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Roger Albert LaMasney , Age 82

November 28, 1940 --January 18, 2023

Roger Albert LaMasney, age 82, of Baraboo passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023 with family by his side. Roger, son of Walter and Marie (Kreul) LaMasney was born Nov. 28. 1940 in Richland Center. He was a graduate of Plain High School. On April 28, 1962 he was united in marriage to Patricia Ann "Pat" Brennan at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Reedsburg; she preceded him in death on Aug. 14, 2021.

Roger owned and operated LaMasney Construction for over 46 years until he retired. He was very active in the Baraboo community. He volunteered at St. Vincent de Paul Society, holding offices as President, spanning 12 years over three decades and Secretary for the region. His dedicated service is evidence to the priority he placed on values of service, spirituality and friendship to helping his fellow neighbor. Roger was also a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church where he served as an usher for many years. In 1970 he founded Sauk County Two Wheelers Motorcycle Club, a club that still is in formation 53 years later. Roger was proud to see this club thrive for so many years; the group enjoys weekly group rides, stopping for dinner and weekly meetings, often held at Roger and Pat's garage. Roger also was active with and enjoyed participating in the Baraboo Bluffs ATV/UTV Club. In their free time Roger and Pat enjoyed traveling, having visited all 50 states, as well as riding motorcycles and camping.

Survivors include his children, Linda (Tom) Steinhorst, Gary (Lori) LaMasney all of Baraboo; four grandchildren, Kelsey (Steve) Binder of Portland, Oregon, Jordan (Ashley Walsh) LaMasney of Baraboo, Haley Schultz of Reedsburg, Logan LaMasney of Baraboo; five great-grandchildren, Liam and Nathan Schultz, Rowan LaMasney, Ayden Quinn and Kaia Binder; sisters, Mary (Jerry) Zuhlsdorf, Jean (John) Alt; sisters-in-law, Mary (Clayton) Satterlee, Kathy LaMasney, as well as nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Pat, sister, Doris (Clarence) Mueller; and his brother, Ronald LaMasney.

A funeral mass will be held on Friday, Jan. 27, 2023 at 11 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Father Jay Poster officiating. Visitation will be held on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023 from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at Redlin-Ertz Funeral Home as well as from 10 a.m. until the time of mass at the church on Friday. Burial will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery following the mass. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Joseph Catholic Church or St. Vincent de Paul in Baraboo. The family would like to thank the wonderful staff at Meadow View for their kindness and exceptional care and SSM health at Home Hospice Staff.


D L Gasser Construction January 20, 2023

Business Baraboo , Wisconsin

On behalf of all of us at Gasser Construction we send our deepest sympathies to Roger's family. We are thankful for the partnership established over the years on the many projects we worked.

Terry Spencer January 20, 2023

Friend Baraboo , Wisconsin

My thought and prayers to all the LaMasney family. Roger was a good friend and we had fun times together with our cycles and RVs. He is home now. My condolences.

Jack Meegan & Family. January 20, 2023

Friend. Baraboo , Wisconsin

La Masney Family: Roger and Pat were always good friends and will be truly missed, not alone by us, but the Community in general.

marlene powell January 21, 2023

friend of family baraboo , Wisconsin

Dear Family. I first met your Dad when he came on his motorcycle to ask my Dad for a job, He worked and learned his skills from my Dad. They were two wonderful men, Love and Blessings from the Powell family.

Gary and Penny Kowalke January 21, 2023

Friend Wi dells , Wisconsin

I enjoyed many years working construction sites with Roger. He was the most honest man I have ever met and an exceptional carpenter. He will be truly missed

Charles Spencer January 20, 2023

Acquaintance Baraboo

A good man and a good neighbor to all.

Skip Blake January 21, 2023

Friend Baraboo , Wisconsin

I was glad to call Roger a friend. Over several years I sub-contacted with him painting roofs. He was always a class act. He will always go down in my mind as one of the finest and most honest businessman in our town. Rest in peace my friend.

Betty January 21, 2023

Friend) neighbor Baraboo , Wisconsin

We Will miss your smiling face and chatting with you. You were always ready to help others. RIP Roger. Prayers to your family and loved ones. 🙏

Robert & Kathy Spencer January 20, 2023

Freind Baraboo , Wisconsin

Words cannot express how much this great man meant to so many people. Roger and Pat both were the two kindest people I have met. I feel blessed that we have shared so many great times camping, motorcycling and ATVing with them. Roger's sense of humor and craftiness always kept us guessing what clever prank or humorous gift he was going to make and share with us after each adventure. We will miss our friend dearly. RIP Roger, you're main in our hearts and thoughts forever...

Dennis and Penny Quandt January 21, 2023

Friends Baraboo , Wisconsin

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the Family.We had some great times with Your Mom and Dad. Bless you all. The Quandts

Kathy Allen January 21, 2023

friend Baraboo , Wisconsin

Roger and Pat were some of the kindest people I've had the privilege of knowing. Even as Roger's health was failing, you could count on his sense of humor to come through. I'm sincerely sorry for your loss but knowing that now they are both riding that three wheeler with no pain should bring a smile to your hearts.

Linda Kohlmeyer-Searls January 24, 2023

Friend Prairie du Sac , Wisconsin

So very sorry for your loss of your Dad! My heart goes out to your family! Prayers that all the happy memories help you make it through these difficult times ahead!

Kevin & Rosie Krueger January 25, 2023

Family Acquaitance Wisconsin Dells , Wisconsin

We are so sorry for your loss. He was a wonderful person. Know that he and are Pat are together again in God's hands.