George William Hegerty
1944 - 2019
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George William Hegerty

Age 75. Born on March 13, 1944, and born to eternal life on December 27, 2019 as the result of esophageal cancer. Preceded in death by his parents, George Edward and Mae (nee Van Lare); and his brother Paul. Survived by his beloved wife, Nannette (nee Meier), and his beloved children Suzanne (Brian) Kreuziger, of Glendale, Wisconsin, and Scott (Sara) Hegerty, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Loving grandfather of Eleanor, John and Benjamin Hegerty; his loving sisters, Mary (J. David) McMullen, of Mooresville, Indiana, and Elizabeth (Lee) Corneliusen, of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Also survived by his loved mother-in-law, June Meier, his brother-in-law, Ronald Meier, and his sister-in-law, Dawn Luckmann. Further survived by his many special nieces, nephews, cousins, godchildren other relatives, friends, and his Labrador retrievers, Bucky and Mickey.

Alumnus of Wisconsin Lutheran High Scholl, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Marquette University and Northwestern University's Traffic Institute.

George proudly served as a Milwaukee police officer for thirty-two years; and served in the U.S. Army Military Police, and the Wisconsin Army National Guard.

In State on Friday January 3rd, at HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN CHURCH, W156 N8131 Pilgrim Road, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, with a service to follow. Private interment.

We, as the members of George's family, extend our sincere thanks to all members of the staff at Community Memorial Hospital's Cancer Care Center, especially Dr. Abdel Alqwasmi, MD, for their outstanding medical and compassionate care during George's illness. A special thanks to Ashley Douglas from Heartland Hospice for her kindness and care for George.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorials be made to Holy Cross Lutheran Church, the American Cancer Society, or the Wisconsin Amateur Field Trial Club (WAFTC).






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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Dec. 29, 2019 to Jan. 1, 2020.
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January 30, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss. George was a great Cop and Commander. I really enjoyed working for him and am sorry I was not able to attend his funeral. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Robin Griepentrog
January 27, 2020
I`m so sorry to hear of George passing. Please accept my condolences.

Dennis Eigenfeld
Dennis Eigenfeld
January 1, 2020
Dear Nan and family,
We are very saddened to hear of George's passing. He was a very caring man and wonderful neighbor, who always had a smile and kind word for everyone.
We will be thinking about you in the days to come, and praying for comfort and peace for your entire family.
George will be fondly remembered by many.
With Sincere Sympathy,
Al & Sue Druch & Family
Sue Druch
January 1, 2020
With my many associations with George, I always considered him a class act. He served his community and country very well. It was a pleasure knowing him. Ned L. Huwatschek Lac La Belle, Mi
Ned Huwatschek
January 1, 2020
Dear Nan and Family,

I had the pleasure of knowing George starting when he was a Sergeant working the late shift at District 6 and I was a Sergeant working the late shift at Greenfield PD.
We crossed paths many times during our careers and he was always the ultimate professional police officer and I am deeply sorry to hear of his passing.

Bill Tiegs
Lt Greenfield Police Dept (retired)
William Tiegs
January 1, 2020
I knew George from District #3E. He was a good supervisor and good man. My condolences to his family.
Ronald Koepke
December 31, 2019
Dear Nan - Sad to read about George's passing. I'd see him nightly when he would come into the Old Traffic Bureau (I worked Early Shift there) to use our xerox machine for his 700 line-ups. He was always pleasant to me. A nice man and a good officer and supervisor. Sending you loving thoughts. You are in my prayers.
Nancy Leknes
December 29, 2019
Nan, I was sorry to read about George this morning.
George was a great one. I was privileged to have known and worked with George at the MPD.
John Dandoy
December 29, 2019
Nan, our deepest sympathy to you and the family. We enjoyed working for and with George. He was a dedicated officer and leader. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

Erv and Patti Kraus
Lake Camelot, Rome WI
December 29, 2019
I had the privilege of working with George at the Third and on the Tactical Unit. George set a great example for his peers. He was well respected.

Rest in peace George. My condolences to Nan, and Georges family.
John Ferraro
December 28, 2019
Our deepest sympathy. Sending prayers to you Nan and your family. God Bless you ALL
Den & Jo Tiegs
December 28, 2019
Our deepest condolences Nan, George was a fine man, great policeman and leader. Had the privilige of working with him for many years. Jeanne and I will be praying for you.
Bill Hehr
December 28, 2019
Our condolences Nan, George was a fine man, policeman and leader. Worked with him for many years and had a great respect for him. Jeanne and I will be thinking and praying for you.
Bill Hehr
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