Charles M. Von Rotz

Charles “Chuck” Mandus Von
Rotz, 90, of Fond du Lac,
died Thursday, December 22, 2016, at home.


He was born on January 7,
1926, in Fond du Lac,
a son of Alphonse and Beatrice Kilmer Von Rotz. 


Charles was drafted in the
eleventh grade into the U.S. Navy, serving in World War II on a cargo ship,
U.S.S. Shoshone, from 1944-1946.  On
April 5, 2012, Chuck truly enjoyed going on the Honor Flight.


On October 30, 1948, he
married Jane Beyer at Immanuel-Trinity
Lutheran Church


Chuck graduated from Fond du Lac High School on June 9, 2005, with the
Class of 2005, receiving his diploma at the age of 79.


He worked for Olson
Transportation, CW Transport, and Pinkerton Security.  He was a member of Immanuel-Trinity Lutheran
, where he served
as a money counter and an usher.  Chuck
was a longtime member of Eagles Aerie #270 F.O.E.  He enjoyed woodworking, hunting, and playing
cards with family on Friday nights.


He is survived by his wife,
Jane Von Rotz; three children: Robert (Judy) Von Rotz of Fond du Lac, Patricia
Plout of Fond du Lac, and Kenneth (Rosemarie) Von Rotz of Fond du Lac; three
grandchildren:  Jessica (Kurt) Von Rotz Witt,
Robert Jr. (fiancée, Chrisy) Von Rotz, and Jeanne (special friend, Tyler) Von
Rotz; four great-grandchildren:  Michael
Von Rotz, Anthony Haddy, Mason Von Rotz, and Piper Von Rotz; a
step-granddaughter, Jackie Plout; and two sisters-in-law:  Lucille Von Rotz of Milwaukee
and Caroline Dilling of Fond du Lac.


He was preceded in death by
his parents; his father and mother-in-law, Herbert and Carol Beyer; a
son-in-law, Tim Plout; three brothers: 
John (Faye), Don, and Al (Ginger); a brother-in-law, Robert Dilling; a
niece, Cynthia Rodensal; and grand-dogs: Fred and Hershey


VISITATION:  The visitation will be from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. on
Tuesday, December 27, 2016, at Kurki-Mach Funeral Chapel & Crematory, 31 East Division Street, Fond du Lac, and on Wednesday, December 28,
2016, from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. at Immanuel-Trinity
Lutheran Church
20 Wisconsin American Drive,
Fond du Lac


SERVICE:  The funeral service will be held at 10:30
a.m. on Wednesday at Immanuel-Trinity
Lutheran Church

with Rev. Tom Meyer officiating.


Entombment will be in the
Shrine of Rest Mausoleum at Ledgeview
Memorial Park
military rites conducted by the American Legion Trier-Puddy Post 75.


The family would like to
thank the Generations Hospice girls: Heather, Kim, and Fawn; and family friend,
Kay Stubbe and dog, Milo.


Kurki-Mach Funeral Chapel
& Crematory is serving the family,    920-921-4420