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Roger A. Kindschi

02/26/1946 - 06/09/2023
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Roger A. Kindschi was born February 26, 1946, to Alvin and Eudora Kindschi in Rockford, Illinois. He peacefully entered his eternal rest on Friday, June 9, 2023, after an extended battle with heart disease. A special thanks to the Poy Sippi EMT’s who responded to the call on June 9.

Stationed in Guam, Roger proudly served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War. On February 28, 1970, he married the love of his life, Rebecca Gault, from Beloit.

He enjoyed cruises and Wisconsin sports teams. Roger’s many accomplishments included a double Master’s degree from the University of Dubuque and the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary. He was the founder of Allasso ministries which later became Community Impact where he and his son Rick consulted with churches developing ministry resources and consultation. He was the leader in the Wisconsin Annual conference of the United Methodist Church. Roger was known for a life spent following Jesus and encouraging others to believe.

Roger is survived by his wife, Rebecca; son, Richard (Rachel) Kindschi, of Harrison, WI; daughter, Heidi (Drew) Swanson, of DePere, WI; two grandchildren, Sami Swanson and Terriontay Brown; brothers, Dale (Paula); Glenn; and other relatives and friends.

Preceding Roger in death were his parents; and a sister-in-law, Margaret Alf Kindschi.

A visitation for family and friends will be on Saturday, June 17, 2023, from Noon to 2:00 p.m. at the Borth United Methodist Church W304 Cty Rd D Berlin. Worship will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday at the church. A meal at the church will follow. Burial with military honors will be at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday at the Borth Cemetery.

Mueller Funeral Home-Winneconne is assisting the family. If you wish, please submit online condolences to muellerfh.net.        

Pastor Becky, wrote on July 4, 2023
I was so saddened to hear of your loss of your husband. What a dear man, gathering many into believing in Our creator.the mighty King Jesus. He has certainly earned his way into.Gods Kingdom . Sincerely Kelley Brand, Kairos Outside.

Ev & Kev Zimmerman wrote on June 17, 2023
Dear Becky and family, We are saddened by your loss and our loss of Roger. You you and Roger were great neighbors and such kind friends to us. We made it before the service started, then the line (understandably) shut down. We made it thru Rick’s talk; Finn, age 19 months was a trooper. So sorry we didn’t get to talk to you in person and express our condolences. Much love.

Dean Hulce wrote on June 16, 2023
Rick and Becky Our hearts break for you and your family. Roger was always was always such a loving, positive and uplifting man of God. It's a hard time... but just imagine what Roger is experiencing on this day... He dancing before his Lord and Savior... we'll all be together soon. Love you all

Gossett Jerilyn wrote on June 14, 2023
Wishing blessings upon the all the family as you remember Roger and how he shared his Christian faith. His ministry carries on through the people he touched at camp, in churches, and in the.Christian love he shared any way he could. I am unable to travel, but will be thinking of you not only during service for Roger, but in the months ahead.

Pastor Glenda McCracken wrote on June 13, 2023
Becky my soul felt your loss when I heard the news. Roger was always a friendly and yielding to God’s calling or Becky's calling sometimes also. Always willing to give a hand. Roger went running home to be in the arms of Jesus after his final look of good bye to his family and earthly friends. He is settled in the arms of Jesus and very content. Becky you will be able to join him with his Lord and Savior, when your name is called. All who know Christ will be following Roger home at their appointed time. God Bless you and know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love in Christ Glenda McCracken.

Sue Wilson wrote on June 13, 2023
You have been surrounded by our prayers since Friday morning after the Bishop let us know what was happening when we were gathered for the retired clergy dinner. Sending Big Hugs?? We hope to see you Saturday in person. Praying for the Peace that only God can give as you rely on His Holy Spirit these next hours, days, weeks.

Donna. Booth wrote on June 13, 2023
May God comfort the dear family of Roger as he will be deeply missed. Rogers dedication to working for our Lord speaks volumes and his duties never went unnoticed. We appreciate all the dedication that he did for all of us and our churches and his trust in God’s fir healing/hope/ and prayers given for all that all May come to know live/ love and serve our Lord that they would establish a relationship with him as he did, sending prayers for peace snd comfort and blessings to all his loved ones . I am honored to have known such a special man who dedicated his life to God.

Rev. Mary Council-Austin wrote on June 13, 2023
Surrounding you with my prayers. I am thinking of you and your family Pastor Becky as you say goodbye and celebrate Roger's extraordinary life of service. I was blessed to be the long-time recipient of his Christian friendship and support. May he rest in God whom he loved so completely. Praise the Lord for a Life Well Lived!

Pastor Anita and Don Genrich wrote on June 13, 2023
Becky, Rick, Heidi and family. Our lives have been woven in connections over the past 30 years since we love the LORD, serving Jesus faithfully in spreading the Gospel through WI Renewal Ministry events, Lay Witness Weekends, WI Confessing Movement, WCA, Kairos Outside, WI, and Fox Valley Walk to Emmaus. We have enjoyed our connections with Roger and his heart for serving Jesus! Know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Roger got his eternal upgrade, for him the race has been completed and because of Jesus' work on the cross...he is victoriously in the LORD's eternal arms. For those left behind, the heart hole of grief is real and impactful. May God's love and grace fill those times when the memories and grief are strongest. Your friends in Christ - Anita and Don

Peter Gosda wrote on June 12, 2023
Probably the First Gentle Man and Teacher of Steady Faith I have ever known. My heart hurts for You all, Becky, Rick, and Heidi.. Rest in Peace Roger