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Jack Jaye Nutter

Sep 25, 1962 - Jul 28, 2022


Jack Jaye Nutter, age 59, of McFarland, Wisconsin passed away July 28, 2022 at UW Health University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin.
Jaye was born September 25, 1962 in Appleton, Wisconsin. He attended Lancaster, Wisconsin area schools and graduated from Lancaster High School. Jaye earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse and earned his Master’s degree in Taxation from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Jaye is published in the Journal of State Taxation.
Jaye is survived by his loving spouse of 29 years, Bonnie (Kogler); mother, Cleone; sister, Barb (Todd) Ostrander; and half-sister, June (Don) Mielke.
Jaye was an avid fan of the Chicago Cubs and Blackhawks and an enthusiast of the Barrett Jackson Car Auction. Jaye enjoyed gardening his plot at the McFarland Community Garden. He was the happiest walking the beaches of Maui, sharing his favorite meals with family or friends and enjoying the rhythms of retirement.
Jaye is preceded in death by his father, Jack W. Nutter.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, August 2, 2022 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 1305 Humboldt Avenue, Sheboygan, from 9:00 a.m. until the time of Mass at 11:00 a.m. Committal service will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery, South 12th Street, Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
In lieu of flowers, contributions to Sharon S. Richardson Hospice and for Amyloidosis research at, would be greatly appreciated by the family.


Date: Tuesday Aug 2, 2022
Time: 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.
Location: Immaculate Conception Catholic Church [map]

Funeral Mass

Date: Tuesday Aug 2, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Immaculate Conception Catholic Church [map]



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Robert Mulholland

I’m thinking of you Bonnie and I’m so very sorry. Love, Bobby

Billy Mulholland

Sigh, as I get older, more and more, see the passing of those I care about. I really never got to know Jack, met him at Bonnie and Jacks wedding, and enjoyed a lovely, very lovely, actually, reception in Kohler, even tho it was some time ago, I recall the evening, as if it just happened yesterday. Suffice to say, yes, "family" is really most treasured. Somehow, Bonnie and I seemed to have a connection, she the youngest cousin and I, the oldest. At this difficult time, I am unfortunately separated from "family" via distance, having relocated from Wisconsin to Las Vegas in 1975. My age now, almost 75 and health issues, prevent any lengthy jaunts. Nevertheless, I am rather devastated at Jack's sad passing, wishing to tell Bonnie, that I still immensely care about her, and send her my condolences, very much, most sincerely. Wishing I were there, and, again, sincere condolences to all of Jack's loved ones, Bonnie, you are in my thoughts. RIP Jack.