Leo Mand

Leo Alois
Mand, 89, passed away on February 24, 2019 at Harbor Haven Health and
Rehabilitation, surrounded by his family. He was born on August 5, 1929 in Taycheedah,
a son of the late Peter and Elizabeth Schmitz Mand.

Leo served
in the United States Army and was stationed at Schofield Barracks in Hawaii. He
married Irene Karls at Holy Trinity Church in Jericho on July 10, 1954.

Leo worked
at G&L until his retirement in 1992. He enjoyed fishing, bingo and was an
avid sports fan.

include his wife, Irene; six children, Dan (Deb) Mand of Malone, Jeff (Diane)
Mand of Fond du Lac, Nancy (Wayne) Schumacher of Fond du Lac, Scott (Michelle)
Mand of Shakopee, MN, Randy (Necole) Mand of Virginia Beach, VA and Amy (Noah) Lobajeski
of Fond du Lac; nine grandchildren, Tammy, Jay, Melissa, Adam, Kelly, Tyler,
Derrick, Alicia and Brett; nine great grandchildren.

Leo is
further survived by a special niece, Mary Kay Mand; two sisters, Genevieve
Kopplin of Watertown, WI, and Virginia Schneider of St. Peter; sisters-in-law,
Esther Mand and Marie Mand, both of Fond du Lac and many nieces, nephews, other
relatives and friends.

Leo was
preceded in death by his parents; two sisters Florence Michels and Marie Abler;
five brothers Alois, Ambrose, Alfred “Fritz”, Ray and Servie Mand;
brothers-in-law Alex Michels, Wilfred Abler, Emil Kopplin and Adolph Schneider;
and sisters-in-law Lydia, Agnes and Mary Mand.

Leo’s family
invites relatives and friends for a time of visitation at St. Peter Catholic
Church, N8079 Church Road, Malone on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 from 9:00 to
10:45 AM.

A Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Peter Catholic Church on Wednesday
following visitation at 11:00 AM. Burial will be in Ledgeview Memorial Park

The Mand
family would like to send a special thank you to the staff and volunteers of
Harbor Haven for their exceptional care and loving compassion given to Leo and
the family. The family also thanks the staff and volunteers of Agnesian Hospice
for the care shown to Leo the last week of his life.

condolences can be shared at www.zacherlfuneralhome.com.