Carley J Lepak, age 84 of Green Bay, Wisconsin left this world quietly on 23 August 2023 at Marla Vista in
Green Bay, where he had resided for the last year.
Carl came into this world on December 8, 1938 town of Stockton where he was one of 12 children born
to Felix and Angeline (Yenter) Lepak.
Carl attended school in Manawa and after he graduated high school, he attended St. Norbert’s College
in Depere. He graduated in 1960 with a bachelor’s of science degree in Business Administration. While
in college, he played basketball as well as football. He also found time to join the ROTC as well. After
graduating college, he joined the Army in 1961 where he became a First Lieutenant until he was
honorable discharged in 1963.
Carl was married in 1963 and lived in Huntington Beach, CA where he was blessed with four children:
Pierrot Awadalla of Sandy, Utah
Colette Bright- Lepak (Husband James) of Muncie, Indiana
Michael Lepak (Wife Michelle) of Irvine, CA
James Lepak (Wife Hilary) of San Juan Capistrano
Carl worked for McDonnell Douglas for several years as a project manager where he worked on the
production of the DC-10 airplane as well as other newly developed aircraft. He resided most of his life in
California, while returning later in life to his home state of Wisconsin.
Carl was an avid Brewers and Packers Fan (Go Pack). He enjoyed watching all of the games, having
conversations regarding the games as well as talking about the stats of the players, which he could do
Left to carry on his legacy are his four children, six grandchildren and four great grandchildren, one
brother, Felix Lepak of Ogdensburg, four sisters, Pat McPeak of Fremont, Angela Fincher of
Albuquerque, Sharon and Larry Olson of Manawa, Margie and Mike Dearth of Fremont, one sister-n-law,
Kathy Lepak of Green Bay as well as NUMEROUS nieces, nephews, extended relatives and friends.
Carl was preceded in death by his parents, siblings and in-laws, Tom and Rita Lepak, Basil Lepak, Marie
and Bob Wolter, Betty and James Zielke, Gabe and Mary Lepak, Carol and Dave Davison, Mike McPeak,
Peggy Lepak and David Fincher.
A memorial service will be held on the 18 th of September 2023 at 9:00AM at the Veterans Memorial
Cemetery in King, WI where carl will be given full military honors.
In lieu of flowers, cards or gifts, donations can be made in Carl’s honor to St. Norbert’s College at
The family would like to thank the staff at Marla Vista as well as Bellin Health for the excellent care they
provided him. A SPECIAL THANK YOU to Kathy Lepak for her continued and unwavering support over the years as she would visit Carl regularly, take him to various appointments as well as looking after his
physical needs when they arose. I know Carl greatly appreciated her help as well as her company.
Until we meet again.