Joseph Michael Lemerond

Joseph Michael Lemerond, 50, Hobart, was received into the arms of Christ on Thursday, January 6, 2022. He was born on June 7, 1971, in Green Bay to Mariann (O’Claire) and Ervin Joseph Lemerond Jr. Joe graduated from D.C. Everest in Wausau, Class of 1989. He then received his Associate Degree in Arts and Sciences from UW-Marinette in 1993, and his Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from Silver Lake College in 1998.On September 11, 1999 Joe was united in marriage to Amy Lynn Anderson at Faith Lutheran Church in Allouez, where he remained an active and faithful member throughout his life. Joe was an exceptional husband and father who provided extreme devotion to his family; teaching integrity, responsibility, and compassion through his loving example.

Joe worked in logistics and transportation throughout his career, and most recently was named CEO of RGL Logistics in March of 2020. Joe had genuine relationships with UPS-Marinette, Schneider National, Exel Logistics, Main Street Delivery, Genco Logistics/FedEx Supply Chain. Everyone was a teammate, and he valued every single person. Joe was never too busy to talk, listen, and provide heartfelt feedback. Joe had an incredible work ethic and always had high expectations for himself and those he cared about. Maintaining lasting friendships was a high priority for Joe, both professionally and personally. He was a man of strong Christian values both at home and work. Joe shared his passion of hunting and fishing with his family and friends at his cabin in Minocqua, lodge in Coleman, as well as in Canada, Alaska, and most recently Texas. He especially enjoyed hunting white tail deer. Joe was a member of Green Bay Duck Hunters Association, a leader of Learn to Hunt Ducks & Pheasants, and was an event organizer for Hunters with Disabilities.

Survivors include his loving wife, Amy; his precious children: Maxwell, Nash, and Linde; his parents: Mariann and Ervin Lemerond Jr.; brother, Jim (Carie) Lemerond; in-laws, James (Joy) Anderson; brother-in-law, Mitchell (Jax) Anderson; cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Visitation will be at Faith Lutheran Church, 2335 S. Webster Ave., from 12 to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, January 13; followed by the Funeral Service at 3:30 p.m. with Pastor Joshua Errer officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. To send online condolences, please go to