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Lee Tullberg

Feb 06, 1962 - Apr 27, 2022


Lee Tullberg was born on February 6th, 1962 in Two Rivers and passed away suddenly without complications or suffering on April 27, 2022 at the age of 60 in his dream home located in Cascade.

He was surrounded by his wife whom he loved unconditionally for nearly 30 years, Lynnette and their two cats he loved dearly, Benny and Holly.

He attended Bethlehem Lutheran School and graduated from Sheboygan South High School with the class of 1980. After that, he was employed with Nemschoff (now Herman Miller) from 18 years old until he retired at 55. He met Lynnette at the Wind Jammer located inside Lakeshore Lanes and on July 6, 1993 Lee was united in marriage with Lynnette Van De Guchte in Jamaica at Sandals resort.

Lee had a passion and zest for enjoying what life offered and an undying passion for learning since he was young. If there was something he wanted to try, he had a way of mastering the concepts and applying them immediately.

Some of his favorite pastimes were annually traveling outside of the country with his wife Lynnette to scuba dive with sharks, gardening, giving back to the horticulture community, wild foraging and mushroom hunting, creating his own wine and canned goods, fishing with his immediate family and reading.

Other than enjoying being the life of the party and hosting gatherings of close family and friends at his treasured home, he enjoyed teaching his four children (Nicholas, Jenna, Matthew and Daniel) how to thrive and make the most out of life and helping others he encountered in life.

He was a fanatic Packer fan and loved all animals, especially his cats, Benny and Holly who he pampered.

Lee is survived by his wife, Lynnette Tullberg; children, Nicholas (Missy) Tullberg, Jenna Tullberg, Matthew (Colleen) Tullberg and Daniel Tullberg; grandchildren, Katrina, Clayton, Matthew, Izzy, James, Trevor and Chloe and siblings, Robin (Randy) Ruback, Penny (Glenn) Busch and David (Nickelle) Tullberg. He is preceded in death by his parents, Donald and JoAnn Tullberg.

A celebration of Lee’s life will be held at a later date. His family is very proud that he was able to be an organ donor.

If you’re interested in attending, please email Daniel Tullberg at: or call/text: 920-889-1593.

The family would request donations be made to the Sheboygan County Humane Society in lieu of flowers.



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Leighton Josephs

My cobdolences to Lynnette and family....words can't ever describe the loss but take comfort that he's in a better place and let's cherish the memories shared....From one of your Sandals Family....๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Tammy Lake Barthels

I'm so sorry for the loss of such a great man. We were high school friends, and after. I'm shocked by his passing. Prayers go out to his family. ๐Ÿ™

Julie M Johnson

So very sorry for your loss. Hugs and prayers.

LeeAnn (Matzdorf) Maniaci

My Deepest sympathies , ๐Ÿ™

Marshall Rautmann

Sorry for loss and you have my condolences

Jim Strysick

Lee was a friend back in high school. He was a good guy. I'm sorry for your loss.

Robin vandeguchte

Sorry sis for your and our loss we all liked and loved Lee. ๐Ÿ™ Iโ€™m here for you - Robin

Jennifer Buentello

so sad, love you guys


Lynette- So sorry to hear and way too soon. I remember the many stories I shared with you both about our carrbean vacations, diving and snorkeling and the travels. May the Lord comfort you and your family during this difficult time Tony - Pets For less

Alexandra Florio

I was so sorry to hear this news. It makes me angry and seems wrong in so many ways. I didnโ€™t know either Lee or Lynette well- we met briefly in the Dominican Rebublic years ago and stayed casual Facebook friends ever since.. but both left a strong impression. Their grounded and authentic love was inspiring to me and their individual decency was obvious and profound- and rare- which is why, despite not knowing them well- I am especially saddened to hear of the loss. It is indeed a loss to the worldโ€ฆ that I wish had more people like Lee in it.. and more love between people like what I saw between Lee and Lynette. My sincerest condolences. Love to you all.