Earl E. Scheidt

Sep 29, 1938 - Apr 30, 2022

age 83, of Dunbar, WI, died Saturday April 30, 2022, at his home. He was born in Sheboygan on September 29, 1938; son of the late Joseph and Catherine (Schwinn) Scheidt Sr. Earl was united in marriage to Germaine Hermes on October 17, 1959, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Sheboygan. Earl worked at Kohler for 37 years in the brass department. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and singing. Whether it was in the Barbershop Quartet, Dickinson Chorus or at St. Margaret Catholic Church Choir, he thoroughly enjoyed singing. He will be missed by those who knew him.

Earl is survived by his wife Germaine; sons: DuWayne Scheidt and William (Rachel) Scheidt; granddaughters: Heather (Josh) Hunsicker and Amber Oostdyk and Brianna (Josh) Collins; great grandchildren: Elizah, Gauge, Raiden, and Judah; and a niece, Connie (Glen) Sixel. He was preceded in death by his siblings: Joseph, Eugene, Adrian, and an infant sister.

Private service will be held.

Roubal Funeral Home of Wausaukee is assisting his family.

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Troy Stuefen

Sorry for the loss of Earl, i have good memories of him.Alway remember golng up north with the and how bad the house smelled when he canned. Wild horseradish.He will be missed.

Janice (Lorenz) Olig

Gerri, Bill n Rachel, Connie n Glen, DuWayne Its been a long time since you were in Sheboygan but I can still remember all the good times. Keep those memories when you need a hug, a smile, or just a memory. Keep them in your heart and take one out when ever you need one. We live the short life of a Butterfly on Earth, we are born to journey thru most of our life and at just the right moment we find our purpose, our cocoon, until the time we appear as a beautiful butterfly and our journey is complete we fly up to Heaven taking all those who have touched our lives with us. I know he touched so many lives. May you find Peace in all your memories. My deepest Sympathy.

Mary (Hocking) Green

Bill and family, sorry for your loss.

Rosemary yekenewicz and nicole

Duwayne our deepest sympathy to u and your family

John and Lora and Nicole Martin

You have our deepest sympathy. Always a sense of humor and the laugh and smile will always be remembered.

Bill and Pat Wetzel

Our condolences to Germaine and family at Earl's passing. I sure had a lot of fun with Earl singing in our barbershop chorus, and sometimes, a quartet. He was a great tenor!

Jeanne M Swanson

The good Lord needed another beautiful voice in heaven. I sure appreciated your singing with our choir and will always remember you singing Silent Night in German. We miss you Earl. Geri, you have my deepest sympathy in your loss.

Mike & Lisa Mc Donnough

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