Wesley Dale Mersman
May 3, 1952 – November 8, 2018
Wes Mersman passed away November 8, 2018. Wes served in the U.S Navy, loved his family, and will be greatly missed.
Wes was preceded in death by his parents and brother Doug Mersman. Survived by his wife of 41 years, Luanne Mersman, children Melisa (Shaun) McDougall and Michael (Natalie) Mersman; brother David Mersman and sister Cheryl (Jim) Mieras; brother-in-law Del Kleis and stepmother Maxine Mersman, and 8 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at Lakeshore Memorial, Tuesday, November 13, 6-7pm with visitation 1 hour prior and on Monday, November 12, 6-8p. Please visit www.lakeshorememorial.com
He is survived by his Wife of 41 years, Luanne Mersman, Children; Melisa (Shaun) McDougall, Michael (Natalie) Mersman, Brother David and sister Cheryl, Brother-in-law Del Kleis, Stepmother Maxine Mersman, and 8 grandchildren.
Wes was preceded in death by his parents and Brother Doug Mersman.
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- Visitation Monday, November 12, 2018
- Visitation Tuesday, November 13, 2018
- Celebration of Life Service Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Wesley Dale Mersman
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November 12, 2018
I only knew Wes through work at Royal Technologies, but I still consider him a good friend. Wes spent many hundreds - even thousands - of hours developing the products and the processes that transformed Royal from a plastic molder into the technology-driven product manufacturer it is today. Working with Wes was a pleasure for me. I often brought projects to him with an idea of how I wanted it to be accomplished and he immediately came up with 2 or 3 other ways to get it done or make it better. His mind was always working that way, and he could do amazing things with MDF tabletops and some Bondo. Wes had a level of dedication that was second to none, coming in early and staying late seemed to be the normal operating mode. I will miss his positive attitude and the laughs we could share even when working hard to meet a deadline or in a stressful situation. There will never be another Wes and I'm glad I got the chance to know and work with him.
Dave and Sue Vander Heide
November 8, 2018
Wes and I worked together at Prince Corp. for many years (I believe we played on a Prince basketball team together too!). We always had fun and he treated us so kindly. I remember many conversations at church too. Certainly was choked up when I heard about his death. Family, Sue and I express our deepest sympathy. Dave and Sue