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Rodney G. Mauch Obituary



Sorry to hear that Rod had passed away. Now he is at peace & not suffering. Rod was a long time friend. Rod always called me tomata when he came into the company where I worked. Jim was one of the Monday breakfast group for a long time. Jim enjoyed getting together with Rod & the other guys. Rod will be greatly missed by us.


Posted by: Jim & Judie Schneider - Cave Creek, AZ   Dec 03, 2012

Please know that our thoughts are with you. May the peace which comes from the cherished memories of love from Rodney comfort you. Sincerely, Dan and Beth


Posted by: Dan and Beth Wandsnider - Laona, WI   Dec 03, 2012

Getting to know Rodney and being a part of his life was a pleasure from the first day. Rodney thought of others and would give anything he could to the people he knew. He could talk to anyone about anything from sports to interior decorating. In talking to him for a short time you knew he loved his family. We are truly blessed to have known him and will never forget him. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Mauch family and Aunt Debbie during this time.


Posted by: Don and Katie Katzer - Racine, WI   Dec 03, 2012

The first time I met Rodney, I instantly liked him! He was very fond of my mother and he made her very happy. I only wish they could have had more time with each other. He was such a postitive man and he was a joy to talk to. His love of sports is something I will always remember about him and I will miss talking baseball with him. He was such a kind soul and he will surely be missed by many.


Posted by: Corey Scheel - New Berlin, WI   Dec 03, 2012

Our dear sweet Rodney has left and gone to Heaven to tell jokes,show love and make everyone laugh and feel loved! Our times together were filled with laughter and fun,and Rodney left this world a better place because of it! We love you Rod and will take good care of Debbie for you! Till we meet again dear friend,God bless!


Posted by: Brett and Becky Armbruster - Jackson, WI   Dec 02, 2012

My condolances to the Mauch family and Debbie. Rodney was a very kind man who we will certainly miss.


Posted by: Sheri Katzer - Jackson, WI   Dec 02, 2012

I worked with Rodney for many years in the Elm Grove West center. He always had a smile for you and a joke to keep others smiling. Many times during peak or a snowstorm, I helped deliver around the lake. Several years after his retirement, Rod continued to come back to UPS in September to help us kick off our annual United Way campaign, and we really appreciated his help. As the Pewaukee Lake driver- often times his favorite saying

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Posted by: Dan Guendert - Wauwatosa, WI   Dec 01, 2012

My funny Uncle Rod was one of a kind. He showed me how working hard, being nice to people, and showing love and support to your family, really is the BEST life to live. I'm sad my children will not know my Uncle Rod but I will definitely be teaching them some Rod jokes like how to shake hands with a farmer and fisherman and of course the Polish trailer! I have fond memories growing up of always having a

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Posted by: Gretchen Changamire - Clearwater, MN - niece   Dec 01, 2012

You always had a smile on your face, you made everyone laugh with the great jokes you told (I still can't believe how you could remember so many), you were kind to everyone you met. You will be missed Rod. The Eckel Family


Posted by: Debbie Eckel - Muskego, WI   Dec 01, 2012

I first met Rodney probably 34 years ago at Bluemound Bowl when I was still part time at UPS. I remember bowling with Rodney up at the Teamster Bowling Tournament. Recently, I ran into him in retirement at Michaels Restaurant enjoying his retirement. He always had time for you and a joke to make you smile. You'll be missed here but welcomed in Heaven. God's Speed!


Posted by: Patrick Gleason - West Allis, WI   Dec 01, 2012