Warren L.“Worm” Wendlandt, 72, of Lincoln, Ill., passed away Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, at 6:28 a.m. at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital.

Funeral services were held Monday morning, Aug. 11, at A.J. Holly and Sons Funeral Home, Wild Rose, Wis. Procession to and burial followed in the Mt. Morris Holden Cemetery in Mount Morris, Wis.

Warren Lee Wendlandt was born June 4, 1942 in Plymouth, Wis., the son of Rolland William and Lucille Emma Wesener Wendlandt.

He was united in marriage to Kendra Johnson on March 23, 1962, at the Plymouth Lutheran Church in Plymouth.

He is survived by his three sons: Kevin (Sue Peterson) Wendlandt, Kurt (Cindy) Wendlandt and Kory (Leah) Wendlandt; one brother, Clyde (Sue) Wendlandt; one sister, Celeste (Joe) Overesch; seven grandchildren: Jessica Brossart, Nichole Wendlandt, Kevin Wendlandt Jr., Emily Grass, Kelsey Wendlandt, Autumn Wendlandt and Hunter-Rae Wendlandt; and five great-grandchildren: Michael, Aaron, Rhylee, Paislee and Maddox.

Warren graduated from Plymouth High School in 1960 in Plymouth, Wis., and Madison Vocational Chef School.

Warren was employed at Lincoln College for over 31 years as director of Food Service.

He was a member of the Saxeville Volunteer Fire Department for 30 years and Lincoln Rural Fire Department for 12 years.

He was a member of Ducks Unlimited, Turkeys Unlimited, Quail and Upland Game Alliance, National Rifleman’s Association, Lincoln Sons of American Legion, Eagles Lodge #2708, and founding member of the Moles Unlimited “Worlds only Chapter.”

Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice.

A.J. Holly Funeral Home, Wild Rose, is in charge of local arrangements.

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