Bodway, Norbert M., 82, passed away at Wisconsin Veteran Home in King on Saturday, April 20, 2013 with his family by his side. He was born on January 5, 1931, in the Town of Harrison, the son of the late Clara and Ray Bodway, and father Albert Fahrenkrug. Norbert proudly served our country during the Korean Conflict
in the Army. On June 13, 1953, he married Joylene Deltour who preceded him in death. He worked for John Strange Paper which later became US Papermills until retiring in 1993. On October 31, 1987, he married Susan (Sarnowski) Masten at Christian Life Center. Norbert loved the outdoors, and animals, especially coon hunting dogs. He was an avid hunter, enjoyed building bird houses, ceramics, he was an artist and enjoyed the Packers.
Norbert is survived by his wife, Susan of 25 years, five children: Bev (Bill) Hoppenworth, Maryville, TN; Linda (Pete) Schroeder, Greenville, Kathy Bragg, Appleton, Cheryl (Steve) VandenWyngaard, Menasha and Daniel (Laura) Bodway, Appleton; three step-children: Jayne (Albert) Weller, Rich (Carla) Masten and Rachelle (Allan) Van Linn; five grandchildren: Amy, Joseph, Amanda, Emily and Stephanie; five step-grandchildren: Jacob, Gabriel, Connor, Quinn and Samantha; three great-grandchildren: Brianna, Brandon and Aiden; six brothers and sisters: Robert (Dolores) Bodway, twin brother
Norman (Millie) Bodway, Donald (Sally) Bodway, Raymond Bodway, Audrey Krull and Richard (Joyce) Bodway; brothers and sisters in-law: Mary (Al) Kronberg, Judith Miskoviak, John (Linda) Sarnowski, Mary Keddell and Sandy Jansen; further survived by other relatives and dear friends. Norbert is preceded in death by his first wife, Joylene Bodway, Step-daughter, Renee Gregory, two infant grandsons: Steven and Ryan, brother, Ken (Janet) Bodway, and further preceded by many brothers and sisters in-law.
Funeral service for Norbert will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at Christian Life Center, 670 N. Green Bay Rd. Neenah, WI 54956; with Pastor Steven Aberg officiating. Friends and family may visit at the CHURCH from 9:00 a.m. until the time of service. Interment will take place at Riverside Cemetery, Appleton.