Al Laskowski

Al Laskowski

Al Laskowski

Alois Mike Laskowski, age 87, of Arkdale, Wisconsin passed away Friday, November 12, 2021 at his home.

Funeral services will be 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 20, 2021 at the Arkdale Trinity Lutheran Church in Arkdale, Wisconsin. Pastor Terri Skildum will officiate. Interment will be at the South Arkdale Cemetery. Visitation will be 10 a.m. until the time of service on Saturday at Arkdale Trinity Lutheran Church.

Al was born February 3, 1934 in Thorp, Wisconsin to Anton and Frances (Matera) Laskowski. He served in the Army (from 1951-1954) and was a veteran of the Korean War. Al married Kathy Trewyn on January 9, 1960. The couple was blessed with six children. Alois worked at Sharon Foundry before moving to Beloit in 1964 where he worked for the City of Beloit until his retirement. They then moved to Arkdale – Al then worked for Villa Pines Living Center and the Potato Farms.

Al enjoyed campfires and listening to polka music, especially the Molly B Polka show on Wednesday and Saturday. Al enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and family.

Alois was a member of the Arkdale Trinity Lutheran Church.

Memorials may be directed in Alois’s memory to the Arkdale Trinity Lutheran Church.

Alois was preceded in death by his parents: Anton and Frances Laskowski; brothers: Frank, Tony, and Walter; sister, Verna; and son, Anton Laskowski.

Survivors include his wife, Kathy Laskowski of Arkdale, WI; Debbie of Alamo, TN; Raymond (Elizabeth) of Albany, KY; Sherry (Harry) McLellan of Friendship, TN; Brenda (Archie) Hayes of Brandon, FL; and Terry (Tamera) of Wisconsin Dells, WI; 14 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandson; brother, Leonard (Linda) of Big Flats, WI; sister, Irene; and sisters-in-law Barbara of Burlington, WI and Barbara of Texas.

Roseberry’s Funeral Home is assisting the family. Visit for online condolences and further information.

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  1. Ed Heideman says:

    My condolences and prayers Kathy. I always in joyed being with Al at different church functions working together. He will be missed.
    God bless you and your family.

  2. Heather Schuler says:

    I don’t remember Al, but I wish I could have met him. From what I have been told Grandpa was a fun loving man. You have three beautiful great granddaughters. I am sorry that we never got to meet. Say hello to dad for me

  3. Nancy Hogan Weber says:

    Kathy, I thought of you and Al over the years and always wondered if you were still in Beloit. You kindness in my bumpy road in the years at Sharon Foundry meant a lot to me. I am blessed to know you both and I pray for comfort for you and your family.

  4. Diana & Aurelio Callope says:

    Kathy, our sincerest condolences to you and your family. We will always hold dear the times we spent up north with you, Al, Pearl and Erwin. Peace to you.

  5. Julie and Bob Goodhue says:

    Kathy & family, Our sincere sympathy to you on the loss of Al. You are in our thoughts & prayers.

  6. Laurel Falash says:

    Such a nice man. Always so kind and sweet.

  7. Lloyd Waller says:

    Kathy, my sincere condolences to you and your families. I’m sure you will have many wonderful memories to cherish. God bless you all and take care.

  8. Beverly L Wolfram says:

    To the family of Uncle Al. Words can’t cover what a loss this is. He was one the most loving exceptional men I had the honor to call my Uncle and my friend. Love him dearly. We have such wonderful memories. Always in our hearts. Until we meet again, thank you for all the love you gave us, and love and miss you Uncle Al

  9. Pearl I Luebke says:

    Al. I will miss you. I love you very much. You were like a brother to me. I will be there for Kathy at all times. Love Pearl

  10. Dennis schulze says:

    Terry I’ll always remember how your dad woulg treat the neighborhood kids every time we came over there he treats us all the same I remember every morning your dad would give me a ride to school on the bus and he’s always ask me if either going to need it for school that day Al was a great guy it was great father to all your kids I have seen him in years but remember him like it was yesterday may he forever Rest In Peace

  11. Sarah Larson Barmore says:

    Mrs.Laskowski, I’m so sorry to hear of Mr.Laskowski passing. I have fond memories of him from when Sherry and I were in high school. May the love of family and friends surround now and in the days ahead. Thinking of you during this difficult time. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.


  12. Jim and Ardy Olson says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you Kathy and Sherry.

  13. Bill and Laurie Schroeder says:

    So sorry to hear of Al’s passing.We are sure Al is now enjoying cracker Jacks in heaven.

  14. Don Wilson says:

    Linda & I will always remember you for being kind to us. Will miss you Uncle Al. The only thing that wasn’t mentioned was how he Loved that rot gut Papst blue ribbon beer. 😂❤️🍻


    Dad I miss you dearly know we will take good care of mom for you. Love always Sherry

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