David Lepage

David J. Lepage

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David J. Lepage, age 45, of Campbellsport, Wisconsin, passed away peacefully at home on May 9, 2019, after fighting a one-year battle with pancreatic cancer. He fought hard until the very end.

Dave was the beloved husband of Lisa (nee Steiger) Lepage; loving father of Kylie, Nola, and Nathan Lepage and Samantha (Adam Rosenstiel) Schubring and Makaylah Schubring; grandfather of Ian and Annabel Rosenstiel. He was the loving son of Michalene “Mickey” (nee Wysocki) Lepage and the late Daniel Lepage; brother of Robert (Tammie) Lepage, Kathleen Lepage, Christopher (Adriane) Lepage, Jennifer Lepage, and James (Jennifer) Lepage; son-in-law of Anne Steiger; brother-in-law of Pam Steiger, Lynn Steiger, Burt (Angie) Steiger, and Christopher Birler; nephew of Jeanne (David) Luce. Dave was a best friend of Mark LePage, George Nigh, Brent Buchholz, Mark Babich, and the late Chad Gartzke. Dave also is survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends.

Dave was a graduate of Arrowhead High School and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He was employed as a software engineer at Quad Graphics Printing Company. Dave was a devoted husband and father who always thought of his wife and children first. He enjoyed snowmobiling, fishing, and baseball. He assisted with coaching his son's baseball team and his daughter's softball team. He also coached a winning softball team at Quad Graphics. He was an avid fan of the Milwaukee Brewers and the Green Bay Packers. Dave was always willing to help others.

Dave will be greatly missed by his family, other relatives, and many friends. A Celebration of Life and softball game in his honor will be held on July 10 at Fireman’s Park in Campbellsport, beginning at 3:00 PM.
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Tina Yeager

Posted at 02:39pm
Dave was taken to soon in life! He fought hard and he will inspire others to fight as well. I have known him since as a young pup back in the days starting a QTI Engineer for Finishing and he will leave a gap here at Quad. I don't think We will be able to replace that knowledge and the pride he had in his work. Strong Family man and has a strong family. Our sincere sympathy for his family and friends...I know it will be hard, but I'm sure he will always be with you all. Mike and Tina Yeager OKC (formally WI / WESTALLIS)

Dan Zawistowski

Posted at 12:32pm
Dave was a friend, co-worker, teammate, coach, and a mentor. Dave had a direct impact on my life and helped direct me in my career path, and I am doing what I love because of him. Sorry I didn't tell you that Dave, you'll be missed!

Lisa lepage

Posted at 08:18pm
Dave, there isnt a second that goes by that I dont think of you. I miss ypu much. Im broken beyond repair. You are my hero, best friend, and I cant waot for the day I can see ypu again.

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