Mark A Moericke, of Pearson, died Saturday, October 20, 2012 at Langlade Hospital. He was 49 years old. He was born on October 11, 1963 in West Bend, a son of Roland and Kaye (Thompson) Moericke.
He was raised in West Bend and worked in a factory in Menominee Falls. Then for over 20 years he was an over the road truck driver residing in the northwoods.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing and camping.
He volunteered in the Civil Air Patrol having attained the rank of Lt. Colonel.
Survivors include two daughters Christa Moericke of Newburg, Nicole Budzinski of Jackson; two step-daughters Nancy and spouse Cory McCorkle of Merrill, Lisa and spouse David Kritz of Lincoln, California; six grandchildren Hailee, Sean, Emily, Caleb, Connor, Dawson; his father Roland of West Bend, mother Kaye of Green Bay, a sister Beth and husband Dale Moser of West Bend; three brothers Rod and wife Amy Moericke of West Bend, Christopher and wife Kristina Moericke of Wautoma, Randy and wife Michelle Moericke of West Bend; three half-brothers Dennis and spouse Bonita Moericke of Schiocton; Russ and spouse Nancy Moericke of Appleton, Victor Cabot of Texas; a half-sister Susanna Belongia of North Carolina; several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his step-mother Bobbette Erickson-Moericke.
A memorial gathering will take place at a later date.
Online condolences at www.bradleyfh.com
We extend our sympathy in the loss of your brother. God bless each of you. Lean on Jesus for your comfort and He will make you feel better.
When I recently lost my husband, a good friend to the Moericke family, Mark was one of the first people to stop at the house to offer any kind of support he was able to provide. We had such a great time reminiscing over the old "Lippert" days and bon fires up at Rollingstone. In honor of Bill, Mark gave me his medal from the service stating that if anyone deserved a medal for the things they did in their life, it was Bill. Mark was a truly unique individual and to know him was to love him. I'm sure he and Bill are enjoying eachother now and watching over all that they cared for. They will both remain forever near. With heartfelt sympathy to the entire family . .
the memory that comes to mind when I think of Uncle Mark is when I was 10. He and Uncle Chris took Kenny, Samantha and I to some type of party or concert (something like that) out in the middle of a corn field. We are talking 26 yrs. ago so my memory is a bit clouded but I always remember having fun when we would visit the Moericke side of the family in WI! He will be missed greatly! Sorry for the family's loss. God Bless
There are so many memories that seem like just yesterday. He was one of a kind. I don't remember a time in my life when he wasn't part of it. From a little girl to a grown adult he has always been there for me.
I will never forget all the embarrassing moments he gave me or how much he loved me. From him singing the best country songs to us camping with the family, it will always be in my mind.
Even though it has only been a short time, I miss him already. I can't believe he's not with us anymore...
My thoughts and prayers go out to the rest of the family.
Love you always
Our grandson Jackson with Uncle Mark....they were two peas in a pod :-)
Only Mark would do this at a wedding....wore a bathrobe because the invite said "Casual".... :-) Love ya Mark
Mark was very proud of his Brother (Chris) and nephew (Andrew)
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