Albert Wilke II

Albert F. Wilke II

Tuesday, November 19th, 1974 - Friday, October 23rd, 2020
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Albert F. Wilke II "Big Al" of Oak Creek, age 45 passed away Friday Oct 23, 2020.

Preceded in death by Father Albert F Wilke I, Nana Lucille Mielke, Grandma and Grandpa Wilke and Cousin Richard Conklin.

Loving son of Barbara A Robertson(Joel Ottoson) and brother of Eric E Wilke and Marnie L Wilke and Nephew Matthew Wilke. He is survived by other loving family members, Nicki and Jennifer, Aunt Betsy Robertson, Sandy (Tom) Tom Polacek, David (Jan) Robertson, Amanda (Chris) Senne, Chad Robertson, and other Aunts, Uncles, and cousins.

He was known on the South Milwaukee Football Team as "The Refrigerator". He loved wrestling, anime, Marvel, DC comics. He was a great friend to many, always there for anyone. His kind heart and gentle spirit will be missed by all.

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Rob Ottoson

Posted at 04:15pm
Albert was a cool, calm, funny and clever guy. He always had the best political commentary and great tastes in movies and t.v. programs. He was gentle and kind and deeply cared for his family. I will miss you. Rob Ottoson

Kate Jozefiak

Posted at 08:12am
So sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers. From the Cruz family. Rebecca, Rick, Mario, Brenda, Nathen, and Kate. God Bless you all!!!
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Joel Ottoson

Posted at 07:23am
One of finest men I have ever know. I will miss his " Hey Pretty Lady" Greeting forever.

Scott Kleczka

Posted at 08:41pm
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Elliott Hull

Posted at 08:22pm
Gone way too soon. To the family I extend my condolences and deepest of sympathy. I will keep you all in my prayers. Albert and I by chance the summer between freshman and sophomore year had the opportunity to hang out a bit. I remember one afternoon in particular when he and I were walking the railroad tracks behind Bucyrus Erie stumbled upon a few intact but old window panes. While doing what most young teen boys would do which is obviously smash them up I cut the palm of my hand. Albert being the gentle giant he was took the shirt off his back and wrapped my hand until we got to my house where he proceeded to help me get it cleaned up and bandaged. I probably could have used a few stitches but he and I made it work. We threw away his t-shirt and I sent him home in one of my too small for him flannel shirts. That is my cherished memory of Albert. R.I.P. my friend.

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