Donald Edward Villwock

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Donald Edward
Villwock

Villwock, Donald E.
Went Home to his Savior on Friday, November 1, 2013, age 80 years. Dear husband of Jean E. Villwock (nee Delikat). Father of James (Nancyann Stark) Villwock and Linda (Steve) Mathwig. Father-in-law of Michael Destrampe. Grandfather of David (Christina) Destrampe, Daniel and Erin Destrampe, Benjamin and Nicole Mathwig and Laura Villwock. Also survived by nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his daughter Dona Destrampe, his parents Adam Sr. and Irma (nee Kammer) Villwock and brothers and sisters.
Visitation Thursday, November 7, from 4:00 PM until 8:00 PM at the Funeral Home and Friday at St. Paul’s Ev. Lutheran Church, 6881 S. 51st St, Franklin from 9:00 AM until 10:30 AM, followed by the Funeral Service at 10:30 AM. Interment Forest Hill Memorial Park.
Don was a U. S. Army veteran who served with the First Cavalry Division during the Korean Conflict.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Paul’s Building Fund or Time of Grace Ministries appreciated.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME
Johnson Reiss Klemmer
Scheuerell Tyborski
9200 S. 27th St., Oak Creek
Guest Book and Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

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Don Druml

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Sheila Kimle

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Philip Sawhill

Jean Villwock and family: May The Lord be with you all, in this, your hour of need. I fondly remember our visits to your household, as children. Mom and dad would talk about your epic card games for weeks, after our departure. God be with you all. I will keep you all in my prayers. Love, nephew and cousin, Philip

Joseph Crapitto

Jean, our deepest sympathy to you and your family for your loss. I remember Don as always being a fun guy and of course you for being my favorite “sitter”. Joe and Paula Crapitto

Virginia Ropicky

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Dianne Thorpe

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James Villwock

One thing you could always say about my father is that he was a Christian first and foremost. He taught his children to tell the truth and to live life to honor God. My father was all about hard work and to earn your way in life. My father was never late to anything on purpose. My father would regularly be a half hour to an hour early to work every day. When the work day was over he would be one of the last to leave. He believed in an honest days work for an honest days pay. He also believed in what is right is always right. If he believed something was right he would not be shy about loudly telling anyone so. As a father his children always came first in his life. In his life he worked sometimes two and three jobs at a time to earn money for our education, family vacations, and sometimes for special things for the family. When it came time to retire from work, he retired to help and spend time with my older sister Dona who had leukemia. For all the things my father did for me and my sisters in his life, I thank you. You have set the standard of life for me to live up to and I only hope that at the end of my life I have lived to the standard you have set.

You are gone from this earth to heaven, but you will never be forgotten. Your loving son James.

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