Condolences for Maynard F. Tauscher



Your family is in our hearts and prayers during this difficult time. We have kept up with Kay and Maynard for 40 years through our good friends Larry and Dotti Tauscher Seab. What a fun filled life Maynard lived. There was never a dull moment when he and Kay were together. He will be greatly missed.
From Ronnie & Mary Anne Wade


My condolence on the passing of Maynard. My grandparents Fred and the late Margaret Lau were friends with Maynard and Kay.
From Dylan Van Oursouw(grandson to Fred and Margaret Lau)


Aunt Kay, Dorthy, Fred, Karen and Linda, We were saddened to hear of Maynard's passing. I have such great memories of growing up and the times our families spent together. Ice fishing, fishing at Lake Neshonic Memorial day, great picnics, paying cards, deer hunting, and just spending time having a beer with an uncle I loved a lot. It is hard being away from family as I have since I left home too many years ago for the Air Force, but I aways looked forward to spending some time with my Aunts and Uncles when I came home for a visit especially Maynard. Our thoughts and prayers are with your whole family with the loss of a husband, father, and most of all, a very good friend. Willis and Dora San Antonio, TX
From Willis & Dora Hauser


So sorry to read of Maynard's passing. We have fond memories playing cards with you two on Thurs. afternoon at the Onalaska Legion. We want to extend our Deepest Sympathy.
From Howard and Rose Horman


Karie and family, So sorry to hear of your father's death. He was a kind and gentle man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Barb and Dennis
From Barbara and Dennis Jochman


I am sorry to hear of Uncle Maynard's passing and will always remember his laughter it was infectious! M
From Carol Fraize (daughter of Raymond & Dorothy Desjardins


I have missed Uncle Maynard and Auntie Kay visit my parents in Massachusetts. They always had so much fun and Uncle Maynard was such a joker. They were such a part of my life when I was growing up. And when I was finally grown I enjoyed them as an adult. We still laugh at some of the things we remember all four of them doing. As much as I hate to see things change I know it is part of life. My condolences to your family. I know you must have many wonderful memories of Uncle Maynard. I hope Auntie Kay is fairing ok. Our thoughts our with you.
From Joyce and Joe Morin (Raymond and Dorthy Desjardins daughter)


Sorry to hear Maynard died .. My thoughts are with you during this time .. may his memories bring you comfort.
From Chuck Desjardin (son of Ray & Dot Desjardins)


Sorry for the loss of your loved ones. When our loved ones die we mourn. AND we may ask : What has happened to them ? Are they suffering ? Are they watching over us? Can we help them? Will we ever see them again? These are question that people have thought about for thousands of years.They are important question.No matter who we are or where we live , the answers concern each one of us. The Bible foretells a time when death will be no more. ( Revelation 21 : 4 ) Jesus said that all those who are in God's memory will be brought back to life. ( John 5 : 28,29 ) Dead loved ones will be restore to life with the prospect of never dying. All those sleeping in death who are in God's memory will be brought back to life. In fact there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous ,Acts 24 : 15 hope these scriptures bring you and your family comfort in your time of sorrow. Thank you mrs gloria brown
From Gloria Brown


We are so sorry to hear that Maynard has passed away
From Pat - Bill -Scott - Valentine