God called home His child Harold C. Brieman on Sunday, July 13, 2014 at Matthews of Horicon, Horicon, WI. The family would like to give a special thanks to Matthews of Horicon and the staff for their wonderful care for the past 4-1/2 years. Harold was born the son of Carl and Ada (Kuntz) Brieman on September 30, 1923 in Beaver Dam. He was a graduate of Juneau High School. He attended Wayland Academy in Beaver Dam, and then was recruited into the Air Force where he served for two years. He was training to be a fighter pilot, and had almost completed his training when WWII ended. Harold was united in marriage to Elizabeth J. Gahlman on November 30, 1946 in Juneau, WI. Harold lived his entire life in Juneau. He was co-owner of the Juneau Boiler Works for many years, and also worked at Kant Lumber Company until his retirement. He was a member of Sacred Heart Parish in Horicon and was an active member of the Juneau Lions Club. Harold was an avid golfer and fisherman, and also enjoyed playing bridge. His children and grandchildren will always lovingly remember his caring support and his wonderful sense of humor. Harold is survived by his children- Dr. Mark (Cheryl) Brieman of Fox Lake, Barbara (Dr. Art) Rein of Waterford, and Kay Nell of Ripon; 10 grandchildren- Tricia Nell, Drew (Petra) Brieman, Tara Brieman, Chase (Stacy) Brieman, Cole Brieman, Chelsea Brieman, Rebecca Wiedmeyer, Renee Wiedmeyer, Kimberly (Chris) Podbregar, and Dr. Kerri Wiedmeyer; 3 great grandchildren- Christian, Savanna, and Carter; and many loving and supportive in-laws, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Harold was preceded in death by his wife Elizabeth in 2010 and one brother Carl. A memorial service will be held on Friday, August 1st at 11:00 a.m. at Koepsell Funeral Home in Beaver Dam with the Rev. Mike Petrie officiating. A visitation will also be held on Friday, August 1st from 10:00 – 11:00 at the funeral home. Military rites will be conducted by the Juneau American Legion Post #15. Memorials may be directed to Sacred Heart Parish in Horicon.