Donald J. Moungey
March 5, 1928 ó June 19, 2014
Donald J. Moungey was called home to his Lord and Savior on Thursday, June 19, 2014, at the age of 86. Donald J. Moungey was born on March 5, 1928, and was one of 10 children to parents John D. and Alma (nee Paske) Moungey of Portage.
Don proudly enlisted and served in the United States Army as a ranger. While stationed in Germany, he met and married his wife, Ann. Following his discharge in 1953, Don spent the majority of his adult life in the construction industry with his primary profession as owner and operator of Moungey Excavating. Don built golf courses, ponds and septic systems with the main focus of residential sites, as well as industrial and commercial projects. When Donís son Tyrone came of age they took pride in working together in partnership with help from Kim Hoeppner and Donís grandsons, Dylan, Jordan, Logan, Justin, Nick and P.J. Don loved the outdoors, and was a disciplined hunter, fisherman and fisher of men.
Don was devout Christian and a longtime member of Watertown Assemblies of God. Don was a strong man of faith, and had a love for his fellow man. He was ďborn againĒ under the ministry of Oral Roberts in 1958. Donís greatest affection was reserved for his family.
He was the loving and devoted husband of Ann (nee Litzl) Moungey for 60 years; loving father of Rita (Jeffrey) Winter of Merrill, Donna (Howard) Tate of Tahlequah, Okla., and Tyrone Moungey of Oconomowoc; proud papa of Patricia (Shawn) White, Adrienne, Dylan and Danielle Winter, Connor Tate, Aradine (Justin) Finch, Tianah Moungey (fiancť Nick Schuett) and Jordan and Logan Mounge; loving great-papa of Isaac and Gaven White, and Tiayluccia, Atraya and Xolan Finch; and dear brother of Pearl (late Ronnie) Schroeder of Richwood, Wayne (Barb) Moungey of Arlington and Patti (Larry) Zastrow) of Helenville. Don is further survived by his sister-in-law Violet Moungey of Juneau, brother-in-law Charlie Zielke of Reeseville, former daughter-in-law Lori Harenda, and nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
A memorial visitation will be held on Wednesday, July 2, from 1PM until celebration of Donís life at 2PM at Crosspoint Community Church, W380-N6931 N. Lake Road (Highway 67 North), Oconomowoc.