Donald "Mac" Theyerl

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Julie and Family, words can't express how sadden I am by the sudden lost of your dad. I didn't have the pleasure to meet your dad, but as I read the obituary, it is evident that his characteristics, strengths, value and love are instilled in you.

Your dad was loved and a well respected Educator, so Julie, I get the RED pen, I wouldn't expect anything less. : ) Cherish the memories and Keep your family bond strong!

Sending Peace and Love

Lerrissa Boardley

Posted by: Lerrissa Boardley - DE   Jan 03, 2013

Dear David & Family,
I am very sorry for the loss of your father. I'm so lucky I got to know Mac and even golf with him a couple of times. He was such a nice & kind person.
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.

Posted by: Jim Cottrill & Family - Pewaukee, WI - Friend of Family   Jan 02, 2013

Dear Family,

Please accept my heartfelt condolences with the passing of Mac. It was a privilege to have been a fellow teacher with him on our proud AHS West staff for many years. Mac was highly regarded as a teacher and loved as a person.

Posted by: Ike Spangenberg - Grand Chute, WI - Friend   Dec 29, 2012

Dr. Kay,

I'am so sorry to hear of your fathers death. My condolences to you and your family. You are in my prays. God Bless, Hal Jorgensen

Posted by: Hal Jorgensen - Appleton, WI - Freind   Dec 24, 2012

My most deepest sympathies to the Theyerl family. I had the fortune of having Mr. Theyerl for as a teacher at Appleton West High School. Although many years have passed since graduating, I can say with absolute honesty that Mr. Theyerl was one of those teachers that a student never forgets. I remember Mr. Theyerl as being extremely fair to each of his students and above all a true gentleman.

Rest in peace Mr. Theyerl. Thank you for being a positive influence in my life.

Posted by: Tony Mauthe - Appleton, WI - Former Student - Appleton West   Dec 24, 2012

I don't even know how to tell you how sorry I am. He was a great man. He had a fun sense of humor and always knew how to make me smile. I enjoyed many times sitting in his back yard talking "bird talk". He was such an easy going man. I looked forward to seeing him every month. He will be greatly missed.

Posted by: Ann Strelow - Kimberly, WI   Dec 24, 2012

Dr. Kay - my deepest sympathies for you and your family. God Bless.

Posted by: Sue Robinson - Greenville, WI   Dec 23, 2012

Dr. Kay...I am sorry to hear of the loss of your father.It is hard to lose that steadfastness in our life. Take care of yourself during this time. Love, Lois Wagner-Forstner

Posted by: Lois Wagner-Forstner - Chilton, WI   Dec 22, 2012

To the Theyerl Family
It was a joy to grow up on Summer Street, with Mac, Ellen and their children as neighbors. Although I wasn't fortunate enough to have Mac as a teacher at AHSW, I have fond memories of him as a neighbor. I recall playing games of horse with Mac and other neighbors in the Theyerl driveway. I also recall that the Theyerl backyard was the place to go to see birds.
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Posted by: David Luepke - Oak Park, IL - Neighbor   Dec 22, 2012

Mr. Theyerl was obviously a man of many strengths and virtues. His legacy will live on in Kay and her siblings and and in the close family bonds they share. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you deal with the loss of someone so special.

Posted by: Patti Roth - Orangevale, CA - friend of family   Dec 21, 2012