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Donald H. Mondloch PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 01 November 2017 17:20

     Donald H. Mondloch of the Town of Grafton treasured every moment in life and found pleasure tending to the crops and machinery on his hobby farm in the Town of Fredonia.
    A special memory for his wife Judy was the time they spent on their John Deere combine during soybean season.
    “He was a very caring and loving husband,” she said. “I’m going to miss his warm smile and beautiful blue eyes.”
    Mr. Mondloch, 65, died on Saturday, Oct. 28.
    He was born in Port Washington on April 9, 1952, to Herbert and Dolores Dimmer Mondloch.   
    In 1970, Mr. Mondloch graduated from Random Lake High School and went on to pursue a career as a lineman and troubleshooter with We Energies for 46 years.  
    Throughout his time with the company, he made lasting friendships with those he considered his brothers. He was a meticulous man who was passionate about his job and loved going to work, his family said.
    Mr. Mondloch’s strong work ethic was useful when he designed and built his house in the woods and spent countless hours helping his twin brother Dan with masonry work.
    He found peace in nature and looked forward to his time spent in his deer stand on his property.
    The Mondlochs recently celebrated their 19-year anniversary on Oct. 10 of this year. The couple enjoyed watching turkeys and deer from their house in the woods and traveling to Hawaii, South Dakota, South Carolina and Door County.
    Mr. Mondloch valued his Saturday breakfasts in Saukville with friends and would often visit with his mother and siblings while enjoying a cup of hot chocolate.
    Mr. Mondloch is survived by his wife Judy of Grafton; mother Dolores Moegenburg of Random Lake; brothers Dan (Kim) of Random Lake and Roger of Plymouth; and sister Jan (Fred) Glander of Random Lake.
    He is further survived by his mother-in-law Frankie Fechter of West Bend; brother-in-law Alois (Pam) Fechter of Belgium; and sisters-in-law Sandy (Scott) Tutas of West Bend and Bonnie (Dale) Gray of Wisconsin Dells.
    Mr. Mondloch was preceded in death by his father Herbert Mondloch and father-in-law Al Fechter Jr.
    A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Grafton.
    Visitation will be at the church from 2 p.m. until the service. Deacon Al Lazaga will officiate.  
    Memorials are encouraged to the Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation or the American Cancer Society.
    Eernisse Funeral Home, Port Washington, handled the arrangements.

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