Kenneth A. Donnermeyer, age 67, of Hollandtown, passed away on Monday, December 27, 2021. Ken was born on April 10, 1954 son of the late John and Dorothy Donnermeyer (Wirth). He married the love of his life, Jan Gerrits on August 27, 1977. Ken worked for US Venture for many years. He was an avid Indianapolis Colts fan. He enjoyed watching and supporting his Son-in-Law as a football coach and enjoyed cars, especially Chevys and not the "F" word. He loved spending time with his puppies Axel (Cowboy) and Gus, along with his grand puppies Jordy, Walter, and Tinker Bell. He enjoyed cutting his lawn with perfectly straight lines, flying his remote-controlled planes, gardening in his yard, hunting with his friends and family, a good cocktail, camping, and volunteering and being active in the church community. He loved helping friends and family members with anything asked of him, especially building projects. He was a guy who could talk to anyone about anything and you felt like you knew him your whole life and would tell a good joke to get you to crack a smile.
Ken is survived by his wife, Jan, daughter, Ashley (TJ) Schouten, sisters, Janet (Harvey) Raether, Pat Stuyvenberg, Shirley (Gary) Bley, brothers, Keith (Char) Donnermeyer, Diane Donnermeyer, Mark Donnermeyer, sister-in-laws, Joan (Ed) Van Dehy, Jenny (Jim) Lamers, Jill (Bert) Frank, brothers-in-law, Jeff (Julie) Gerrits, Joel (Deb) Gerrits, Jack Gerrits as well as many other relatives and friends.
Ken was proceeded in death by his son, Jesse Donnermeryer, his parents and parents-in-law, Leo and Lillian Gerrits, brother, Jack Donnermeyer, sister, Joyce (Darvin) Fredrickson, sisters-in-law, Linda Donnermeyer, Linda Donnermeyer, and brothers-in-law, Dick Stuyvenberg and Howard Jansen, parents-in-law
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, December 30, 2021 at St. Francis in Hollandtown. Visitation will be from 9:00a.m.-11:00a.m. until the time of service. Interment will be at St. Francis Cemetery.
The family is requesting all attendees wear a mask. The family would like to thank the staff at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital for their care and compassion.
For online condolences, please visit www.verkuilenfh.com