Stefan W. Kuklinski

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Stefan W.
Kuklinski

Kuklinski, Stefan W. “Steve”
Wednesday December 3, 2014 at the age of 89 years. Beloved husband of the late Irene (nee George) for 58 years of wedded bliss. Loving father of Irene C. Gordon, Deborah (Jim) Brenn, Janis (Bob) Gregory and Cheryl (fiancé James Isaacs) Wendlandt. Very proud grandfather of Heather (Mike) Albrecht, Christopher (Colby) Brenn, Brooke (Brett) Slimmer, Erik (Caela) Brenn, Nathan (fiancée Kelsey Palmer) Brenn, Jennifer Gregory, Justin Gregory, Jessica (Roger) Brossart, Nichole (fiancé Nate Vetter) Wendlandt and K.J. (fiancée Chelsea Hurd) Wendlandt. Great grandfather of Nina, Michael, Aaron, Mackenzie, Michaela, James, Elijah, Austin, Braeden, Jake, Carson, Eliana, Kate, Rhylee, Dylan, Ava, Kylie, Tyler and Paislee. Brother of Jenny Zamjahn. Brother in law of Ruth Kuklinski. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Visitation Tuesday December 9, at the FUNERAL HOME from 3-5PM with a Funeral Service at 5PM. Interment Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery. If so desired, memorials to Resurrection Ev. Lutheran Church appreciated. Steve was a former employee and an active union member at Ladish Co. He was also a Little Silver Lake softball fan.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Altstadt-Tyborski-Johnson-Reiss-Klemmer
4800 S. 84th Street 414-281-5533
Guest Book & Directions
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Past Comments

Cheryl Wendlandt

Will always remember fna and ya. And Yakabodi. And the planet gin sing. Lol the stories you used to tell. I love you dad

Cheryl Wendlandt

Will always sing around the campfire 🙂

Cheryl Wendlandt

Thank you. He enjoyed the softball games so much.

Bunny Biro-Apps

You were such a loyal Silver Laker fan for all those years. I will never forget “feed the woyms, in the doyt, feed the pigeons, B-R-A what does it do…hold ’em, hold ’em, hold ’em. Also Steve gave Dave & I tickets to a Marie Osmond concert in Oshkosh which was wonderful. Such a generous and fun-loving man. The world needs more people like Steve. He will be missed.

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