Glenn H. Kaltenbrun, age 65, of Port Washington, WI passed away Monday, February 24, 2020 at Heritage Health Services in Port Washington where he had resided the past few years.
He was born on November 12, 1954 in Port Washington; son of Frederick and Lorraine Miller Kaltenbrun. He graduated from Ozaukee High School in Fredonia.
On May 3, 1974, Glenn married Jacky Medinger at St. Mary’s Church in Port Washington. Throughout his life, Glenn had worked at various jobs. He had worked at Amcast Industrial Corporation of Cedarburg in the foundry for about twenty years.
Glenn was a pretty simple guy that enjoyed fishing, family and music, especially Pink Floyd.
He is survived by his wife Jacky, his children Jennifer (Orlando Ortiz) Kaltenbrun and Andrew Kaltenbrun, both of Port Washington; grandchildren Jon, Doug and Kaitlyn Sell, great-grandchildren Emmit and Scarlett, his sisters Mary (Dan) Plagemann of Cedarburg and Carol (Steven) Schommer of Belgium, his brother Kurt (Jackie) Kaltenbrun of Saukville, sisters-in-law Barb (Joe) Neal and Sandy (Linus) Lepak, both of Belgium, brother-in-law Mike (Sue) Medinger of Oostburg, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
A Celebration of Glenn’s life will take place at 6PM Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at the Poole Funeral Home/Crematory, 203 N. Wisconsin Street, Port Washington, WI. Family will receive relatives and friends from 4-5:45PM Tuesday at the funeral home prior to services.
Poole Funeral Home / Crematory, Port Washington, Wisconsin assisting the family. Information and condolences available at www.poolefh.com or 262-284-4431.
So sorry for your loss. Your dad was always a smiling happy person. I am sure you will miss him greatly. We are sending our prayers for your whole family.
Dear Jackie, Jennifer and family, I am shocked to see this this morning! Oh Jackie, I am soooo sorry about Glenn. We all had some pretty fun times back in the day, didn’t we? Please except my sincere condolences in this time of need.
Peace be with all of you…..
Deb Bartelt Johnson
Glenn was one of the good guys. Dave & I always enjoyed being in his company. He will be missed.
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