Eric Rutowski Obituary, Death– Eric, who was born at Fort Hood, Texas, on June 25th, 1969, was raised in Waukesha, Wisconsin, by his devoted parents Ron and Dawn. Eric’s birthday is June 25th, 1969. As the eldest of five children, he spent his childhood alongside his younger siblings Twila, Rebecca, Jared, and Nathan. He spent most of his youth being active in the Boy Scouts, several religious groups, and various activities in the neighborhood. Eric became an Eagle Scout after achieving the rank of Life Scout at the age of sixteen.
My much loved and respected father, Eric Rutowski, went away suddenly on Tuesday evening, and I am filled with a profound sense of loss and sorrow at this news. Eric was a devoted father to his daughters, Lillian and myself, and a doting husband to his wife, Leanne. He was also an incredible source of support for us. During his thirty years as a teacher at Mukwonago High School, he had a large number of pupils, and they all referred to him as “the great Mr. Rutowski.”
A funeral ceremony is going to be held for Eric in order to commemorate his life and the commitment he made to the people he cherished and cared for. The following is the schedule for the memorial service:
The sixth of July, 2023, on a Thursday
Visitation by the public is from 2:00 to 6:00.
Memorial Service: 6 pm-7:30 pm
Eric first became acquainted with Leanne while he was a teenager and worked at the Brookfield Bartz Party Store. After graduating from high school, he immediately enrolled in the collegiate program at BYU Hawaii. Following that, he planned to return to Wisconsin so that he could finish his college degree at Carroll University. While he was still in Waukesha, he met Leanne, the woman he would later wed in 1991, and fell in love with her. In 1993, he began his career in education by taking a position as an art teacher at Mukwonago High School.Eric’s love of learning compelled him to go back to school while he was working at MHS and raising a family with Leanne.
He earned his Master of Education from National Louis University while juggling all of these responsibilities. Over the course of three decades, he has instructed an uncountable number of pupils, all of whom have benefited from his love of teaching, his excitement for the arts, and his skill in the field. Max, I’m so sorry for your and your family’s loss. Your Dad was a great man. He and I had so many great experiences and great times times together over our almost 40 years as friends and those will be the memories I will cherish for all my remaining years. I pray for you and your family during this most difficult time.