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Andrew Gerald Dallman went to Heaven on December 9, 2022 at his home in Weston at the age of 48 after fighting a hard battle with an unexpected heart condition before meeting his Heavenly Father.
Andy was born on May 4, 1974 in Schofield, Wisconsin to Gerald and Shirley Dallman. He graduated from DC Everest High School in 1992. Andy loved adventure and one of his most prized creations was his public access TV show called “Scream TV”. He put his heart into his show as he did everything else he was passionate about.
His adventurous nature took him to move to Illinois and later to Texas. When he traveled back to Wisconsin, he proudly joined the Army in 1999. Sergeant Andrew Dallman served 9 years and 10 months and was an Infantryman and an Armor Crewman during this time. After completing his deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, he received an honorable discharge in 2007 with many metals of Honor.
Andy later met his beloved wife, Rocio, who he married on December 16, 2006. They have since brought two beautiful children into the world, Anna (age 12) and Mason (age 11). With this, Andy was proud to give himself the name of “Family Man”, as his family was his heart and he loved being a Dad. He was a very patient, fun, and proud father to his children. This showed through his willingness to give his children his all, including allowing his daughter Anna to put headbands on him and allowing his son Mason to wrestle him to the ground. If his children were happy, Andy was happy,
Andy was an avid bicyclist making trips every summer to Appleton, Green Bay, or wherever his bike would lead him. He would always have his plan. There were falls, scrapes, cuts, and even bear encounters, but nothing would stop him from moving forward!
Andy is survived by his wife, Rocio Dallman, and his children Anna and Mason Dallman. His father, Gerald Dallman, sister Tracy (Edgar) Arreola, nephews Cash and Sylas Arreola, uncles and aunts Dale Dallman, Sharon Kline, Jan Zblewski, Tom (Tammy) Dallman, Carol Cywinski, Jeanie Detert, Norine Cywinski, Nancy Dzwonkowski, Kathy (Lenny) Bittner, Russel (Tina) Cywinski, Mary, cousins Amy (Micaila), Christopher Kline, Zack (Lilah), Stephanie (Brendon), Nick Zblewski, Jackie, Tammy, Penny, Bill, Rick, Rene, Scott, Todd, Troy, Trevor, Travis, Tina, Keya, Tiffany, Fallon, Lana, and Vance, in-laws Alfredo and Fanny Arevalo, Marianne and Enrique Aguilera, J. Sebastian Arevalo, and nieces and nephews Michelle, Jurgen, Jarek, Abby, and Alex as well as many friends.
Andy was preceded in death by his mother, Shirley Dallman-West, grandparents Bernard and Lorraine Dallman, Leah and Zig Cywinski, uncles Mark Zblewski, Jim and Ron Cywinski, and Ernie Detert.
Andy was a father, a husband, a son, a brother, a nephew, a cousin, and a best friend to many. He was a man of integrity, determination, and he was an inspiration to everyone who knew him.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, December 15th from 3 PM – 6 PM at St. Marks Catholic Church at 602 Military Rd., Rothchild, WI a Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 6 PM in the church. Burial will be at Restlawn Memorial Park. Brainard Funeral of Weston has been entrusted with arrangements. To share a memory of Andy with his family please visit www.Brainardfuneral.com.
Thursday, December 15, 2022
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Thursday, December 15, 2022
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