Back Row: Brock J. Huehns, Erik R. Huehns
Front Row: Amanda Huehns, Todd W. Huehns
While each generation of our family has striven to offer comfortable and accommodating facilities with modern technologies as well modern and respectful funeral vehicles and transportation, our family and staff's top priority has always been taking care of people - those entrusted to our care, their family and friends, and the communities in which we serve. From the moment we answer the phone, to our respectful response to the place of passing, to the extremely gentle care we take of those entrusted to our care, to our attentive, personal, empathetic, and creative manner with which we care for every family in honoring the life of their loved one, to the presence we seek to have at every service and celebration (ever-present to minimize the efforts and any hesitation by family, clergy, and those in attendance, yet "invisible" in recognition that the service is not about us), we are committed to caring for others as if they were our family. Families as well as staffs of nursing homes, assisted living facilities, our local hospital and clinics, hospice organizations, and churches often acknowledge that our staff is what sets our funeral home apart from others.
Funeral Home Owner, Funeral Director (4th Generation) & Crematory Operator
Todd William Huehns is the fourth-generation funeral director in the Steffen and Huehns families with over thirty years of experience in serving families. His great-grandfather, William O. Steffen, established Steffen Furniture and Funeral Chapel in Shebogyan in the early 1900s. William's son, Leonard Steffen (the second generation), worked as a funeral director in Sturgeon Bay during WWII while also working in the shipyards. After graduating from Worsham Institute of Mortuary Science in Skokie, IL, (now Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Wheeling, IL), Todd worked with his father, Wayne L. Huehns (the third generation), serving families in Sheboygan County from their Huehns Funeral Home locations in Sheboygan Falls and Oostburg.
Todd began serving the families of Northern and Southern Door County shortly after 1990 when he came to work for Davis Mortuary (now Huehns Funeral Home). Sylvester "Cy" Dernbach, the owner of Davis Mortuary at the time, had purchased the funeral business from Robert "Bob" Davis some years before. Both, Cy and Bob have passed away.
For Todd and his family, coming to Door County was like coming home in a sense with all of the family his wife, Renee Robillard Huehns, has throughout Southern Door County and Kewaunee County. While living in Sturgeon Bay, Todd has been an active member and supporter of the surrounding Door County communities. He is a member and past president of the Sturgeon Bay Optimist Club and has served as past president of the Sturgeon Bay Breakfast Rotary Club. Todd is currently a member of the Sturgeon Bay Noon Rotary Club. He coached local youth sports for many years in Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol areas. Todd attends the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church. He enjoys reading and learning about history in general, the history of Door County and has been a member of the Door County Historical Society.
Aside from spending time with family, Todd enjoys hunting with family and friends, golfing, boating, traveling with his wife, Renee, motorcycling on his Harley, and following his favorite sports teams, but most of all being grandpa to William, Kinley, and Nora.
Co-Owner & Graphics Manager
Renee was born in Cudahy, WI, the daughter of Kenneth and Darlene (Harmann) Robillard. She grew up in Watertown and graduated from Watertown High School. Renee went on to study at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where she met Todd Huehns, her husband-to-be. They were united in marriage on October 18, 1986 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sheboygan Falls (where Todd was from).
They welcomed their first son, Erik, in 1988, and then Brock in 1990. She and Todd lived in Oostburg, WI where Todd and his father, Wayne, had their second funeral home, until 1992. (Their other funeral home was located in Sheboygan Falls.) While living in Sheboygan County, Renee and Todd enjoyed singing together for weekend church services and also for weddings.
In the fall of 1992, she and "the boys" moved to Door County when Todd accepted a position as a funeral director with Davis Mortuary under the ownership of Sylvester "Cy" Dernbach. For Renee, the move to Door County was like coming home in a sense with Renee's (Robillard) relatives initially settling in Gardner in Southern Door County (as they were original from Canada) and moving into Kewaunee where her father, Ken, grew up. Her mother, Darlene, was the daughter of Lawrence and Josephine "Josie" (LeFevre) Harmann, and the only sister of Cliff and Wayne Harmann.
In November of 1992, Renee and Todd, welcomed their third son, Christian. Initially, she took care of the boys at home until they were of school age. Renee then taught Kindercamp at the Door County YMCA in Sturgeon Bay for a couple years. She started helping more around the funeral home as the years went by, and then was full-time when Todd and her purchased Davis Mortuary on January 1, 2001.
At the funeral home Renee has taken pride in overseeing all of the graphic coordination including, creating memorial folders and prayer cards, register books, and memorial tribute DVDs. She always been someone community members can talk to before, during, and after services. Renee has always been there to help Todd and now her sons, Erik and Brock (who are also funeral directors), with anything and everything that needs to be done. She loves being there to support her friends and neighbors and other community members through a difficult time during the loss of a loved one.
Renee has helped at Vacation Bible School for local churches and has been a member of Business Women and the Red Hat Society (also known as the "Red Hatters") as a Pink Hatter. She and Erik are also members of the Peninsula Belgian American Club, which meets at the old schoolhouse in Namur in Southern Door.
Funeral Director (5th Generation) & Crematory Operator
Erik Ryan Huehns grew up in Sturgeon Bay and graduated as co-valedictorian of the Sturgeon Bay High School class of 2006. He then went on to study pre-medical sciences at St. Norbert College in De Pere, before deciding to follow in the footsteps of his father and grandfather and two generations before. Erik graduated from St. Norbert College in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics.
He studied funeral service at Milwaukee Area Technical College in West Allis, Wisconsin's only school for funeral service, graduating as valedictorian for the class of 2012. During school, he served as president of Sigma Phi Sigma, the national honorary funeral service fraternity, and earned the Harry B. Goodman Valedictorian Award, the William F. Krause Leadership in Funeral Service Award, and the Legacy Award for being at least a third-generation family member to serve families as a funeral director. Erik became the fifth generation of the Steffen and Huehns families funeral directors when he received his license as a funeral director in January 2013. He became a certified crematory operator through the National Funeral Directors Association in 2018.
In 2012, Erik was united in marriage to Kathryn "Katie" Jean Bobinski, his best friend from college. Katie is an elementary school teacher at Sevastopol Elementary School. At church, has been an active member of the identity committee and the welcoming committee, the church choir (with his wife, Katie), is currently on the educational endowment committee, and serves as lector. He is also an active member of the Forestville-Maplewood Lions Club, where he currently serves on the board of directors, the same Lions club Erik's great-great uncle, Norman LeFevre, was a charter member of. With his (Belgian) family ties to Southern Door and Kewaunee counties, Erik is also a member of the Peninsula Belgian American Club, which meets every month at the old schoolhouse in Namur (in Southern Door County) next to the former St. Mary of the Snows Catholic Church (now the Belgian Heritage Center). Erik has been active with and a former board member of both, the Namur Belgian Heritage Foundation and the United Way in Door County.
In May of 2014, Erik and Katie's son, William Henry, was born, in May of 2016, Erik and Katie welcomed their daughter, Kinley Grace, into the world, and in April of 2019, their daughter, Nora Kathryn, was born. Erik and Katie feel blessed to be home in Door County.
Funeral Director (5th Generation) & Crematory Operator
Brock Huehns grew up in Sturgeon Bay and graduated with the Sturgeon Bay High School Class of 2008. He went on to study and earn his bachelor’s degree in human biology from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Brock studied funeral service at Milwaukee Area Technical Area Technical College in West Allis and graduated in May of 2015. He served as President for his class and of their honorary funeral service fraternity, Sigma Phi Sigma. While in the funeral service program at MATC, Brock received the (1st place) Edward Heidenreich Award for his restorative art abilities.
He began serving his funeral director apprenticeship in Green Bay while completing his undergraduate studies at UWGB and finished his apprenticeship back home in Sturgeon Bay upon his graduation from mortuary school. Brock became the second fifth-generation funeral director in his family when he received his funeral director license in January of 2017.
Outside of funeral service, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, hunting, fishing, boating, and camping. Brock has been active with Rotary Youth Interact and helping with church youth nights over the years. He is a member of the Sturgeon Bay Lions Club. Brock lives in Sturgeon Bay with his wife, Amanda, their son, Watson, and French bulldog, Winston.
Funeral Director, Certified Crematory Operator, & Licensed Agent for Burial Agreements
Amanda (McDaniel) Huehns grew up in Iron Mountain, Michigan, and graduated from Iron Mountain High School in 2013. She then went on to study mathematics at the University of Wisconsin-Marathon County in Wausau, Wisconsin. While attending, Amanda was a Phi Theta Kappa member and was inducted into Beta Rho Zeta before graduating in May of 2015.
Amanda studied mortuary science at Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Wheeling, Illinois. While in school, she became a member of Pi Sigma Eta, the National Morticians Fraternity.
Amanda served her funeral director apprenticeship at a funeral home on the east side of Green Bay, and in January of 2017, she earned her funeral director license and went to work for a funeral home on the west side of Green Bay. She joined the Huehns Funeral Home, Inc. & Door County Crematory LLC staffs in July of 2018. Amanda is a licensed director in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Michigan. She is also a certified crematory operator through the Cremation Association of North America and an Agent for Burial Agreements.
Amanda resides on the west side of Sturgeon Bay with her husband, Brock Huehns, their son, Watson, and loving Frenchie, Winston. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys running, playing tennis, reading, spending time with her family, and enjoying the outdoors. She is an avid Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Cubs fan.
Office Manager & Funeral Home Support Staff
Jodie (Geisel) Schartner is a daughter of Bernard and Shirley Geisel and a sister of Jamie (Mike) Henschel, Heidi Geisel, Wade Geisel, and Tara (Aaron) LeClair. She grew up on the family homestead in the Town of Sevastopol and graduated from Sevastopol High School and UW-Stevens Point. Jodie married Jesse Schartner, and they have two children - a son, Riley, and a daughter, Emilie.
She joined the Huehns Funeral Home family and staff in April of 2018. Jodie had previously been employed with Baylake Bank (now Nicolet Bank) in Sturgeon Bay. She helps to coordinate all of the administrative efforts at the funeral home and also helps on visitations and services.
Jodie has been a wonderful addition to our staff and a familiar face for our Door County community.
Apprentice Funeral Director & Licensed Agent for Burial Agreements
Gary Scharrig is a resident of Jacksonport and a son of Alvin and Diane (Dietrich) Scharring. He graduated from Sevastopol High School in 1988. Gary has worked at Greenwood Supper Club in Fish Creek. He currently serves as a pastor with Immanuel Lutheran Church in Baileys Harbor and currently manages the Homestead Suites in Fish Creek. He has been a part of the funeral home staff-helping since around the time when Todd and Renee initially bought the funeral home.
As an apprentice funeral director, Gary assists in transferring those who've passed away, back into our care at the funeral home, helping on visitations and funerals, in addition to other care efforts. As a licensed agent for burial agreements, he is able to help families pre-plan and pre-fund for their final care and desired funeral services. Those who know Gary, know what a caring heart he has and that he's always there to help.
Funeral Home Support Staff
Lee Bley is a lifelong resident of West Jacksonport and a son of the late August and Lydia (Herbst) Bley. He attended grade school in West Jacksonport and graduated from Sevastopol High School. Lee is a lifelong member of Zion Ev. Lutheran Church in West Jacksonport.
Lee worked as a bookkeeper for Bill Boettcher Automotive (and later Jim Olson Motors) in Sturgeon Bay and then for years here at the funeral home. He is familiar face to those in attendance at visitations and services.
Former Owner & Funeral Director (3rd Generation) of Huehns Funeral Homes
Wayne Lloyd Huehns, 86 years old, of Van Treeck Trail, Sheboygan Falls, entered into the arms of his heavenly Father on Thursday, July 14, 2022 surrounded by his loving family.
Wayne was born February 15, 1936 in Sheboygan, the son of the late Roy Milton Huehns and Mabel Sylvia (Steffen) Huehns. Following his graduation from Central High School in June of 1954, he entered the United States Army, serving as a Chaplain Assistant until 1956.
Following his honorable discharge, Wayne attended Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, where he met his bride-to-be, Janet Marie Meyer, the daughter of the late Fred John Meyer and Ethel Marie (Corrigan) Meyer from Fond du Lac. They were united in marriage on August 16, 1958, at Immanuel Trinity Lutheran Church in Fond du Lac. Wayne and Janet would be business partners for his entire working career.
In 1960, Wayne graduated from Wisconsin Institute of Mortuary Science in Milwaukee, at which time he was managing his grandfather’s funeral home in Sheboygan (Steffen Funeral Chapel) and the Rauschert Funeral Home in Sheboygan Falls.
In January 1961, he purchased the Gruber-Gattshall Funeral Home in Prairie du Sac and renamed it Huehns Funeral Home. He operated this funeral business until 1966 when he sold it and returned to Sheboygan Falls to purchase the Dean Funeral Home. A few years later, he purchased a second funeral home in Sheboygan Falls known as Staus Funeral Home and combined the businesses under Dean-Huehns Funeral Home and eventually, Huehns Funeral Home.
Always one for new business ventures, Wayne founded Alarms for Security in Sheboygan Falls, where he would design and install fire, burglar, and auto dialup services for some of the area’s major manufacturers as well as private home installations. Wayne also created computer software that helped funeral directors improve their operations in funeral business.
In 1984, Wayne purchased the Krostag Funeral Home in Oostburg, serving the Oostburg and Cedar Grove area as Huehns Funeral Homes until his retirement in 1998. Wayne and Janet also expanded their business partnership in real estate development throughout Sheboygan Falls and Milwaukee areas.
Wayne was an active member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sheboygan Falls, where he served for many years on the church council as well as various other committees, sang in the church choir, and attended Saturday morning men’s bible study. He was a familiar voice at many funerals with requests for him to sing family favorites and had recorded an album of sacred songs. He was a member of Sheboygan Falls Lions Club, Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association, and National Funeral Directors Association for nearly 60 years. Wayne had served his community as a volunteer fire fighter and served as president of Sheboygan Falls Chamber of Commerce. During his retirement, he and Janet enjoyed many adventures in their motorhome, touring the United States visiting family and friends. They also found time to travel to many other countries throughout the world.
Wayne will be missed by his devoted wife, Janet; four children, Todd (Renee) Huehns of Sturgeon Bay, Mark (Lisa) Huehns of Sheboygan, Julie (Keith) Jones of Sheboygan Falls, and Brenda (Roger) Carlton of Bayside, WI; ten dear grandchildren, Erik (Katie) Huehns, Brock (Amanda) Huehns, both of Sturgeon Bay, and Christian (fiancée, Rachel) Huehns of Chicago, Lindsay and Emma Huehns, both of Sheboygan, Samantha (Nick) Kovatch of Wauwatosa and Tyler (Kaitlyn) Jones of Sheboygan Falls, Elizabeth Carlton of Milwaukee, Sophia Carlton of Chicago, IL, and Laura Carlton of Bayside; six precious great-grandchildren, William, Kinley, and Nora Huehns, Clarity, and twins Hannah and Noah Jones. He is further survived by his brother, Glenn (Joanne) Huehns of Plymouth; siblings-in-law, Helen Meyer of Fond du Lac, Gerald (Elaine) Meyer of Fond du Lac, and Glenn (Linda) Meyer of Arizona; cousins, Gail (Charles) Klauck, Tom Yurk, Darrell “Skip” (Kataline) Elliott and Jay (Lynette) Gartman; nieces and nephews; other relatives; and friends.
A funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sheboygan Falls with Pastor Robert Schrader officiating. Military honors to follow at the church. He will be laid to rest in Lutheran Cemetery in Sheboygan on the Huehns family lot.
Friends may call at the church, Tuesday evening, from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. and at the church, Wednesday morning, from 9:00 a.m. until 10:15 a.m.
“Our family would like to express a special thank you to the caregivers from Aurora Hospice and Tender Hearts, those who visited Wayne, and those that sent cards and kept him in their prayers. It was truly a blessing to witness such love, kindness, and compassion.”
Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Wayne’s family at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay. Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Wayne may be shared with his family through his tribute page at www.huehnsfuneralhome.com.
Former Owner & Funeral Director- Passed away 12/ 20/ 2008
Sylvester J. "Cy" Dernbach, Jr., 70, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Saturday, December 20, 2008 after complications following a hip fracture last December 2007.
He was born November 29, 1938 in Green Bay the son of the late Sylvester Sr. and Helen (Ketelhohn) Dernbach. He graduated from Green Bay East High School in 1956. Cy served in the U.S. Army, and the U.S. Army Reserves for 4 years. He then attended Pharmacy School at Ferris Institute in Big Rapids, Michigan.
He later changed his course of study to Mortuary Science at Val Beyer's Institute in Milwaukee. Before attending mortuary school he apprenticed at Lyndahl Funeral Home in Green Bay for one year. While at mortuary school he worked at Rasch Roetz Funeral Home and at Dobratz Funeral Home in Milwaukee. After graduation from Mortuary School he worked at Fitch Lawrence-San Fillipo Funeral Home in Madison. On November 24, 1962 he married Gloria M. Rupiper in Green Bay at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. They moved to Sturgeon Bay in 1963. He worked for Davis Mortuary for two years before returning to Lyndahl Funeral Home in Green Bay in 1965. In August of 1973 Cy returned to Sturgeon Bay and worked as a funeral director at Davis Mortuary, purchasing the funeral home in 1989. In 2001 Cy sold the funeral home to Todd Huehns who he worked with since 1992. His dedicated service to the community of Sturgeon Bay and Door County will not be forgotten.
He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay. Cy also was a member of Knights of Columbus 4th Degree, Treasurer of Kiwanis Club, Quality Market Animal Sales Board Member, Honorary Life Member of Ducks Unlimited, Life member of Whitetails, Apple Valley Major Tuesday evening Bowling League, Neighbor to Neighbor board member and vice president, president of St. Joseph School Board, an usher, a communion distributor, and the Holy Name Society. He was instrumental in starting the Booster Club at Sturgeon Bay High School.
Cy enjoyed hunting, fishing, making wood.
Survivors include his wife, Gloria; four children, Tom (Susan) of Springfield, Oregon, Tim Dernbach of Chula Vista, California, Dan (Kate) LaJolla, California, Kristin (Ted) Blackwood of Cambridge, Wisconsin; seven grandchildren, Brittany, Beret, Gus, Sam, Hannah, Emma, Amanda; one sister, Mitzi (Al) Lenss of St. Louis Park, Minnesota; one brother, Robert (Suzi) Dernbach of Appleton; sister-in-law, Barbara Dernbach of Marine City, MI; brother-in-law, George Greenwood of Mexico; one aunt, Celia O'Connell of Green Bay.
Preceding him in death were his parents; sister, Kathleen Greenwood; two brothers, Ken and Roger.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 27, 2008 at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Fr. Dominic Peluse scj and Fr. Anthony Birdsall as celebrants. Cy was laid to rest in St. Joseph Cemetery.
Friends called from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Friday evening at Huehns Funeral Home, and at the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until the time of services. A parish wake service was held at 7:30 p.m., Friday evening.
Memorials may be made in his memory to Neighbor to Neighbor or Crossroads at Big Creek.
The Dernbach family would like to extend special thanks to Neighbor to Neighbor, Jean Marsh and the staff at Whispering Pines, Dr. Bradley Nelson, and AsceraCare Hospice for the many kindnesses shown to Cy.
Sign guest book and offer condolences or share a memory at www.huehnsfuneralhome.com.
Funeral Assistant - Passed away 4/15/2010
Orville Alfred Gauger, 82 years, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Thursday, April 15, 2010 at Whispering Winds CBRF in Sturgeon Bay.
He was born on December 14, 1927 in Fish Creek, the son of William August and Elizabeth Freida (Ahrens) Gauger. Orv graduated from Gibraltar High School in 1947. On September 16, 1950 he married Eunice J. Englebert at the St. Joseph Parsonage in Sturgeon Bay. He proudly served his country in the United States Army from September of 1950 until his discharge on August 15, 1952. Orv was employed with Peterson Builders, Inc for more than 35 years retiring as head inspector. He also served his community as a volunteer firefighter with the Sturgeon Bay Fire Department for 35 years. For over 40 years he worked as a funeral assistant with Davis Mortuary and later for Huehns Funeral Home.
He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church where he was an usher, PBI Retirees, American Legion and the Parkinson’s Association. Orv was a past member and president of the Sturgeon Bay Kiwanis Club.
In his free time he enjoyed golfing, hunting, fishing, playing cards, doing carpentry projects and sports. Orv loved sports, and was especially proud to see his grandsons’ baseball games. He loved to dance to polka music!
He his survived by his wife of 60 years, Eunice; his daughters Susan Austad and Char (Tom) Lodl; grandsons, John (Paula) Austad and Matthew (Jill) Austad; and great-grandchildren, Dezaray, Landon, and Hoyt. He is further survived by his brother, Chet (Esther) Gauger; sisters, Dorothy Sawyer and Betty Stanecki; his godchildren, Shari, Doreen and Robin; many nieces and nephews; sisters-in-law, Lois and Angie Gauger.
He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Reginald and Harvey; sister, Emily Spittlemeister; son-in-law, Tom Austad; a great-granddaughter; brothers-in-law, Alfred Spittlemeister, Norbert Sawyer and Norbert Stanecki; and his beloved dog, Dusty.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Monday, April 19, 2010 at 11:30 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Fr. Anthony Birdsall officiating. Entombment followed at St. Joseph Cemetery Mausoleum. Military Honors were provided by American Legion Post #72 of Sturgeon Bay.
Friends and family called at the church on Monday from 10:30 a.m. until the time of Mass at 11:30 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Orville Gauger’s memory for the Wisconsin Parkinson Association, the Sturgeon Bay Fire Department in care of Pioneer Fire Company, or the Wisconsin Arthritis Association.
“You are not forgotten, loved one, nor will you ever be, as long as life and memory last we will remember thee. We miss you now, our hearts are sore as time goes by we’ll miss you more. Your loving smile your gentle face, no one can fill your vacant place.”
Huehns Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Sign guest book or offer condolences at www.huehnsfuneralhome.com.
Funeral Home Support Staff - Passed away 2/24/2017
Kenneth Eugene Bauldry, 83, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Friday afternoon, February 24, 2017 at Bornemann Nursing Home in Green Bay after suffering a stroke two weeks ago.
He was born July 13, 1933 in Sturgeon Bay, the son of the late Harry Sr. and Avila (Trepanier) Bauldry. Ken graduated from Sevastopol High School with the Pioneer class of 1951. He sailed on the Great Lakes before serving his country with the United States Army in Austria and Germany from 1954 until 1956. Ken was very proud that his family’s service to our country’s military spanned the last five generations of Bauldrys.
On February 23, 1957, he was united in marriage to Harriet Vivian Coel at St. Phillip's Catholic Church in Green Bay. They were blessed with 60 years of marriage.
Following Ken’s service to our country, he was employed with Western Electric then later with Wisconsin Bell. He retired from working in telephone service technology in 1984 and was able to enjoy time on the golf course, tending to his garden, hunting, and walking. Those who knew Ken were probably visited and gifted each harvest season with a bag full of freshly-picked vegetables. He loved hunting with his boys and family friends.
Ken was a natural athlete and naturalist. He loved being outdoors, and he loved to play baseball. Winning many trophies and honors in high school as a pitcher continued for years after in the Door County League. Ken continued playing while in the service where he was recognized as a great arm and pitched for his base touring around Europe in the Army League. When he was honorably discharged, Ken was a valued player in the Green Bay Fast Pitch League where he pitched for the Parish Printing team. He was a talented golfer and played in many Door County Golf leagues. Ken also worked for the Bertschinger Family at the Alpine Golf Course in his retirement, a golf course where he caddied as a child, walking down the bluff to the golf course from the Bauldry Family Farm.
Ken was a valued and wonderful part of the staff and became part of the family at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay in the 2000s as he helped on many visitations, funerals, and also in caring for the funeral home facilities and grounds for over 10 years.
He and Harriet were members of Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay. Ken was also a member and former Post Commander of the VFW Post #3088 in Sturgeon Bay.
He will be deeply missed by his beloved wife, Harriet; six children, Mark (Val) Bauldry of Jacksonport, Lori “Dede” (Jeff) Process of Green Bay, Todd (Chris) Bauldry of Sturgeon Bay, Scott (Laurie) Bauldry of Jacksonport, Craig Bauldry of Long Beach, CA, Corey Bauldry of Sturgeon Bay; 15 grandchildren, Gwenn Bauldry of Eugene, OR, Jessie Bauldry of Minneapolis, MN, Aron Bauer of Nibley, UT, Brady Bauer of Woodinville, WA, Cody Bauer of Omro, Kailey Bauldry of Sturgeon Bay, Kyle Bauldry of Sturgeon Bay, Emma Clark of Forestville, Megan Karnopp and Amanda Karnopp of Green Bay, Rosy Bauldry of San Francisco, CA, Essie Bauldry of Sacramento, CA, Nickole Bauldry of La Quinta, CA, Brandt Bauldry of Seattle, WA, Mason Bauldry of Sister Bay; five great-grandchildren; one brother, Harlan (Patty) Bauldry of Egg Harbor; three sisters in-law, Ginger Bauldry, Norma Bauldry, Susie Bauldry; two brothers-in-law, Ronnie Daubner, and Jon Schneeberger; Harriet’s family, in-law’s, Margie Van Ness of New Franken, Barbara Jandrain of Green Bay, Alvin Vaness of New Franken, Joseph (Jeanette) Coel of Waterford. Also many nieces and nephews.
Ken was preceded in death by his parents; six brothers, Harry Jr., Howard, Donald (at age 15), Vincent, Myron, and Gene; three sisters, Arzettta (Bob) Witalison, Leila Faye Daubner, Lucille Schneeberger.
Ken’s life was honored with a Mass of Christian Burial held at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Military honors by the United States Army and the VFW Post #3088 followed at the cemetery. Ken was laid to rest in St. Joseph Cemetery Mausoleum.
Friends called from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay with a parish wake service prayed at 7:30 p.m. Visitation continued at church, Wednesday morning, from 10:30 a.m. until the time of Mass.
Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Ken may be shared with his family through his tribute page at www.huehnsfuneralhome.com.