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Joseph "Joey" F Hoerth
Nov. 29, 1954 - Apr. 11, 2017
Sheboygan, WI
Funeral Service:
Friday, Apr. 28, 2017
6:00 pm
Wieting Family Funeral Home
411 W. Main St.
Chilton, WI 53014
Funeral Visitation:
Friday, Apr. 28, 2017
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wieting Family Funeral Home
411 W. Main St.
Chilton, WI 53014
Burial Service:
Saturday, Apr. 29, 2017
10:00 am
St. Mary Catholic Cemetery
Moore Road
Hilbert, WI 54129
Joseph "Joey" F Hoerth
Sheboygan, WI

Joseph F. “Joey” Hoerth, age 62, of Sheboygan, died on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at his home in Sheboygan. He was born November 29, 1954 in Fond du Lac, son of the late Roman L. & Dolores (Heimerl) Hoerth. Joey never married in life because he said he could never find anyone as charming and alluring as his sisters.

Earlier in his life, Joey operated Joey’s Tap in Stockbridge. During his days in Stockbridge, he also volunteered with the Stockbridge Fire Department and sat on the Fireman Legion Park Board where he had served as Past President. He had been a member of the Harbor Fishing Club and tended to the ball diamond in Stockbridge for the Youth Baseball League.

Joey spent many years on Lake Winnebago Sturgeon Spearing, and although the sport was fun, Joey especially appreciated the camaraderie and the beer samplers the season brought on. In his free time, Joey collected beer paraphernalia and enjoyed cooking; he was especially fond of making home made salsa and baked beans for family and friends. He looked forward to spending time at his place in Wausaukee, especially trips to Bear Point with his friends.

Joey was a loving Uncle who looked for ways to have fun and make sure life wasn’t taken too seriously. He had a big heart and looked out for those around him who maybe needed a helping hand. In recent years, he did a lot of volunteering for the Salvation Army and was tasked by Santa Claus to be one of his special helpers at Christmas Time. Those who knew Joey loved him and will miss him greatly.

Survivors include his sisters: Sue (Marty) Seckel, Mary Muellenbach and her partner, Sande Janagold, Alice Ruliffson, Janice (Skip) Olson, Ann (Rudy) Propson, Betty (Dick) Schumacher; a brother-in-law: Ron Muellenbach; and a great friend and neighbor: Julie Hemb. He is further survived by many nieces & nephews who were close to his heart, other relatives and friends.

Joey was preceded in death by his parents; and a brother-in-law: Casey Ruliffson.

Funeral service will be at 6:00 pm on Friday, April 28, 2017 at Wieting Family Funeral Home (411 W. Main St.) in Chilton. Burial will be in the St. Mary Catholic Cemetery in Stockbridge. Friends may call at the funeral home from 3:00 pm until 6:00 pm on Friday, April 28, 2017.
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Oh, so many memories were made at Joeys Tap! Joey, you were a good friend & we will never forget you. There were alot of good times at the bar. Thanks for all the memories you brought to all who knew you. RIP

Mostly & Shelly Jost (Friends) - Apr. 27, 2017


I will remember Joe with the open, accepting and exuberant face and personality to match that he always presented. My condolences to Joey's wonderful family and friends.

Trish Hoerth (Cousin) - Apr. 24, 2017


I will remember Joe with the open, accepting and exuberant face and personality to match that he always presented. My condolences to Joey's wonderful family and friends.

Trish Hoerth (Cousin) - Apr. 24, 2017


My thoughts and appreciation for Joey and our family members.

Gary Hoerth (Cousin) - Apr. 23, 2017


My condolences to the Hoerth family. Joey was such a good guy. I doubt you'll ever find another like him. Kind, considerate, sweet, friendly, all around great man. He will be missed by many.
R I.P. Joey

Kathy Kuhn - Apr. 22, 2017


So, I am up north, in this bar, its packed, and I finally get the bartenders attention, he comes down, and he says that I got a candy bar coming on the guy on the other end of the bar, I am like,what the heck! Here its Joey! Loved that guy! Joey was always a lot of fun. He was also a great friend, and would help anyone he could, We will miss him very much. Our sympathy goes out to the family. I will share a hersheys bar with you again some day, my friend!

Jim@Ann Holzer (Friends) - Apr. 18, 2017


I have so many wonderful memories of Joey to many to mention. From bartending for him to road trips with him! He was caring to everyone! He will surely be missed but not forgotten!! You all have my deepest sympathy for your loss of Joey(The Whoop) as everyone called him! REST IN PEACE Joey!! You sure have left your mark on a lot of hearts and will miss ya!!

Vicki Zahn (Friend) - Apr. 17, 2017


To Joey's family.
Please accept my condolences and sympathy.
Joey became his own legend at a very young age. There are a couple of generations of "kids" who knew of Joey's Tap and who Joey was before they were even of age to frequent there. He was a kind soul, liked by everyone. He gave generously of his time and talents.
May your memories and everyone else's help you at this time.
Sincerely,
Jamie Rozman

Jamie Rozman (friend of kids) - Apr. 17, 2017


Joey was a great friend. Although I hadn't seen him much in recent years the " Joey " stories never stopped, and there were many to choose from. We had some great times in Mercer and Hayward. He will be missed.

Larry Hemauer (Friend ) - Apr. 16, 2017


Our memories are far too many to list. All of them are priceless. The one that comes to mind is when he went away for a weekend ,and let his sister Betty and I in charge.We gave the bar a makeover. The newly waxed floors were so slippery the bar stools slid all over. Joey was so mad !! He just shook his head,and had to strip the floor after his long weekend. You will be missed.

Marilyn& Tom Behnke (Joey was not only a classmate but a great friend to both of us.) - Apr. 15, 2017


The great memories with Joey are endless. What stands out to me most about Joey was how important it was to him that everyone around him was happy. He took pride in other people's joy and what a great trait that is. The softball team Years will never be forgotten. Thank you Joey.

Dave Goeser (Friend) - Apr. 15, 2017


Joey was always a great friend to us both. Always cared about everyone, putting himself last. Visiting with Lisa this weekend, she recalled when she and Scott were younger, walking home from church and Joey was cleaning the bar, he would stop them and have them come in and grab a candy bar! Great memories of a wonderful person!

Grubby and Ginny Marose (Friends) - Apr. 14, 2017


There are so many memories of Joey. He was one great guy with a big heart. Loved that man. One very good memory is our Brewer Spring Training Trip to AZ in mid to late 80's. We took a trip over to San Diego out of Tucson so we got real close to the Mexican border. We were stopped by border police. Joey was worried he was going to be deported and us in the car were not making it too easy on him. Another memory of the trip was when we were at one bar (and we were at many), he said to the bartender, give me a shot of the three worst tasting booze you have in the bar, and then he drank it. Once again, Joey was one of a kind, caring and giving. What fun playing on his Joey's Tap softball team. Yes he is going to be missed.

Mike Schmidlkofer (Friend) - Apr. 14, 2017


My dad George Bauer would be very saddened by the passing of Joey my dad loved teasing Joey about his height.We are all saddened by this lose

Joan allard (Friend) - Apr. 14, 2017


Joe will be missed. He was a good friend. My girls adopted him. Uncle Joe as they called him. He always had something for them.
Our hearts go out to his sisters. He thought so much of his family.
God has a new Angel.
God Bless

Bob & Fern Meyer (Friends) - Apr. 14, 2017


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