In Memory

Douglas Dall - Class Of 1958

Douglas C. Dall, of Saukville, peacefully passed away on November 21, 2019, at the age of 79. Doug was a loving husband to Elizabeth (nee Westfall) for 59 years and father to David (Nancy) Dall of Gilbert, Arizona; Allison (Jeffrey) Knox of Whitefish Bay; and Dean (Laura Pacyga} Dall of Sheboygan. He was also a cherished grandfather to Heather, Charlie, and Max Dall; Zoey Knox; and Dominik, Devin, and Baylor Dall. He is further survived by his sisters Judy (Mark) Best and Patricia (the late Tom) Pohl, and sisters-in-law Barbara (the late John) Runge and Polly (the late Robert) Westfall, as well as many beloved nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, other relatives, and dear friends.

Doug was born in Milwaukee on March 4, 1940, to Cyril and Maxine Dall, who preceded him in death. A 1958 graduate of Washington High School, he married Beth on September 10, 1960 at Trinity Presbyterian Church. Doug was employed as a Senior Process Engineer for 40 years at Modern Equipment Company/Kuttner in Port Washington. During his career, he had the opportunity to experience such faraway places as Germany and India.

With Beth, he enjoyed traveling across the United States, especially to Arizona and Texas to visit family, to the summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles in 1984 and Atlanta in 1996, to numerous National Parks, on an Alaskan cruise, and to Hawaii. Many happy years were spent at their cottage in Winneconne, where family and friends gathered. An avid fisherman and hunter, Doug fondly recalled his adventures caribou hunting in Canada and moose hunting in Canada and Alaska. His passions also included camping, golfing, snowmobiling, biking, carpentry, cribbage, cheering for the Green Bay Packers (he was in the stands at the 1967 Ice Bowl at Lambeau Field!), and, most importantly, sharing his love of nature with his seven grandchildren.

The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses, therapists, and other caregivers at Aurora Hospital—Grafton and Lawlis Family Hospice.