Lynn F. Stueber

Lynn F Stueber age 86 passed away peacefully Thursday January 6, 2022, after a battle with Congestive Heart Failure.

He was born in Algoma, Wisconsin on May 19, 1935, to Lawrence and Lillian (Halderson) Stueber. Lynn enjoyed hunting and fishing with his father, was involved in sports including, basketball, baseball, bowling and golf. He graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1953 and joined the workforce at Continental Can Company in Milwaukee. There he met the love of his lifetime and future wife Bernice House-DeMain. Lynn and Bernice were married November 26, 1955, and had five children, Cynthia Jane (King) Oldin, Lawrence Lynn, Patricia Karen, Barbara Ellen, and Sharon Ann.

Because of his love of Bowling in 1978 he purchased a bowling alley in Manitowoc Wisconsin, which then became ‘Stueber’s House of Bowling’. During the off season of bowling, He worked at The Kohler company in Sheboygan. Upon retiring, living on the waters of Lake Michigan he enjoyed, woodworking, boating, fishing, golf, raising his chickens, and watching the wildlife. He was director and member of the Seagulls Club, and Eagles Club of Manitowoc.

He is survived by his wife Bernice, and their 4 daughters, Cindy, Patti, Barb and Sharon, as well as his sister Peggy and brother Bill. He is further survived by his grandchildren Dalyce and Tayler, Steven, Evan and Rylee, Casey and Dayna, and Jimmy, including 5 great-grandchildren, Jaeger, Payson and Trace, Ryah and Evelyn, many nieces and nephews, and his dog Cheyenne.

He was preceded in death by brother-in-Law Dick, his son Larry, brothers Bob and Lee.

The family will greet relatives and friends from 9:00 AM until 11:00 AM on Saturday January 15, 2022 at Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 120 South Henry Street, Green Bay.

A memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday January 15, 2022 at Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 120 South Henry Street, Green Bay.  Officiating at the memorial service will be Pastor David Hatch.

Expressions of sympathy may be sent to the family by visiting www.lendmanfh.com

Legacy Funeral Chapels, 838 S. Fisk is assisting the family with funeral arrangements.

9 entries on “Lynn F. Stueber

  1. God thank you for borrowing this angel to us for so many years. He truly had an impact on all of us in a positive way.
    He was a coworker, a bowling companion, a golf partner, a friend. He will be greatly missed by us all. Until we meet again, your buddy “Calsy Walsy “

  2. Bernice and family so sorry for your loss. I just got to know you at the Becks family breakfast and enjoyed listening to your stories about the DeMain side of the family. Also the wonderful stories of your own family. I got to meet Lynn at the last family breakfast and he was very pleasant but quiet. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. RIP 🙏🤗❤️

  3. My sympathies to the Stueber family on Lynn’s passing. Many happy memories of bowling and softball back in the day!

  4. Bernice, Billy, & all families….
    Sympathy to all – Remembering the many, happy seasons by bowlers at cleverly named “Stueber’s House” cut short by fateful April ’95. In awe, our heart sank as we gawked next morning. Lest we forget, afterwards, the bowling ball pyramid on family’s home lawn on Lakeshore Drive. Only a BOWLER would create that.
    Rest peacefully, friend, Life’s job well done.

  5. My deepest sympathies to Bernice, Bill, and the entire Stueber family. I have many fond memories from my time working with Lynn at Stueber’s House back in the late 80s. Lynn was a hard worker who always had a positive outlook and a smile on his face. He and Bernice treated me like family and I am grateful we were able to meet up in person last summer. Lynn made the world a better place and will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the Stueber family.

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