Lawrence Louis Biesiadny, Captain US Navy Retired
Born to Eternal Life April 10, 2022, age 89 years. Preceded in death by his parents Louis and Catherine (nee Krzych) Biesiadny, and siblings, Margaret (August) Zanowski, Thomas and William Biesiadny.
Larry is survived by his beloved sister Alice Biesiadny, sisters-in-law Patricia Biesiadny and Mary Ann Biesiadny Schwister, loving nieces and nephews, other relatives and many good and dear friends.
Larry proudly served his country, joining the US Navy in 1949 and retiring in 1992 after almost 43 years of dedicated service. After his retirement, Larry came home to Milwaukee. He continued serving others, giving generously of his time by volunteering at the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Larry’s nieces and nephews will remember him as an exemplary role model and will be forever grateful for the love and support provided throughout the years.
Family and friends will gather at Three Holy Women Parish – St. Hedwig Church, 1702 N. Humboldt Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202 on Wed. May 11, 2022 from 3:00 PM until the time of the Funeral Mass at 4:00 PM.
Larry will be buried with Military Honors at 1:00 PM on Thurs, May 12, 2022 at Southern WI Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 21731 Spring St. Union Grove, WI 53182 – all are welcome to attend.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to Three Holy Women Parish are appreciated.
Remembering his contributions to MPM especially his extensive knowledge of the Pacific area after his years in the Navy He was an enthusiastic member of Clue Crew and added to the frivolity of the group with his great sense of humor. A loss to all those who knew him and enjoyed his friendship.
My deepest sympathies. Larry was an extraordinary man who gladly shared his life experiences and knowledge with others, especially at the Milwaukee Public Museum. I had the privilege of having him as my mentor when I trained at MPM as a Docent. We will miss him but not ever forget him.
Going to miss you dearly, Larry. We had so o o o many good times over the years together.
Hang in there buddy and I’ll eventually see you again.
As a fellow docent at MPM, I knew and loved Larry. Always so generous with his time and knowledge, he was a delight to work with. I am going to miss him immensely.
Larry was our favorite condo neighbor for over 20 years. Such a gentleman, he was thoughtful , with a great wit and we shared a love of good mystery authors. God bless you Larry, and thank you for your service.