David Joseph Biersteker Obit

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Biersteker, David Joseph (Joey) David Joseph (Joey) Bier-Hteker, Bier-Hteker, Bier-Hteker, 50, passed away peacefully on May 6, 2006, fallowing a recent diagnosis of lung canter. Ho iri survived by his mother, mother, Elizabeth 'Betty" (Beno) Biersteker, his grandmother, grandmother, Lorraine Lorraine Beno, two sisters and their families, Diane Biersteker Biersteker and her husband, Tom Erler, Sue Mattico and her husband, Jerry. Ho was preceded in death by his father, Lloyd Biersteker, grandparents George and Anna Biersteker and Norris Beno. David, called "Uncle Joey" by his nieces and nephews was always known as the "FUN" uncle. He is survived by two nieces, three nephews, and one great-nephew, great-nephew, great-nephew, Ben Erler and his wife, Crystal and their infant son, Tommy, Nick Erler, Annie Erler, Ken Mattice (fiancee, Shelley Bard) and Angic Mattice. A 1974 graduate of Green Bay West High, David attended attended the United States International International University for the Performing Performing Arts, San Diego Calif., and St. Norbert College, College, De Pere. He enjoyed singing and dancing all his life. After high school, he performed performed for three summers with the Kids from Wisconsin, and for many years participated participated as a dancer in the "Nutcracker" and "Cinderella" productions with Shirley Van and The Dance Company, as well as multiple musicals with Dudley Birder at St. Norbert College. Other interests interests included raising tropical fish, gardening and the annual annual reunion with family and close friends at Crivitz the week of July 4., David worked in the food and beverage industry since his college days, including international international cruise ships and several local restaurants. He was very proud of being part of the team that opened the Hard Rock CasinoHotel in Las Vegas, Nev., where he lived for several years. At the time of his death, David was an employee of Thornberry Creek Country Club. A celebration of his life and sharing of memories is scheduled scheduled for Friday, May 12, at St. Jude's Catholic Church, 1420 Division St., Green Bay. Visitation Visitation will take place at the church, beginning at 11 a.m. followed by a noon memorial service with the Rev. Pete Re-nard, Re-nard, Re-nard, O. Praem., officiating. Lyndahl Funeral home is assisting assisting the family with the arrangements. arrangements. Online condolences condolences may be expressed at www.lyndahl.com. Lyndahl Funeral Home and Cremation Services Lombardi Ave. at Ridge Rd. (920) 499-1223 499-1223 499-1223 i -I -I

Clipped from Green Bay Press-Gazette10 May 2006, WedPage 12

Green Bay Press-Gazette (Green Bay, Wisconsin)10 May 2006, WedPage 12
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