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Jerome A Kiesling

May 24, 1931 — January 19, 2022

Jerome A. Kiesling peacefully passed away surrounded by his family on January 19th at Ascension Mercy Hospital. He was born to the late Raymond and Dorothy Kiesling on May 24, 1931, with Ripon being his hometown. Jerome married Annie Laurie Molash on November 28, 1953, at St. Peters Church now Most Blessed Sacrament, in Oshkosh. He shared 68 years with his devoted wife helping raise their 4 children.Jerome enjoyed playing the clarinet in the Ripon Band and marching in parades, even though he was the only boy out of many girls. He also beautifully played the piano and progressed to organist and director of the choir at St. Patrick Church.Jerome worked at Buckstaff Co. for 43 years, a manufacturer of fine furniture. He enjoyed bowling, hunting, fishing, and boating with his family. He was a master chef, grilling his famous 4 martini chicken, for many picnics and family gatherings.Jerome is survived by his wife, Annie Laurie; daughters, Annie Laurie (Richard) Wollangk, Leslie Jo Verhelst, Paula (Tony) Way, and son, Michael (Jamie) Kiesling; grandchildren, Rebecca (Troy) DeVOe, Ryan (Rachel) Wollangk, Matthew Verhelst, Alex, and Brett Kiesling; great-grandchildren, Brandon and Owen DeVoe, Elliot Wollangk; his sister, Mary Ann Kiesling, Marquette, MI and many nieces and nephews.The family wishes to extend our deepest appreciation to the staff at Ascension Mercy Hospital and the Compassus Hospice Care team for their compassionate care given to Jerome. A private service was held, to celebrate Jerry’s life. Memorials will be given to Father Carr’s Place 2B.

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