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Jon Charles
Hinrichs

Hinrichs, Jon Charles
Called home to the Lord on Friday Jan. 15, 2016 age 71yrs. Beloved husband of Bette (nee Stockinger). Dear father of Beth (Peter) Spano, Michelle (Tracy Chambers) Sims, the late Douglas Hinrichs and Morgan (Nathan Evenson) Ellison. Loving grandpa of Collin, Ceirra, Zachary, Dominic and Arianna. Brother of Susan (the late Dwight) Shumway. Jon will also be missed by his dog Rusty. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation will take place on Friday Jan. 22, 2016 at HALES CORNERS LUTHERAN CHURCH 12300 W. Janesville Road from 11:00am until the time of service at 1:00pm. The Rev. Joseph Robb officiating.
Jon’s family would like to thank the nursing staff at St Luke’s Hospital for their loving care. If so desired, memorials to Martin Luther High School Concert Choir greatly appreciated.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME
4800 So 84th St 414-281-5533
Guest Book and Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

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Michelle Magee

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Michelle Magee

My son Kyle and Jon were very close friends at church. Jon would always try and sneak Kyle as much candy as he could without my husband and I seeing. Jon your smile and enormous amount of energy were so encouraging to all!! You will be missed but I know that we will all will be together again up in those pearly gates!! We love you!!!
Tom, Michelle and Kyle Magee

Audrey Schemmer

So sorry for your heartache and loss, Bette.

tom magee

I met John when My family attended Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church. John always had a smile on his face. He always had candy in his pocket to give to my son. John became my golf buddy along with Dave Fisher and Jim Hermanson. Jim and I got such a kick out of listening to John and Dave DISCUSS (lol) golf rules. Well the rules for the game we were playing. John was a great guy and good friend. He will be truly missed. We will see him again.

Jeff Schlueter

Jon was a friend since the 4th grade. He Doug Brandt and I were buddies and did a lot together. While I lost touch with him when he moved west he still remained a valued friend. Jon had a ready smile, a warm greeting, and a sincere interest in your life. When you spoke with Jon you left the better for it. When you said your goodbye you left with his smile and a measure of his good nature to keep for your own. I, as many, are all the better for his friendship. God Bless him.
Sincere sympathy,
Jeff and Donna Schlueter

Mike Enea

We send our deepest sympathy and prayers to you and the family. I will always remember “The Silver Fox” when I step to the first tee and the fun we enjoyed with the fellows in our golfing group.

Mike, Dorle and the Enea Family

Jan Marohnic

Jon was a Wonderful Friend and also was a Classmate of mine at Milwaukee Lutheran High School. I will miss him and He is in my prayers and in a Better Place now.
My Thoughts and Prayers are with the Family. Jan Marohnic

Diana & Scott

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