SHAWN MICHAEL KAUFERT

Shawn Michael Kaufert, 23, of Sheboygan Falls passed away on Sunday, July 3, 2016.

He was born on December 16, 1992 in Sheboygan, WI, a son to Patricia Ramirez and Robert Kaufert.

Shawn graduated from Sheboygan Falls High School in 2011. He worked for Roy Teunissen at Teunissen Green acres and helped out at Teunissen Custom Heifers.

He was very excited and planning on starting a new job at Masters Galley in the next couple of weeks. With his new job, Shawn had big plans and dreams (like he always did) to buy a new truck (just like his white one). Shawn also always talked about getting his little sister Maggie a horse. (She had to ride western, though, because English was boring she said).

We will miss his smiling face, huge heart and the long, long stories he had about something that happened to him or something that he was planning on doing. He had to tell long stories, he said, or you would miss out on some of the important information.

Shawn absolutely loved being in the woods or out on the water. He was always out scouting for his next big buck or turkey. Bow hunting was his passion and gun hunting was a very close second.

If it was hunting season, there was no time for work or anybody but his hunting buddies. Shawn loved to go to our trailer in Wyalusing (Grant County) where he was either bow hunting or on the Mississippi river fishing.

When we went there we always had to make a stop by his friend Russell in Platteville. He always said “Mom, we have to stop by Russell or he will get mad at me for not stopping to see him.”

When Shawn was not hunting, you could see him at the dirt track cheering on his friend Josh Teunissen or helping his Uncle John get the boat ready for Lake Michigan. Oh, and if you ever went to Fleet Farm or Cabela’s with Shawn, just know that it would not be a short trip. You had to have a good couple hours for these shopping trips.

Shawn had the biggest heart of gold and would help anyone that needed it. We will miss his crazy dancing, long stories and fun loving ways, but he will live on with us forever. Shawn was the true example of live, love and laugh.

He is survived by his mother: Patricia M Ramirez of Sheboygan Falls; father: Robert M. (Suzi) Kaufert of Random Lake; brother: Ryan J. (Jordan) Kaufert of Sheboygan; sisters: Jessica M. Kaufert and Magdalene B. Ramirez, both of Sheboygan Falls; step-sister: Amber Hubing of Random Lake; grandparents: Ione Liebenstein of Hingham and Sally Kaufert of Plymouth; step grandparents: Roland (Sandy) Friend of Random Lake; aunts and uncles: Hope (John) Wulff of Cedar Grove, Ronald Kaufert and Hank Kaufert both of Batavia, Rodney Dyke and James (Robin) Dyke all of Waldo, Ken (Karin) Liebenstein of Sheboygan Falls; step uncle: Keith (Delores) Liebenstein of Plymouth; niece: Aubrie Blindauer of Sheboygan and nephew: Colton Michael Kaufert; step aunt: Jamie Stolper, step cousins: Andrew and Ashley Stolper; best friends and hunting buddies: Josh Wulff, Ryan Giese, Josh Teunissen, Russell Preder, Jake Messner and many, many more friends and relatives.

He was preceded in death by his grandfathers: David Dyke and Leroy Kaufert; step grandfather: Wesley Liebenstein; aunt: Tammy Doherty; step aunt: Marilyn Stolper and step uncle: Bruce Liebenstein.

Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Shawn’s life will be held on Friday evening July 8, 2016 at 6 p.m. at Suchon Funeral Home in Plymouth.

Friends may call at the Suchon Funeral Home from 4 p.m. on Friday, July 8 until the time of services.

In lieu of flowers a memorial find is being established in Shawn’s name.

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


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