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Mark 
Immekus

Moved to his Heavenly home on Thursday, April 26, 2018, age 52 years. Loving husband of Sonja. Proud father of Amanda(Keegan), Jacqueline(Connor), Michael, and Joseph. Son of Ursula(Joseph Heil) and the late Charles. Brother of Adrian(Jolie), Nicki (Rick Regeth), and Michelle(Chris Allen). Brother-in-law of Ronald(Taylor), Melanie(Eric), and Jana(Andy). Son-in-law of Carolyn and the late Ed Schroeder. Also survived by cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.

Mark enjoyed living a life full of family, serving God, and playing golf. He used his musical talents by playing the bass guitar in the church band for many years. Mark loved vacationing with family and friends, going on long walks, and was the number one fan at all of his children’s sporting events! Mark spent over 30 years working at QPS Employment Group. Gifted as a “people person,” he touched many lives and enjoyed much success.

A visitation will be held Friday from 9:30-12:40 at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church, 5901 Westway, Greendale. A Funeral Service will follow at 1PM.

Past Comments

Rich Wyman

Mr. golf, I do remember at UW playing football in the ally by his apartment our Jr. year with Steve D and Todd. Mark and I had to guard each other while the two “football” guys battled. Great dude that always was happy and made others feel the same. bye Mark..

Marlena Skinner

Lit a candle in memory of Mark Immekus

Robert Toeller

Mark, you were an awesome friend since 1980. I’m so grateful for all the great times we had as teenagers from cruising highway 100, selling coupon books from Help publishing, being a rode for Prelude and going to bars for your gigs, having you guys perform In the basement of my (parents) house, etc. I joined the Military and you went on having an awesome career with Scott Mayer, building a business from the ground up. You married Sonja, a beautiful young lady, and have created a wonderful family. As life evolves for most people such as reaching adulthood, going on to our careers, and getting married and creating our own families, and making other friends thru work, moving, etc eventually it gets nearly impossible to get together. Though we went in different directions I often thought about our friendship and was elated when we finally got together at our class reunion, and then you and Sonja invited Melissa and I to your home afterwards. And then followed up by going out for dinner on a few occasions. I was really looking forward to having you and your Family at the pig roast this summer, and potentially going out on the lake with your brother in law with our Yamaha wake board boats. Just let it be known Mark, that I am grateful to have had you as a friend, and also that you will be remembered as a man who provided well for his Family emotionally, spiritually, and financially. You did your job here on earth my good friend, and I will remember you as such, not to mention your love for playing Bass guitar and golfing…..I, as well as many others I’m sure, will miss your earthly presence. Love you my brother, RIP….now enjoy your new home with our lord and savior, you have earned your wings.

David Matthews

I’m so saddened to hear of Mark’s passing. I enjoyed so many beautiful services at Our Shephard playing music and practicing with Mark it was always a joy to get to play music together and worship our Lord Jesus Christ together!

Kelly Wencka

Our sincere condolences to the entire family.
Kelly Wencka ( Kuglitsch )
& Adam Wencka

Jim Scharnberg

All of the memories of lapping the golf course with Mark will be forever cherished. One of the best foursomes, for me anywhere, was Mark, Joey, Michael and myself. Mark was like a Brother to a lot of people! I miss him already.

Donna Bembenek

So very sorry for your loss. Your Catholic Memorial Family offers our prayers for you at this difficult time.

Donna Bembenek

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