Tom Szymanski wrote on September 28, 2023
We are saddened by the passing of our beloved Uncle Al. We want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family during this difficult time. Uncle Al was an incredible man. Our memory of him will always be in our hearts. His dedication to family, community, and his service to our country left a positive impact on all of us. One of my early memories of Uncle Al was getting large bags of unsold DixieLand donuts from his business. Our family was able to use the donuts for food for our pigs on the farm. It provided an early life lesson. Do not let things go to waste. That is how I know Uncle Al led his life and is a part of the legacy he leaves. He lived life to the fullest and did not let a minute go to waste. We wish you strength and comfort during this challenging time. Our deepest condolences go out to your family. Sincerely, Tom and Shery Szymanski
Joan Case wrote on September 21, 2023
Young married couple going to work in Oshkosh in the late 1960s, every morning we stopped for donuts Thank you !!!!
Jane Tuchscherer wrote on September 21, 2023
I remember at Mr. or Mrs. Florek's funeral, my sister Ann thought your dad was the priest. Which made sense, because to us, he was! I remember the torture of being sent to Dixie Cream for a quart of milk. Oh, that smell of donuts! And the thrill when we actually got to buy a bag of donuts. That shop and your family were very dear fixtures in the neighborhood. 100 years is a great run! I'm sorry for your loss and send you all very warm greetings.
Greg Teclaw wrote on September 20, 2023
My condolences go out to the entire Teclaw family. My Dad, Marion Teclaw, was one of Al's younger brothers. He always spoke very highly of Al. Rest in peace Uncle Al.