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Edward James Bollig
Ed was born on Feb. 17, 1944, to John and Johanna Bollig. He graduated from DeForest High School and served six years in the Army National Guard. He retired from Stock Lumber, formerly Chase lumber, where he worked his entire adult life.
He was a member of St. Olaf''s Catholic Church, DeForest. He was an avid outdoorsmen and hunter who loved to be out in nature. Ed also helped his brother, Richard, on the family farm "Oxandrolone Powder India" during the years doing chores, working the fields and doing carpentry. Ed spent countless hours walking the fields on the farm collecting thousands of arrowheads during his lifetime.
Ed is survived by his children, John Bollig (Terry) of Dianabol 5 Week Cycle Stoughton and Peggy Buy Cheap Jintropin Online Bollig Settersten (Jay) of Cambridge and his grandchildren: Alec Bollig of Madison and Cale and Connor Bollig, both of Westbrook, Maine; and Sam and Remi Settersten of Cambridge.
He is further survived by his five sisters: Carol (La Verne) Statz, Jan Pomeranke, Dorothy (Ron) Lange, Betty (Don) Pomeranke and Mary (John) Tveit; and many nieces, nephews, (each his favorite), cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Richard Bollig, and brother in law, Darrell Pomeranke. 8, 2013, at St. Olaf Catholic Church, 623 Jefferson St., De Forest, with Father Robert Butz officiating. 7, 2013, at the Winn Cress Funeral Home, 5785 Hwy. Q, Waunakee, and at St. until "Oxandrolone Powder India" the time of the service on Tuesday.
Burial followed at St. Olaf Catholic Cemetery, DeForest.
We are Buy Injectable Steroids Usa grateful that we were able to bring our dad home to the farm for his final days. It was an honor to be with him as he passed to a better place. He was a good hearted, simple man, but could also be ornery and difficult to deal with at times.
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We were able to spend quality time with him that we had spent a lifetime longing for and he was a joy to be with. Simple things like playing checkers and watching "Get Smart" together brought so much comfort to him and us.
We will remember him as a big, strong man of few words, with a can of snuff and lottery ticket in his pocket.
There are so many people we would like to thank for "watching over" our dad for so many years.
First and foremost, we would like to thank his five sisters for their unending kindness and compassion. We know all that you have done for him during the years and mere words cannot adequately express our appreciation. Carol, Jan, Dort, Betty and Mary we are and will always be profoundly grateful to you.
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To our dad''s entire Agrace Hospice Team Kim, Melanie and Deb just to name a few, for their tireless efforts to help the end of his life be the best it could possibly be. Even though he wouldn''t say it, we are certain that your presence comforted him, and made him feel safer.
There are many others who brought food, stopped by to visit and called to express their concern. Thank you all. These kind gestures made these past months much easier to endure.
Daddy, we know that you did the best you could. We love you and forgive you. We are so comforted knowing that you are not suffering anymore and are walking the fields of Heaven.