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Wayne D. Stoegbauer

Wayne D.
Stoegbauer, Sr, 87, of North Fond du Lac, died Thursday, September 19, 2019 at
Touchstone Assisted Living.  He was born
November 30, 1931 in Fond du Lac, the son of Raymond and Stella Hall
Stoegbauer.  Wayne served over 20 years
in the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force serving two tours in Korea, retiring in
1971.  On May 4, 1999 he married Patricia
M. Vander Gallien in Galena, IL and she preceded him in death on January 19,
1915.  After retiring from the military
he worked at Parkway Lanes where he was a manager and taught bowling lessons.  He later opened Fondy Bowler Haven.  In 2000 he started The Cane Man, a custom
woodworking shop.  He was a member of the
Fond du Lac Bowling Hall of Fame, bowling many 300 games in his career and was
a former member of the Elks Club.  Wayne enjoyed
woodworking, boating, fishing, traveling, and especially loved being with his
family.

 

After his
military service he raised his four children, Mark Stoegbauer of North Fond du
Lac, Jeanne (Rich) Floyd of Eden, LeAnn Feilbach of Fond du Lac, and Wayne Jr. (Sherri)
Stoegbauer of Montello; his grandchildren, Colin (Cierra) Weber, Megan (Cory)
Siedschlag, Michael Feilbach, Kaleena (Charlie) Lord, Janessa, Garrett, Kaelee,
and Coleton Stoegbauer; great grandchildren, Carson, Jaxson, Evelyn, and
Anders; his sister, Sandy (Dennis) Tyson of Oshkosh; nieces, nephews, and other
relatives.  He was preceded in death by
his parents; step father, Isadore Brunette; his wife, Pat; Carol Laquey, the
mother of his children; and two sisters, Joyce (Herb) Hoeft and Judy (Sonny)
Bellman.

 

The
visitation will be held Tuesday, September 24, 2019 from 4:00 – 6:00 PM at
Uecker-Witt Funeral Home.  The funeral
service will be held at 6:00 PM at the funeral home on Tuesday.  Military honors will be conducted and
cremation will follow the traditional services.

 

The
family extends a special thank you to the staff of Touchstone Living Center and
to Agnesian Hospice for the excellent care given to Wayne.

 

Guestbook and tribute wall may
be found by visiting ueckerwitt.com.