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Mr. Erich Louis Lindner
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We celebrate the life of Mr. Lindner of a loving Father, Family man, Community Member, dear friend and entrepreneur. Mr. Lindner's Life will be celebrated on September 2nd, 2023 at The Banks Chapel of Peace 2535 N. Teutonia Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53206. Public Memorial begins at 11:00am Please pray for the family in this hour of sorrow.
The children of Mr. Lindner share's his life story:
Erich Louis Lindner made his transition after a life filled with creativity, wonder, passion and love. Born to Judith and Lee Lindner in Milwaukee, WI where he became well known for his mastery in door work and repair.
Erich graduated from James Madison high school and worked a variety of jobs throughout his life. He acquired a large set of skills that ultimately allowed him to pave his own way as an entrepreneur. He was a way maker, a hustler and an opener of doors to many.
Erich was a "Jack of all trades" but highly skilled in carpentry. His strong mental abilities allowed him to figure out problems and solve them quickly! If you had a question or needed help fixing something Erich was the one to call. He was a savior of many and went out of his way to help those he loved and even complete strangers.
Erich had many hobbies and interests but what he loved most of all was GOD, his children, nature and his dogs. He was a talented musician, a lifelong learner and lover of Jesus Christ.
Erich loved to talk and make people laugh! He was very outgoing and inspired many. He knew something about everything so he could definitely keep a conversation going. He especially loved talking about the Bible and politics. In his free time he enjoyed Nature walks at the beach and through the forest, Mountain bike riding, listening to music, camping, reading and watching kung-fu movies.
Erich was a hard worker and took very good care of his 4 children. Zachary, Shekara, Skylah and Zion were absolutely spoiled by their father and will always cherish the childhood memories he provided.
Erich was loved by many friends, customers and his children. He will be truly missed and cherish forever in loving memory!
Words to remember:
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.