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Harlyn Henry Weichbrodt

March 30, 1928 - February 1, 2012
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Harlyn Henry Weichbrodt, 83, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Wednesday, February 1, 2012. He was born on March 30, 1928 to Earl and Emma Weichbrodt. He lived in Horicon his entire life. Harlyn married Beverly Lentz on April 16, 1966 at Bethel Tabernacle in Milwaukee. Harlyn found his overflowing joy forContinue Reading

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Laura Grant left a message on March 23, 2013:
I am saddened by the loss. It feels like your family has been my family over the last 40 years. I will always remember sitting with Amy at his store after school. Great man & great family. Thanks for all the memories.
Greg & Dana Matter left a message on February 10, 2013:
Just wanted to know that we''re thinking of all of you. We hope that time has healed some of the sorrow. I can still picture Harlan in his coveralls working in his garden "up the hill" :)
Greg & Dana Matter left a message on February 10, 2013:
Just wanted to know that we''re thinking of all of you. We hope that time has healed some of the sorrow. I can still picture Harlan in his coveralls working in his garden "up the hill" :)
ROBERT G SHARKEY left a message on February 6, 2012:
to the Weichbrdt family!! there are no words that can add to or lessen the sadness you must be feeling. I knew Harlyn for more years than I can recall and we were friends to each other. I want you to know that Harlyn was one of most cooperative bell ringers for the Salvation Army''s Red Kettle campaigns in our fine City of Horicon. He was extremely apologetic when he told me could long stand in the cold and on the cold concrete. Whenever I put out the red kettles, I will certainly think about Harlyn and his smiling face. He will be sorely missed by many of his friends. RG SHARKEY
ROBERT G SHARKEY left a message on February 6, 2012:
to the Weichbrdt family!! there are no words that can add to or lessen the sadness you must be feeling. I knew Harlyn for more years than I can recall and we were friends to each other. I want you to know that Harlyn was one of most cooperative bell ringers for the Salvation Army''s Red Kettle campaigns in our fine City of Horicon. He was extremely apologetic when he told me could long stand in the cold and on the cold concrete. Whenever I put out the red kettles, I will certainly think about Harlyn and his smiling face. He will be sorely missed by many of his friends. RG SHARKEY
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Greg & Dana Matter left a message on February 4, 2012:
I just realized I forgot to type Linda as well. Must be getting old. Our thoughts are with all of you.
Greg & Dana Matter left a message on February 4, 2012:
Our thoughts and condolences are with you Bev, Diane and Dale. I won''t ever forget living "down the hill" from the Weichbrodt''s. I could always count on Harlan being out in his garden working diligently. And, how he''d always let us sneak an apple from his trees. We wish all of you peace. Greg & Dana Matter
Greg & Dana Matter left a message on February 4, 2012:
I just realized I forgot to type Linda as well. Must be getting old. Our thoughts are with all of you.
Greg & Dana Matter left a message on February 4, 2012:
Our thoughts and condolences are with you Bev, Diane and Dale. I won''t ever forget living "down the hill" from the Weichbrodt''s. I could always count on Harlan being out in his garden working diligently. And, how he''d always let us sneak an apple from his trees. We wish all of you peace. Greg & Dana Matter
cathy kuehl left a message on February 3, 2012:
i was very saddened to see harlyns picture in the paper (online). i never knew his name or his story but our encounters at the ice cream station were always very pleasant he had a ready smile and i thoroughly enjoyed being part of and observing his interaction with the children he brought in. it was just ''nice''. i''m sure the kids learned valuable lessons from him that they will not forget. i think i did too... cathy kuehl, owner at horicon ice cream station
cathy kuehl left a message on February 3, 2012:
i was very saddened to see harlyns picture in the paper (online). i never knew his name or his story but our encounters at the ice cream station were always very pleasant he had a ready smile and i thoroughly enjoyed being part of and observing his interaction with the children he brought in. it was just ''nice''. i''m sure the kids learned valuable lessons from him that they will not forget. i think i did too... cathy kuehl, owner at horicon ice cream station
Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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