Eugene (1930 - 2007)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Beyerl, Gebauer, Giese, Halopka, Hiebl, Kleist, Sperl, Stuttgen, Wolf
----Sources: The Tribune Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.), Vol. 47, No. 49, Wed., Dec. 5, 2007, p. 20
Halopka, Eugene (6 May 1930 - 30 Nov. 2007)
Eugene Halopka, 77, Abbotsford, died at this residence Friday, November 30, 2007.
Funeral services were held at St. Thomas Catholic Church, Milan. Fr. Charles Hiebl presided at the mass of Christian burial with interment following in St. Thomas Catholic, Cemetery.
Serving as pallbearers were Cody Stuttgen, Casey, Andy, Brody, Shane, Kerry and Shannon Halopka and Jesse Beyerl.
Eugene was born May 6, 1930, in the Town of Browning, rural Medford to Frank and Alma (Giese) Halopka. He was a graduate of Medford High School.
On Sep 22, 1948, Eugene married Marge Sperl and they farmed for 40 years in the Town of Holton. He was also employed with Hurd Millwork, Jahnke Construction, Karlen Construction and numerous other jobs.
He enjoyed traveling, crafting and playing cards. Eugene and Marge resided in Abbotsford for the past 15 years. He was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church.
Eugene is survived by his wife Marge Halopka, Abbotsford; children Gary (Sue) Halopka, Dorchester, Darla (Chuck) Stuttgen, Athens, Daryl (Bonnie) Halopka, Dorchester, Gene (Nona) Halopka, Medford, Jim (Marlene) Halopka, Medford, Linda (Ed) Beyerl, Medford, Brian (Amy) Halopka, Dorchester, Todd Halopka, Dorchester, Kurt Halopka,Stetsonville, Steve (Beverly) Halopka, Colby, Terry (Colleen) Halopka, Athens; two sisters, Shirley Kliest and Ann (Norman) Gebauer, Medford; two brothers, Ray Halopka, Stetsonville and Earl (Marjean) Halopka, FL; forty-one grandchildren; thirty-six great-grandchildren; five step-granchildren and seven step-great-granchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Frank and Harry Halopka; two sisters, Lydia and Alma and two grandsons.
Maurina-Community Funeral Homes assisted the family with arrangements.
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