November 29, 1966 - November 8, 2013
Resided in Greendale, WI
Passed away unexpectedly on November 8, 2013 at the age of 46. Survived by loving wife of 21 years, Kristin (nee Thomson) and his beautiful children, Amanda (18), Jessica (15), Sarah (12) and Luke (6). Son of David (Bonnie) Mattes and Bonnie Hillmer. Brother of Mark Krolikowski. Son-in-law of Joy Thomson. Brother-in-law of Greg (Marlo) and Jeff (Beth) Thomson. Uncle of Ben, Nate, Owen, Alex and Noah. Nephew of Barbara (Acie) Sanders. Dan will be remembered by other family and many friends.
Visitation Thursday 4-8 pm at the Max A. Sass & Sons Mission Hills Chapel (8910 W. Drexel Ave., Franklin). Family and friends will meet Friday at 10 am at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church (6060 W. Loomis Road, Greendale).
Dan was graduate of Greendale High School who went on to earn his Accounting Degree from UW-Whitewater and his Masters from Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University. He was president of the Central Market for Wheaton-Franciscan Health Care and was named to the Business Journal's "Forty under 40". Dan demonstrated a rare combination of exceptional relationship management skills, strong analytical abilities and an unwavering commitment to the mission and ministry of Wheaton-Franciscan Healthcare.
Dan loved life, whether it was time with family and friends, volunteering his time in the Greendale community or attending to his professional responsibilities. Dan was doing what he loved. As Dan will be missed by many people, we celebrate the fact that he is reunited with his grandparents, Richard and Doris Mattes and Walter and Shirley Hillmer.
In lieu of flowers, the Dan Mattes Scholarship Fund has been established to annually benefit a graduate of Greendale High School.
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