Roger R. Gindt

November 13, 1943 - December 23, 2020
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Roger R. Gindt, age 77, of Mayville entered the Kingdom of Heaven on December 23, 2020 at home with surrounded by his loved ones.He was born on November 13, 1943 in Milwaukee the son of Ralph and Alice (Bauer) Gindt. Roger was a 1961 graduate of Mayville High School and served his country honorably inContinue Reading

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Mary Ann (Hilbert) Shaw left a message on January 2, 2021:
My condolences to Rodger's family & friends. Rodger and I were high school classmates from the class of 61. We were in Mr Zenz's English class together and I still smile looking back at how fun he made that class! I live in California now but We would run into each other through the years while attending mass at St Mary's church when I was in Mayville visiting my family! He was a good man and I am sure his passing is a tremendous loss to his family and friends!
Mary Krapfl-Hoffmann left a message on December 28, 2020:
Our deepest sympathy to Sharon and the children and and to his sister Shirley, brothers Kenny and Gary. John Krapfl was a card playing buddy with Roger, Donnie Bauer, John and Mike Feucht. These buddies were known to go to The Pizza Palace, FDL Outdoor Theater, George Webb, Rudy's Bar and all on the same night. Roger drove for the wedding of John Krapfl & Mary Priepke Krapfl-Hoffmann. Great memories of good ol'fashion fun.
Don and Anne Bauer left a message on December 27, 2020:
Our deepest sympathies to Sharon and the children and to his sister, Shirley, and brothers, Kenny and Gary. I will never forget the times, before I had a driver's license, I would take the farm tractor down the lane on our farm and park adjacent to the fence of Roger's parents farm. I would climb the fence and walk through their field to get together to play Monopoly with Roger. When we would run out of play money, houses, and hotels we put together two Monopoly games. I also have many great memories of our 5 or 6 card-playing buddies getting together from the late 50's and early 60's. Aaah. such pleasant memories. Unfortunately, they have all passed on and may they rest in peace. They are probably having a game right now in Heaven. Roger was the best man at our wedding in 1965.
Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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