Ronald Tylke

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Ronald 
Tylke

Tylke, Ronald. Wednesday, August 20th, 2014, age 78. Longtime Companion of Caren Parsons. Brother of Jerome “Joe” (the late Dorothy), Shirley (William) Elmendorf (previously Shirley Seemeyer), Marvin (Marjorie), twin brother Kenneth (Mary Anne), and the late Arline LaComb/Klimaszewski. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Memorial Visitation Wednesday, August 27th, 2014, from 11am-1pm at THE FUNERAL HOME. Memorial Service to follow, at 1pm. Private interment at St. Adalbert Cemetery. Memorials, if so desired, may be made to the American Cancer Society.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Tyborski – Altstadt – Scheuerell
3801 S. Howell Ave. 414-744-7039
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Past Comments

Michael Tylke

I am so very proud of you for the fight you gave right to the end. I respect you and will not let you down with the “TRUST” you have placed in me.

As well, your asking the nurses and aides for dates and remembering when you stood them up by either having to go to physical therapy, an out of facility appointment or best of all the night you went back to the hospital, asking me to let a nurse at Willowcrest you were sorry for not making your date. She said she forgave you…..lol

I will never forget how much you enjoyed the burger I brought you form the grill on July 4th and how, even when you were not eating much, wolfed it down and gave me a hard time for not bringing a second for you.

One thing that will make me laugh and smile is how you would lay with your eyes closed, having us think you were sleeping, only to speak right up if we said something you did not aregee with, keeping us on our toes right to the end.

You may be gone but will never be forgotten. I love and respect you may you “Rest In Peace”.

Michael

Sue Henneman

I will never forgot the big smile on you face when I came to see you as you were leaving dinner at Willowcrest, and you had me push you down the hall, and you saying ” faster, faster” and how we laughed when we got to your room. This is the memory I will hold dear to my heart. There are so many childhood memories from weekends at the lake house and you taking all us kids speeding around the lake in the boat. Quiet moments fishing with the cane poles and you always keeping all my boy cousins from picking on me. I will hold all these memories dear to my heart and will never forget that even in your final days, you flirting with the nurses and trying to gef a date. I will always remember how you made me laugh and am gratful fot those moments. I love you uncle, may you rest in peace. Susie????

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