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“Linda, always remember the good times the four of us had the last two summers - camping, shows, dinners together and lots of laughter. Your know you...Read More »
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“I too am sorry to hear of Neil's passing although our encounter was brief, I did enjoy working with Neil. He seemed to have a calm, collected...Read More »
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“Dear Linda, You do not know me, but I was so touched by your letter I just had to write. Nine months ago my husband of 36 years, Bill (age 59)...Read More »
3 of 5 | Posted by: Linda Fowles - Green Bay, WI

““The noise of the moment scoffs at the music of the eternal.” In loving memory of Neil Anderson (1947-2012) With tender care you packed...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Narelle Marie McDonald

“Linda and family, Even though we never met Neil, we are sure he was a wonderful man and will surely be missed by all. We are sorry for your loss...Read More »
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Neil J. Anderson, age 64, died on Saturday July 28, 2012 at St. Luke's Hospital in Milwaukee.He was born on October 1, 1947 in Milwaukee, WI and was the son of Serena E. (Hackelberg) and John P Anderson. Neil was the second youngest of the 32 grandchildren of Peter and Blenda Anderson Oconto Falls, WI. Maternal Grandparents were Erling and Tilla Hackelberg, Marinette WI Upon the early death of his parents (John in 1951 and Serena in 1961), Neil lived with several loving relatives in Marinette WI, Oconto Falls WI and Wheaton IL. While living in Wheaton with Lambert & Doris Anderson and "siblings" Carl, Bert & Betsy, he graduated from Wheaton High School in 1965.Neil studied Engineering at Flint Junior College, Flint, Michigan, where he met his first wife Jerol (Mack) Riesch. They married on March 11, 1967 and had two daughters. They resided in Glen Ellyn, Illinois and he worked as a draftsman and machinist at Rapistan in Oak Brook, Illinois. The family moved to the Madison WI area in 1979, Neil worked as a Sr. Design Engineer at Madison Kipp Lubricator Corporation. They divorced in 1981.He met his soul mate at Madison Kipp in 1983 and they married in Port Washington 1/14/1999. Neil was employed as a Sr. Designer and IT Manager at Garden Way/Bolens Port Washington followed by the Gehl Corporation West Bend until his retirement in 2009.Survivors include his wife, Linda (Kuemmel) Anderson, Port Washington, Daughters: Darcy Anderson Cambridge WI, Marnie (Larry) Trainor, Belleair FL, Nicole (Luke) Wagner, Waukesha WI, Son: Chris Schoenemann, Port Washington WI, Grandchildren: Julia, Brooke, Corinne, Lindsey, Carli, Matthew, Hannah, Eli, Brother: Dale, Green Bay, Nephews: Chris, Eric, Andy, Rob, Sam, Linus, Nieces: Carmen, Michelle, Carrie, Jennifer, Kristin, Amy; many cousins & other family and a tremendous amount of friends.Visitation to be held Saturday August 4th from 9 am to 11 am at Tuschen Newcomer Funeral Home, 302 Columbus St. Sun Prairie, WI. A funeral Mass will follow at 11:30 am across the street at Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary, 227 Columbus Street with Msgr Duane Moellenberndt officiating. A Celebration of Life Luncheon will immediately follow in the lower level of the church.
"My dearest friend & husband, the perfect man I totally adored passed from this world at 4:48 pm Saturday 7/28/2011. We have been so blessed to be together 24/7 for nearly 30 years. His spirit never wavered these last 6 months while his body struggled every day. Never a complaint, always pushing to work harder at his recovery with a smile on his face. He changed the lives of anyone along the path. I was always amazed to be the one loved by this gentleman who spoiled me each day of my life. Bless you sweetheart. Thank you for your love & our life together. I am yours forever."
Tuschen-Newcomer Funeral & Cremation
Sun Prairie, WI 608-837-5400
www.newcomerfh.com

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