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Dr. Juan Rendon

1959 - 2004


Dr. Juan L. Rendon, 45, of Watertown, died July 1, 2004, at Watertown Memorial Hospital following a brave battle with cancer, surrounded by his loving wife and family.


A Mass of Christian burial was held at St. Bernard's Catholic Church in Watertown with the Rev. Bernard Rott of St. Henry Catholic Church officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery.


Juan was born March 21, 1959, in Aquascalientes, Mexico, son of Roberto and Delores (Lopez) Rendon. He married Suzanne Lemberger on July 31, 1987, at San Antonio Catholic Church in Aquascalientes.  Their chance meeting became a true fairy tale marriage between soul mates.


Juan graduated from high school at the Preparatoria U.A.A. and graduated from the Universidad Autonoma de Aquascalientes U.A.A. in 1993 with a degree in dentistry. For 11 years, he practiced dentistry in his office in Aquascalientes as well as being an instructor at the University of Aquascalientes. He was on the board of directors of Guadalupe Orphanage.


After moving to the United States in 1995, he was employed in the office of Dr. Long and Dr. Bradley, as well as Duct-O-Wire in Oconomowoc.


For such a brief time we were truly blessed with love and kindness in such a difficult world. No man could have loved more or done more. He was truly a great husband, father, son, son-in- law, brother and friend. No favor asked was ever turned away. There was always time for   everyone     for Juan. Although we were only married 16 years, we loved a thousand years worth. I have been blessed to say I was completely and always loved. He was always so patient, we were soul mates and spent hours talking every day. Nothing was ever too boring or there wasn't enough time. He was a great father, giving his all in helping with projects, playing games or just talking. He was very talented as an artist with paintings and art projects.


Now the world seems to move different and quieter and sadder without him, but somehow I know all his acts of kindness and love will live on affecting the world some- how, until the end of time. He will always be with me and have all of me. He will be remembered so dearly by all.


Surviving are his loving wife, Suzanne Rendon of Watertown; his children, Amanda and Daniel, both at home; his parents, Roberto and Delores Rendon of Mexico; his twin sister, Marcela (Sergio) Gonzalez, and his other sisters, Mela (Jose) Salzar, Luz Maria (Gerado) Gonzalez and Claudia (Martin) Gallo, all of Aquascalientes; three brothers, Jesus (Sylvia) Rendon of New Hope, Minn., Roberto (Socorro) Rendon of New Hope and Jorge (Befty) Rendon of Mexico; his mother- and father-in-law, George and Darlene Lemberger of Watertown; his sister- and brother-in-law, Kathy and Ron Miller of Watertown; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.




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