Ian Seevers Mack
April 20, 1983 - February 4, 2007
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Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map
Friday 2/9, 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Community Lutheran Cemetery
N2749 French Road
Appleton, WI 54913
Saturday 2/10, 1:30 pm
Mount Olive Ev. Lutheran Church
930 East Florida Avenue
Appleton, WI
Saturday 2/10, 11:00 am
Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map

MACK, IAN SEEVERS Ian Seevers Mack, age 23, of Appleton, passed away on Sunday, February 4, 2007, in a climbing accident in Bishop, California. Ian was born on April 20, 1983, in Waukesha, to Marcus and Shelley (Seevers) Mack and was brought to his Savior through Holy Baptism on May 8, 1983. He was a…

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Estella Dille left a message on September 17, 2020:
I still remember Ian, when he lived in Moab Utah. I think the whole town went in the morning he was well known when he worked at the coffee shop with his dynamic personality he made friends with everybody. I wrote a condolence at the time and I still wish to remind all of his loved ones of the promise found in the Bible at John 5:28/29 Also the 37th psalms verse 29 is another promise. “ The righteous will possess the earth and they will live forever on it.” I know that God always keeps his promises, and that Ian will again enjoying life in a paradise earth when Gods will is done on earth again as it is in heaven. Lords prayer or the our father prayer found at Matthew 6:9,10
Estella Dille left a message on September 17, 2020:
I still remember Ian, when he lived in Moab Utah. I think the whole town went in the morning he was well known when he worked at the coffee shop with his dynamic personality he made friends with everybody. I wrote a condolence at the time and I still wish to remind all of his loved ones of the promise found in the Bible at John 5:28/29 Also the 37th psalms verse 29 is another promise. “ The righteous will possess the earth and they will live forever on it.” I know that God always keeps his promises, and that Ian will again enjoying life in a paradise earth when Gods will is done on earth again as it is in heaven. Lords prayer or the our father prayer found at Matthew 6:9,10
Austin Wise left a message on May 2, 2013:
I met Ian one summer while I was in Moab. We became immediate friends and regular climbing partners. Ian and I took a trip from Moab out to Toulumne Meadows for a week of climbing on granite. That week was arguably one of the very best of my life. I think about Ian often and of the time we had that summer. He called himself the "local friendly giant." I wish he was still here and we could hang out.
Janice Morgan left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Mr. & Mrs. Mack, Amy & Sadie; I had the great honor of knowing Ian, as we worked together at Mondo Cafe in Moab. I am so sorry for you extreme loss. I have a son a little older then Ian and I can't imagine the pain that you are experiencing. I do want you to know that Ian touched my life in such a way that few have ever done. I have never met such a genuinely happy, intelligent, curious, peaceful, spirited,curious, adventurous and loving soul. He definitely impacted my life in a huge way and I am grateful! I am 55 years old and have been 'wandering aimlessly for 2 years since my mother died. Ian and I would dance (I am 4'11") at work and we referred to ourselves as "Mutt & Jeff". We shared music and the same peaceful outlook on life. I will miss him incredibly and am so blessed to have had his presence in my life. I wish you peace and at sometime, joy as you know how many lives he touched in such a loving & positive way. Ian was truly a gift to this world. Peace and Aloha, Janice Morgan
Meghan Doherty left a message on April 6, 2009:
Ian was a roommate of mine and my boyfriend, Jed's when we first moved to Moab. Some of my fondest memories of that first spring were all with Ian. I will miss seeing his big smile every time I walk into Mondo. Jed and I called him our "our friendly, goofy giant". Our thoughts are with Ericka and all of his family at this time. We will miss him tremendiously.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Jim & Sherry Kowalski left a message on April 6, 2009:
Our Prayers are with you.
Stephanie Ermers left a message on April 6, 2009:
Marcus, Shelley, Amy and Sadie, I am extremely sorry to hear of this tragedy your family is experiencing. My prayers are with all of you during this very hard time. Ian’s enthusiastic personality and genuine kindness will be remembered always. Cherish the wonderful memories he has given you and use those memories and God’s everlasting love to give you the strength to get through this. All my love, Stephanie
Dan Smith left a message on April 6, 2009:
Ian was one of the nicest and happiest people I've ever met. He could brighten your day with his smile and his love for everything. He was super intellegent and a great barista too! Mondo Cafe and Moab will never forget him. My condolences go out to his family and his loved ones. Stay strong, my prayers are with you!
Joan Eveland left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Marc, Shelley, Amy and Sadie, We were so deeply saddened when we received the news. Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with you. We were there with you to share in the joy of Ian's birth and now the sorrow of his death. We watched him grow to become a very special young man with a bright future that was taken away too soon. He loved his family and life and lived it to the fullest. He experienced and accomplished more in his 23 years than most do in a lifetime. We know how very proud of him you were. Hang on to all those memories and keep them close to your hearts. God Bless Scott and Joan Eveland
Mary Boneck left a message on April 6, 2009:
My dear friend, Shelley My heart broke at receiving this news about your beautiful son, Ian. All the pictures went through my mind of him and Hilary as small children, playing and laughing together. You and Marc lived above us in the duplex and we were able to share so much of our two children's first years. What a wonderful time that was. I didn't know Ian as well after you moved to Appleton, but I do know this much. Of all the gifts parents can give to their children, you and Marc had the wisdom to give him the most important... Salvation in our Lord, Jesus. This is That Moment where nothing else will give us peace, except knowing the He has gone ahead of us to prepare a place. Everyone I have spoken with this week or had contact via emails have all expressed the same thing through our tears... Ian knew Christ and is home, safe. He also used the precious time he had to experience the joy of life and love. I pray for you, Marc and the girls. I know your faith will carry you through, and Ian's joy will be your joy also. God Bless You. Jesus said "I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in Me shall never die." John 2, 25
Angela K. Ross left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dearest Mack Family, I had to pleasure of working with Ian in Moab Ut. the summer of '06 at Mondo Cafe. Ian had such a positive impact on all of us here, and he will be remembered and forever loved by us all. I can only extend my deepest and most sincere condolences, and the regret that it must be delivered in such an impersonal way. From across the country, in cold black and white, instead of the hugs and kisses you deserve. God Bless You and Yours. And know that us in Moab send you all our love and strength to help you through this devestating tragedy. Angela K. Ross
Nancy Lehman left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Mack Family, We were deeply saddened when we received the news of Ian's death. What a shock! We have such fond memories of Ian from the times he vacationed with us in the Wisconsin Dells. We always had so much fun with him. How does a parent go on after losing such a precious part of their lives? I cannot imagine. I know that your family will cling to the fact that Ian is happy in the arms of Jesus. He went to California to start a new life and ended up in heaven for an eternal life of complete happiness. We all pray that someday your family will find comfort in that truth. We wanted so badly to come to see you but things being what they are we are unable to be there. Our prayers are with all of you! Sincerely, Wayne, Nancy, Justin (Bryana), Kayla, and Nichollette Lehman
Arthur Rasch left a message on April 6, 2009:
WE ONLY MET HIM ONCE .I THOUGHT he was very polite ,nice and self assured.I remember because there were 3 Ians at CASONS that paticular day... IAN MACK, IAN PETERSON and mine IAN RASCH.....Heather and I are so sorry for you ... sincerely Arthur
Jane Vanden Boogart left a message on April 6, 2009:
Marcus, Shelley, Amy and Sadie - my deepest sympathy to all of you. I don't have the words to express how sorry I am for your loss. I can't even imagine what that would be like. I know how proud you are of Ian and how much you love him. I will be praying for you all and asking God to hold you in the palm of His hand. God be with you always.
Collin Thompson left a message on April 6, 2009:
God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore will not we fear. - Psalm 46:1 My thoughts and prayers are with Ian and the entire Mack family.
Lucille Yates (Melissa's Grandma) left a message on April 6, 2009:
My sympathies to you and your family during this difficult time.
Kirsten Martin left a message on April 6, 2009:
During the summer I spent in Moab, I spent 3/4 of my free time at Mondo. Ian was always there with a smile to offer. He had the best out look on life and lived every day to the absolute fullest! My deepest sympathies to the whole Mack family and remember to take care of yourselves, that's what Ian would have wanted.
Estella Dille left a message on April 6, 2009:
To the Family of IAN We are so sorry for your loss, and everyone's loss, whose lives were touched by Ian. We were frequent customers at MONDO'S where Ian worked. He was truly one of the highlights of our going there, besides the great coffee he brewed. He was so precious I used to tease Ian a lot about his hair, I would tell him "Hey Ian, if you were a movie star you would have paid thousands of dollars for that hair do." He was so handsome, he didn't have to pay for his looks. but looks are nothing compared to the heart, and your son Ian had someting about him that radiated his love of life and People. After our tears, we were comforted by the words found in the Bible at John 5:28, 29 the promise of the resurection. And also of comfort Revelation 21:3,4 where we are promised that there will be no more death or sorrow or pain any more. The best part is found in the LORD"S PRAYER at Matt 6:9,10..."Thy kingdom come Thy will be done On Earth as it is in Heaven." It will be wonderful when Ian is resurrected and can walk on this wonderful, beautiful Earth, that he loved so much I pray that that you all find comfort as you read these scriptures in your Bibles. Sincerly, Estella and George Dille
Lauren Schlawin left a message on April 6, 2009:
I knew Ian through my dad because Ian was on the tennis team. The year that the tennis team went to state, we all stayed at a hotel in Stevens Point. Ian jumped in the pool with all his clothes on!!!His love and dedication to his Savior showed through his life. Now he is in Heaven and having the time of his life! He followed his Savior home... God Be with the Mack family.
Barbara Wundrow left a message on April 6, 2009:
Ian was my sons best friend. I had the opportunity to get to know him through my son, Adam. They would come out to California to visit me. I enjoyed having Ian. He was always so kind and always had a smile on his face. He will forever be in my thoughts.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Joshua Dahlke left a message on April 6, 2009:
I first met Ian while working in the weightroom at FVL after graduation. He always had a smile on his face, and was a joy to talk with. It truly was a pleasure to know him, and he will be missed. My heart-felt empathy goes out to his family. We will see him again with our Lord. Good-bye Ian. Josh Dahlke
Cyndi/Billy Sieving left a message on April 6, 2009:
Mark Shely and family, May God be with you during these very troubled times. I so much remember Ian, and thank the good Lord for granting us the years to get to know him. He was an absolutely womderful kind intelligent boy/man whom I was given graciaous prilage to start to watch him grow. Billy truly was amazed by all he knew and, at such a young age and I could see the absolute pride in his family's eyes at all he did and was. He went after his dreams and was happy doing that which he loved. I SINCERELY remember eveything about him the same way he left such impressions on others. He lived a lifetime of which others may never live or see well beyond the years the Lord chose for him on this earth. When The Lord came calling no one knew but the lord had plans and as parents, always remember The Good Lord picks the special ones to watch over His children that he calls early. You have been blessed and so has Ian. My sympathy is for you but not for Ian for, he is with our Savoior. Christ asked for His Child back and as it is written. Don't forsake the Lord. Rejoice in the time you had. You will be in our hearts and in our Prayers. May god bring you peace and comfort in knowing that Ian is safe and, for eternity ever will be. In sincere LOVE, Cyndi & Billy Sieving (remember Ian has still always been family to us and now he really is)
Janet Miller left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Shelly and Mac, Sadie and Amy, I am saddened to hear of your loss. There are no words to replace him in your lives, but as a mother I know he will forever be with you in your hearts. I can see he had a wonderful impact on many people because of the gift of life you gave him. God's peace and understanding to you moving forward in your lives. Janet Miller
Herb & Marsha Madlung left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Family & Friends: Altho we did not know Ian, we wish to express our sincere sympathy. What a wonderful life he had even if it was short. A real inspiration for others. Remember all the good times! Prayerfully thinking of all of you. Herb & Marsha Madlung (cousins)
bob morgan left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Mr.&Mrs. Mack,Amy&Sadie, I had the pleasure of meeting Ian when he first came to Moab. I hired him on the spot and,like everyone he met,came to love him and remain in awe of his incredible joy for life,kindness,and positive attitude. Words can't express the loss we all(and especially you)feel...I believe that Ian's wish would be that we all move on from this sadness and celebrate life as he did! Greatest wishes for peace and resolution... Bob Morgan Mondo Cafe Moab
Sarah Edmunds left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Mack and Amy and Sadie, We at Mondo Cafe had the honor of working with Ian for about 8 months last year. We grew to really love and appreciate him. He touched so many people in our small community and it was a pleasure to have him representing Mondo Cafe. We will all truly miss him and are so very sorry for your great loss. We join you in mourning our great loss, Angela Ross, Dan Smith, Greg Poettgen, Lollie Houck, Xandria Thompson, Kevin Hines, Amy Barbe, Janice Morgan, Sarah Edmunds, and Bob Morgan
Courtney Collins left a message on April 6, 2009:
Ian brightened up the Graduate School during his time as a student employee here. Always friendly, always smiling, always helpful - such a sweet person. I can't tell you how sorry I am.
Sue Humphrey left a message on April 6, 2009:
Marcus, Shelley, Amy, and Sadie, I am truly sorry for the loss of your son and brother. Marcus had just shown me photos of Ian climbing and it was obvious that this was his passion and he loved life so much! Ian and your family will be in my prayers. I hope that you can find comfort in knowing that there are many people sharing your loss with you. May God help you find the way through this very difficult time. God Bless!
Amy Warning left a message on April 6, 2009:
To the Mack family~ My thoughts and prayers go out to you during this difficult time. Ian was a caring and wonderful person who will be greatly missed by many people. Take comfort in the Lord and know that you will be reunited again in Heaven. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I am home in Heaven, dear ones; Oh, so happy and so bright! There is perfect joy and beauty In this everlasting light. All the pain and suffering is over Every restless tossing passed; I am now at peace forever, Safely home in Heaven at last. And he came Himself to meet me In that way so hard to tread And with Jesus' arm to lean on Could I have one doubt or dread? Then you must not grieve so sorely, For I love you dearly still: Try to look beyond earth's shadows, Pray to trust our Father's will. When your work is completed, He will gently call you home; Oh, the rapture of that meeting, Oh, the joy to see you come! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Shari DeFranco left a message on April 6, 2009:
Shelley, Marc, Amy, and Sadie, Words cannot express my sorrow. I am beside myself with grief. I want to lift you up for the faith you are exhibiting throughout this whole experience. My constant prayer for your family has been that God would be your comfort and your peace. I am so thankful Ian was saved and I keep singing the Mercy Me song over and over in my head: "I can only imagine what it will be like, when I walk by Your side. I can only imagine what my eyes will see, when Your face is before me. What will my heart feel? Will I dance for You Jesus? Or in awe of You be still? Will I stand in Your presence? Or to my knees will I fall? Will I sing hallelujah? Will I be able to speak at all? I can only imagine when that day comes and I find myself standing in the Son, I can only imagine when all I will do Is forever, forever worship You." The awesome thing about this song, and the reality, is that Ian no longer needs to imagine. He is home with his Father! Shelley, I love you so much, and I pray and pray and pray that you and your family will have your season of grief and come out of it truly experiencing the joy God has in store for your family. All our love, Shari and Frank DeFranco
Cyndi Nyseth left a message on April 6, 2009:
To Ian's family, I was saddened to receive Corrine's call telling me of the loss of Ian. Though we know our time of grace is in our Father's hands, we never seem to get use to losing someone young and in the prime of his life,as Ian was. Yet his life now, is one of a joy, we cannot yet fully fathom but look forward to sharing with him one day. May the Savior comfort you as only He can, giving you strength to deal with the grief separation brings. I keep you in my prayers. I only met Ian a couple of times but I still remember the young man with the enthusiastic smile. My deepest sympathy. "My soul finds rest in God alone;my salvation comes from Him. He alone is my rock and my salvation; His my fortress, I will not be shaken." Ps.62:1-2
Mike & Val left a message on April 6, 2009:
Shelley, Marc, Amy & Sadie, Our hearts go out to you. I can't even begin to imagine how heart sick you are. How wonderful that God gave Ian parents who raised him to know his Savior and also allowed him to live the adventurous life he loved, experiencing more wonders of God's creation than many of us will ever have the opportunity to know. We pray that God gives you strength in these very tough hours. We thank him for giving us these few precious years to know and love such a special young man and praise Him in the knowledge that Ian is securely in His arms! Love, Val, Mike, John, Shauna and Andrew
Tracy Murray left a message on April 6, 2009:
Marcus, my condolences to you, your wife and your beautiful girls on this great loss. What a wonderful gift you were given to have the time with Ian to teach and nurture him and encircle him in the love of your family. He truly knew you respected his zest for life and supported him in everything he did. He now has angel wings and is free to soar with a smile, in Jesus name. Take comfort from the Lord to give you strength. We are all thinking of you.
Claus & Norma Sieh left a message on April 6, 2009:
We have no memories of Ian, but remember his mother as a little girl and dearly love his grandma, Joann. We share in your sorrow at this unfortunate event but also rejoice that you are sure of the reunion in heaven.
Betty Hintz left a message on April 6, 2009:
I'm so sorry for your lose. It is the most difficult thing to do--bury your child. He is not alone. He is in the arms of the Master Parent.
Donna VanVreede left a message on April 6, 2009:
My heart is heavy with sympathy for you and your family! Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers as you deal with your grief and loss. I've never met Ian, but feel I know him and his love of life and outdoors through our conversations. If I can do anything, please let me know. Donna
Lois Kallunki left a message on April 6, 2009:
Ian patiently helped me with a project shortly before he left UW-Madison. He was a helpful, thoughtful and all around nice guy. He was full of plans for his life. I am so sorry for your loss.
Kay Schmidt left a message on April 6, 2009:
Please accept my most heartfelt sympathy. May God embrace you and comfort you during this very, very difficult time. Ian will be your guiding light until you meet again.
Tom Ermers left a message on April 6, 2009:
Ian was such a wonderful young man. His gentle smile will always be remembered. My deepest sympathy to his family and all those he touched. Tom Ermers
Pam and Rich Manske left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Shelley, Mark, Amy, and Sadie, We were so saddened to hear the news of Ian's tragedy. We cannot begin to imagine how shattered you must feel. And yet, a certain peace falls over God's children who turn to Him in the dark hours...a peace only He can provide in the reassurance that Ian now rests from all his travels in the arms of our loving Savior. What a beautiful picture......, if only our minds would let us go there, unclouded by the events of the past 48 hours. We pray that God provides you with the strength to endure what our human frailties make so painful. The Lord gave you a wonderful son who appreciated so very deeply the Lord's marvelous creation. Think now how Ian must be traveling awe-struck through heaven, soaking in all that he can of the Lord's glory there. And he's wearing a Crown of Life! That is his reward for being a faithful child of God. It's what we want for all of our children from the moment of their conception. Your comfort will come in knowing that now Ian has that, untimely though it seems at the moment. We pray that our loving Father will let you feel His presence every step of the way in the days ahead. Rest in His unfailing love. Our love and prayers are with you all. Love, Pam and Rich
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Megan Nowak (Thompson) left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Mack Family, I am so sorry to hear about your family's loss. Knowing Ian only as a child, I have great memories of him as my next door neighbor and friend. He was the best "after school assistant" a future teacher could have had. I pray for your family during this very difficult time and please remember how many lives Ian has touched.
Jamie Spielbauer left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Mack Family~ You are all in my prayers and thoughts as you go through this difficult time. However we can also rejoice at this event and take comfort in the fact that Ian is now in the arms of his Lord and Savior. While we miss him here on earth, he is awaiting your arival in the heavenly Kingdom. Lift your eyes to the hills, your help comes from your Lord. Jamie Spielbauer
Jeanne V. Sawicki left a message on April 6, 2009:
You are in my thoughts and prayers. I wish there was somehthing I could do to make the ache go away, but only time can do that. After awhile you will be able to smile and laugh as you remember all of the love, fun and good times you had as a family.
Faith Markham left a message on April 6, 2009:
May God's arms of comfort surround you in your loss and grief, and may the blessed assurance of seeing Ian again in Heaven ease your hearts. Love and prayers, Faith
Ann and Steve Hlas and family left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Amy and family, We are thinking of you during this difficult time. Even though we never met Ian, he obviously had a zest for life and was well loved. The memories you have of him and the time you shared are precious gifts. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sincerely, Ann, Steve, Michael and Rachel Hlas (Tony Balza's aunt, uncle and cousins)
Scott Bingenheimer left a message on April 6, 2009:
To the Mack Family, I was saddened to hear the news of your loss. Shelley always talked so very proudly of her son, his travels and other accomplishments. May you always keep his gift to live, love and laugh close to your own heart. The Bingenheimer Family
Merv & Barb Edwardsen left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Mark, Shelly, Amy and Sadie: You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult, tragic time in your lives. There is nothing we can say that will ease your pain but may the knowledge that you are not alone help you now and in the days to come. Lean on each other and your strong faith and the wonderful memories of your son and brother. May God be with you. Merv and Barb Edwardsen
keith rasch left a message on April 6, 2009:
I can only imagine the sorrow that you all are experiencing at this time. We,here in Oklahoma, will pray for your families. A preacher I know once eulogized that as painful as it sounds, we need to ta take time to grieve in this fast paced world of ours. May God Be With You.
Bob and Linda (Edwardsen) Buikema left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Mark, Shelley and Girls, Thinking of you in this time of sorrow. Cling to the wonderful memories of your son and brother and let those memories find their way to heal you. You were blessed to have such a precious gift of love in your life. With deepest sympathy, Bob and Linda Buikema and Family (Uncle Gary's Sister)
Amber Schroeder left a message on April 6, 2009:
Mack family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May the memories you have with Ian serve as a comfort to you as you grieve your loss. All my thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Erin Cooper left a message on April 6, 2009:
I've only met Ian a few times at family functions. The last time I saw him, a few years ago, I was so impressed by his attitude and spirit (and tried to talk him into moving up to Cordova to work in environmental education at some point in his career). He was living a life full of new experiences that many only get a glimpse of. Hearing of his death today I was terribly saddened by the loss of such a bright and promising young man. My thoughts are with you this week as you prepare for his funeral.
Sarah (Moak) Jandron left a message on April 6, 2009:
To the Mack Family~ You are in my thoughts and prayers through this difficult time. Ian was an added blessing to our class at F.V.L. We will miss his smiles and laughter. However, we can look forward to our blessed reunion with him in heaven someday. Rom. 8:28
Don Keeley left a message on April 6, 2009:
Marcus, Shelley, Amy & Sadie, I am deeply saddened by your loss. I hope your strength of faith & family, along with the countless memories of Ian you all will have forever, will lessen the burden of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Julie Karpelenia left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Mack Family: I am truly sorry for your loss. As the Human Resources Director with the Graduate School, I was very fortunate to get to know Ian when he was hired with the Information Technoloy Office at the UW-Madison. He was an absolute delight to work with. I always appreciated his great sense of humor and his willingness to help me when my computer didn't feel like working. I enjoyed hearing his stories of his travels - both past and future. He had a real zest for life. These are some of the many things that made him very special. My prayers are with your family during this difficult time.
Gary, Kris, Sam & Menaka left a message on April 6, 2009:
We'll miss Ian so very much. We'll miss everything about him. His incredible warm and inviting smile, the joy in his eyes and his world class sense of humor (for example his hysterical answers in "Full Contact Balderdash"). The light in our family will never shine as bright without his presence.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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