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Carl David Mittag

December 21, 2020

Obituary

Carl D. Mittag of Dallas, Texas, died at his  home on Dec. 20, 2020, at the age of 58  years. Carl was born June 16, 1962, to Arthur and  Gloria (Shipley), in Milwaukee. He graduated from Grafton High School in 1980 and went on to study at MATC,  completing the barbering program in 1982.  After MATC, Carl worked at Vic’s Barber Shop  in Cedarburg, Mr. Dino’s at Northridge Mall,  and at Grand Avenue Mall in Milwaukee  before moving to Dallas to get away from Wisconsin’s snowy winters. He worked at Hair  Creations in Garland, Texas, and then moved  to the Firewheel Salons in Garland, Texas, where he worked until the time of his passing. Carl wanted to “travel the world” and made it  to the Caribbean, London, Paris, Hawaii,  Florida and Las Vegas, among other  locations. His favorite vacations were coming home to  Wisconsin for Easter with his family and  celebrating his mother’s birthday with  gambling at the casinos with her and his sisters.  

Carl is survived by sisters Debra and Carol  Mittag of Grafton, Wis., and Joan (Lyman)  Fischer of Plymouth, Wis., and brothers Paul  (Patti) of Random Lake, Wis., and John of  Slinger, Wis.  He was the loving uncle of Crystal (Bill)  Mosher, Daniel and Derek (Carrie) Knepprath,  Elijah Fischer, and Jason (Michelle), Joshua,  Jeremy (Amanda), Jacob (Falynn), Andrew  and Zachary Mittag. He was also the beloved great-uncle of Dylan  Rowdon, Kaylee and Jackson Knepprath, and  Phoenix, Sawyer, Savannah, Macy, Winnie,  Olive and Jack Mittag.  He is survived by many other relatives,  longtime customers that were like a second  family to him and many friends. Carl was preceded in death by his parents  Arthur and Gloria Mittag. 

Carl will be laid to rest at Woodlawn Cemetery in Grafton at a future date. 

 

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