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Dennis 
Urbaniak

Urbaniak, Dennis “Tilly”
Took his final pass on Sunday May 1, 2016 at the age of 67 years. Beloved husband of Andrea “Andy”. Loving dad of #1 David (Lisa) and #2 Bradley (Angelica). Proud grandpa-Dude of Cheyanne, Brandon, Charisma and Madison. Uncle of Roberto Perez, Melinda Santoyo, Karl (Erin) Schulz and Lisa (Matt) HaggAdone. Brother in law of Wolfgang (Maureen) Schulz, the late Dagmar Ortiz, the late Karin Bergmann, Gerhard (Sallie) Schulz and Renate (Rick) Schulz. Son in law of Hildegard “Oma” Schulz. Preceded in death by his parents Barney and Evelyn Urbaniak and father in law Herbert “Opa” Schulz. Father figure to Chris Kazubowski. Also survived by other relatives and friends.

Visitation, Friday at the FUNERAL HOME from 3-8PM with a Funeral Service at 8PM. Interment Saturday at St. Adalberts Cemetery at 11AM. Please meet at the main entrance on 6th Street.

Dennis was an employee of the City of Milwaukee for 36 years as a drafting Technician and Address Administrator, AFSCME Local 1238 President for 14 years, member of the Wilson Park Senior Center model railroad club, NHRA drag racing member and a graduate of Boys Tech High School.

Heritage Funeral Homes
414-761-2750

Past Comments

bob klaus

hi andy, sorry for your loss, dennis was a great guy and I will miss him too. bob klaus

THOMAS RACH

My sympathy to all of the family and friends of Dennis. I know you will be missed by many people. You had many varied interests and hobbies along with your work with AFSCME. Blessings for you. Thomas Rach

Bradley Urbaniak

Oh, Duuude ( Dad ). You are already missed by many.You may set a record for the largest Visitation, and Memorial Service…ever. So many stories have already been shared. We all have done a good job being there for each other. We have your Tilly-ism’s that will help keep your memory alive. Not that any of us will have a problem ever remembering who you were, or are in our minds and hearts. Love you.

Bradley

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