Roger M. Dorner, 74, Green Bay, died suddenly Sunday March 16, 2014. He was born in Luxemburg on October 25, 1939 to the late Michael W. and Leone M. (Burkart) Dorner. On September 14, 1963 he married Donna Rae M. Delveaux at St. Martin Church in Tonet. Roger was employed with Fort Howard Paper, Green Bay for 32 years, retiring in 1998. He was a member of St. Philip Church in Green Bay, singing in their choir and played an active roll in orchestrating their church picnics. Roger is best known for making his booyah aka: "Belgian Gold" serving many over the years. He loved to tinker at small engine repair, he was a member of the NABNB and the ROMEO Club and carried a delightful sense of humor that will live on forever.
Survivors include his loving wife of 50 years, Donna, and their two children, Jason Dorner, Green Bay, Amy (Tom) Wiegand, Luxemburg, five grandchildren, Allyson, William, and Dagan, Dorner, Sadie and Chase Wiegand, one brother, Tom Dorner, Green Bay; four sisters and three brothers-in-law, Marjorie Dorner, MN; Anita (Ted) Stodola, Luxemburg; Lori (Steve) Hogg, PA; Diane (Marc) Erickson, Casco; three brothers-in-law and four sisters-in-law, Gary (Rita) Delveaux, Green Bay; Jill Lalko, Oshkosh; Linda (Matt) Connell, Mountain; Lisa (Lee) Laurent, New Franken, his mother-in-law, Bertha Delveaux, Luxemburg, many nieces, nephews and friends.
Roger was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, William Dorner, one sister, Mary Ann Stockton, one brother-in-law, Marty Lalko, his father-in-law, Elmer Delveaux.
Friends may call at (Roger's family parish) St. Mary Church, Luxemburg, between 3:30 and 6:45 pm, Friday March 21, 2014. Funeral 7:00 pm at the church with Rev. Milton Suess officiating. Burial in St. Mary Cemetery, Luxemburg. McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG, is assisting the Dorner Family.
In lieu of flowers a memorial fund will be established in Roger's memory.
The Dorner Family wishes to extend a thank you to the Bellevue Fire and Rescue Department, the staff of Aurora Baycare Emergency Center, special friends, Don Rank, Arnie Rank and Darrell Dax for all of your help given to Roger.