Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Allan D. McInnis

Waukesha -- Allan D. McInnis, 68, formerly of Racine, passed away at Waukesha Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, December 2, 2008.

He was born in Ironwood, Michigan, on November 11, 1940, son of the late Chester R. and Mildred E. (nee: Bloomquist) McInnis.

Allan moved with his family to Milwaukee, WI, during WWII. After the war, the family relocated to Butternut, WI. Their next move was to Racine, WI. Allan lived in Racine for 36 years and attended Stephen Bull School. Allan moved with his loving parents after they retired to Lake VanZile, Leona, WI. They enjoyed many fun-filled years on the lake before Allan moved to live with his brother and his wife, Lee and Martha McInnis, in Waukesha. While living in Racine, Allan was a longtime member of Epiphany Lutheran Church and the Cerebral Palsy Club of Racine.

Allan leaves behind, to cherish his memory, devoted brothers and sister, Norman R. (Elaine) McInnis of Racine, WI, Lee F. (Martha) McInnis of Waukesha, WI, and Joan E. (Julius) Nagy of Sparks, NV; nieces and nephews, Gail (Jim) Whittier, Laura (John) Knoch, all of Racine, Kathryn (Steve) Kaplan of Oak Creek, Julie (George) Olesinski of Reno, NV, Twyla (Amador) DeLeon of Portland, TX, Todd (Wendy) McInnis of Watertown, WI, Christopher McInnis of New Orleans, LA and Joel (Donna) Nagy of Sparks, NV, and a longtime friend, Barbara Baars, of Racine. Several aunts, uncles, and cousins further survive him. His parents Chester and Mildred preceded him in death.

Allan’s funeral service will be held in the funeral home on Monday, December 8, at noon, with Rev. Thomas G. Kraus officiating. Visitation will be in the funeral home on Monday from 11 a.m. until the time of the service. Committal Services will follow in the Chapel at West Lawn Memorial Park. The family has suggested memorials to Epiphany Lutheran Church, the Waukesha Bible Church, or the United Cerebral Palsy Foundation.

4600 County Line Rd., Racine (262) 552-9000

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We are so sorry for the loss of Allan. He was such a warm and wonderful person; he will be sadly missed. -Gail Whittier (niece)