Dave Gonnering, 62, Passed Away Peacefully on December 6, 2021
On December 6, 2021, Dave Gonnering, age 62, peacefully passed away at his home in Freedom, Wisconsin. Survived by his wife Marcy “Cel”; sons Glen (Barb), Gail Brauer and Greg Gonnering; grandchildren Lauren, Hannah, Mason, Kamden, Kullen and Khade Brauer; brothers Jim (Mary), Mike (Patti) and Dick Gonnering; parents-in-law Marilyn Fischer and Ethel Gonnering; sisters Mary Nechodom Ralph Fischer Molly Fischer Rick Fischer Maureen LeBoeuf Maria Beyer Rod Fischer; along with many nieces and nephews.
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David is a longtime Golden Triangle resident and certified commercial real estate expert. He enjoys entertaining friends and family with great drinks, while taking time out of work to study real estate. A self-described nerd when it comes to real estate matters, David has earned a reputation for problem solving that’s no holds barred, as well as his dedication to creating an atmosphere of openness, camaraderie, and innovation. A proud member of the IPC team since 1997, David often guest speaks at local industry events covering everything from commercial real estate brokerage to insurance and finance topics.
Dave was a hardworking, kind and loving man who treasured his family. His joy in life came from spending time with his grandchildren, wife and close friends.
On December 6, 2021, David Gonnering passed away at 62 years of age. He was born on March 1, 1959 to John and Catherine (Romenesko) Gonnering in Hamburg, Germany.
He is survived by his wife, Marcy “Cel”; children Glen Gonnering, Gail Brauer, and Greg Gonnering; grandchildren Lauren, Hannah, Mason, Kamden, Kullen and Khade Brauer; brothers Jim (Mary), Mike (Patti) Dick Gonnering; parents-in-law Marilyn Fischer Ethel Gonnering Margie Ebben Mary Nechodom Ralph Fischer Carolyn Molly Fischer Rick Fischer Diann Maureen LeBoeuf Maria Beyer Rod Fischer; as well as many nieces and nephews.
The family of David Gonnering would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to all his friends and colleagues for their comfort during this difficult time. Please light a candle in his memory or send his family a sympathy card as an act of expression.