MONROE—Paul Owen Brockert, 57, Monroe, Wis. passed away at home March 31, 2020. Paul was born December 4, 1962, the 5th child of Dwight O. Brockert Jr. and Paula Newcomb.
Paul was born in Madison, raised by his paternal grandmother, then at 13 yrs old moved to a family farm in Spring Green where he learned construction, self-sufficiency, and great respect for the outdoors from his father. Paul loved animals. He was an avid outdoorsman and adventure lover. He enjoyed camping, fishing, river rafting and hunting. Known for his jovial personality he was always ready with a clever joke or silly prank. He loved Kentucky Fried Chicken and crab legs. Paul was quick to host get togethers, barbeques, and family events. He was a hard worker and was well versed in carpentry, electrical, landscaping, and many other areas. He shared his talent and his time generously; always willing to lend a hand. Paul was a news junkie and proud Democrat. His family, and especially his children, were his reason for living. He will be sorely missed.
Paul is survived by his children, Christopher and Claire, his mother, Paula (Clay) Sabljak, his siblings, Sally (Michael) Berray, Carmen (Phillip) Riley, his twin sister, Polly Prochaska, and John (Anna) Sabljak; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, grand niece, grand nephew, cousins and many friends. Paul was preceded in death by his sister, Lucinda, his father, and his grandparents Carmen Elizabeth and Dwight O. Brockert Sr., and Morton and Edyth Newcomb.
In light of the current global covid-19 situation, a celebration of Paul’s life will be held at a future date.
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