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123 North Jackson Street
Cuba City, WI 53807
Phone: 608-744-2714
Fax: 608-744-3212
Harvey Brandt

Harvey V. Brandt

Monday, May 10th, 1943 - Saturday, March 21st, 2020
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Kieler, Wisconsin

Harvey V. Brandt, 76, of Kieler, Wisconsin, died Saturday, March 21, 2020, at Stonehill Franciscan Services, Dubuque, Iowa. A private service will be held at Immaculate Conception church in Kieler with Rev. Bernard Rott officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. A Memorial Service for the public will be held at a later date. Casey Funeral Home & Cremation Services of Cuba City is assisting the family.

Harvey was born on May 10, 1943, to Glen and Mary (Hentrich) Brandt in Jamestown, Wisconsin. He married Audrey M. Miller on June 7, 1986, at Lancaster, Wisconsin. Harvey was a worker his whole life. He started out working on the family farm and eventually ended up buying the farm and working there for many years. After farming Harvey went to work for Dubuque Insulation and Siding Company in Dubuque, Iowa. Harvey worked there for many years. After marrying Audrey, Harvey went to work for himself, he started his own business Harvey’s Repair. He put on many roofs and put siding on many houses over the forty plus years he worked for himself. Harvey and Audrey both were so proud of their two boys, Dan and Glen. Harvey and Audrey were always so pleased to hear from people that their boys were nice and caring boys. Audrey and he loved going for rides and going out for dinner. They also liked to welcome people into their home at Christmas, especially to see the Christmas Village. Harvey was also well known for always having a hobby. He especially enjoyed raising Checkered Giant rabbits for many years. Harvey also loved to be a joker and get people laughing. He was always known for putting a smile on anyone’s face he met. Harvey enjoyed and loved both of his grandsons, Rhett and Archer. He loved spending time and picking on them any chance he could get. Harvey will be very missed by his family and the community where he spent his whole life.

Survivors include his two sons, Daniel Brandt of Kieler, and Glen (Gretchen) Brandt of Dickeyville; two grandsons, Rhett Brandt and Archer Brandt; a sister, Millie (Gerald) Curtis of Potosi; two brothers-in-law, Jack (Pauline) Droessler of Dubuque, and Donald Lange of Dickeyville; along with many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Audrey Brandt; his parents Glen and Mary Brandt; and two sisters, Eula Droessler and Irma Lange.

The family offers special thanks to all dad’s nurses and doctors at Stonehill Franciscan Services, the Finley Hospital, Hospice of Dubuque, and especially Dr. Viner for his many years in helping dad with his many health complications, as well as to all of those who have prayed and offered support for dad and us throughout his illness.

A Harvey V. Brandt Memorial Fund has been established. Memorials may be sent to 3444 County HHH, Cuba City, WI 53807.
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    Immaculate Conception Cemetery
    3685 Cty HHH
    KIELER, WI 53812
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A private service will be held at Immaculate Conception Church in Kieler. A Memorial Service for the public will be held at a later date.


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Dan durley

Posted at 10:41pm
Harvey always had great humor and was a very hard working man. Thanks for all the work you have done for our family and prayers for your family. Dan Durley

Sue Rojemann

Posted at 03:37pm
Always loved you uncle Harvey! You teased me so, which I will always treasure. You were a very good man! As a young girl I loved it when we went for rides in your convertible! Thanks for the memories uncle Harvey! Susie

Kay Runde

Posted at 03:19pm
Harvey was such a hard working man, he worked the old fashion way! I remember Harvey working on the barn at our place that we live now. Harvey was shingling the big old barn roof here. As I watched this hard working man come down the tall ladder he would throw a bundle of shingles over his shoulder and up the ladder he would go to nail down that bundle! Soon as that bundle was in place down he would come down for another bundle!! I can t even imagine how many times Harvey went up and down that ladder to get that big barn shingled!! But when he was done with the barn he did a perfect job. Now I know where you boys got your good work ethics from both of your parents as I know your Mom was a hard working nurse too! God Bless You all at this sad time, your parents are receiving there rewards in Heaven, the greatest gift of all!!

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