Died: 2 October 2018
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.