George Klumb Obituary Nekoosa, WI George Klumb Has Passed Away

George Klumb Obituary, Death – George R. Klumb, who was 26 years old and from Nekoosa, Wisconsin, passed away at his home on April 4, 2023 Funeral Services are scheduled to take place at the Feldner/Ritchay Funeral Home in Nekoosa, Wisconsin on Saturday, April 8, 2023 at 11:00 AM. The funeral service will be officiated by Pastor Steve Steinmetz, and interment will take place at the cemetery located in the Village of Port Edwards. The Feldner-Ritchay Funeral Home will be open for visitation on Saturday morning from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM.

Ryan and Susan (Farley) Klumb welcomed their son George into the world on August 19, 1996 in Altus, Oklahoma. He also earned his degree at UW-Stout, making him a graduate of both Mid-State Technical College and UWSP. George was a disciple of Jesus above anything else. He carried a copy of the New Testament in the pocket of his coat at all times so that it would be easily accessible. George’s passion was to preach the good news of Jesus Christ to anybody who will listen. He had several interests, including a passion for animals, gardening, and fishing, which he pursued in his leisure time.

George was a passionate patriot who took great interest in learning about and researching the history of the United States. He went to the Oshkosh Airshow and flew on some antique bombers from World War II. George was quick to convey his gratitude to any and all United States Veterans that he came into contact with. He was a participant in AWANA and a member of the Faith Baptist Church in Wisconsin Rapids. George is survived by his parents, Ryan and Susan Klumb, his brothers, Ray (Tracie Newman) Klumb, Andy Klumb, and Ryan D. Klumb, his grandparents, Ray and Sylvia Farley, Warren and Natalie Klumb, his aunt Gail (Jaime) Contreras of Texas, his aunt Collen Macsas and her children Crystal Macsas, William (Kristen) Macsas and their son little Michael, his uncles James (T

In addition, he is survived by a large number of friends, including: Gary and Laura, Tommy Adams, Andrew and Cora Gustafson, The Diggles Family, Brad Olsen, Dan and Mari Peterson, Pastor Josh and Rachel Steinmetz, Pastor Steve and Sharon Steinmetz, and our entire church family at Faith Baptist Church in Wisconsin Rapids, as well as the History and Education Faculty of UWSP. George was preceded in death by Louis and Blanch Hagen, Miss Eleanore Hagen, Bud and Rose Hagen, Irene Pofek, Jeremiah Klumb, Ethel and Dee Farley, Harold Thurston and Mike Macsas.