Joshua Studer

Joshua A. Studer, age 40,  passed away suddenly, but peacefully on September 13, 2023 at his home in Clear Lake, WI.


Josh was born on July 7, 1983 to Dean Studer and Karen (Gramley) Lovejoy. Josh graduated high school in Wisconsin and excelled at various customer service and IT employment positions he held.  He thoroughly enjoyed playing Magic the Gathering and teaching his nephew how to play as well.  He enjoyed Marvel Comics and looked forward to seeing the newest Marvel movie with his best friend Jason .  He was a self proclaimed lovable “nerd” and he loved anything “nerdy”.  He loved spending time with his family and always excelled at trivia.  He knew a lot about a little of everything.


He is survived by his parents Karen and Brian Lovejoy of Deer Park, WI; siblings: Suzie Randal of Las Vegas, NV, Nathan Gramley of Fergus Falls, MN, Cortney Gramley of Clear Lake, WI, Luke Lovejoy of Lakeland, MN; Nephew, Justice Holm of Fergus Falls, MN; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and long time friend Jason Chierello.

He is preceded in death by his father, Dean Studer; sister, Megan Studer; grandparents, Vincent and Louise Studer; grandmother, Lavonne Doubrava; uncles: Roger Gramley, Larry Gramley, Charles Doubrava, and Rick Marsh Sr; and aunt, Mary Marsh.


A private Celebration of Life will be held at a later time. Memorials are preferred to the family and can be mailed to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home, 1010 Newton St., Baldwin, WI 54002.


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  1. My Brother Joshua asked me to share this with all of you !!! With love and honor !!
    When I come to the end of the road
    And the sun has set for me,
    I want no rites in a gloom-filled room,
    Why cry for a soul set free!
    Miss me a little – but not for long
    And not with your head bowed low.
    Remember the love that we once shared,
    Miss me, but let me go.
    For this journey that we all must take
    And each must go alone;
    It’s all a part of the Master’s plan
    A step on the road to home. Thanks be to God, Amen. I wanna thank you all for the loving prayers, condolences, memories shared. Go in peace.

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