Proko-Wall Serving our Community since 1969 To Host Cookout and Recognition Ceremony To Honor Our Protectors

Founded in late 1969 by the late Gerald Proko, and Bob Walczyk, Sr., Proko-Wall Funeral Home was established on what was then commonly known as the “far east side” of Green Bay.

The business has grown to six fully licensed funeral directors, a certified pre-planning specialist, 18 additional full and part-time staff, a licensed in-house crematory, and a full-service pet funeral home.

Proko-Wall continues to deliver the unique brand of service that families have become accustomed to since 1969. Long ago, Jerry and Bob Sr. realized that a funeral was much more than just a service, and today — as then — Proko-Wall is committed to helping a family keep the memories of their loved ones alive.

Proko-Wall continues to help families create unique tributes to a life lived, and is dedicated to walk with a family after the service is over.

Proko-Wall is pleased to invite the entire community to their 4th Annual American Courage Cookout and Recognition Ceremony to be held this Saturday, September 10th from 11:00am Р2:00 pm at Josten Park.  CLICK HERE for more details.

 

Proko-Wall Funeral Home and Crematory

Founded in late 1969 by the late Gerald Proko and Bob Walczyk, Sr., Proko-Wall Funeral Home was established on what was known as the far east side of Green Bay. The business has grown to six fully licensed funeral directors, a certified pre-planning specialist, 18 additional full and part time staff, a licensed in-house crematory and a full service pet funeral home. Proko-Wall continues to deliver the unique brand of service that families have become accustomed to since 1969, with the ownership transferring to Bob Walczyk Jr. ¬†Long ago, Jerry and Bob Sr. realized that a funeral was much more than just a service, and were committed to helping a family keep the memories of their loved ones alive. Proko-Wall continues to help families create unique tributes to a life lived and is dedicated to walk with a family after the ‘service’ is over.