September 26, 1948 – August 14, 2019
Warren Daluge, age 70, of Loretto, passed away on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, from complications of a farming accident. He was born September 26, 1948 to Leonard E. & Alice O. (Nelson) Daluge. He was baptized, confirmed and was a life-long member of Salem Lutheran Church in Greenfield. Warren worked as a Teamster, but his heart and soul belonged to farming, family, friends, tractor pulling, and truck and machinery repair. Survived by: loving wife Sally; children Bill (Shannon) Daluge, and Cathy (Matthew) Kohnen; grandchildren: Jack Daluge; Willie (JoJo) Kohnen and Rebecca Kohnen; great-grandchildren: Harlee and Waylon Kohnen; siblings: Orville (Shelley) Daluge; Marlys (Bill Fluseman) Mooney and Marilyn (Farrell) Hart. Preceded in death by his parents, a brother Lester Daluge, brother-in-law Mark Mooney. The family invites you to wear a blue tee shirt and jeans. In lieu of memorials…pay it forward. Help a friend or neighbor.
Sending our deepest sympathy, Sally, Bill, Kathy, and all of Warren’s family. We were devastated to hear of Warren’s passing. May you all find comfort in knowing that he is resting in God’s loving embrace. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers as you grieve now and in the future.
Our thoughts & prayers are with the family & friends of Warren!!
We hope that if you need anything you will reach out to the Farming Community again, as we would be glad to assist.
The family of Keith & Jody Weber
Our deepest sympathy to all the family. He will never be forgotten. Prayers, Clem and Kay Otto
My deepest sympathy to all of you! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers during the hard days ahead. May God keep you and bless you…..
Our deepest condolences,
Warren will never be forgotten.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Doboszenski & Sons, Inc.
We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you all.
John and Staci Scherber
Never a day goes by that I don’t think of Warren. He will be missed for sure. But, I am so much better for knowing him, and learning from him. You always knew what was on his mind, and he did his best by everyone who asked for advise or help.
Rest well, my friend.