Harvey C. Quandt
Harvey C. Quandt, 65, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2009, at Kathy Hospice.
Harvey was born on Oct. 10, 1944, to Edward and Lydia (nee Junghans) Quandt. He graduated from Garden Holmes Lutheran Grade School in 1958, attended Wisconsin Lutheran High School from 1958 to 1963 and Devry Technical Institute in 1962. A Vietnam veteran, Harvey was enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, specializing in explosive ordinance and munitions from 1963 to 1969. He married Berangere "Brigitte" (nee Cuvillier) on Sept. 10, 1966, in France and later went on to have two children, Christine and Jonathan. Harvey was a master electrician and worked at Bethkey Electronics from 1969 to 1976, Pick Automotive from 1976 to 1987, and St. Joseph’s Hospital in West Bend from 1987 to 2009.
Harvey is survived by his wife, Berangere "Brigitte;" daughter, Christine; and son, Jonathan. He is further survived by his beloved sisters, Lois (Dr. Merlin) Rehm, Marion (Schroeder), Alyce Berghower, Phyllis (Joseph) Orth; nieces and nephews, Ted and Christian Rehm, Ronald, Donald and Sue Schroeder, Amanda and Andrea Bergbower, Dean and Danny Berget, Dawn (Mark) Maloney, and Nathan, Joey and Lisa Orth; as well as many other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
Harvey is preceded in death by his parents, Edward F. and Lydia M. Quandt; father-law, Maurice Cuvillier; mother-in-law, Isabelle (nee Jacquot) Cuvillier; and brother-in-law, Harlow Schroeder.
Funeral services for Harvey were held on Sunday, Jan. 3, 2010, at Phillip Funeral Home in West Bend.
On behalf of my mother, Berangere "Brigitte," and my sister, Christine, I would like to thank all the staff at St. Joseph’s Hospital in West Bend for the care and compassion that was given to my father. Whether direct or indirect, your daily job duties did not go unnoticed. We noticed and really appreciated your routine and mundane work activities and job duties that you completed so well. From the janitor removing the trash to the doctor giving the examination, your efforts helped with the quality and comfort that my dad had in his final hour. My father worked at this hospital for 22 years and appreciated all the fellow employees he worked with throughout the years. Long ago, he once told me, as he smiled, that the only way he was going to leave here is if he was lead away on a team of white horses. I believe he was granted this request. Thank you to the employees of St. Joseph’s Hospital and the Kathy Hospice.
The Phillip Funeral Home of West Bend is assisting the family. www.phillipfuneralhome.com.