170 Warren Avenue
 Hartland, Wisconsin 

Bruce James Schreck

 Bruce James Schreck - born in Milwaukee on May 8, 1933 died peacefully July 18, 2015.

He was preceded in death by his parents William and Geraldine (nee Bruce) Schreck, his brothers Raymond Schreck and William Schreck and sister Geraldine (Robert) Carrick.

Survived by his loving wife Robin, his sons Collin and Cody and his step-daughter Jes (Brent) Behling. Dear Son-in-law of Margaret and the late Alan "Bud" Walish and brother-in-law of Mark (Arlene) Walish.

In addition he is survived by his former wife Betsy and their children; Greg (Lynn) Schreck, Daniel Schreck, Laurie (Robert) Amstadt, Bryan (Liz) Schreck, Sally (Jason) Milz, Holly Schreck and Steve (Sonya) Schreck. Loving grandfather of Jeremy (Lynsey) Amstadt, Michael (Dana) Amstadt, Jessica Schreck, Brian Amstadt, Nicole (Andy) Hengel, Melissa (Josh) Boley, Adam (Ashley) Schreck, William Amstadt, Kelly (Tony) Shipley, Joseph Schreck, Scott Schreck, Michael Schreck, Rachael Hogan, Jordan Milz, Sabrina and Samantha Schreck. Adoring great grandfather of Emma Amstadt, Madison Brainard, Olivia Amstadt, Ethan Schreck, Ava Schreck, Jack Amstadt, Azalea Amstadt, Aubri Schreck, Weston Boley, Scarlett Hengel, Lucas Shipley, Anika Schreck, Isabell Williamson, and Harper Boley. Dear brother-in-law of Kathleen Schreck and Dawn Schreck.

He will be deeply missed by his family, friends and all who knew him.

Bruce was a family man and extremely proud of his children and grandchildren. He loved snowmobiling, Packer games, watching the Brewers, camping, boating, fancy cars, ice cream and his dogs. In his earlier years, Bruce was a member of the Holy Name Society and usher at Holy Cross Church. He had a long career as a mechanical draftsman at Allis Chalmers. He then worked for Clever Brooks, Combustion Systems and UPS. He was a self-taught craftsman and enjoyed doing many projects for his family and friends. During the course of his life he designed and built a family cottage and then his own home, which provides wonderful memories.

Bruce’s sole purpose was watching his families grow and enjoy life.

A quote from Bruce "geez"!

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Friday, July 24, 2015 at 12:00 pm at Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Church, Hwy 83, North Lake. Visitation at church from 10:00 am until the time of the Mass. Final rest will be in the Gardens of Stone Bank Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials appreciated to the Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin.

A special thank you to the wonderful and caring staff at Lake Country
Health and Rehabilitation Center and Allay Hospice.