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Elmer Beimborn, 87, passed away Wednesday evening, October 7, 2020, at Emerald Bay in Hobart. The son of the late Gustav and Alma Beimborn was born April 25, 1933, in West Bend. Elmer worked as a carpenter most of his life. He worked long hours and took great pride in his trade. He used his carpentry talents to build the family home in Sheboygan on the Pigeon River.

Elmer was an avid outdoorsman; he loved hunting and fishing, often with his family in tow. Elmer was always very supportive of his daughter’s love for horses and his son’s love for the outdoors. After his kids were grown, Elmer and Ione moved to Tucson, AZ, where they ventured into the motel business. He moved back to Wisconsin ten years ago.

Survivors include his children: Paul (Judith) Beimborn, Sheboygan and Rolean (Mark) Wernicke, Sobieski; two grandchildren: Teagan Wernicke, Germany and Destin Wernicke, Texas; three brothers: Emil (Vera) Beimborn, El Paso, TX, Harold (Donette) Beimborn, Sheboygan Falls, and Ronald (Carolyn) Beimborn, Beechwood; two sisters: Lucille Knepprath, Saukville and Bernice Biever, Black River Falls; Paul and Rolean’s mother, Ione Beimborn, Mesa, AZ; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, an infant brother, Wilmer, and two brothers-in-law: Willard Knepprath and Leo Biever.

Funeral Services will be scheduled at a later date, when the COVID pandemic settles down a bit.

The family extends a special thank you to Elmer’s close friends: Paul Theis, Paul Kirshner, Roger Eastman, and Dale Krier for their kindness and compassion over the years.

Since it might not be possible to be with the family in person, you are welcome to send any cards of condolence to the funeral home (make sure you put the family’s name on the outside envelope and your return address) and we will forward your cards and messages to the Beimborn family.
Marnocha Funeral Home     P.O. Box 356      Pulaski, WI 54162

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