Justin Werner Car Accident, Obituary – Tragically, my cousin Justin Werner died away yesterday. For our family, this is the most sad and devastating news. Such a powerful, crucial component of the Werner cousin clan has been lost. Thank you, Rich Ginger Spice and Justin. Leonard for always watching out for us and my mechanics for always saving the day when my beat-up autos needed repairs You all are terribly missed; in addition to losing my cousin, I also lost an incredible extra cousin. I would greatly appreciate it if everyone would remember our family in their thoughts right now, especially his close relatives and Sam. The Officers and Trustees regret to notify our members that we lost two hunting camp staff with heavy hearts and sincere condolences.
members Rich Leonard and Justin Werner perished last night in a horrific atv accident at camp. Please remember Justin Werner and Rich Leonard’s families and friends in your prayers. We will update you when we learn more information. We pray for Reverend Justin N. Werner, who at the age of 93 entered eternal life on February 10, 2023, in the name of our trust in the Resurrection of Jesus. Father Werner was born on April 12, 1929, to George and Adelaide (Mayer) Werner in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He graduated from Lincoln High School in Kenosha, St. Catherine High School in Racine, and St. Norbert Junior College in De Pere. After that, he attended St. Francis Seminary and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Theology.
He was consecrated on May 31, 1958, at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral in Green Bay by Bishop Stanislaus V. Bona. As Associate Pastor of St. Augustine Parish in Wausaukee, Father Werner’s first clerical position was held. After three months, he was given the one-year position of Associate Pastor at St. Matthew Parish in Green Bay. After that, he was given a six-year appointment as associate pastor at St. Margaret Mary Parish in Neenah. He was appointed as the two-year associate pastor of Holy Cross Parish in Kaukauna in 1965. The following year, he was appointed as the St. James Parish, White Lake, Temporary Administrator with a mission in Langlade. After that, he was given a one-year appointment as associate pastor at St. Agnes Parish in Green Bay. He was a teacher at St. Francis Xavier High School in 1968.
Appleton for a calendar year. From 1969 to 1970, Fr. Werner served as the pastor of Sacred Heart Parish in Spruce. He also spent a year as the pastor of St. Mary Parish in Algoma after being assigned to the position in 1970. He was appointed pastor of St. Edward Parish in Mackville in 1971 and worked there for eight years. He was appointed pastor of St. John Parish in Gillett in 1979, where he worked for nine years. While continuing to serve as pastor of St. John Parish in Gillett, he was appointed to the position of pastor of St. Martin of Tours Parish in Cecil from 1984 until 1988. He also spent eleven years as the pastor of St. Mary Parish in Greenville after being appointed to the position in 1988. He was also chosen as the SS’s Temporary Administrator in 1993.