Michael T. Kreznar

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Michael T.
Kreznar

Kreznar, Michael T.
Born to Eternal Life January 14, 2014 at the age of 71 years. Loving husband of Ruth. Dear father of Kenneth (Cathy) and Richard (Veronica). Caring grandfather of Tyler and Colby. Brother of John and Carol (Terry) Kanitz. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Visitation will be held Saturday, from 9-11AM, at the Funeral Home. Funeral Service will follow at 11AM.

A special thank you to Zilber Hospice, especially Alina, Kathy,Patti and Pauline for their kind and loving care. In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to the Hunger Task Force or Milwaukee Rescue Mission.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Tyborski-Altstadt-Scheuerell
3801 S. Howell Ave. 414-744-7039
Guest Book & Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Cathy

1 file added to the tribute wall

Ruth

From Vince DeMarinis

Dear Kreznar family,
I’m sorry for your loss. I wanted to take this moment to reflect on how Mike had personally touched my life. Growing up, our families have spent a lot of time together and I have many fond memories of Him. Traditions learned that I will never forget. As a matter of fact many of them which I’ve passed along to my children. I can honestly say that I have a boat, because of Mike. My kids know how to camp in a tent, because of Mike. I have actually build a few pieces of furniture, because of Mike. I eat fish, because of Mike. I’ve always viewed him as that all-around manly man type of guy. “Macho Mike. ” Heck, he’s the reason I ever even touched a fish eyeball or had my first sip of beer… at age 10. And I will never forget the puzzle hanging on the wall in the basement, probably still there, which was the first time I ever saw a boob! Ha Hah Hah!!!

Mike’s passing comes a sad news but I assure you, he is not gone. He will forever live on in my family’s thoughts and stories. And please know that he and your whole family will be in our thoughts and prayers. God bless

Love,
Vince

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Charles Lundy

I’m sorry about your loss of Michael. I still have memories of growing up as a kid and the family gatherings at Uncle Frank’s house. It is a shame we lost touch, although back a few years, we were able to connect with John and Carol.

Cousin
Charles Lundy

Cathy

1 file added to the tribute wall

Ruth

From Vince DeMarinis

Dear Kreznar family,
I’m sorry for your loss. I wanted to take this moment to reflect on how Mike had personally touched my life. Growing up, our families have spent a lot of time together and I have many fond memories of Him. Traditions learned that I will never forget. As a matter of fact many of them which I’ve passed along to my children. I can honestly say that I have a boat, because of Mike. My kids know how to camp in a tent, because of Mike. I have actually build a few pieces of furniture, because of Mike. I eat fish, because of Mike. I’ve always viewed him as that all-around manly man type of guy. “Macho Mike. ” Heck, he’s the reason I ever even touched a fish eyeball or had my first sip of beer… at age 10. And I will never forget the puzzle hanging on the wall in the basement, probably still there, which was the first time I ever saw a boob! Ha Hah Hah!!!

Mike’s passing comes a sad news but I assure you, he is not gone. He will forever live on in my family’s thoughts and stories. And please know that he and your whole family will be in our thoughts and prayers. God bless

Love,
Vince

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