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Anthony J. Nowak

Anthony “Tony” J. Nowak, 78 passed away peacefully at his home on 7/27/21, he was born on 4/1/43 in DePere Wisconsin. The son of Joseph and Mildred (Vanden Langenberg) Nowak.

Anthony’s life passion was to run a family dairy farm, Anthony and his wife Judith successfully ran their dairy farm for 32 years in the town of Rosiere. They recently celebrated 58 years of marriage.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son Andrew J. Nowak; his brothers Daniel and Richard; brother-in-law’s Clayton Verheyen, Kenny Fonder, Milton, Jim, Mike, Tom, Ken, Bill, Richard and Wayne Phillips.

Surviving in addition to his wife Judith (Phillips) Nowak; his son Randy and Sharon Nowak of Casco, grandchildren Rachel and Ryan Sustman, great grandchildren Lakelyn, Lawsen and Knox, grandchildren Michelle Nowak, Nickolas Nowak and Rebecca Nowak (Dave Solchenberger); his daughter Sue (Nowak) and Al Deprez of Algoma, grandchildren Mindy and Jim Stevens, great grandchild Riley; grandchild Kyle Vincent and great grandchildren Angelynn and Silas; Grandchild Cody and Kelly Vincent and her son Michael and Morgan Routhieaux; grandchildren Brian Deprez (Nicole Anderson), Brian’s daughter Kayla; Amy Deprez;  his son Scott and Tina Nowak of Brussels, grandchildren, Nathan Nowak, Claudia and Don Huey; sister Deloris Verheyen; brother Ronald (Sherry) Nowak; sisters-in-law Mary Ann and Karen Nowak, Gloria Fonder, Shirley Phillips, Linda (Eric) Rentmeester, and one brother-in-law Gary (Lynn) Philips.

Private family services are being held. Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home is assisting the family. Online condolences messages may be shared at www.wiesnermassart.com.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in memory of Anthony to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital and/or CP of Green Bay

Special thanks to Davita Kidney Care, St. Vincent Hospital, Unity Hospice and for those that assisted with kind gestures to make his last days better.

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