Norbert Carl Sedelbauer, 90, passed away Wednesday, October 5, 2022 in his home in Hixton, WI.
Norbert was born October 16 th , 1931 to Victor and Bertha (Fritz) Sedelbauer in Monroe, Michigan.
Norbert graduated from High School in Ida, Michigan. He served in the U.S. Marine Corp from 1952 –
1953 during the Korean War.
On May 14 th , 1955 he was married to Phyllis Mae Dentel. They had four children together.
Norbert was an active member and served on the Board of the United Methodist Church.
He worked at Tecumsch Products in Tecumsch, Michigan for 22 years and also farmed on the side.
In 1972 he moved his family to Dexter, MN to farm fulltime as a grain and hog producer.
In 1982 Norbert with his wife and three of his sons and two daughter-in-laws moved to Hixton, WI to
venture into a dairy farming operation which eventually expanded into crop farming also. Norbert
retired in 1993 but still helped where needed.
Throughout Norbert’s life he was involved in sports and recreational activities. He enjoyed traveling,
going for coffee, shaking dice and playing cards with friends and family and daily Bible readings with his
He is preceded in death by his parents, brother, Howard Sedelbauer, son, David Sedelbauer, grandson,
Gregory Sedelbauer.
He is survived by his wife; sons and daughter-in-laws, Lynn and Barb Sedelbauer of Black River Falls, WI,
Gary and Betsy Sedelbauer of Hixton, WI, Mark and Mary Sedelbauer of Hixton, WI; grandchildren and
spouses, David (Sue) Sedelbauer and Chad (Danika) Sedelbauer, Laura Sedelbauer, William Sedelbauer,
Samuel Sedelbauer, Ryan (Maritere) Sedelbauer, Matthew (Sharonna) Sedelbauer, Jonathan (Janessa)
Sedelbauer, Amy (Jake) Boe; great grandchildren Emmett and Oakley Sedelbauer, Hailley, Katie, Ella, and
Ben Sedelbauer, Blaine, and Nolan Sedelbauer, Austin Olson, Aleece and Kali Sedelbauer, Levi, Lauren
and soon to come baby Boe.
Funeral services held on Monday, October 10, 2022 , at 11am at Family Worship Assembly, 740 Alder
Street, Black River Falls, WI presided by Pastor John Cowles. Friends and family are invited to visitation
on Sunday, October 9 from 3 to 5pm at the Jensen-Modjeski Funeral Home, 128 S. Hoffman Street,
Hixton, Wisconsin, as well as at the church from 10am until the start of service. Burial with military
honors will follow at 2pm at the Sechlerville Cemetery, Hixton, Wisconsin.
The Jensen-Modjeski Funeral Home of Hixton is assisting the family.

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