DuWayne J Halbach
July 23, 1961 - Nov. 6, 2020
Chilton, WI
DuWayne J Halbach
Chilton, WI

DuWayne J. Halbach, age 59, of Jericho, formerly of Charlesburg, died on Friday, November 6, 2020 at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton.  He was born July 23, 1961 in Chilton, son of the late Earl & Monica (Buechel) Halbach.  

He married Linda Lisowe on September 18, 1993 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Jericho; together they had two wonderful daughters whom he was so very proud of with both of them pursuing careers in the medical field.  

Throughout his life, DuWayne worked at various jobs in the area, but his most recent was working for D.A.N. Konen Farms driving truck; a vocation he absolutely loved.

Sitting on the Yellow Seat of his John Deere tractor, DuWayne would often be seen mowing his lawn and the lawn to his neighbors just to make sure everything looked absolutely perfect.  

In his free time, DuWayne enjoyed snowmobiling, NASCAR races, cheering on the Wisconsin Badgers and never passed up a good round of Sheepshead.  Enjoying quiet times, he could also be found sitting outside relaxing, thinking of his next project or who he was able to help next.  He’d take drives to the lake in an effort to make sure nothing had changed and enjoy the beauty of the eastern side of Lake Winnebago.  At family gatherings, DuWayne would recall and retell stories of the ‘good old days’ and often started his narratives with, “Remember when….”.

He was the best husband and father to Linda, Tiffany & Kelsey.  He was the greatest brother a sister could ask for and was always there to help out in any way he could whether it be an in-law, neighbor, cousin, or friend.  He will be greatly missed by all those who knew and loved him.  

He is survived by his wife: Linda; his daughters: Tiffany Halbach & Kelsey Halbach; his sister: Sharon Halbach & her friend Tom; his mother-in-law: Lucille Lisowe; his brothers-in-law: Eugene (Arlene) Lisowe, Paul (Marcia) Lisowe, Dan (Judy) Lisowe, Steve Lisowe and friend Jennifer, Terry (Gail) Lisowe; and very special God Parents: Allen & Chris Halbach and their family. He is further survived by numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.  

He was preceded in death by his parents: Earl & Monica Halbach; a brother: John; his grandparents: Alois & Catherine (Boehnlein) Halbach, Clemens & Margaret (Heimermann) Buechel; his father-in-law: Marvin Lisowe; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends and his furry companion Rascal.  

In an effort to keep all healthy, private family gatherings and services are taking place.  Burial will be in the St. Charles Catholic Cemetery in Charlesburg.  There will be a public celebration of DuWayne’s life at a later date.  

DuWayne’s family would like to thank the staffs of Calumet Medical Center and St. Elizabeth Hospital for all of the care that they’re providing, not just for DuWayne, but all those who are in need of care. 

Linda and girls, Halbach and Lisowe families - our deepest sympathy to all of you.

Bill & Kris Hansen - Nov. 10, 2020

So very sorry for your loss Linda. Words cannot express my sincerest condolences. Know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless all of you during this challenging time.

Marilyn Lisowe - Nov. 9, 2020

Volleyball. Tournaments. Quinney. “Remember when...” Laughs. Friendships. Bowling on ice. Charles house party. Linda and Wayne’s wedding... all memories that are cherished. Sending love. Strength. Courage.

Sheila Oakley (Friend ) - Nov. 9, 2020

We sure have great memories of your loving husband and father; DuWayne always had a heart of gold, we all know that; he now is where we all pray to be someday; many leave this world at a young age; yes, he too was too young! One that sticks in our minds is him being a member of the "Us Guys Construction" team; I am sure the members that have gone before him; are now building in heaven!! This makes us chuckle! Many great memories of DuWayne from the Calumet Sno-Trails club, his dedication will never be forgotten! The memories of being a very dedicated worker will forever be in our heart! As time moves along, speak openly of him, cherish the great times & know that he is forever with you ...Always ! Hang tight... until you meet again!

Ken and Sherrie Schaefer (Friends) - Nov. 9, 2020

With our deepest sympathy so sorry for your loss

Greg and Beverly Fesing - Nov. 9, 2020

Please accept our sincere condolences at this time of sadness.

Chuck & Ann Reichwald (Friends) - Nov. 9, 2020

Our deepest sympathy to the Linda , Tiffany , Kelsey and Family of DuWayne.
Words cannot express how much we will miss him "sense of humor" and "stories" that DuWayne had. As I helped out on Saturday morning I had texted Linda that I'm sure he is watching down on us and your response was he was making sure you were doing it right. He was so willing to help other drivers out and Rich just commented on " What a Big help he was" They have long days and so many hours of dedicated time that we couldn't always thank him enough for always being there. Dad and Mom and of course Marvin, I'm sure all welcomed you into Heaven as you probably joined right in on their card game, which Joan just said "we need to get together again when things get better." Watch over all of us here at D,A.N. Konen Farms because you were one hell of a great employee/friend to all of us.
With such sadness and tears, Rest in Peace Buddy.
All of us at the farm, Dan & Ann Nick & Michelle & Family

Ann Konen (Great Friend / Employer) - Nov. 8, 2020

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