Glenn R. Nettesheim
June 29, 1955 — June 25, 2014
Glenn R. Nettesheim entered into the loving arms of Jesus on Wednesday, June 25, 2014, at the age of 58 after a courageous battle against cancer.
He was the loving and precious husband of Diana (nee Crater); beloved son of Bill and Alice Nettesheim; cherished sonin- law of Gilbert and Dorothy Mackey; dear brother of Terry (Rick) Helman, Colleen (Mark) Hoover, Allan, Dean (Debbie), Kathy (Rick) Boerst, Jill (Paul) Pichler, Lisa (Randy) Heinritz, David (Francine), Gary (Wanda), Nancy (Geno) Kasprzak, Laure (Mark) Schwalbe, Diane (Tony) Nienas and Kari (Jamie) Bloedow; proud stepfather of Kelly (Robert) Cornett and Papa Glenn to grandchildren Dallas and Ella; beloved brother-in-law of Jacqueline (Michael) Wells and Richard Crater; dear stepbrother- in-law of Susan Mackey (Ron Snyder), Jerry Mackey, Karen (Ron) Seveska and Janet (Michael) Driscoll. He was the loving nephew of Betty and Douglas Johns and Robert Nettesheim and is further survived by many loving nieces, nephews, godchildren, cousins, other relatives and countless dear friends. He was preceded in death by his sister Patty; grandparents Lance and Doretta Nettesheim and Clarence and Myra Kannenberg; nephew Jason Adams; and sister-in-law Patricia Buirge.
In the words of Glenn’s mother and father: “We were blessed and comforted by Glenn’s beautiful faith which never wavered as he looked to the Lord with thankfulness for every day and prayed for peace and healing as he said his rosary. He was so good to us and to everyone he knew. Glenn’s sister Patty passed away 29 years ago and Glenn joined her in heaven on her birthday.
On the night of his passing, Glenn was being awarded the Ray Klink President’s Award from the Land O’ Lakes Baseball Association in recognition for 27 years of playing and managing the Pewaukee Muskies.”
Glenn gave 34 years of dedication to his position as manager of accounting and payroll at Milwaukee Transport Services, Inc. and he made many close friends over the years.
Glenn treasured his wife, family and friends. He was also a true outdoorsman who loved golfing, hunting and rooting for his Wisconsin Badgers, Brewers and Packers.
“The memory of your beautiful smile, blue eyes and kind genuine heart will be with us until we are together again.”
God Bless You our precious Glenn, Your loving wife and family
Visitation will take place on Wednesday, July 2, from 3 PM until time of Mass of Christian Burial at 6 PM at Queen of Apostles Catholic Church; N35-W23360 Capitol Drive, City of Pewaukee. A private burial will take place at a later date at Forest Hill Cemetery in Pewaukee.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, the Make a Wish Foundation or charity of your choice are appreciated.
Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Services in Menomonee Falls is serving the family. For more information, call 262-251-3630 or visit online at www.schmidtandbartelt.com.