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Jerome Norbert

Kieselhorst, Jerome N. “Jerry”
Friday, May 2, 2008 age 65 years. Loving husband of 43 years of Janet Kieselhorst nee Kracht Dear father of Lori Mark Eisenmann, Nathan Lisa, Rev. Philip Katharine and Paul Sharon Kieselhorst and Kristen Jay Biesterfeld. Also survived by 19 grandchildren, sisters in law, brothers in law, cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by his parents Norbert and Renata, a brother Frederic and an infant sister.

Funeral Service Monday May 5 at 7:00PM at KETTLE MORAINE LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL, 3399 Division Road, Jackson, WI. Interment David’s Star Cemetery, Jackson, WI. Visitation, at the school from 4PM until the time of Service 7PM. Jerry was a Lutheran Teacher and Administrator at the Elementary and Secondary level for 43 years. If so desired memorials to any Lutheran School appreciated.

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Al & Arlene Lee

Jan & all your family, We are sorry for your loss, but know your husband is with our Lord & Savior. Stephanie, our daughter, went to KM for a time & also our son, Kevin,& he took piano lessons from you. God go with you always, Arlene Lee

Valerie GeRue

I remember Mr. Kieselhorst from KML when I attended–I was in his Latin class and choir and band. I was in Nathan’s class and graduated in 1985. I am sorry for your loss–he was a great teacher and will be missed!

Louise Knoke

My deepest sympathy to all of you.
May God bring comfort to you, know-ing that he is with his Lord & Savior. Daughters, Kay & Sara Reinemann also extend their heart-felt sympathy to you.

Richard Warnke

Please accept my most sincere sympathy over the earthly loss of your dear husband, father, family member Jerry Kieselhorst.

But, of course, greater than the earthly loss is the joy of heart you have knowing Jerry is with the Lord in glory.

He was my friend and classmate at Northwestern College, as well as colleague in the public ministry of our Lord.

God bless,

Richard Warnke

Terri Salzwedel

You are all in our thoughts and prayers. The Lord will give you the strength as you told and tell Jerry that you will see him again in a “little” while.

If there is anything we can do, please let us know.

Our plan is to be at Kettle Monday about 5 pm. If you need us to watch children or entertain them for a while, please don’t hesitate to ask.

With lots of love and prayers,
Terri Salzwedel and family

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