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“Terry & FamilySorry to hear of the passing of your Father. Our deepest condolences.Wally & Judy Morrow ”
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“Terry, Tom, and your families,So sorry to hear of Glens passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.Kim and Marvin Winkler and the entire...Read More »
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“Terry, Tom and family, Deepest sympathy in the loss of your Dad and Grandpa. He was always a kind and very friendly man that loved his family...Read More »
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“Tom and Terry along with the family my condolences on the loss of your father. He was one AWESOME person! ”
4 of 9 | Posted by: Butch Malsavage - Kimberly, WI

“Terry and Tom . Your Dad was alway good for a good laugh . So think of the good times and have a laugh. He would have want it that way. Geno Vander...Read More »
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“Tom, Lisa, Sorry for the loss of your Dad. I remember many things about him, but the best was how he treated us (My Dad, Cindy, and I) when my Dad...Read More »
6 of 9 | Posted by: Don Kunstman

“Amy & the Aerts Family, Dennis & I were very sad to read about the passing of Glenn. The world has lost another great man. All in our prayers. Hugs...Read More »
7 of 9 | Posted by: Dennis/Tese Pullman - Dundee, FL

“Bob and I would like to send our condolences to Tom and Terry and your families. Glenn was such a wonderful guy, he was always so friendly and...Read More »
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“Our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of your dad. Debbie and Jim Jonen ”
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Glenn Jerome Aerts, 90, passed away on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at the American Grand Senior Care Living Facility in Kaukauna, following a brief illness. Glenn married the love of his life, Elizabeth “Betty Jean” Lom on June 4, 1947, and resided in Combined Locks and Kimberly for most of his life. After serving in the Navy, he was employed by the Combined Locks Paper Mill for eighteen years, and then fulfilled his lifelong dream of owning his own business when he opened Glenn’s Bar. After retirement, Glenn worked part-time for the local ShopKo store in Kimberly and spent many years caring for his wife Betty, until she passed on December 2, 2015. Glenn is survived by two sons: Terry Aerts and Tom (Lisa) Aerts; six grandchildren: Amy (Todd) Van Hout, Tim (Peggy) Aerts, Dan (Mary) Aerts, Josh (Misty Verhagen) Aerts, Nick (Alyssa) Aerts, Laura (Jason) Wierschke; ten great-grandchildren: Owen, Ethan, McKenna, Kirsten, Alexis, Kherington, Watson, Lincoln, Griffin (Aerts) and Broxton Wierschke. Glenn was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Betty, and a brother Kenneth. Glenn will be remembered as an outgoing person who enjoyed being with other people and making them feel special with his gifts of friendship and good deeds. He took great pride in his family and loved to keep up with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren on how they were doing. In keeping with his own wishes, Glenn will be fondly remembered and sent on to Eternal Life in a private service, attended by his closest family and dearest friends.