Condolences for Herman “Butch” Troyanek
Family of Butch....
What can I say, Butch was a great guy to have a few beers with! Always good for a joke or some good information(..needed or not. 😉)
He's ina good place with great company.
He'll be missed but not forgotten.
From Sharon Roesler
I met Butch when I worked at South Lanes Pizza in the 1980’s.
I’d seen him around of course since my family had been regulars since the 1960’s – and my parents went back even farther.
Later, I worked behind the bar at the bowling alley and Butch turned into my colleague.
I had a great time at that job and Butch was part of the reason why - he was a great colleague and friend.
Please accept my sympathy on his passing.
From Gene Purcell
Our sincere condolences to Butch's family. He was one great man. Will miss that infectious smile and laugh. So many great memories from the Trane tournaments at South Lanes, the great times we had bowling there when Butch was working or bowling with us. He will truly be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you now. Keep those good memories close to you.
From Dan & Lori Geary
I am sorry to see you lost Butch and he is in Heaven now. Of all the years from my early teens to my 30's I knew him mainly from hanging out with the neighbor kid's at South Lane's. We all really had the Lanes as the place to meet our friend's and it was fun to hang out there. Butch was a real nice guy and he was also a fair guy when it came to deciding if our action's got us tossed out for the rest of the night or night. Also Butch was an interesting man with alot of stories he'd share with us. It could be about anything, Hunting,Fishing,Local News, Bowling,what ever! Those days I'll always cherish in my memories as the days I'll always look back on fondly. We all were really a part of a neighborhood club and Butch & Roy, lets not forget Roy ran the Club House so to speak. Today I live about 40 miles from New Orleans,Louisiana and I'm still
Wisconsin through and trough. God Bless us all as we all will see Butch again some day. And to Gary and family may God ease and comfort your pain in this great time of loss.
From Russell Peterson
Butch didn’t know us very well, but, never did forget a friendly face. He always had a smile and made you feel good to be around him. Rest In Peace, Butch. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
From Bob and Liz Thompson
I will keep you in my prayers Butch.
From Jim Tracy