Gary John Walloch

Gary John Walloch, 68, of Campbellsport, Wisconsin. Found peace on August 28th 2023.  Gary was born October 1st, 1954 to John and Phyllis Walloch in Milwaukee, WI.

Gary started working at the age of 12 as a newspaper delivery boy, delivering newspapers with his bicycle. Gary graduated from Don Bosco high school in Milwaukee. He couldn’t attend his class graduation because he wouldn’t follow the school guidelines to cut his long hair. His first job as an adult was in the trades as a Drywaller. Gary then married Sandra Cleveland on June 2, 1979. For 10 years he worked at Northwest General Hospital in Milwaukee as a maintenance/fireman (boiler technician) before joining Sandy as a partner in Sandy’s printing business. He stayed working at the printing business until he retired.

One of his biggest joys was being a scout leader for the Boy Scouts in Campbellsport. He had many hobbies including shooting pool, watching/playing baseball, reading the Journal Sentinel from front to back always making sure to finish the crossword puzzle. He was drawn to the great outdoors from traveling across the country, camping every chance he could get to working around his own backyard. His greatest passion was his love for music. He was a talented base and guitar player. He played in many bands in his lifetime including Euphoria, Skyrock, Kicker and Theodore. 

Preceded in death by his parents John and Phyllis Walloch. Survived by his wife, Sandra Walloch; his three children Steven (Katie) Walloch, Kim (Nick) Kedinger and David “Boomer” (long time girlfriend, Terra) Walloch; grandchildren Mark Kedinger, Noah Kedinger, Shaun Kedinger, Madeline Kedinger and Ayla Walloch; his sisters Karen (the late Lyle) Kamlah and Patti (Joe) Krupa; in-laws Verna and the late Frank Cleveland; brother-in-laws Tom (Linda) Cleveland and Jim Cleveland. Further survived by many caring and loving nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, friends and his beloved cat, Maniac. 

A time of gathering and visitation to celebrate Gary’s life will be held on Wednesday, September 6, 2023 from 1pm to 6pm at Twohig Funeral Home, 109 West Main Street, Campbellsport.

Food and refreshments will be served all day.