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Roy Effenheim

Roy A. Effenheim

Tuesday, March 7th, 1933 - Thursday, December 31st, 2020
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Obituary

Roy went home to Heaven on December 31, 2020. He is survived by his wife of
62 years, Carol, a son John Effenheim (Debbie), daughters Susan Arends
(Bill) and Karen Effenheim Junek, grandchildren Kara Heider, Kaley
Heider, Sara Haggith (Brian), Anthony Arends (Bethany), and Samantha
Golemblewski(Scott). 6 great grandchildren, and many nephews and nieces.
He was preceded in death by his parents as well as brothers Roy,
Edward, and Gerald and sisters Olive, Dorothy, and Mickey.

Roy was a Korean War veteran, a member of Hales Corners Lutheran Church
for over 50 years, and was employed for 26 years at Briggs and
Stratton. Roy enjoyed his home in New Berlin, his photography hobby,
and his workshop in the basement. He also enjoyed the many travels in
the United States during his retirement.

Roy was a loving and wonderful husband, father, grandfather, great
grandfather, and uncle and will be greatly missed.

Private services were held.

Memorials to Hales Corners Lutheran Church.
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marlene u urch

Posted at 01:50pm
Roy and Carol were our next door neighbors from 1983- 2014. They are among the best people we have ever known.
They were never intrusive, but always available. The innumerable ways Roy helped us solve the never-ending house and yard issues made him a homeowner's dream. He seemed entertained by problem-solving. We bonded over kids and cats. We always felt "looked after" if we left for a day or longer. Roy surprised us with breathtaking photos of blossoms which grew on our side of the little footbridge that joined our yards. He modestly shared his wisdom and good humor.
Carol and Roy have been wonderful role models our daughters were priviledged to have.
Marlene and Bob Urch
 
KC

kcmandman@milwpc com Posted at 01:32pm

I work with for over 15 years at briggs he always helped out if I needed some assistance with a electrical problem we worked on a number of projects. We could talk about anything around the country and joke about it. I remember the last time I saw him at breakfast for retired people from briggs my prayers go out to you and your family.
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