Roger B. Peelen

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Roger B.
Peelen

Peelen, Roger B.
Saturday Sept. 7, 2013, age 87 years. Beloved husband of the late Lorraine. Loving father of Randall(Cindy Schmitz) Peelen and Cheryl(Randal) Heuvelman. Grandfather of Tyler and Tanner(Kayla) Peelen and John(Vicki) and Harry Dollenmaier. Great Grandfather of Cora Jean Dollenmaier. Brother of Ted(Joan) Peelen and the late Marilyn(the late Gil) Smith. Loving friend and companion of the late Irene Sestak. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

A visitation will be held Thursday from 5-6:45 at St. Gregory the Great Church, 60th & Oklahoma Ave., followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 7PM. Entombment at Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Klemmer-Scheuerell-Johnson-Reiss
414-321-7440

Past Comments

Maxine Mollner

Dear Randy, Cheryl, Uncle Ted and the rest of the family,

I am saddened of the loss of “Uncle Roger”. While I am no longer family, he was ALWAYS the laughter and fun at the Peelen/Smith family gatherings. I have fond memories of him and will cherish them always. My condolences to all of you on his passing. You are in my thoughts and Prayers.

Warmest Regards,
Maxine Mollner (and Maximilian Smith)

Bonnie Heuvelman

Lit a candle in memory of Roger B. Peelen

Constance Schuenke

Dear Randy, Cheryl, and families,

Please accept our condolences on the death of your father, Roger. Our connection goes way back to living at Southlawn. Both Bill and I lived there although not at the same time. Randy played with my brother Tom and I played with Cheryl. I also remember staying at your home off of Oklahoma which was so cool because there were no rugrats like my family had! Also, your Mom was so nice. In addition, Bill attended Pulaski High School with Randy. We know this is a very sad time for your family and wanted to know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Best regards,
Bill and Connie (Bogenberger) Schuenke

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