Madison
67° F
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
Advertisement

Robert E. “Jack” Young

Published On: Mar 08 2013 03:17:21 PM CST
Obits_Icon

Belleville/Dayton/Wiota, WI-Robert E. “Jack” Young, age 80, passed away on Thursday, March 07, 2013 at Pleasant View Nursing Home in Monroe. He was born on January 10, 1933 at Richland County, WI to his parents Howard and Mary Pletzer Young. Jack graduated from Belleville High School. He worked for many years as a custodian and supervisor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. On October 13, 2001 Jack was united in marriage to Joyce Berget Sweeney at the Wiota Lutheran Church.

Jack is survived by his wife Joyce of Wiota, WI, step-children Tim Berget of Wiota, WI and Lisa Nethery of Mineral Point, WI, four step-grandchildren Tina (Rick) Andrews, Josh (Ashley) Nethery, and Chris and Skylar Weigel, seven step-great-grandchildren David, Samantha, Madie, Holly, Logan, Emily, and Mya.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a step-grandson Jordan.

Relatives and friends may call from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 10, 2013 at the Becker-Beal Funeral Home, 109 Greenway Cross, Belleville, WI.

Private family inurnment services will be held at a later date.

An online memorial with guestbook is available at www.bealfuneralhomes.com

Advertisement
  • Edward Nero1

    Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

    Officers charged in Freddie Gray case

    Baltimore Police Officer Edward Nero was found not guilty of all charges Monday, May 23, in connection with the death of Freddie Gray, Judge Barry Williams ruled after a bench trial. Nero is one of six officers tried in connection in the case and the second to be tried. Here is a closer look at the cases of six officers charged in Gray's death.

  • PHOTOS: Birds, birds, birds!

    Birdwatchers spotted a variety of the feathered critters on a hike in Lake Mills Saturday morning. Ed Hahn, education co-chair for the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology said some were common backyard birds and others were rare sights.

  • Mark Schilling

    PHOTOS: Badger Honor Flight brings 2,000th veteran to D.C.

    A plane headed from Wisconsin to Washington, D.C., Saturday had aboard its 2,000th veteran to visit the national memorial sites in the nation's capital.

    • The Badger Honor Flight is part of a national network that works to bring WWII and terminally ill veterans from any war to see the memorials that were erected in their honor.
    • Visit badgerhonorflight.org for more information.
Advertisement