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Dean has performed a few years ago in Pirates of Penzance, H.M.S. Pinafore, Regetore, at Oak Park High School 1955 - 1957.
During the day he was a Food Broker and three days per week developing jobs for persons with disabilities for Portal industries in Ozaukee County.
"Saw my first show on Broadway in 1967, Illya Darling. Then Joel Grey in Cabaret. All three children performed in Musicals at CHS, Oklahoma, Sugar, South Pacific. Oldest son Jeff was Sir Evelyn Oakleigh in PST in Anything Goes in 1988. This is my third musical. with PST"
Dean Edward Partridge of Cedarburg went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008, at the age of 69. He passed away peacefully and without pain from complications of kidney cancer.
Dean was born in Oak Park, Ill., on June 17, 1939. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Northern Illinois University. He married Eva in 1967. After living out east for a few years, Dean and Eva moved to the Chicago area and eventually moved to Cedarburg in 1979. Together they raised three children, Jeffrey, Kristin and Drew, who all graduated from Cedarburg High School and went on to become college graduates.
Always the entertainer, Dean was very active with both the Ozaukee Chorus as well as the Port Washington Summer Theater. As an avid singer, he will be remembered for singing his Louis Armstrong songs at weddings and gatherings. Some also may remember him for his infectious laugh that created many lasting memories.
In the early ‘90s, Dean started Partridge and Associates, a food brokerage firm. For the last nine years, he also worked at Portal Industries in Grafton, finding employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Dean was also very active at Advent Lutheran Church. As an organ donor, his corneas were used upon death so now someone else may see "What a Wonderful World" we live in.
Dean was the dear husband to Eva; and father to his children, Jeff (Katrina) from Rapid City, S.D., Kristin of Seattle, Wash., and Drew (Robyn) of Charlotte, N.C. Dean was the proud "Bompa" to seven grandchildren, Micah, Joshua, Grace, Abraham, Benjamin, Ella and Anna; and the dear brother to Donald (Madelyn) and the late Boyd. He is also survived by his niece, Marianne (Joe); and his nephew, Mike. He is further survived by other relatives and many friends.