Arlene L. Mondloch, 88, died March 26, 2018 at her Belgium Gardens residence in Belgium, Wisconsin.

She was born November 2, 1929, in Port Washington, Wisconsin, to William J. and Gertrude Esselman Burton. On December 26, 1950, she married Arnold H. Mondloch of Belgium at Holy Cross, Wisconsin. Together they worked the family farm on Sauk Trail in Cedar Grove, Wisconsin, and raised a family.

Arlene was the family organizer and supported her children in many ways. Along with her farm chores and making great homemade bread, she made sure her children made all their practices and games and had a cheerleader in the stands. She was also a member of the St. Mary’s Lake Church Christian Mothers and Belgium Memorial Unit 416 American Legion Auxiliary.

After Arnold’s death in 1989, she took a job with Guy & O’Neil in Fredonia to stay social. She moved to Belgium in 2001 and in 2016 moved to the Belgium Gardens. Arlene liked to Polka dance and had an infectious laugh that she shared often.

She is survived by her children Colleen (Roger) Kelling of Cedar Grove, WI, Phyllis (Paul) Check of LaCrosse, WI, Cliff (Laurie) Mondloch of West Bend, WI, Clyde (Traci) Mondloch of West Bend, WI, Joseph (Peggy) Mondloch of Holiday, Florida, Rick (Kristy) Mondloch of Appleton, WI and Al (Krisi) Mondloch of Oostburg, WI. Further survived by 13 grandchildren, 3 step grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by her parents, husband Arnold, a sister Carol Vande Boom and great- granddaughter Paula Isabella.

The Rev. Todd Budde will celebrate a Mass of Christian Burial 6pm Thursday, April 5, 2018 at Divine Savior Parish-Holy Cross Chapel, 5332 County Road B, Belgium. Visitation 3pm-6pm Thursday, April 5, 2018 AT CHURCH prior to the service. Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery, Lake Church.

We would like to thank Belgium Gardens and St. Nicholas Hospice for their kindness and care of mom.

POOLE FUNERAL HOME/Crematory, Port Washington, WI assisting the family. Information and condolences available at or 262/284-4431.



  1. Our condolences to the family. Always will remember Arlene’s big smile and hearty laugh. Gordy will always remember the fun times with Arlene and Arnie down at the farm on the lake. They are once again reunited with God in Heaven.

    Gordy and Judy Fillar

  2. It’s with deepest regards to hear of the passing of Arlene. I’ll always remember the way she used to bump into me, laugh, and then have something to say, with that big smile on her face. She was a remarkable lady, she will be missed !!

  3. Just heard about Mrs. Mondloch’s passing. I will always remember her supporting her sons at our baseball games between Cedar Grove & Random Lake. Not only could you hear her cheering for her sons, but as soon as we got off the bus in Belgium she would welcome our team by loudly calling out “GREEN”. After many years of competing against CG, I truthfully looked forward to seeing and hearing Mrs. Mondloch & to this day this memory brings a smile to me. I know the Lord is getting a super lady & an even bigger fan.

    Don Green

  4. Our sympathies to you from the Wieberdink/Brill families. Arlene was one of a kind. Always had something to say and yes a contagious laugh for sure! We always knew we could count on her to get the crowd around her going at whatever sporting event she was at. She was surely proud of supporting her kids. You were most certainly blessed with a great Mom.
    Our blessings to you as you celebrate her life.

  5. The Graff Family sends their sincere condolences to the Mondloch Family , to have known Arlene was a great Blessing in life and a great lady that will always be remembered by everyone in the Graff family ! May the Good Lord Bless her and Love her in Heaven forever ! Love from the entire Graff Family , Mary, George, Doug ,Sue, Wayne, Chris , and Mindy !

  6. Sending my love and condolences to you all. What a wonderful woman, inside and out!
    May the Lord bless you and bring peace to your heart’s.
    I will always remember her wonderful smile and giant heart of love.

    Twila Ashe

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