Our sympathy and best wishes to Ione and the Kueter family. Armond was also a great friend to wildlife and conservation efforts in Manitowoc County, and a great help to and supporter of Conservation Education Inc. and Woodland Dunes Nature Center. He was a great proponent of environmental education, and his legacy will live on through the programs he supported. We will always remember him fondly for his great attitude and encouragement.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Ione and family. May the Lord comfort you as you miss and mourn his death. He is in a wonderful place with the Lord. Love from your cousin and husband in Texas
My deepest condolences go out to Mr. Kueter's family. I was lucky to be a student at Jefferson when he was principal. He retired when I was in 2nd or 3rd grade but left such an impression that I remember him fondly today. I ran into him a few times as an adult and he remembered me by name, he made us all feel special. Such a great man, rest in peace Mr. Kueter.
Armond was a dear friend of the arts in our community. My sincere sympathy to Ione, friends and family. He never missed our concerts. We will miss him.
Michael J. Arendt,
UW-Manitowoc Lakeshore Wind Ensemble
My sypmpathy to the entire Kuether family in the loss of one so special. What a legacy Mr. Kueter left behind! He was a well respected and loved man. He was a man of faith also. My prayers go out for the entire Kuether family. May God be with you all and comfort you.
We sent a note, but forgot to signt it --"He was one of our dearest friends..."
He was one of our dearest friends. His passing leaves us with one less of those whose friendship helped make us what we are.
I remember Mr Kueter very well from my time at Cleveland in the late 60s. I would give him a hug when I saw him in the halls, he was so nice to us bratty little kids. He was a wonderful man who touched many lives. God Bless!
Our deepest sympathies go out to Ione and the family, he will be missed by a great many people who've had the good fortune to have been blessed by his presence over the years.
My Deepest Sympathies and prayers go out to the Armond Kueter Family.
I first met him when I was 6 and he became principal of Jefferson in 1973. Then I was on the Woodland Dunes Committee and we would meet in his office and it was like going to meet with the President! Then all those years went by and my family and I saw him and his wife Ione at Pinecrest Christmas weekend at the church as they would greet the people at the church and I went up to him to tell him who I was and before I could he said my name, after all that time I sure had changed but he always looked exactly the same! Mr. Kueter retired by the time my kids went to Jefferson and yet they were touched by some of his many great works he has done for this community.... The Armond Kueter Center, Holiday House, Pinecrest, Woodland Dunes, Public Library and the CCC. I will never forget that smile. RIP
Deepest Sympathies and prayers go out to the Family of Armond Kueter.
I met him when I was six, when he first became my principal at Jefferson in 1973. Then I remember being on the Woodland Dunes committee and we would meet in his office and it was like meeting with the President! Then all those years went by and then I started going to Christmas at Pinecrest and there he was with his wife Ione at the church greeting the people. I went up to him to tell him who I was and before I could he said my name! He never changed. He always looked the same and I will never forget that smile! May you RIP.
Only had met Armond on a few occasions. Mrs. Kueter was my first grade teacher at Franklin School in the 70's. My prayers to Mrs. Kueter and, the Kueter Family.
Our condolences to the Kueter family.Jane & Dennis your father was a wonderful man & helped so many people.Our thoughts & prayers go out to you and your family.Lincoln Class of 1965.
Dear Ione and Family,
Please know that your loved one has touched many lives, including those of my family. He was a great principal at Jefferson, and also a great landlord. His kind and loving soul will be missed dearly. The world lost a true gentleman!
I am honored to have known Armond. His love of God and all God's children has been evident through his life. May God Bless your family with comfort as you mourn his death and hope for when you meet again in heaven.
Mr Kueter, Seeing your smiling face in this picture reminds me of your kind soul when I was a child attending Cleveland Elementary. You always made me feel safe and welcome when I came to school on those cold WI days. I'll remember those days forever sir
My deepest and heartfelt sympathies at this time of loss. He was a wonderful and kind-hearted man. He was my school principal at Jefferson when I was there in the middle and late '70's. Always had a smile ready and waiting.
Ros -my condolences to you and your family in the loss of your father. May the memories of joy and compassion live within you daily.
Jodene Hrudka Wartman
What an amazing life Armond lived. His life has touched many students in his teaching career, wish I would of gotten to of known him. Armond would of had lots of stories to share with staff of St Mary's LTC-D.
Jerry and I will miss Armond very much, he was a very kind man with a great personality, Always had a way of making you feel special. He was a perfect model for many to live by thank you for that Armond. May our good Lord watch over your family and comfort them in this sad time. Until we meet again.