Alvin A. Rudy
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Alvin A. Rudy

Polish-hopped his way into Heaven to reunite with his dance partner and wife of 67 years, Arlene, on June 25, 2020. Beloved father of Michael (Sue), Don (Marjorie), and Linda (Al) Rogers. Loving grandfather of Mindy (Tim) Farrell, Nick (Thoa) Rudy, Jay Rudy, Dustin (Lindsay) Rogers, Jason (Kelsey) Rogers, and Sami Rogers. Great-grandfather of Rebekha, Uriel, Logan, Tucker, and Nick Jr. Brother-in-law of Dolores Rudy. Further survived by other family and friends. Alvin was a proud veteran of the U.S. Army, where he served as a paratrooper. He was a 60 year member of IBEW Local 494 and a member of the Polka Boosters. Visitation will be Thursday at Schaff Funeral Home 9:30 AM until 10:30 AM. Mass of Christian Burial will be held Thursday at St. Matthias Church (S. 93rd & W. Beloit Rd.)11:00 AM, please meet at the church. Interment St. Matthias Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Down's Syndrome Association of WI or HAWS of Waukesha appreciated.

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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Jun. 30 to Jul. 1, 2020.
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July 2, 2020
Alvin lives on in all your hearts, hes only a whisper away . . . My deepest sympathy to all his family and friends
Candy Caruso
July 2, 2020
Dear Michael, Don, and Linda:

Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss! Our families have had wonderful times meeting with your parents, when they were visiting us in Hong Kong and traveling with us to various neighboring countries. The Rudy and Tsui families have been closely tied, although we are living far apart. Whiling seeing Alvin reunited with Arlene, we hope that our families will see you folks sometime, somewhere, very soon! The Rudy families will always be in our prayers.

Wai Tsui

Tsui Family
July 2, 2020
I knew Al very briefly as my Neighbors (Don & Marjorie) Father, we shared a discussion or 2 as well as countless jokes when he visited Las Vegas.
In that brief time, I was welcomed into his family and still feel a part due to his kindness in abundance.
Thank you Don & Marjorie for bringing him in all our lives
He will be dearly missed as we miss your loving Mother also
Paul Stefani
July 1, 2020
Words cannot express the sadness in my heart when you decided to leave so unexpectedly. There were many more birthday casino trips to take, many more containers of soup to share, many more Whats App phone calls to make and many more bottles of that special hooch to drink.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all these & other memories we've made over the years. I sure am one lucky lady to have been able to call you my uncle, my godfather and my birthday buddy. Hope you & Aunt Arlene are dancing up a storm once again. Love you, always!
Sandy (Rudy) Hoffmann
July 1, 2020
I remember the trips youre parents made up north to the farm in Pulaski. My parents enjoyed the visits with yours. Although I was young your dad was always happy and fun. They are all reunited in heaven. Parents Stanley and Irene Rudzinski. My sympathy.
Donna Rudzinski
July 1, 2020
Don, Marjorie, Mike, Linda, and families. Our condolences and sympathy on the loss of your father. It is hard to look forward and imagine future without someone that was so much in the past. We know that his spirit will continue. I remember as a boy and teenager that your dad trusted us and facilitated many of our adventures, and saved our butts a time or two as well. We will drink a toast to him here. Joe (Sepp) and Rose Abt
Joseph and Rose Abt
July 1, 2020
I will miss our Sunday talks. Love you Dad!
June 30, 2020
We will miss you dearly Grandpa. Thank you for always being there for us no matter what was happening. I hope the fishing and dancing are even better on the other side.
Jason Rogers
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