Martin Ziebel

Martin “Marty” A. Ziebel (1942-2015)

Marty Ziebel age 72 a resident of Trevor WI, died Sunday February 15th 2015 at St. Catherine’s Hospital.

Marty was born March 11th, 1942 in Chicago to Edward and Lorraine (Nordell) Ziebel. He was educated in the schools of Illinois and received his Associates Degree from the College of Lake County.

Marty served his country as a member of the U.S. Air Force.  In March of 1964, he married Lynda Wiedenhoeft. They later divorced. On July 8, 1983, he was united in marriage with Janice Huck.

Marty was a longtime employee of Charmglow, many of those years as the Plant Manager. He then worked until 2008 as Manager at the Kenosha Achievement Center.

Marty’s greatest love was the outdoors. He relished a good Packer game, but hunting, camping, fishing, boating; those were the things that brought him joy. Marty cherished his family very much and his greatest delight came in the role of Grandpa to his seven grandchildren.

Marty will be deeply missed by his wife Janice of Trevor, his sons Martin Jr. of Harvard IL, Thomas (Christine) of Genoa City, and Juston Paczkowski of Chicago IL and by his daughters Amy Lynn of Rockford IL and Angela (Brian) Dillon of Chicago IL. He is further survived by his beloved grandchildren Andrew, Olivia, Ryan, Isabelle, Liam, Niamh and Sonia. Marty is also survived by his brothers Brian (Irmgard) of McHenry IL and Dean (Valerie) of Johnsburg IL and by his sisters Victoria (Richard) Hoffman of Effingham IL and Karen (Mike) O’Meara of Littleton CO.

Preceding Marty in death were his parents, a brother Glen, and a son Richard in infancy.

          A mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday February 19th 2015 at 11:00AM at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Wilmot WI. (30100-Wilmot Road) Visitation with the family will be on Thursday at the church from 9:30AM until the time of mass. Burial will follow in Southern WI Veterans Cemetery in Union Grove, WI.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family would be appreciated.


  1. Please accept my sincere condolences on your loss. So very sorry.

  2. Janice, we were so sorry to hear about Marty. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.


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