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Shawn E. Hewitt

04/12/1972 - 01/02/2021
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Shawn E. Hewitt, age 48, of Menasha, died, Saturday, January 2, 2021, at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee. He was born April 12, 1972, to John III and Carole (Redlin) Hewitt. Shawn was a 1992 graduate of Winneconne High School. He owned and operated The Landscape Contractors. Shawn enjoyed hunting and fishing and was looking forward to sturgeon spearing this season. He was known for his willingness to help anyone who needed it.

Shawn is survived by two daughters, Gabrielle and Samantha; his significant other, Jenna Vande Wettering; two brothers and a sister, John (Carol) Hewitt, Julianne (Gary) Reif, Jaime (Lori) Hewitt; an uncle he was especially close to, Tim Hewitt; and nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Preceding Shawn in death were his parents, John Hewitt III and Carole Redlin.

A graveside service and interment will be held on Saturday, April 24, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. at the Winneconne Cemetery. Mueller Funeral Home-Winneconne is assisting the family with arrangements.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to assist the family with funeral expenses.

If you wish please submit online condolences to muellerfh.net.

Jerry witt , wrote on January 8, 2021
Shawn , your a awsome friend that allways cared about others. You allways tried to make a joke when times got tuff working together during several landscape jobs, you never gave up. The friendship we have had for the past 30 years is allready hard to know your not around to call and bullshit with. First time i meet you , came over to your house and walked in and saw a 7 fot full mount grizzle bear in your living room wow , along with all your dads animal mounts.. i would allways call you and ask for a snow plowing report.. hey shawner you take care of yourself. Missing you allready ??

Julie Owens wrote on January 7, 2021
I have so many fond memories of time spent with you – sturgeon spearing, pheasant hunting, goose hunting (the time your father said I didn’t shoot the goose, that it fell out of the sky from shock), dinners at the Pine Tree and White House and the wonderful landscaping you did for me. Rest in peace.

Grandma Johnson wrote on January 7, 2021
Shawn, even though I only knew you since you and Jenna got together, I got to know you enough to know that you were a very caring, kind and friendly person. I feel blessed to have gotten to know you. Rest in peace Shawn!

John Hewitt wrote on January 6, 2021
I'm going to miss you little brother also I will never forget the crazy times we had on our hunting trips with dad and the one in New Mexico with Jaime that was special and thanks for taking the top bunk because you said it sure was hot up there and a little cooler for me on the bottom bunk. Then we brought up how you could shoot which was not good that day and you said can't we talk about something else like the weather and dad said whether or not you can't shoot Ha Ha . I will not stop thinking about all the crazy times we had together but now your with mom and dad . Thanks your big brother John

Tim wrote on January 6, 2021
Miss you so much Shawner

Greg Vande Wettering wrote on January 6, 2021
Miss you Shawn . Happy your pain free.

Mark & Sheri Peters wrote on January 6, 2021
May the Lord comfort Shawn’s daughters, family, his significant other Jenna and his friends during his loss. I pray that when we think of Shawn we think of his kindness and caring heart and how he liked to be around people. “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abbot for in hope”. Rom. 15:13

Jenna Vande Wettering wrote on January 6, 2021
I know he will be missed by qlot of people and I have alot memories of me and you and I wished I could spent more with you.i wish I could tell you stuff thats on my mind couple days after you passed away . And I want to tell you can you tell my grandma bev I said hi and my dog Joey i miss him alot and I talk about Joey lot to you.

Eric Schmidt wrote on January 6, 2021
Shawn I will miss the good times we spent in the boat fishing against our dads on the river as kids. The perch limits on Green Bay, the hours in duck blinds, and bow hunting were some of the great memories we had. Tell your dad I said hi. Rest in n peace my friend..

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