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William W. Pomplun “Bill”

Wed., July 31, 2013 at the age of 83. Beloved husband of the late Gloria (nee Roehl). Loving father of Suzanne (Sheldon Clark) Krystosek of West Bend, Deborah (Dan) Agnew-Martin of Wickenburg, AZ and Steven Pomplun of Milw. Dear grandfather of Douglas Krystosek of Las Vegas, David Krystosek of Milw. and Nicole (Scott) Schilling of Wickenburg, AZ. Brother of Arley, Gaylord and Tony Pomplun and Judy Young. Preceded in death by his parents Herman and Iva (nee Evans), sisters Mabel Wagner and Inez Grebe, brother Darwin and grandson Justin C. Agnew. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Private family services were held. The family would like to thank Home Instead (Mary, Annette and Tina), Hartland Hospice, Davita Dialysis and Wheaton Franciscan for their special care.

Remembrances:

  • Doyne LaVerdure says:

    Sue, please accept my deepest and sincerest sympathy for you and your family. It was a long road and your Father is now in peace. Blessings to all of you.

  • Carrie Loften says:

    Sue and family, I am so sorry for this difficult time. I know deep in my heart he is with our mom’s and celebrating his home coming.. words could never be enough at these times but know that I love you all and my happy memories and prayers are all yours.

  • Fina says:

    Sue, my condolences for you and your family. My family’s prayers are with you. Find comfort and peace in the fact that your father will no longer have to suffer from illness and he will be in peace. His soul will now live on, happily, with your other family members at the right hand of God.

    Also give thanks, that you were given the grace and strength to be able to have him as long as you did no matter what challenges you had to face. He would not have had the strength on his own to stay with you in this world as long as he did if it wasn’t for you and your other friends and family that took their turns caring for him here. God Bless.

  • Mary Weyrum says:

    Sue I am sorry to hear about your father. Please accept my sympathy. I know this is a sad time for you and your family.

  • Suzanne Krystosek (nee Pomplun) says:

    Dear Dad,

    I hope you were honored by the memorial service with military recognition and were as blessed in life as we have been. I know you (we) were saddened when we lost JC, Bill and Mom then later your brother and sisters as well as previous family or friends that left before. Though you, they are gone from us in body they remain with us in heart and spirit. We honored your wish to remain at home with our care. We had some good times and great memories were made. I enjoyed taking you to AZ for Nikki’s graduation, your over 50 year class reunion and the family reunion, birthday parties and weddings. We tried to be there for you in your final journey with health issues though for a short time it seemed you may recover and we hoped, prayed. It was tough to see you beginning to suffer. I will miss you and have been each passing day since but I know you are together with them and the Lord in the place prepared for us in comfort, love, and peace. When we are called we will join you once again, until then please watch over us. I will try to carry on and make you proud. I am sorry for the times I faltered and wish I could have done better, more for you and mom as you have for me. I was tired often but never gave up, quit. Thank you for everything. I am blessed for the wonderful family and friends in life that make it all worth living. Rest in peace, high on that mountain. I loved you so. God bless. See you on the other side. Lovingly, your daughter….Suzanne

  • Betty Sturm says:

    Dear Sue, Debbie, Steve, Nikki, Doug and David,

    Our condolences and prayers are sent to each of you and the many other relatives and friends. Bill was very special to me and my family. We all enjoyed the many fun trips, parties and just being together times. We all have many stories to tell and memories to keep us warm. I know that there was a big party in heaven with lots of dancing. hugging and story telling. Each time we eat your 2-4 four chilli you will be there with us. You will be missed but never forgotten. Lots of love,

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