Joseph M. Adamczuk
July 8, 1927 – January 24, 2019

It is with sadness that the family announces the passing of Joseph
M. Adamczuk, resident of Medford, Wisconsin. He died peacefully in
his sleep at Aspirus Care Facility in Medford after having been on
Hospice for less than a week. Son of William and Pelagia (Koltalo)
Adamczuk who proceeded him in death along with siblings, Russell,
Bernice, Eugene, and Daniel. He is survived by niece, Gayle and
nephew, Howard, great nephew, Greg, and great niece, Sarah
Schreffler and her children, Zain and Abigail, and numerous
additional family members and adopted family, and many friends.

Joseph was a talented tool and dye design engineer, retiring from
Crepaco in 1998 in Beloit, WI.  He volunteered with the Boy Scouts
of America and recently supported the Trail Life Scouts. Joe was a
friend to all and will be remembered for his generosity, strong faith,
and sense of humor. He was an outstanding story teller and could
entertain for hours with his jokes. He was also a fabulous
photographer and loved to document his adventures.

Joe came down with polio at 21 years of age but went on to live a
productive and meaningful life, setting an outstanding example of
how to rise above challenging circumstances. He put his life in the
Lord’s hands and proceeded with courage, tenacity, and
compassion.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 1:00 PM on Saturday, February
2, 2019 at the Abbotsford Evangelical Free Church on 4868
Cemetery Avenue in Abbotsford, WI.

Special thanks to the staff at Aspirus Care Facility and to those who
supported Joseph in living an independent life, especially Ivan
Miller.