Kordell LeRoy Dvorachek

Kordell LeRoy Dvorachek, age 13, village of Reedsville resident, died unexpectedly on Sunday, July 15, 2012. Kordell was born October 11, 1998 to Scott and Rebecca (Schmidt) Dvorachek. He was a student at Reedsville Middle School in Reedsville, where he would be entering the 8th grade this fall. His contagious smile & laughter with his great sense of humor, along with   his willingness to always help others will be missed by many. He had a great love for the outdoors and all outdoor activities, especially hunting & fishing; he also enjoyed participating in the youth trap league at the Reedsville Sportsman’s Club. He is survived by his parents, Scott and Rebecca Dvorachek of Reedsville; two brothers, Sean and Jayden at home; paternal grandparents Tom and Lynn Dvorachek, Reedsville; maternal grandparents Wayne and LuAnn Schmidt, Plymouth; and great grandparents Joyce Fogeltanz, Two Rivers; Kathy Boeselager, Plymouth; and Allen & Arlene Schmidt of Cascade. He is further survived by aunts & uncles which include Ben (Amber) Schmidt & family of Howards Grove, Tammy (Tyler) Schwochert & family of Kiel, Joe (Dana) Schmidt & family of Kiel, Dawn (Roger) Schneider, Jr. & family of Brillion, Eric (Lisa) Dvorachek & family of Oshkosh, Chad (Nicole) Dvorachek & family of Tampa, FL; several great aunts & uncles; his hunting buddies; and many, many great friends.  He was preceded in death by a sister, Abigail Rose Dvorachek; great grandparents, Adolph and Caroline Dvorachek, LeRoy Fogeltanz, and Donald Boeselager; and a great aunt, Lori Matte. Funeral services were held at 11 00 a.m. on Thursday, July 19, 2012 at St. John – St. James Ev. Lutheran Church, 223 Manitowoc St. Reedsville.  Rev. Timothy Nommensen officiated at the service, burial followed in St. John – St. James Cemetery, Reedsville. A memorial fund has been established in Kordell’s name. Deja & Martin Funeral Chapels, 1506 – 18th St. Two Rivers assisted the Dvorachek family with funeral arrangements. The Dvorachek family would like to extend a special thank you to the Reedsville First Responders, Valders Ambulance, Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Dept., and the Emergency Room Staff at Holy Family Memorial for all their continued efforts, and the support offered to our family at this most tragic time.

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