Raymond P. Riegert

Peter Riegert, 93, a resident of 412 Winnebago Street, North Fond du Lac,
finished his journey on earth on Friday, August 9, 2019 at Hospice Home of Hope.

was born January 3, 1926 on a farm near Dotyville.  At eleven years of age the family moved to a
farm next to the Village of North Fond du Lac, with his parents, Robert and
Elizabeth (Wuest) Riegert, sister Lucille, brothers Norbert and Harold, and
grandparents Peter and Mary Wuest.  As a
boy he lived on North Marr Street in Fond du Lac where he also attended St.
Mary’s grade school.  Raymond finished
grade school at Presentation School and graduated from St. Mary’s Springs
Academy, class of 1944.

1956 Raymond married a beautiful and talented lady, Mary Kimla.  She reached everlasting life in the year of
1992.  Ray later married another good
woman, Mildred “Millie” Schroeder.

was thankful for all the help from his parents, grandparents, wife Mary, his
son Paul, daughter Barbara and friends for a successful farming operation. For
many years Ray was a volunteer at the Broken Bread Program.

is survived by a daughter Barbara (Augie) Molina and
Paul (Nicole) Riegert; sister-in-law, Edith Riegert; brother-in-law, Jack
(Shirley) Kimla; two sisters-in-law, Therese Kimla Bohn and Karen Kimla;  six grandchildren, Charles (Becky), Cory (Cassandra)
and Christopher (Becky) Nitschke, Candeth (Robert) Wothe, Alyssa and Daycia
Riegert; three great granddaughters, Clara Wothe and Autumn and Aubrey Nitschke,
a great grandson, John Wothe and a former son-in-law Nick Nitschke. He is further
survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

He was
preceded in death by his first wife Mary; two infant children, Mary Christine
in 1958 and Joseph in 1959; a granddaughter Hailey in 1993; his second wife
Millie in 2016; brothers Harold Riegert and Norbert Riegert; one sister Lucille
Loehr; two brothers-in-law Leo Loehr and Rev. James Kimla and two sisters-in-law
Barbara Riegert and Alice Riegert.

 Raymond’s family invites relatives and friends
for visitation at Presentation BVM Church at 705
Michigan Ave, North Fond du Lac
on Tuesday August 9 from 9 to 10:45 AM.

A Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated following visitation at 11AM. Burial will
be in Calvary Cemetery.

lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to St. Mary’s Springs Academy, or
the charity of one’s choice.

family would like to give thanks to the amazing staff at St. Francis Home and
Hospice Home of Hope for the special connections formed with Raymond.   


condolences can be expressed at www.zacherlfuneralhome.com.