Obituaries

George Marcus Danner IV

Jun 03, 1942 - Jan 24, 2021

of Wausaukee, passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, January 24, 2021. George married Nancy Oeser on June 15, 1963. He was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Madison, where he earned a degree in Dairy Science. After working for Hoard’s Dairyman Farm and several other farms in Wisconsin, he and Nancy purchased a 260 acre dairy farm in Sauk County, WI, which they called Stoney Ridge Farm. After farming, George began his own consulting business, Global AgriTech. He consulted in Somalia, Ukraine and the Russian Far East. He served on the board of the Friends of Muraviovka Park which is affiliated with the International Crane Foundation. His love of agriculture continued on into retirement. George became an Organic Farm Inspector, working for 9 different agencies, inspecting farms, gardens, and organic processing plants in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana, and California. Most recently, he consulted for the Organic Agricultural Department of Montana, doing inspector reviews. George enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, baling hay, gardening and helping friends and neighbors.

George is survived by his wife, Nancy, of 57 years. He is also survived by four children: George Russell V (Betsy) of Waterville, Maine, Rebecca Mellenthin (Ron) of Flagler Beach, Florida, Rachel Hanko (Kevin) of Kalispell, Montana, and Ryanne Deschane (Carlton Jared) of Wausaukee,WI; Ten grandchildren:Tyler Mellenthin, George Nicholas VI, Alexander, and Benjamin Danner, Amelia, Garrett, and Anna Hanko, Magdalen, Carlton II, and Christian Deschane. He is further survived by 4 siblings: Cynthia (Ernie) Carlson, David (Pamela) Danner, Dean (Boni) Danner, Lynne (Dave) Erbs and many nieces, nephews and friends. The family would like to express their thanks and appreciation for the gracious outpouring of love and support from friends and the community.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

Roubal Funeral Home of Wausaukee is assisting George’s family.

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Beth Johnson Knox

Dear Nancy, I am so sorry for the loss of your husband. It has been many years since we knew each other. I rode the school bus with you and a grad of 62. My husband Ron grad of 61' We lived in the Danner cottage on Oxford when we were first married. Life has directed us in different directions and I hope that you are ok and close to your children. I remember you as a beautiful girl and I'm sure your life with your husband was remarkable. Savor the happy memories. Beth Johnson Knox

Ron and Lilly Osgood

Our heartfelt thoughts go to Nancy and the family at this sad time. George was a wonderful man and I wish I could have spent more time with him through the miles and years.

Michael Mathis

One of the most favorite people of my lifetime. I will definitely miss the long talks we would have as we caught up with everything since our last conversation. Rest peacefully George and we will catch up we meet again on that great day.

George archibald

Dear Nancy and family, My most sincere condolences concerning the passing of your beloved, George. We shared a warm friendship for many years. His substantial contributions to the agriculture programs Russia's first private nature reserve, Muraviovka Park, are deeply appreciated. With warm wishes always, George.

Merrilie Albrecht

Prayers going out to the whole family. As you know, Nancy, I would never have met this family if it hadn't been for you and GeoD. This is not an easy time, but know you have many friends and family who care about you.

Morgan Danner

Family, This was such sad news to hear but I send my love from Italy and hope that we can keep his memory strong through our our lives and farms! Love, Morgan

Lois Dunn

Prayers for the family

Carol Krueger

I am so very sorry Nancy. You have my sympathy and may God be with you all

Pamela Danner

George, Geo'd to me, was a wonderful brother-in-law and a lifelong learner. He was always learning about new agricultural methods and helping his neighbors with their livestock and other farming issues. He even traveled to Somalia several years ago to help advise one of my clients. He will be truly missed.

Cathy and Bob Danner

May god welcome Geo D into his kingdom! All our love and prayers will be with your family during this time of grieving. Geo D was a wonderful man,, and now he is at rest. Our deepest sympathy, Cathy and Bob Danner

Brad Danner

Hi Nancy, My message was interrupted but I will pray our Good Lord will give you and family abundant strength to help deal with your pain & loss of Geo D. now and as the days & weeks come upon you and your family. Love you, Brad ♥️

Sharon R Damisch

We send our deepest condolences to all the Danner cousins on the loss of GeoD. May God's perpetual Light shine upon him, and may he rest in peace. Fondly, Sharon (Richard Mark), Bridie and Tim Damisch

David Danner

Happy remembrances of many stories of my brother GeoD.

Boni & Dean Danner

Our condolences and prayers to Nancy and all.

:John W. Damisch

Our deepest sympathy to Nancy and all of George's family. George D was my Dad, Marcus', first and I think his favorite grandson. My Dad was always most proud of Geo.D....We are sorry to see him die.....best and stay healthy for all of the rest of our extended family. Let us know when there is a Memorial for George Marcus D.....J:ohn and our family........Remember the time we all camped on Padre Island, Texas......two lfamiles and a lot of kids.....