Michael John Hollweck

August 30, 1956 - February 10, 2009
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Michael J. Hollweck, age 52, formerly of Juneau, died on Tuesday, February 10, 2009, at his home in Friendship. The visitation will be on Sunday, February 15, 2009 at Murray Funeral Home in Horicon from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM. The funeral service will follow on Sunday at the funeral home with John Burgbacher officiating.Continue Reading

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Gretchen & Tom (Pooper) Pouchert left a message on February 15, 2009:
Our sincere sympathy comes with this message. We both were blessed to have known and worked with Mike at Quad. He was truely a wonderful and loving friend. I have heard so many stories from everyone about how he put himself out there for them. I and Tom also feel that way. He was such a proud father and wasn''t afraid to shout it to the world. He would share how the wrestling team was doing and demonstrate some of their moves. He shared all the prep for Missy''s wedding and the photos afterward. He shared how he sometimes butted heads with the kids because he didn''t want them to make the mistakes he''d learned from. But, no matter what, his love came shining through. He also absolutely adored his "Dolly", you were his rock. He just lit up whenever he talked about you. His family was the reason for all of his hard work. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May God give you comfort. Tom & Gretch
Cheyenne Vogt, and parents Teri & Tom Vogt left a message on February 15, 2009:
To Steve and the family of Mr. Hollweck, We are sorry to hear about the death of your father. Cheyenne is a former classmate of Steve from Dodgeland and was planning on coming to the funeral but was unable to attend. Tom and I knew of Mr. Hollweck, but did not really know him. We would like to send condolences to your entire family in this difficult time. Sincerely, Cheyenne, Tom & Teri Vogt and Nicole
Todd Ruminski left a message on February 14, 2009:
Please accept my condolence for your loss. Mike had alot of good stories to share especially fishing and wrestling. I''ll never forget when he came to work after the badger state games. WOW. I know he loved his kids and his " dolly " Leanne. remember the good times. Todd Ruminski Todd Ruminski
Jim Cardo left a message on February 13, 2009:
My sympathies to Mikes family. I enjoyed many years of working with Mike and playing softball in the Quad league with him. No one could quite play third base like him. Its been quite awhile since we were together doing that. He had a strong work ethic and was a good guy. I''m glad I had the opportunity to get to know him. Take care, Jim Cardo
Randall Ware left a message on February 13, 2009:
My condolences go to Mike''s family, I had a great time working with him in the pressroom, and remember the talks we had in the locker room after work. It''s nice to know he got his dream house, I only wish he would have had more time to enjoy it with you. May God bless Randy Ware
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Butch & Donna Chase left a message on February 13, 2009:
Our sincere sympathies to the family. If there should be anything you need help with now or in the future, we will be there for you. Butch & Donna
Lou Rodriguez left a message on February 12, 2009:
My condolences go out to Mike''s family. I had a good time working with him in the press room at Quad. We had allot of laughs and good times. May he rest in peace. God Bless, LouRod
Chris & Serene & Jordan & Jaxon left a message on February 12, 2009:
Loss unbearable as it feels: but an inner peace of how they sleep; a life we do not keep. Leann, when I think of the 4 years of wrestling with your family, I have only one word I feel best describes Mike to us, PRIDE, in you, his children. His energy, his talks of encouragement with Jordan, he was there for all of the Dodgeland wrestling team, the kidding around with Jaxon, the talks with Chris. Mike left no one untouched in our family. His life will be remembered here, in our hearts. Our sincerest sympathy, The Seufzer Family
Ashley Rodencal left a message on February 11, 2009:
I could start this out as most condolences begin, with an apology for your loss, but I know such words won''t even begin to ease the pain you are all feeling. I do pray, however, God provides you all with the strength and support you need. May every tear shed be wiped away with Mike''s very own hand -in his memory and spirit. I have had the pleasure of knowing Mike way back in my high school days while I carried the label "Steve''s girlfriend." From the first day I met him and Leanne, I was welcomed with open arms. Mike has this incredible way of making you feel like family. What I didn''t know was that I would be receiving full tutorials of the landscape surrounding the home in Juneau. Let me tell you, by the end of our tour, I knew how every flower was planted, where every rock came from, and the precise way in which he cared for it all. What I didn''t see at the time was that his love of life and those he cared about was handled with the same delicacy and concise demeanor. When I think of Mike, however, the first thing which comes to mind is his humor, which never seemed to have an off button. You could be having one of the worst days, and within minutes his energetic persona and light-heartedness would have you forgetting what was so bad about your day in the first place. They say laughter is the best medicine. Those who were able to spend a lot of time with him must have enough doses to last them a lifetime. Above all, Mike was a great man who worked hard at all he did and would take the shirt off of his back if someone else needed it more. His memory and legacy will be remembered by all who knew him.
Kim, Rich & Machaella Hollenbeck left a message on February 11, 2009:
Uncle Mike will be missed by so many. He was such a wonderful uncle and a truly loyal human being with the best sense of humor! He made us laugh each time we were together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Aunt Leanne, Charles, Missy, and Steven. Love to all, Kim, Rich & Machaella
Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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