Obit: Mustard, Terrance Harold (1962 - 2018)
Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Baumann, Blaha, Hagen, Kempen, Mustard, Peterson, Petri, Stunkel, Winter
----Source: The Heindl Funeral Home (Phillips, Ogema, Prentice, WI) 11/30/2018
Mustard, Terrance Harold (19 AUG 1962 - 27 NOV 2018)
Terrance Harold Mustard, 56, Kennan, died at his home on Tuesday, November 27, 2018. He was born in Ladysmith, Wisconsin, on August 19, 1962, the son of Harold and Lorraine (Kempen) Mustard.
He was a 1980 graduate of the Phillips High School. He was married to Valerie Petri at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Catawba on April 28, 1984. He operated a veal farm in Kennan, and also served as a representative in the veal industry for Marcho Farms. In his free time he enjoyed spending time with his family, hunting, fishing, motorcycling, and playing cards.
He is survived by his wife, Valerie; by four children, Mitch (Heather), Waunakee, WI, Tyler (Alyssa), Eau Claire, Jason, Bend, Oregon, and Kelsey, Strum, WI; by one grandson, Max; by his parents, Harold and Lorraine Mustard, Phillips; and by four sisters, Cindy (Kevin) Baumann, Tomahawk, WI, Joanie (Charles) Peterson, Phillips, Laura (Larry) Stunkel, Ladysmith, and Cheryl (Eric) Blaha, Lake Elmo, MN.
He is preceded in death by one nephew, Shaun Winter; by his maternal grandparents, Louis and Marge Kempen, and by his paternal grandparents, George and Florence Mustard.
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Saturday, December 1, at Saint Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Catawba with Father Gerald Hagen celebrating the Funeral Mass. Friends may call at the church on Friday after 5:00 P.M. and on Saturday from 10:00 A.M. until the time of services.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.heindlfuneralhome.com.
The Heindl Funeral Home in Phillips is assisting the family with funeral arrangements.
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