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Frederick R.
Butenhoff

Butenhoff, Frederick R.
Thur. Aug. 21, 2008 age 82 yrs.
Beloved husband of Nancy formerly Eisenreich, nee Bialk and the late Mavis nee Engler. Loving father of Janis Dr. Bob Haasl and Jonelle Wayne Bande. Proud grandfather of Branden, Brett and Haylee Bande. Step-father of Mark Peggy Eisenreich and Sue Tim Reynolds. Further survived by step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Family will receive friends at OKLAHOMA AVENUE LUTHERAN CHURCH, 5335 W. Oklahoma Ave., on Sun. Aug. 31, 2008 from 2:00 – 3:00 PM with a Memorial Service at 3:00 PM.

Fred served 35 yrs. with the Milwaukee Fire Dept., was a WWII Army Veteran, a member of Firefighters American Legion Post #426 and Moose Lodge #49.

The family wishes to gratefully acknowledge Dr’s Tumuluri and Nadeem, their staff’s, and the staff at St. Luke’s Hospital, 10-T for their loving care.
Memorials to Oklahoma Avenue Lutheran Church Appreciated.

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Past Comments

Jeralynn Peterson

My condolences to the loved ones of Fred Butenhoff. I heard wonderful things about Fred through my mom and dad,Harold and Delores Luty. May you find comfort in knowing that Fred no longer suffers from the pains of his disease and that Fred and Harold have met again; tube-free, medication-free,hospital-free. They are now in the arms of our Lord, forever pain-free.
Sincerely,
Jeralynn Peterson

Jack & Joan Roberts

Nancy, Jack & I wish to express our Sympathy to you and your family and also Fred’s family. As I mentioned when we spoke, it was good to see you both just a couple of week’s ago on a day when Fred was still able to go with us for a fish fry along with other of our mutual friends. He was a great guy and will be sadly missed by all who knew him I’m sure. Don’t forget to keep in touch even though we’re out of town, and we’ll do the same. We’ll see you soon. Love Jack & Joan

Jeralynn Peterson

My condolences to the loved ones of Fred Butenhoff. I heard wonderful things about Fred through my mom and dad,Harold and Delores Luty. May you find comfort in knowing that Fred no longer suffers from the pains of his disease and that Fred and Harold have met again; tube-free, medication-free,hospital-free. They are now in the arms of our Lord, forever pain-free.
Sincerely,
Jeralynn Peterson

Pam Ruthenberg White

How I remember the many times I would wave from my front window to Mr B in his kitchen window.He will be missed.My prayers to the family.

Den & Sandy Filkins

Sad news always travels so fast. Wish we could be with you to share your sorrow. Please know we will think of you and the family as Fred journeys to Heaven. Nancy we miss you and just can’t make it to Milwaukee. Love from us to you.

Den & Sandy

Ken & Judy Kallas

To Nancy and Fred’s two daughters-Judy and I are deeply saddened by Fred’s passing. Since moving next door to Fred 20 years ago he has been the best neighbor anyone could ever ask for. Thanks for your service to our country during WWII Fred-I’ll always remember how nice you were-Ken Kallas.

mark and peggy

we were so sorry to hear about Fred, hope you are doing allright
our love and prayers are with you, even if we can’t be, give our condolences to Fred’s family, hang in there, talk to you soon, love Mark and Peggy

Jack & Joan Roberts

Nancy, Jack and I send you and your family our sincere sympathy of Fred’s passing. We extend our sympathy also to his family. It was so nice we could get together with you Fred and other mutual friends just the other week when he was at that time feeling up to it.

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