Charles R Lisowe
June 22, 1946 - Dec. 2, 2021
Chilton, WI
Funeral Service:
Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021
6:00pm
Wieting Family Funeral Home
411 W. Main St.
Chilton, WI 53014
Funeral Visitation:
Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021
1:00pm - 5:30pm
Wieting Family Funeral Home
411 W. Main St.
Chilton, WI 53014
Burial Service:
Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2021
11:00am
St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Stockbridge
5295 Moore Road
Hilbert, WI 54129


Charles R Lisowe
Chilton, WI

Charles R. “Chuck” Lisowe, 75, of Chilton, passed away December 2nd at Mercy Medical Center in Oshkosh. He was born June 22, 1946 in Appleton, Wisconsin, son of the late Norbert & Irene (Mortell) Lisowe and spent the last decades of his life at his farm with his wife, Connie (Jacobs) Lisowe.

Upon graduating from Stockbridge High School in 1964, Chuck joined the U.S. Army where he was stationed in Germany. Upon being honorably discharged, Chuck moved back to the Chilton area where he started his career before starting his own company, Chuck’s Septic, known for the famous catch-phrase, “You Dump It, We Pump It.” He also ran a tight ship at his bar, located in Quinney, where he was the founder of the Minnow Drinking Club and sponsored countless teams who sported the classic purple uniforms. 

Above all else, Chuck cherished family and freedom. He enjoyed taking his kids, grandkids, and great grandchildren on hikes on the ledge, on family hayrides to Polly’s,  showing them how to ride his horses, and taking life in with his many cherished family dogs. He also enjoyed spending time on the deck playing cards and games with his wife, Connie, and the many friends and family members that would visit them at their farm in Chilton. He never missed an opportunity to spend time with his family, whether that be catching a cup of coffee with his siblings or celebrating a special occasion with his kids, grandkids, and great grandchildren. Chuck had a cowboy spirit and was always willing to “tell it how it is,” a value that his friends and family members could always count on. He regularly took his horses on cross-country trips, often to meet up with his friends, especially “Cowboy” Jim Miller. Chuck had a strong work ethic, and encouraged his family members to be the best they could possibly be in everything they did. He will be forever missed by all those who knew and loved him.

Chuck is preceded in death by his parents, Norbert & Irene Lisowe, grandchildren, Alec & Benjamin Groeschl, and his in-laws, Stephen & Kathleen Jacobs. 

Chuck is survived by his wife, Connie (Jacobs) Lisowe, and their two children, Kayla Lisowe and Casey Lisowe (with his special friend, Becca); by his first wife, Sue (Hemauer) Lisowe and their four children, Wendie (Rick) Groeschl, Tracie (Jeff) Mindel, Kellie (Brian) Bartel, and Tim Lisowe and his fiancée Niki Grube. Grandchildren include Cassie (Casey) Rentmeester, Josh Groeschl and his special friend Tressa Evans, Mitch (Colleen) Groeschl, Gabbie Groeschl, Chace (Aubree) Mindel, Parker Mindel and his fiancée Macky Rehm, Isaac Bartel and his special friend Leigha Goeser, Jackson and Maddox Bartel, Gaven Lisowe and his special friend Lynzee Adkins, Olivia and Charlie Lisowe. Great grandchildren include Amelia, Bennett, and Cash Rentmeester, Tanner Walker, and Remi Mindel. Siblings include Ray (Gloria) Lisowe, Joan (Dick) Leitner, and Pat (Jim) Moon. Sibling-in-laws include Debbie (Paul) Roehrig, Dan Jacobs, and Dennis (Kimberly) Jacobs. Nieces and nephews include Lance (Kim) Lisowe, Chad Lisowe, Steve Leitner, Sher (Jim) Schaut, Brad (Christie) Leitner, Rhonda Lamers and her fiancée Mark Willems, Randy Moon and special friend Missi, Rob Moon, Tim (Marcia) Roehrig, Liz (Nick) Adcock, Michael Roehrig, Sara (Troy) Rusch, Steven (Melissa) Jacobs. Great nieces & nephews Autumn & Ryan Lisowe, Emily & Isabelle Schaut, Adam Leitner, Allie Schmahl, Spencer & Maddie Lamers, Lauren & Tessa Roehrig, Teagan Adcock, Wren Rusch, and Kaylee Jacobs.

Funeral service will be at 6:00pm on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 at the Wieting Family Funeral Home (411 W. Main St., Chilton). Burial will be in the St. Mary Catholic Cemetery located in Stockbridge. Friends may call at the Wieting Family Funeral Home from 1:00pm-5:30pm on Tuesday, December 7, 2021. To see flowers given to the family please click HERE
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Connie and family. Our sincere condolences on the loss of Chuck. Just found out this morning of his passing. And although we haven't seen him for sometime, we will always remember his smile and mischievous ways. He worked for my dad, Bill Goeser, which fostered his love for horses.
He will be missed. May you rest in peace my friend

Jim and Jan Goeser (Good friends) - Dec. 9, 2021


I am very sorry for your loss. Chuck was an amazing man and will be missed! He always knew how to make someone smile! May you rest easy bud. Fly high

Courtney (Family) - Dec. 8, 2021


So sorry for your loss, Connie & family! Such a wonderful, friendly man! So glad he visited us in AZ! So many memories! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all!

J.R. & Sherry Schmitz (Friends) - Dec. 7, 2021


Connie, Chuck sure was a stand up guy! Many laughs with him when he came into the gas station for coffee.My condolences to you, all of the kids, grandkids, siblings and friends. He will be missed. Rest in peace Chuck.

Kathryn Kuhn (Friend) - Dec. 6, 2021


My condolences goes out to the family chuck will be missed dearly with his heart of gold and spurt of god may he rest in peace

Shelly and Dan swette (Friends) - Dec. 6, 2021


So saddened to here the loss of your husband and father. Our thoughts are with your family. Our sympathy to you.

Chuck and Gloria Mairer (Friend) - Dec. 6, 2021


Very sad to hear. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. Had many unforgettable great times in downtown Quinney. God Bless!!

Roger & Kathy Woelfel (Friends) - Dec. 6, 2021


Dear Lisowe Family
My prayers and sympathy to you. Chuck was his own icon.
Many memories from years ago. May your memories sustain you.

Sincerely,
Jamie Rozman

Jamie Rozman (Friend) - Dec. 6, 2021


When we were in business, we relied on Chuck to pump out one of our catch basins for our warehouse periodically. It wasn’t till two years ago that I really got to know Chuck. We both worked part time for Phil’s Pumping. When we worked in the Freedom area, Chuck and I would share the ride to and from the farm we were hauling for. Chuck was a true patriot having served in the Army. We shared stories of our military service, along with stories of being in business. Chuck was always upbeat, always smiling and always had something positive to say about everyone he knew. I loved his sense of humor, and I always enjoyed his political take on things. Most of all, we became fast friends and enjoyed each other’s company. Connie, I can’t begin to tell you how sorry I am for you and your family. Chuck was a treasure, and I can only imagine how difficult these times must be. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. And I hope that the memories of all the good times can somehow sustain you. Chuck, we shall meet again one day, and we’ll both be driving Peterbilts! Godspeed!

Bob Miller (Friend) - Dec. 6, 2021


Out thought and prayers are with you and the family. Have a lot good memories of Chuck growing up as a neighbor and classmate.

Gerry Mayer
Class of 1964

Gerry Mayer (Classmate) - Dec. 6, 2021


Connie you and Chuck were so great. We will miss seeing him with you. Our Prayers and sympathy to you and your family.

Larry & Shirley Schneider (Friend) - Dec. 6, 2021


Tim, Niki, and Lisowe family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Hold onto those memories tightly and remember all the good times. They will carry you through??

Sara Mueller (Friend of Tim and Niki) - Dec. 5, 2021


My sincere sympathy goes out to Connie and entire family .A tremendous loss , so full of energy , fun , and strength . A real Patriot and joy to be around .I could go on and on but so could anyone else that was lucky enough to know him ! Thanks for a great run Chuck ,far to short all of us are going to miss your nothing is impossible and can I give you a hand ! GOD Bless

Gerry Steffen (Former neighbor and friendevmt) - Dec. 5, 2021


This is So Sad. Always a Friendly Guy. Take Good Care,Family, During This Tough Time.

Lois Wagner-Forstner (Fellow Stockbridge Person) - Dec. 5, 2021


This is So Sad. Always a Friendly Guy. Take Good Care,Family, During This Tough Time.

Lois Wagner-Forstner (Fellow Stockbridge Person) - Dec. 5, 2021


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