Carl Salzsieder, 64, Algoma, passed away unexpectedly in his home on August 16,
2022. He was born in Algoma on January 2, 1958, to Sylvester and Margaret (Ciha)
Salziseder. As a young man, he spent his days on the family farm and was actively
involved with the Road Rebels Motorcycle Club. On October 30, 1981, he married the
love of his life, Tammy Jo Hoffmann. They were married 40 wonderful years and Carl
spent many of those years caring for Tammy as she battled Multiple Sclerosis. Carl was
known for smokin’ sausage, making the “BEST” Booyah around, and for his beautiful
ponds. He came to love and follow Tractor Pulling for his boys and was one of the
Salzsieder Pulling Teams biggest fans.
Carl will be sadly missed by his sons: Scott (Jamie) Salzsieder and Allen (Susan)
Salzsieder all of Algoma. Grandchildren: Ben & Luke Salzsieder and Karly & Elly
Salzsieder. Siblings: Shirley Nell, Robert (Sharon) Salzsieder, Marie DeKeyser, Linda
Salzsieder, Larry (Evelyn) Salzsieder, Mike (Jamie) Salzsieder, Nancy (Scott)
Neuberger, and Karen (Chris) Fordham. Father in-law Gary W. Hoffmann and Mother
in-law Linda (Mark) Lemens. Sisters' in-law and Brothers in-law: Herb Blaylock, Shelly
(Craig) Yakel, and Dusty Hoffmann (Special Friend Jamie Iwen). Longtime friend Larry
Hanko and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Tammy Jo Salzsieder (September 22,
2021), his parents Sylvester & Margaret Salzsieder, his mother in-law Marie Hoffmann,
sister Judy Blaylock, and brother in-law Mike Nell.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to all of Carl and Tammy’s
caregivers over the years. Your care allowed them to live in their home together for
many years, they appreciated you all! To Shirley Nell: no words can express the
gratitude we have for you and the care and compassion that you gave to Carl this last
year. We love you and will be forever grateful! His nephews Eric & Brian Nell for
keeping a watchful eye on him and completing tasks on his “to do” list. Friends and
family that visited or stopped over with treats, thank you for thinking of him, we know he
appreciated each visit and each meal especially during this last year. To the Algoma
EMT’s, Fire & Rescue, and the Kewaunee County Sheriff Department; thank you for
your kindness, compassion, and professionalism over the years. Lastly to Laurie
Schinderle, for your love and support during this difficult time.
A little piece of our hearts will forever be broken.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday August 24 from 3-7pm at Schinderle Funeral
Home, Algoma. A private family service and burial will be held at a later date.
The Schinderle Funeral Home was entrusted with the arrangements for the Salzsieder
family. Express your sympathy, memories and pictures on Carl’s tribute page at