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Weston William Bressler
14 février 1928 – 19 juillet 2021
Weston William Bressler, 93, of Loves Park, IL, passed away peacefully at home on July 19, 2021. He was born February 14, 1928, to Ralph and Alice Bressler in Milwaukee, WI., and relocated to Illinois as a young man. He proudly served in the US Marine Corp for seven years. Wes worked at Washburn Company where he met Joanne Keene and they were married in 1954. They had three children, Mark, Kim, and Ray. Wes was a Journeyman Electrician for Local 364 in Rockford for 46 years. Wes and Joanne loved time with friends, socializing and dancing at the Harmony Club, and later Wes also joined the Lombardi Club. They spent many years traveling, enjoying camping, fishing, skiing, golf, and flea markets. Family was a top priority, and Wes loved spending time with his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Wes volunteered for BraveHearts Therapeutic Riding program in Poplar Grove, MercyHealth Hospital, and Lockwood Park. In later years, he enjoyed going to his motorhome up north to camp and fish.
Survivors include his children, Mark (Barb) Bressler, Kim (Chuck Sanders) Massetti, and Raymond (Linda) Bressler; Grandchildren, Christine (Kai McCoy) Leonard, Allison (Adam Janik) Bressler, Daniel (Tessa) Bressler, Lucas Bressler, Tony (Daisy Soriano) Massetti, Jake (Lindsay) Massetti, Ryan (Elizabeth) Bressler, Tyler (Kelli) Bressler, Paige (Matt) Butler, Rachel Rivers, and Caden Rivers; Great Grandchildren, Lennon Leonard, Gianna Massetti, Tony Massetti, Christian Bressler, Faith Bressler, Lorelei Bressler, and Natalie Butler. He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Joanne; and brother, Raymond.
Private graveside services for the immediate family will occur. A Celebration of Life gathering will be scheduled at a later date. Memorials may be made to BraveHearts Therapeutic Riding program at the Bergmann Centre, 4950 Rt 173, Poplar Grove, IL. 61065.
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Weston William Bressler
3 août , 2021
So sad to hear that uncle Wes has passed. I so miss all of the good times when my father Raymond, (the brother to Wes), was alive. The Bressler clan was the fun side of the family. Laughter and lots of talk. Hugs to the family!
Ann & Jim McDaniel
29 juillet , 2021
Jim has known Wes forever - worked at Byron Nuke plant together and rode together to work for years. I met Wes and Joanne in 1985, the same year I met Jim. Instant friends! What a great couple. We have enjoyed Wes immensely and admired his attitude and friendliness every time we saw him. Best guy in the world. He will be missed by many - family and friends.
Ron & Andi Hecker
24 juillet , 2021
Ron & I met Mr. & Mrs B. when we became good friends with Mark in high school. The Bressler family was like Leave it to Beaver show on TV at that time. We loved hanging out with this family. Mr. B. was a sweet, kind, sole that I ever met in parents. He lived a good life, and loved his family. He will be missed, but never forgotten. 💙
23 juillet , 2021
Mr. Bressler was one of the good ones. A good neighbor for literally my entire childhood. Condolences to the entire family. Sending prayers.
23 juillet , 2021
I will greatly miss Wes, his love for life and his great booming laugh. I feel fortunate to have known Wes when I was a little girl and then as a grown woman. He always made me feel special and loved. I also know that Wes loved my dad and I have no doubt that the two of them are sharing some laughs and probably more than a few drinks up in heaven. Rest in peace, Wes.
22 juillet , 2021
The first time I met Wes was when I was cutting a tree down in Kim's front yard and this white haired man kept peeping around the corner.He looked then went to another corner and looked. Finally he says you might want to stop doing that she will expect that all the time. When Kim came home she asked how it went, I said fine but your nosey neighbor kept watching me.I told her what he said, then she tells me that was her dad. ( After all those years I looked back and realized how right that white haired man was.) Loved him as he was my own dad. R.I.P. WES.