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Vernon A Ammentorp

February 11, 1930 - January 30, 2021

U.S. Veteran

Funeral services honoring Vernon’s life will be held privately.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Entombment was held in Sunset Ridge Memorial Park.

 

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Posted by:
Jim Vescova

Posted on:
February 8, 2021

To the family of Vern. I first meet Vern when I was a teenager still living with my dad and mom back in the sixty's. He was working with my dad along with Lenny, and Doc, . at AMC. They sure could have fun together. Ex special at my mom and dads Xmas party's . They would always be there for one other. I think they spent more time together outside work than inside. When I started working for AMC the highlight of my days was visiting the master mech office were your dad worked along with my dad. Your dad even helped me laying tile flooring and putting up paneling in the new home I built in Somers in 1974. Your dad was one in a million. They don't get any better. When you hear other people talking about there fathers just know this, you had the best. After my dad past away and Amc broke up we kinda lost track of one another. Am sorry we did. I think there all gone know. Gee I miss my old friends. If you could remember to let me know if you have a memorial for Vern I like to be there.

Posted by:
Mark M Sockness

Posted on:
February 8, 2021

My deepest sympathies to Vern's family. I worked with Vern at AMC in the 70s and 80s. He was a true professional and I learned a lot from him. May all the fond memories and laughs shared with Vern aid you in overcoming your grief.

Posted by:
Ken and Sandy Hill

Posted on:
February 7, 2021

Tammy Jeff and family we are very sorry for this great loss.I enjoyed the time that I spent talking to Vern he was a very fine intelligent man with a great sense of humor . I’m sure he will be dearly missed. Our prayers will be with your family during this difficult time in your life. God Bless

Posted by:
Carol Seiberlich

Posted on:
February 7, 2021

My sympathy to Nancy and her daughters. He will be missed by all who knew him.

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Marion & James

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

Sending our deepest sympathy to all of you....wish we could be there to share this hard time with you.....hoping to get our vaccines and get back to "Normal" if possible... Stay Safe and keep in touch!!!!!LOVE AND HUGS to all of you!!!!!

Posted by:
Sandy & Kevin Comstock

Posted on:
February 4, 2021

Our Deepest Sympathy to Aunt Nancy, Terri, Tammi & families in the loss of such a special man. We have fond memories of our visits with you & Uncle Vernon at the Ammentorp family reunions & remember the nice summer visit & pontoon ride at your place in Green Lake, when we use to live in Montello. Our thoughts & prayers are with all of you during this difficult time, with hugs of love & support. Sandy & Kevin Comstock, Medford, WI