Green Bay - Todd Cayer of Green Bay
Born December 6, 1936
Married Shirley Koronkowski September 2, 1961
Todd acquired two Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Wisconsin Madison in 1962, one in Civil Engineering and a second in Commerce Light Building. He was a Lifetime Member of the University of Wisconsin Alumni Association.
In March of 1962 Todd started his career as a staff engineer in the Construction Grants Program, authorized under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, which later became the Clean Water Act. His 35- year career in administration and management of the Clean Water Act Programs in the Region 5 office (Great Lakes Area) of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Chicago was recognized with numerous awards including the Agency's highest, the Gold medal for Exceptional Service. He also received the Distinguished Career Award when he retired in 1997.
He then returned to Green Bay and became a regular at the Duplicate Bridge groups at the Senior Centers in Green Bay (where he served as director) and De Pere. He was a member of The Green Bay Area Retired Men's Club.
Survivors include his wife Shirley; two children, Jennifer (Greg Stebbins) of Ashwaubenon, and Brett (Tammy) of Lake St. Louis, Missouri; two grandsons, Travis and Zachary, both of St. Louis, Missouri; one sister, Linda Cayer of Madison, Wisconsin; two brothers-in-law, Chuck Koronkowski of Lake Village, Indiana, and Len Koronkowski of Hammond, Indiana; six nephews Pat (Jean) Dunks of New Berlin, Wisconsin, Steve Dunks of Suamico, Wisconsin, Chuck Koronkowski Jr. (Monica) of Sandy, Utah, Tom Koronkowski (Teri) of Kankakee, Illinois, Joe Koronkowski (Theryl Newland) of Urbana, Illinois, Bern (Roberta) Koronkowski of Campus, Illinois; one niece Karen Koronkowski of Chicago; and many grand nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been established in Todd's name.
To support Todd's passion for the environment, please recycle. "There is no such thing as away; when we throw anything away it must go somewhere." - Annie Leonard
Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos may be shared on his tribute page at www.Lyndahl.com
To plant trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store
Published by Green Bay Press-Gazette from May 13 to May 16, 2021.