Guestbook for Dale S. Sedlmayr
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Dale was my first nephew. I can still is so many good times. Like trick or treating the kids running to the next house or Dale and my son Chad hiding in a tree then jumping down and scaring all the kids trick or treating, Christmas at grandma's house, sledding down the hill with fresh snow. I can not say Good-Bye...but will say SEE YA
From Auntie Teresa and Uncle Bob

7:50 am - 11/04/18

I was a Holmen Middle School teacher and have fond memories of Dale. Mike and Dawn my prayers are going your way.
From John Bjerke

1:29 pm - 10/31/18

I am so sorry for the loss of your son. I was a teacher at Evergreen Elementary when I had the pleasure of knowing Dale,and his brother Thomas. I will always remember his bright smile. Prayers to your family during this difficult time.
From Kelly Becker

9:29 pm - 10/30/18

I have not seen him in good shape for almost 11 years. Having a father that I never got to know for that long and just starting to make contact with him weeks after being adopted is hard. I only got to talk to him for a few mouths before he got sick. That was not long. I wish that I could have spent more time with him in the hospital before he passed on. He told me to work hard and to come and visit some time. I just wish he was still with me. "To the father I never got to know"
From Dale Sedlmayr Jr ( His oldest son )

11:29 am - 10/30/18

Dale was my little brother's father. He never met my little brother. My mother's heart was broken by this man. But at the end of the day, he was the father of my brother. If it wasn't for him, my little brother wouldn't be here today. And for that, I thank him for that.
From A hurt Brother

10:47 am - 10/29/18

My deepest sympathies in the loss of Dale. I have fond memories of Saturday mornings watching Dale and my daughter bowl, and good conversation with Dawn. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Sue Johnson (Wiese)
From Susan Johnson(Wiese)

11:57 am - 10/28/18

We are so very sorry for your loss. May God's loving arms be wrapped around you at your time of need. God only lent you his son and now he had to go home.
From Roxanne & Gerald Predmore

2:22 am - 10/25/18