Chad Allen Wisneski, aged 54, died unexpectedly on November 15, 2022, following complications from a heart attack. He was surrounded by his loved ones. Chad was born in Green Bay, son of Gary Wisneski and Pamela Masten. He had four queens in his life, his wife Jackie, and three daughters, Melissa, Michelle, and Taylor.
Throughout life Chad was many things. Chad was a loving husband, an exceptional dad, and a goofy grandpa. He met the love of his life, Jackie, in 1991 and six short months later in March of 1992 they got married in Las Vegas with their two oldest daughters. Chad worked in HVAC his entire life but started his career with his Black Haak family in 2002. Most recently Chad was the HVAC Manager at Black Haak. He loved many people throughout his life, whether he saw them daily or saw them once a year, they never skipped a beat. Every relationship was meaningful to Chad. He was a very selfless man and never did anything half-way. Chad was a man of many hobbies. He loved all things outdoors, snowmobiling certainly being his favorite. He loved going fishing with Jackie and loved the days she reeled in the best catch of the day. Chad was talented in many ways and never liked to be idle. He could always find a project to keep him busy, and if he couldn’t, his four queens could. Chad was charismatic. Chad was funny. Chad’s personality was infectious. His love was never ending and those that love him will never let his love die.
Chad is survived by his wife: Jackie Wisneski; three loving daughters: Melissa (Aaron) Landskron, Michelle (Zak Mielke) Julius, and Taylor (Jeremy) Braun. His grandchildren are Ariya, Kaden, Jacob, Violet, Madison, Chloe, Brielle, and Skylar. He also leaves behind two sisters: Tracee Webster and her family and Sheila (Todd) Kronberg and their family. Also survivng are Chad’s step-mom: Sue Wisneski, an uncle Fred Masten, his mother-in-law: Marie Hudson, and brothers-in-law John Hudson, Jeff (Shelley) Hudson, Jerome Hudson, and Phil Webster.
Chad was preceded in death his father Gary Wisneski and a brother-in-law Douglas Hudson.
A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at the Capitol Centre, located at 725 W. Capitol Drive in Appleton from 1:00 PM until 3:00 PM. There will be a prayer service and sharing of memories at 2:00 PM.
Please join the family to remember Chad and join his family in his celebration.