Leroy A. Fenzl
In Loving Memory...
Born:June 12, 1931
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Died:March 15, 2006
Kissimmee, Florida


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Fenzl was a retired Military Veteran and Oconomowoc High School Social Worker. He continued his work with children as a volunteer at St. Pauls Lutheran Church and had been also been a volunteer at the Oconomowoc Memorial Hosptial.

Fenzl is survived by his wife Mary, his son Lee (Casey) Fenzl, of Oconomowoc. And his daughters Sally Riolo and Peggy (Jeff) Bolstad of Horicon. Tina (Kevin) Kurtz and sons Tony and Tim Heinecke also of Oconomowoc. 11 grandchildren Angela Valle, Jamie and Josh Fenzl, Matt, Paul and Tom Riolo, Zach and Dessie Bolstad, Brody, Ethan and Kylee Kurtz. 4 Great Grandsons Austin, Adam and Allen Valle and Skylar Fenzl. And his sister Phyllis (Clyde) Haight of Whitter, California.

Fenzl was preceded in death by his mother and father Julia and Alvin Fenzl, his first wife Verona (Roni) Fenzl and a great grandson.


WOW! What a handson man he was in a uniform.
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I don't think there was a more respected man in Oconomowoc. My grandfather helped many people and children. He is a man that everyone called "Bapa". Although Bapa will be missed he will surely not be forgot. He has left behind fond memories that can be shared with everyone. Bapa was special and I am proud to be his Granddaughter. I love you Bapa!
Added by Jamie Fenzl

The lives he touched will be forever grateful. He was a very proud and happy man, a proud father, and grandfather and very proud great grampa. He shared his pride with us many times. The help he provided for so many young people through his work will be his legacy. We are all honored to have been a part of his life.
Added by He will never be forgotten.....oconomowoc

He was a very kind and caring person. Leroy and Mary also made me laugh, and put a smile on me face. Going to miss seeing them walk around the lake with the grandkids. He will be missed by all. But will live on in our hearts.
Added by JF, Oconomowoc

He was the best,and will always be in everyones heart...He taught me about the joy of life and the LOVE you feel when you have messed up,caring and truthful but most of all...How to accept what life has given to you to deal with. Unanswered questions that soon you find the answers that GOD has given to you through prayer.I will LOVE you forever and you will always be in my heart and thoughts.Until we meet again!!!
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