John L. Pintar

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John L.

Pintar, John L.
Passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on Monday, August 26, 2013 age 81 years. Beloved husband of Dorothy (nee Hendrickson) for 56 years. Loving father of John (Paula) and Jill (Mark) Beyer. Proud grandpa of Brittany, Eric, Lindsay, Erin and Johnny. Dear brother of Mary Ann Polzin and Helen Pintar. Preceded in death by his sister Rose Rule and brother Albert. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Family and friends will gather on Friday, August 30 from 1-3 PM with a Memorial Service at 3:00 PM at ST. MATTHEW PARISH in the Little Brick Church, 9303 S. Chicago Rd., Oak Creek.
John was a retiree of Ladish and was a US Army Veteran.
Special Thanks to Jeff Baranek, Physicians Assistant for all his loving care.
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Gary and Cindy

Mrs Pintar, John/Paula, Jill/Mark and The Pintar Family…

Deepest sympathies to the entire Pintar Family….
I will be unable to attend Mr Pintar’s Memorial Service… However, please know I am there from afar and my thoughts have often been of you all the past few days… Mr and Mrs Pintar have always been special to me… I suspect all of John and Jill’s friends… I will always remember Mr Pintar for fun conversation and laughter… I will always remember his laugh 🙂

Gary and Cindy

Shelley Schoeni

Dorothy, John, Jill and the rest of the family….so sorry to hear of John’s passing. I will always have fond memories of good times shared with our families, including vacations, picnics, and just getting together. My prayers are with you as you struggle through this difficult time. The memories will keep you close.

Shelley Schoeni (Henk)
Slinger, WI

Anything I say wouldn’t do justice to John. John and Dorothy where more like a second set of parents living next door. I’ll always have fond memories of John. In this tough time you can take comfort in knowing he has left nothing but good behind him and we’ll see him again.

Kevin Nerby

Wendy Mannix

John I was so sorry to hear about your dad passing away. He leaves behind a great legacy and wonderful memories that you will always cherish. My deepest sympathy to you and your entire family. I know just how you feel right now losing a father you loved so much.

Wendy Mannix

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