Adam Wilhelm Obituary, Death – Adam Wilhelm On Father’s Day, June 21, 2009, at the age of 87, he passed away with his family at his side in a peaceful environment. The occasion was Father’s Day. On June 21, we celebrated Father’s Day. Over the course of the previous 63 years, Mary has had a faithful companion (Buttl). Beloved father of Fr. Dennis Wilhelm, Sue Hotham and Bernie, Carol Rice and Jeff, Mark (Gus) and Katie and Michael, and Carol Rice and Jeff.
Also, belovéd grandfather of Mark (Gus) and Katie and Michael. In addition, he is the biological parent to Mark (Gus), Katie, and Michael. Before he was even born, Gerald, who had been his firstborn child, had already departed away. We are thankful for the amazing grandfather that you have been to not just us, but also to Brad and Anita, Allison and Jamie, Adam and George, Matthew and Crystal, Colin and Lacey, Patrick and Meggan, and Trevor and Taylor.
He is known as “Big Papa” to his four grandchildren, whose names are Jaxson, Avery, and Mason; he also has a great-grandson. One of his siblings was named Ann Strahl; he also had a brother named Nick and a twin sister named Kay Stanko, all of whom passed away before he did. He was the only member of his family to have lived to adulthood. Additionally, she leaves behind a sizeable number of nieces and nephews who will carry on her family name.
During World War II, Adam served his country by enlisting in the Royal Canadian Navy and spending a combined total of six years serving his country in locations other than Canada. In addition to that, he was a highly active member of Most Precious Blood Church for a lengthy amount of time, which precedes his membership there. He attended the church regularly. The Janisse Bros.
Marcotte funeral home, which is located at 1139 Ouellette Avenue, will be open for visitation on Tuesday from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The funeral home is owned and operated by Janisse Bros.-Marcotte. Additionally, visitation will be held on Wednesday from 2:00 to 5:00 pm and then again from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Eight o’clock in the evening is when the parish holds their service of evening prayer.