Gregory “Chuck” J. Fellenz passed away on Saturday June 6, 2020 at the age of 80 years. He was born on April 5, 1940 in West Bend to Gregory M. and Bernice E. (nee Krueger) Fellenz. On January 7, 1961 he married the love of his life, Sally E. Cotter at St. Mary’s Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Barton. Chuck was the former owner of The Pitcher’s Mound on Park Ave, retired from Mercury Marine after 47 years of service, member of the Moose Lodge #1398, he was the crossing guard at the corner of Decorah and Main St. where he was known to wear shorts year round and took pride in protection those children. He was also an avid Packer Fan, enjoyed pitching in softball games, bowling and horseshoes.
“Chuck” is survived by his wife Sally, his children; Denise (fiancé Mike Knier) McChain, David (Sue Sanger) Fellenz, Deborah (Randy) Roush and Daniel (Rhonda) Fellenz, grandchildren; Gregory (Amanda) McChain, Julia (Loren) White, Laura McChain, Tyler (Angela) Benz, April (Mark) Buchholz, Tina (Josh Walsh) Roush, Daniel (fiancé Brittany Petersen) Fellenz, Cassandra Fellenz, Promise Fellenz and Dane Blake, 13 great-grandchildren, his brothers and sister; James (Jeanne) Fellenz, Jerry (Patti) Fellenz, Thomas (Terry) Fellenz, Mary Fellenz and Michael Fellenz, brothers and sisters in-law Larry (Nancy) Cotter, Susie (Tom) Guth, Barney Strobel and Donna Klumb, nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Gregory “Chickie” and Bernice, his parents-in-law Desmond and Julia Cotter, brother-in-law James Cotter, sisters-in-law Joan Strobel and Collette (Bernard) Kastner and his two grandsons Arty and Adam Sanger.
Place of rest will be at Washington County Memorial Park.