Jon M. Schirmang, age 56, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, October 8, 2018. He was born on August 5, 1962 in Madison to John and Shirley (Reischel) Schirmang.
Jon had a love for hunting, fishing, and a good game of blackjack. He loved his 1965 Barracuda that he purchased when he was 16 years old. He was a fan of auto racing and loved watching the races at Angell Park. As a true Wisconsinite, he was a huge fan of the Badgers, Packers, and Brewers.
Jon is survived by his life partner Micky Schultz; son Michael (Kally Ford); granddaughter Kiley Schirmang. He is further survived by his mother Shirley (Henry) Laufenberg; sisters Debbie (Brian) Rupert and Terri (Rich) Grulke; step-brothers Scott (Marsha) Laufenberg, Dean (Val) Laufenberg, and Craig Laufenberg; and many other nieces, nephews, relatives and dear friends. Jon Schirmang is preceded in death by his father, John.
Celebration of life for Jon will be from 4-7:00 PM on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at Cress Funeral Service, 1310 Emerald Terrace, Sun Prairie, WI 53590. Please share your memories at www.CressFuneralService.com.
In honor of Jon, please feel free to wear your favorite team sports gear to the celebration of life.
My sincere sympathy goes out to Jon Schirmang’s family Jon you will be missed we met the end of 1975 we was neighbors and very good friends you was a very dear friend we lost touch when I moved out of state you will not be forgotten R.I.P. my friend
My heart goes out to Jon's family. So many find memories
How many Petet Framptom concerts? Chilling under Windy Nelson road bus stop, the Rowdys, many fun times. I will miss you, hope Diana is there to help you transition to the next level. LOVE...you guys better visit me when it's my time. I'll make meatballs.
You will be missed Jon!! Thank you for being a good friend to me and my brother Terry for almost all of our life!!! Met in 1976 and said see you later one week before you left to race motorcycles with my brother in heaven where you are right now. Rest in peace Jon!!! See you there!! Love Michelle Raether/Shelly
Sincere sympathy To the family of Jon schirmang. From Eagle Crest Bar. He will be dearly missed by all of us. He was a great customer for many years.
Wow, Still in shock! My Prayers go to the Family.I Met Jon a long time ago. Jon Worked for me at Kar Kare Inc.and Later Jon and I invested in a Rustproofing Company with Tidy Car.We worked side by side with long grueling hours detailing cars during the day and rustproofing vehicles at night.My parents hired Jon back in 1978 at Kar Kare. Meeting Jon for the first time was quite interesting Both of us like Alpha males .Lol! But it didn't take long and we started to grow a frienship.I thought Jon was crazy when he introduced me to a band called ACDC.Wow! He knew way back then how good they we're going to be.I remember him and I busting our tails to get done one Saturday so we could race down to Rockford Speedway to see, Reo Speedwagon, The Kars,ACDC and I believe Ted Nugent! We Lost touch of each other for awhile,but I later worked for Jon getting his detail shop going.I have a lot of memories that Jon and I Shared! He Loved his Family and Micki and I was really glad that Jon and I crossed paths in our life.Jon will be Greatly missed R.I.P. my friend.Jeff Schulenburg
As a neighbor of 14 years, i had a lot of great conservations with Jon. Jon worked for my uncle at his detail shop back in their youth. I really enjoyed the stories of times past. Over this past summer, Jon and I would vent about construction project that took place in our neighborhood. We moved barricades to slow down traffic that would speed down Hoover. I always enjoyed it when Jon would warm up the Barracuda, hearing the engine screaming from the garage. I would encourage him to burn rubber when he would leave his driveway. Over the years, Jon would offer his assistance or lend me his tools during my home projects. I'm thankful that i was able to know Jon but most importantly, i am glad that Jon was able to connect with my son. Both shared a lot of the same interests and Jon took him under his wing this past summer. He sold him his car with a very flexible payment plan and was able to connect with my son during times when i could not. I know he left a positive impact on him. To Micky, Michael, Kiley and the rest of Jon's family, my thoughts and prayers are with you. I know i will miss my neighbor across the street....God Bless
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