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OHEKK

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12:47 pm on Jan. 2, 2015
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Bob Weisenthal - RIP
Sad News:

Bob Weisenthal passed away last weekend.

Bob was an avid auto enthusiast, a lifetime member of the Waukesha Old Car Club and a frequent attendee of Wednesday Night Classics.

Condolences to his family and loved ones.

Funeral arrangements to be announced.
 
OHEKK

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Bob Weisenthal - RIP
Robert D. Wiesenthal

Robert D. Wiesenthal, affectionately referred to as “Weasy” or “Da Weas,” entered into eternal life December 31, 2014, at age 70.

He was the proud father of Jonathon, Monica (Darrell) Rhodes, Thomas, and Amie (Brian) Hansen and the beloved grandpa of Lauren Taylor Rhodes, Isabella, Jake and Allissa Hansen and Samantha Wiesenthal.

He was preceded in death by parents, Robert and Agnes (nee Schober) Wiesenthal, and sister Nancy Manley.

A memorial gathering at Krause Funeral Home, 21600 W. Capitol Dive, Brookfield, on Saturday, January 10, from 2-5PM. Life celebration to begin at 5PM.

Bob attended St. Joseph’s Catholic School through eighth grade, where he was an altar boy. He was a graduate of Waukesha South High School, class of 1962. He worked at Teledyne Wisconsin Motors for 18 years. Bob later worked at Harken as a master metallic finisher and retired in 2012.

His true love and passion for cars started at an early age and lead him to be one of the founding members of Waukesha Olde Car Club.

His many hobbies included rebuilding old cars, ice fishing, hunting, golf, gardening and canning, baking and cooking, wood working, knife making, drawing and sign making.

His love and memories will continue through his children, grandchildren and many friends. He was truly loved by all, and will be dearly missed.

Krause Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Brookfield is serving the family. For more information, call 262-432-8300 or visit online at http://www.krausefuneralhome. com.

“Gone but not forgotten”
 
lordairgtar

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Bob Weisenthal - RIP
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