Clement John Wettstein
Clement John Wettstein 86 of Oakfield passed away on Tuesday, February 25, 2014
at the Hospice Home of Hope surrounded by his family. Clem was born May 13, 1927
in the Town of Empire at his home, the son of Andrew Matthew Wettstein and
Catherine Marie (Kramer) Wettstein. On May 27, 1947 he married Marion Elizabeth
Goebel at St. Marys Catholic Church in Eden; Clem & Marion were married 66
years at the time of his death.
Clem & Marion owned and operated
Wettsteins Bar in Oakfield from 1961-1968, prior to that they operated the
Tavern/Banquet Hall in Byron. Clem was a Deputy for the Village of Oakfield
Police force Badge #727; he was also a volunteer member of the Oakfield Fire
Dept. Clem drove semi for Spector Freight and also worked on the loading dock
when his wife became very ill, after that he was with the Lomira School District
and retired in 1991.
Surviving Clem are his seven children; daughter
Sharon (Harold) Franke of Oakfield, son James Wettstein of Oakfield, daughter
Carol Pierstorff of Oakfield, son Lyle Wettstein of Appleton, son Joseph (Ann)
Wettstein of Fond du Lac, son Gary (Kris) Wettstein of Oakfield and daughter
Mary Kay Beau of Oakfield. Grandchildren Brian (Amy) Pierstorff & Craig
(Jen) Pierstorff; Michael (Julie) Franke; Antoni Toni (Ryan) Waters, Thomas,
Rachael, Jenna and Bethany Wettstein; Jennifer (Nate) Haberman, Joseph Joey
Wettstein & Kelly Wettstein; Cassandra Cassie & Samantha Sammy
Wettstein, Adam Tomesh, Alex Tomesh; Mitchell Beau; eleven great-grandchildren
with one more expecting to join the family in May; brothers-in-law Jerome
Jerry (Virginia) Goebel & Donald Goebel, a special niece Diane Holz, and
many other relatives & friends.
Clem was preceded in death by his
wife who passed January 19, 2014, his parents, sisters Alice (Raymond) Braun,
Dolores (Lawrence)Tonn, Laura (Herbert) Ebert & Kathleen (William)Majerus,
brothers-in-law Robert Goebel, Kenneth Goebel, Francis Goebel, Joseph Goebel
& Lawrence Goebel, and sisters-in-law Dorothy Schwulst, Cecilia Miller &
RoseMary Rosie DeMotts.
The family would like to extend their deep
appreciation to the staff of the Cancer Center & Dr. Jones as well as the
staff at the Hospice Home of Hope
A visitation will be held Friday, February
28, 2014 from 10:00-1:00 at Twohig Funeral Home 305 Fond du Lac Ave. Fond du
Lac, WI. A celebration of Clems life will be at 1:00 at the funeral home with
burial to follow at Calvary Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers memorials may
be directed to the Hospice Home of Hope.
Online guestbook and condolences
are at www.twohigfunerals.com