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Wiesner, Brett Valenciano Passed to Our Father July 5, 2014, at the age of 31. Brett is survived by his mother, Linda, father, Francis, and his older sister, Rachel, his aunt Bonnie (Bob) Sheldon, uncles Mike, Tom, John, Joseph Wiesner and aunt Marianne (Ron) Wachowiak. Also remembered by many cousins, friends and teammates. Brett is preceded in death by his uncle Renard Valenciano. Brett excelled in soccer from an early age, being selected to the Olympic Development Program. He played in many countries at each level of the ODP ages U-13-U-20. In his senior year at Brookfield East High School he was selected Wisconsin Gatorade Player of the Year 2001, as well being selected a Parade All American player 2001. He received a full soccer scholarship to the University of Washington where he excelled in the Pac 10 conference. He signed on to the Seattle Sounders after graduation, and then was recruited to the Milwaukee Wave where he competed for a number of years. He played on the USA Futsol team in the 2008 World Cup of Futsol in Brazil under Coach Tozer. Following his active professional career in soccer he has coached at North Shore United and most recently at the Brookfield Soccer Association, where his soccer career got its start. Brett was passionate about soccer; coaching, interacting with soccer players of all levels, and helping develop the soccer potential in all the players he worked with. Brett was a loving, sensitive, son. His smile would light up a room. His many friends shared that he was just so competitive in everything he did. Brett helped those he could with support and kindness. Donated his long thick locks of hair numerous times to "Locks of Love" and did many appearances at the State Fair and at Children's Hospital as a professional player. Brett will be sorely missed. His wit, quick retorts on texts, and artistic postings on "Instagrams" were appreciated by many of his friends. His love of life, passion for competing, and sensitive kindness will be remembered forever. His love of his cousins and relatives was genuine and he so loved to play with the younger generations. Brett, we will miss you. You have left a hole in our lives and a hurt in our heart. Beyond your skills and awards, you were a truly beautiful person. We thank God for the years we had with you. May you rest in Peace. Visitation will be held at the Funeral Home on Monday, July 14, 2014 from 2 to 7 PM. Mass of Christian burial 11 AM, Saturday, July 19, and interment to follow at St. Bonifacius Church, St. Bonifacius, MN. Memorials appreciated. "He left it all on the field"

Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from July 9 to July 13, 2014
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