Proko-Wall welcomes Peggy George
Proko-Wall Funeral Home & Crematory proudly announces the addition of Peggy George as Aftercare Coordinator. Few funeral homes and crematories in Green Bay assist families after the funeral service, memorial service or celebration of life. But, for a lot of people, that is when they need the most help. The weeks and months after the funeral seem daunting.
We have added Peggy George to the Proko-Wall team to serve you and your family long after the funeral is over. Peggy will be in charge of planning the Proko-Wall Christmas Program, the Spring Planting Program, and the two yearly bus trips exclusively for widows and widowers experiencing the first year of loss. Peggy will also be responsible for the Proko-Wall newsletter, Tomorrow.
In addition, Peggy can assist your family with filing for Veteran's Benefits, delivering death certificates, laminating obituaries, and all of those special touches that seem overwhelming when you have to do it alone.
Peggy is a member of St. Matthew Parish and is the former owner of Seize the Day event planning. She still assists the new owner, her daughter, Katie Hess, with corporate events. We feel very lucky to have her on board!
Carl Pauc joins the staff of Proko-Wall
In December of 2017, Funeral Director Carl Pauc joined the team at Proko-Wall Funeral Home. Carl celebrates 25 years of being a licensed funeral director this year and has served many families in the Greater Green Bay Area. He is also licensed to help families with pre-planning funeral services. He and his wife Emily have been married for 20 years and are the proud parents of 3 children. They are members of Destiny Church. Carl is an outdoor enthusiast. You can follow his blog, Sermons from the Grave, on facebook. Welcome to the Proko-Wall Family Carl!
Proko-Wall Welcomes Back Alex Bahrke
Funeral Director Alex Bahrke will rejoin the staff at Proko-Wall in May of 2018. After serving his apprenticeship with Proko-Wall following his graduation from the University of Minnesota, Alex began his career as a funeral director. In 2016, he moved back to Minneapolis, but quickly realized Green Bay was home. Alex will become a member of Prince of Peace Parish. Welcome home, Alex!