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Daniel Swendrowski

Aug 27, 1933 - Jan 05, 2023

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Oak Creek, WI

ObituaryDaniel E. Swendrowski, age 89 of Oak Creek, Wisconsin passed away Thursday, January 5, 2023 at Clifden Court, where he resided for the past 4 1/2 years. Dan was born on August 27, 1933, son to Michael and Laura (nee Zielinski) Swendrowski. Dan began working at Ladish Company in Cudahy at 18 years of age and retired from there many years later. He was proud of his position as inspector in the forge shop as parts he inspected went to the moon on space shuttles. He was united in marriage on...Read More

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Daniel M. Pfeiffer

Mar 31, 1949 - Feb 15, 2024

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Oak Creek, WI

Was born to eternal life at the age of 74 on February 15th, 2024. Private family services will be held. To to the family or in memory of Daniel M. Pfeiffer, please

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Bonnie Kay Schulte

May 09, 1967 - Feb 13, 2024

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Oak Creek, WI

In Loving Memory of Bonnie Kay SchulteBonnie Kay Schulte, known to many as "Bonnie the Beautiful Butterfly", age 56, of Oak Creek, WI, passed away unexpectedly and peacefully at home on February 13, 2024. Born on May 9, 1967, in Cudahy, WI, Bonnie was the beloved daughter of the late Clarence and Pauline Haumschild.Bonnie was a compassionate and dedicated caretaker, devoting her life to helping others within the senior apartments at Williamstown Bay. Her genuine love and empathy touched the lives of countless residents who fondly remember her kindheartedness and unwavering support.With an Associate's Degree in hand, Bonnie's commitment to learning and expanding her knowledge was always evident. Her pursuit of education allowed her to provide the highest quality care to those who needed it most.Bonnie will be deeply missed by her loving husband of 33 years, David Schulte. Together, they built a lifelong partnership filled with love, laughter, and cherished memories. Their bond was an inspiration to all who knew them.She will also be forever remembered by her sons, Bradley and Cody (Alyssa) Schulte. Bonnie's nurturing spirit will live on through Bradley and Cody, who share their mother's compassionate nature and dedication to helping others. Her legacy of love will be carried forward by the strong and loving family she leaves behind.In her free time, Bonnie enjoyed taking long walks in nature, finding solace and peace within the beauty of the world. She had an adventurous spirit and loved exploring new places with her family and creating memories that will live on in their hearts forever.Bonnie "Nana" brought light and joy into countless lives, especially her grandchildren, Kynnleigh, Zavien and Leni. Her unwavering dedication to her family she cared for will continue to inspire and resonate with those who loved her. She is also the dearest sister of Steve (Mary) Haumschild, Nancy (the late Brian) Clemons, Kathy (Jim) Stone, Tom (the late Terri) Haumschild, the late Connie (the late Doug) Kriefall; the daughter-in-law of James and the late Barbara Schulte and sister-in-law of Tom (Debbie) Schulte, Vickie (Nick) Liberski, Gary (Diane) Schulte and Ken (Toby) Schulte; also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, other family and friends.May her soul find eternal peace as her memory lives on in the hearts of those she loved.In keeping with Bonnie's wishes, no services will be held, in her memory, help someone you love.

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Shirley Baumbeck

Aug 09, 1945 - Feb 11, 2024

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Oak Creek, WI

Shirley Baumbeck, age 78, of Oak Creek, Wisconsin passed away on Sunday, February 11, 2024. Shirley Beloved sister of Dawn (Robert) Jantz and Thomas (Bette) Baumbeck. Cherished aunt of Ellyce (George) Baynes, Doreen (Michael) Makofski-Jantz, Christine (Steven) Klekamp, Cherilyn (Todd) Stasica, Michelle (Jorge) Garcia, and Robert (Beth) Jantz, Jr. Beloved grand aunt of 11 nieces and nephews. Shirley had an independent spirit and traveled the world. She worked her way up the ladder at W.W. Grainger, and retired after a long and rewarding career, but she always made time for her family, friends and animals - especially cats! Visitation Friday, February 16, 2024 from 12:00 P.M.-1:00 P.M. at Memory Gardens Cemetery-Main Building-Large Chapel (please use the EASTSIDE parking lot). Time of Sharing at 1:00 P.M. Interment to follow.In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Humane Society of the U.S. or Paws Chicago:www.humanesociety.orgpawschicago.org/how-to-help/donate

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Randy Isaacson

Apr 16, 1954 - Feb 09, 2024

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Oak Creek, WI

Family and friends will gather at Parkway Church 10940 S. Nicholson Road in Oak Creek, WI Friday, February 16, 2024, 3:30 PM – 5:30 pm with Memorial Services at 5:30 PM A Celebration of Life gathering will also be held at the Marten Center 120 S. Franklin Street in Mondovi, WI Sunday, March 10, 2024 1:00 PM-4:00 PM Randy had a passion for helping people in need, including those suffering in Ukraine. In lieu of flowers, the family will be directing memorials to organizations he was passionate about. Of Oak Creek, WI. After a lifetime of living out his dreams here on earth with his wife and daughters, Randy entered eternal life to be with his heavenly father, passing away from complications related to a courageous battle with prostate cancer, while surrounded by family on February 9, 2024. Randy was born on April 16, 1954, in Madison, WI to Gordon and Jeanne Isaacson, who were loving parents and followers of Christ. Randy grew up on the Pine Knoll farm in Drammen Township, just outside of Mondovi where he loved riding on his pony Rowdy. Following his graduation from Mondovi High School in 1972, Randy went to LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas. Over the next 9 years, he worked several jobs including Larsen’s farm, Packerland, and Longview Ambulance service. He made many friends, through the KZX fraternity and graduated in 1980. During his college years, Randy met his spouse Theresa, whom he loved madly, in 1976. They married in 1978 when Theresa was locked into a lifetime of adventure and big crazy dreams with Randy. They started a family in 1979 and Randy’s daughters were his pride and joy. Randy had many entrepreneurial dreams and passions. Randy worked as a Loan officer at PCA/Farm Credit Services, United Bank, served on the Mondovi School Board for 18 years, and the Mondovi Ambulance Service for 30 years. After a friendly chat during a family vacation to their favorite spot, Jellystone Park in Warrens, Randy began a career of financing campgrounds. He loved helping others live out their dreams. So, when he realized his dream of becoming the owner of Jellystone Park in Caledonia, WI in 2005, he continued his work as a loan officer – most recently as CCF Bank. He loved creating a place for families to make memories and was proud to offer a place for Sunday morning worship. Randy loved having his family together and seeing his grandchildren enjoy the fruits of his labor. He loved sharing lessons and adventure with the #dozencousins and took them on a five-state, eight-day adventure in an RV this past summer. He will be remembered by everyone for his kind and giving nature, playful spirit and contagious smile. Randy was preceded in death by his mother, Jeanne, his father, Gordon, and other loved ones. He is survived by his wife, Theresa, daughters Rachel Heinson, Bridget (Scott) Bender, and Marley (Ryan) Behnke. Grandpa of Gage, Brooklynn, Noah, Bennett, Everett, Kiptyn, Axel, Brecken, Brycen, Kaleb, Rowan, and Lincoln. Brother of George (Debra) and Doug (Kim) Isaacson. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives, his Jellystone Park “family” and many good and dear friends and colleagues.

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Cynthia A. (Cavanaugh) Tice

Feb 28, 1957 - Feb 06, 2024

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Oak Creek, WI

Was born to eternal life at the age of 66 on February 6th, 2024. Private family services will be at a later date. To to the family or in memory of Cynthia A. (Cavanaugh) Tice, please

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Richard D. Krahenbuhl

Feb 22, 1943 - Feb 05, 2024

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Oak Creek, WI

Was born to eternal life at the age of 80 on February 5th, 2024. No services are scheduled. To to the family or in memory of Richard D. Krahenbuhl, please

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Keith Allan Gallagher

Jun 16, 1958 - Feb 01, 2024

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Oak Creek, WI

Keith Allan Gallagher, age 65 of Oak Creek passed away on February 1 , 2024 after losing his battle with NASH (Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis). Keith was born on June 16, 1958 in Milwaukee WI to Patrick E., and Janice Y.B. Gallagher (nee: Dorman). Keith led an interesting life. He grew up in Surrey, England with his mother until age 13, and then lived with his father in Manitowoc and other places in WI. He worked at many places including Rain Fair, Patrick Cudahy, and Potawatomi. He loved gardening, Packer games, dining out, taking his dog Cozy to Grant Park, and making people around him laugh. Keith is survived by his son, Shawn Gallagher (Veronica), grandson Dean, daughter Theresa, his long-time companion of 25 years, Lynette Nergaard, and uncle John Gallagher, all of WI. Further survived by his brother Graham P. Gallagher, sister Charlotte V.E. Connor (Andrews), mother Janice Y.B. Dorman, and other aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins all of the United Kingdom. Keith was preceded in death by his father, grandparents Dominic P. and Anna Gallagher (nee: Nimitz), Henry G., and Beryl Dorman.

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Mary Liebsch

May 27, 1938 - Jan 26, 2024

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Oak Creek, WI

OAK CREEK – Mary Liebsch, 85, of Oak Creek, passed away on January 26. She was born to LaVerne and Irma Liebsch on May 27, 1938. A lifelong resident of Oak Creek, Mary graduated from South Milwaukee High School in 1956.   She received a Bachelor of Science degree  in Early Childhood Development, from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 1960.   Mary’s professional career was spent as a Case Worker with the Milwaukee County Division of Human Services, meeting the needs of her clients with special patience, concern and empathy. She loved Broadway musicals and was an avid fan of the Brewers and Packers. She was especially devoted to her niece and nephews, and they to her.   Mary is survived by her sister, Katherine (Robert) Besteman of Madison; niece, Kristin (Kerry) Ruedy, Savage, MN; nephews: David (Tama) Besteman, Vancouver, WA; Daniel (Brenda) Besteman, Madison; Jonathan (Gina) Besteman, Deerfield, WI. And eight great nieces and nephews.     A celebration of Mary’s life was held at FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH in South Milwaukee.    In lieu of flowers, donations in Mary’s name can be made to the Milwaukee County Humane   Society.       

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Lan

Nov 10, 1951 - Jan 31, 2024

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Oak Creek, WI

Lan peacefully passed away with David and loved ones by her side on January 31, 2024. Lan is survived by her husband Dave Hecker, Steve and Connie Hecker and family, Donald and Deborah Hecker and family, Greg Hecker and Dawn Riegel, Marshall and Brenda and family. Survived by her sisters, Chi Thi Hai Cuc Landrum, Cung Cac Con Chau and brothers; Em Thu Tu, Nguyen Van Qui, Em Dau Luong Thi Kim Oanh Cung Cac Con Chau Em Thu Nam Nguyen Van Hoa, Em Dau Vu Kim Lan Cung Cac Con Chau Em Thu Sau Nguyen Van Hiem, Em Dau Van Do Cung Cac Con Chau Em Thu Bay Nguyen Van Hung, Em Dau Vu Lan Cung Cac Con Chau Deceased sister: Thanh Those We Love Don’t Go Away They Walk Besides Us Everyday. Unseen, Unheard, But Always Near. Still Loved, Still Missed And Very Dear. SERVICE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND BELOW....

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Kris

Apr 01, 1950 - Feb 02, 2024

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Oak Creek, WI

Our angel Kris departed this world to be with her Lord and Savior to find eternal rest on February 2, 2024, at the age of 73. She is now reunited with her dearly missed grandson, Jesse IV. Kris touched the lives of so many with her kindness, love, and contagious smile. She was a devoted mother to Stephanie Romero and Jennifer Romero (Robert Kargl), and a loving grandmother to Daniel Romero, the late Jesse Romero IV, Caitlin Romero (Blane Haywood), Joseph Romero, and Jacob Romero (Maleah Talaska). She adored her great-grandchildren Cattleya, Anna, Isabella, Amelia, and Max. She was preceded in death by her father Roy Egner, her mother Lois Egner, and her brother Les Egner. She is survived by her sister Penny Gonzalez and further survived by nieces, nephews, and many dear family and friends. She was a devoted employee of Walgreens, and many considered her the store’s mother and grandmother. She will be missed by her devoted companion, friend, and little dog Cassie, who is 16 years old. Kris is best known for her incredible inner strength and undying devotion. She loved unconditionally and went to great lengths to sacrifice herself for her family in countless ways. With no exceptions, she always put others before herself. SERVICE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND BELOW...

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