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Kowalski, Kolton L. age 8, entered into eternal life very unexpectedly on Wednesday 29 August 2018 at the Aurora Medical Center in Two Rivers. Kolton was born 25 September 2009 in Green Bay to Neil and Sarah (Campion) Kowalski. He attended the Otto Schultz Elementary School in Mishicot and was eager to enter the third grade. He was actively involved in youth sports. He enjoyed his Legos, his stuffed animals, and dirt bike riding. He loved spending time with his two brothers. Kolton was a proud member of the Wander Springs Golf Course. He was also a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Mishicot where he was in training to become an Altar Server.
He is survived by his loving parents: Neil and Sarah, two brothers: Kaden and Karson and a forthcoming brother or sister. He is further survived by his maternal grandparents: Bruce and Sue Campion, of Tisch Mills, paternal grandparents: Leonard and Debra Kowalski of Maribel, maternal great-grandmother Audrey Campion, of rural Manitowoc, paternal great-grandmother: Elaine Juedes of Glen Flora, WI. Kolton is further survived by his aunts and uncles: Brad Campion of Manitowoc, Matthew (Laura) Kowalski of Denmark, Paul Kowalski of Whitelaw, his cousins Adelaine, Isla, and Evelyn and by other relatives and many friends.
Mass of Christian Burial was held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday 4 September 2018 at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Mishicot with the Reverend Jeffrey Briones officiating. Burial follow in the parish cemetery. Relatives and friends visited from 4:00 pm. To 8:00 p.m. on Monday at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Mishicot. There was an 8:00 p.m. parish wake service held at the church Monday evening. Visitation continued after 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday at the church until the time of service at 11:00 a.m. A memorial fund has been established in his name. The Lambert-Eckert Funeral Home of Mishicot assisted Kolton's family with funeral arrangements.
Kolton was a ninth generation descendant of Friedrich and Rosine Seidemann. His genealogy line is as follows: Friedrich, Johanna, William, Edna, Joseph, Audrey, Bruce, Sarah, and Kolton. He has been added to his family list on page 285 in the 4th edition of the Friedrich and Rosine Seidemann Family Tree Book. He is deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who know him. Rest in peace Kolton.
Wilkens, Patricia A. "Trisha" 32 years of West Bend, formerly of Kewaskum, passed away with her mother and James at her side on 31 January 2019 at Kathy Hospice in the town of Polk.
Trisha was born on 2 September 1986, in West Bend, the daughter of Donald Wilkens and Janice (Dachs) Wilkens. Trisha was born with cerebral palsy but enjoyed life to the fullest. She graduated from West Bend East High School in 2007. Trisha was awarded a bronze medal in Special Olympics bowling and loved riding on motorcycles.
Those Trisha leaves behind to cherish her memory include her mother, Janice Hefter (James Korn) of West Bend; her father, Donald (Kim) Wilkens of Burlington; a brother, Derrick Strack; a step brother, Kurtis Taddey; a paternal grandmother, Joan Wilkens; five uncles, Charles Dachs, Gerald (Shelley) Wilkens, Dennis (Michelle) Wilkens, Robert (Kris) Wilkens, Richard (Angie) Wilkens; three aunts, Dawn (Steve) Goralski, Diane Dachs (Bob Cummings), and Sandra Wilkens; a great aunt, Jean Beimborn; a cousin, Noah Wilkens; other relatives and friends.Trisha was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, John and Alice Dachs; two uncles, Thomas Dachs and John Dachs.
Funeral services for Trisha will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 9, 2019, at Myrhum Patten Miller Kietzer Funeral Home, 1315 W. Washington Street, in West Bend. Burial will follow at Washington County Memorial Park in West Bend.
Trisha’s family will greet relatives and friends at the funeral home on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. until the time of service.
The family would like to extend their heartfelt appreciation to Kathy Hospice for the care they provided to Trisha.
Trisha was a seven and an eighth generation descendant of Friedrich and Rosine Seidemann and listed in the Seidemann Family Tree book twice on pages 113 and 276. Her genealogy line is as follows: Friedrich, Traugott, Emma, Herman, Warren, Donald, Patricia and also Friedrich, Johanna, William Ida, Dorothy, Joan, Donald, and Patricia. She will be greatly missed by all who knew she and loved her.
Seideman, D Mark passed away 21 October 2018 in Wimberly, Texas. Mark was born 14 February 1957 in Stuttgart, Germany to Charles & Hertha “Kitty” Seideman. He became a “naturalized” citizen in June 1964 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Mark attended Schools in Corsicana, Texas; Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Papillion, Nebraska; Yorktown, Virginia; Bangkok, Thailand; Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; and Vienna, Virginia.
He worked as a truck driver, auto mechanic, and ultimately as airline inspector for Continental Airlines in Houston, Texas where he had a bore scope license to inspect cracks in airline engines. He retired early to Wimberly, Texas where he did odd jobs and dabbled in agriculture.
Mark is preceded in death by his parents Charles and Kitty Seideman, a sister Karen Dee Seidemann, his grandparents Ray & Clara Seideman, and Richard & Sarah Krueger.
He is survived by two sons: Michael and his wife Allison and daughter Ruby Mae of Wimberly, TX and Matthew of Wimberly TX: three brothers: Steve (Cynthia) Seideman Farmington, AR, David (Lou) Seideman Austin, TX, Dean (Anna) Seideman Garland, TX, and a sister Sandra (Griff) Thomas Buchanan Dam, TX, former wife Lynda Seideman, cousins, aunts, uncles, other relatives, and friends.,
Mark is a 6th generation descendant of Friedrich and Rosina Seidemann. He is listed in the 4th edition of the Friedrich Seidemann Family Tree twice on pages 126 and 337. His genealogy line is as follows: Friedrich, Traugott, Henry, Raymund, Charles, Dana Mark and also Friedrich, Johanna, Charles, Clara, Charles, and Dana Mark. He is pictured on page 66 with his siblings, on page 251 with his parents and siblings, and on page 252 with his two sons. Rest in peace Mark.
LaFever, Miles T, 72 years, of Butte des Morts, Wisconsin passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, 15 January 2019 at his residence.
Miles was a dedicated grandfather, father, Mason, proud business owner, and chef. He enjoyed his family, friends, and the "occasional" old-fashioned. Miles also enjoyed golfing, fishing, deer hunting, road trips, and serving his community.
Miles is survived by his fiancée, Diane DeGroff; sons, Tunis LaFever (Tracy Gilles), Chad LaFever (Amanda Fischer); grandson, Winston LaFever; and brother, Mark LaFever;
Preceding Miles in death were his parents, Clarence and Helen LaFever; and three brothers, Jay, Neil, and Dennis LaFever.
A visitation for family and friends will be on Tuesday, 22 January 2019, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Mueller Funeral Home 904 E. Main St. Winneconne. A Masonic service will be held on Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, a memorial will be established.
Miles' family wishes to thank to the Winneconne-Poygan First Responders and the hospital staff at Mercy Medical Center.
Miles is sixth generation descendant of Friedrich and Rosina Seidemann. His genealogy line is as follows: Friedrich, Christiana, Johann Karl, Lulu, Helen, and Miles. He is listed on page 160 of the Friedrich Seidemann Family Tree Book with his parents, siblings, and his children.
Neumann, Ruth C, 88 years of Port Washington, Fredonia and Cedarburg WI, passed away on Thursday, 4 October 2018 at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton, WI.
Ruth was born on 26 August 1930, daughter of Fary and Meta Schroeder Sauer. Ruth grew up in Port Washington and graduated from Port Washington High School in 1948. Ruth married Ray Yankunas and they had 5 children together. She was a homemaker and later worked at Smith Brothers Restaurant.
Ruth was involved with her children and grandchildren in Girl Scouts, 4-H, Sunday School and Christmas pageants at St. John Lutheran Church, Port Washington, WI. Ruth enjoyed crocheting and donated over 1000 hats to hospitals for newborns and homeless shelters. Ruth also enjoyed reading, playing bingo, spending time with her family, and she loved to watch “her” Packers play.
Ruth’s generous spirit will be missed by her family, whom she showed love to countless times by opening her home to them and assisting them in times of need.
Ruth is survived by her children Donna (Rev. Robert) Braband of Lombard, IL, Sharon Yankunas of Fredonia, Douglas (Marcia) Yankunas of Kenosha, David (the late Gwen) Yankunas of Fredonia and Stacy (Rob) Yankunas of Cedarburg. She is further survived by her grandchildren Ashleigh (Jake) Vnuk, Mike (Heather) Ackeret, Dawn Yankunas, Douglas (Stephanie) Yankunas Jr., Amanda (Patrick) McCartney, Jeremy (Gin) Braband, Darin (Deanna) Yankunas, Kim (Mike) Priaulx, Ami (James) Weeks, Rachel Braband (Cameron), Paige Schommer, Gracie Yankunas, Jackie (Sul) Bashabsheh and great- grandchildren Alex (Keishla), Cecilia, Mia, little Jimmy Jr., Bethany, Hannah, Violet, Jude, Fletcher, Cassie, Rebecca, Frank, Millie, Mason, Kora, Brooklyn, Katelyn, Jordan, Logan, Anthony, Eric, Jasmine, and Dreyden; brother William (Helen) Sauer, sister-in-law Mary (the late Harold) Sauer, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Preceded in death by her parents, brother Harold “Harry” Sauer, grandson Adam Braband, daughter-in-law Gwen Yankunas, nephew Harold Sauer Jr. and 1st husband and father to her children Raymond Yankunas.
The family invited all to join them at a celebration of life for Ruth on Monday 15 October 2018 at Peter Wollner Post 288 American Legion, W57 N481 Hilbert Avenue, Cedarburg, WI from 3-6 pm, a short service followed at 4:30 pm. Ruth was married to Charles E R Neumann on 12 Sep 1976. She was his 3rd wife. They are listed on page 326 in the fourth edition of the Friedrich & Rosina Seidemann Family Tree Book.
Egerer, Dale E 69 years, of Fredonia passed away Tuesday afternoon 2 October 2018 at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton following a short illness. Dale was born in Port Washington on 10 January 1949. He is the son of Edgar and Elsa (Beimborn) Egerer. He attended local schools and graduated from Port Washington High School Class of 1967. On 23 May 1970, Dale was united in marriage with Bonnie Goehring at Zion United Methodist Church in Batavia. The couple lived in Waubeka and Adell before building a home in Fredonia in 1976.
Dale owned a dump-truck and ran "Clos-E-Nuff Trucking" for many years. In his younger years, he was quite adventurous and enjoyed hobbies such as scuba diving, horseback riding, playing baseball, hunting and fishing. Dale had always been a "Mr. Fixer" and had numerous projects running at once: wrenching on cars (most recently he had been restoring a 1937 Chevy pickup truck), landscaping projects with his skid-loader, and building projects such as the cabin he built in Bayfield County were just a few among many. His spark of wit and humor brightened up the world around him, and he will be dearly missed by his family and friends.
Survivors include his loving wife Bonnie and their children Mindy (Doug) Miller of Random Lake and Matthew Egerer (girlfriend Samantha Verhage) of Batavia. He is further survived by grandchildren Christopher, Haley and Faith Miller all of Random Lake, sisters Wendy Park of Spring, TX and Lori (Dale) Moeller of Cedarburg, brother-in-law Dennis Dickmann of Conroe, TX, nieces, nephews, other family and friends. He is preceded in death by son Christopher, infant daughter Angel, parents Edgar and Elsa, and sister Faye Dickmann.
A Memorial Service was held at 7PM on Tuesday 9 October 2018 at the Eernisse Funeral Home in Port Washington. The family received visitors on Tuesday at the Funeral Home from 4-7PM.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation to your favorite charity in Dale's memory. Dale is a 6th generation descendant of Friedrich and Rosina Seidemann. His genealogy line is as follows: Friedrich, Traugott, Mary, Anna, Elsa, and Dale. He is listed on page 100 in the 4th edition of the Seidemann Family Tree Book. He will be greatly missed by his family, relatives, and friends.
Chesak, Ret. Colonel Kenneth L passed away on 1 November 2018 in Austin, Texas at the age of 89 years. He was born in El Paso, Texas on 18 January 1929. He lived there through his childhood years and graduated from University of Texas at El Paso. He married his wife Betty Jo Daley in 1951.
Ken served in United States Army from 1951 to 1981. He was in the 82nd Airborne in 1960. He had two tours in Vietnam, 1957 and 1966. He was a Battalion Commander 1st Armored Division at Fort Hood, Texas in 1968. Ken retired as a Colonel in 1981 at Red Stone Arsenal Huntsville, Alabama.
Ken and his wife lived in Huntsville, Alabama after his retirement. He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty. He is survived by sons Kenneth and Joseph and their wives Michele and Martha; 4 grandchildren William, Carsan, April, and Scott; 2 great grandchildren Owen and Sam. Ken's service was held at the Good Shepard Catholic Church Huntsville, Alabama on 30 November 2018 at 11am.
Ken is a fifth generation descendant of Friedrich and Rosina Seidemann. His genealogy line is as follows: Friedrich, Traugott, Clara, Carl, Kenneth. He is listed as a donor to the family tree book on page xi, pictured on page 71 with his wife, and listed on page 132 with his family. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
Beimborn, Eugene R 76 years, of Laona, passed away peacefully on 7 August 2018 at Theda Care Medical Center in Appleton. Gene was born 26 April 1942. He was the son of the late Reinhard and Esther (Kleman) Beimborn. He married Karen Laubenstein on 30 June 1962.
Gene spent his life dedicated to his family and to his wife. In his early years, he worked on his parents' farm and later worked two jobs to support his wife and children. After working as a lineman at Wisconsin Electric in the late 1970s, he went back to school to pursue a bachelor's degree in engineering while still raising his family with Karen.
An avid outdoorsman, he loved taking his wife and children on family camping trips and teaching them to appreciate nature as well as to hunt and fish. After he retired as Electrical Superintendent at Menasha Utilities, Gene and Karen moved into their dream home on a lake in Northern Wisconsin. He relished his quiet time there, cheering on the Packers and the Brewers and, with his binoculars always handy, watching the loons swim by the house and the lake's lone eagle swoop in to grab a meal.
Married for 56 years, Gene's time with his wife was marked by true love, devotion, and sacrifice. One was never without the other, and they saw each other through all of life's stages from Karen pursuing her medical degree side by side with him as he pursued his, watching their children have children, to their golden years enjoying their lake.
Above all, his wife, children, and grandchildren were the most important things in his life. And never one to back down from a challenge, Gene attended every basketball, football, and volleyball game, track and gymnastics meet, dance recital, and robotics competition that his grandchildren participated in, even if it meant traveling all over the country on caffeine and little sleep.
Gene is survived by his wife: Karen of Laona; three children: Jon (Michelle) Beimborn of Eau Claire, Kristin (Mike) Rheingans of Darboy, and Jamie (Lisa) Beimborn of Brillion; six grandchildren: Taylor and Alexandra Beimborn; Kaitlin (Michael Maigatter) Rheingans, Matthew (Erin Kramer and Izzy) Rheingans, and Nateah (Eric Zuelsdorf) and Alaina Beimborn. He also leaves behind two sisters: Doris (Russ) Neitert and Margie (Adrian) Warnier; and a brother-in-law: James Laubenstein. Gene was preceded in death by his parents, a sister: June (Melvin) Bartel, and his in-laws: Harold and Alice Laubenstein.
Funeral services for Gene were held at 2:00 PM on Saturday 11 August 2018 at First Congregational United Church of Christ, 724 E. South River Street in Appleton, with Rev. Kathryn Kuhn officiating. Family and friends gathered at the church on Saturday morning from 11:00 AM until the time of the service. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund is established to benefit some of Gene's favorite charities.
The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses, and staff at Theda Care Medical Center in Appleton for their compassion and excellent care during Gene's stay. For more information or to share a memory of Gene, please visit www.wichmannfargo.com. Dad, Grandpa, Papa, we all love you. Enjoy that lake house in the sky.
Gene is a 6th generation descendant of Friedrich and Rosina Seidemann. His genealogy line is as follows: Friedrich, Traugott, Mary, Anna, Reinhard, Eugene. He is pictured on page 41 with his parents and siblings and is listed on page 95 with his parents, wife, and children. He is greatly missed by all.
Jakubcik, Sandra (Langdon) 75 yrs. passed away 15 November 2018. Surviving her is her loving husband Bill Jakubcik, and her devoted sisters Becky (Ronald) Melton and Judy (Stanley) Oleksik. She will be greatly missed by her daughter Susan, son-in-law Richard and grandson, Andrew. She leaves behind many caring and kind friends who spent a lot of time visiting, bringing meals and lifting her spirits over the last few weeks.
Sandra attended Princess Anne High School in Virginia Beach and graduated from Leigh Memorial Hospital in Norfolk as a Licensed Practical Nurse. She lived in Reston, VA for many years as well as Stuart, FL and Newport News, VA. She was certified as a Master Gardener by the VCE and was an active member of the New Kent Quilters and the Lions Club.
The family received visitors from 1 to 4 PM, Saturday, 8th December at Vincent Funeral Home, 9923 Pocahontas Trail, Providence Forge, VA 23140. In lieu of flowers, the family requested donations be made to the Hospice House and Support Care of Williamsburg www.williamsburghospice.org. Tributes may be posted at www.vincentfh.com.
Sandra is a 6th generation descendant of Friedrich and Rosina Seidemann. Her genealogy line is as follows: Friedrich, Friedericka, Hugo, Scott, Edna, and Sandra. She is listed with her family on page 206 in the fourth edition of the History and Family Tree of the Friedrich Seidemann Family.
Kreif, Mildred J. 96, of West Bend, passed away on 1st December at Fond du Lac County Harbor Haven. She was born on 4 October 1922 in the town of Eden, to the late Harold and Doris (Wrucke) Johnson, and on 6 May1944, she was united in marriage to Milton F. Kreif at the Campbellsport Reformed Church.
Mildred graduated 8th grade from the Glen Valley grade school located in the town of Eden. Four years later on 31 May 1940 she graduated from Campbellsport High School and found employment first as a maid in Fond du Lac, and later became a clerk at the Campbellsport Bakery where she would meet her future husband, Milton. Then she worked at the West Bend Woolen Mills with her husband until it burned down in 1947. Both she and her husband found employment at the West Bend Company. Three years later she quit to raise a family. Six years after their son, Tom, was born, she worked for the next nine years clerking at West Bend Smith Hardware. She reapplied at the West Bend Company, and she worked there for the next 19 years (last 11 years as foreman of the stockroom), until her retirement in February 1985. Immediately after her retirement she worked for the following 13 years during the summer months at Boy Scouts of America Bay-Lakes Council Camp Gardner Dam as the camp's Assistant Cook and Clerk in Langlade County, Wis.
She was an active member of Immanuel United Church of Christ in West Bend and joined the Ladies Guild, Lakeland College Women's Auxiliary, National Association of the Deaf, Royal Neighbors, and the National Management Association. For the past 50 plus years Mildred has been extremely active with Boy Scouts of America mainly through Troop 780 of West Bend serving as the troop's treasurer and the Camp Gardner Dam Boy Scout Summer Camp Staff.
Besides the organizations she belonged to, she enjoyed gardening, cooking, painting, and traveling. Retirement gave her the opportunity to do more extensive traveling with her family throughout the United States along with cruising on the inland rivers of the United States, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Pacific, and Atlantic. She celebrated her 91st birthday in Paris. In the fall 2015, she moved to Harbor Haven in Fond du Lac. Her family would like to thank the staff for the excellent care she received.
Survivors include her son, Thomas Kreif of Sherwood, Wis.; one brother, George (Dorothy) Sebring of Florida; three sisters, Fern Kreif of Kewaskum, Evelyn DeSmidt of West Bend and Darlene Shaudvitis of Fond du Lac; a sister-in-law, Laverne Johnson of Grafton; other relatives and many friends.
In addition to her husband she was preceded in death by her parents, and sisters Faye & Lois, and brothers Norman and Donald.
Visitation with family and friends was held Wednesday, 5th December from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Myrhum - Patten Funeral Home (1315 W. Washington St., West Bend, WI 53095). A Funeral Service followed the visitation from 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at Immanuel United Church of Christ (501 Walnut St., West Bend, WI 53095) Thursday, 6th December with Rev. Rich Vincent officiating. The committal service at the Washington County Memorial Park is scheduled after the luncheon for family and friends at the church. Memorials to Immanuel United Church of Christ are appreciated. The Myrhum Patten Miller and Kietzer Funeral Home of West Bend assisted the family.
Mildred is pictured on page 238 with her husband Milton and listed on page 318 with her family. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Rest in peace Mildred. We are deeply loved.
LaFever, Dennis L. It is with great sadness that the family of Dennis “Big D” LaFever announces his passing on Tuesday 13 Nov 2018 at the age of 70. Dennis was born in Sheboygan, attended Random Lake High School and graduated from Milwaukee Area Technical College. He was a licensed electrician for more than 50 years.
He will be remembered by the love of his life and wife of 35 years, Jackie. Dennis is survived by his brothers Mark and Miles LaFever (special friend Diane) and sister-in-law Diane LaFever. He is also remembered by his life-long buddies Henry Kurth, Jimmy Krier, Henry Krier and Nick Didier, as well as the many other fishing and hunting buddies and many special friends throughout the United States.
He was preceded in death by his brothers Neal and Jay, brother-in-law Jeffrey Horn, sister-in-law Sandy LaFever, mother Helen and father Clarence, as well as mother and father-in-law Joan and Edward Janke.
In 1984, Dennis and Jackie left Wisconsin for Virginia City, Mont., where they established the Virginia City Café. In 1990, they moved to West Yellowstone, Mont., to establish Bullwinkle’s, the restaurant that has become the premier eatery in their adopted hometown. During his time in West Yellowstone, Dennis served as the police commissioner as well as an airport board member. His community service will be greatly missed.
Dennis was an avid hunter and fisherman, having bagged the namesake moose that Bullwinkle’s was named after. Fishing in Canada and other places around the country was favored by Dennis. He also had an abiding love for cars.
Dennis has been cremated and his ashes will be scattered at his family farm in Wisconsin according to his wishes.
A private memorial service will be held in Wisconsin. There will be three celebrations of life:
Sunday 18 Nov 2018 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Bullwinkle’s in West Yellowstone, Montana, on
Saturday 8 Dec 2018 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Five Pillars in Random Lake. Wisconsin, and on
Saturday 15 Dec 2018 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Key Colony Inn in Key Colony Beach, Florida
The LaFever Family thanks you for your kind remembrance.
Dennis is a sixth generation descendant of Friedrich and Rosina Seidemann and his genealogy line is as follows: Friedrich, Christiana, Johann, Lulu, Helen, and Dennis. He is listed on page 160 in the 4th edition of the Seidemann Family Tree book. He will be greatly missed by all who know him.
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Gallup, Gary Wesley, 75 years of Campbellsport, WI passed away peacefully on Wednesday, 28 November 2018 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in West Bend with his family gathered with him.
Gary was born on 4 October 1943 in Kenosha. He was the son of Rev. Wesley and Mildred (Seidemann) Gallup. On 23 September 1977 Gary married Valerie L. Zbytneiwski in River Hills.
Gary was a great dealer in antiques, a tinkerer, and enjoyed western movies.
He is survived by his wife, Val; daughters Tiffani (Gallup) Pries, Victoria Gallup, and Rebecca Gallup; a sister, Jacquelyn (Reuben) Getschow and other relatives and friends. Gary was preceded in death by his parents.
Funeral services were held on Sunday 2 December 2018 at 2 PM at the Campbellsport Alliance Church at N1876 County Road V, Campbellsport. Pastor Doug Birr officiated and burial followed at the Union Cemetery, Campbellsport.
Visitation was on Sunday, 2 December 2018 at the Alliance Church from 12:00 Noon until time of services.
Gary was a sixth generation descendant of Friedrich and Rosina Seidemann and his genealogy line is as follows: Friedrich, Traugott, Frederick, William, Mildred, and Gary. He is listed on page 116 on the 4th edition of the Seidemann Family Tree Book with his family. Gary was a loving husband and father and found peace with the Lord. Rest in peace Gary, you will be deeply missed.