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.Jerry (Gerald) Strehlow.

Collected and contributed by:  Bill Fonferek

. February 8, 2012  .
Green Bay Press-Gazette .

Jerry (Gerald) Strehlow, 64, Pulaski, died Sunday evening, February 5, 2012
at a Green Bay hospital following a long battle with AML. The son of the
late Louis and Emma (Guelker) Strehlow was born October 20, 1947 in the town
of How in Oconto County.

He was a US Army Veteran and served his country in Vietnam. On June 26, 1970
he married Mary Katch in Green Bay. The couple resided in Pulaski. Jerry had
been employed at De Pere Foundry until his illness. He loved his family and
especially enjoyed taking his children and grandchildren camping, fishing,
and hunting. He will be deeply and forever missed.

Jerry is survived by his wife, Mary; three children, Tammy (Scott) Nachtwey,
Seymour; Craig (Sue) Strehlow, Green Bay; Kari (Brian) Ambrosius, Pulaski;
his grandchildren, Abby and Haylee Nachtwey; Max and Mikayla Strehlow;
Kaiden Frisch and Braxton Ambrosius; one brother, Stan (Leila) Strehlow,
Michigan; one sister, Donna (Oz) Schneider, Green Bay; and his
mother-in-law, Marion Katch, Seymour. He is further survived by Mary's
family; Darlene (Don) Egnarski, Pulaski; Dale (Jean) Katch, Seymour; Dianne
(Ray) Gronski, Pulaski; Dave (Sue) Katch, Seymour; Bobby Katch, Appleton;
Jerry (Kathy) Katch, Elcho; Debbie (Steve) Buschel, Elcho; Danny (Renee)
Katch, Freedom; Steve (Pat) Katch, Appleton; Sandy Hendzel, Seymour; "UGLY"
Nancy (Fred) Liesgang, Seymour, many nieces and nephews, other relatives and
friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; his father-in-law, Robert
Katch; and a sister-in-law, Bev Katch.

Friends may call at Marnocha Funeral Home, Pulaski, from 4-7p.m. Friday. The
visitation continues after 9:30a.m. Saturday at Assumption B.V.M. Church,
124 E. Pulaski St, Pulaski. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:30a.m.
Saturday at the church, Fr. Finian Zaucha, O.F.M. presiding, followed by
full military honors by the Pulaski Area Veterans. Burial will take place in
the parish cemetery.

The family would like to thank the entire staff of Green Bay Oncology and
everyone at St. Mary's Hospital, 3rd Floor for their wonderful care, help,
and support.

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