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Robert Hoerth
May 24, 1954 - Jan. 20, 2020
Chilton, WI
Funeral Service:
Monday, Jan. 27, 2020
11:30 am
Good Shepherd Catholic Church
54 E. Main St.
Chilton, WI 53014
Funeral Visitation:
Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wieting Family Funeral Home
411 W. Main St.
Chilton, WI 53014
Monday, Jan. 27, 2020
9:30 am - 11:00 am
Wieting Family Funeral Home
411 W. Main St.
Chilton, WI 53014
Robert Hoerth
Chilton, WI

Robert Clarence Hoerth, age 65, of Chilton, died doing what he loved on Monday, January 20, 2020 following a snowmobile accident.  He was born May 24, 1954 in Fond du Lac, son of Clarence & Colleen (Liebzeit) Hoerth.  Robert married his soul mate and partner both in life and business, Judi Brantmeier on November 7, 1998 at First United Methodist Church in Appleton.  

It was Robert that introduced the love of wresting to the family, which has continued for generations.  For 2 years he was the head coach for the Chilton High School Wrestling Team. He looked forward to his own grandchildren’s wrestling careers and attending their wrestling meets.  

Robert grew up on a farm and even spent a portion of his youth working on his Grandpa Al’s farm.  At a young age, Robert quickly learned that he wasn’t a fan of milking cows, but fell in love with working the land and dreamed of one day operating his own harvesting business.  Robert and Judi laid out a plan and began the operation of Hoerthland Custom Services.  Blessed beyond measure, Robert’s eyes would light up many times knowing he was doing what he loved and spending time in the fields hauling in the best crops.

Robert started dating the love of his life Judi in 1997.  He always told her she was the “most beautiful woman in the room.”  He made her feel so loved that he would leave love notes in random places and would buy gifts just because.

Robert’s love of family was self-evident.  He looked up to his parents and through the years the bond has only became stronger.  With so many siblings there are countless stories to tell.  In Robert’s eyes, his four daughters meant the world to him and he treated them with unconditional love. When he married Judi, he gained two additional children that he treated as his own.  His pride and joy is all his grandchildren.

 Robert was always looking for a fun time whether it be playing sheepshead, poker, bean bags and much more.  A favorite pass time would be teasing any person around him.   He also enjoyed dancing and singing to the oldies.  He was especially prized hosting the Hoerth Family Christmas Gathering in their shop. On his off months from the business he loved to cruise the trails on his snowmobile.  One place he really found peace and relaxation was on his lawnmower. It was where he would solve the world’s problems.

He was one of the kindest, gentlest and caring person who was adored by many.  Robert went out of his way to be a blessing to those around him.  He actively attended Good Shepherd Catholic Church and had been a former member of St. Elizabeth Catholic Church in Kloten.  Through his work, he was a member of the Midwest Forage Association and the Wisconsin Custom Harvester’s Association where he had also served as the association’s president.  Robert was a 13 year member of the Stockbridge Volunteer Fire Department, Calumet Sno-Trails and the Chilton Wrestling Club. 
 
Robert’s giving nature will continue to live on through others as an organ donor.  He will be greatly missed by all those who knew him, loved him, and appreciated his presence in their life. 

Survivors include his wife: Judi; his parents: Clarence & Colleen Hoerth; his children: Jill Hoerth and her fiancé Tom Bailey; Casey (Keenan) Anhalt; Jennie (Jerod) Satzer; Bobbie Jo (Fernando) Gonzalez; Karina Mae;  Nathan (Jayme Roberts) Van Wychen; 9 grandchildren: Dylan, Kaylee & Amber Anhalt; Ayla & Harper Satzer; Hunter & Riley Jo Heller; Solen Desano; Kynslee Van Wychen; his siblings: Donna (Russ) Grunze; Doris Popp; Mike Hoerth; Linda (Joe) Theilman; Lyle (Patti) Hoerth; John (Sharon) Hoerth; Gerald (Michele) Hoerth; Gary (Lisa) Hoerth; Wayne (Mary) Hoerth; Kevin (Peggy) Hoerth; Tammy (Dave) Augsburger; Judi’s Siblings: Bruce (Marcy) Brantmeier; Tom (Marie) Brantmeier; Pam (Loren) Asche; Amie Brantmeier; Tony (Pam) Brantmeier; his godchildren: Tina Helphrey, Chad Kasper, Josie Neuman & Ayden Hoerth; his godfather: Jim Liebzeit; his beloved furry sidekick: Shiloh; and his dedicated team at Hoerthland Custom Services.  He is further survived by numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. 

He was preceded in death by his grandparents: Al & Jennie Hoerth, Roland & Marge Liebzeit; a nephew: Nicholas Kleinhans; nephews and godchildren: Kyle Popp & Adam Hoerth; a brother-in-law: Layne Popp; Chris Brantmeier; Mark Brantmeier; his godmother: Delores Roehrig.

Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11:30 am on Monday, January 27, 2020 at Good Shepherd Catholic Church (54 E. Main St.) in Chilton with Rev. Jon Thorsen officiating.  Burial will follow in the St. Elizabeth Catholic Cemetery.  Friends may call at the Wieting Family Funeral Home (411 W. Main St.) in Chilton from 3:00 pm until 7:00 pm on Sunday, January 26, 2020 and on Monday at the funeral home from 9:30 am until 11:00 am.  A prayer service and time for stories will take place at the close of visitation on Sunday evening at the funeral home.  

Memorials given in the name of Robert Clarence Hoerth are appreciated. 

“See ya later, alligator!” 

My Dearest Robert, I don’t even know I can continue without you.  I know you would want me to be strong and keep moving forward and I will do the best I can.  I will miss so many things about you that I cannot even list them all.  Your love for me was never ending and I will so Cherish our 23 years together.  You were the most Amazing Husband and I thank you for that.  You will always be in my heart my Dear.  Until we meet again.  Love you so much!!

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Bob's smile and memories will always be remembered. Larry and Shirley

Shirley (Coffeen) Schneider (Classmate) - Jan. 26, 2020


So sorry for your loss, may God's love help you through your struggles. God bless you always.

Mike and Doris Bennin (Friends of family) - Jan. 26, 2020


Our deepest sympathies to all the Hoerth family. God bless!

Mark and Lori Fagg - Jan. 25, 2020


So saddened to hear this news Many prayers for the family, especially Clarence and Colleen. God be with you all.

Connie Vanden Heuvel (John Liebzeit Family) - Jan. 24, 2020


Judi and family: You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I hope the peace your family seeks, with understanding, will be with you now and always. Nyla (Bock) Musser

Nyla (Bock) Musser (High School Friend of Mother Colleen) - Jan. 24, 2020


Our hearts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

Maria Woldt (Wisconsin Custom Operators) - Jan. 24, 2020


My condolences Judi and family for the loss of Robert. What a shame to lose such a fine man. He was always so kind to me and my kids and had a hello whenever we saw him out and about. I pray you find peace and comfort in the days ahead.🙏❤

Kathy Kuhn (Friend ) - Jan. 24, 2020


This is one of the most beautiful tributes I have ever read. It speaks volumes of what life is about - family, values, love, respect of others. Bob brought so much to this community.
Know that he was loved by many, he touched alot of lives, he made a difference. Right now there are no words that can take the pain away. Just know Judi and the entire Hoerth family that Bob is no longer walking beside you but he is and always will be within you.

John & Lori Popp (Friend) - Jan. 24, 2020


Judi and family, I am so sorry to learn of your loss. May the memories you shared remain with you always! Peace and comfort to you in the days ahead.

Judy Woelfel (New Holstein) - Jan. 23, 2020


Sorry for your family loss. Think of you

Lisa Lane and Harvey Schneider - Jan. 23, 2020


When we were kids we always spent a week every summer on the farm. I learned to ride a two wheel bike there. I fell off many times, and every time I did, Bob stood there and laughed his happy ass off. Then he’d help me up and we’d do it all over again. By week’s end I looked like I survived WWIII! And as we grew older we had some good times at the “DUDE RANCH”! Thoughts and prayers to ALL of you. Love you guys ❤️❤️❤️

Mary Liebzeit (Cousin ) - Jan. 23, 2020


Robert was a friend. Some of us would go out together on Friday night and have great parties. I have fond memories of Robert.

Barbara (Nohr) Delger (Chilton School Classmate) - Jan. 22, 2020


Shocked and saddened to hear about the loss of Robert. Have had the pleasure to know him since the early 1970's. Have many memories of fun times with him both on and off the mat. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Bob & Donna Skubal (Coach/Friend) - Jan. 22, 2020


Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. I have very fond memories of Bob and the whole Hoerth family and all the great times we spent together. May the Lord guide you to comfort during this difficult time.

Joe & Linda Gebhart (Friends) - Jan. 21, 2020


May the peace and comfort of the Lord rest upon your hearts and souls during this heavy time in life.

T.Woelfel and S. Kaeser (Family friends) - Jan. 21, 2020


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