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Ron T.
Nisiewicz

Nisiewicz, Ronald T. “Ron”
age 79, passed away January 10, 2011 from pancreatic cancer with his family by his side. Survived by his loving wife of 55 years Janice nee-Schaetzke. Father of James Gail Nisiewicz, Donna Mark Zelenak, and Susan Karl Kraai. Grandfather of Misa Jeff Quello, Anthony Teresa and Nick Machi, Hayley Zelenak, Alex and Nathan Dankert, and Sara and Lily Kraai. Great-grandfather of Ryan and Kevin Quello. Brother of LeRoy Aggie Nisiewicz and brother-in-law of Doreen Herbert Schaefer. Special friend of Leon Glowacki. Proudly served in the U.S. Army 1952-1954 with the 59th Field Artillery Battalion. Retired from Wisconsin Gas Company after 42 years of service. Enjoyed his involvement with St. Veronica red dart ball team, also the Beulah Brinton team. Actively involved with the 55 and over softball and volleyball programs. Volunteered his talents at St. Veronica as a sacristan and also as a member of the St. Francis DeSales Pallium scholarship committee. He was a Scout leader of troop 208 with his son, and a Lake Band parent with his daughters. Visitation at the funeral home Friday January 14th 4 :00 – 8:00 pm with a vigil service at 7:30 pm and Saturday at ST. VERONICA CHURCH 4001 S. Whitnall ave. 9:00 am until time of Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 AM. Private Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, if desired, memorials to St. Veronica organ refurbishment fund appreciated.

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Past Comments

Jim & Kathy Gavenda

Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Ron lit up the room with his quite presence. He was a Packer fan we could like!

nancy leonard

Jan, I’m so sorry to hear about Ron passing away. He was a wonderful person and neighbor. I know your life will be different and lonely, but be strong. God Bless You. Much Love, Nancy Leonard

Joanie & Tom

Jan,
Please let us take this opportunity to share with all those who visit your guestbook what a pleasure it has been to have had you and Ron as our neighbors, friends and surrogate parents throughout our years at Maple Leaf. We will truely miss Ron for his good humor, helpful nature, and positive attitude, not to mention the many jobs he and his friends in the neighborhood took on to make Maple leaf a nicer place to live. He was a rare man who could take joy in small things and took on tough challenges with grace.
We will especially miss Ron at our summer get togethers soaking up rays on the patio, but we hope to continue our tradition with Jan Margaritas, anyone?

Herb & Marilyn Schaefer and girls

Aunt Janice and family,
We are so sorry to hear of Ron’s passing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Barbara and Bill Urbrock

Dear Janice and Family: We just received word of Ron’s passing from Doreen and Herb. We hasten to send our condolences and prayers for your comfort as you mourn your loss. We trust that you also are filled with hope as you entrust Ron to our loving God.

Elmer & Barbara Steinbrenner

Janice & Family, Please accept our sincere sympathy. Our prayers are with you. Just a reminder, we are the sister and brother-in-law of Jeanne Schiebel. God bless you.

Kathie & Jim Hanna

We want to share our sincere condolences with Janice/Family during this time of loss. May all your fond memories be a comfort to you during these sad times. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Kathie & Jim Hanna

Allan Lotsberg

To Ron’s family: Ron was a member of the “Fort Sill, Oklahoma Mob” along with about seven other deadbeat doughboys. Our goal was to “duck” doing gaurd duty, KP and goof off. Ron was our Major Goofer and Mascot, and oh yes, loved by us all. We’ve all heard “taps” for you, Ron, and by now you’ve heard “reveille” in a better place.

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