Michael Louis Senglaub

Funeral services will be held for Michael Louis Senglaub at 7 p.m. on July 5 at St. Francis Borgia Catholic Church North (1375 Covered Bridge Road) in Cedarburg.

Michael was born to eternal life on Saturday, June 30, 2007 at the age of 70.

Visitation will be at the church on Thursday, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., prior to the funeral service.

Private family interment will take place at St. Bruno Catholic Cemetery in Dousman.

Mueller Funeral Home in Cedarburg is serving the family.

Michael L. Senglaub was born on Sept. 27, 1936 in Milwaukee, son of Oswald and Marie (nee Rodenkirch) Senglaub.

Mike was president of Senglaub Financial Group, which will continue under the guidance of his three sons.

Mike either ran, assisted or volunteered his time, energy and talents to support the Roman Catholic Archdiocese and the churches throughout the state, as well as the food pantries, homeless shelters, the Marian Shrine, St. Philomena Shrine, Holy Hill Basilica, Repairs of the Breach and the women’s battered shelters, Men of Christ, Relevant Radio, the St. Francis Rosary Group, numerous Eucharistic Adorations and Medjugorje pilgrimages, Opus Dei and recently the Knights of Divine Mercy.

Mike was quite the athlete; he ran cross country and track for Marquette University High School as well as Marquette University, competing with our Olympians.

He was invited to the Olympics in the steeplechase and asked to try out for the Milwaukee Braves.

He was an avid hunter and loved nature, planting many hundreds of thousands of trees annually over the past 34 years.

Mike overcame pros-tate cancer in 2002 but succumbed to heart difficulties this past week.

Mike is survived by his wife Doris (nee Voegeli); his children Jill (Scott) Sievers, Jeff (Deb), Jim, Joe (Elizabeth) and Julie (the late John) Matt; grandchildren Christy, Jessica, Melissa, Mich-ael, Alex and Kyle; and sisters Faye (Fred) Middendorf and Sister Mary Senglaub, O.S.F.

He is further survived by other relatives and friends, and Ruby his special four-legged friend and faithful hunting companion.

Mike was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Joe Senglaub.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are welcome for Repairers of the Breach, 1335 W. Vliet Street; P.O. Box 13791; Milwaukee, WI 53213, or Masses of Intention for St. Francis Borgia Catholic Church, where they are very much appreciated.

For online condolences, please visit www.muellerfuneralhome .com.