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Norman E.

Norman E. Dux

December 25, 2021, age 87 years.  Beloved Husband of Carol (Lahn) for 64 years. Loving Father of David (Lynn), Paul, Mark (Aileen) Dux and Julie (Jay) Wnuk. Cherished Grandfather of Michael, Denise, Rebecca, Victoria, Jacqueline and Jacob.  Dear Brother to Everett, Melvin, Marie and Irene.  Further survived by 7 great-grandchildren.
Norm grew up on the Family Farm in Neillsville WI.  He went to high school and college at Dr. Martin Luther College in New Ulm MN, to study to be a teacher.  After graduation he spent 35 years as a Lutheran School Teacher. Norm guided his students at St. Paul’s Lutheran School in Tomah, WI. He was also a teacher at  Pilgrim Lutheran School in Minneapolis, MN. Norman finished his career as a Teacher/Principal at Our Savior’s Lutheran School in Wausau, WI.  After he retired, he worked as a handyman to keep himself busy and spent many weekends helping out on the Family Farm.  Throughout his life, Norman was a mentor and role model to his students, colleagues, family and friends. He always loved to travel or go camping and visit Family. Norman will be remembered as a devoted family man and a man of great faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He will be greatly missed by all who were blessed to have known him.  
Family and friends will gather at Heritage Funeral Home,, 9200 S. 27th Street, Oak Creek, WI  53154 on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 from 9:00 AM until the time of the Memorial Service at 11:00 AM.  
On Thursday, there will be a private interment at North Pine Valley Cemetery in Neillsville, WI.  
In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Cudahy (3775 E. Cudahy Ave, Cudahy, WI 53110) are greatly appreciated.

One Comment

  1. Lawrence (Larry) Dux December 27, 2021 at 6:26 pm - Reply


    Dear Aunt Carol, David, Paul Mark, Julie and your families;
    I am so sorry to hear of the passing of uncle Norman. I have very fond memories of playing cribbage with him at Grandma Dux’s house when we would gather for Christmas Day evening get togethers. He was always interesting to listen to because as a teacher he made everything educational in a fun way. He will be missed but hopefully the memories (and pictures) you have will bring back the many happy and fun times you spent together. Great-Great Grandparents Ferdinand & Charlotta, Great Grandparents William & Bertha, and Grandparents Albert & Alma can be very proud of the accomplishments of Everett, Melvin, Norman, and Irene. These children all started their lives on the family farm in the Town of Pine Valley and in my book lived long and successful lives. I am proud to carry on the Dux name in their honor. Lawrence (Larry) Dux

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