Kevin J. Niec

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Kevin J. Niec, 50, Pulaski, passed away peacefully at home Monday, July 24, 2017, with his family at his side following a courageous battle with cancer. The son of Conrad and Elaine (Sikorski) Niec was born November 24, 1966, in Green Bay. Kevin was a 1985 graduate of Pulaski High School. He received an Associate’s Degree in instrumentation from NWTC and furthered his education at FVTC where he studied electrical engineering.

On September 4, 1993, Kevin married Beth Howell at Nativity of Our Lord Church in Green Bay. He worked for Georgia Pacific for 26 years where he made many friends; the majority of his years were spent in the E&I department and he ended his career in the engineering department. Kevin was a devoted husband and father. He enjoyed camping, fishing, traveling, riding his Harley, and woodworking with his family. Kevin also cherished hunting with his family and his best friend, Keith. He made many friends with the Pulaski Red Raiders marching band music boosters. Kevin was an avid collector of t-shirts, hats, and any “free” items he came across. His personality and sense of humor will be greatly missed and, “yes, Dan, Chevy is better than Ford.”

Survivors include his wife, Beth Niec, Chase; two daughters: Mackayla Niec, Madison, and Katie Niec, Chase; his parents: Conrad and Elaine Niec, Pulaski; his grandma, Helen Sikorski, Krakow; one sister, Debra (Bill) Bohl, Abrams; one brother, Steven (Wendy) Niec, Sobieski; one niece, Alesha Huffman; four nephews: Justin and Travis Bohl and Raymond and Louis Niec; Beth’s family: mother, Ilene Howell, and brothers: Bob Howell and his children and Bryan (Niki) Howell and their children.

Kevin was preceded in death by his grandparents: Raymond and Agnes (Shomberg) Niec and Louis Sikorski; two uncles: Michael Sikorski and Mark Niec; and one aunt, Barbara Niec.

The Funeral Mass was celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Friday, July 28th, at SS. Edward & Isidore Church in Flintville, Fr. Dave Hoffman presiding. Burial took place in St. Casimir Cemetery, Krakow.