Norman A. Wierer
1942 - 2021
BORN
1942
DIED
2021
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Sonnenburg Family Funeral Home Inc
801 E Monowau
Tomah, WI
Norman A. Wierer
Born: November 19, 1942 in Woodstock, IL
Died: June 4, 2021 in Tomah, WI
NORMAN AUGUST WIERER 1st
Age 78, passed away peacefully in the home of his daughter Friday June 4th in the morning, where he was residing at in Tomah WI. He formally lived in Woodstock Illinois.
Norm was born Nov 19th, 1942, in Palatine Illinois. Preceded in death by mom Viola c. Nielsen, dad William Wierer, and stepdad Melvin Nielsen. Norm was all about hardworking, family and living life to its fullest. Norman was a great spouse, dad, grandpa, great grandpa, uncle, cousin, and friend. He would do anything for his family. He beat cancer and other health issues and surgeries, but Dementia took over and wore him down.
Norm is survived by his ex-wife/soul mate Melene Kemmerling, 2 children Wendy Spori & Norman Wierer 2nd, 6 grandchildren - Heather, Dane, Shane, Felicity, Matthias, and Anita. Plus, his 13 great grandchildren. He was raised with 5 siblings - Larry, Barbara, Diane, Roland, and Bill.
Norm had a strong passion in doing his wood working, country music and dancing. Family events and gatherings, amusement parks, camping, and playing horseshoes. All in all, he lived life to the fullest and never gave up. He taught us kids respect, love, hard work, and helping others will get you far.
Family will be having celebration of life and blessing of the ashes as requested by deceased. On June 20th, 2021, at 1130am at daughter's home. This is the perfect day cause its Father's Day. Any further information contact Wendy at [email protected]
The Sonnenburg Family Funeral Home is assisting the family. Online condolences can be offered by visiting www.sonnenburgfamilyfh.com
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Published by Northwest Herald from Jun. 10 to Jun. 11, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Jun
20
Celebration of Life
11:30a.m.
daughter's home
, WI
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I will remember Norm forever. He was great, funny and kind. We had so much fun. It is hard to believe he is gone. I will miss him.
Marilynn Wienke
Friend
July 14, 2021
Norm was a good man, with a kind heart. I worked with him at Prairie Grove and appreciated his tolerance of my stupid jokes.
Larry Dellheim
Work
June 13, 2021
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