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Allen L. Ozak

August 30, 1952 December 20, 2021
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Allen Lee Ozak age 69 passed away at his home in Oconto, Wisconsin on December 20, 2021. Al was a lifelong resident of Oconto leaving only to serve his country in the Army in the early 1970’s. He was the tenth child born to Albert and Victoria Ozak on August 30,1952. Al graduated from Oconto High School with the class of 1970. He enjoyed and excelled in wrestling. After serving in the army Al had several jobs including many years at Cruisers in Oconto and Georgia Pacific in Green Bay. In his free time he participated in baseball, golf, pool, and bowling leagues.

Al enjoyed old time country music. He had a quick wit and enjoyed telling jokes and humorous stories. He liked playing cards and in family games considered himself to be the Uno Master. Al loved and was very proud of his two sons and their accomplishments. He was glad that Bryce just received a new job and would be moving to Oshkosh, closer to home. He was also greatly anticipating Bryan’s upcoming wedding.

Al is survived by his two sons, Bryce Ozak and Bryan Ozak (fiancee Alexis Bartlett). He is further survived by his brothers, Roman Ozechowski and Stephen (Susan) Ozechowski, sister Lottie Walls, sister-in-law, Deanna Ozechowski, and mother of his sons, Kim Ozak. Al was preceded in death by his parents, Albert and Victoria Ozak, brothers Albert Jr, Robert, Kasmir, and Lawrence; and sisters Rose Funk and Georgia Christensen.

Per Al’s request there will be no funeral. When you think of him, tell a joke or share a story that he would have told. He would like that. Online condolences can be expressed at

We love you Al. You will always be in our hearts.
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