Obit: Scholze, John D. (1958 - 2017)
Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Brumberg, Jaehnke, Scholze, Simon, Vance, Warden
----Source: The Plombon Funeral Home (Stanley, WI) 11/06/2017
Scholze, John D. (23 DEC 1958 - 31 OCT 2017)
John D. Scholze, 58, of Green Bay; formerly of Boyd, was surrounded by his wife and family as he passed away on Tuesday, October 31, 2017, at U-W Madison Hospital, following a brief battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
John was born on December 23, 1958, in Eau Claire to Robert and Verna (Brumberg) Scholze. He grew up in the Boyd area and graduated from Stanley-Boyd High School in 1977. John went on to receive his Business Administration Degree from CVTC in 1979. On June 8, 1985, he was united in marriage to Charlotte Vance. John started his grocery career working for his father, Bob, at the Big ‘B’ in Boyd.
After college, John worked for Copps-Roundy’s in the Eau Claire and Stevens Point stores and at the corporate office as Buying Manager. In addition, John worked in management in grocery and retail for other companies such as Target, Greenwood IGA (owner), Kirkwood’s, CVS and most recently Sprouts Farmers Market.
He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Charlotte, of Green Bay, his mother, Verna Scholze of Eau Claire, his children, Brock Scholze of Minneapolis, MN, Brienna and Bryce Scholze both of Green Bay, his siblings, Dawn (Jay) Jaehnke of Onalaska, Mark Scholze (Tania Warden) of Luck and Jill (John) Simon of Wausau, many nieces and nephews and family pets, dog Rudy and cat Hunter.
Preceding him in death are his father Robert Scholze, mother and father in-law Rodger and Grace Vance, and most recently his brother in-law Jon Vance and sister in-law Sue Vance.
John’s family would like to thank the many medical professionals at KU Medical Center in Kansas City, KS, UW Madison Hospital and the UW Carbone Cancer Center of Madison, WI for their talents, gifts and passion in treating John and caring for his family.
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