Carl W. Kleinfeldt Death, Obituary – Carl W. Kleinfeldt, a man who lived in Tomahawk and was 54 years old at the time of his death, went away unexpectedly at his home on January 16, 2023. Carl Phillip Kleinfeldt was born into the world on October 24, 1968 in the city of Tomahawk to parents Phillip Kleinfeldt and Janet (Jaecks) Rysdon. He was the last and third child in the family, making him the youngest of the bunch. Carl enjoyed deer hunting. Only those who were especially close to him were privy to the location of his favorite trout fishing place, which he carefully guarded as a secret and only shared with a select few people.
Carl worked for an over the road moving company before beginning his career at the Tomahawk Paper Mill, where he is now employed. During his time working for the over the road moving firm, he had the opportunity to travel throughout the United States. In addition to being a great-uncle, Carl was a fantastic brother, uncle, and friend. He also was a great-uncle. Carl’s sister Terry Scholz, his brother-in-law Jerry Kottke, his niece Christina (Todd) Copiskey, his nephew Eric Scholz, and his cousin Jennifer (Matt) Derleth are among the people who will miss him after he passes away. In addition, Carl’s great-nieces and nephews, Caden, Alison, Avery, and Emmett, as well as a vast number of devoted friends, will carry on his legacy after his passing.
His biological parents, his stepmother Jane Kleinfeldt, his sister Lisa Kottke, and his brother-in-law Art Scholz all passed away before he did. Both of his biological parents and his stepmother had already passed away before he was born. Carl Kleinfeldt will be laid to rest at the Northwoods Vineyard Church in Tomahawk on the morning of Saturday, January 21, 2023 at eleven in the morning. The service will begin at the church. Pastor Ross Nelson will serve as the master of ceremonies for the event. Visitation will begin on Saturday at 9:00 AM and continue until the time of the ceremony, which will begin at 11:00 AM.
The service will be held on Saturday. Carl’s final resting place will be at the Spirit Falls Cemetery, and the service will take place somewhere in the early spring.