Greg Wendorff, age 48, of Horicon, passed away unexpectedly, Saturday, June 2, 2012.
Greg was born May 12, 1964 in Hartford to Clarence and Virginia (Musack) Wendorff. He was united in marriage to Carmel Klink on April 23, 1988 at St. John's in Rubicon.
Greg was a beloved husband, father, son, and brother. He worked in the family business for over 30 years. Greg especially loved spending time with his family and friends, and loved being involved at St. Stephen's church and school. He enjoyed trap shooting, snowmobiling, and his snowmobile meeting with his friends.
He is survived by his loving wife Carmel; his sons Trenton and Tyler Wendorff; his mother Virginia Wendorff; his siblings Clarence Jr. (Darlene)Wendorff, Don (Carolyn) Wendorff, Gary (Marion) Wendorff, Gene (Kathi) Wendorff, Lynn (David) Riese, Cheryl (Rick) Alexander, Terry (Laura) Wendorff, Robin Wendorff, Brian (Michelle) Wendorff, Scott (Jaclyn) Wendorff; his mother and father-in-law Quirin (Monica) Klink; his brothers and sisters-in-law Brian (Ann) Tunak, Sharon (Clarence) Feucht, Florette (Rich) Hoebel, Barb (Fran) Ojstrsek, Maggie Falkenstein, Mike Klink, Louise (Rich) Hansen, Keith Klink, Maureen (Ben) Beine, Kevin Klink (friend Judy) Quirin (Korie) Klink, Greg (Ema) Klink, Ann (Victor) Scarpita, and Chuck (Loran) Klink. He is further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Greg was preceded in death by his father Clarence Wendorff, brothers Chester and Charles (Patricia) Wendorff and their sons Mark and Tom, sister Heidi Tunak, sisters-in-law Katherine "Kit" Wendorff, and his brothers-in-law Allan Klink and Gary Falkenstein.
Funeral services for Greg will be held on Friday, June 8, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, corner of Hwy 28 and Ellsworth Street, Horicon with Pastor Daniel Seehafer officiating. Family will greet relatives and friends on Friday at the church from 2:00 - 7:00 p.m.
A private interment will be at Oak Hill Cemetery, Horicon with committal services by Pastor Daniel Seehafer. A special prayer will be offered by Carmel's uncle Fr. Tony Klink.
Memorials to the St. Stephen's School computer fund are appreciated.