Obit: Geiger, Dennis H. (1955 - 2017)
Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Anderson, Baehr, Blasel, Bores, Brusky, Ellis, Feint, Geiger, Karl, Kingsbury, Penney, Pieper, Pollack, Timm, Wussow
----Source: WIGM/WKEB Obituaries (Medford, WI) 2/05/2017
Geiger, Dennis "Denny" H. (4 FEB 1955 - 4 FEB 2017)
Dennis "Denny" H. Geiger, age 62, of rural Colby, died on Saturday, February 4, 2017 as the result of a snowmobile accident.
A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held on Saturday, February 11, 2017 starting at 1 pm. Food available until 5 pm; a social gathering will follow at the Dorchester Memorial Hall.
Denny was born on February 4, 1955, the son of Bernard and Elizabeth (Pollack) Geiger in Marshfield. He farmed in the Town of Hull most of his life. Denny also worked at the feed mill, rationing the feed.
He was a jack-of-all trades, including custom work on just about anything. Denny enjoyed camping, working on tractors and participating in tractor pulls.
Denny is survived by his significant other, Teresa Karl; five children: Matthew (Kris) Geiger of Athens, Stacy (Jason) Brusky of Dorchester, Randy Geiger (Alisha Kingsbury) of Colby, Jeremy (Wendy) Geiger of Stetsonville and Theresa Geiger (Clint Penney) of Curtiss; 17 grandchildren. Significant other's children and grandchildren: Jill (Andy Anderson) Ellis of Spencer, Travis (Amy Feint) Ellis of Stratford, Nicole (Dustin Pieper) Ellis and MacGyver (Lindsey Wussow) Ellis; nine grandchildren.
He is further survived by six brothers and sisters: Jerry Geiger of Dorchester, Shirley (Allen) Baehr of Sun Prairie, Jean (Ken) Bores of Spencer, Bob (Jane) Geiger of Abbotsford, Ron (Barb) Geiger of Atwood and Elaine (Gary) Blasel of Dorchester; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his brothers-in-law, Art and Les Timm.
Family is asking only for your presence, no gifts or donations please.
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