ALFRED STANLEY NIEMUTH

Alfred Stanley Niemuth, 75, of Plymouth, formerly of Sheboygan, left us to join his wife in heaven on April 11, 2015, at Sharon Richardson Community Hospice.

He was born on November 15, 1939, the 4th of seven children to the late Marion (Pecnik) and Henry Niemuth.

He attended Sheboygan Falls schools.

He enjoyed riding his Harley when he was younger and loved racing with his brothers and spoiling his little sister with rides.

On August 13th 1960 he married LoAnne Graef at Holy Name Church in Sheboygan. Together they raised three children. They raised their children in the Catholic faith which he stayed devout to. They made traveling a priority in their children’s lives to be well traveled all over the United States, Canada and Mexico. Often throughout those years, a month at a time was traveled every year. The family picked a destination to drive to and learned and laughed along those journeys. This was a gift of many life lessons and memories that will always be remembered and cherished. They also enjoyed taking the family fishing and going to cottages and camping. Later in the years they enjoyed these vacations with their grandchildren.

Al and Lou owned many properties while Al was a dedicated employee in the enamel department at Kohler Company. In 1975 when Al and his wife Lou became the proprietors of Harbor Lights in Sheboygan. They sponsored many men and women’s softball, pool, dice and dart teams. During these years they became friends to many and traveled with them to Las Vegas, Texas, Florida, Jamaica, and the Virgin Islands. They retired in 2001 and spent the next years traveling all over, taking a cruise and loving each other’s company.

Survivors include his children: Michelle (Patrick) Emmer of Sheboygan, Scott (fiance: Jennifer Miller) of Sheboygan and Katherine (Stuart) Blanke of Plymouth; Grandchildren: Benjamin (fiance: Teanea Sackett), Melissa (Paul) Griffin, Ryan (Crystal) Mandel, Taylor Campbell, Tyler (Bessie Le Rose) Blanke, Gabrielle Blanke, Owen and Edison Miller and Josh (Rachel) Blanke; Great Grandchildren: Kai and Cael, Samantha and Dyllan, Nicholas and Nadia, Kayden, and Everly. Al loved his family dearly and will miss you all.

He is also survived by his sister: Dorothy (John) Kimme; Sisters-in-law: Ruth Niemuth, Joan Fuhrmann, Marilyn (Michael) Smith; Brother-in-law: Randy (Kris) Graef; extended family members Karen (Ray) Rizzi and Arnetta Niemuth. Also his cousin Roger Niemuth who was a constant friend, and the last surviving member of “the 3 musketeers” and close friend Terry Horner who loved both our parents and helped our Dad pass in peace. He also dearly loved all of his nieces and nephews and was grateful to all of you for giving him back words of love and support that helped in his final days.

He was preceded in death by his loving wife Lo Anne in 2007. Al was never quite the same after his Lou left him. Also preceded by his parents; Brothers: Henry Jr., Donald, Lawrence, and Marvin; Sister: Darlene Polster; Mother and Father-in-law: Leroy and Lucille Graef; Sisters-in-law: Joan Niemuth and Mary Niemuth; Brothers-in-law Harry Polster and Robert Graef; Nephews: Gary Niemuth and his son David and Todd Niemuth.

Following Al’s wishes cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday (April 18) at 11:15 A.M. at the Suchon Funeral Home in Plymouth. Inurnment will be in the Calvary Cemetery Mausoleum in Sheboygan.

Visitation will be held at the Suchon Funeral Home on Saturday (April 18) from 9:00 A.M. until the time of services.

A memorial fund is being established in Al’s name.

The Suchon Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Plymouth is serving the family. For online condolences, please visit www.suchonfh.com

The family would like to extend our gratitude to the whole team at Rocky Knoll for taking such great care of him through this last year. He loved you all! Also to the Sharon Richardson Hospice Community who helped him pass with love and dignity.


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