Kenneth L. Przybylski, 71
Kenneth L. Przybylski, 71, passed away
peacefully on Monday, Jan. 16, 2012 after a heart attack. He was born in
Milwaukee on Oct. 29, 1940 to George G. and Bertha C. (Vanderlinde)
Przybylski. Kenny graduated from Pulaski High School in Milwaukee in 1958.
He served his country in the Air Force as a communications operator and
was honorably discharged in August 1964. After his service was completed
he was employed at Teledyne Wisconsin Motors for many years then went to
work at Sears and Fiserv. After his retirement he worked part-time for
Paradise Car Wash and Lakeside International Trucking in West Bend.
On Oct. 31, 1964 he married Sandra L. Amidon at Our Lady of Lourdes in
Milwaukee. Kenny played fastpitch softball in the service and with the
Teledyne company team. Kenny and Sandy were very active in all their kids’
activities: He was the bus driver for the Golden Eagle, Sabrettes and
Basilicas Twirling Corps, and the Thunderbolts and Pioneer Drum and Bugle
Corps. He was a Greenfield Little League manager and very active with the
SHAW hockey league.
Kenny had a great sense of humor. He loved to kid around with everyone he
met, especially his grandchildren. Kenny spent many hours enjoying all of
his kids and grandkids sporting events and also Packers, Brewers and
Badgers games. He enjoyed traveling with his family and friends all around
the United States.
Kenny enjoyed spending his free time at his cabin in Crivitz. He spent as
much time at his second home hunting, boating and the camaraderie with his
adopted family, the Wietings, in Crivitz. He also enjoyed golf, bowling
and playing sheepshead with the gang in West Bend.
Kenny is survived by his two children, Cindy (Paul) Skora and Jim (Erin)
Przybylski, his two grandchildren Katie and Mike Skora, his sister-in-law
Lanna (Bruce) Lape and his best friend for years, Bev Shepro.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Sandra and his brother
The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at Froedtert Cardiac
ICU for all their efforts and support.
Funeral services will be held at Max A. Sass & Sons, 4747 S. 60th St.,
Greenfield on Saturday, Jan. 21. Family and friends may visit from 9:30-11
a.m. A service will be held at the funeral home after visitation. Burial
will follow at St. Adalbert Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Heart
Association in Kenny’s memory.
Please sign the online guest book for Kenny at