Edmund Francis Leschke

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Edmund Francis

Edmund F. Leschke, Sr.

Of South Milwaukee, WI. September 30, 2016. Age 92 years. Beloved husband of Joan Leschke (nee Gebhard). Cherished father of Dennis (Debbie), Dale, Donald (Gayle), Edmund Jr., Beverly, Barbara, Alvin, Joseph, and Jeannie (Barron) Peterson. Loving grandfather of the late Dwane, Heather, Dona, Martin, Deanna, Emmy Lou, Zachary, April, Braedon and Benjamin. Great-grandfather of Madison, Liberty, Ella, Owen and Lincoln. Further survived by other relatives and friends.

Edmund served during WWII as a Merchant Marine, he was a 50 year member of Steamfitters Local 601 and a 50 year member of 1400 Fishing and Hunting Club.

Visitation Saturday, October 8, 2016 at St. Matthew’s Parish 9303 S. Chicago Road Oak Creek, WI 53154 from 9:00 AM until time of the Funeral Mass at 11:00 AM.

Interment Holy Sepulcher Cemetery.

Past Comments

Madison & Liberty

Although we were not very close to our Great Grandpa we loved him and admired him. He was a strong man and lived through a lot! He has moved on to a better place where he can see, walk without pain, hopefully fish and maybe hunt:) shed tears of laughter and never feel sadness again for the things lost. We will always remember you Grandpa especially Up North where you loved to be!

Gayle Leschke

When I lost my parents you became like a father to me. I enjoyed sitting with you listening to you talk about your life growing up, the jokes we shared (especially the one you always got in about the Italian watch) & listening to old country songs to which I was amazed you knew all the words, who sang it, and the year it was made. No more tears now, no sorrow, only laughter & smiles, there will always be a tomorrow. You are not alone for all who went before are there awaiting awaiting your return. Your pain is gone & you are free. We all loved you very much & will be with you again some day. I know you’ll be there awaiting our return. Love, Gayle

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