Gary Gale Malueg,75, Bonduel passed away peacefully at home after a long battle with cancer on March 27, 2021 surrounded by loved ones. Born on August 23,1945 in Suring, Wisconsin to the late Charles Sr. and Rose Elizabeth Malueg.
A 1963 Suring graduate, Gary worked on the family farm until getting hired to install commercial billboards. Shortly after he was hired as a specialized technician for over 30 years at General Motors Corp. During that time he met the love of his life, Dorothy Payette and were united in marriage on April 29,1967. After retirement Gary and Dorothy built their last home and turned the property into a beef farm until 2019 then went to cash crop.
Gary’s hobbies and passions were racing and snowmobiling in his younger years, woodworking, ice fishing, gardening, his pets and cattle, riding around on his kabota and tractors, hunting, packer games, rummage sales with Dorothy and enjoying time spent with family, friends and neighbors.
If there was anything ever needed to be done when it comes to anyone Gary was always there to help. He was a natural when it came to problem solving and repairing things, he was the go-to-guy. Leading up to his final days Gary still had his sense of humor and sassiness right to the end.
He is survived by his wife Dorothy. His Son Stacy Malueg and daughter Donna (Leonard) Peterson; Grand Children: Amanda and James Malueg, Kyle and Melissa Peterson; Great Granddaughter: Madeline Huxford. He is further survived by his sisters: Mona Redman, Goldie Lattimore and Sonja Naiman and many other relatives.
Along with his parents, preceding in death are three sisters: Myrna Wacker, Marsha Perez and Margo Julian and brothers Spencer and Charlie.
A personal thank you to all of those involved in caring for Gary up to his last moments here on earth.
Visitation for Gary will be held Saturday, April 10, 2021 at Friedens Evangelical Lutheran Church, 405 E. State St. Bonduel, WI. 54107 from 11 to 2 visitation followed by 2 PM service. Private Burial will be held Monday, April 12, 2021 at 11:00 am at Frieden Lutheran Cemetery. The cemetery is located near Slab City on Hwy 47.