Wilfred Lisko

Wilfred Carl Lisko

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Wilfred “Willie” Lisko

Wilfred Carl Lisko passed on Sunday, May 10th at the age of 89 at Virginia Highlands in Germantown after suffering from a stroke on April 2nd. He was born on December 28th, 1931 in Lebanon to Harry and Paula Lisko and remained in the area his entire life. He was drafted into the Korean War in January 1953. Willie was a proud resident of Big Cedar Lake for over 60 years and a life-long truck driver, known as “Heavy Chevy”. After his beloved wife, Isabell, died in 1975 he passionately raised his two children, Lynn and Kent (Sandy). He was a loving “Papa” to Tanya (Doug) Blaty and Samantha (Austin) Kearns. Willie also had four beloved great-grandchildren: Brady, Kenny, Charli, and Ruby. Willie is survived by his oldest sister, Delores.

He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Willard, and sister LouAnn.

Willie loved to socialize, spend time with family at the lake, watch his great-grandchildren “grow like little flowers,” have a cocktail, give people “the raspberries,” and hang out at local restaurants and diners with his friends.
A special thank you to the healthcare providers at Froedtert Health, Kathy Hospice, and Virginia Highlands.

There will be a Celebration of Life at a later date.
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Laura Hamm

Posted at 12:58pm
Kent & Sandy, Lynn and the rest of the family, I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of your father, he was always such a joy to run into and talk with, always so full of life and conversation. I will miss seeing that smiling face! Heaven will be a brighter place with its new angel!

Laura Hamm

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