s children grow up and most recently met once a month for breakfasts together. I have grown to love her gentle nature, humor and keeping her husband in line. I am going to miss her tremulously.

 

Kosta Vlagos posted on 1/7/20

My aunt was truly an amazing person. She had an amazing work ethic with a CAN-DO ATTITUDE! She was kind and had an infectious smile. She can make your day better by just being around her. My aunt falls under the category, " they don't make them like they used too". My mother, (her sister) tells me often still, that she was "top of the line" , best of the best. My mom hasn't fully recovered from her sister's loss, actually none of us have, but my heart is warmed that she is in a miraculous place called heaven. God bless her and her amazing family.

 

 

Rose Roberts posted on 1/7/20

Jeannie. We had lots of laughs and sharing great family stories when you came to see me . Loved to hear about your travel adventures too

 

ELAINE LANGYEL posted on 1/7/20

So very sorry for your loss.

 

Vicki Syring posted on 1/7/20

RIP Jeanne. Will miss you at our get togethers.

 

Michaela posted on 1/7/20

I am sorry to hear of Sandy's passing. We shared many laughs together as well as stories about our crazy cats. She was always very helpful to me and I was glad to have her in our Madison office.

 

Linda Houston posted on 1/7/20

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Sandy's passing. She was a thoughtful and helpful co-worker at FDIC. My husband and boys enjoyed touring Washington, DC with her mother while we admins were in training there. I retired as Admin. Asst. in the Champaign, IL Field Office.

 

Linda Pawlak posted on 1/7/20

This was just one of the days Hanna was playing with Jack, Addy and Aubree. She was giving piggy back rides to the girls. This picture shows how much fun they always had with Auntie Hanna.

 

Karen Kautzman posted on 1/7/20

Always quick to raise his hand to wave...we will miss that broad smile. He was a good neighbor and friend. God speed to you Tom. We are sure Ginger was happy to see you again. We will miss you dearly. The Kautzmans

 

 

Lucie Manning posted on 1/7/20

My prayers and love are with you all

 

Sandra and Robert Fairweather posted on 1/7/20

We send our heart felt condolences to Janine Bowes and her family. May god watch over all of you in your time of grief.

 

Scott donahue posted on 1/6/20

Kathy and Willie- so sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Jessica Serino posted on 1/6/20

Love and sympathy to the Bowes family

 

Shelley Luettgen posted on 1/6/20

Christine, I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter. Your angel is in heaven and in a happier place. God Bless you and your family.

 

Duane Klabon posted on 1/6/20

See you later my friend. I have several fond memories of you from our years at OW High School and beyond. God bless you and your family.

 

The Duffy Family posted on 1/6/20

Nat, you will always be remembered as the boy next door. We have many great memories from Crossbow Lane. You sailing on the pond, selling your Dandy candy to the neighborhood kids, and you flying planes over our houses during your lessons our some of our fondest memories. May you rest in peace. Our condolences to the Bowes Family , Love the Duffys

 

 

Jill Gehr (Didier) posted on 1/6/20

Sandy and Gordy were our neighbors for the younger part of our early years. They're finally both at peace in heaven.

 

Greg Lubinski posted on 1/6/20

Dear Tutty and Andrew. I am sorry to hear of the passing of your dear husband, Father and friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you during the difficult time.

 

 

Mary Dawkins posted on 1/6/20

So Sorry for your loss.

 

 

Kim Rutherford posted on 1/6/20

I will always remember his kindness, compassion and wonderful humor. He was a good man, and a great team mate. I will miss him

 

RICK WOLFER posted on 1/6/20

RIP Nate, you will be forever missed. You touched all of us at Atlas with your wisdom, you smile, and your friendship. Fly high my friend.

 

Peter Plapp posted on 1/6/20

I am honored and blessed to known Mark. He was a true blessing in our families life and we will miss him.

 

June Spies Conti (daughter of Katie Spies) posted on 1/6/20

I remember your Mom with a happy face always.

 

Karen Algiers posted on 1/6/20

I’m deeply sorry for your loss.

 

Shirley Lewis posted on 1/6/20

Dear Tutty, Your Dear Scotty was a Treasure!❤️ He ALWAYS brightened our Friday afternoons at 1000 East after a LONG school week....we so looked forward to seeing him! He was a CARD!!! Scotty was the Nicest Man! He made Everyone feel welcomed & wanted; he was as Happy to see us as we were to see him! There was No One who could take his place for us! He’s watching us from Heaven now....he will be GREATLY Missed!

 

Shirley Lewis posted on 1/6/20

Dear Tutty, Your Dear Scotty was a Treasure!❤️ He ALWAYS brightened our Friday afternoons at 1000 East after a LONG school week....we so looked forward to seeing him! He was a CARD!!! Scotty was the Nicest Man! He made Everyone feel welcomed & wanted; he was as Happy to see us as we were to see him!❤️ There was No One who could take his place for us! He’s watching us from Heaven now....he will be GREATLY Missed!❤️

 

John Young posted on 1/6/20

It is with fondest memories we remember Nate at Purdue University. He was such a hard worker in his studies and wonderful person to be around in and outside the classroom. I know he will truly be missed. Prayers and blessings go out to the families at this time. John Young and the Purdue aviation community

 

 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cacicio posted on 1/6/20

Our deepest Condolences to the Bowes family RIP Nate. The Cacicio Family

 

Dee Bartelme posted on 1/6/20

Dear Family of Lee, I am so sad for the loss of your dear Mother. Our families enjoyed a wonderful friendship as neighbors, watching our small children grow and play together for over 10 years. May God wrap His healing arms around each of you as you mourn your great loss. Love, Dee Bartelme and family

 

Becca Ferstadt posted on 1/5/20

Christine, I am deeply sadden by your loss and my heart goes out to you. This is a beautiful quote... “What was once enjoyed and deeply Loved, we can never lose, For all that we Love deeply becomes part of us.” - Helen Keller My condolences to you and your family Christine.

 

Rita posted on 1/5/20

So glad I got to know Hanna as a young teen, such a beautiful, deep, soulful young woman. And so intelligent. I thoroughly enjoyed many conversations with her. I wish I could have done more to help her through her pain. She will forever be in my heart for the beautiful soul she is.

 

 

Al & Katie posted on 1/5/20

Katie and I became neighbors of Renate in 2008. She was a good neighbor, and she will be missed for sure. Condolences to the Family and Friends left behind. It was nice to spend time with her on her Birthday in September, it was a beautiful day. Rest in peace Renate.

 

Angela Schnell-Fenske posted on 1/5/20

My Deepest Condolences to the Bowes may you Rest In Peace Nate

 

Kathlene Sisson posted on 1/5/20

She loved being the Cub Scout roundtable commissioner for Southern Trails. She was always prepared, a true scout.

 

Kathlene Sisson posted on 1/5/20

Joe, your mom loved scouting and mostly because she could be with you and felt it gave you a lot of skills you could use in the future. both physical and mental.

 

Art Curow posted on 1/5/20

RIP Nate, you will be sorely missed. I will miss your wisdom and all that you showed and taught me. I will see you again someday.

 

Becky Thompson posted on 1/5/20

Christine, my heart goes out to you and your family. Please know that I am here for you.

 

Lori Wagnitz posted on 1/5/20

Christine, "Even those who never fully blossom bring beauty to the world"....this quote struck me as fitting as it relates to Hanna and your loss. I only met her once when she was with you at a Packer game "meet up". But, the lovely obituary and your "posts" about her speak very well to the beauty that she brought to the world. She was indeed strikingly beautiful in the physical sense, but it seems those who knew her well were able to see the beauty she had on the "inside". My sincere condolences to you and all her family and friends.

 

Jim Marshall posted on 1/5/20

Christine, this has been a wake up call for me and hopefully for others. I have a 17 year old son who last year decided school didn’t matter and stopped looking after himself. His Mom and I (divorced) have to get after him for everything but I have been worried about something worse for some time. Your tragedy and the story you posted about the signs of suicide have really cemented my worry. I have been sending him encouraging notes daily about his self worth and how he might pray and of course I pray for him often. When he is with me I try hard to show him my concerns in a loving and supportive way and sometimes have to be more firm. There is one thing he does that provides me some hope - when he leaves for school, work or his Mom’s he always stands there waiting for me to hug him - he will not initiate the hug - but he wants one and I am only too happy to oblige. In my work we provide life from death through organ donation - it is both heart wrenching and gratifying at the same time. Having lost a son already to drug overdose I truly know your pain and want you to know that your daughter will be an inspiration to other parents, through your notes and grief sharing, to be closer to their children and watch them for the warning signs. Please take some comfort in this. Take care of yourself and be gentle with you as you go through the grieving process.

 

Jennifer Wojak posted on 1/5/20

I had the great pleasure of caring for Hannah in her preschool days and have great memories of her and my son playing together, going to the GE Christmas party and many other birthdays and fun events. My heart is broke and hope she found the peace she needed. Christine, we will keep you in our prayers and hope you can find some peace also.

 

Sherrie Griffin posted on 1/5/20

Deepest sympathies. Hoping wonderful memories bring comfort. Hanna was a beautiful young woman. She will forever live in your heart.

 

Heather Reliford posted on 1/5/20

In memory of a beautiful soul, may she Rest In Peace.

 

Christine Altenburg posted on 1/5/20

Door County January 2019, Hanna took so many pictures of the water and ice....we felt like we were in Alaska. Will be one of the sweetest memories of my life. Thank you Hanna for agreeing to come. Thank you sweet Door County & friends....you are precious to my heart.

 

 

Nanine Jeanquart posted on 1/5/20

Dearest Hanna I know your from what your beloved mother has told me about you. I so wish I could have been in your presence just once. You are so very much missed here, if you are anything like your mom which I am sure you are, the world is less one purely empathic soul. Your journey was short this time, you and your mother will be together again and dance this thing we call life working through the evolution of the soul to enlightenment on this planet. We only have each other, What have we learned from you? Sending support and Love to the family of Hanna and Christine

 

Randy and Sandy Lentz posted on 1/5/20

Our condolences to you, Sandy and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your father is happy and healthy again with your family members in heaven.

 

Janet & Monica De La Rosa posted on 1/5/20

Condolences to friends and family of James. Sending you light and keeping you in our prayers.

 

Big Papi posted on 1/4/20

God bless you all at this most difficult of times. You are in my prayers.

 

Liz Plotkin posted on 1/4/20

Hanna I watched you grow up and will miss seeing you...but my memories of you playing with my Haley and the pics I have make me smile. Christine and family, you are all in my prayers for ease in this transition. Hanna will always be in and around you.

 

Holly Broehm posted on 1/4/20

Emily, My heart mourns for you and your family, I hope you can find peace and comfort during this time of grief.

 

Doug Johnson posted on 1/4/20

Gone too soon. She was a bright spot in the world and I am so glad I got to meet her,

 

christine altenburg posted on 1/4/20

I am so very sorry to hear about Sean. My thoughts of Love & Healing have been with you since I learned of this and may you find some comfort in the Love of family and friends. My love shelter you and your family all the days of your lives. I know the pain, my deepest, most sincere condolences. ( Stacey Vecellio, sister )

 

 

Jodie Secks posted on 1/3/20

Richard, Melisa, and Remmy you guys are in my thoughts and prayers

 

Cathy Elder posted on 1/3/20

Joe I know how much your mom meant to you I am so sorry. I will be praying for you and Anna.

 

 

Lexy foss posted on 1/3/20

So sorry to hear this devastating news Sean. You always had a smile on your face and made it contagious to those around you. May you Rest In Peace and never be forgotten

 

michael rosen posted on 1/3/20

Another magnificent 212 leader has passed away, but not before leaving MATC and Local 212 stronger than when he first came on campus. Mike Milliren, retired MATC Accounting Instructor, died on December 26, 2019 after a long battle with cancer. He leaves behind his loving wife Mary, two sons, a daughter and three grandchildren. After graduating from UW-Whitewater, Mike worked in public accounting for three year before realizing his passion was educating young people. He transitioned to MATC where he taught for 32 ½ years, retiring in 2008. Mike joined Local 212 shortly after he was hired and became active in the faculty and professional staff union. He was elected as the Local’s Financial Secretary in 1979 and also served as the Chair of the Constitution Committee. As former 212 Executive VP Charlie Dee recalled,”Mike was a sage and calming presence when I joined him on the Exec Board in 1981. Unlike some of us, he never raised his voice, but he was passionate about MATC’s mission, our students’ futures, and the essential role faculty played in joint-decision making for the college.” Dee said he learned a tremendous amount from Milliren about union governance. “He was in charge of our Bylaws and Procedures Manual, and he was systematic about getting rid of old language and keeping everything up to date,” Dee explained. “He taught me that you don’t establish rules for when things are going well and everyone is unified, but for the worst case scenarios.” In 1985, Mike was elected Second Vice President of Local 212, responsible for the organization’s budget and financial management. He served in that position under the leadership of Local 212 President Ernie Schnook until 1997. During that time the Local made significant gains in compensation, benefits, faculty rights and in expanding its services to the membership. Retired Local 212 Chief Negotiator Frank Shansky said, “During the most arduous times, I could always count on Mike’s wisdom to guide me. He never sought the limelight. His humility and low-key nature masked a fierce devotion to the principles of fairness and equity.” Mike devoted endless hours to his students and the MATC faculty, counselors and staff. His work, largely behind the scenes, allowed other, more visible 212 leaders to work effectively on behalf of the membership. Thousands of MATC employees, both retired and active, have better, more secure lives because of Mike Milliren. After Mike retired, he remained active with Local 212, spending hours organizing its files that go all the way back to its founding in 1930. His work enabled a history of the 1969 strike to be written and will allow future generations of union members to relate to our past. This is an incalculable legacy that Mike leaves behind. Mike also volunteered for MATC’s tax return service program, which provides free tax filing services to the community. Mike was the consummate professional, dedicated to his students and his colleagues: in short, the perfect union leader. He will be missed.

 

terri jackson posted on 1/3/20

Oliver i'm so sorry to hear about your mom. Please give me a call. 832-643-0381 this is Terri Jackson

 

Matt Gueldner posted on 1/3/20

Joe - Your work family at UW Health is thinking of you and your family during this time. So sorry for your loss.

 

Carla posted on 1/3/20

Bonnie, I'm sorry to hear that your father had passed away. You have wonderful memories of dad and family to console you through the hard times. God Bless.

 

Barb and Jim Tatnall posted on 1/3/20

Dear Pamela and Family, Please accept our sincere sympathy on the loss of your dear Shirley. We had the privilege of knowing her through the marriage of Lori to Ken. May she be at peace and carrying on our Polish Traditions in heaven. God Bless.

 

Lisa Mueller posted on 1/3/20

Dear Tutty and Andy, we are so very sorry to hear of Scotts passing. He was such a kind and caring man and he always looked after our mom, which we so appreciated. She always said he grilled the best ribs. :-) He had a generous heart and always a smile on his face. Our hearts are breaking for you. We are here for you if you need anything. Our deepest sympathies.

 

 

Steve Chang posted on 1/3/20

Sweet and loving young man. Caring dearly for others always and especially younger students at ULS. ❤️

 

Angela Fischer posted on 1/3/20

My sincere condolences, Lynn. May your dad rest in peace surrounded by God's grace and love. Big hugs!

 

steve guziewski posted on 1/3/20

May his memory be a blessing.

 

Deb Schall posted on 1/3/20

Kate was good friend and truly a blessing in my life. Our friendship began the day she signed my first radio license upgrade 26 years ago. I remember Kate, KA9MWT as a net control operator, relaying weather reports, handling emergency traffic and late night companion to weary travelers. Kate represented the true “Spirt of Ham Radio”, treating all with respect and dignity. Kate also had a wonderful sense of humor and a love of life. She will be greatly missed. Deb KB9ISE

 

Dennis and Gloria posted on 1/3/20

Sending a heart felt hug to you and your family, sorry we could not be with you. God bless you

 

James H Fischer posted on 1/2/20

Lt . George was my first experience with the MPD back in 1986. He showed me the pride and professionalism of the MPD which I maintained throughout my stay. He was a great influence upon me.

 

An old friend posted on 1/2/20

I have missed Rita, feel deep sorrow and will always carry her sweetness in my heart and thoughts. Her smile would always light up any room and her kindness was boundless. My eyes well up thinking of her which I do so very often. The world is diminished without her. I know mine has been

 

Craig R. And Lisa Fosmo posted on 1/2/20

Condolences to all the Moilanen family,Harold was a very kind and friendly person to all whom he met. Always ready to listen to a good fishing or hunting story. He loved his Brocky Lake camp dearly,and was quite active with painting and making kindling even in later years. Very few have been as good a role model as he was.Never one to interrupt anyone or to be interrupted,especially when discussing business.Harold also faithfully served his country in the U.S.Navy.Aunty Carol sure got a one of a kind guy 69 years or so ago.Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

 

Margaret Kitze posted on 1/2/20

Mike and I started first grade Together at Holy Rosary and proceeded through high school. He was very soft spoken and very kind. We have been Facebook friends, but I had no idea that he was ill. I would like to send condolences to his family and friends. May you find peace in your memories.

 

Gene & Debby (Gnewikow) Cary posted on 1/2/20

Sending our deepest sympathy to Alan’s family. Gene & I both went to school with Alan & we had the pleasure of seeing Alan & Loriann at our 50th class reunion in July. Our hearts break for Louise, Loriann & family! Sending love & prayers.

 

 

Mary posted on 1/2/20

I am so sorry that I was never brave enough to contact Ron. I Truly wanted to meet him, and many letters were written but never sent, as I made a promise to my mother, who later in life married Ron’s and my birth father, Edward Ferris. I am very happy to know that he had a loving family, enjoyed a long marriage, and had many children, grandchildren, and even great grandchildren to love. I know you will all treasure memories of Ron. Rest In Peace now, brother of another mother.

 

 

Don Radman posted on 1/2/20

Don sorry i couldn't see you off you were a great guy

 

Jennifer (Jen) Metzner posted on 1/2/20

Scott was such a great man, may he rest in peace! I have fond memories of standing up with him in Geoff and Jacki’s wedding!

 

Andy Schaller posted on 1/2/20

She became a 2nd mother to me and Ive known her since I was 16 yrs olf age. She always greeted me with hugs snd a smile . She was one of the best people that you could have ever had in this world Love you Mom

 

Nancy (Rowe class of 66) Hobbs. Batesville, AR posted on 1/2/20

Mike was a good friend all through high school and we later reconnected thru face book ..So sorry to hear of Mikes passing . May our Heavenly Father wrap his loving arms around you and your family giving you comfort, peace and strength for the days ahead.

 

Gary Knopp posted on 1/2/20

My sincere condolences.

 

 

Georgia A. Hester. Pomputis posted on 1/2/20

So sorry for your loss of Mike. He was a great classmate of mine.

 

Liz Dodds Boelter posted on 1/2/20

We are so saddened to hear about Sam. We will be praying for God’s presence and comfort to be felt during this difficult time. I am a former classmate of Kevin’s and my brother Stuart grew up with Tim. Our thoughts and prayers are woth your family.

 

Odell Robinson & Family posted on 1/2/20

Tutty, we thank God for Scott being in our lives. It was a great pleasure working with him over the years. The 1000 East Family was saddened to hear the news of his passing. I know they're laughing up in Heaven at his jokes. I can just hear him now. Praying for you and Andrew during this difficult time. With sincere respect and sympathy,

 

 

Susan James posted on 1/2/20

Renate and I worked together from 1990 until her retirement. I learned so much from her, not only about business but about life, nature, and lots of other interesting things. She was a remarkable human being. I am so glad we shared the years together.

 

Steve Perreault posted on 1/2/20

Jim and family -- We are very sorry for your loss. God bless you all. Love, Steve and Kim

 

karl fosmo posted on 1/2/20

Uncle Harold always enjoyed time spent at family camp at brocky lake will be missed always

 

Kirk M Kennedy posted on 1/2/20

Wishing Sean's family and friends peace, healing, and hope.

 

Cathy (Farrell) Ptak posted on 1/1/20

Meg and Lynn, my thoughts are with you. He was a wonderful man.

 

Robert A. Socher posted on 1/1/20

With our deepest condolences, Nan, this has been a shock to us. Our sympathy to your family for loosing such a wonderful and caring man. He was always there when needed, his companionship on all the groups activities was part of the growing pains for all of us. So many year on the river in the fall, camping out, hunting and fishing, sitting around just talking about things is now in the past, , but the memories will never leave us. The monthly pizza get togethers will never be the same, but he will be remembered with us forever.

 

Isabel (Peewee) Monreal posted on 1/1/20

With sincere and heartfelt sympathy in your time of sorrow.He will always be remembered for his love of friends and family. People pass on but their memory lives on in our hearts. May God give you strength during your time of sorrow.

 

Janet Zuber posted on 1/1/20

I'm sorry for your loss

 

Barbara Johnson posted on 1/1/20

We are deeply saddened with the passing of my aunt. Many many fond memories of her will always be in my heart. She will definitely be missed. My condolences to her family.

 

Bessie Jackson posted on 1/1/20

With deepest sympathy may the love of God be with you all.

 

Charlene and Alcy Sivyer posted on 1/1/20

Judee was such a nice neighbor. She loaned me her cheesecake pan, a cup of sugar, driveway markers for winter, and Christmas lights, to name few! She also watered my tomato plants, and let us use her parking space while she was away. As a young woman, she lived and worked in NYC. She frequently took care of her nephew's dog. Judee's kindness was a bright star. She will be missed!

 

Sharon Fosmo posted on 12/31/19

A real gentleman. Lots of great memories. Every time I eat cottage cheese I think of Harold, because he did NOT like it. He will be missed by many. Lived a good life with Carol. R. I. P. Love, Sharon.

 

Dan Cortez posted on 12/31/19

Sorry to hear about this tragedy. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you. I'm unable to attend as I'm Texas visiting my sister. God bless him.

 

Adam Lehmann posted on 12/31/19

I think back all the wonderful time we had spent together when I was a child Auntie. Missing you a lot...

 

Robin Baker posted on 12/31/19

Sandy will always be remembered for her love of cats and the special care she gave them. She will be missed.

 

Jim Hejnai posted on 12/31/19

My heart goes out to my cousins for the loss of their dear mom, my Aunt Lee. Nothing but fond childhood memories of times with her and her family. A very good lady. She is missed already.

 

 

Christina posted on 12/31/19

We are heartbroken over the news of Sean passing. He was always so kind, charming and funny. His smile would light up an entire room. Your entire family is in our thoughts and prayers. We are here for you during this difficult time.

 

Jennifer and John Hipp posted on 12/31/19

So very sorry

 

 

Angela Dusenberry posted on 12/31/19

So many fun memories with Sean. He always wanted to make us laugh and he was the only one who could keep up with Emily on the dance floor. I’m so saddened by this loss and I am sending so much love to the family. I hope you can always remember the happiness, laughter, and smiles Sean brought to everyone as that truly defines who he was and how I will remember him.

 

 

Angela Dusenberry posted on 12/31/19

So many fun memories with Sean. He always wanted to make us laugh and he was the only one who could keep up with Emily on the dance floor. I’m so saddened by this loss and I am sending so much love to the family. I hope you can always remember the happiness, laughter, and smiles Sean brought to everyone as that truly defines who he was.

 

Susan Bobrowitz Smith posted on 12/31/19

I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. Mary Lou and my mother were fast friends for card club, church and lunches. Lots of good memories.

 

Ellie Ebben posted on 12/31/19

Emily, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Sean's charisma & humor will be missed. Thinking of you & your families during this time.

 

Darrell Malmarowski posted on 12/31/19

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. With Our Deepest Sympathy. Milwaukee Police #415 of The American Legion.

 

Elizabeth posted on 12/30/19

I'm so sorry about your loss.

 

 

Beth Medved posted on 12/30/19

I will miss you my Birthday buddy. ❤️ Your eyes will forever sparkle in my heart.

 

 

Mary Sue Ruschmeyer posted on 12/30/19

So very sorry and sad for your loss. Tim, Brenda and especially Sean will be in my prayers. Prayers, hugs and love to you.

 

Larry Powalisz posted on 12/30/19

My deepest condolences to Nan and the rest of the family. May God watch over you during this difficult time. George was one of the great bosses with Milwaukee Police Department. Was always there to provide advice or guidance in any way he could.

 

 

Gina posted on 12/30/19

May your memory burn bright Sean O’Neil

 

Julie Chang posted on 12/30/19

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Sean. He was a teammate of my oldest son and he coached my younger son in basketball when he was in middle school. He will be missed.

 

Jerry Wawrzonek posted on 12/30/19

George was a caring and dedicated police supervisor. He provided guidance, advice and compassion to his subordinates. Sincere condolences to Chief Nan, his children and family.

 

Conor Kelly posted on 12/30/19

My deepest condolences. Always a treasured friend and teammate!

 

Maureen K. Conklin posted on 12/30/19

I had the honor and pleasure of teaching Sean at ULS. I will always remember his curiosity, charm, smile, and basketball skills. I am deeply sorry for your loss and will keep all of you in my prayers.

 

Tom & Jean Smith posted on 12/30/19

Tim & Brenda, Tom and I were devastated to hear of your tragic loss of Sean. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time.

 

Wanda Huberman posted on 12/30/19

I am so very sorry for your loss. I hope all your wonderful memories will be a blessing.

 

Karl Mayer posted on 12/30/19

God rest your soul, Vic. You were loved by many and will be missed by all who knew you! Good to know that you are now at peace in heaven.

 

Samantha Berry posted on 12/30/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to all family & friends.

 

Helen Horner posted on 12/30/19

Patrick and family we are so sorry for the passing of your father. I didn’t know him well but I certainly remember him being at Summerfest and how Tammy talked about him!

 

Lisa Beyer posted on 12/30/19

Thank you George and Nan for all the wonderful get togethers at your house. You are both wonderful people and I am so glad that I was fortunate enough to share good times with you both. George is safe and happy in heaven now.

 

Niesha Gage posted on 12/30/19

Granny I miss you soo much..I keep Purple all around me just for you! I created my own photography business called Just Smile Because that is all you did. I Love you and miss you! Just Smile Granny

 

Jonathan Rutschky WD6BNY posted on 12/30/19

73 Warren. I will miss visiting with you at every single hamfest. Thanks for helping me with many club projects and welcoming me when I first moved to the area. My warmest condolences to you, Deb.

 

 

Patti Miller posted on 12/30/19

So sorry to hear of her passing, such a sweet lady. I knew her from Waushara Community Church in Wautoma.

 

Kim Kurzynski posted on 12/29/19

Sherry and family, so sorry for your loss. May fond memories comfort you.

 

Berry from Keshena posted on 12/29/19

May love, strength & prayers help you in this most difficult time.

 

Gary Rohrbach posted on 12/29/19

My condolences to the Skorstad family for their loss.

 

Ralph Llanas posted on 12/29/19

I am very sorry to hear of you and your families loss. May God grant you his peace

 

Marguerite Ingold posted on 12/28/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you. You haf her for a long time, treasure that.

 

 

Shannon Miller posted on 12/28/19

Lost but not forgotten. RIP.

 

Linda Braun posted on 12/28/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for your family ❤️

 

Eileen Mary Louise (Wall) posted on 12/28/19

Love & Prayers sent to the Kammler family. Aunt Mary Lou was a wonderful mother & Godmother. I was proud to have her name. I have very sweet memories of visits & phone calls as a child. I still remember how excited I was to receive a handmade item she made for me for my birthday. Love, Eileen Mary Louise

 

kathy s posted on 12/28/19

She is still with you

 

Jean V Kupsik posted on 12/28/19

Dear John, and Laurie, So sorry for your lose. May God's healing light shine upon you as He has on your dear Mother.

 

 

John and Laura posted on 12/28/19

We're going to miss you so much. Love you.

 

 

Mary Williams. Tony Kearney posted on 12/28/19

God saw she was getting tired an a cure wasn't to be. So he put his arms around her an whisper, come to me. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us he only takes the best. It was a honor to have met your mom. I am so sorry for your lost.

 

Jessi doersching posted on 12/28/19

I am So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with your family. Go spread your wings and fly....

 

Jill Peterson posted on 12/28/19

Thinking of you all in this time. Prayers and love to your family. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Patty zganjar posted on 12/27/19

May sweet memories give you comfort at this difficult time. Ed and Patty Zganjar

 

Gilbert Pernell posted on 12/27/19

Although the storms keep on raging in our life's we can rest assure that we have a creator who can speak to the contrary winds! Praying with and for each of you with sincere thoughts, remember this is not the end of the story rather its her beginning for she is a solider in the army of the Lord!

 

Dan and Joyce Bulinski posted on 12/27/19

Jack was a great friend. We had some great times with Rosemary and Jack and those memories will remain in our hearts.

 

Thomas J Huebschen posted on 12/27/19

I am so sorry to hear of his passing. Now he is with my father Jim Huebschen they were best friends. Prayers fro the family

 

 

Dana (Kammler) Mangan posted on 12/27/19

We had many, of great times, at Squirrel Lake. Aunt Mary Lou and Uncle Bud, will always have a special place in my heart- and childhood.

 

 

Dan and Sandie posted on 12/26/19

It truly is a very sad day for us all to say goodbye to you so soon. You will be missed by everyone who has been blessed with crossing paths with you. I have known you, and worked with you since the early 90's. And though time has caused us to drift apart, I am proud to have known you and will always remember you as one of my closest friends. Our deepest sympathy to Kathy and the rest of the family. Ride on my friend

 

Phyllis and Don Fraley posted on 12/26/19

Many fond memories of sharing with Carolyn our love and families with identical twin brothers from the first child, Wendy, through all our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. We all loved you and appreciated your kindness and cheerfulness.

 

Barbara Stoffel-Emde posted on 12/26/19

I am so grateful to have shared a friendship with this remarkable and faithful woman. She was often like a second mother to me and always a mentor. I’m comforted that she is in the arms of Jesus and reunited with her beloved husband. Until we meet again, dear Carolyn ...

 

Barbara Stoffel-Emde posted on 12/26/19

I’m so grateful to have shared a friendship with such a remarkable and faithful friend. She often was like a second-mother to me and always a committed mentor. I’m comforted that she is in the arms of Jesus and reunited with her beloved husband. Until we meet again on the other side...

 

Annie K. posted on 12/26/19

Curt, I truly enjoyed getting to know you and work with you. God opened his arms and welcomed you!

 

Jeff & Nancy Sala posted on 12/26/19

So very sorry for your loss! Larry will be missed. Prayers to you, Lois and family!

 

Stephanie Christian-Lobley and Family posted on 12/26/19

Yolanda and Loreal, ...... for you.... my deep condolences and prayers for strength and comfort in the days ahead

 

Stephane Christian-Lobley and Family posted on 12/26/19

Yolanda and Loreal, ...... for you.... my deep condolences and prayers for strength and comfort in the days ahead

 

 

Cindy Evans posted on 12/26/19

“Wherever a beautiful soul has been there is a trail of beautiful memories.”♥️

 

Leah Rivas posted on 12/25/19

My sweet Nana, we miss you already but rejoice that you are home with Jesus celebrating this Christmas with Popop!

 

Lauren Montgomery posted on 12/25/19

Natey and I miss you so much, grandma. We hope you’re playing with Emma and Brody again. Your sea urchins can’t wait to see you again soon. Not a day goes by that we don’t miss you.

 

Lauren Montgomery posted on 12/25/19

Natey and I miss you, grandma. Your sea urchins hope you’re playing with Brody and Emma again. We can’t wait to see you.

 

Bob and Mary Bratel posted on 12/25/19

Kowalke Family, We are so sad to hear of Ron's sudden death, We shared many great times together, and will forever cherish those memories. R.I.P. Ron

 

Jane Byrd posted on 12/24/19

Annette was an immediate friend, who shared many special times with our family. She had an unmatched zest for life, loved nature and the wild outdoors, and was gentle and caring, and lots of fun to be with. She quickly became "family", and leaves a hole in all our hearts. Thank you, Annette, for sharing yourself with us. We will miss you dearly.

 

Judy Flannick posted on 12/24/19

Dear Kowalke family, I am so sorry for your loss. My husband Patrick and I were friends with Ron for many years. Many happy memories!! Our prayers for all of you and God bless.

 

 

Linda Gaus posted on 12/24/19

Prayers for you Lois!

 

Jodie Withers posted on 12/24/19

Annette was a beautiful lady who became a source of love, smiles, and strength in our family. Who Loved my brother and that's a wonderful thing. I will miss you so much Annette, but I believe that you'll always be with us. Thank you for the love.

 

Gregory Ray posted on 12/23/19

Truly missed. A gentleman, friend and enjoyed riding with him. Always a kind word to say. . Home now my friend

 

Dr. Alfredo Cintron posted on 12/23/19

Thankful to God for the life and ministry of a wonderful mother-in-law.

 

 

Skye posted on 12/23/19

Curt you guided me through some of toughest times, you were also there for me through the funniest times. You are one amazing person to have been able to say I met you is one of the biggest blessings. You made the work day much easier and the after session of margaritas and darts a blast. Losing you is the biggest lose I have taken this year. You will never be forgotten. Love you always Skizzy(;

 

Amy Holzhausen posted on 12/23/19

Our family was blessed to know and love Aunt Annette. She had a ready smile, quick wit, and warm hug everytime you saw her. Our thoughts and prayers to you all.

 

Kathy Jones Abrams and Lille Mcgee posted on 12/23/19

Heartfelt thoughts and prayer to the family. May God give you comfort as only He can.

 

Ron Bethia posted on 12/23/19

Bob, you will be missed by many, I enjoyed our time at CBPD, RIP brother, job well done.

 

 

Richard Mescall posted on 12/23/19

Really enjoyed the short time we spent together in Tennessee. Godspeed !

 

Frank & Sue Bontempo posted on 12/23/19

Dora you will surely be missed we are so sorry to hear about Dora’s passing Sue and I will keep your family in our prayers during this difficult time Love Frank & Sue Bontempo

 

 

Frank & Sue Bontempo posted on 12/23/19

Dora you will surely be missed

 

Cindy and Paul posted on 12/23/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Curt was an amazing man, and will be missed.

 

Chris Daly and Mary Sweet posted on 12/22/19

So glad to have known you. Heaven gained an Angel, and another bright star was added to the night sky.

 

 

Roni Winchell posted on 12/22/19

You will be missed so very much!! It was my pleasure getting to know you!!

 

 

Robyn & Dennis posted on 12/22/19

Miss you Curt. Heartfelt condolences to Kathy and all your loved ones.

 

Jules posted on 12/22/19

To my happy go lucky always smiling dart partner. You loved your southern comfort and cokes. Forever two wheel friends .........ride those roads in heaven. Till we meet again.....

 

Jules posted on 12/22/19

To my happy go lucky always smiling dart partner. T You loved your southern comfort and coke. Forever two wheel friends .........ride those roads in heaven. Till we meet again

 

russ prusak posted on 12/22/19

just learned of bob's passing..he was the best FTO CBPD ever had and a very decent guy and a credit to our profession..rest in peace my brother in blue....Russ Prusak...President Smoky Mountain Lodge #31 Fraternal Order Of Police

 

 

Johnny Spain posted on 12/22/19

Our prayers are with each one of you.

 

 

Paulette Locke-Newberns posted on 12/21/19

I will cherish the time spent with MaryAnn two years ago at our last High School Reunion. Such a sweet spirit! My prayers are with the entire family.

 

Steve, Diane, Toni, Brandie, Crystal, Ashley and Brittany Milewski posted on 12/21/19

Lynne, Leslie and Chloe, We are so saddened to hear of the passing of Mark. I know the GREAT love he had for all of you will live in your hearts forever. May you all find strength together with family and friends in this difficult time.

 

Marcia posted on 12/21/19

I am so so sad to hear about Mark. I worked with him and will always remember his smile, his positive attitude and his endearing love for his family

 

Jennifer Johnson posted on 12/21/19

Very sad to learn of Mark’s passing. He was a friend to all he served in Childcare. He never met a stranger. Just gone too soon.

 

 

Alvin Johnson posted on 12/21/19

I am saddened to learn of the loss of Mark and wish to express my sincere condolences to Lynne, family, and friends.

 

Thierry Barker posted on 12/21/19

Precious in the sight of our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ, is the death of a saint. Praying for her entire family (children, grand, church & friends).

 

 

Debbie posted on 12/20/19

Miss you

 

 

Debbie posted on 12/20/19

Miss you

 

Angela Clay posted on 12/20/19

God promised never to leave us and will certainly be with the family

 

Angela Clay posted on 12/20/19

Mary Hinton

 

 

Alex and Angel Walker posted on 12/20/19

We love you Mark.

 

Marcus and Cindy Walker posted on 12/20/19

Our deepest condolences to Mary, Michael, Mary Elizabeth, Lynn, Leslie, Chloe and everyone in the Mitchell family. We are praying for you during this very difficult time. We love and miss Mark very much.

 

Sister KC posted on 12/20/19

To Tina and the entire family. So saddened to hear of your mother's passing. May the wonderful memories comfort you now and for the days ahead.

 

Therese, Donna Keri and Mary posted on 12/20/19

Mark was our licensor on and off for many years. We will miss hearing his many stories of his family that he loved so much! He was always willing to help anyone who needed it. Mark always gave great advice and let everyone know how well they were doing. May all the love and wonderful messages help to comfort you in this time of sadness.

 

Judy Echols posted on 12/20/19

Pastor Mary was my spiritual mentor and confidant. She was an example to me of how I should always persevere, pray without ceasing, be consistent in my walk, and also stand with my head held high in the face of adversity! I am grateful for all of the spiritual wisdom and teaching she shared with me over the years while working together in the Women's Ministry. I will be praying in the days ahead that the comfort of the Holy Spirit rest in the hearts of her daughters, her family, and all of us that had the pleasure of being blessed by her life.

 

 

Donna Sylvanovich Mitchell posted on 12/20/19

Mark always had a wonderful smile and warm hug whenever we got together. Such a big hearted person who was there for whenever someone needed help or support. The best brother-in-law someone could hope for! I miss him!

 

Mary Dean posted on 12/20/19

Mr. Floyd Dean,Mary Dean sends our deepest condolences and prayers to Pastor Mary Hinton daughters Lana and Diane. We bless the Lord for her legacy and sweet memories that will be cherished forever.

 

AnntoinetteMarie Williams posted on 12/20/19

The Williams family bless the life of Pastor Mary Hinton. A role model and mentor to many. Our condolences to your daughters. We bless your legacy. AnntoinetteMarie & Wesley Williams.

 

 

Lorraine Reeves posted on 12/20/19

May the Comforter (The Holy Spirit) Comfort every heart at this most difficult time! We look forward to the First Resurrection, when we shall see our beloved Sister, Mother, grandmother, Aunt & Friend again! Never to depart again. The Reeves Family: James, Lorraine & Eulaonda Reeves

 

Lorraine Reeves posted on 12/20/19

May the Comforter (The Holy Spirit) Comfort every heart at this most difficult time! We forward to the First Resurrection, when we shall see our beloved Sister, Mother, grandmother, Aunt & Friend again! Never to depart again. The Reeves Family: James, Lorraine & Eulaonda Reeves

 

Christine Rankins posted on 12/19/19

Minister Mary was a true camper that love the Lord, family, friends, and people in general. She was a great speaker and teacher. You will truly be missed. Rest!!?

 

De Aabidah posted on 12/19/19

My heart is truly broken. Pastor Mary was a true Saint. I always looked forward to seeing her and her warm loving smile at church. I loved hearing her teach, because I knew she was authentic. I repeat, she was a true saint!

 

DE posted on 12/19/19

My heart is truly broken. Pastor Mary was a true Saint. I always looked forward to seeing her and her warm loving smile at church. I loved hearing her teach, because I knew she was authentic. I repeat, she was a true saint!

 

Michelle H. posted on 12/19/19

I had the pleasure of working with Mark for many years at various centers. He had previously worked with my mother and later my sister. He spoke so highly of his family and would often share stories of his daughters. He was my licensor but he was also a mentor. I learned a great deal about licensing from Mark. He was very patient in teaching. He could be a stickler but he wanted the best for children. I will remember his voice and smile and more importantly his stories of growing up in Milwaukee and of his girls while they were growing up. Aside from work, Mark reminded me what it was like to be a parent and in his very wise way- reminded me to enjoy the time with my own children while continually stating how fast it goes by. He often asked about my children and family while he caught me up on his. His wisdom and positivity will forever be missed. He was truly a pleasure to work with and I am honored to have been able to do so. May God continue to bless your family. You are in my prayers.

 

Michael Bell posted on 12/19/19

Jim, you always looked at things from the higher point of view. I never saw anybody get as excited as you over the beauty of butterflies. Chatting with you ALWAYS brought a smile to my face. Say hello to our friends and my son Michael.

 

 

Benita Mustin posted on 12/19/19

May God wrap his arm around you all doing this difficult time.

 

Anita R posted on 12/19/19

I met Mark while working at the YMCA. Mark would come for a camp visit and not only would he talked about rules & regulations he would tell his whole life story. From him growing up on Keefe Ave, his daughters going to Milestones as kids, and then how they went off to college lol there was never a dull moment with ole Markie Mark! Mark pushed me to open my own camp and now I have 2 businesses. He was a great motivator, teacher, and an awesome person. Mark will truly be missed and I appreciate every lesson learned even if it resulted in a fine. REST PEACEFULLY OLE MARKY MARK

 

Barb and Jack Tekiela posted on 12/19/19

We just heard about Burt's passing. Jack and I often speak of you both when we pass the now-closed St. Florian School. Burt was a delightful person. We really enjoyed working with you all at the many fund raisers. Condolences to you and love and best wishes.

 

Darryl and Yvonne Griffin posted on 12/19/19

Life is such a very precious gift and death a treacherous enemy. How we long for the day when our enemy will be conquered and real life can be enjoyed forever as God promises! Until then it's been my family's prayer to our Father that He comfort each of Mrs. Hearn's dear children, grandchildren, family and friends. Please accept our sincere expression of condolences.

 

Joan Davis posted on 12/19/19

Judy sorry to hear of you mom's passing

 

Mary Jo Selinsky ANG posted on 12/18/19

Annette: a fun woman with a huge loving heart, positive, encouraging, living life to the full, taking every opportunity to enjoy life, to grow and to be for others. Thank you for being such an integral part of my life, Annette, and our growing up years.

 

LaTanya Dozier posted on 12/18/19

How I will miss my beautiful grandmother. My life has been enriched having known and loved her. I will never forget the summers we shared visiting Birmingham Alabama. Family was very important to her, and she wanted to instill that same love in me. Those road trips with her will be etched in my mind and heart forever. The laughter, awesome home cooked food, and love on those trips were the best, even the occasional needed discipline was always given with love. Grandma was full of sayings, and her wit was never in short supply. She will be missed and forever cherished. Love... LaTanya

 

Cinda Stricker posted on 12/18/19

I am shocked and saddened to hear of Mark’s passing. I worked with him for many years at the State of WI Dept of Children and Families where he was an active advocate for children and always ready without complaint to assist his supervisors and peers. Mark will be missed by his colleagues and the larger child care community. I offer my heartfelt sympathies and wish the family comfort in their memories.

 

Kathy Hay posted on 12/18/19

Dear Karen, Sending prayers and sympathies to you, Robert, and Bob’s family. You have been a source of strength, support, and comfort through so many struggles. May you now feel God’s healing peace at this time. Kathy Hay

 

Christine Basta posted on 12/18/19

Lynne and girls~ Sending my dear condolences. Shocked and saddened to read this. Praying for your strength. God Bless Mark always

 

 

Deb Slominski posted on 12/18/19

Thank you for embracing my daughter, Mandy, and treating her like family. My thoughts and prayers with Lisa, Michelle, and the rest of the family during this time.

 

Deborah Hall posted on 12/17/19

In Memory of our loving Aunt Mae Ruth! Always remembering the love and connection to family that she showed, we will cherish our Summer visits and continuous laughter. We've learned about style and grace from our aunt. Forever in our hearts are memories that will comfort us. Nieces: Gloria, Joyce, Deborah (Inez's girls)

 

 

Karleen Winkelman posted on 12/17/19

Dave so sorry to hear of Mary’s passing she will be truly missed God bless.

 

Carolyn kiewit posted on 12/17/19

mark was a good friend of mine I would not forget his laughter sorry for your loss Lynne from the Kiewits

 

Carolyn posted on 12/17/19

mark was a good friend of mine I would not forget his laughter sorry for your loss Lynne from the Kiewits

 

Jessika Geneus posted on 12/17/19

Chloe, we at TMS are so so pained to hear of such a significant loss. We are all sending our condolences to your family during this difficult time.

 

Andrea James posted on 12/17/19

Our love for you is forever cousin Mark. We’re so deeply grateful for the years we had together. You have always been a shining light of loving positivity and uplifting spirit. Godspeed beloved cousin!

 

 

susan dixon posted on 12/17/19

We worked together for many years at St Lukes. My condolences to his family.

 

Charity Bower posted on 12/17/19

I was the Licensing Chief in Mark’s office for a few years. Although I’ve never met you, Lynne and girls, I feel as though I know many things about you. I was always struck by how Mark spoke so lovingly of his girls. You were always on his mind. He will be greatly missed by everyone who loved his effervescent personality. Peace be with you and your entire family.

 

Gary and Lois Billingsley posted on 12/17/19

Dear Ruth, may your heart be blessed with the strong Christian life your mother lived and loved. Our prayers are with you and your family.

 

Tammy Herritz posted on 12/17/19

Dear Lynne, My most sincere condolences to you and your family. Such a tragic loss for you & your daughters. May memories of him help you get through the difficult days ahead. You are in my prayers.

 

Erica Berg (née Silverberg) posted on 12/16/19

Very sorry to hear this news. Condolences to family and friends.

 

Carol Kraemer Johnson posted on 12/16/19

So sorry to learn of Mark’s passing so unexpectedly. He was a great friend during our college years. Although we haven’t seen each other in many years his passing makes me so sad not only for Lynne and his daughters but so so many friends and relatives who miss him greatly. Rest In Peace Mark.

 

Joe Domer Family posted on 12/16/19

Our friend for so long what an inspiration you were to all of us. We send along our condolences to your wonderful family who you loved so much. We'll miss your great smile, positive energy and always kind words, Mark. Prayers and love to Lynn, Leslie and Chloe.

 

Gigi posted on 12/16/19

My cousin Mark! I love you! Know that we will watch over Lynne and the girls just like you would do for us-forever. You never stopped giving-something all of us can learn from!

 

Patty Dunn posted on 12/16/19

My condolence to the family for your loss.

 

Carolyn posted on 12/16/19

Mark was a good friend of the ymca I will miss his smiles

 

Noreen & Robert Collins posted on 12/16/19

We are very saddened to hear of your loss. We've known Mark for about 18 years. He was our licensor for the YMCA and we got to know him and his family through the many stories he shared with us! He always kept us on our toes! He always shared his love for Milwaukee, his family, and growing up in the Y! We will miss his presence, stories, laugh, smile, and encouraging words. We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers. He will truly be missed!

 

Becky Gaynor posted on 12/16/19

To Mark's Family, We are so sorry for the sudden loss of Mark. Mark was our new state licensor and we met him in November when he visited our center. While he was here we got to see his sense of humor, his smile, laughter, and love of his job. He talked so positively about his daughters and how much they meant to him. We appreciated his professionalism, charisma, and character. We are going to miss his visits! Please know we will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Take care, Becky Gaynor Children's Community Center Menomonee Falls

 

Jess & Emmanuel posted on 12/16/19

I don’t have the words- we literally just saw & sat with you for hours! You said “ ok Jess, see you in the morning” But God sought differently. You have definitely left an amazing impression on us with your last encouraging words! and we’ll make you smile from above. To his brother( I’m sure of your name) but he always talked about how proud of you he was and how you attended a prestigious College! He would always say “ I come from a educated family, and I’m proud to say it!” To his daughter He just laughed and told us a story how he “butt dialed you” So many stories that would lead to hours of good company and conversation. He adored his family and talked about you all non-stop! Mr. Mark, We appreciate you! Rest Peacefully

 

Sherry Williams posted on 12/16/19

To the family of Mark, I send my deepest condolences to you all. Mark was my licensing specialist for over a year. He was truly an all around great person. He kept us on our feet, gave us tons of advice and was a great mentor to our childcare family. It seems surreal but God has a better plan and even in the midst of our storms He is still good. My prayers are with you all. Mark will truly be missed.

 

Tony Paige posted on 12/16/19

My deepest condolence to the family of Mark Mitchell (my friend and my co-worker). I pray that God will comfort and strength you in your time of need. Whatever you need I am making myself available to the family. Just remember “Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal.”

 

Betty Sargent McGarvin posted on 12/16/19

Lynne, Leslie and Chloe - Our hearts go out to you and the sudden loss of Mark. He was a great husband, father, friend and all around awesome person. We have great memories of the times we spend with Mark and all of you when the kids were growing up together. The impact he had on so many lives will be cherished. Gone to soon, the loss of an outstanding man. May he RIP and watch over all of you.

 

Shirley Braggs posted on 12/16/19

I’m sorry for your loss, Mark was my licensor for two years. He was an amazing person. He always had a story to tell me when he came to my sight, of a prior visit at someone else sight for my violation. He will me missed.

 

Shirley posted on 12/16/19

I’m sorry for your loss, Mark was my licensor for two years. He was an amazing person. He always had a story to tell me when he came to my sight, of a prior visit at someone else sight for my violation. He will me missed.

 

Youlon and Derek Savage posted on 12/16/19

To Mary, Lynn and other immediate family members, please accept our condolence for your great loss. Mark was a great guy who will be sorely missed by all of us who loved him.

 

April Greenman posted on 12/16/19

Mark's passing is a devastating loss for the Milwaukee community. I learned so much from him when he visited our YMCA School programs. While he was my licensor, I also considered him a friend. I will miss you. Peace.

 

Darlene lewis posted on 12/16/19

Condolences to my cousin susie's family and friends.may our Lord and Saviour comfort you in this your time of sorrow from her loving cousin Darlene Lewis and family.

 

Mike Henderson posted on 12/16/19

Condolences to all in Suzy's family from the family of Uncle Carroll and Aunt Mary, Rockford. Mike & Randi.

 

Tarome Alford & Milva McGhee posted on 12/16/19

Our heartfelt condolences is being sent to Lynne, Leslie and Chloe. We are saddened to learn of the passing of our brother Mark. Our years of being friends and family will always be cherished. Your laughter and words of wisdom will stay with us for a lifetime. Rest in peace my brother.

 

Karen Bradley posted on 12/16/19

Mark, my cousin, my friend, my sometimes little brother. He was truly a rock for our family. He will be forever missed and forever loved. Rest In Peace dear cousin.

 

Wendy Bahr posted on 12/16/19

My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. May God give you the peace that you seek. I had over the years worked with Mark. He will be missed.

 

 

Kathleen Rehorst posted on 12/15/19

Lynne and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of grief and sadness.

 

CHERYL BRAASCH posted on 12/15/19

I'm so sorry for your loss. I remember when she learned to make an Indian dish of chicken and rice. She was so excited to make it for Gerry and I and the kids.

 

Mary Newman posted on 12/15/19

Lynn, so sorry for your devasting loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Andria Hall posted on 12/15/19

I am at a loss for words....Mark was always the life of the Rite Hite Family YMCA. He had the best stories, life lessons and laugh and always brightened our day. Mark will truly be missed. Rest in heaven dear friend.

 

RICHARD SCHULTZ posted on 12/15/19

Dear Shirley: My deepest condolences on the loss of Gerry. I remember Gerry well as a kid who played MANY hours with Larry, Sis, and Betty at Kaisler's house on 114th St. We have met several times - most recently at both Elmer and Maxines funerals. Again, I'm sorry for your loss. My best wishes as you are confronted with new challenges without Gerry. Dick Schultz

 

Patricia posted on 12/15/19

I'm so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to the family. I worked with Sue for many years.

 

Briona Conway posted on 12/15/19

Mark was my school age and day camp licensor for several years. I was initially scared of him, but I grew to know and love him. His visits lasted hours because he LOVED to talk. I appreciate all the knowledge and shared advise. He will truly be missed.

 

Tammy Ulbing posted on 12/15/19

I will always hold my memories of you close to my heart Auntie Barb.

 

Dan and Loree Bourbon posted on 12/14/19

Rick, We send our deepest condolences we will keep all of you in our prayers If you ever need a shoulder we are always there for you

 

Lawanda Williams posted on 12/14/19

Everyday without you doesn't seem right I still can't get over the fact that your gone. I make myself think that your in Texas and I haven't talked to you in a while it's hard on our family we really need you and one day I hope we all get the chance to see and hug you and never let go love grandma ❤️

 

 

Katie Trella posted on 12/14/19

My condolences to the family & many friends. Mark was an amazing man & he will be missed by many.

 

 

Sonja Coster posted on 12/14/19

I will always treasure the great memories! Rest In Peace Mark!

 

Barb Horner posted on 12/14/19

I was one of the Sweet Adelines that sang with Viv in chorus for many years in AZ. During her last few years in AZ , she was the bass in our 'Joyful Four' quartet and we had great times entertaining nursing homes etc. We have missed her much and now there are just a Joyful 2 left, as both our bass and tenor have gone on to a heavenly chorus. Great memories, of retreats , conventions and just plain fun.

 

Michele Stalewski posted on 12/14/19

To Sandy's Family, You have my deepest sympathy. Sandy and I bowled together so many years ago. Our team was bitchin' - we had a lot of fun & even won some trophies. Rest in Peace my friend.

 

Robert Keefe posted on 12/14/19

Rest in peace my friend. You were the best owner/boss ever. God needs your help feeding the wildlife. Robert Keefe

 

Walter Emil Woodward posted on 12/14/19

To my favorite aunt Mae Ruth Hearn who was a key part of my up bringing. I love you and will miss your loving council, those never ending Sunday through Saturday meals, especially those 4 layer pineapple coconut cakes, and cursing me out when I needed it. Although you were the last survivor of your siblings you were the 1st in your love for them all. You will be missed dear auntie. I love you. Your loving nephew Walter.

 

MONIQUE JONES posted on 12/14/19

To Gary and family, our prayers are with you; may your faith and love of God provide you with the strength and comfort you may need at this time. Love Monique Jones and the Fikes Family

 

Georgia (Mothers) Robinson posted on 12/14/19

My God my God condolences go out to Sandy's family you talking about a wonderful person that will be missed in the name of Jesus she was my sister for real such a joy to be around and a wonderful wonderful person I for one is going to miss her truly thank you Jesus for the short time you let her be in my life

 

Carol Knudson posted on 12/13/19

Jane was a kind, gentle, and gifted person. She will be kept in loving memory by her 1959 SMA classmates. We would like to express our condolences to her family.

 

Holle and Richard posted on 12/13/19

So sorry to hear about your dad Dennis. He was such a gentleman. Always fun to be with.

 

Peg Wheeler posted on 12/13/19

I’ll always be sorry I didn’t say yes. I’ll always love you . Be at peace.

 

Daniel "TWODOGS" Gaetz posted on 12/13/19

Rest in peace my brother

 

Kimberly Fein posted on 12/13/19

Dave I am so very sorry and shocked to hear about Mary. I’m sure you will have wonderful memories of your very kind and beautiful wife. My condolences to all the family.

 

Autumn F posted on 12/12/19

Whoa, this is strange. Doesnt feel real tbh, you were always a person I've had in my mind as someone who would be around forever. To do something wild and possibly life changing. Just so so very strange that you no longer exist on earth here anymore. At least in a physical form... I'm at a loss for words. I dont know what to say but for some reason I think I should start with my first encounter with you. I started my first year at franklin elementary for 6th grade, my assigned seat was at a table you were also seated in. There are two conversations I remember having with you. 1) the video game Rambo 3. 2) the song paralyzer- finger eleven for some odd reason. I remember these two conversations so distinctly because I was a shy kid in grade school especially this year, josh apparently was an outcast but one who definitely wasn't afraid to stand out. When no one else spoke to me that first day of school, Josh did. I met a friend. (: of course years later we crossed paths again. He was the best friend of my boyfriend at the time.... (honestly can't even begin to understand the pain Zack is going through at this time... I pray he's holding up) these we're 2 crazy leather jacket wearing punks on their own agenda. I enjoyed watching them together that one summer. You could tell they really cared for one and other and were literally having the times of their lives. I was a major cunt at the end of this summer, unfortunately. But I still need to make it a point that Josh was a trend setter, a person people wanted to be like, be around, be influenced by. He was creative, fun, and overall had amazing vibes. I wish I had been able to tell him this. I wish I'd done and said things differently. But that's what's crazy about lives.... they are given quite quickly but taken from us even quicker. Joshua Russo...RIP. I swear, you will always be remembered.

 

John and Rose Frymark posted on 12/12/19

sorry to hear about dottie passing were also sorry we are unable to make the funeral services

 

 

Dd posted on 12/11/19

Aaliyah we did not get to spend as much time as we wanted to and if I could go back in time I would spend the rest of my life with you. You made a impact on my life as a person and I love you sooooo much I was not ready for you to go your we’re my favorite person in the world and still are

 

 

Harvey & Tamikio posted on 12/11/19

A true jewel she was that certainly will be missed. Praying for you and the Family Sis. Tina. Luv Ya

 

Lucia and Dan Jentz posted on 12/11/19

Our prayyers are for Jane and she will be missed.

 

Chris Sullivan posted on 12/11/19

Don was a wonderful person. Like family. He will be greatly missed

 

 

Angela duncan posted on 12/11/19

I love you sandy

 

Tom & Loretta Conway posted on 12/11/19

We are so sorry for your loss. We are going to miss her too. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Don and Debbie Krause posted on 12/11/19

Growing up at Bethel, Don Holmstrom was a man to be admired! He was a man of prayer! He always had time to listen. He loved playing on the baseball team. He was good friends with my sister, Marilyn and Bob. They worked together on many projects for th church. One incident I remember. The young couples had a “round robin” night. My sister, Marilyn, had the soup. I was babysitting for my sister and cleaned up her kitchen! I dumped the soup and cleaned the pot! I never lived that down! I am sure they are reliving those memories in heaven!

 

Daryl and Linda Kallberg posted on 12/11/19

Don Holmstrom played a significant role in our lives as we arrived in Milwaukee as young people in ministry. Don and Mary were loving, caring people who encouraged and befriended us with their godly influence and kindness. Don had a great enthusiasm for Bethel softball - which he passed on to his son - and those Monday nights have many good memories thanks to Don. The last time we saw Don, he asked if we could believe how old he was! We said no, and he said he couldn't believe it either. What a great man and a great friend.

 

Donna Byrum posted on 12/11/19

My condolences to the Stich family. while Jane and I were good friends as children we had lost touch with each other. However I have many wonderful memories of her. I regret that I had not made more of an effort to keep in touch.

 

Adaugo Ogike posted on 12/10/19

Mommy, missing you!!

 

Don and Debbie Krzewinski (Niece) posted on 12/10/19

Uncle Jeepy ~ You are loved and missed so much! So happy for the time we had together...you are home now.

 

Nancy & Tony Pless posted on 12/9/19

We are very saddened to hear of Mary’s passing unfortunately we didn’t find out until Dec. 8th. Sorry for your loss.

 

arthur frank posted on 12/9/19

Sandra was one of the special people that you might be lucky enough to meet in your lifetime and become friends with, and it would be a friendship that you would cherish for the rest of your life. Thank you Sandra for allowing me to be one of the people who you let into your life as a friend. May God cherish you as I have, and take you into his arms as one of his own flock. May you be blessed and may you rest in peace. Amen. You will be sorely missed.

 

Tracey Merrill posted on 12/9/19

My sincere condolences to all of Sandy's family and friends, aka Sandy Dandy in which I called her for seven years, she will truly be missed by her Hilltop family. Rest easy Betty Boop, my friend.

 

Melissa “Wax” Pinter posted on 12/9/19

So tremendously saddened by Sandy’s loss. The world is a lot less happy place without her in it. Love to all who were lucky enough to know her!

 

 

Ruben Garibay posted on 12/9/19

You were fun to be around with, enjoyed being around you.

 

Gay Donovan posted on 12/9/19

My sweet, wonderful sister Sandy was not only my sister but my best friend. Growing up, we did everything together. She was so sincere in all she did and simply just loved life completely. When she would come here to visit we would spend hours and hours just laughing! Being only 13 months apart, we were more like twins than anything. I will always remember my dear sweet sister. I know she has her Angel wings and is in her heavenly home with our Lord and Savior. She will be with our Mother and Father, he nephew and Godchild, Timmy and will finally meet our oldest brother Bruce. I cry not for you Sandy, but for me with life without you. I love you as miss you already!

 

Kim Brennan posted on 12/9/19

So sorry for your loss. She will be dearly miss at Mamies. Especially at the packer days

 

 

Jane posted on 12/9/19

To my big brother, my movie buddy, my watching sports buddy, my spend holidays together buddy, my fix my toilet buddy, my stand beside me in tough times partner, I will forever miss and love you. Jane

 

Douglas Husted posted on 12/9/19

Rest in Peace dear Mary. You will be missed cousin..

 

Nancy Meyer posted on 12/9/19

She will be remembered for the combination of glamour and great fun.

 

melinda adams posted on 12/8/19

Always enjoyed Jane and her unique outlook on life. Memories - so many. One of my favorite: she shared that being a twin meant she had to share her birthday. So, I did a happy unbirthday dinner for her complete with cake. A little more scary memory was trying to teach her how to drive. Some years later she did master this skill. We were young together and I always thought of her as still young at heart.

 

Karyn Roelke posted on 12/8/19

Mary was a truly kind and friendly lady, and she will be missed terribly by everyone in the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight family. I feel honored to have known her.

 

Cassaundria posted on 12/7/19

Mama I still think of you everyday. I love you so much. Rih.

 

Aunt Beth posted on 12/7/19

Valerie Sending prayers for your entire family. I'm thinking about you.

 

Makita posted on 12/7/19

I needed you but GOD needed you more. What can I say other than Thank you, thank you, thank you. Thank for you being the best husband, the best father, the best Paw Paw, the best brother, the best cousin and the best friend that anyone could ever ask for. You were such a great provider and I thank you for always making sure that your family was taken care of. I remember you working 3rd shift & you coming in from work in the morning, mama handed me over to you so that she could go to work. You would always lay me on your chest and we would fall asleep. Ever since, we had a bond like no other. You were my everything. You taught me how to fish, you taught me how to work on cars, you taught me how to fix things. You taught me so much and I just want to thank you. You were such a hard working man and it never went unnoticed. I understand why you worked so much and trust us, we are all very appreciative of it. I must say I will truly miss rubbing in your hair. I'm going to miss my business partner. I'm going to miss my heart, my daddy. You know we are going to take care of mama, just as you would. You said you wanted another family gathering and I must say, this one will top it all. We are definitely going to have a celebration, because YOU were something to celebrate. So go ahead and rest on my angel. I must say job well done. Love you daddy. Love always, Your business partner, your baby girl Makita

 

Bruce Knight posted on 12/6/19

Rest in peace Mary. You will be missed dear cousin.

 

Ron Borowski (SSHF) posted on 12/6/19

RIP Mary.

 

 

Peggy Luckow posted on 12/6/19

We will always hold fond memories of Mary. She will be greatly missed. May she rest in peace. Don & Peggy Luckow

 

Jack Barnes posted on 12/6/19

My prayers are with you and the family

 

 

Paula posted on 12/6/19

Mary class 1967 will miss you.

 

Loletha posted on 12/6/19

God has gained a handsome angle I'm going to miss you Black so much but you will have a special little place in my heart we loved you but God loved you more your work here was done we had a special bond that no one else could understand but us you will be truly missed love your Boletha

 

Lydetrs posted on 12/5/19

I am truly sorry for your loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Love Lydetra

 

Nirmala S. Bangalore posted on 12/5/19

May dear Mary rest in peace. We are related through the marriage of my older son, Nitish to David and Mary's second daughter, Jeanette Lyn. From the beginning she accepted us despite completely different backgrounds. Mary was like a younger sister to me. We will all miss this beautiful, gentle lady. May God bless and give strength to the whole family to carry on. Shantih/Peace

 

Karen Brown posted on 12/5/19

God has taken another angel home. Your faith is strong and God will see you through your grief. Mary will always be close, in your memories & love. My very deepest sympathy to you David & the family.

 

Richard Knetzger posted on 12/5/19

Once again, Mary is hale and hearty, in the hands of God. Prayers in abundance going forward for Dave to move him on through this time of remorse.

 

Laurel J. Darby posted on 12/5/19

Kind, gentle and caring are wonderfully accurate words to describe Mary. She is a beautiful soul who will remain in the hearts and souls of all who know her. To your family, I am so very sorry for your loss. You are all so lucky to have had her in your lives, as are we, her friends. May God richly bless you in Heaven, Mary.

 

Denise Pollnow posted on 12/5/19

My heart and prayers are with! I will never forget he SMILE!

 

Paul Belsky posted on 12/5/19

I am deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. My condolences.

 

Tyleia posted on 12/5/19

she was the best caring loving person I knew if she didn’t have it she would make a way I love & miss you dearly granny save me a spot till we meet again ❤️.

 

Bonnie Wilson posted on 12/4/19

I’ll always remember our trips to The Oyster Bar for giant shrimp cocktail and clam chowder and how you enjoyed it. Then we would have fun playing slots and you always brought me luck. And how you smiled entering the hair salon. I will miss you dearly. God speed Jeanie... You are The Champ!!! Love you. Your Sister-in-law-in-Vegas

 

jim budzien posted on 12/4/19

I am shocked to find out about MARK. He always was a GREAT help to me with equipment I needed for restaurants. I will sure miss him as i know you all do. Very sorry to hear the news to late today

 

 

Georin posted on 12/3/19

Those ribs where the best...

 

 

Gwen Davis posted on 12/3/19

Uncle Cboy I will always remember hom as a man with a great heart! He loved family . I will remember all of the things that you shared with me .s Your light will always be with me . I love you Uncle C boy rest in heaven!

 

Katrina Howard posted on 12/3/19

My prayers go out to the entire LaGrant family at this time. I love each and every single one of you all. May God grant peace and understanding.

 

Angel and the Perkins family posted on 12/3/19

Sending our deepest condolences to family. We love you all and we will lift each and every one of you up in prayer.

 

 

Katrina Howard posted on 12/3/19

ALWAYS WAS THE FUNNIEST, KINDEST, AND WARMEST PERSON TO ME! He was LIGHT and light was Uncle Cboy! You will be missed terribly! Love always, your niece, Katrina.

 

Robert Balmer posted on 12/3/19

I worked with Umesh for many years at UWM. He was an effective and dynamic leader. Recently he and I shared space in the engineering emeritus office. I have great respect for him and mourn his sudden passing.

 

 

Paul krentz posted on 12/3/19

Loved mother

 

Edward Beimborn posted on 12/3/19

How sad...Umesh was a scholar and good friend. I know him from the time he arrived at UWM. He was conscientious, hard working and a gentle person who cared about students and the university. He continued to contribute to his profession after retirement. I would often see him in the emeritus room as he worked on special projects and helped students. I will miss our discussions and his good nature

 

K. Vairavan posted on 12/3/19

I have known Umesh since his early days at UWM. I will always remember him as a thoughtful, gentle and warm colleague who contributed much to the College of Engineering and Applied Science and to his profession. May he rest in peace.

 

Jean Opitz posted on 12/3/19

We just saw Dr. Saxena at the UWM College of Engineering & Applied Science Emeritus Luncheon Oct. 30, 2019. We lost a friend, teacher and overall kind person. May he rest in peace.

 

Olivia Juhl posted on 12/2/19

Mar, Kevin and Lauren, I can’t imagine a stronger family than you guys. The love and care you gave Patrick was truly incredible. Even in the hardest times, you made sure that Pat was living a full life and I know he was so grateful for that. Your patience, perseverance and never ending devotion to him was amazing! You are in my thoughts and prayers. I love you all like family. Patrick, Your genuine smile, contagious laugh and kind spirit will never be forgotten. You always have and always will have a very special place in my heart. I am so very grateful for all of the wonderful memories I have of our fun family get togethers, lake days and game nights. You have shown such strength as long as I can remember, but especially in the last two years of your life. Your incredible will to live and the love that you had for your family was second to none. I feel so blessed to have known you. Love and miss you always, Olivia

 

 

Mona Dine posted on 12/2/19

A staple of my childhood and will never be forgotten.

 

Mary Kokalj posted on 12/2/19

Liz, you have our sympathy on the loss of Dave. You and your family are in our prayers. Sincerely, Ken and Mary Kokalj

 

 

Diane Lyman posted on 12/2/19

Best godmother ever! Lots of great memories with the Larsen Family!

 

Kim Huit posted on 12/2/19

Kevin was my first point of contact at the VA. I worked with him in the logistics department. I’ll always remember his optimism, great spirit and energy. Praying for strength for his family.

 

Kim and Chuck Bequeaith posted on 12/2/19

Our prayers go out to you at this very difficult time. Pat was a good husband, father, and helpful friend to many. As like many others, he took the time to work on several of our vehicles. Marianne, you had such love for Pat and you were so lucky to have each other. I admire how you were selflessly always there for Pat, making the extra effort to keep Pat strong and comfort him. Kevin and Lauren, I am thankful you were fortunate enough to grow up knowing your father, and he was able to have many extra years with you. Your parents did a great job raising such fine young adults. You all have so many great memories to cherish. We are thinking of you all.

 

Kavi & Rekha Shanker posted on 12/2/19

A teacher and guide life long. Soft spoken. Affectionate like a fatherly figure; caring as a mother. Younger, loved ones have lot to learn from him.

 

Cheryl Handley posted on 12/1/19

Condolences to the LaGrant family. May the comforts of God be with you during this time.

 

Ramesh & Sudha Pujara posted on 12/1/19

Dear friend since before 1975. Always gracious and caring. May his soul Rest In Peace and may God give strength to family and friends.

 

Christina Lehrke posted on 12/1/19

The Cleary family is in my thoughts and prayers. I wish you the best through this extremely tough time. From the times I saw Pat ill you all did an absolutely amazing job taking care of him, I know he couldn’t have been prouder to have had you all. He will never forget everything that was done for him. Sending healing prayers❤️

 

 

Ann & Len Niggemann posted on 12/1/19

Our condolences to the LaGrant family. Charles, rest in eternal peace.

 

Larry Dux, Chair Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Industrial Advisory Board posted on 12/1/19

Dr. Saxena was a friend and advocate for all students enrolled in the Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering program at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (UWM). He was especially interested in the work of Industrial Engineers in healthcare settings. He was active in the Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (now the Wisconsin Chapter of HIMSS) for many years, I had the privilege of speaking to students in his class on several occasions. He was a valued faculty member and leader at UWM and he will be missed by all who knew him.

 

 

Maria F. Torres posted on 12/1/19

Dear family, in my daily prayers for the Lord’s comfort and strength, remembering her sweet smile and her kind heart.

 

 

Dr. Sanjay Singh posted on 12/1/19

A gentleman and scholar, a good father, a great friend may you rest in peace

 

 

Joanne Feypel posted on 12/1/19

The brightest smile I ever saw. We will miss her deeply. Her memory will never be forgotten.

 

Renee Taylor posted on 12/1/19

I have only recently met Alanna through church collaboration but have found her to be a strong and beautiful representation off all the good she shared about her dad. Her giving heart through her relationship with her father speaks a wonderful testament to the presence of God in her life and family. May God bless you all in this time of remembering and honoring Bob and each other.

 

Stephanie Sherman posted on 12/1/19

2007: I was a new mom. Honestly, unsure of what I was doing. My dear friend & neighbor was always there for me: to chat, guide, laugh & listen. Watched Jake in a pinch. She & her husband Rich were downtown trailblazers. Their lovely condo was one of the first conversions from raw space to absolutely lovely. She was amazing w/the condo to match. Filled with fun, spirit & zest- I wanted to be her. She set up a Christmas tree for Jake in the lobby. Sent a basket of food & drinks via rope to friends celebrating on our public patio. Wore her wedding dress to her anniversary dinner at the Pfister. Held the best St. Patrick’s day parties on the planet. She lived & loved life to the fullest. I’ll miss this lovely lady. She changed me, loved me. Lifted my spirit with hers.

 

 

Gerda Kay posted on 12/1/19

Love you aunt Kitty. God Bless❤️

 

Victor Ray posted on 12/1/19

Carmela you are now with no pain, soaring with Angels in heaven reunited with those you have loved. Today at Mass we celebrate Hope. You have deserved your Hope for a better place. We remember you my friend and that giant smile you gave so freely. Save us a place....and watch out for your family and friends here on earth. Be free of pain...and keep loving.

 

Jeff Mierow posted on 11/30/19

Pat and I created a special friendship back in the early 80s and it normally was related to hunting which we both enjoyed. Pat hunted on our farm in Pewaukee where he harvested many great bucks. His joy of hunting was a special bond we had. When he would come to my office after checking his wildlife cameras I could feel the excitement of showing me the pictures. The calls I would get from him with what he saw that night were fun. We spent many late nights tracking and dragging nice bucks back to his truck. Pat was a talented mechanic and even replaced an engine for me out of his garage. Your frienship will be greatly missed. It was a great bond and trust we had for each other. I will miss you dearly.

 

Mary Rogers posted on 11/30/19

My deepest condolences. I worked with Joan at Humana for several years, and she was a pure delight to work with. I will miss her smile!

 

Ann Narus posted on 11/30/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Know you have my love and support.

 

James R.Dove posted on 11/30/19

Wishing You Strength For Today, And Hope For Tomorrow. A Friend Co-Worker James R.Dove 15548 W. Oakridge Court Surprise,AZ 85374

 

 

Nikki posted on 11/29/19

I am sending my condolences to the LaGrant family from the Butler Family Rest in heaven

 

Peggy Riemer posted on 11/29/19

Seemed to have missed that he had a older sister. What about his 3 nephews and niece? He also has a nephew that passed away. I never stopped loving you my chipmunk cheek brother. I love you to the moon and around the world.

 

Scott Droegkamp posted on 11/29/19

It’s hard to comprehend-at least for me, when someone that you know well and is close to you, as Pat was passes away. I could ask him for advice/help in fixing anything mechanical, as he was very talented. He was always willing to help me with any kind of project and we would always enjoy each other’s company. We enjoyed many years playing softball together, and many memorable times with family and friends, especially on Lac La Belle. A different picture of Pat with his contagious smile goes through my mind lately, that leads me to believe we will meet again Hoping That our Heavenly Father holds Marianne, Kevin, Lauren, and the rest of the family “ever so close”, as they go through the grieving process. Love Scott

 

Lisa Droegkamp posted on 11/29/19

Dearest Marianne, Kevin and Lauren, Pat will truly be missed by many, but none more than the three of you. He was a wonderful husband and amazing father. My family and I have been blessed to have spent so much time with your family over the past thirty years. I know he loved you all so much. Your love and devotion for him was so evident. Pat was, as his doctor said a “rockstar” He was so strong thru his battle the last 26 years. I know he gained his strength thru the three of you! I am in awe of the love and care you have given Pat. Marianne, the way you continued to work with him on his speech and exercise his body on a daily basis so it remained as strong as possible was amazing. The way the three of you made his last couple years as meaningful and joyful as possible was a gift to Pat. You continued to take him to movies, out to eat, for walks, tandem biking, visiting friends, horse races, game nights, sporting events and so many other fun family outings. You continued even after it became very difficult to do so. The care you gave Pat was amazing to me. You took care of his physical needs as well as his emotional needs with such diligence and care. Patrick must have felt so good to be so loved and cared for. We were all so blessed to have Patrick in our lives. He was truly blessed to have such an incredible wife and children. We will always miss him and always remember the amazing Man, Husband and Father Patrick was. With my deepest sympathy, Lisa Droegkamp

 

Marie Barker posted on 11/29/19

Dearest Marianne, Kevin, and Lauren This is very hard to do I loved Pat so much he was an amazing husband, father and friend. I loved his hugs I never had hugs like I had for him he truly meant it when he hugged someone. One thing about Pat he always had a beautiful smile, and he was always smiling. Pat was such a good friend to my family we where all family. Pat will always be missed by me and my family. God Bless Pat, Marianne, Kevin and Lauren just know that you have a very special ANGEL in heaven. Love to all

 

Stacey Coleman posted on 11/28/19

I’m very sorry for your loss. May God comfort and give your family peace doing this difficult time.

 

Michel and Bill Wisener posted on 11/28/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Cleary family. Patrick was always so sweet to me growing up, always treating me with a big smile and calling me "Meshe" I know my dad and Patrick are in heaven talking about fishing and hunting and all the Crivitz memories with the boys.

 

Carol Pederson posted on 11/27/19

Kevin, it was my pleasure to be your fourth grade teacher at Madison School. Your cheerful attitude and clever wit would made my day. You will be missed by so many.

 

Kathleen Hatton posted on 11/27/19

Louise was such a dear lady to me. She was the best mother-in-law anyone could hope for. Many holidays and special events we shared together for 23+ years. My grandmother was the country mouse and Louise's mother was the city mouse. They came together and enjoyed so many special times at Fred's and my home. Louise was always one classy lady - smart - fun - positive - loving. She will always be remembered and treasured. Have fun playing sheepshead with John and Fred Love, Kathy

 

Pat Ginter posted on 11/27/19

Kevin, Your dad was a lovely man (the little I knew him while you lived in my building). But, I do know how devoted you were to him, so he must have been a wonderful man. Plus, he raised an upstanding & respectful son! My heart goes out to you.

 

Pat donohoo posted on 11/27/19

Kevin, i feel privledged to be your uncle. Thank you for showing us courage and grace the last 18 months. Say hi to mom and dad from me

 

Sue and Brian Kammers & Family posted on 11/27/19

MaryAnn, Kevin and Lauren - We are so sorry for your loss. I know Pat has been sick a long time but that doesn’t make the loss any less. Always loved seeing him take his walks with the dog and stop for a hello or chat. He will be missed. Our thoughts are with all of you. ❤️

 

Kathy Bruhnke posted on 11/27/19

Dear Marianne, Kevin and Lauren, Thinking of all of you, your husband and Dad was a great guy! So kind, and so sweet. We are so sorry to hear about his passing. We will keep you in our prayers. Sending you much love, Kathy and Bernd Bruhnke

 

Dan and Toni Graham posted on 11/27/19

Pat loved to have baseball games on his front yard for neighborhood kids. He envo u raged them when they did get a hit to run and when to stay on base when their teammate did. Pat taught them many other things, too. Our grandson, Tyler, loved spending time at the Clearys. What a tragic loss they have to face now. We're sure God was with him on his journey home. Toni and Dan Graham

 

Ben Bliss posted on 11/27/19

The world is worse off without Patrick. He would do anything for his family and was the perfect father to Kevin and Lauren. We will all miss him but we should also celebrate his great life and realize he is in a better place. I am grateful to have known him.

 

Denny Barker posted on 11/27/19

I was saddened when I heard about Pats passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. No one can make the pain go away just know if you need a shoulder or an ear we are all here for you!

 

Kathy Zingsheim posted on 11/27/19

Gwen was truly one of a kind. A great, patient, beautiful and kind woman and loving faithful servant of God. Please accept my sympathies although i know very well she is reunited with her love, Clyde and daughter, Sherry. Oh my she will be missed.

 

Peg Zanella posted on 11/27/19

Dearest Marianne, Kevin and Lauren - We will miss Pat dearly... always up for a dog walk or a long discussion about hockey. Carson always appreciated seeing him in the stands at her hockey games, too. He had a great sense of humor and a kind heart. We miss Pat and are so grateful to have been part of his life!! Love, The Zanella’s, Joe, Peg and Carson❤️

 

Grant P Zinnecker posted on 11/27/19

Tommy, Jodi & Patti Donna and I have such great memories of the times we shared with your Mom and Dad. Your Dad was such a kind and caring person who loved life, family and friends. Please know that all of you and your families are in our thoughts and prayers as you remember your Mom and say good bye to your Dad. Donna & Grant

 

Gloria Mosley posted on 11/27/19

Dear Rolanowski family, Please accept my condolence and deep regrets for your loss and I'd like to share where I found help at such a time as this. I found comfort and hope in what I read in Jehovah Gods word the Bible at John5:28,29 there we're told we'll see our love ones again at the resurrection when Jesus brings them back here on earth and at ICorinthians15:26 we're told that this enemy death will be gone forever. With these scriptures and along with jw.org I'm able to cope with my loss and get through each day because now I know I'll see my love ones again and so can you. I wanted to share this with you now when hope and comfort is needed in hopes that this will help you also. Please know that I do share your grief and hope you'll feel free to let me know if this helped in some way. I do hope you'll let me know. Sincerely, GM

 

Pete & Debra gaveras posted on 11/26/19

George and all the Chanos boys were good friends with my father Steve Gaveras. Growing up I frequently would see him or Steve when visiting with Dad. We are all so very sorry for your loss. May his memory be eternal.

 

Heidi Ambos posted on 11/26/19

Ms. Spuehler was my favorite teacher at Marshall High School. Over 30 years later, I still have papers of mine she corrected, as the comments she made were so loving and kind. I saw her at a reunion about 10 years ago and was able to tell her how much she meant to me as a teacher. So glad I got that chance. Rest easy, Ms. Spuehler. I'm a better person for knowing you.

 

Patricia Renfrow posted on 11/26/19

I am so sorry for the family’s loss of Ken, Anneliese and Ralph. I was a friend of Ken’s and was in contact with his mom and dad after he passed, but then moved and lost contact information. I just found their card! I am living in France now but still think of Ken, his love of music and his guinnea pig. He was such a nice man. Please accept my belated condolences.

 

Jerry Roesch posted on 11/26/19

The picture of Keith that was chosen is perfect. It shows him as he was, smiling, personable and ready to help anyone at any time, no matter the circumstance. Keith knew his Lord and followed Him vigorously. His passing is a loss to us all.

 

Mrs powell posted on 11/26/19

We will miss you so much I know you have your wings because no one deserve it as much as you ! I will never forget your simile no matter what was wrong I will miss your Glow

 

Mike Schumacher posted on 11/26/19

Joan Rest In Peace! You were always a joy to work with at Humana!! Mike Schumacher

 

Mike Schumacher posted on 11/26/19

Joan Rest In Peace! You were always a joy to work with at Humana!! Mike

 

 

Karen Coenen posted on 11/26/19

My dear friend, Joan. Simply put an amazing person who could light up a room with her zest and enthusiasm. The memories are endless and at this time of sorrow that we feel, may you rest in peace knowing you positively touched so many lives....truly loved and always will be.

 

Jaliyah Evans posted on 11/26/19

I really hope your resting up love, Jaliyah. Ima miss you so much man.

 

 

Michael Billings jr posted on 11/25/19

I love you little bro and im going to make it to the top for you.

 

 

Latiesha miller posted on 11/25/19

I wish I had a chance to meet you in person little cuz no more pain and suffering watch over everyone until we meet you again

 

 

Latiesha miller posted on 11/25/19

I wish I had a chance to meet you in person little cuz no more pain and suffering watch over everyone until we see you again

 

MJStrehlow posted on 11/25/19

Thank you

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 11/25/19

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 James' name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Michael Hall posted on 11/25/19

Green burial may look the natural way of burial but, it needs some courage to place our beloved one directly in the ground.

 

Brian Krill posted on 11/24/19

Deep condolences from Wyoming..may you all find peace and healing - The Brian Krill Family

 

Diane Powers posted on 11/24/19

Keith I may have only know you for a few years, but you will be missed. You are with our Lord.

 

Stacy Hoeft posted on 11/24/19

We are sorry for your loss, hugs to everyone during this difficult time. Miss Stacy and Xavier

 

Mary Pat and Brian Thompson posted on 11/24/19

Dear Molly, we are so sorry for your loss. May your strong faith lead you and your loved ones, through this most difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Tisha Arther posted on 11/24/19

Rest in heaven. Please say hello to my father Zeke Parker Jr. Praying for the whole entire family.

 

Jane Martin posted on 11/24/19

To all the Harris siblings, we send our deepest sympathy on the loss of your sister, Donna. We wish we had been in Wisconsin to have attended the memorial. We greatly admired her and will truly miss her. Quinn and Jane Martin

 

 

Jennie Kesselring posted on 11/24/19

I'm so very sorry for your families loss

 

Marikay Letherer-Kartz posted on 11/23/19

To cousin Colleen and the entire family: Jim was a remarkable man. I always enjoyed visiting with him on the Letherer farm and in Okeechobee. He taught my daughter to solve the Rubics cube in less than a minute. We certainly have missed them both since their travels were done. I'm sure he is golfing with my dad in heaven!!! Love to all, Marikay Letherer-Kartz and family.

 

 

Kathy & John Smith posted on 11/23/19

To the entire Schultz Family, Sending our sympathy to each and everyone during this time. Our cousin Jim was a special person always interested in the history of our family. Whenever he was in Michigan he always made an effort to visit all his living Aunts and Uncles and believe me, those visits meant a lot. Whenever I would come to Wisconsin with Uncle Bert and Aunt Madeline your dad made sure that I was taken care of. I bet when he entered the gates of Heaven he was greeted by his mom and dad with a great big hug! Uncle Bert probably said; What took you so long?? Losing a parent is tough, but knowing that we will see ALL our loved again and that will be for eternity. God Bless and Heaven has another good person. Love, Cousin John and Kathy (Schultz)Smith

 

Sherry Cruz posted on 11/23/19

First of all I want to give my deepest condolences to the family Bob was a great man funny kind and Yes wise as it came to cars, I was at Lynn and Bob's home he changed my oil and had me rotate my tires on his direction it was a great day!! Roxann and I were best friends I was always over at the house and joined the family in many things be it camping or dog sitting or just hanging out! Bob you will be deeply missed!

 

Terry posted on 11/23/19

Rest In Peace dad

 

fildena posted on 11/23/19

Thanks for finally talking about >Let's 'Paws' for a Moment | Krause Funeral Home <Liked it!

 

Terry Goodman posted on 11/23/19

Dearest Molly and Family We were so sorry to hear about your beloved Kevin Please accept our deepest sympathy and love at this very difficult time in your life Terry and Jay Goodman

 

Ralph Cowan posted on 11/22/19

We were very saddened to learn of Diane's passing. She was a great friend and a real pleasure to work with for 20 years. A true professional. We have missed "Aunt Diane" in our business world. Ralph, Ron and Mike Cowan

 

JANICE PURINS posted on 11/22/19

Your mom was delightful! You are in my heart! XOXO, Janice

 

 

Lenore Sprague posted on 11/22/19

Deyon was an amazing talented young man who will be forever in our hearts. Prayers to the family

 

Cary J Merkl posted on 11/22/19

So sorry to hear of your loss. You are in my prayers.

 

Mike Polinske posted on 11/22/19

My deepest and sincerest condolences to the Pruitt family. Jan was a very dear friend of my mom Shirley and all our family. She was a very selfless and caring woman who loved all her family. She will be missed on this side of heaven but lives on in the wonderful memories that you all carry in your hearts and minds.

 

Carol A Grube posted on 11/22/19

Lorraine was my first friend when I moved to Willow Brook apartments. She was the kindest person I ever met. We would sit for hours talking about family. She talked mostly about the twins. I will miss her.

 

Christine Gasperetti posted on 11/22/19

Tim & I will miss Aunt Lorraine. We looked forward every Christmas for her card with her pictures of her adventures during the year. She was a kind woman with a huge heart. You have our sincere sympathy.

 

Amanda Guthy posted on 11/22/19

There are not too many people you meet in life that can Light up a room; but with Erin; no room was too big! Erin's smile made you smile and her laughter was infectious! Her Life was taken away too soon, she will truly be missed. So whenever you think of her smile that would make you smile... And remember her laughter that would always make you laugh... That is the Light she leaves in each of us. May God welcome Erin into his kingdom with open arms, and may God comfort and watch over Kurt and your family. God Bless A

 

Gina Mattson (Gaudynski) posted on 11/21/19

Deb, So sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Carol Spychalski posted on 11/21/19

I'm going to miss my old friend Lorraine, we had many good times together. I was in the Our Lady of Sorrows funeral choir with her (the goodbye girls ), also picked up many lunches from her old house for the Franciscan Peacemakers, and in the past few years the lunches with her. My prayers are with you and her family. May she rest in peace.

 

Carol Pabst posted on 11/21/19

Just want to offer my Sympathy in the death of your mother. Lorraine was in our Our Lady of Sorrows group, she was a delight to know. She will be missed so much. Sorry I could not be with you on Friday.

 

Dr. & Mrs. Dennis Vincent posted on 11/21/19

Dearest Molly and family, We are so very sorry for the loss of your beloved Kevin. Please know that our love, thoughts and prayers are with you always. You have our deepest sympathy and sincere condolences.

 

Rohan Forkner posted on 11/21/19

My deepest sympathy for your precious loss.

 

 

Ann Stokman posted on 11/21/19

Sorry to hear of the loss.

 

David Hill posted on 11/21/19

Kevin, Was truly a pleasure knowing you, talking to you and working with you. You were a great man and the world needs more of you; not less. I admire you as a family man, father and supervisor. It hurts saying goodbye to you but I know you are in a better place; pain and worry free. Rest in peace knowing you are loved,respected,admired and missed. The world got a little colder now that you are gone.

 

Michael Donohoo posted on 11/21/19

Kevin..my son....you showed us a courage and grace in the last 18 months that can only help make all of us better people for the rest of our lives. While we are heartbroken right now I for one can also rejoice knowing you are finally out of pain and rejoicing in the choir of angels. We promised you we will look after your family which will be our privilege. Rest in peace my loyal and faithful son. You have made us all so proud to have known and loved you.

 

Linda Martinez posted on 11/21/19

Jim, our deepest sympathies and condolences to you and your family. May Jayne Rest In Peace. God Bless. Lee and Linda

 

 

Mandy Messer posted on 11/20/19

My thoughts, love and prayers go out to your family during this difficult time. I’m so sorry for your loss...

 

Barb Perreault posted on 11/20/19

Jim, I know how difficult the loss of your spouse can be. It is so important to lean on those close to you and always remember the love the two of you shared. The good memories will carry you through. My thoughts and prayers are with your entire family.

 

ben burrie posted on 11/20/19

Tom was one of the SUPER PEOPLE that I was lucky enough to know --

 

Connie Nagel posted on 11/20/19

Lorraine was a lovely lady. I've known her for a long time but I didn't see her often, but when I did she would always light up my life. Always smiling and she always seemed happy. I will miss her and her bright shiny personality!

 

Rick Armstrong posted on 11/20/19

I was a student at West Allis Central in the 60's. While we did not have a golf team, Mr. Landgraf had a intramural tournament every year and he was a coach to all the young golfers. I have an award signed E.M. Landgraf, Athletic Director. What a fine man. My condolences. Rick Armstrong

 

 

Robert N Strickler posted on 11/20/19

It's been a few years since I worked with Kevin. But when I did, I was in his office enough to know when there was a recent family trip or milestone in his children's lives. He always had pictures, cards, and art projects decorating the walls. I'm certain all the members of his family know what a great quality husband and father he was; but I wanted to share with you that so many of his friends & coworkers saw that in him too. He was a good man and true. Our sincere condolences, from my family to yours.

 

Barb Reiss posted on 11/20/19

Dear Molly and Family Henry and I are truly sorry for your loss. We will pray for you and your family because we know it isn’t easy. God Bless.

 

Heidi Peterson posted on 11/19/19

I am very sorry for your loss. I only remember meeting Kevin a couple times, but I know the pain you are all going through now. Remember all the wonderful times and know that he will never be forgotten.

 

Eric Thaney posted on 11/19/19

Didn't know Kevin personally, but he was an awesome guy. Sorry to hear about this. Thoughts and Prayers to his friends and family.

 

 

Tim Nott posted on 11/19/19

Always trying to compete with each other

 

Patricia and Daniel Schramm ( April Thaney’s mom and step dad) posted on 11/19/19

We have heard so many good qualities about you from Joe and April. Of the many things we heard your love of your wife and children ands family, your strong work ethic and your courage will always be remembered by all. Your family has a strong role model to follow. Someday we both will meet you in Gods paradise. God bless you Kevin and your family.

 

Jerry & Diane Childress posted on 11/19/19

What a lovely description of a life well lived. Over the years we’ve heard of the selfless life Mrs.Pruitt lived, and it’s nice to also see that her community recognized her value. We’re continuing to keep the whole family in our prayers as you celebrate the wonderful memories of how she touched the lives of all she knew. Sending you hugs.

 

Karen Watson posted on 11/19/19

My deepest condolences to you Karen, your sisters and brothers and the entire family on the loss of your dear Mom. What an exceptional and giving woman she was, and I know an inspiration to all of you, and her grandchildren. She has no doubt earned a special heavenly reward for all that she has given of herself to her own family, and so many others who were the recipients of her love and care over the years. You're all in my prayers.

 

Rochelle Taylor posted on 11/19/19

My favorite memory of Kevin would have to be our Pirate party at the VA .. Kevin really had us going say " Rrrrrrrrr!!" Every 5 minutes.. it helped even the most quiet employee open up and have fun! Thank you Kevin for remind us to laugh and enjoy life.

 

Wm Baird Blackstone posted on 11/18/19

Dearest Donna. I was your student in '63 when you married that remarkable physics teacher Tom Mitchell. You were an outstanding coach and mentor and friend -- Teresa and I so appreciated you and Tom lending us your bicycles back in the 80's when we were back for a class reunion. Tom, you know our love embraces your family. And I thank you, both, for bringing out in me, such as they may occasionally emerge, the better angels so often hidden inside.

 

Tom Tolrud posted on 11/18/19

Jim & I we're very close friends at Peckham Jr. High in Milwaukee. Jim And I remained in contact when Jim moved to (Birmingham?). He later returned and we often had good times at Washington H S and as close buddy's in the precision Demolay Drill team. We grew apart after - High School graduation - after our marriages - and my move to Florida in 1978. Jim's memory and character is special to me and always will be. RIP Jim

 

Tom Tolrud posted on 11/18/19

Jim & I we're very close friends at Peckham Jr. High in Milwaukee. Jim And I remained in contact when Jim moved to (Birmingham?). He later returned and we often had good times at Washington H S. We grew apart after - High School graduation - after our marriages - and my move to Florida in 1978. Jim's memory and character is special to me and always will be. RIP Jim

 

Vickie Bliesner posted on 11/18/19

Nanette, we knew each other all of our life. You lived behind me all of our years as a youth. I left Brookfield when I was 18 but was able to come back from time to time. I did not see you as often as I would have liked but you were never far from my heart, thoughts and prayers. You will be dearly missed but you are in Heaven with our Lord now and we will see each other again.

 

Craig Pelnar (OR) posted on 11/18/19

Dear Lewein Family: So very sorry to read of your loss. My most sincere condolences to you at this time of loss. May God hold all of you in His comforting arms...

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 11/18/19

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 Leo's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Jennifer Fulwiler posted on 11/18/19

I was so sad to hear the news of Erin's unfortunate passing. I just met Erin in August by way of her friend Becky. We had a wonderful dinner with Erin and Kurt and saw a show at the Waukesha Civic Theatre. Erin was on the board for the theatre and spoke of her ideas and excitement for how to improve the theatre for the future. She was clearly passionate about Waukesha, and life in general. Just one evening with her, and her success and happiness were infectious. By the end of the evening, I felt like I had known her for years. Our physical world has lost such a bright light. My condolences to all that were close to her, especially Becky and Kurt.

 

John "Rogue" Herlihy posted on 11/18/19

John it was so good to meet you many years ago through Gary Winn from the AMA and to also bring you to your first motorcycle drag race in Bowling Green Kentucky and introduce you to some of the Harley Racers. Rest In Peace My Friend

 

 

Mary C Burr-Peirick posted on 11/17/19

Nanette, Thank you for a Lifetime of Love and Laughter! You were a Blessing in my life since childhood and always made me feel as a part of your family. I will always be Grateful and Cherish our special moments that we shared as Best Friends! You will Live in my Heart Forever!

 

Mary C Burr-Peirick posted on 11/17/19

Nanette, Thank you for a Lifetime of Love and Laughter! You were a Blessing in my life since childhood and always made me feel as a part of your family. I will always be Grateful and Cherish the special moments that we shared as Best Friends! You will Live in my Heart Forever!

 

Rolf Jägersberg posted on 11/17/19

(((((((((((((((((((((((:))))))))))))))))))))))) may both Rolf and Irmchen rest in peace his name cousin Rolf from Münster/ Aachen

 

Alan Erdmann posted on 11/17/19

Dear John Davidson, If your listening, I enjoyed riding with you on our motorcycles to the Springfield mile. It was something to watch you walk into the room and see all the people light up. We often had different views and it challenged me to think harder making me a better person for it. I will miss you greatly. Your friend Alan Erdmann

 

Kevin E. Martens posted on 11/16/19

I am so sorry to hear of your loss, Jim. Heartfelt sympathy and condolences to all of your family from your friends and colleagues at the Supreme Court Records Management Committee.

 

 

Mark Pellmann posted on 11/16/19

John was a wonderful and loving man. He will truly be missed. All my prayers to the family.

 

Tim Dyer posted on 11/15/19

Words cannot express the sadness I feel for you, Kurt. We were fortunate to have the generous contribution of Erin and Kurt who helped us shoot a short film teaser trailer nearly ten years ago. That weekend on Washington island spent with them revealed Erin’s care for you, and I witnessed firsthand her passionate guardianship of your well being. I know it was only a glimpse into your relationship, but it stuck with me. Both you brother and I who got to know you all from that weekend spent together on Washington island send our deepest sympathies. Erin’s zeal for life and the care within your relationship was evident to all of us who were on the shoot that weekend.

 

Laurel Kashinn posted on 11/15/19

My deepest heartfelt love and condolences to all the family and those who know and love Erin. Such a shock, her sudden exit from the stage. I had the good fortune to meet and get to know Erin just a little, while she served as director of our BNI chapter for about a year. I was immediately impressed by her energy, clarity, focus, and positive attitude. She brought an energy and vitality that touched everyone. While her light will be missed while we remain here physically focused, I am certain her shining light lives on, and she remains with us nonphysically. As it is with those on the other side, may those who love her feel her loving presence in moments of joy. And may her memory be eternal.

 

Mary L Tofte (formerly Mary Hammel) posted on 11/15/19

Where do I start? He taught me so much. RIP my lovely Robert, Thank you for everything. I only just heard of his passing. So sad.

 

Andy Mack posted on 11/15/19

Sorry to hear of your loss

 

Beverley Bergen posted on 11/15/19

I never met you dear sister in law of Natalie but as I read your wonderful tribute I know I would have loved you a fellow adventurer and animal lover sending condolences to all those who loved you and hope to meet you one day in the heavenly park to talk of shared passions. My special love to Natalie and Lola and Jason

 

KENN ANDERSON posted on 11/15/19

So sorry for your loss... Loved John for many years , from teaching at WCTC to being his band (Plumb Loco) at the Bud Pavilion. I just heard about this or would have been there in person. God be with you.

 

Ann Stokman posted on 11/15/19

Sorry to hear of the loss

 

Sandy and Steve Engebregtsen posted on 11/14/19

Our deepest sympathies are with all of you. May God bless all of you and hold you in his arms.

 

 

Andrew Schneider posted on 11/14/19

Always in my heart. You will be missed Erin. I love you!!

 

 

Debbie Monahan posted on 11/14/19

Shine on Erin, you will be truly missed

 

 

Dan & Pat Watkins posted on 11/14/19

Joe & family, we are sorry for your loss of Myrtle. May she Rest In Peace!

 

Bob And Maryjoy Goetz posted on 11/14/19

Dear Terri and Family,I’m am so sorry, to hear about you Mother’s passing she was truly a wonder women now she can be at peace and reunited with your Dad .

 

Mickey Keller Pauly posted on 11/14/19

My prayers are sending support for Myrtle and her loving family as she walks with Jesus into Heavens’ Great White Light. May all of those who love her, be touched with Grace. Myrtle was Magical. Thank you Myrtle, Amen.

 

Mary Ann Collins posted on 11/13/19

Your shinning star will be missed by all. Heaven has gained another angel. It has been our pleasure to have been part of your life. Will miss you.

 

Mary Ann Collins posted on 11/13/19

Your shining star will be missed by all. Heaven has gained another angel. It was our pleasure to know you and to have been part of your life.

 

Laura & Derek Walz posted on 11/12/19

So very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all and sending our love and prayers for peace.

 

Jon Wittig posted on 11/12/19

I lived with Mark in the fraternity house my senior year at UWO. I remember him as a fun loving laid back guy with a low key sense of humor. We had a lot of fun that year and I am sorry to hear about his passing. Jon Wittig Sigma Tau Gamma

 

jm posted on 11/11/19

You will always hold a cherished spot in my heart. Your wisdom& counsel pulled me through to the other side and the best.qay to honor you is to do what you told me... Live. Live without regret or stress. The last three ng you said was I would be just fine. I have to believe that and I know your spirit will always be looking over all of those you helped.

 

Dan and Merry Turner posted on 11/11/19

WOW ! I really don't know where to start. We've known Mark since BCHS. He was always there, and we had so much fun during High School, as an OTRV Rocket playing slow pitch, and baseball with the Brookfield Firefighters at McCoy field. We were also roommates at Oshkosh. So many stories to tell, but I'll just leave it as another dear friend gone too soon. Keep on Trucking Mark.

 

Marion and Don Heinz posted on 11/11/19

Sending sympathy to all the Gaveras Family on the loss of your dear dad, just one year after your mom. May God's love comfort you. Imagine a bittersweet time as he is now together with Del, and they are both pain free and enjoying the gardens of heaven. We have been neighbors for over 30 years and were blessed to know and love them both. It is sad to see the house now and know they are both gone but rejoicing that they are in their heavenly home. Please let us know if we can help in anyway during this transition time. Blessings to you all.

 

Kelly Kraemer posted on 11/11/19

My thoughts are with you all ❤️

 

Gene Haas posted on 11/10/19

Gene Landgraf Family: I was unable to attend the service due to other circumstances, but my thoughts of Gene Landgraf remains vivid in my memory bank. Gene was an active and wonderful participating member of the Whitnall Park Men's Golf Club and we played together quite often. He not only was a good player but a wonderful person to play with. We enjoyed many conversations, since West Allis Central was often the topic of our conversation. I grew up only a few blocks from the original WAC location, watch football games every Friday nite at Central Stadium. But our discussions about the game of golf were most memorable. When i served as an officer of WPMGC Gene helped out numerous times...and I didn't even have to ask him...he just volunteered. Again, Gene Landgraf will be in my thoughts forever. Save a place on heaven's golf course....and I'll even give you one stroke per nine.

 

Chrissy Constant posted on 11/10/19

Sending my deepest condolences to Jon, Scott and family ♡

 

Jay & Mary Fredericks posted on 11/10/19

Our sincere condolence to the entire Ihlenfeld family. After not seeing Mark for years we had the privilege of spending an afternoon and evening with him recently at another dear friends funeral of all places. Really enjoyed that time Squatty so until we do meet again, RIP. You were a good friend to many and will be truly missed, I know.

 

 

Bill and Patty Brown posted on 11/10/19

Mark Rest In Peace You were a Hard Worker and a Great Guy We will miss you and seeing your humor and smiling face at The Old Verbricks The Rockets will toast you on Veterans Day tomorrow Monday November 11 2019 Billy

 

Betsabe Haddeman posted on 11/10/19

She was a wonderful co worker and friend. Nelson will be missed

 

Judy posted on 11/10/19

Jim you are in our prayers. Judy and Dave S

 

Debra Klug posted on 11/9/19

Sue - my heart goes out to you in the loss of your Mom. It is crazy how intertwined our lives are and hard to comprehend our Moms passed away on the same day. All my best to you and your family!

 

Linda White posted on 11/9/19

Left us too soon , Rest in Peace Linda.

 

Michele Colebourne posted on 11/9/19

I was so sad to hear about Nanette’s passing. I worked with her at OB/GYN Affiliates. She was always so kind to those around her and had a wonderful way with words she will be missed! My prayers to all who are mourning her loss!!

 

Lorraine aka Nittykiddy posted on 11/8/19

I came to know your mother in law via aol. what a beautiful woman inside and out. I watched the video and you can truly get the sense of what a wonderful person she was and what a devoted grandma to Joey, Anyone that crossed paths with her weather in life or via aol is richer for her being here...my sincere condolences to the family ...Lorry

 

GLORIA posted on 11/8/19

i knew her from the aol chat room am so sorry for your loss

 

Shosh Meyer posted on 11/8/19

Audrey will always remain treasured in a special part of my heart. She was such a precious friend to my parents, Earl and Elsie Meyer and, especially in these later years, to me. There was no one who was more faithful through the years to our family than Audrey Herden. I will miss her voice, her smile, her words of wisdom and caring, her homemade fairy food, her warm hospitality, her determination to always support those she loved and most importantly, her faith in her loving God. I know she will be missed by Barb and Gerry and all their loved ones. She was an incredible mother and grandmother. May all who loved her be comforted in their cherished memories of an extraordinary woman of faith, love and friendship.

 

SHARON TEYSSIER posted on 11/8/19

SO SORRY FOR YOU LOST...I ONLY KNEW HER FROM THE AOL CHAT ROOMS BUT ALWAYS A NICE PERSON TO CHAT WITH...MAY SHE REST IN PEACE

 

John Meyer posted on 11/8/19

Bernice was my mom Fanny Meyer’s best friend. I remember many visits both at our house and at Bernice’s home on Muskego Ave. Bernice was a very kind and sweet wonderful loving lady. I will never forget her and always miss her.

 

Anne Steinert posted on 11/8/19

My grandma Mary Kroupa was sister-in-law to Bernice. I have fond memories of sitting in my grandma's living room with Great Aunt Bernice, Great Uncle Casper and my grandma, watching them converse. I remember Great Aunt Bernice fondly.

 

Renate Kuk Vanzant posted on 11/8/19

Dear Diane, Sieg and Children, I was so sorry to hear that you had lost your mom and the children their grandma so suddenly. Thankful that her faith in Jesus Christ will make this a homecoming celebration for her and with that hope, the knowledge that we will all see her one day! Prayers of comfort, strength and guidance during this time. Love always, Renate Vanzant

 

Mary Nordin posted on 11/8/19

My grandma was Mary Kroupa, sister-in-law to Bernice. My sister and I have fond memories of Aunt Bernice at all the family showers. My condolences to the family.

 

Abby Franckowiak posted on 11/8/19

Diane and family, We are so sorry to hear the passing of sweet Ella. Her smile brightened any room and she was always so sweet and kind to all of us. Thanks for sharing your mom with us! We will miss her dearly and the regency will not be the same without her. ~Thinking of you and your family during this time~ -Abby and Kelsey from 2nd shift-

 

 

Joan E Wolfgang posted on 11/8/19

My heartfelt sympathy to the family. You are in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

 

Michael Nieto posted on 11/7/19

Patty and Mike, please accept my deepest sympathy on your loss. Your dad and you are in my prayers. Mike Nieto, Gary, Indiana

 

Patty,Steve, Jacob and Jordan Kuk posted on 11/7/19

Tante Ella was always a very kind, loving, wonderful lady. I was so happy she and Onkel Paul moved to Milwaukee,as it was nice to have someone from Bridgeton,N.J.so close by who I've known all my life. I will always cherish the years when we spent Christmas Eve together at her condo in Oak Creek,where she prepared beautiful meals and lovely desserts for us,along with Diane and Ziggy's family to enjoy. She always had a encouraging word when I would visit her at Regency. We would talk about the Lord, her church service there at Regency, our families,etc. We would also sing a song or two. I will miss her dearly. To The Nurnberg family, please know that we are praying that God will be with you all, and grant you his peace.

 

Jen Brunner posted on 11/7/19

Anne Thank you & you will be dearly missed. You were more than a therapist you became a friend. Sincerely, Jen Brunner

 

Toula P. Karides posted on 11/7/19

I was deeply saddened to hear of Steve's passing. In 1948 Steve was Peter's and my "para-koumbaro" and we have been friends ever since. However with Steve's passing, I am now a 'stand-alone' bride. All the people in my wedding picture of so long ago have now passed. Steve was a wonderful person and brought so much joy to many. He will be missed. May his memory be eternal.

 

Jennifer Ward posted on 11/7/19

Josh, You were an adorable little boy. Then a gorgeous young man. I just wish that the family and I could have watched you grow old with us. Jennifer

 

Sandy Taylor aka Sandy McDonough posted on 11/6/19

I remember Mary From the Peanut Gallery and her riding her bike. A wonderful lady and a wonderful family.

 

HL posted on 11/6/19

Thank you, thank you, thank you. I will miss you so much but I am so so so thankful to have met you. Until we meet again

 

lisa trevino posted on 11/6/19

On behalf of the Slice Girls tennis team, we are very sorry for your loss and a donation will be made to Angels Hospice in your mother's name. Continued prayers for your family, we love you Cheryl!

 

Debbie Blasius posted on 11/6/19

Very sorry for your loss. I'm sure you have many wonderful memories

 

Paul Bucher posted on 11/6/19

I can’t express in words that make sense of my profound grief. There is nothing I can say. I love u Jim, Amy, John and Daniel and will always stand with you. I’m sorry just doesn’t seem enough, but there are only so many words. Actions matter so please lean on me if you feel it would help. I will pray every day for your healing. The ENTIRE legal community is with you, now and forever.

 

Gregory Williamson posted on 11/6/19

RIP dear friend and Sister in Law. My condolences to the entire family.

 

Laurie Lampe posted on 11/6/19

Jim and Family, I am so very, very sorry for your loss. Kathy was such a wonderful and kind person. May your memories comfort you at this difficult time.

 

Jan Heidtke posted on 11/6/19

Kathy and family, our prayers and thoughts are with you! We so enjoyed your Mom on the few time we saw her. Now find comfort in the fond memories you have. God Bless! Love, Ray and Jan

 

Susan and John Frary posted on 11/5/19

Our deepest condolences and love and prayers to Dona and family.

 

Susan & John Frary posted on 11/5/19

Our deepest condolences and love and prayers to Dona and family.

 

 

Kourtni Armstead posted on 11/5/19

She had such an amazing spirit. Always believed in everyone and never gave up on anyone. She has touched so many people with her motivational and kind words. This isn’t goodbye it’s see you later. You made such an impact on this world God wanted you early. I love you and praying for your family

 

 

Kourtni Armstead posted on 11/5/19

She had such an amazing spirit. Always believed in everyone and never gave up on anyone. She has touched so many people with her motivational and kind words. This isn’t goodbye it’s see you later. You made such an impact on this world God wanted you early. I love you and praying for your family

 

Sandy King posted on 11/5/19

As Kathy’s neighbor, I often saw her heading off to teach or coming home from her day. She always dressed in a stylish outfit as she headed down the sidewalk with a peppy walk and a smile on her face. I could tell she enjoyed her life. She was grateful for being able to teach and was devoted and proud of her wonderful family. May God bless Kathy’s family and hold them all in His Arms.

 

 

Akquera posted on 11/5/19

I remember the starms days anytime I needed help she was there through it all

 

Kyla posted on 11/5/19

She was someone who strongly believed in her students and I always thanked her for pushing me harder to do my very best and giving us unconditional love.

 

Nancy Ann posted on 11/5/19

My sincere sympathy to all of you. Betty was a special lady, and I still have many fond memories of times spent with her in the past. Scott and I will be making a donation to the food pantry in her memory.

 

Steven Stern posted on 11/5/19

I worked with Franklin for many years as he volunteered his time and talent to the work of Wisconsin Lutheran Institutional Ministries. I remember him as a kind and conscientious man who just wanted to help in any way that he could to touch the hearts and lives of people who were hurting and who had lost their way. in this sense he was a valuable addition to those of us who were visiting people in hospitals and nursing homes and prisons. As Jesus said to those who visited him when He was in prison and who visited him when He was sick, "Well done thou good and faithful servant. In as much as you have done this unto the least of these my brethren you have done it unto me." Thank you, Franklin, for all that you did for your family and your community and your hurting brothers and sisters in institutions. I rejoice that you have entered into the joy of your Lord and are now at rest from your labors. Chaplain Steve Stern

 

Nancie Williamson posted on 11/5/19

So many great memories if times spent together. Thankful that you are low at peace with your true love and free from pain and heartache. To your family I extend heartfelt sympathy and strength to carry you all through the sad days ahead. Be strong and always remember that Diane is now enjoying eternal life and happiness.

 

Mitch Beckman posted on 11/5/19

I'll never forget all the times we had in high school. Being cool, lunch hour being lit, and most of all the countless hours playing Bad Co 2. You were a great friend to have around and I wish we would've continued hanging out more after high school. You'll be missed brother. Hang loose. -Mitch

 

Patti McDougall posted on 11/5/19

To the entire Wittkopf family!! Diane was so blessed to be born into such an amazing family!! The love she was surrounded by must have feel so reassuring and warm. She fought her fight well and now can Rest In Peace. Hugs to all of you❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Corrie McGinnis posted on 11/5/19

I have never learned more from any single person than I have from my grams. The most important lessons. "What would Grams do ?" will forever be my motivation. Forever and always in my heart.

 

Nancie Williamson posted on 11/5/19

You will be missed dear friend but in my heart I know you are happy and at peace now that you are with Bob.

 

Lois Kjer posted on 11/5/19

Aunt Betty was a kind and gentle person. May the care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. My most sincere condolences. Lois Kjer, daughter of Sophie and Gordon Kjer

 

 

Richard Stewart posted on 11/5/19

Deepest sympathy to the family for your loss.

 

Angela (Schwab) and Garylee Boettcher posted on 11/4/19

My angel, this is so hard to believe. I keep thinking over and over again That it was a short nine years ago that I saw you here in Vegas and those are the memories I will keep. You fought a Long battle and you taught me how to be strong. Garylee and I keeping up with the prayers for your family and your friends. My last memory of you being in Vegas will last a lifetime. ❤️❤️

 

Imani Lathen posted on 11/4/19

Dear Kathy, May God Bless and keep you. The work you have done has made a impact on many lives. Teaching was the calling in which you answered! The lessons of hope, encouragement, understanding, and truly believing in students who didn’t believe in themselves. As a co-worker I knew I could turn to you for support and you of course would provide answers to my questions with great knowledge.

 

Michelle Madlock posted on 11/4/19

Mrs Nelson was a Beautiful person and she was a teacher to my grandson and she really cared about the kids and she will truly be missed. I am keeping the family in my prayers.

 

Barbara Kjer posted on 11/4/19

I am Gordon & Sophie Kjer daughter and would like to express my sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved mother & grandmother and my aunt Betty. My parents always spoke so kindly of her and would also have been deeply saddened had they survived her in death. Now they will all share the life everlasting together.

 

 

Morgan Hancock posted on 11/4/19

Josh, words cannot describe how much you will be missed. You made such an impact on everyone you met, and everything you came into contact with. The world lost a wonderfully unique person, and I hope you’re happy where you are now.

 

 

Mary Stefonich posted on 11/4/19

God Bless you all, R.I.P. Joshua J. Russo

 

 

Kristin Ziegler posted on 11/3/19

Thinking about my grandma. Love you! Kristin 11/2/2019

 

 

Kristin Ziegler posted on 11/3/19

Thinking about my grandpa. Miss you, Kristin 11/2/2019

 

Jacque (Mrs. George) Batayias posted on 11/3/19

I am so sad to learn of Steve’s passing. He wa a wonderful man and loved his wife Dolores (Dell) and his children and family so much. May his memory be eternal.

 

 

Eric M Sisk Sr posted on 11/2/19

Hey Ma, just stopping by to say hello!!

 

Angela Garner posted on 11/2/19

I'm very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I was very young when I got to see cousin Carmen and cousin Tony.

 

Jeff & Sue Juul posted on 11/1/19

To John's family and friends, he was a great man and a hard worker. He taught me a lot about life. Also he would do anything for you. I will miss him dearly.

 

Judy Leary posted on 11/1/19

As I read the posted condolences I realize that not only was Barb special to me, but to so many others. 50 plus years of laughter, get-togethers, and talks (plus we sang a lot) - what wonderful memories. We watched our children grow up, helped each other out when times were tough, vacations together, and knew that we would be there for each other when needed. Big kind heart, a joy and comfort that radiated from her presence and always willing to go have fun. Keith and I are so glad that we visited them both in May. I will always miss her, but so glad that she is in a better place - no pain, and with her Mom and Dad. Pat: take care of yourself - take time to heal from your loss of Barb, and know that our home is always open to you and our friendship will never be gone.

 

jim gilboy posted on 11/1/19

To John's family: John always had a kind word or observation in my frequent trips to the station. Old car talk, particularly about Imperials, was always just plain fun. Thank you for being a voice of Hales Corners, a source of local history, and an all around good man. You will be missed.

 

Eric Cera posted on 11/1/19

To the whole Haita family I wish to extend my deepest sympathies and prayers of peace during this sad time. Good fortune caused John and I to meet nearly 30 years ago. Working around and in the Village kept us in frequent contact. John was such a genuine and caring person that even the briefest of encounters never failed to leave me with a smile. The whole community was better off for him being active in it and the support he gave to the police department in particular was immeasurable. We all owe him a debt of gratitude. I pray that as he now rests in the arms of angels that we can honor him by living by the example he gave us. May God Bless you John!

 

Cameo and Rick Gayan posted on 11/1/19

So very sorry to hear of Jackie’s passing. We will always remember Jackie’s smile, it could light up a room. We both worked with Jackie at MPD downtown. We are happy she has found peace.

 

Michael Landre posted on 11/1/19

Dear Karen, I'm saddened to hear that your mother has passed away. My thoughts are with you and your family. Blessings, Michael

 

Julie buss posted on 11/1/19

My hugs and prayers go out to all of you,your father was such a caring man, he gave me a job at the 2nd gas station and would come in to visit me and make sure I was ok! You could tell how much he cared and loved everyone he met ♡♡ Prayers of healing to all of you during this hard time! Keep the memories close to your heart♡

 

Peggy Mitten Schum and Fred Schum posted on 11/1/19

I remember when Pat brought Barb home to meet his family. She had us all at “hello”. We fell in love with her big, blazingly bright smile and her kind, open manner. Over the past twelve years or so Fred and I spent time with Barb and Pat in Door County every other year or so. It was a treat every time, laughing with them and sharing their love for the food and culture and natural beauty of Da Nort country. I treasure the connection we had with them. I’m grateful to have been a part of Barb’s family. I will miss her deeply.

 

Sue Goulee posted on 10/31/19

Debby, our mothers passed away on the same day. I saw your mother's listing when I was checking for my mom's. Our lives are still entwined after all of these years. Please feel the hug I am sending your way and know that I understand how you are feeling. Rejoice, for they are at peace.

 

Barbara Boelter posted on 10/31/19

I worked with Barbara in Brown Deer. She was a wonderful person and teacher. I am sending a donation to the Heart association in memory of Barbara. She had a heart of gold .

 

 

Shari Brunette posted on 10/31/19

Loved my time at JCI working with Larry! Creative, inventive and fun! I still have the cd “wishing you back home”. Will play it again in honor or your love of music and life!

 

Tammy & Reggie Herritz, Ash & Zach Miller posted on 10/31/19

Toni, Mark, Heather and John - my deepest condolences go out to all of you. I absolutely loved Georgie and enjoyed any time that we were together. She was a wonderful lady with a great sense of humor. I'm going to miss her, but am so glad that I had the pleasure of knowing her. I know you have a lot of fun memories that will help get you through the difficult days ahead. Hold onto them. Much love to all of you.

 

 

Fred taylor posted on 10/31/19

Jim was always.a geeat guy and friend

 

Peter Laubach posted on 10/31/19

Barbara, was a true saint as is her husband Patrick. I can only agree with all the posted descriptions of Barbara: kind, generous, upbeat, sincere, loving and all the other wonderful things said about her. My pastor has often said that the Christian life is a life of service. This describes not only Barbara but Patrick as well. We all know that she is free of pain now, and watches over us as she watched over those who needed her during her life.

 

Judy Parnau posted on 10/30/19

My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family during this most difficult time. Susan was a wonderful woman whose life was cut too short. Praying for strength and peace for the family.

 

Gene Brunner posted on 10/30/19

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

 

Mike and Connie Thull posted on 10/30/19

Martin, we're so sorry to hear about Roxanne. I had the privilege to work with her on several occasions at St Joseph's Hospital in West Bend. She was a great asset to the Informations Systems Dept there and friend and neighbor. Our deepest sympathy to you and Rozanne's family.

 

Mike and Connie Thull posted on 10/30/19

Martin, we're so sorry to hear about Roxanne. I had the privilege to work with her on several occasions at St Joseph's Hospital in West Bend. She was a great asset to the Informations Systems Dept there and friend and neighbor. Our deepest sympathy to you and Roxanne's family.

 

Mike and Connie Thull posted on 10/30/19

Martin, we're so sorry to hear about Roxanne. I had the privilege to work with her on several occasions at St Joseph's Hospital in West Bend. She was a great asset to the Informations Systems Dept there and friend and neighbor. Our deepest sympathy to you and Roxanne's family.

 

Kathie Stelzner posted on 10/30/19

What a true blessing Barb was to the entire family. I am married to her cousin Chuck Stelzner. This has hit him especially hard as he always said, she was the angel in our family. She took all of life's curveballs and made them into blessings with the magic wand of her heart. So thoughtful and loving in everything that she did in her life. I know she will remain a true Packer fan, rooting for her team from heaven with her cowbell❤

 

Jess posted on 10/30/19

Granny: A motivated, multitalented, artistic introverted, soul... So enthusiastic over wildlife and nature. You were a progressive pioneer to recycling prior to the environmental movement. Your environmental wisdom forced during wartime, when supplies were rationed. Yes historically, you survived and endured numerous tragedies that unified generations to come: The Depression, WWII, Kennedy and Martin Luther King assassinations, and The Towers. Personally, you endured far too many untimely, painful loses of close loved ones. Now is your time to rest Granny. Be reassured the language you taught me was pure compassion a gift, I am eternally grateful for.

 

Apolonio M. Ortiguera posted on 10/30/19

I will cherish the memory of the many Simbang Gabi masses we attended and coordinated as active officers in the Filipino Catholic Ministry (FCM).

 

DELORES KASUN posted on 10/30/19

I GREW UP NEXT DOOR TO JOHN. MANY GOOD MEMORIES, MY BROTHER NICK KASUN AND I WISH YOU THE BEST

 

DELORES KASUN posted on 10/30/19

I GREW UP NEXT DOOR TO JOHN. MANY GOOD MEMORIES

 

D. Jones posted on 10/30/19

So very sorry for your loss. My son and Larrys son from 1st marriage in 1969 found the obit and was saddened that he was not included in children of Larry. He is Brian Christopher Burrus 1st child of Larry Burrus, born in marriage Dec 24, 1969. But, again very sorry for family loss.

 

Bob posted on 10/30/19

Sorry for your loss Tuozzo Family and friends. Our condolences. Rest in peace Linda.

 

Mary and Chuck Snyder posted on 10/29/19

Remembering Susan as a young girl playing in the neighborhood. So sad to see her life cut short. Condolences to all her family.

 

Erin/Brenna Hansen (and Rick and Caleb) posted on 10/29/19

So sorry to your family!! You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Hoping you all find some comfort in this difficult time.

 

Mary Jean Fisher posted on 10/29/19

I agree with all the comments posted. She was my niece-in-law, and one of my favorite people. So is Pat. the other half of this great couple. They are and were always special as part of the Mitten family. My condolences from me and my family too.

 

jerry schnoll posted on 10/29/19

Dear Argentina, My heartfelt prayers and hopes that the grief will be taken over by loving memories and a smile will come more often than tears,as time passes,when you think of Larry.All my very best wishes for you at this time, Jerry

 

 

Don and Janese Baket posted on 10/29/19

Thankful for all the wonderful memories! The cookouts, dinners out, listening to you play, your many stories and just having you for a friend. Loved and never forgotten ,

 

Sandy Blum posted on 10/29/19

What a beautiful EARTH ANGEL my dear friend Barb was. I will never forget when I first arrived at Dean School starting my new position. Barb reached out with her big heart and took me under her ever sheltering wing. We were instantly connected and became "sister friends"over the last 30 yrs. Barb was clearly a Bright Light on this Earth. ️Her selfless devotion to her family and friends was neverending. She gave with all her heart and saw the good in everyone. I know she has left enduring footprints on my heart, and all of us blessed to have known the gift of her compassionate and empathic love. Rich and I send our sincerest sympathy out to Pat, Katie, Kayla , Nyrie and Emma, Michael and Cathi, David, Mary, William and Ann Marie. ..and all her extended family. I know your loss is great...She is forever your "Angel in Heaven" now. God knows her purpose in loving and making a difference on this Earth has been faithfully done. Goodbye to my dear" sister-friend." I'm so grateful that God blessed us with each other.

 

 

EEE posted on 10/29/19

God finally took you home to be an angel. You touched the hearts of many. You will be missed by those down here. Safe journey to heaven.

 

Brian & Elizabeth Eastman posted on 10/29/19

Your dad was so kind and welcoming to Brian and I. I will miss seeing him driving his truck around Hales Corners. Please accept our deepest sympathies as you endure the pain of losing your husband, father and Grandpa.

 

Donna Wolff Crenetz posted on 10/29/19

God Bless Linda, may she rest in peace!

 

Tim Helmer posted on 10/29/19

Pop's & I send our condolences. Wishing your family peace to bring comfort, the courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you. Your father was a Great man and he raised a Great family. Rest in peace Mr.John Haita you will be truly missed

 

Katie Smith posted on 10/29/19

This was one of my favorite pictures of you! We had such a great “Girls Day” at the spa with the twins! I remember being so excited to surprise you with this! You did so much for us, all of us, and always made our family your number one priority. I couldn’t have asked for a better Mom and best friend. Thank you for choosing me, and for loving me through it all. I will forever be missing one of the biggest and greatest pieces of me now that you’re gone. I love you to the moon and back Mom. Enjoy Heaven! You deserve all the peace in the world.

 

Tony st louis posted on 10/29/19

Sorry for your loss

 

 

Pete and Sara Smith posted on 10/29/19

Mom, I know the final smile, just before you left us, meant that you were reunited with Dad. All the best of eternity with your loving husband and friend. Love, Pete and Sara

 

 

Amanda L Hitchmough posted on 10/29/19

My condolences goes out to the family of "GRANNY". Loved dearly my many. You have finally made it home to enjoy and reunite with the family that has been awaiting your arrival. The Matriarch has arrived!!!!!

 

Tim Cooney & Family posted on 10/28/19

Our sincere sympathies to you all.

 

Cheri Kusak posted on 10/28/19

My deepest sincere prayers of comfort and blessing to Sharon and her family for the loss of her Dad. May the Lord bring peace to your hearts during this trying time. (I am a friend of Sharon's at St Matthias Parish at the 4pm Mass on Sat.)

 

Bob Zarwell and Kathy Zarwell posted on 10/28/19

Dear Natalie and Family, and the Becker Family, We will always remember John for his humor, talent and desire to help others. Love to all of you. Peace.

 

Carolyn & Ken. Nawrocki posted on 10/28/19

We were so sorry to hear of Rogers passing....we always had nice visits when we met him on our walk around the block.

 

Hala Askar posted on 10/28/19

My sincere sympathies are with all of you, your dad was a wonderful man, and I cherish the very few hours I spent with him a few years ago.

 

Dennis and Sharon Polzin posted on 10/28/19

The loss of a Dad is never easy. Wishing you all peace and comfort during this difficult time.

 

Maricay Miller posted on 10/28/19

My deepest sympathies. I worked with Linda for many years at Resurrection Hospital. I so enjoyed seeing her at our reunions to both catch up on our lives, families, etc. and to reminisce on our past escapades. She will be missed.

 

Alexander Slobodsky posted on 10/27/19

Thank you for being real. RIP

 

Chris Reiter posted on 10/27/19

My deepest sympathy and profound prayers to Debra, Jerry, Steven and Natalie. Your mother and grandmother is home with God.

 

Laura Dritlein posted on 10/27/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. So sorry.

 

Mary Ann Touchet posted on 10/26/19

What are the prayers said for a Polish person after death. Thank you

 

Cathy Healey posted on 10/26/19

I am so sorry for your loss Deb. I never met you but I met Warren through my friend Robert Ranney. We attended fish fries and some other ham events. I remember how kind and patient Warren was. He was a good man and I'm sure he will be missed by many whose lives he touched.

 

Jack & JoAnn Hunt posted on 10/26/19

Wonderful memories of your Mom will stay with you forever. Memories of the people we love and adore stay with us forever. May she rest in peace.

 

Richard Radmer (kc9pel) posted on 10/26/19

Deb, I'm so sorry for your loss. Warren will truly be missed. I once joked with Warren and told him he should not be on Ham radio. You see it is for amateurs and Warren was a professional. You could always come to warren for a question and he would always be able to help you. Sorry I could not make to the church and again sorry for your loss.

 

Sharon and Dan Bieszk posted on 10/26/19

We loved speaking time with Bill- a true gentleman with a ready smile and great Witt. You made the world a better place!

 

JoAnn k Herczeg posted on 10/26/19

RIP dear friend... you will be missed but not forgotten. Till we meet again...I will miss our cocktails together.

 

Jeanie posted on 10/26/19

Missy miss you like a sister. I know you are at peace and out of pain and that is wonderful, you suffered far too long but you did it with grace. God Bless

 

 

Bill McTague posted on 10/25/19

Don and Family, I had the honor and pleasure to have met your Mom on my trip to Wisconsin. Such a classy and beautiful soul. Please know that you’re all in my thoughts and prayers. My sincere condolences and admiration for the love and care you gave so lovingly during her final time with you. Bill

 

Rick and Eileen Rakowski posted on 10/25/19

Heidi, So very sorry for your loss of your sweet Mom. She will be deeply missed by so many. BIG hugs

 

amanda hense posted on 10/25/19

hey Grandpa, I just wanted to say that I am so happy to call you my Grandpa and with all the memories we had as a family I will never forget you. I love you very much and you will be dearly missed. And I am so happy to be called your granddaughter.

 

Chuck and Carol Kau posted on 10/25/19

Our condolences to all of you on the passing of your mom, grandma and great grandma. In time, may your memories bring you comfort. Chuck and Carol Kau

 

 

Jessica Higgins posted on 10/25/19

Such a wonderful woman! Anytime in her presence was warmth and laughter. Prayers to her family.

 

Dale Webler AB9DW posted on 10/25/19

Warren was a very early contact when I received my technician license in 2010. He has been a collaborator and a friend. His ability to stay in control of his emotions even in the face of angry rhetoric was a great attribute. His knowledge of Ham radio was vast and he always shared when asked. I will miss him greatly.

 

Amy Anschuetz posted on 10/25/19

Oh my dearest Natalie. I am so very saddened to hear of John's passing. You have always been such a strong woman. Continue that strength and know that I am praying for you in this very difficult time. I am really beyond words. But John fought the good fight and can finally rest in peace. Amy.....

 

Rozzy Roz posted on 10/25/19

My condolences to the family with God's speed on your healing!

 

Russ Gorman posted on 10/25/19

To the Lavin family, John will be missed by his friends, the golf world, and the special events he was so successful in.

 

 

Sonya Moore posted on 10/25/19

Beautiful Angel name Chandler Wilson, you are going to be dearly missed in present, but will stay in my heart forever. Love you , from Sona

 

Sonya Moore posted on 10/25/19

Chandler I will forever remember your beautiful loving smile and laugh, Sona is what you called me and I loved the way you said it. You were an angel here on earth and now you're an eternal Angel!!! I love you puna!!!! (as your mom so lovingly would call you) Rest in Paradise Chandler!!! P.S. My Loving Condolences to the Wilson, Ward, Smyth Family at this time.

 

Jim posted on 10/25/19

So sorry to hear about Linda passing. We had just visited and gone to the movies and had dinner. I will definitely missed her.

 

Jennifer Arbuckle posted on 10/24/19

Natalie, so sorry for your loss and praying for you and your family.

 

Ute Dorna posted on 10/24/19

Thinking of you in this difficult time

 

Jean & Gerry Biwer posted on 10/24/19

Our deepest sympathy to the family of Lucille (Biwer) Beres may warm memories carry you through these sad times. God Bless -- Jeannie,Gerry Biwer & Dan

 

Lisa Stys Lustig posted on 10/24/19

I am so sorry hear this news. Praying for you all during this difficult time.

 

Patti Collins posted on 10/24/19

Wild Bill Collins was a rock star of Dads and i was the luckiest daughter ever to call him my Dad.

 

Tracey Thomas posted on 10/24/19

KB & BB, You both are in my thoughts every single day. TB was such a fun and amazing human! He was the kindest and most caring man, generous with everything and everyone. I loved him so much and have some fond memories: -- Our Christmas tradition at the Buechler house, where we would all be in our bathrobes, drinking champagne and stuffing our faces with too much candy and cookies! And sometimes watching old old Christmas movies. -- TB took me for a ride in the warbird on my 50th birthday. I was terrified! -- Sometimes just hanging in your kitchen havng long conversations about everything under the sun. And, when we got loud, he would roll his eyes! Haha. -- TB understood your and my friendship so well. -- How he and I both loved, and knew the words!, to 'Fly Me To the Moon'! Your own memories will comfort you over time. I am always here for you, all the days of my life. I love you, TT

 

Nancy & Jeff Cook posted on 10/24/19

Natalie, We are so sorry for your loss. John is having a cocktail in heaven right now and watching a Nascar race. Rest assured he is in a better place and finally at peace after his long battle. We love you.

 

Tom and Kathy Loesl posted on 10/24/19

Jerry, Susie, Karen and Natalie - we are so sorry for your loss. John was an amazing friend to all and you in our continued prayers. Tommy and Kathy Loesl

 

Kurt Jackson posted on 10/24/19

I just want to offer my condolences to the Jones family . I had the honor to work with Pete several times in Kansas City thru P&H and was always a joy to work with. Kurt Jackson

 

 

Betty and Chris Bostwick posted on 10/24/19

Our deepest sympathy to Natalie and the family

 

Kathy McGrath posted on 10/24/19

Natalie I am so sorry. Your beloved husband passed away 11 years to the date of my husband Ed’s death. I know how hard this is. It does get better as time goes on. To this day I miss Ed everyday. Not a day goes by that he isn’t on my mind. I’m sure it will be the same for you. I will be at the funeral, but know I will be there for you later as a friend. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

Erma Politoski posted on 10/24/19

Michelle and Maureen, very sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers.

 

Erma Politoski posted on 10/24/19

Michelle and Maureen, Very sorry for your loss. You both and your entire family are in my prayers.

 

 

Brenda Winters posted on 10/24/19

Love you my sista. You are going to be dearly missed..

 

Gloria Funk posted on 10/24/19

I’ve known Lucy for a little over four years & enjoyed knowing her. She was a neighbor of mine & also had fun on our fish fry nights out on Fridays. She was such a lovely, warm and wonderful lady and surely will be missed so much! Heaven now has our little Lucy Angel who will be with us in spirit and love. Such nice memories to hold in our hearts forever!

 

Barb and Tom Hood posted on 10/24/19

Dear Char and Family, We are so very sorry for your loss. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Cindy Hanson posted on 10/23/19

Rosa and family so sorry for your loss, I heard from B. Martinez. I always thought Rosa and Cliff were the cutest couple. I didn't know you lived so close to me, Rosa we have to get together soon. God Bless your lovely family!

 

Donald Schmitz (N9ZXS) posted on 10/23/19

My deepest sympathies. Sorry to hear of Warren's passing. He was a mentor to many who were into ham radio. He will be missed.

 

Tina Smith/Long posted on 10/23/19

Thinking of you Michelle and your sweet mom. God bless.

 

F. John Kessler K9SFJ (Sweet Friendly John) posted on 10/23/19

My condolences to you Deb. Besides singing with Warren at our First Friday Fish Fries he helped me in many ways. I am shocked that our last songs together were October 4th. I hope somebody steps up to keep the 1St Friday fish fry going. Besides, I still owe you a drink.

 

Angela (Szmanda) Newman posted on 10/23/19

For anyone who knew my Grandmother, you knew what a truly special, special woman she was. Heaven just got a little more perfect...

 

Mary Jo Wolf posted on 10/23/19

Michelle, I am so sorry for the loss of your father.

 

Jane Mathews posted on 10/23/19

Michelle, I am so sorry for your loss. Please give your Mom a big hug and kiss.

 

Lisa Forseth posted on 10/23/19

Heather, It's so sad to loose a parent. The bonds with family and friends will help you navigate this difficult process. Stay strong and know that your beautiful mother is in great hands. May God guide your steps as you go forward.

 

Rae Lovenbury & Tracy Forrest posted on 10/23/19

Kris and Brit, Tracy and I send our deepest sympathies. A wonderful person who will be missed by many. With love Rae & Tracy

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 10/23/19

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 Peter's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 10/23/19

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 Roger's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Wes Andersen posted on 10/23/19

Hello Deb, My condolences to you and all the family. There are two fond things that I remember about Warren. The first being that Warren was my first two meter contact some 31+ years ago. I was introduced to two meter FM contacts and repeaters thanks to Warren. The second being that I equated Warren to Amateur Radio as Bob Uecker is to baseball. Warren was always willing to share his knowledge of amateur radio with anyone who asked. He also promoted amateur radio in many ways and was known by many in Southeastern Wisconsin and around the state of Wisconsin. Although he is no longer among us, his legacy in amateur radio will continue on for many years to come. Take care, Wes Andersen, N9YE

 

and Les Wilson posted on 10/23/19

Char and Family...Our thoughts and prayers to you as you remember and celebrate John this week. God’s Blessings. Jinny and Les Wilson.

 

Chazzoe Norwood Sprewell posted on 10/22/19

I’m sending my love & heart felt prayers to you all.

 

 

LaWanda Williams posted on 10/22/19

Christina was a great coworker and friend! ❤️ You will be truly missed. Rest in Heaven Christina. My condolences to the Thomas Family.

 

Vanessa Torrence posted on 10/22/19

Chris and I were neighbors many years ago. Our children played together back in the day. What I remember most is how kind she was and she was ALWAYS smiling. Rest peacefully Chris. We’ll be neighbors again.

 

Xcynthia Thomas posted on 10/22/19

My dearest mother in law. You've touched the lives of everyone you blessed with your presence! Your beautiful spirit will most def be missed more than you could ever imagine. You're free now from this world we live in and you're enjoying the pearly gates of heaven. Rest beautifully! I love you and miss you dearly. Until we meet again! Love always your Tia T.

 

Vanessa Torrence posted on 10/22/19

Chris and I were neighbors many years ago. Our children played together back in the day. What I remember most is how kind she was and she was ALWAYS smiling. Rest peacefully Chris. We’ll be neighbors again. ❤️

 

Dave Schulz posted on 10/22/19

Great guy I knew for my many years growing up in Milwaukee. So sorry for Boots and all of Toots' friends, myself included. He will be missed, leaving a hole in all our lives.

 

Ramona Flowers posted on 10/22/19

Chris was my friend my boss and my sister. May you Rest In Peace my sister. You were my advice giver and you will be truly missed.until we meet again my friend love ❤️ you always. And my condolences to the Thomas Family God will give you strength thru this hard time.

 

 

Michele Davis posted on 10/22/19

I light this candle in Chris Memory. To Stevie and the kids I send my condolences. I pray God continuously strength each of you as you experience a time such as this. Remember I love you but God loves you more.

 

 

Beverly Baum posted on 10/22/19

Remember the first time that I got my license and Warren was the first one that I had talked to. Also all the times at the fish fry.

 

Lisa Nass posted on 10/22/19

Heather, I loved seeing your Mom at Colin’s hockey games, always looking amazing even when she clearly did not feel that way. I can still see her in her fur coat with her fabulous smile, complete with perfect lipstick. She was beautiful! Hugs to you my dear friend and to your sweet Dad who did such an amazing job caring for her.

 

Dennis and Suzanne Zakry posted on 10/22/19

We were very sad to hear about Mitzie’s passing, and will always recall how vivacious and fun she was. Truly unforgettable. Please accept our deepest sympathies.

 

Josie Brown posted on 10/22/19

The love John showed to his grandchildren has been impressed in my heart, he will be truly be missed, our condolences to the family, Lou and Josie Brown

 

TJ Oman posted on 10/22/19

I extend my deepest condolences to Warren's entire family. I share in your sorrow. Warren was definitely a legend in the WI Amateur Radio sphere. I always found him to be friendly, helpful, gentle, intelligent and interesting. He always exhibited an intentional and subtle humor with me. Personally, I thought he had a voice that possessed absolutely the right tone and timbre for the radio. He was always quick to respond to calls throughout the repeater's coverage area and I for one will certainly miss hearing his voice on the SE Wisconsin Amateur Airwaves. My prayers and wishes for long and happy memories go to you all. Best Regards.

 

jerry dequardo posted on 10/22/19

good memories of john at Oconomowoc golf club. condolences to the family .

 

Dean Berglund posted on 10/22/19

My deepest condolences to Deb, warren's loving wife and all the rest of Warren's family. warren encouraged me to get my ham radio license and he was my first contact on the MRC '91 repeater. You will be missed. RIP my friend. 73 de KC9REN

 

BRRBC GIRL SCOUT TROOP 14727 posted on 10/22/19

May our Faithful Father continue to love and support you and your family during this bereavement time

 

Lora Darrisaw posted on 10/22/19

Chris was a loving sister-in-law with a beautiful smile. Just a few days before her death, I was speaking to someone about the peach cobbler she sent me for Christmas. This is one of many special memories. Stay strong family!

 

Kathy Kirkham posted on 10/22/19

Mr. Lavin will be missed by so many people. I graduated from WCTC and without his encouragement I would not have stayed, completed all the classes and competed in the Marketing Club.

 

Gloria posted on 10/22/19

Denise way back from kindergarten days at Hayes school, then SS Cyril's , I had known your kind, gentle spirited dad ...you are very much like him. I know he was your "hero" and I loved your relationship you had with him. Prayers that you be comforted "one day at a time" . God bless and keep you "buddy" Gloria (Valdes)

 

Scott and Mary Joyce posted on 10/22/19

We were sorry to hear about the loss of your Father, Grandfather. We remember what a great Gentle Man he was. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

Stacey Marenda posted on 10/22/19

Jack, Kathy and Ruth Ann--my prayers are with you at this difficult time. Please remember that Dorothy is now with her Savior and awaiting the time when you will join with her and all believers. She gets to spend Christmas with Jesus this year!! What a happy thought!

 

Patti Redlin posted on 10/21/19

Prayers and sympathies to the John Lavin family. Many memories.

 

Dennis Herdeman posted on 10/21/19

Will & Marty, my deepest sympathy for your loss.

 

Liane Dolezar posted on 10/21/19

My deepest sympathy to the family. John leaves a wonderful legacy in his beautiful family and among students who valued his mentoring.

 

Dan Wolfgram posted on 10/21/19

Mr. Lavin was more than an instructor to his students. He was a friend, mentor and yes a cheerleader. He often saw things in students like me, that I did not see in myself. Mr. Lavin will be missed, but never forgotten!

 

Sheila Fredericks posted on 10/21/19

Char, holding you and your family close in prayer during this difficult time.

 

Karen Quaden posted on 10/20/19

I will miss Pat every day for the rest of my life. We've been friends for 44 years and I would call her almost every day. She was a wonderful person and loved her family so much. The last time I saw her was a couple of weeks ago and we promised to find each other in Heaven when I get there. My love and sympathy go out to Denis and the family.

 

Susan Gamma Drakulich posted on 10/20/19

We just found out about Jim and June. We were so sad to hear the news. They were such good friends with my Mom and Dad, Joe and Agnes Gamma. I'll beat Dad and Jim are having some great talks about heavenly food. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Betty Jurci posted on 10/20/19

Our deepest sympathy to Kathy,Jon,Tim......our fondest memories of Nancy are she was always cheerful nd fun to be with,especially on our few trips we had together especially Germany1988. Got bless u kids and your families. ...Love Betty and Bob

 

Betty Jurci posted on 10/20/19

Dearest Kathy Tim and Jon..... Very deep sympathy to all of you..... Just found out today from Sheri.... Nancy was always cheerful and fun to be around....especially on our few trips we had with them and especially the trip to Germany in 1988... God bless u kids and your families love. Betty and Bob Jurci

 

Frank Sesko posted on 10/20/19

I just learned of Jean's passing. I never knew Jean very well. I met her when Jim invited me to dinner at their house while I was serving as superintendent at the Watersmeet School. I had the greatest respect for Jim and found Jean to be just as loving and caring a person as was Jim. They were both exceedingly kind and helpful to me. May they both rest in peace.

 

Jane Panella Santini posted on 10/19/19

So sorry to hear this. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Clifford and his family with love from your cousins in New Castle, Pennsylvania.

 

Brian Thomas posted on 10/19/19

Uncle Dick you will be missed your strong hand shake, your funny jokes. You always made me and and the family feel at home. When I think of you its always with a smile. They don't make men like you anymore. Sharron and Denise I'm sorry for your loss. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Christi Palubicki posted on 10/19/19

I do not know Cliff but I do Rosa’s hair and I’ve heard many wonderful things about him and his family. I just want to say how extremely sorry I am for you loss and he’ll live forever in your hearts❤️ My continued prayers to your families.

 

Chuck Joyce posted on 10/19/19

I am so sorry for both your loss. I will not ever say I know your pain. That is something that is unique to each one of you in the time and life that you've shared. I keep you in my prayers. Father I ask for your Strength & Spirit to hold Gary and Sharon and their family at this most difficult time , I pray God's comfort and Grace to be over you. I pray our Fathers peace to be on your hearts and in your home and to hold you at this very moment. Rev.21:4 God will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or Mourning or crying or pain! I hold you in my heart and thoughts be blessed.

 

Ted and Carol Joyce posted on 10/19/19

Words cannot begin to express the sadness you are feeling right now. We are praying for each of you. May memories of your loved one surround you and give you comfort. Dick was a great man. We are always here for you. Peace and Love

 

Carol Stowell posted on 10/19/19

To Tim, Kathy and Jon: I send my Deepest Sympathy in the passing of your Mom. My Dear Friend Nancy was an amazing person and one of the most caring, welcoming, fun friendly people I have Known. She and Gordy welcomed Dewey and me into their circle of friends when we moved to West Allis in 1958 and we will always be grateful for their friendship. So many stories of dinners, card parties, phone calls, watching our children grow up are stored in my memories forever. Rest in Peace,Nancy.

 

Barbara Buechler Fosdick posted on 10/19/19

I am so sorry for your loss of such a wonderful man, husband, and father. He was my cousin, thru the large Buechler family, as my father was Ray's older (closest brother, Arthur L. of Boone, IA) We were close while they were in Iowa, and Tony and his Dad would always fly to Boone to see Grandma Esther. I enjoyed seeing pix of him and Jim B at the Oshkosh Air Show...I really enjoyed hearing about all of the fantastic things he has done. (Another great Buechler!!!) May God support you through this difficult time, as you will cherish so many wonderful memories. He will be with you always, as your guardian angel, and guiding you through your life. Sincerely, Barb Buechler Fosdick, San Diego, CA

 

Chavonne and Bill Kaluzny posted on 10/18/19

How blessed I and my siblings have been to have known such "a perfect gentleman" as Dick while we were growing up. Always will be remembered warmly.

 

Eli Richardson posted on 10/18/19

I liked how you said a certified celebrant is trained has the knowledge of a farewell memorial. My best friend's grandfather passed away, and he is looking for a funeral home. I'll recommend him finding one that will have a celebrant to speak in the ceremony.

 

Eli Richardson posted on 10/18/19

I liked how you said a certified celebrant is trained has the knowledge to a farewell memorial. My best frined's grandfather passed away, and he is looking for a funeral home. I'll recommedn him finding one that will have a celebrant to speak in the ceremony.

 

Michael and Pat Milkowski - Sheepshead Buddies posted on 10/18/19

Dear Marge, Our condolences and prayers are with you. We will miss our Sheepshead buddie. He was truly a very good person and we surely miss him. Mike & Pat

 

 

Rose Burnick posted on 10/18/19

As I knew her: she was exceptionally strong spirited, witty, kind, a force to be reckoned with. She was an endless book of knowledge, of stories about her family she never hesitated to share; regardless of my company. She held the family together in a way that continues to inspire me. I am so sorry for your loss. I am grateful to have been a part of her life.

 

Michele pick posted on 10/18/19

The sweetest person I knew. You had the biggest heart. I will truely miss you. Rest in peace. Say hello to everyone.

 

Randy Curtin posted on 10/17/19

Need to contact the family.

 

Randy Curtin posted on 10/17/19

I have something that belonged to Lee's brother Wilbur and would like to give it to a descendant of Lee's or Wilbur's.

 

Valerie Gaspardo posted on 10/17/19

I will always remember the hands of friendship extended to me in 1975 from Don and Dolly when I moved to Wisconsin. They knew my husband Gene but accepted me with open arms. We went on to become very close friends that never waivered. You cannot possibly imagine the laughs and silliness we did, Those happy years have sustained me thru some difficult times. I miss you, Don, and I love you, Dolly.

 

Marie Ellis posted on 10/17/19

Kris and Brit...thinking of you in your time of great loss. Tony was an incredible human being that gave so much to his family, patients and community in multiple ways. He is leaving a legacy that inspires all of us to do what’s possible for the world to be a better place. God bless you both as you move forward.

 

Stephanie Ayala posted on 10/17/19

My deepest sympathy to the family. Mitzie was an amazing kind woman from the moment I met her I felt her warmth and it was an instant connection. Mitzie had a fashion like no other and always looked beautiful, I will miss seeing her and I pray that the Lord wraps his loving arms around the family to bring you some comfort at this difficult time.

 

Patsy Seats posted on 10/17/19

Miss you "Sissy" I cannot believe you are not here any more. I loved my sister so much and know we will be together again.

 

Joe Rogers posted on 10/17/19

Dear Family of Brenda Yager, Aunt Brenda will be missed dearly. I have enrolled Brenda in the Little Flower daily mass and prayer services for eternity. Aunt Brenda will never be forgotten in our lifetime and through eternity! Love Joe Rogers and Family https://www.littleflower.org/Mass_Cards/massenrollment/cards/masscard.aspx?MassCardFile=perpetualdeceased&Name=Brenda%20Lee%20Yager&Message=CEJgA8Y3upk%2BG9RkoW0zcDHUxwbkY8jKNABck%2F%2BcEehYB%2FeuG5cEkTtoAhgGwvAs

 

 

Carrieanna Johnson posted on 10/17/19

Dan, My Condolences to you and your family and praying for comfort that only God can give....Much ❤️

 

Tom Brennan posted on 10/17/19

Harry, I'm sure the Lord will give you directions to his golf course. I hope we all can meet again in the future. Tom

 

 

Terrell A. Lowe posted on 10/17/19

My condolences.

 

Richard Seats posted on 10/16/19

My Aunt MiMi. Love you beyond words. You filled my life along with your family with so many great times. World will never be the same without you in it. You will never be forgotten with all joy and fun memories you instilled in everyone you touched. Missing you forever, your nephew Rich Seats

 

Duane Bennett & Family posted on 10/16/19

God Bless you and your family...you are a sweet person and may you Rest In Peace with Tommy...

 

Karen Kuehn posted on 10/16/19

Pat was the best sister-in-law that anybody could have. The four of us went through a lot together.i will never forget how we would get together once a week so the kids could play together and Pat and I would just talk about whatever was bothering us. She was also a great friend! I will miss you sweetie . Rest In Peace, God knows you certainly deserve it!

 

Ron Lindsey posted on 10/16/19

Remember Jackie, from my time on MPD. My condolences to the family and friends.

 

Laura Fiorello posted on 10/16/19

Aunt Nancy was a vibrant, fun loving, classy woman. She was so welcoming and always had a smile. My favorite memories revolve around games, whether it was football at the acres or Dominoes around the table. She and Gordy had a genuine love for each of us kids. We loved our trips to Wisconsin to be with family. We will miss our visits with her and her contagious laughter. Tim, Kathy, and Jon we send our love at this time of loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We'll play a game of Dominoes in Nancy's honor. Hugs!

 

jennifer martin posted on 10/16/19

You were truly a kind, loving person. You will be truly missed. Rest in heaven! Love Jennifer

 

Steve Bloodworth posted on 10/16/19

God Bless my sister.....and God Bless all of her loved, extended family....Sister, Aunt, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, and above all a friend....to all she knew and ever met....one of the finest people I have ever known.... Grace she was and Grace she is...

 

 

Tina Wetzel posted on 10/16/19

Forever in our hearts. We love you Auntie Linda

 

Michael De Nomie posted on 10/16/19

So long,Jackie,see you on the other side. Prayers for you and yours.

 

Jeff Mantes posted on 10/16/19

Very sorry to hear of George's passing. I worked with George on many projects throughout our careers with the City of Milwaukee and have many fond memories. George was a friend and a peer professional. Outside of our professional lives, I always enjoyed talking Scouting with George. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Rose Schmitt posted on 10/16/19

Jack you will be missed.

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 10/16/19

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 Harry's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Gram, Executive Director

 

 

Dave and Sue Ritchey posted on 10/16/19

There were a few times over the last couple of years where we ran into Uncle Denis and Aunt Pat eating at the Mineshaft. We spent no less than 2 hours each time talking, such great times. We had dinner there last night and requested one of the tables where we sat with them. I ordered a side plate of broccoli like she had one time, it looked so good, and was. Going there now will always be another warm memory of time spent together. All our love always.

 

Janelle Jacobson posted on 10/16/19

Dear Rauth Family, my deepest condolences to you all. Bill with the best father and grandfather that you could all ask for. We all had some great times at the state fair etc. take comfort in the fact that he’s wrapped in the arms of his Lord, and reunited with his lovely wife Joyce. My prayers, hugs and thoughts are with you all today. Julie, Ann & I are gifting a tree, to be planted in his honor. Hopefully, the Coyle boys don’t mind planting it, while you are enjoying your trip! Love Janelle

 

John and Helen Vinohradsky posted on 10/15/19

Dear friends for early 50 years,, peace be with her....

 

Brian Rogers posted on 10/15/19

Loved Aunt Brenda (and Uncle Truman) dearly! What kind and fun people. My condolences to her family as her tender heart will definitely be missed!

 

 

Robin McGeary posted on 10/15/19

May you find peace in your loss, Marty. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Robin McGeary posted on 10/15/19

May you find peace in your, Marty. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Lori Stahl posted on 10/15/19

Harry brought sunshine and joy to everyone he met and it was an honor to know him! May your memory be a blessing.

 

Sue and Ken Narlock posted on 10/15/19

Bill, all the great times playing sheepshead with you Joyce,Ron n Bernie, Ken n I. Ahhh the memories and laughs! R.I.P our friend!

 

Judy Schmid posted on 10/15/19

Nathalie, Tom and I are praying for you and your entire family . I heard of the death of your daughter today and want you know that we are so sorry for your loss. Hope to see you soon.

 

John & Pat Valentino & Family posted on 10/15/19

We wish to offer our condolences for the loss of your loved one. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

 

Jeanne Sherman posted on 10/15/19

Urania and Family we the Shermans are so deeply sorry for your loss we give your entire family many prayers of strength to as you cope with your loss in the days and weeks to come!! Sincerely, The Sherman family Gary, Jeanne, Lindsay, Taryn and Kavan

 

Sue Kelley posted on 10/15/19

All of us at the Shorewood Memory Cafe will miss Harry's ever-present smile, spirit, and willingness to join in the activity, even if it wasn't his thing. We loved seeing both Harry and Mary Beth every month. Sending love to you, Mary Beth!

 

 

Victoria Gross posted on 10/15/19

So many great memories of Uncle Bill I loved his laugh! I cherish most the time we spent with him on his trips to Florida. Kenny and him had some great fishing stories to share with each other. He will be missed and so loved. Godspeed

 

Ann Stokman posted on 10/15/19

Sorry to hear of the loss

 

 

Marie Duane and Elizabeth Kenehan-Schuit posted on 10/15/19

Feeling Blessed to have shared a small Path on this Journey of Life. Your candle will never flicker now, your light always bright. For this eternal candle will never see the night. I hope my journey crosses, many other friends like you, for you were our inspiration, in every thing we do.

 

myrna L Wieting posted on 10/14/19

Glenn ("City") and Rose: Our hearts are with you and we are sorry for your loss. Cherish the memories forever. Take care and we will see you soon. Love, Wayne & Myrna ♡

 

Kirsti Taipale (née Anuta) posted on 10/14/19

I was so sorry to hear that Bill died. I went to school with him. Sadly, we didn’t keep in touch except at the Folk Fair. My sincere condolences.

 

Mckayla Braden posted on 10/14/19

Janet, we are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers go out to you at this sad time. Wishing that all your wonderful memories of your mother should help you through this tough time. All our sincere love and comfort. Mckayla and Mark

 

Shizuko and Josh posted on 10/14/19

Our deepest condenses to the Suyama family who I have had the pleasure of growing up with these past 25 years. Bill exemplified a life well lived and will be greatly missed.

 

Maurie ann Saffarrans posted on 10/14/19

I am so sorry for the loss of Jill's Mom and Dad. They were such good parents, and so supportive of their lives.

 

Dawn Foltz posted on 10/13/19

Back in the 1960s sometime your dad and my dad were very very good friends and I am so sad to hear of your father's passing.

 

Bonnie and Gil Pierre posted on 10/13/19

with deepest sympathy to Rita and family.Frank was a wonderful man- always a smile on his face and a kind word for all. You will be missed Frank

 

Donald Miller posted on 10/13/19

''Vi'' was a great person wo loved life and people! I gave Vi many haircuts and always loved to see her come through the door, very dignified lady... may God rest her soul.

 

Rhonda MacLeod posted on 10/13/19

I was at church today and missed your kind presence. You were always there with a beautiful smile to greet me. You always told me to have a good week. You have reached your savior so I know you have had a fantastic week! Remain blessed my friend. Sending prayers to your son and my deepest condolences.

 

Jan Ebert posted on 10/13/19

Wonderful memories for you All

 

Gus Moulas posted on 10/13/19

Kris & Britanni, I'm so sorry for your loss. Tony was very loved by many and I am grateful to have known him.

 

 

Roxanne posted on 10/13/19

So saddened to hear. Keeping family and friends in my thoughts and prayers. Aunt Brenda, may your beautiful soul now rest peacefully with Uncle Truman. You both were always so good to me. I will forever hold you in my heart Love you so much

 

Liv (Linda) Paulson Norderhaug posted on 10/12/19

Dear Chloe & famiy, Our thoughts are with you. Henrik was 'one of a kind' and was proud of his Danish heritage and so proud of you, Chloe. 'Scan Interiors' was and will always be an iconic Danish store. We cherish the many Danish fine design pieces we have in our home, thanks to Henrik & team. (At some point, in the future when we downsize, we will donate several teak pieces to Danish American Museums and Design Museums in the upper Midwest.) We did donate several pieces to Skovsoen (The Danish Village at Concordia Language Villages, Minnesota.) The students immersed in the Danish language & culture can now appreciate the fine Danish design from Scan Interiors. Cherish the memories you created together. Henrik made a difference in the world that shall be felt for decades.

 

Luis zena posted on 10/12/19

I met Alison through her daughter Ashley and she always was such an amazing person. I felt her energy and it was always a welcoming and happy one. From the few times I got to talk to her , she always had such an amazing character and could carry a conversation. I was so glad to know someone so amazing as well as her daughter . You were an amazing mother and wonderful person overall. May you Rest In Peace , I will always remember your smile ❤️

 

Rose Traub posted on 10/12/19

I will cherish all the memories of our lunch and dinner dates, festivities, and just hanging out

 

Ricardo Wynn posted on 10/12/19

Jackie, You will be truly missed. Thank you for great memories throughout my childhood and thank you for teaching me what I now know today about Christ. You were a strong woman and you enjoyed helping others. Love Always, Ricky

 

Mary Marshall posted on 10/11/19

I remember when she came to Coleman Michigan with my Uncle Jessie. I'm Melvina Marshall's granddaughter. Sorry for your loss.

 

Jack and Barb Miller, Cheryl and Keith Mattingly and Susan and Jeff Lundgren posted on 10/11/19

We are so sorry to hear about your father’s passing. We hope that the love of family and friends will comfort and strengthen you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Cindy Warner posted on 10/11/19

My dearest Mom, I miss you so much. ❤ The only thing that brings me comfort is knowing you are in Heaven with our loving Lord. You were such a strong, brave example of how to live in this world. You are my one true inspiration and I will continue to live my life by what you and Dad taught us until I see you again. Thank you for teaching me what the important things in life truly are and for always caring about how I was doing. I love you and miss you Mom ❤, Cindy

 

Cheryl Kirt posted on 10/11/19

Mom-Steve and I (and Odie) will miss you dearly ❤❤ But we know that you and Dad are back together and are watching over us ❤❤ Save me a seat at your kitchen table in Heaven so when my time on Earth is over, we can have a cup of coffee and catch up ❤ There's a hole in my heart now without you, but you raised strong kids, and don't worry, we will all be okay, I promise to make sure ❤ I love you. Cher

 

 

Ryan posted on 10/11/19

Really the sweetest Grandma you could ask for. I loved how she made everyone's creativity blossom around her. I will always remember her and papa's stories from their wonderful journey through life.

 

Bob & Linda Eckert posted on 10/11/19

So sorry to hear Gordy is gone. We will pray for him.

 

Milwaukee Post #415 of The American Legion posted on 10/11/19

With Sympathy to Your Family. May it comfort you to know that others care, and may you find new hope and peace in the days ahead.

 

 

Melissa Newell posted on 10/10/19

In 11 days it will be 2 years that you have been gone. I cant believe it!! I miss you so much!!! I miss hearing your voice. It's weird not getting phone calls from you. It's hard walking into your house and you're not there.Not a day goes by when u aren't missed but the memories are always in our hearts! I love you grandma!!!

 

Frederick Goedland posted on 10/10/19

Hi Cindy. We Annette & Fred were long time friends of Jackie & Ronnie. Maybe you remember us. My wife was Jackie's cousin. I enjoyed talking with her one day when I stopped to say hello; Ronnie forgot who I was. Jackie told me about him privately. Didn't know your mom was in a nursing home or I would have gone to see her. I'll keep her memory in my prayers along with dad. Peace be with you.

 

Scott & Donna Rummel posted on 10/10/19

I remember Pat from church ( Redemption Lutheran). He would always stop by my Dad (Robert Polinske) and make sure to say hello and chat awhile. We are very sorry for your loss.

 

Frank Daigh posted on 10/10/19

I am so sorry to hear this. We were classmates at Perry High School. My sincere condolences to all of Roger's family and friends

 

Jackie Reich Reich posted on 10/10/19

I am so sorry for your loss They were such good friends for over 65years. So many good memories were there for everyone How van anyone forget the old neighborhood and St Alexanders PEACE Jackie Reich

 

Molly Jacobson posted on 10/10/19

Mr. Woods, I want to thank you for your warm brilliance in the classroom. You were the kind of teacher everyone remembers for their patient support, even for the students like myself, who were not particularly gifted at Math. You encouraged me to always persevere and I felt so positively about your classes. I am a teacher myself today, and I try to be the kind of teacher you were.

 

Lisa Resek Peck posted on 10/10/19

Mr. Woods, you will be missed. You were my amazing math teacher over 30 years ago. You always believed in me more than i believe in myself. Because of that, I went on to study engineering at Purdue University. Thank you for your patience, your silly wit and your persistence. I wasn’t a very respectful student and you always found extra kindness and respect for me and others in our classroom. Thank you Mr. Woods, you’ve been practicing being an angel for decades so you are very ready. Rest In Peace.

 

Patricia Palmer posted on 10/9/19

My condolences to Bill's family. I worked at the Goodwill store when Bill was our manager. He was so fun to work with.

 

james jorgenson posted on 10/9/19

Dear Sharon ; I'am sorry to hear of Dennis passing . I used to hunt Dennis, Bob Melkus,and Tom Przybylski in the late 60s . I talk to Dennis when Bob died a year and a half ago. I couldn't make the funeral because of other commitments. Again I'am sorry. Sincerely Yours Jim Jorgenson

 

 

Kathleen Sullivan posted on 10/9/19

I met Gordy and Pat at dinner when we share our table at the Arboretum and then at various events. I'll miss him and his humor.

 

John Leidy posted on 10/9/19

You were a lovely person Ms Johnson and I sure will miss our conversations. My condolences to the family. Please reach out if I can be of assistance as I was working with Ms Johnson the last few years regarding taxes. I regret I missed her last phone call to me just a few days before she passed.

 

Tom Ehlers posted on 10/8/19

My deepest sympathy to Glenn's entire family. I was a fellow employee at Target. Many great memories!.

 

Cherie Dowsett posted on 10/8/19

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My deepest condolences to your family.

 

Jeff Bodily posted on 10/7/19

It was my pleasure to know such a great man. I can’t say thank you enough for coming to see me in the VA hospital. You will be missed

 

 

Karyn Manns posted on 10/7/19

My beloved funniest Uncle. I’m positive that it won’t be raining anymore down here. It’s going to be tears of laughter from your jokes and pranks. The just got a real Gem of a Soul. I love you so very much! Thanks for being my favorite Uncle!

 

La Kisha Ballinger posted on 10/7/19

Sending my heartfelt condolences to everyone. Thoughts and prayers are with you all. May God grant you all with strength and peace! Ms. Bernice will definitely be missed!! She was a sweet woman, loved by many!

 

Gail Brewer and David Johnson posted on 10/7/19

Met Donna in Mazatlan. Strong, smart, brave and caring. Quite the combination. Condolences to her much adored sons and everyone else who knew and loved her.

 

Scott Berendt posted on 10/7/19

One of the coolest moms ever...Always welcomed me and all of the friends into the house! God Bless you Mrs B. And all of the boys!

 

Sue Ellen Baye posted on 10/7/19

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your beautiful mother. May she Rest In Peace. May God give you comfort and strength in the weeks ahead.

 

The Sue Ellen Baye Family posted on 10/7/19

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your beautiful mother. May she Rest In Peace. May God give you comfort and strength in the weeks ahead.

 

Sally Schwarz posted on 10/7/19

Dear Suyama Family, We are very sorry for your loss. With Sympathy, Bob and Sally Schwarz, West Granville Presbyterian Church

 

Joni Nogay posted on 10/7/19

RIP Sir and Thank You for your service. Your Honor Flight was a magical evening for so many reasons. We have never formally met, but your lost is felt in our hearts.

 

Craig Pelnar (Former MRA Outplacement) posted on 10/7/19

Dear Barb and Family: So sorry to read of your loss. My most sincere condolences to you at this time of sorrow. May God hold all of you in His arms of Comfort and Peace...

 

Katherine Dixon posted on 10/7/19

Sincere condolences to ‘the boys’ and the family .. Donna my friend .. a one of a kind We will miss you so.Thank you for the wonderful memories we have .Len and Kathy

 

Carol Jochem posted on 10/7/19

Jim I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers to your family.

 

Patty Harrigan Mills posted on 10/7/19

Dear Barb, Wendy, Amy and Scott, Our hearts are aching for all of you! We’ve worked with lots of partners over the years and count Bill among our most loyal Zoo fans. He was always first to encourage our transition to all things digital and fast to share photos of your lovely family. We celebrate Bill’s full life and mourn his sudden loss. Thinking of you with our deepest sympathy, Milwaukee County Zoo & Zoological Society of Milwaukee

 

AnneMarie Backstrom posted on 10/7/19

Kathy/Karen...wonderful memories of your mom&dad & our last visit...They are all together in heaven, playing cards no doubt, hope you are doing well [email protected] is my mothers kathryn’s email

 

Mitchell Ost posted on 10/6/19

Roger and I came to Shorewood High the same year, he was a very upbeat and sensitive colleague. I enjoyed his humor, our conversations and a monthly friday night sheepshead games. Roger will be missed.

 

Mike and Kathy George posted on 10/6/19

Our sincere condolences to Carol and family on John's passing. Kathy and I enjoyed our shared experiences with the Crayne's over the years at St. Luke's Church and School. May John rest in peace.

 

Shirley Johnson posted on 10/6/19

Prayers and sympathy to you and your family

 

Beth St. Peter posted on 10/5/19

Cara and family, so sorry for your loss. Sending hugs to you all.

 

 

Narendra Prasad posted on 10/5/19

A very nice humble person.

 

Cheryl posted on 10/5/19

I am a friend of the late Bobbi Thibodeau. She shared something that she thought Ernie should know.

 

Yasunobu Tomita posted on 10/5/19

Dear Suyama Family, I’m very sorry to hear that Mr,Bill Suyama passed away. My wife, Miyuki always talks about him and your family. I wish I could have visited and seen him in this summer. But his memory will always live with us. Gomeifuku wo oinori shimasu.

 

Hiroshi & Yukiyo Iuchi posted on 10/5/19

Dear Suyama family, We are very sorry for your loss. We remember when we visited Wisconsin, he always welcomed us with a gentle look. It is happy memory for us to meet him. We never forget him. Bill san, Yasurakani onemuri kudasai.

 

Miyuki Tomita (Iuchi) posted on 10/5/19

Dear Barb san, Wendy, Amy, and Scott, My heart breaks with grief to think of you all. I am also deeply sad. A lot of wonderful memories with you and your family in United States come and go in my mind's eye. He is one of the important people who touched my life. I hope you get over this grief as quickly as possible. I pray Bill san’s soul may rest in peace from Japan.

 

Nancy Lee Ellis posted on 10/5/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Kay and the whole Nolan family were the best neighbors my mother, Helen, could have had.

 

Joan and David Mastricola posted on 10/5/19

Dear Carol and Family, I first met John in Sioux City while working my first job as a Candy Manager for Price Candy Company within the Downtown Younkers Store. John had recently opened his own retail candy stores but frequented the Younkers store in the early AM to visit with Jim Frink - his long-time friend and mentor. John was easy to get to know and welcomed me with kindness, humor and generosity. When I had a major equipment breakdown during a busy season, John came in early for a week and helped me make candy so I would not lose any business. He did this for no money while helping a "competitor candy store" survive. He remained a great friend over the next 40+ years always checking in with me to see how I and my family were doing. I cherish the many laughs we shared, the numerous pep talks he gave, and the genuine concern he always expressed. I am confident John and Jim are together again - sharing coffee in the Red Rooster Tea Room and looking down from above to rehash the Heelan Football game. May you all find comfort at this time of loss as you recall what a kind and caring soul John was.

 

Sue Conway Hrasky posted on 10/4/19

Carol, our prayers are with you and your family. John will always be remembered for his kindness and sincerity. God be with all of you.

 

Trey Songer posted on 10/4/19

I truly enjoyed working with Vince here in Pine Bluff. He took his job seriously, but we often shared a few minutes of laughter, and swapped stories about our families. He definitely left a positive impact on those around him. My thoughts and prayers for comfort are with his family and friends.

 

Paul and Pat Petersen posted on 10/4/19

Dear Carol, Brad, Cara, and Matt: We are so sorry to hear this, but we are glad he is not suffering any longer. We still think of the wonderful times we had with your family in Colorado, and we are glad we got to reconnect a bit in Milwaukee. Blessing to all of you.

 

Corinne Bokelberg posted on 10/4/19

My deepest sympathy to you, Barb, and all in your family on the loss of Bill, cherished husband, father, and grandfather. May God be with you and provide comfort at a time of earthly loss. May we all be reunited with our loved ones in heaven. Amen

 

Annette Mummert Olsen posted on 10/4/19

So sorry to hear of John's passing. I remember him from St. Boniface and Heelan. I also worked at Younkers when he did Great guy. RIP John. My thoughts and prayers are with you Carol and your family.

 

Julie Garrigan Young posted on 10/4/19

Carol and family, My sympathy to all of you❤️ God Bless John

 

Barb Vondrak Atchison posted on 10/4/19

I’m so sorry to hear of John’s passing. I too was a classmate from 6th grade at St. Boniface, through Heelan and apparently the one year I attended Briar Cliff before going to another college. I remember John as short in stature but huge funny personality! I love chocolate with red wine so will dedicate my daily dose to John tonight! Thank you for making this world a sweeter place for all you touched! Rest In Peace and may God hold Carol and your family close!

 

Nancy Jarod Vlach posted on 10/4/19

Carol and Family, I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one John was a wonderful friend from grade school till high school my prayers and love are with you. Nancy Jaros Vlach

 

SANDRA VAN ENGEL posted on 10/4/19

So sorry to hear of Bill's passing over the veil. I know he will always be with you in spirit.

 

 

Cara posted on 10/4/19

You were the greatest Dad in the whole world. I’m going to miss you. Love you forever!!

 

Gale and Jim Scott posted on 10/4/19

Sharon and Family. Jim and I are so very sorry to hear of the passing of Dennis. It's been a difficult journey, and there will be more challenges ahead. Know that you and your whole family will be in our thoughts and prayers. You have a beautiful family and many friends that will be there for you, and help you get through this. Prayers and God's blessings to all.

 

Laura Lira de Pantigoso posted on 10/4/19

Ruth, Christa, Joe, Brian and family:9 We are very sorry for your loss. We met Glenn at “Joe-Jimena’s wedding”; where we learned about Glenn’s charismatic personality, being a caring father, a love husband a great leader of a wonderful family. Glenn is sharing eternal life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, that you can get through these difficult moments. With love Laura Lira de Pantigoso and family

 

Kathy Jacobs posted on 10/3/19

Sharon, remember all the many good times you had with Dennis, who with you, lovingly raised three beautiful daughters. beautiful

 

Kris Hagen posted on 10/3/19

Koni - I know there are no words that anyone can say that makes this any easier but please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family and the EHS brunch girls are all there for you. Whatever you need.

 

Judith Deysach posted on 10/3/19

Becky, Tim, Dan and Meaghan, our condolences to you on the loss of your dad to this world. Have as a big presence and loved you guys so much in addition to his in-laws and grandkids. He gave big, too. May God bless him, your mom and the entire family as you find ways to remember and laugh as they did. Much love, Judy and Jim Deysach

 

 

Patti Pearson posted on 10/3/19

My sincere condolences to all. Lloyd was a wonderful man who will not be forgotten & will be missed everyday .

 

Roberta Havey McDaniel posted on 10/3/19

Sharon, We are so sorry to hear about Dennis’s passing. He was a wonderful man and we are extremely appreciative of all the help he gave my parents over the years. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Roberta ( Havey), Hayley, and Jerry McDaniel

 

 

Pam Fields posted on 10/3/19

I love you, Glenn! You're the best big brother ever! I thank you for all the great times we had together growing up. I will miss you and your great sense of humor, while I'm still here on this side of eternity. You've been such an inspiration to me with your artistic talents. You were always willing to offer help when you could. You married the best woman and have wonderful children and grandchildren. I'm so proud to have had you for my brother. Can't wait to see you again in our Forever Home. I LOVE YOU!!

 

Elaine Schrader posted on 10/2/19

Sharon and family, our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time with the loss of you husband, dad and grandad. Dennis was an awesome neighbor a jokester by nature. He will be missed by many. God Bless all of you, Love Ron & Elaine

 

 

Alyson minzlaff posted on 10/2/19

All the Fridays we ALL spent at chris's house making tons of memories with tons of friends he'd always have a benefit to help his friends in need he was an awesome person... Wish we could have had one more reunion bon fire party before this sad news but if I could help organize a perow memorial every year just like back in high school and after high school years it's what I'd love to do we can have a benefit just like he'd do for all of us!!! Love u as my friend and wish your family the best sorry to your family your way to good of a person for this prayer's to your FAMILY ❤️

 

Dave Bjorge posted on 10/2/19

The Nolan family handled my business accounting needs since the mid 70s, Kay handled my personal account for the past 20+ years. I will miss our conversations. Sympathies to the family

 

Leslie Evenson posted on 10/2/19

I had the pleasure of working with Glenn at Target for many years. He was a great person and fun to work with over many long shifts. I wish you peace and comfort.

 

Karen Bickler, Christine Bickler, Kathryn Lesniak posted on 10/2/19

Best Aunt Ever! We’ll miss you. Karen, Christine, Kathy

 

Tina (Schultz) Rojas posted on 10/2/19

Thinking of the family in these sad times. Sending flowers and love from the Rojas family.

 

Laurel Stauss posted on 10/2/19

My sympathies to the Yager family. Homer and Brenda were two of the best. My husband worked with Homer and have many memories of times spent together.

 

Sue Krolicki posted on 10/2/19

She will be missed. I will remember her laugh and wonderful smile

 

 

Melanie posted on 10/2/19

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of "Auntie Carol". She was a staple in my growing up and I have fond memories of her from her laugh to her sternness all the way to her sweet hugs and love of coffee. Sending all my love and my sincerest condolences on losing such a wonderful woman.

 

 

Carvin Jr. Turner posted on 10/1/19

I love you auntie pavi miss you❤️

 

 

Corrine Thompson posted on 10/1/19

Best grandmother ever

 

 

Corrine posted on 10/1/19

Best grandmother ever

 

 

Erin Yager posted on 10/1/19

I will miss you always and I love you, Grandma!!!!!!!!

 

Craig Pelnar posted on 10/1/19

Dear Ruth and Family: So very sorry to read of your loss. My most sincere condolences to you and your family at this time. May God hold all of you in His arms of comfort and grant you Peace...

 

Terry and Arline Markham posted on 10/1/19

Larry and family’s, We’re thinking of you all in prayer and find memories! Thankful for the years we met with you all. Elaine was so kind and soft spoken. A beautiful soul! I know she’ll be sorely missed. Thankful for her faithful life and example. May you all find comfort in the love of God! Your friends Terry and Arline

 

Steve Macy posted on 10/1/19

Bob, Tim and Family. I am sorry for your loss. You guys are in my thoughts.

 

Dave and Laurie Westgate posted on 10/1/19

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you during this difficult time. We met Jim, Sylvia and Mickey years ago at the park with our dogs and developed a special friendship. Sylvia was such a sweet and caring lady and she will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

 

Bonnie Sanders posted on 10/1/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I fondly remember that you (Larry & Elaine) drove to NH to be a comfort when Steve passed away. It meant so much to me. I’ll continue to think of you in your loss. Fondly, Bonnie Sanders

 

Dana G Kohlmeyer, Rotary posted on 10/1/19

My condolences to your family, Bob. You are in my thoughts.

 

Bill, Pat and Erin Sommers posted on 9/30/19

Kay was a wonderful wife, mother and friend. We are very sorry to learn the news.

 

Mary Sturino posted on 9/30/19

I was referred to Nolan Accounting in 2011 when Kay was given my account after my husband s death sept 26, 2010. Not only did she do my taxes but offered condolences at that time, a sincere listener and we shared many stories if our grown children and grandkids over the years. She had told me of her cancer return and I listened to her, offered my support. Now she has reached that ultimate position in that she has now reached out and touched the face of God. Good night dear Kay. My deep felt condolences to all the family, there are not enough words to express the condolences and true sympathy to the family. May God help you through this difficult time.

 

Scott Jacobs posted on 9/30/19

I have some army paperwork somehow from a Sgt John E Pierce jr. Posibly from 232 higbie lane west islip ny 11795 or atleast lived there. If same and family wants it I'd be happy to give. Thanks Sorry for your loss. Scott

 

Scott Jacobs posted on 9/30/19

I have some army paperwork somehow from a Sgt John E Pierce jr. Posibly from 232 higbie lane west islip ny 11795 or atleast lived there. If same and family wants it I'd be happy to give. Thanks

 

 

Eloise Schwarz, Sister-in-law posted on 9/30/19

Our Glenn - a quiet man with a gentle smile, standing tall with the other husbands always willing to lend a hand and add a laugh or two to the conversations. A loving grandpa, husband, son and member of two extended families...Glenn will be missed on this groaning earth but will be seen once again in the Heavenly realm when we will meet up with our Lord Jesus Christ. "Come Lord Jesus"

 

Jeff and Nancy Picchiottino posted on 9/30/19

To the most wonderful brother anyone could hope for. We love you dearly Glenn and know that you are in the hand of the Lord!

 

Pam Baillod posted on 9/30/19

Kim I was so saddened to hear about Daryl's unexpected passing. May memories and the love of family and friends surround you and give you strength in the days ahead. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

A Grateful Mom in Northern Wisconsin posted on 9/30/19

It is with a grateful yet heavy heart that I wish you sincere condolences in the passing of Retired Sgt. Maj. Sorenson. His service to our nation in keeping the rest of us free does not go unnoticed. It is all the more hard, to know that his loving wife passed so soon to him. We acknowledge that there were no doubt sacrifices endured by Sgt. Maj. Sorenson, his wife, family and loved ones in all you have done to uphold the legacy of freedom for our nation. Eternal Thanks. God Speed.

 

Patty Sweitzer posted on 9/30/19

Kim - I am so sorry for the loss of your husband Daryl. I was so shocked to hear about the news from Lisa. May the lord take you in his loving arms and comfort you during this time. My deepest condolence’s to you and your family.

 

Tom Crowley posted on 9/29/19

Knew Buzz from USAF Pilot Training Class 68H. May God comfort and give peace to family and friends.

 

Rosemary N. (McAdory) posted on 9/29/19

My condolences to the entire family of Michael. I knew him in high school and remember him as a fun and caring person.

 

Susan Koch posted on 9/29/19

Lloyd, I have so many great memories of you, Joy, David, and me. Now that you have joined my David in Heaven I promise you that I will be with your Joy as she walks through this journey. I am at peace that you are no longer in pain, but at the same time you are going to be missed so very much. Give David a hug for me. Until we meet again may God keep you in the palm of His hand. Love you Lloyd. ❤️

 

Susie & Alan Thompson posted on 9/28/19

OMG... We cannot believe you are gone, Dear Lloyd! What is Joy going to do, without you by her side? You two two enjoyed.quiet runs, relaxing with family & friends, great times at Biloba Brewery... And nowyouhave taken "The Ultimate Adventure to Heaven!" We are envious that Another Angel Got His Wings...tho we shall miss you terribly!

 

Keith Bertiaux posted on 9/28/19

An Air Force Pilot Training classmate of mine. I last saw Buzz at our USAF class reunion in Nashville a few years ago. He was always a pleasure to be around. My heart and prayers go out to Joy and the family.

 

Rose Halama posted on 9/28/19

Sympathy Thoughts & Payers sent to the Perow Family..

 

Ronald Thompson posted on 9/28/19

Mac and I worked as Surgical Assistants at Deaconess Hospital in the early 80s. We enjoyed working and hanging out together. Mac was a good man and will be missed. My condolences to his whole family and extended friends.

 

Elvy Pettit USAF retired posted on 9/28/19

I remember Buzz from USAF pilot training--so long ago. My condolences to Joy and family and a tribute from the poem High Flight to our departed pilot brother:..."Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth, and danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings...…..And while with silent lifting mind I've trod the high untrespassed sanctity of space, Put my hand out, and touched the face of God."

 

Bryan Neumann posted on 9/27/19

Uncle Jeff and Aunt Lori So sorry to hear of their passing You are in our thoughts and prayers Bryan and Maria

 

Jim Easterly posted on 9/27/19

The world is losing to the company of our Lord an exceptionally good man. My condolences to Joy and the rest of the family.

 

Steve and Cynthia Swedish posted on 9/27/19

Lloyd, your smile could brighten a cloudy day! Our memories of the times we spent with you will always be with us. We feel privileged to have had you in our lives! Rest easy, dear friend!!!

 

Steve Swedish posted on 9/27/19

Lloyd was my "buddy" for many years. We shared countless stories, many martinis and manhattans and our favorite pleasure Connecticut Cigars. I will never forget you, Lloyd. You will rest in my heart for as long as it beats. I love you, buddy

 

Konnie and John posted on 9/27/19

Peace and healing.

 

Roger & Sue posted on 9/27/19

He was a true gent and it was a privilege to have spent some memorable times with him he made my mum so happy and he will be sadly missed by everyone that knew him sleep tight in the arms of the angels love Roger & Sue xx

 

J. Travers Services Price posted on 9/27/19

Too lose one parent is hard but both in one week! Jill, I am so sorry. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Trav

 

J. Travers Price posted on 9/27/19

Jill, So sorry for your double loss. Thinking of you and you and your family are in my prayers. Trav

 

Lorraine Bunk posted on 9/27/19

Gods Blessings!!! Love You!!!!

 

 

John & Yvonne Howard posted on 9/27/19

God Bless You Lloyd so privileged to have you as Brother-in-Law Sleep tight and Peaceful Love You Forever John & Yvonne XX

 

Barbara (*Schetter) Kerhin posted on 9/26/19

I am so saddened to hear of Daryl’s passing. My deepest condolences and prayers go to his family. I was a friend of his in grade school, and a classmate through graduation. There really are no words...just know that he will be remembered fondly, and we all are better from knowing him.

 

 

Sheila and Jeffery Mayfield Gibbons posted on 9/26/19

Words cannot express the feelings but my the Lord of our God give you paece and comfort at this time of mourning of the passing of Mac your Husband Rolanda we love you

 

Joan Keith posted on 9/26/19

My condolences to his whole family and extended friends.

 

Joan Keith posted on 9/26/19

Mac, me and Irvin Keith spent some time together - it was always a lot of fun and many laughs. I'll remember Mac and those times fondly.

 

Nancy Rider Rot posted on 9/26/19

Dear Liz, Please accept my condolences. I was unaware of Bill's passing. Prayers to both yourself and Lauren.

 

Rene & Duke Allen posted on 9/26/19

Dear Kim & Family - our deepest sympathy. We are sorry we are so far away. You are in our hearts today and always.

 

Jim Doing posted on 9/26/19

I wish I had gotten to know Frankie but I heard so much about her from brother Dave who loved her very much and was very proud of all her artistic accomplishments. Am wishing Dave and Sue much comfort as you continue to work through your loss. I've been praying for you and will continue to do so.

 

Byron Bock posted on 9/25/19

Still hard to believe that the next time we'll be catching up will be in heaven and not when I'm back in town visiting. I'm gonna miss shooting the shit with you, talking about how are training was coming along and whose legs were bigger , and the back and forth banter that was always good for a laugh. I’ll never forget the time you came to the dealership looking at a used plow truck I had. I told you it was clean (for the year and miles); and then you began walking around it pointing out the minor rust spots it had. Then me and Bill went over to your place to look at the 2 rust-bucket plow trucks you were trying trading-in. Telling us in your sarcastic voice and that shit eating grin of yours as you walked around your prized pieces “see my trucks are clean like yours” ". I always admired and respected the dedication and love you had for your sons, and your realness and genuine nature. It goes with out saying you'll be missed❣️Until we meet again; God Bless & Be Good!!

 

Darlene Meiners posted on 9/25/19

I am so sorry for your loss of Daryl. He was my bowling buddy when we were about 10-12 years of age. We were so competitive with each other...he always had to get the biggest trophy. So many happy memories with such a heavy heart. I will keep your family in my thoughts.

 

Allan Alt posted on 9/25/19

Kim and family I am sorry for your loss. I will remember Daryl as a pitcher and teammate with the Waukesha Land of Lakes team. I will also remember Daryl as a GREAT pitcher for Waukesha South High School. Daryl is in my thoughts and prayers. Al Alt Waukesha baseball teammate and friend

 

Don Engelbert posted on 9/25/19

To The Perow Family,we are sorry to hear of your loss.You are in our thoughts and prayers.Don & Nancy Engelbert

 

Diane Gilles posted on 9/25/19

A beautiful Christian Woman who was kind to all she met. She loved children and enjoyed helping them learn the joy of reading. It was my pleasure to work with her at Hales Corners Elementary School, she was a true blessing!

 

Diane Gilles posted on 9/25/19

A beautiful Christian Women who was kind to all she met. Loved to serve and help children enjoy reading. It was my pleasure to work with her at H.C.E. A Blessing!

 

Jeannie Sindicic posted on 9/25/19

Sasa, you were so badass. I will miss seeing you and the boys at the gym, and your colorful workout wear Rip Sir. Laku noć❤️

 

Rick Lichman posted on 9/25/19

He was always so encouraging to me. Always answered my questions as to how things ran at CJ's. He taught me a lot. Kim, and family, I am so sorry for this sudden loss to you and your family. May you find some comfort that he is now at peace.

 

Rick Lichman posted on 9/25/19

He was always so encouraging to me. Always answered my questions as to how things ran at CJ's. He taught me a lot.

 

Leonard Chapman posted on 9/25/19

Hi Kim, I’m really sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your Family. Take Care

 

Leonard Chapman posted on 9/25/19

Hi Kim, I’m really sorry for your lost. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your Family. Take Care

 

Dawn Graff-Haight posted on 9/25/19

So sorry to hear of your loss. Though I never met Chris, I'm his father (Gordie's) cousin. My mom was Marion Perow's (Gordie's mom) sister Sending love from our family to yours.

 

Ann Newman posted on 9/25/19

Daryl's love of life was always contagious. His positivity and joy were a blessing. I am so sorry for the loss of an incredible man. My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family. His legacy will live on.

 

jonathan friedland posted on 9/25/19

Man Sasa, it's been awhile, but you are missed already. A true warrior, and good hearted person that always had something funny to say, under your breath or otherwise :) Sending you the Srpska hand gesture friend...RIP.

 

Wendy Holling posted on 9/25/19

I was fortunate enough to spend my childhood and teenage years growing up just down the street from Daryl. So many fond memories come to mind. I am deeply saddened by this news. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Laurel Rynes posted on 9/25/19

My deepest sympathies to Daryl's family. Whenever I saw Daryl he spoke about his kids and how proud he was of them. I could go months without seeing him but when I did see him it was like I just saw him yesterday. Rest in peace my friend. You will be missed by all.

 

Tom Neuzerling posted on 9/25/19

I remember Mac as a calming force at work. Always pleasant even during the most adverse situations. He's an inspiration! Happy he was so loved and cared for by Rolonda. My condolences to you Rolonda and Mac's entire family.

 

Patti Komar posted on 9/24/19

Dear Paul, Dave & I didn’t know you very long, but we did share many laughs during lunchtime. Found out you like Kit Kats. Darlene & family, please accept our sincere condolences. May you forever sleep with the angels. Patti & David Komar

 

Michael Minikel posted on 9/24/19

All the times spent with my Uncle Gary and my Aunt Pat, family was a wonderful thing, I will miss my Uncle Gary, a wonderful man and a friend. See you around the next bend Uncle.....Love, Michael

 

Deb and Bob posted on 9/24/19

A beautiful tribute to a wonderful man. Gary has been a great longtime friend and more recently a very special neighbor. He will be missed beyond words can tell. Our condolences to Becky, Tim, Dan Meghan and Nancy. We will always be here for you Nancy.

 

Michael Ramm posted on 9/24/19

Our condolences to the Palasz family. May the memory of your mother give you the same feeling of love you had when she was alive. She lived a long life full of many loved ones. Debbie and I enjoyed visiting her a few years ago. I am sorry I was unable to attend the service. My fondest memories of Aunt Andre were our annual Holiday visits to Milwaukee when we were kids. We always loved sleeping over at her house and hanging with our cousins. My Dad and I will be making a donation to our local library in her honor, as we know she loved reading.

 

RJ Hildebran posted on 9/24/19

This is so sad and hard to comprehend. I am grateful to have shared many great times with Daryl through our teenage years. When you were with Daryl, the “fun meter” was pegged. God bless you my friend and rest in peace! My sympathies to all.

 

Tasha posted on 9/24/19

Mac you will truly be missed in the Vince Lombardi Clinic.. My deepest condolences to the Washington family :)

 

Tawanda Thurman posted on 9/24/19

Mac was "the man". He always had me cracking when I worked in the main surgery dept at St. Luke's. He was a real gentleman!. They don't make men like this anymore. May your journey to heaven. Be a great one. Mr Washington. And to his family. You were blessed to have this man in your life. Prayers to you.

 

Pamela Bottoni posted on 9/24/19

Remember camping with the 2 of them. Lots of fun with our group from work!

 

Barbara Felix posted on 9/24/19

I am so sorry to hear. My condolences to you, Kim.

 

James Espinosa posted on 9/24/19

My sympathies to all of you. I knew Daryl through his work with CJ & Associates and throughout the years came to regard him as a very good friend. I loved to hear his stories about his youth baseball teams and know how proud he was of his sons. All of us at Hooper Corporation will miss him.

 

Jen posted on 9/24/19

So sorry for your loss. Praying for your family that you may find peace and comfort in all your wonderful memories. Jen Paulus (Elm Dale Elementary)

 

Nancy Jacobson posted on 9/24/19

My Sympathies to all of you. Daryl was a wonderful friend from growing up in Waukesha. We all loved him dearly ❤️

 

Chinie posted on 9/24/19

I am deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. I will be Praying for you and your family during this difficult time.

 

 

Kellee Pleggenkuhle (Dick) posted on 9/23/19

Daryl was my dear high school friend, and I will forever cherish sweet memories of him. So very sorry for your families loss.

 

Dianne Montano posted on 9/23/19

We have been blessed to know Betty. I will never forget her sassiness and wit. A women of great skill and beauty in her sewing and crafts. Forever in our hearts. My deepest condolences to everyone in the family.

 

Callum Palmer posted on 9/23/19

When my grandma passes, she'll want to have a proper funeral. We'll want to find an officiant for this. I think that would be one of the better ways to go about doing it.

 

Michele Berkes posted on 9/23/19

I worked with MaryAnn at Northwestern Mutual. She was kind to me as a new manager, offering advice and support. And when our work at NM took different paths, I could still see the difference she made in the lives of those around her. Her smile and her heart will be missed by the many, many lives she touched. My deepest condolences to Sandy and all those who loved MaryAnn.

 

MARY E MOORE NEE GRAHAM posted on 9/23/19

SO TERRIBLY SORRY TO HEAR OF DICK AND BARBARAS GRANDSONS PASSING YOU HAVE MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY

 

 

John and Cindi Gough posted on 9/23/19

Ms, Betty was such a sweetheart! We are so grateful to have known her. Our sincere condolences to our dear friend Marybeth and her family. May she Rest In Peace.

 

Fabi Endres posted on 9/22/19

Your family is in our prayers. He will be a angel in Heaven watching over your family. Sincere condolences.

 

 

Roseanne Wagar (Smyczek) posted on 9/22/19

So sorry for your loss. I will keep you and you family in my prayers

 

Lillie Wells posted on 9/22/19

Sending my deepest condolences Rolonda. Praying for you and the entire family.

 

The Kovnesky Family posted on 9/22/19

Wishing you peace during this time of unimaginable loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Rose Wenzel posted on 9/21/19

Our prayers and condolences to the Washington family in this sad time.

 

Pam and Jeff Stern posted on 9/21/19

Saying prayers and sending hugs for all of you as you deal with the loss of your wonderful son.

 

 

Nicole Wase posted on 9/21/19

Sorry for your loss

 

 

Love Mum & Dad posted on 9/21/19

A loving caring son so sadly missed forever in our hearts xx

 

 

Love Mum & Dad posted on 9/21/19

A loving caring son so sadly missed forever in our hearts xx

 

Deborah magolan posted on 9/21/19

Maryann you were beautiful inside and out. I loved your hair just awesome and always looked great because I cut it . No because it was yours. I will always remember the great book you gave me at your house the last time I cut your hair. I will miss you and love you but not as much as Sandy. You were a great couple. Sandy be strong

 

Linda Simmons posted on 9/21/19

Sincerest Sympathy For you and your family during this difficult time.

 

 

LaNise, Jocelyn & Family posted on 9/21/19

Mac, you will truly be missed, thank you for being the absolute best Grandpa Mac to your granddaughter Jocelyn, the love that you showed for her will forever be remembered & appreciated. Thank you for talking me through my illness and always giving me the best advice. I will make sure that Jocelyn always remembers her Grandpa Mac. You are one of the greatest people that I’ve ever known. My deepest condolences to your beautiful and loving wife Rolonda, Jason, Cameron & the entire Washington family, I sincerely pray all of your comfort and strength during this difficult time from our family to yours.

 

 

Carlissa Tucker posted on 9/21/19

My prayers goes out to the Washington family.

 

Christine Johnson-Taylor posted on 9/20/19

Well Dad, today, we held service to say goodbye to your son, my brother Dan...we barely caught a breath from grieving over, and missing you, and then when I turned the other way for a brief moment-God called Dan up to heaven to be with you...at times I feel bitter, and resentful, bc how could you both just leave us down here to deal with all of life’s BS without u to help us...but mostly I just cry and feel sad, bc I wish more than anything to hug you once more, or hear your vmail saying-Yea hi, it’s dad!...I/we miss you soo very much, and now we miss Dan right along with you!! I hope you’re having a great big happy party in heaven together, bc that’s what you both deserve, but plz know that life down here without the 2first men in my life is definitely no party!! We will be strong though, n face each day as it comes, bc u taught us well....I hope you and dan watch over us everyday bc we need it...thank you for being the most amazing father, grandfather, and friend any of us could ever have wanted...and rest peacefully knowing that we are in this with mom for the long haul....i love u dad, your grateful daughter, Christine xoxoxo /your senorita ❤️

 

Lita Gonzalez-Dickey posted on 9/20/19

To Jim , Pam, Mark, Chris, Terry and Johnny , your spouses and children, our heartfelt condolences on Andrée's passing. May the memories you have of her keep her alive in tour hearts. May she rest in peace . With our sympathy, Jack, Lita, Joshua and Marsha in Toronto.

 

Lita Gonzalez-Dickey posted on 9/20/19

Grandma Andrée will always be remembered as a strong woman yet gentle with everyone she came in contact with. How could I forget my first set of pots and pans when Jack and I got married over 40 years ago, her patient teaching while sewing faux fur coats together, her delightful conversations about bargains, her proud comments about her children, her doll making skills, her belly dancing abilities and the fond memories go on and on. Thanks Andrée for being a much loved member of the entire Gonzalez clan. Enrique and Magnolia will be enjoying a pisco sour with you and here the Gonzalez Dickey in Canada remember you with much love. You will always live in our hearts.

 

 

Tiara posted on 9/20/19

You will be missed! Thank you for the great memories. My condolences to your family

 

 

Tiara posted on 9/20/19

You will be missed! My condolences to your family

 

Natalie Butts posted on 9/20/19

Mac u will be missed. U were an amazing Dad. Thanks for the great advice. May God bless and comfort your family.

 

 

Lisa & Larry White posted on 9/20/19

Steve, Miki and the entire Stark and Inman family are in our prayers as you deal with this incredible loss. Kaden was such an inspiration to many and a very giving soul. His memory will live on for a very long time.

 

Gloria Boyd posted on 9/20/19

You are Truly going to be missed.

 

Linda Simmons posted on 9/20/19

Sincerest Sympathy, For you and your family during this difficult time.

 

 

Kimbly McDonald posted on 9/20/19

You will truly be missed Uncle Mac, we love you! From the Washington, Barnes and McDonald Family

 

Damon Goggans posted on 9/20/19

You will truly be missed Mac! Love you! My deepest condolences to the family from the Goggans Family....

 

Catherine Allen posted on 9/20/19

Condolences to you family

 

shelley gilbertson posted on 9/20/19

Loved this man. Such a loss for us all. My deepest and most sincere condolences to Rolanda and family

 

 

Heather Haynes posted on 9/20/19

Steve, Miki, & family: so sorry to learn of your loss - but share in the gratitude for the time you had with Kaden and the peace our children now have in heaven!

 

Deanna Smitka posted on 9/19/19

You will forever be missed. You were always there for us and you are loved. You were always so much fun and I’d like to celebrate your life. ❤️❤️❤️

 

Deanna posted on 9/19/19

You will forever be missed. You were always there for us and you are loved. You were always so much fun and I’d like to celebrate your life. ❤️❤️❤️

 

Anu (Anita Prasad), Ross and Conlon posted on 9/19/19

We have so many wonderful memories of time spent with Jyoti Bhaiya both in Vernon Hills and Milwaukee. We will miss him. Our thoughts and love are with you, Kirti Bhabhi, Neha and Kartik during this sad time of loss.

 

Shekhar Prasad posted on 9/19/19

i am so sorry to hear about Jyoti Bhaiya’s passing. He was a kind and gentle soul. Every time I met him when visiting my mom and dad he always came across as a soft spoken and a caring individual! Linda and I send our condolence to you Kirti and your family!

 

Sarah posted on 9/19/19

My Grandpa was always a genuine and kind man. The only times he got minimally grumpy was when he was hungry. I still remember fondly going for long walks down the pier at McKinley Marina and driving through his old neighborhood. He loved to share stories and could talk to just about anyone. When my brother and I were young, he taught us to play poker, provided us with endless supplies for arts and crafts, and always had a good ninja movie for us to watch. I always had a great time at Grandpa’s house. He was very proud to be a Great Grandpa and I feel very fortunate that Leo and Lexi got to meet him. They loved him as much as I did. We will all miss you! XOXO

 

Amresh Ranjan posted on 9/19/19

भावभीनी अश्रुपूरित श्रध्दांजलि

 

Sherri Hamilton posted on 9/19/19

The Springfield IL family will miss cousin Gene’s beautiful spirit! She was always a pleasure to be around and shared so much family history. Priceless memories! Rest Well ❤️

 

Hamilton posted on 9/19/19

Sherri

 

Gail DeGrave posted on 9/19/19

So very sorry for the loss of MaryAnn. So young, so fun, so bright, so caring. Sympathy to Sandy, Greg, Pat, Kathy, Bob and their kids.

 

Juanita Rosenbaum posted on 9/19/19

Deb has always been a great friend and coworker - I absolutely loved the lady. The pain we feel now is worth the joy of having had her in our lives- and we will see you again one day Deb.

 

Rajat Verma posted on 9/19/19

We are all saddened to hear that Jyoti Bhaiya left us for heavenly abode. May his soul Rest In Peace. May all the family members get the strength to bear with this loss

 

Kathy Dunn posted on 9/19/19

I am so sorry to hear of Deb's passing. I truly enjoyed our friendship and work partnership. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

 

sasha posted on 9/19/19

What a wonderful soul, dear friend, caring, loving, smart, and funnier than hell co-worker...heaven gained an angel way too soon! you will forever be missed DEB! MUCH LOVE xoxo

 

Issa Gray posted on 9/19/19

Aunt Gene was our family historian. She was love. She was grace. She will truly be missed by all she shared her life with.

 

Munni (Sunita Prasad) posted on 9/19/19

Dear Bhaiya, now that you are gone. You’re no longer here to share the bond we had together - A bond of love and care. A bond between a little sister & and a father figured brother who was my childhood tutor, a mentor, a guide. Who used to give shower, cutting nails, playing ludo with his little sister. Yet, somehow, something tells me you are watching over me. I miss you so very much Bhaiya. You will be in my heart and my prayers always & forever. RIP.

 

Nishant posted on 9/19/19

You will be missed by all of us Mama. My condolences to the whole family and may god give us strength in this time of grief. I have some wonderful memories of mama as spent some great time with him on my visit to Milwaukee, first in 1999 and then subsequently while living in Indianapolis. His warm and welcoming personality combined with his gentle nature was something that I will always remember. He really enthusiastically showed us Milwaukee in the cold weather and made me really feel at home. He leaves us but I pray for him wherever he is. I’m unable to make it there today but my condolences to Kirti mami and the whole family there.

 

Ellen DeGrave posted on 9/19/19

So shocked and sorry to hear about the death of my cousin MaryAnn. My deepest sympathies to Sandy and the family.

 

Nayan and Punam posted on 9/19/19

Dear Kirti bhabhi Words, however kind, can't mend your heartache, but those who care for you share your grief and wish you comfort and peace of mind. My condolences. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, the courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart.May God give enough strength to you all ,Neha ,Kartik and whole family to bear this great loss

 

Dharmesh Prasad posted on 9/19/19

Calm and peaceful is how I remember bhaiya and that image will forever be ingrained in my memory. Though I did not interact much in my growing days – as we were not in Patna – the bond with him was instantaneous given his calm-elder-brother personality. He has left us for his heavenly abode and we are sad – however he remains in our prayers and forever in our hearts. Dearest Jyoti bhaiya your message of simplicity, of serenity, is loud and clear to us. We stand together with Bhabhi and all family members at this difficult juncture.

 

Punam Narain posted on 9/19/19

Dear Bhaiya I am really saddened you left us and resting in peace. The memory will never fade and the bond between us will remain forever. I still remember our childhood which we spent together, you use to tease me Tumhare hair par bichauti ( lizard) and I use to flight!!! I use to tease you as Jyoti bhaiya,bichauti bhaiya (lizard) I remember one incidence , I was carrying a cucumber for you to eat and tripped over which resulted a cut injury on my right side of eye and you were in tears!!!I use to learn cycling whenever you use to visit us! You left for job in USA and I never learned cycling! My memories are still fresh when we visited Milwaukee to celebrate 2001 new year with you.we enjoyed a lot spending time with you and bhabhi .you drove all the way from Milwaukee to Chicago, we visited Lake Michigan,temple,your work place and finally shopping mall.you took care of us with so much love and affection. We again met at Amol’s Wedding and spent lovely time! I feel blessed to have you as my brother. I feel sorry that I couldn’t meet you since years but you have a special place in my heart and that will remain forever! My love and respect is always there even you have gone from this world but I am sure you will come back to this world again and I pray to God to send you again as my brother.

 

Sanjana,Sanjay, Sid, Shubh posted on 9/19/19

We are very sad to hear that Jyoti Bhaiya is no more with us.I had visited him during all my trips to Milwaukee, and we had some great conversations. During one of my visits, my colleague Mike was with me. Jyoti Bhaiya offered him tea, and Mike rarely drinks tea, but he drank some that day. Later I asked him why he drank it and Mike said that he could not say no because of the way Jyoti Bh. asked. We will surely miss the presence of a truly lovable person. May his soul rest in peace and may God give strength to the Bhabhi, Kartik, Neha and family.

 

Sandi Arkens Senins posted on 9/18/19

Wrapping the Palasz family in God's loving arms. May your joy come from all the memories you have of times with your mother. How blessed you were to have her as part of all the generations in your family. Peace and comfort. Sandi Arkens Senins STA 1960

 

Your Daughter "Audrey Kay" posted on 9/18/19

...I miss You So Much...Thank You for "WISDOM" Monty, Ashleigh and Myles are doing GREAT...Monty is playing BOTH Football and Hockey!!!( SMILE)

 

Bridgett Hutchins posted on 9/18/19

I knew Auntee Gene as a child and reunited with her as an adult at Pick and Save; believe it or not. We shared many cherished holidays and outings together and she taught me a great deal about life and relationships and the world. She was a classy lady and will stay alive in my heart.

 

 

Becky Mahan posted on 9/18/19

Even though I didn't see my aunt Charlotte often, she always sent me very thoughtful cards and letters that I have kept and will cherish. I'm grateful I got to talk with her at her house last winter and this past June. Like everyone, I wish there had been more time. Pam and Candace, we're thinking of you and your families as you grieve the loss of your gentle and giving mom. Love to you all.

 

 

Lynn Carroll posted on 9/18/19

You will be greatly missed and always loved❤️❤️

 

Raman Sinha posted on 9/18/19

Very sad to know about the sad demise of Jyoti Bhaiyya. We remember his winsome smile and affections. Rest in peace, Jyoti Bhaiyya. Raman, Anupama, Avantika and Gaurav Sinha

 

Bill Tiegs posted on 9/18/19

Pleas accept my deepest sympathy. Charlotte was always a pleasure to be around and always did an outstanding job while she was with the Greenfield Police Department. Lt Bill Tiegs Greenfield PD Retired

 

Ashok and Kathy Parikh posted on 9/18/19

We have many fond memories of our times with you. We raised our children together and shared our life experiences. You are truly missed.

 

Russ, Beth, Briana and Collin posted on 9/18/19

So many memories over so many years! Life paths may change, but memories stay forever. I am so very sorry for your loss, Dave. My sympathies to you as well as to Dan and Donna, Dave and Bonnie, and the rest of your family. She will be dearly missed!

 

Janice E Miller posted on 9/18/19

I knew Char when her girls were just babies in Milwaukee. She and Jim had such a loving family. They were nice to me when I was alone in Milwaukee.. I recall going on a road trip with them to Horican Marsh to see all the birds in fall. RIP Char, you will be missed

 

Alok & Priti Sinha posted on 9/18/19

We are deeply saddened to know that Jyoti Bhaiya is no more with us. We will, forever, cherish the wonderful time we spent together when he came to Seattle in June, 2009 or when we went to Milwaukee to visit him. In Seattle, we had a lot of fun together playing cards late night, telling jokes and watching movies. Though there was significant difference in our age, it never came in the way of our interaction with Jyoti Bhaiya. He will always remain in our memory as someone who was very jovial and fun to be around. May God rest his soul in peace.

 

Christine Johnson-Taylor posted on 9/17/19

Dan, whoah....What a ride it’s been my baby brother..although I hadn’t seen u for a few weeks, I’m missing u like crazy already, and can not comprehend that you’re no longer down here with me!..I know life hasn’t been easy for us, and so we’ve shared the best and the worst of times along the way, yet through it all, you never ceased to amaze me with your innocent, child-like disposition, and the strength to continue your fight...you never recognized the bad in people around u-all you ever acknowledged was their kindness, friendship and love from everyone..even those who turned their backs on u at times..there were days when u had nothing more than the shirt u wore on your back, and still would offer that shirt to any stranger who u felt needed it more...as your older sister, I see in hindsight, that all you ever truly wanted was to feel liked and loved by others, bc u couldn’t seem to like and love yourself...we could all learn lessons from u!!!.....I’m sorry if I let you down along the way-but please know that I will never ever stop loving you...some of it was my own ignorance, and I apologize...GOD blessed me with an amazing brother to call my very own, and now I choose to call u my guardian angel Dan, as I’m/we are gonna need u up thr to watch over us down here! My life will never be the same without hearing your silly and hilarious jokes, your comforting voice, or seeing your handsome and warm smile!.....thank you for being my brother, thank u for the honor of being your sister, and thank you for trying not to ever give up....ooo and one last thing-Dont you ever worry-we will always lookout for “That kid on the bike !!!!!” Lol .....Dan, I will continue to love you thru all of eternity,....your partner in crime with bungee-jumping, your sister-Christine ...rest in peace now Dan ..

 

Madhu Prasad posted on 9/17/19

It is hard to put in words what Jyoti Bhaiya meant to us and how much he will be missed. He was my husbands elder brother and he was both elder in age and in relationship. However, he always treated me like his equal and as a friend. When we lived in Elk Grove and Rockford, we spent a lot of time together. We talked about Indian music and movies for hours back then. I felt I could joke and tease him easily without fear of upsetting him. I remember at his 25th wedding anniversary I had put together a little program where I teased him and he took it all in good spirit. He not only enjoyed it but he actually praised my effort. We had spent many good times together on family trips and at our respective homes. We have a lot of good memories. I am thankful that we arrived last week and got to spend some time with him before he passed away. He went in his sleep peacefully and I pray that his soul rests in peace.

 

Debbie Nobile posted on 9/17/19

Deb was a beautiful soul and I am so thankful I had the opportunity to know her. My deepest sympathy and prayers for all of you.

 

Jackie H. posted on 9/17/19

My sympathies to Deb’s family & friend. What a great, funny woman...she will be missed.

 

Seema & Raj posted on 9/17/19

Jyoti Bhaiya was a kind and loving person. Our condolences to all family members. May his soul Rest In Peace.

 

Smita Prasad posted on 9/17/19

Sad to hear that he is no more. May chacha Rest In Peace.

 

Bhakti Prasad posted on 9/17/19

Very sad news may god keep his soul in peace we pray for him

 

Anil posted on 9/17/19

I lost my brother and my best friend on September 15th. Our siblings were much younger than us, so two of us grew together in India and were always at each other’s side. When I came to US long ago, I felt very lonely as I had no family here in the US. Then my brother joined me in US and we were a family again. He was such a pleasant, kind and unselfish soul. I will miss him, always.

 

 

Dolores Andre posted on 9/17/19

So many happy memories of your mom for you and everyone who knew her. So nice working with her and sharing interests and a friendship with her through the years! And what a terrific family she has as her legacy! ❤️

 

Jean and John DiMotto posted on 9/17/19

Linda, we are very sorry that Ken died so unexpectedly. He was a good man who proudly served our country. We feel deeply for you in this loss. Be gentle with yourself as you grieve.

 

eileen k otto posted on 9/17/19

Bill.....so many years .. so many wonderful memories .....you led a wonderful life , were a wonderful friend .....Be happy in Heaven ......you will stay in my heart forever dear friend ....

 

Sarah Graziano posted on 9/16/19

Danny...I will always remember our times in high school. RIP DJ.

 

 

Maureen Ann O’Keefe posted on 9/16/19

Dear Uncle Willie your kindness and smile will be missed greatly. Love you, Mo

 

Jennifer peschke posted on 9/16/19

I remember lu through family and she was a very sweet lady will be missed

 

Jennifer Mosby posted on 9/16/19

Gone too soon. Cousin, you will always be remembered and loved.

 

Monique (Brooks) Brannon posted on 9/16/19

Timon and Nebritt, I am so sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. I will continue to pray for your family. I love and miss you guys.

 

 

JM posted on 9/15/19

Good dude will be missed...great lakes and the good old days

 

Louise Au posted on 9/15/19

Sandy my prayers are with you. Mary Ann was a special day and great neighbor. Her smile will be missed.greatly. Cherish your memories . Love you too.

 

Greg and Lori Schmidt posted on 9/14/19

Lori and I were deeply sadened to hear of Kens passing. We looked forward to the time we spent together each year at the Tomahawk, Wisconsin outboard motor meet. Many joyous memories. He will be greatly missed.

 

 

nancy fitch posted on 9/13/19

Hudson, You're one of Heaven's angels now, A perfect little star, and when you shine the world can see how beautiful you are. May you fly with magic wings on clouds so soft and white, may your heart be joyful and your days be bathed in light. And though our hearts are broken, your life was way to short, we thank you sweetest angel for the happiness you brought to our lives. Grandma and Grandpa Fitch Forever in our hearts!

 

Susan Yaunke posted on 9/13/19

Gene Hutchins was a very caring,loving woman. She was one of a kind and very unique. She was a friend of my family. Known Gene since I was about 6 or 7 years old. I loved Gene like a second mother. She was a good mother figure. I was pretty close to her. I always told her I loved her everytime i talked to her. She will truly b missed. God be with you Gene. Love and miss you.

 

 

Deb Raasch, Mowen posted on 9/13/19

She always had a smile on her face. And was like a mother to us kids growing up. She'll never be forgotten and will be missed dearly.. prayers to her kids and grandkids.

 

Donnie Holloway (Omaha Nebraska) posted on 9/13/19

Words cannot even begin to express our sorrow of losing Cousin Gene she was at every family reunion and was loved by everyone! My prayer is that you feel GOD's love and comfort as you mourn the loss of your sweet and loved mother who was loved by all the family

 

 

Susan Yaunke posted on 9/13/19

Gene Hutchin's was a good woman& a dear friend of my family.She was so sweet,kind and loving woman. I've known Gene since I was about 6 years old. She will truly be missed. I really loved Gene a lot.

 

Gregory kriegl posted on 9/13/19

Linda you have my deepest sympathy‘s. Me and my neighbor and Kenny we’re out in the alley talking that evening. He seemed like he was feeling fine. What a blow. He will be missed he was a good man.

 

 

The Staff The Gathering posted on 9/13/19

Our prayers are with the family - sending God's peace & grace to all of you

 

 

Steve Jaeckels posted on 9/12/19

Praying that God’s love surrounds all of you and brings peace and comfort.

 

 

Jennifer barrette posted on 9/12/19

Thoughts and prayers are with you

 

Bridget Zangl posted on 9/12/19

Craig, our kids, & I are so very sorry for your loss Linda. Kenny will be missed at the Cecil campground that is for certain! Keeping you and your family in our thoughts & prayers. Love The Zangls! Craig, Bridget, Jake, Morgan, & Zac.

 

Pastor Peter Snyder posted on 9/12/19

I am deeply sorry for your loss, but I rejoice with you in the victory that is Tim's in Jesus. I had him for Latin back in the early '80s and enjoyed it. My brother and I also helped him roof a couple of Wisco teachers' homes. God give you the comfort and strength that come through our risen Savior.

 

Leslie Spiece posted on 9/12/19

MaryAnn was my first boss at NM. She was wonderful to work for and with. Deepest sympathy to the family, Leslie Spiece

 

 

Susan Wegmann posted on 9/12/19

I will miss you, your smile, your kindness and friendship. I will love you forever. Susan wegmann

 

Nancy Faulk posted on 9/12/19

Tim and Jean were both friends and neighbors, Tim will be deeply missed! He was a kind and gentle soul. Both Tim and Jean are kind and deeply religious people and I know that Tim is with the Lord. My deepest sympathies to all of you and I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Lisa Schaub posted on 9/12/19

Nancy and family, So sorry for your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Lisa Schaub

 

 

Kim Harris posted on 9/12/19

So many wonderful memories spending time with you and your parents growing up. I always loved your mom’s sense of humor. So much love being sent your way Kelly and family

 

Pam Gutmann posted on 9/12/19

I worked for Mary Ann quite a few years ago. She was the sweetest and kindest woman. She was one of the first to give me solid directional feedback, which has since continued to help me to mold and shape my career. I'll never forget her supporting & insightful words. My condolences to all of you.

 

Karin (Woelfel) Newkirk posted on 9/11/19

I am sorry for your loss. He was a gret nan and guidance counselor.

 

Dave & Ginger Kraus posted on 9/11/19

Mara, Penny and Family, My very deepest of sympathy to all of you. To our family Bill was always a very kind and gentle man who will be deeply missed by the Kraus'. Besides be extremely smart, I have to say the one thing that I will always remember is that when I'd give him a hug, he alway smelled so good! Love to all!

 

Patti Gross posted on 9/11/19

RIP Patty

 

 

.jan Seeber, lovingwife posted on 9/10/19

Bill Will. Be missed by friends and family. he was a good husband and a loyal friend.

 

David Asperheim posted on 9/10/19

Tom, It has been years since Cathy worked in our Timken office, in Wauwatosa. She was a real pleasure with whom to work, and so sorry for your loss.

 

Sharon Wendland posted on 9/10/19

Bob was always very kind to me and my mom. He will be sorely missed

 

Tammy Lichucki posted on 9/10/19

So sorry for your loss our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

valerie posted on 9/10/19

Emily I'm so sorry for your loss, I pray your strength for you and your family

 

Susan Jessup posted on 9/9/19

Sorry to hear about Cathy. My prayers are with her family.

 

Erik Rhine posted on 9/9/19

I am very sorry for your loss. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Jackie Ratliff posted on 9/9/19

I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May Randy rest in peace now!!

 

 

Jackie Ratliff posted on 9/9/19

REST IN PEACE RANDY

 

Colleen Pasco posted on 9/9/19

My love and condolences to the Vogt and Perry families. Some of my favorite childhood memories include Cathy and her laugh.

 

Marie Brylow posted on 9/9/19

So very sorry to hear of Cathy’s passing. She is now with her dear Mom and Dad and Mark in Heaven! My prayers for Cathy and her family.

 

Dan & LaLa Hughes posted on 9/8/19

So sorry to hear of Cathy's passing. Prayers for your entire family and may God be with all of you.

 

Mary (Hughes) Larson posted on 9/8/19

Our hearts and sympathy are with you all. God Bless!

 

Sandy and Percy posted on 9/8/19

Bob and Family, Please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of Kirsten. She lived a beautiful life and will be missed. Your family is in our thoughts. All our love.

 

Sandy Gnerlich posted on 9/7/19

My deepest sympathy to Jim, Nancy, John, and the rest of the family. Your mom was very special and I will miss her.

 

Audrey Curry posted on 9/7/19

Sooo sorry for your loss. Sincere condolences. Prayers are coming your way for you and your family.

 

Gary Brownell posted on 9/7/19

My memories of Liz are from Plymouth Church. I worked there in the summer so I’d see her during the week as well as Sundays. She always had a ready smile and cheerful demeanor. She was a lovely bright spot in everyone’s world.

 

Chet Geels posted on 9/6/19

Great guy, he will be missed. Condolences to the family.

 

Marvel Williamson posted on 9/6/19

My sincere sympathy to you, Lynn, ………..Karen was such a special person, close friend and often roommate at P.E.O. conventions. She was my P.E.O. mentor. We all loved her dearly. I am so sad that I cannot attend her services...…...I cannot drive at night anymore, and leave the next day for International Convention in Des Moines. God Bless...………...

 

Renee Barutha posted on 9/6/19

So sorry for your loss. Taken way too young. May the memories of your life together comfort you. God Bless RIP Kristen

 

Chuck Wild posted on 9/6/19

Becky and Family, please except my heartfelt sympathy.

 

 

Pat and Andy Pernitz posted on 9/6/19

We're so sorry for your loss. We will certainly miss Red and his endearing stories about his cabin and feeding the deer.

 

Linda Stone posted on 9/6/19

All the wonderful stories Bob told about you while sitting in the chair.

 

 

Dennis & Joann Stachewicz posted on 9/6/19

our deepest sympathy , prayers and thoughts to you Becky and the family . Hugs Love Cousin Dennis and Joann

 

Christian Deleon posted on 9/6/19

I will miss you Grandpa I will see you again when the time comes

 

Jack Martin posted on 9/5/19

Remember the first time we . You were a little pistol, firecracker, cool person to be be around. Back then all you want to do is stay looking teed off. Find everything you could do just that irritate me. You know you my sister you can find a way to do it together. Your eyes are only closed for the moment my little angel. Love and miss you Brandy. Tell my sister Dawn I said what's up. Try not to rest in too much peace! Kick up some dust raise a little well you get the idea.

 

 

Barbara Vercimak posted on 9/5/19

Memories of our past never forgotten. The teasing the laughs the good times. Your in the hands of the Lord and peace.

 

George and Carla Kaseno posted on 9/5/19

So sorry for your loss.

 

Rita Burfeind posted on 9/5/19

Dearest Bob and Family -- May God surround you with His comfort in the days ahead. I know this has been-- and is -- a very hard time for you. Loveyoualways!

 

Dan & Pam Bailey posted on 9/5/19

High School Principle !972 Awesome Man God Bless His family.

 

Dan & Pam Bailey posted on 9/5/19

So sorry to hear Mr. Stern passed .He was a wonderful Principle who taught me the right things to do. We won't find them like Jerry any more. God Bless

 

Candace Ermenc (Endres) posted on 9/5/19

My condolences go out to the family of Gerald Stern, he was my biology teacher class of 66

 

 

Marty Newman posted on 9/5/19

I was shocked and saddened to hear that Bill had passed..He was a great person and we shared alot of good times..Im glad he crossed my path in life..He was a great teacher and the world is a better place because of him..May God hold Jan and all the family close in your time of sorrow..you'll be in my thoughts and prayers..

 

Marty Newman posted on 9/5/19

Just learned of Bill's passing..I was saddened..Bill was a great person and always enjoyed being his friend..He was a great teacher..and the world is better place because of him..May God hold you all near in this time of sorrow..You'll will be in my thoughts and prayers..

 

 

Denice d Walker posted on 9/5/19

Janet herring was my coworker will truly be missed

 

 

Amanda Rivera posted on 9/4/19

I am going to miss you so very much Flander! I know you are flying with Jason and DJ, I hope you gave them both big hugs and kisses for me when they met you at Heavens Gates. I love you and will forever miss you sister!

 

Adam ryan posted on 9/4/19

Loved her for 3 years she was my best friend we spent alot of time together I'm so sorry for your loss

 

Jack and Gerry Sattalo posted on 9/4/19

We have many good memories of the times we spent with Don and Patt in Orange Beach Alabama. We have missed him so much the past few years. Our condolences go out to his family.

 

Jan Major posted on 9/4/19

Laura and Dan, Sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I just found out or I would have been there for both of you.

 

Tom Putzer posted on 9/4/19

Many good times with Don at Orange Beach, Al. over the years. Happy to call him my friend ! He will be missed. My sympathy to his family

 

Kristin Fekete posted on 9/4/19

Kirsten was a role model and true inspiration for those that were blessed to have known her. I had the privilege of working with Kirsten for close to 7 years at UWM. She was hard working, dedicated, and always put the students' best interest first. UWM was lucky to have her on their team. I'm so sorry for your loss as heaven as gained a wonderful angel. I will continue to pray for peace and comfort for your family during this most difficult time.

 

Jane Kuter posted on 9/4/19

No words can ease the sorrow you all are going through. May the memories of your wife and mother help you through this difficult time. My prayers are with you all.

 

Rev. Larry & Sabrina Nunley posted on 9/4/19

With prayers and deepest sympathy Blessings

 

Darren & Linda Woods posted on 9/4/19

To the family of Kirsten Archambeau, We are so sorry for your loss. Kirsten was a wonderful person and she will be truly missed at UW-Milwaukee! Our prayers are with you.

 

Nancy Baas posted on 9/4/19

Bob & family: When you lose someone you love, you gain an angel you know. The sun,the moon,the wind, the stars, will forever be around reminding you all of the love you shared, and the peace she’s finally found. My love, hugs and prayers to all of you during this very difficult time.

 

Mary Wagner posted on 9/4/19

Will miss you Uncle Donny. One of the kindest men on this planet. Remember your smile at Sentry. Remember you taking out the garbage cans for my Dad...your brother Elroy...when he couldn't do it anymore. Remember how much it meant to all of us when you came to the Podewils family Christmas at my Dad's house. All the singing and dancing and gifts galore. So honored you always came. Love from your niece.

 

James "Jim" Bolton posted on 9/3/19

Frank has been a dear friend of Bobbi and I since 2002 when we moved into the apartment below his in West Allis, WI. I have been calling for months in an effort to get in touch with him. Since our move to Oklahoma in 2011 I tried to call to talk with him at least every couple weeks. I knew Frank had prostate cancer but I thought the VA was taking care of that. Gonna miss you Buddy, feel like I'm a better person having known you. God Bless

 

Steve & Laura Carini posted on 9/3/19

Kirsten was truly an incredible woman, full of love, life, sincerity, and joy. She will be immensely missed. May you take comfort in the love of family and friends during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Judy Maas for Harriet (Driessel/Carey/Van Dreel} Andersen posted on 9/3/19

To Alice's family and friends: My mother Harriet was a fellow Marquette Nursing College Alumni of Alice's. They were dear friends for many years. They were part of a close-knit group of friends who met while attending nursing school, and they would get together occasionally as their busy lives would allow, as marriages and children and life itself went on. As their families grew and started families of their own, these women would meet for lunch on a yearly basis, including their spouses, for wonderful visits. Over the years, some lost their husbands, and the lunch get-togethers got smaller, but no less enjoyable. Then the friends themselves started passing away, and the lunches got more difficult to arrange. My mother Harriet and I met Alice in Milwaukee for lunch about three or four years ago and as always, Alice was her sunny, loving self, and we had such a nice visit. That was the last time we got together, and mail sent to her home was returned by the post office. And now the sad news that she has passed away. Alice was such a loving person, and I always felt that she was a part of my extended family, while I was growing up. My mother turned 99 years of age on August 20th, and she is sad to be the last of this wonderful group of friends. We extend our sincere sympathies to Alice's family. We have missed her for the past several years already, but had held out hope that we might "find" her again. I know that she will be at St. Peter's side as part of the greeting committee when we get to Heaven.

 

Chris and Gary Horvath posted on 9/3/19

Bob and family we are sorry for your loss. Kirsten is now free of pain and suffering. May your love and memories stay safe in your heart and sustain you for your time left here on earth until you are together again❤️

 

 

Jinnae posted on 9/3/19

Brandi was always a sweet person to me. She will be greatly missed.

 

 

Ma Neumann posted on 9/2/19

You will truly be missed by many

 

Tami posted on 9/2/19

My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Donna Wood posted on 9/1/19

How blessed I've been to have Fran volunteer as an aide in my First Grade Classroom about 10 years ago. Always loved to work with the children. A beautiful classy lady with a kind sweet disposition who loved her family so much. Our condolences to everyone as we keep all in prayer.

 

Skip Runte posted on 9/1/19

Though time and distance often separates families, fond memories remain. The photos brought back several memories of our childhood and families. RIP Jerry and my condolences to your family.

 

Mary Lou and Jim Glasl and Family posted on 9/1/19

I am so sorry for your loss. She was such a dear and loving friend. She had such a beautiful smile and she was always there to help someone. She made our family so welcome at Moose lake. She enjoyed life and had a strong belief in God. We have many memories like floating on the bouncing waves of Moose lake in our inner tubes, don't forget the Saturday night trips to Le Duc's for turtle sundaes and the times we would sit and watch the kids toast marshmallows in a fire by the lake. She adored her family. Irene made the world a better place..

 

Anne and Don Bauer posted on 8/31/19

To the children of Irene and Jerry, Our deepest sympathy to you and your families. We would have liked to come to the funeral, but due to circumstances we are unable to do so. Anne recalls aunt Angeline keeping her mother informed about the Otto Lehman family and when the twins were born. My mother was a fan of Irene and talked about her often years ago.

 

Jim & Karen Cramer posted on 8/30/19

Dear Nancy and Family, Please accept our sincere and heartfelt sympathy. As the person who took Jerry's biology position when he became Assistant Principal at East, I would like to offer a few thoughts. From my first days, Jerry was supportive and helpful. He didn't have as easy job acting as a buffer between a number of us and A.O. Smith. We did our jobs to the best of our abilities and he knew that and supported us - he had our backs. We also had his back when help was needed. I celebrated the day he took over as Principal. Teaching was a lot more fun and rewarding after that. He gave Keith Carlson and myself the latitude to develop ecology programs and the Nature Center at East. He knew that we had our students' best interests at heart and that was ours and his philosophy of education. Rest in peace, Jerry, and hope that our work helped make this a better world.

 

Carl schmeckpeper posted on 8/29/19

Our sympathy to the family RIP Jerry

 

Donna and Paul Marcott posted on 8/29/19

Dear brother your struggle is over. You are home. Your pain is behind you. We grieve but yet are joyful that you are reunited with loved ones. Go in peace

 

Terrence Teske posted on 8/29/19

Hank I enjoyed our time playing golf for sure. Thank you for serving! God Bless

 

 

Geoffrey, Joanne, Jackson, Gavin and Lillian Burch posted on 8/29/19

I will always remember Mary sending Don over with boxes of goodies she had found at the thrift store for my three little ones. She loved them like her own. We will miss her smile and friendly hello from over the fence.

 

~Ana posted on 8/28/19

Auntie I last saw you on your birthday I wish I got to see you more I love you so much❤️

 

 

Ashley posted on 8/28/19

Brandi,you were such a kind and loving hearted woman. You will be missed.

 

Susan Bonneau posted on 8/28/19

So graceful and lovely is how I remember 'Beth's mom'. She made a mean can of Chef Boyardee spaghetti back in the day. And, I have many very fond memories of the Wolfman family. God Bless and my deepest Condolences.

 

 

Brenda posted on 8/28/19

My deepest condolences to the family. I only knew Brandi a short time but we clicked and I am truly gonna miss our talks. RIH Brandi

 

Kelli Stalker and kids posted on 8/28/19

I have so many memories of us. From skipping school to playing flashlight tag with the kids. You will be truly missed. Love you my friend. Love Kelli

 

Kelli a Schlitt posted on 8/28/19

I have so many memories of us. From skipping school to playing flashlight tag with the kids. You will be truly missed. Love you my friend. Love Kelli

 

Carol Boehm posted on 8/27/19

Our deepest sympathy to all of you in the loss of my cousin Jerry. He will be remembered. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Darris Montgomery posted on 8/27/19

I would just like to send my condolences to Brandi's family. And through this, pay my respects.

 

Janet Ann Current Brothers posted on 8/27/19

My Dearest Big Sister, I'm thankful for your words of wisdom and the many rides we shared together going to work; Sharon's coffee together; going to church together; and of course watching Syfy. You will always be remembered for you courage and Faith to always g Keep moving forward. You were a true testament of someone who was lead by faith so matter the storm. We will always have you in or hearts. Love baby sister

 

Glenda Lanita Current posted on 8/27/19

Good morning my dear Sister. Sadness may have to my eyes but supreme joy came to my heart when you went home. I truly thank God for placing our temples in the same house family. I am more thankful that we are in the same Spiritual Family. One of the may things I treasure among all of the family memories is knowing we will meet again. I am glad that we were able to accomplish your desire to have everyone gather together and have a good meal in your memory. We had a great time. I pray that we will continue to celebrate the good times we shared.Keep singing God's praises. We will never be able to fill your shoes but we will keep your children close in our hearts and lives. Loving you FOREVER!!!! Nita

 

William Honrath posted on 8/26/19

Some of my happiest memories are of time spent with the Lehman family many years ago. Irene and Jerry created an incredible family and endured more than their share of hardship and sadness. The happiness and love they gave with others are a lasting memorial and are truly remarkable. Irene was the incredible matriarch and the kind of person the world needs more of.

 

Janet posted on 8/26/19

Even with all the hard-knocks life sent Emmaline's way, I never heard her complain. She always told me that the Lord was good. She considered her friends to be some of her blessings. I feel honored but humbled to be counted as a friend.

 

Downhillers Ski Club posted on 8/26/19

On behalf of the Downhillers Ski Club the Board of Directors sends condolences to Sue,. Leo and their family. The Downhillers Ski Club lost a valued, long time member. Rudi will be remembered by all the members that new him from going on ski trips and camping trips with him.

 

Michael E Devorse a.k.a Mike D. posted on 8/26/19

So very sadden to hear you passed my good friend . Still can't believe it. I keep having flashbacks and memories of all of us in highschool and after. All the things that we've been through. It was a heck of a crew we had back in the day. Good friends who had each other's back . You are and will always be missed but never ever forgotten. Much love R.I.H. my friend until we meet again !!!

 

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 8/26/19

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 Irene's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

Carole Larson Kossoris posted on 8/25/19

Jerry Stern was a force at Brookfield East— as a coach, assistant principal, and principal. He loved East, “a place of business.” I knew him as a student from 1967; as a teacher from 1973. His vigor and energy were evident to the end. My thoughts are with his wife Nancy and his family.

 

Carole Larson Kossoris posted on 8/25/19

Jerry Stern was a force at Brookfield East— as a coach, assistant principal, and principal. He loved East, “a place of business.” I knew him as a student from 1967; as a teacher from 1973. My thoughts are with his wife Nancy and his family. I will miss him.

 

Steve and Anna, Barb, Nancy posted on 8/25/19

There is love that will live forever and there are memories that will shine through the sorrow. May the wonderful memories of your mother’s love be with you and comfort you. The Lorenz family

 

 

Cheryl Meisinger posted on 8/24/19

Always smiling, laid back, smart, witty, an absolutely beautiful soul is how I will always remember my Aunt Betty!

 

Bryon and Marge posted on 8/24/19

Sadly, we just learned of Uncle Norb's passing. He was so kind to us, whenever we saw him at extended family gatherings (which dwindled in frequency in recent years)...and when he'd recruit us to play in his bowling tournaments. What a joy it was to spend time with him! Our sympathies to you, his daughters and grandkids/great-grandkids.

 

Gary Seefeldt posted on 8/24/19

I remember almost like yesterday, Uncle Herb would drive up from the big city and visit for the weekend. He worked for a cool company, Harley Davidson, and on those weekend trips usually drove a Buick Skylark GS or a black 4x4 GM pickup pulling a trailer. The trailer would have his latest project within. This could be a full-sized tractor, a garden tractor, a mini bike, a snowmobile, a motorcycle or something else really cool. On a couple of these trips, I would go to mini-tractor pulls with him where I would pull his garden tractor and then he would pull it in the adult class. Godspeed, rest in peace - Uncle.

 

Joyce Werner posted on 8/24/19

Alison was a wonderful speech pathologist. She was in my cluster group for many years and was always positive. She was warm and friendly to everyone. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Landa Basham posted on 8/23/19

Kathy, Debbie and family. We are sending heartfelt condolences and sympathy for your loss. We enjoyed hearing stories and seeing many of the outings you all shared at this stage of your mom's life. Much love to you all.

 

 

Brenda Frick posted on 8/23/19

She was such a Positive In Life Honey

 

Karen Johnson Prust posted on 8/23/19

You were a great teacher and a great man Mr. Stern. Be at peace with the Lord.

 

PETE KALINOSKY posted on 8/23/19

Deepest regards to all in the Ciardo family, especially Sheila and Peter. It must be truly difficult to lose a son and brother at so young an age... I have many fond memories of my friend, Paul who I knew for several years working alongside him at the Hartford QuadGraphics as well as socially outside work at Hammerin' Hanks and Strategies. Also visited at his apartments in Hartford and at home in Muskego a couple times... Have one especially great memory attending the Brewers game at Miller Park to celebrate his 40th birthday with him and having the Brewers win the game on a walk-off homer by Ryan Braun in the bottom of the 10th inning I believe !! What a way to celebrate your birthday !! Anyway, a pleasant journey to you, my friend, Paul ...I'll miss you a lot ! To the rest of the family, please hang in there and know GOD has another plan for Paul now and for eternity... Inner peace to you all !! PETE KALINOSKY Hartford, Wisconsin

 

Michael and LouAnn kojis posted on 8/23/19

So sorry for your loss Alex. Our condolences to you and your family. You are in our prayers.

 

Kim and Patsy posted on 8/23/19

Alison was a lovely person and will be greatly missed. You have our deepest condolences.

 

 

Linnet Hutchison posted on 8/23/19

Rip

 

Bryan Ball posted on 8/23/19

Grandpa, You were a major part of my life from early childhood through my adult years. I will cherish those early years of playing games, going to races and tractor pulls and being on the farm. Showing me how all your tools worked by always having a big wheel, mini bike, dirt bike, tractors and safe cars and trucks to play with. You were a true legend to me teaching me the true meaning of a hard worker. Your guidance will carry me until the end if my days. I will miss you dearly grandpa

 

Corrine (Howard) Pillsbury posted on 8/23/19

I grew up across the street from Mrs. Breaker. She was such a kind person. I enjoyed our visits together, remembering all the neighbors and how special they all were and it made for a great neighborhood to grow up in. I will remember her always!

 

Rick Grubanowitch posted on 8/23/19

Rest In Peace, my condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Stern. Class of 69, BEHS.

 

Haley Winter posted on 8/22/19

Sending all my love to the Wadsworth family during this difficult time. I love you all.

 

Denny and Joan Behr posted on 8/22/19

Nancy and Family, Denny and I were so sad to hear of Jerry's death. We always enjoyed his enthusiasm, love for the Navy and love for his family. He will be missed by his fellow Navy Leaguers. I always loved how he introduced himself as a "tin can" sailor. Brings a sme to my face. As Christian's, we have the promise of everlasting life in heaven with our Savior Jesus Christ. What a friend we have in Jesus! Those words bring comfort. May Jerry's memory never fade from our lives here on Earth. So glad God gave us the opportunity to know such a good friend. Our deepest sympathies to each of you. May God bless and kerp.you always!

 

 

Michelle Bruss posted on 8/22/19

My deepest sympathy to you Sheila, Peter, and Sarah. Gone too soon, but finally at peace. Rest well my nephew, say 'Hi' to your dad and the rest of the Ciardo clan. You may be gone,but you will never be forgotten. Keep a light on for us. Love, Auntie Shelly & Uncle Scott

 

Pam Shomler posted on 8/22/19

Kaleb and Jessica, My thoughts and prayers are with you. May you continue to be there for each other in the good times and the bad. Cherish the memories you had with your son, even though he was on earth for such a short time. He is in heaven now.

 

 

Ann Stokman posted on 8/22/19

Sorry to hear of the loss

 

Wendy and Dennis Schultz and family posted on 8/22/19

Losing a parent is extremely hard on a child. Especially a parent as loving and active in your lives as your mom was. It was a great blessing to have her so long in your lives. Especially the past year when she was in West Bend with you full time. You packed alot of memories in the time your shared with her. Finding comfort in the fact she is with Dad and Craig again is something you will find eventually. For now, cry, mourn, miss her.....that is ok to take care of your need to be sad. It is ok to break down for no reason. It is ok to feel angry that you can't have a cup of coffee with her, or go to the parade with her. Take your time, grieve at your own pace. Where there was great love....there will be great grief. Love to you all.

 

 

Diana poweleit posted on 8/21/19

You will be missed my friend...RIP

 

DEBORAH Weinfuss posted on 8/21/19

KATHY FERBOS WAS a very dear cousin ofDEBORAH WEINFUSS .

 

Nancy Knecht posted on 8/21/19

Thinking of you all.

 

 

Trisha Prange posted on 8/21/19

Our hearts are saddened by your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you May God's peace and comfort find you during this difficult time. There are some who bring a light so great in the world That even after they are gone the light remains... Fly High until we meet again~ Love, Brian & Trisha Prange

 

Faye Talatzko posted on 8/21/19

Christine and family, thinking of you. Thank you for showing the link to "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep." A donation has been made in memory of Raelyn.

 

Ron Fischer posted on 8/21/19

It was a treat to see louis at the Jordan reunion recently at Greenfield Park. We shared chorus for three years together in high school. Always enjoyed his engaging smile and willingness to share his many talents. Let his loving heart live on in all that had the fortune to know him!

 

Herman & Lavvon Oscarson posted on 8/21/19

Our sympathy to you and family. Rest in peace Dylan.

 

Marie (Schultz) Gutierrez posted on 8/21/19

My condolences to the Ekker family. I am Dennis Schultz's daughter, we used to go camping together at Double K-D Ranch in Baraboo, WI with the Ekker family. Those were good times and great memories I will never forget. "Letcho" was always the best meal, I loved it.

 

Debra Hawkins posted on 8/21/19

As a co-worker Jake was always helpful, kind and respectful. There wasn't anything he wouldn't do to help someone. He did enjoy teasing me whenever we were in the same golf foursome; that was part of his charm. I'll miss 'Chocolate Chip'.

 

Bobbi Caspar posted on 8/21/19

Rest in Peace Greg, and our Condolences to all family and friends. There is a struggle with the sadness ahead of you. Be comforted knowing he is in very good hands now. He loves you. Stay close with one another.

 

Kelly Van Dam posted on 8/21/19

With heartfelt sympathy on the passing of your father Greg Wadsworth . May the love, prayers and support of your family and friends bring you comfort during this most difficult time - Love, Kelly Van Dam

 

Jim Gabriell posted on 8/21/19

So sorry for the lost of her. Prayers to the family.

 

Camilla Culpepper posted on 8/21/19

Deepest Condolences to Bob and Anne on the loss of Bob's Father. Wishing you peace at this difficult time.

 

Hillary O'Connell posted on 8/21/19

To my Papou, I will never forget your sense of humor, wisdom, and appetite (for both life and food of all kinds). Whether it was watching a Packer game, trying new sushi, or dancing at a wedding, spending time with you was always so special to me. You will be missed greatly by many, but I know you are reunited now with the love of your life. I love you. Opa!

 

Susan (Sampson) posted on 8/21/19

I will miss you dear brother in law. You gave me strength and encouragement during my life changing moment. So glad you where in my life.

 

Susan (Sampson) posted on 8/21/19

I will miss you dear brother in law, we had many happy times together. And, you helped me be a Sampson when the unexpected life changing event happened.

 

Sue Gerecke posted on 8/20/19

While I only spent time with Alison no more than half a dozen times, we bonded instantly and enjoyed each other ‘s company. She was such a sweet lady and I know she will be missed by many people. My sympathies to her family and friends and especially Randy.

 

Tammy and Ryan Haas posted on 8/20/19

We are so sorry for your loss of your precious baby boy. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Mike Kuba posted on 8/20/19

I got to know Rob better by working alongside him these past two and a half years. I found that he was a kind and compassionate man who cared about others. He went the extra mile to make sure things went as smoothly as possible. I know he will be greatly missed. I am very glad to have known him and been a small part of his life. Mike and Sue Kuba

 

Mike and Jacquetta Smith posted on 8/20/19

We will always remember the great times during the annual golfing trips to Atlanta. Our sympathy to Jake’s family and friends. In time the blessing of God’s unfailing grace will soften the hurt that you’re feeling and bring your heart the peace, comfort and hope it needs to heal. Until then, please remember there’s a circle of friends surrounding you who are embracing you and lifting you up in prayer.

 

Mike and Jacquetta Smith posted on 8/20/19

Annual golfing trips to Atlanta

 

MaryAnne Scherer posted on 8/20/19

Our thoughts are with you during this time of sadness. Please know that your work family is thinking of you, Bonnie, and of your family and we are here for you.

 

Grazia and Hanns posted on 8/20/19

We never met Alison, but we saw her through Randy's eyes, and she was beautiful and caring. Our heartfelt condolences to Randy and daughter Ashley.

 

 

Delores "Woody" Graham posted on 8/20/19

On behalf of Delores "Woody" Graham, and our entire Independence, Missouri Family, we're sending our heartfelt prayers, sympathy,and condolences. So sorry that we're unable to attend the services, but our cherished memories will forever remain in our hearts reflecting on our visit a few weeks ago with "Jake". As we were departing Milwaukee on July 29th , the "SMILE" that was on his face will remain in our thoughts. Praying for "ALL" of us. R.I H. until we meet again.

 

 

Deborah Dollak posted on 8/20/19

I adored your Dad. He was always so sweet to me. He will me greatly missed I'm sure.

 

 

Sherry Nagel posted on 8/20/19

Rest In Peace John

 

Jane Schmidt posted on 8/20/19

I am so sorry for the loss of your precious Mom Barbara and family. Comfort comes from knowing she is eternally well now and back with her beloved husband and son. It is their turn to have her to themselves for a while. Your memories of her are many and joyful and full of love. What a beautiful, unbroken circle of life and love she completed. You are truly blessed to have had such a wonderful bond. Peace and comfort to you all.

 

John F O'Connell posted on 8/20/19

Lee sported a great sense of humor, which trait was aided and abetted by being an excellent listener and conversationalist! He will be remembered warmly and long. I cite below one of his favorite poems: GREEK LAMB Polyphemus, don't be squeamish - Simply eat the tourists where they lie. Yours is not the gall to reason why.

 

Jess Prosser posted on 8/20/19

Big Jake didn't say much, but he didn't have to. Nothing felt better than walking into the bleachers for a football game, or the up the stands for a bball, and hearing your dad say, "Hey, Jess!" and give me an interlocking handshake, maybe even pull me in for a one armed hug and ask when we were doing Scoreboard Clock. He was the coolest, and he made us feel that way, too. What a great man, who left a great legacy with his own family. Love to you all.

 

The Rutter's posted on 8/20/19

Although we did not know him for a long time, he has left a special place in our hearts. He will truly be missed. May God keep your family close to his heart during this most difficult time!

 

 

Anthony P. NEE posted on 8/19/19

Mr. Joers, while I never met you, I have met your son Robert and I have heard of your life. And, I must admit..if your son is a reflection of you and his love for you, I am sure you were a great teacher and man. Robert and family, my most sincere condolences. May all your wonderful memories of your Dad carry you thru this time of grief. My best wishes. Anthony Nee and Claudia Caplette Game Creek Video)

 

 

Lynn Groeschel posted on 8/19/19

I am aquainted with Lee Sideras through his daughter Jill O'Connell. He has always been friendly and kind to me. Approximately 20 years ago he gave me the bulbs of a beautiful Orange tiger Lily that had magically appeared in his garden. These gorgeous Autumn blooms have multiplied & spread. They will always be a reminder of his generosity.

 

RICH Luczkowski posted on 8/19/19

I worked with Dave at the MPS warehouse for several years. He was a great guy to work with and I always enjoyed talking with him. I am sorry to hear of his passing, but know he is in heaven and we will be seeing him again.

 

Leslie and Ronn posted on 8/19/19

Jessica and Kaleb, Ronn and I are heartbroken for your loss. We certainly fell in love with Hudson David at first sight. We know that little boy is in heaven with our Lord where we will all get to see and hold him again. His star will shine and we will continue to remember his beauty and engaging smile ALWAYS. Please lean on friends an family during these times as you both are so loved and we wish you the peace. Time will heal and the sun will come out again. We love you and baby Hudson forever!!

 

Dino and family posted on 8/19/19

My deepest sympathy for you and your family! I'm so sorry for your loss.

 

Aaron Haas posted on 8/19/19

To the beautiful family of Rob: May God give you the strength and courage in your time of need. Rob was a great man who touched many lives. I will always remember him as a hard worker and man passionate about life and his family. Remember his blessings to the world and how much he loves you!

 

christina A Paradies posted on 8/19/19

Kaleb, Jessica and family, Please know we are sending our love, thoughts and prayers to you!! We are so so very sorry. Hugs to all of you.

 

PAT EMMONS posted on 8/18/19

SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. REMEMBER AARON FROM HIS VISITS TO TOM & KRYSTAL SCHINDLERS HOME.

 

Jean Sutschek posted on 8/18/19

Julie, so sorry for your loss. Your mom was beautiful inside and out. Was with Heidi today. She is going to be a grandmother. Her mom asked about you! Would love to reconnect.

 

 

Jesse and Mariana Keys posted on 8/18/19

Would like to send our deepest sympathy to all loved ones , family and friends of Jake . Sending all of our love. Rest peacefully Jake .

 

Dr Keith and Sandy Paukner posted on 8/18/19

Our sympathy and prayers on the passing of your mother. Alice was a special lady and Sandy and I always enjoyed her twice a year visits to my dental practice. She often brought plants to my office as she knew I enjoyed them. She was always happy and brought smiles to our faces, a truly wonderful person.

 

 

Carolyn S. Clayton posted on 8/18/19

Bob and family, John and I are so very sorry to hear about your Dad. Please know you all are in our thoughts and prayers. Khaki & John

 

 

Carolyn S. Clayton posted on 8/18/19

Bob and family, John and I are so very sorry to hear about your Dad. Please know you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Greg Phillips posted on 8/18/19

Robin I am so sorry