Dr. John W. McNulty September 21, 1935
— December 29, 2020 New Berlin(previously of Racine) -Dr. John William McNulty, age 85 of New Berlin, WI died in harmony in his sleep Tuesday, December 29, 2020. He was reunited with his Dad, Mom, sibling and his precious Uncle Will.
Born on September 21, 1935 in Chicago, Illinois, he was the child of the late James and Loraine (nee: Sawallisch) McNulty. John went to The University of Iowa and was proud to wrestle for them his whole college career. His early profession included positions at Ryerson Steel and Loyola University. In 1972 he relocated to Racine, Wisconsin with his family and started his career at Modine Manufacturing. In addition, he taught part time at the University of Wisconsin Madison Extension program at Parkside for more than 17 years. He later opened his own firm which handled HIV/AIDS education and avoidance. He held a B.S. in Sociology, an M.B.A, M.Ed, and Ph.D in Psychology. He was happy to have his argumentation consisted of in the Library of Congress and to have actually written a published trilogy about WWII, called The Summer of '45.
To his friends and family, he was adoringly known as Grandpa Jack. He loved to operate in his garden– he was a Master Gardener, to inform imaginative/creative stories and meet with his buddies from “The 2 o'clock Club.” He was most proud of his children and grandchildren, wrestling for an Olympic berth, checking out China to help provide AIDS education, assisting to author Wisconsin's Family Leave Act, racing in sailboat regattas and collecting/being an author on one of his preferred subjects, WWII. He lived a very blessed life.
He is made it through by his daughters: Jill (Ralph) Gentile and Amy (Dave) Zuelke; his 5 grandchildren; Jack and Rachel Gentile & & Jake, Andrew and Sam Zuelke; as well as his bro, Jim (Gail) McNulty, his 4 kids, James, Mary Kate, Meg and Liz along with their families and his brother-in-law, Tom Engstrand and his 2 kids Mac and Bradley.
The household would like to reveal their heartfelt appreciation to Dr. Nick Armstrong, Tessa, Jan and the rest of the Surgical GI staff, Dr. James Klas and the Medical group of the S-ICU all at St. Luke's Hospital in Milwaukee; the personnel at Regency Senior Communities, Stacey Cheney and the members of The 2 o'clock Club.
In accordance with his desires, private household services were held. Memorials might be made in his honor to the Crohn's & & Colitis Foundation or PBS Milwaukee.
DAEGER-LANGENDORF FUNERAL HOME & & CREMATORY 4600 COUNTY LINE ROAD 262-552-9000 www.draeger-langendorf.com Published byRacine Journal Times on Jan. 3,2021.