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Jeffrey J. Noltner

Jan 05, 1961 - Nov 27, 2022


Jeffrey J. Noltner, age 61, of Sheboygan, passed away peacefully in his sleep on November 27, 2022. Jeffrey was born to James and Janet Noltner on January 5, 1961. Jeffrey was united in marriage to Lynn Kaesermann and they were married for 27 years. He was a proud graduate of UW-Stout with a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. He worked at Formrite in Two Rivers and more recently at Tomahawk Manufacturing in Plymouth as a Senior Project Engineer and Production Manager. He enjoyed hockey, hunting and golf, and was a big fan of the Wisconsin Badgers and Minnesota Wild. He also enjoyed going to the farm and spending time tinkering in his shop. He recently took up caning chairs, a hobby he learned from his father. For fun he enjoyed axe throwing and escape rooms and enjoyed many holiday traditions, his favorite being Halloween. He was a very patient and kind man and he was most proud of being a dad and papa to his loving family.
Jeffrey is survived by his wife, Lynn; children, Josh (Lacey) Stirdivant, Jacob (Megan) Noltner, Alyssa Noltner (Samantha Morgan), Jamie Noltner and McKenzie Noltner (fiancé Mitchell Henke); grandchildren, Cheyenne, Savannah and Gage Stirdivant, Hurley, Rymer, Fitzgerald and Pennington Noltner, and Elliott Morgan. He is further survived by his mother, Janet; sister, Jodi Chhokar and his dog, Maya Bree.
He was preceded in death by his father, James and brother, Jerry.
A visitation will take place from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 3, 2022 at Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home, 1535 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, followed by a brief service of remembrance at 2:00 p.m. Condolences may be expressed to the family online at


Date: Saturday Dec 3, 2022
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home [map]

Memorial Service

Date: Saturday Dec 3, 2022
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Location: Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home [map]



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Manuel Andrés Reynier Ortiz Godoy

Es un dolor y un gran pesar. Saber que mi amigo y hermano ha partido. Nos conocimos trabajando.. y de ser un extraño de tierras lejanas.. me abrió las puertas de su hogar. Nos hicimos amigos.. y paso a ser mi hermano.. mi familia junto con Lynn. Teníamos grandes planes.. de que vinieran al sur de Chile.. se que les se uviera encantado.. y conocer las costas.. la cordillera.. los lagos.. y quizás con la idea que algún día quedarse en chile.. trabajar juntos.. pero el destino es incierto. Jeff dejo de vivir entre nosotros.. para vivir en nosotros. Siempre estarás en nuestros corazones.. y le pido al creador y a mi madre que te guíen en tu nuevo andar.. espero que en su momento nos encontraremos y tendremos mucho de que hablar. Mis contodolencias a su esposa y gran amiga Lynn Noltner, Mama, Maya y familia. Siempre estarán en mis corazón.

Jay Beaudry

I was sad to hear the news of Jeff's passing. He will be missed. It was great getting to know him over the years. My thoughts & prayers are with Lynn & family. I hope you can find peace during this difficult time. -Jay Beaudry

Michael Huijsmans

Dear Lynn, it's hard to find the words for how saddened I was to learn about your loss. I have met Jeff a few times, an incredible man. You have my condolences. I’m thinking of you and your family during this time. Michael

Bill Bruegger

I am shocked at Jeff’s passing but I want to share a memory Every time someone brought up Jeff’s name I remember our days in High School playing sports together. But the sport I will never forget was football. Jeff and I played side by side as middle linebackers. He was one of the hardest hitting players I ever played with. When he tackled someone, it took a minute or two for them to get up. Jeff and I went to UW Plattevile our freshman year and played some football but he got in to Rugby. I guess because he couldn’t hit or get hit hard enough playing football .😀 I sure enjoyed watching him play though. Jeff and I went our separate ways our sophomore year and I didn’t see him again until one of our early class reunions. He may have been a hard hitter on the field but off the field he was still the nice, kind hearted person who would do anything for you. Even though it’s been years since we last saw each other I’m going to miss Jeff. He was and always will be a good man and a good friend. Rest in peace Jeff. You earned it.

Mary Garbe

Lynn, So sorry to hear of your husband, Jeff's passing. Sending my deepest condolences to you and your family. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Mary Garbe Retired Motion Industries Inside Sales customer service

Torren Nicholas

My most profound and sincere sympathies to entire family! a very kind & gentle man; we (Jeff Schindler) and I looked forward to talking with him often! Great stories usually gushing about kids and/or hunting/wildlife adventures!

Karl Hertz

Janet, we are so sorry to hear of your son's passing. We wish him eternal rest and you peace.

Mike and Mary Setzer

Janet and family. Mary and I send our deepest condolences to you and Jeff's family. We have all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

Gigi Durow

My sincere condolences to Jeff's family. It is quite a shock and yet God's timing is perfect always. Our comfort is knowing Jeff is at peace and as a believer in our Lord and Saviors Heaven.

Renee Palmer

Sending sincere sympathy to Lynn and her entire family. My heart breaks for you.

Tom Tonra

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in this very difficult time. Jeff was a very good man, and we are all better for getting to know him.

Gary Waskow

My condolences to Lynn and family. Jeff will be missed and remembered as a good man by all who knew him . Many good memories of working together.

Trudie Maas

We are very sorry for this big loss ! Our deepest condolences to you Lynn and for your family. Our thoughts are with you. Sending you love and courage Trudie

Bill Meshanko

My deepest sympathy, Lynn and all of the family. Please know that you have my prayers. I enjoyed working with Jeff and I know he will be greatly missed by all.

Jerry Schubert

My deepest sympathies Lynn and the rest of your family. For the short time I worked for Tomahawk, I always appreciated that Jeff treated me with kindness and respect. I know he will be sorely missed

Bruce and Wendy Opitz

We only had the chance to know Jeff a few short years, but what a fantastic person, my husband worked with Jeff he is so devastated he loved that they worked so well together, shared hunting stories and the show Alone, I did Jeff's hair he talked of his family so loving so proud , he will be missed by so many. Sending lots of hugs and prayers, God has a beautiful angel

George Hausladen

My sympathies to Lynn and the rest Jeff's family. Jeff and I worked side by side for years. Jeff was a great leader and a valued friend. It was an honor to work with him.