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Alton Duane Kruckeberg Jr.

December 5, 1970 — June 8, 2022

Appleton

 

Alton Duane Kruckeberg Jr, 51, passed away on June 8, 2022 after a 5-year battle with Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS).

Per his request, no services will be held.  Family will get together on July 3rd for a private celebration of life in Kimberly, Wisconsin at Alton Kruckeberg III’s home. There will be fireworks at dusk. If you are interested in attending, please contact a close family member for the exact location.

Alton was born in Appleton Wisconsin on December 5, 1970 to his mother, Katherine Ann (Suhuski) Kruckeberg and Alton Duane Kruckeberg Sr. Alton has five siblings: De-Etta, Jerry, James, William and Gilbert. His siblings would describe him not only as a brother but a mentor and great friend. He was patient, empathetic and willing to help anyone in need. On August 8, 1998, Alton married Tracy Eileen Kruckeberg and together they started a beautiful life with their daughters; Ashley, Amanda and son, Alton III. He worked at Presto Renolds and was known to be an extremely hard worker who was able to accomplish anything he put his mind too.

Alton’s adored spending time with loved ones while watching Green Bay Packer games, golfing, and playing cards. He had a love for competition and could turn anything into a game.

Alton is survived by his wife, Tracy; his daughters, Ashley and Amanda; his son, Alton III; his siblings, De-Etta, Jerry, James, William and Gilbert; his grandchildren, Jayd, Ryder, Hope, Ezekial, Clayton and Jenson; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

The loss of a loved one leaves a heartache that no one can heal but love leaves a memory that no one can steal.

Preceded in death by Katherine Ann (Suhuski) Kruckeberg and Alton Duane Kruckeberg Sr.

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