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Carroll, Gregory John  
Carroll, Gregory John Beloved brother Gregory John Carroll (62) passed away. Born 3.25.54 and passed 6.24.16. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. He had many trophy deer and fish. He felt best when he was in the woods or when he was in boat fishing. He also loved animals especially his dog Bill. They were best Buds. Greg loved spending time with family and friends. Greg worked for the Sheet Metal Union for many years. Survivors include his Sister Bonnie (Roger) Lade, Brother Michael (Karen) Carroll and Sister Mary (Kevin) Pierner. Many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death were his parents Mert and Ruth Carroll, Grandparents, his Nephew Robert, and many Aunts and Uncles. Thank you to Mike, Bonnie and Raymond, who all took care of him these last few years. You were a Godsend. We are extremely grateful to you. Private service as per Greg`s wishes. Greg, may your hunting and fishing continue!! We love you.
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Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette on June 28, 2016
Casperson, Wilmer A.  
Casperson, Wilmer A. Wilmer A. Casperson, 87, longtime resident of Green Bay, died Tuesday, June 28, 2016, at a local hospital. He was born on March 30, 1929, in Appleton to Alvin and Crystal (Bullard) Casperson. Wilmer served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. On June 7, 1952, he married Carol Johnson. Wilmer had been employed at American Can (now Georgia Pacific). His whole life was dedicated to his job and he retired at the age of 71. Wilmer was a member of the Appleton VFW. He is survived by his two children, Lisa Casperson and Scott Casperson; a special friend "second son", Perry Sieloff, all of Green Bay; his brother and sister-in-law, Ken and Mary Casperson, Arbor Vitae; his sister, Janice Beyersdorf, Neenah; and two sisters-in-law, Janice Willer and Jeanette Johnson. He was preceded in death by his wife, Carol; three brothers-in-law, Willie Willer, Hank Beyersdorf, and LeRoy Johnson. Friends may call at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Friday. The Funeral Service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home. Entombment will be in Fort Howard Memorial Park. To send online condolences, please go to . A memorial fund is being established in Wilmer's name. The family extends their gratitude to the staffs of 4th Floor IMCU and 7th floor at St. Vincent Hospital.
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Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette on June 29, 2016
Charlier, Leo  
Charlier, Leo Leo L. Charlier, 86, of Green Bay, beloved husband of 65 years to Eileen (Vandenhoven) Charlier, departed this life on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at his home surrounded by his loving family. Leo was given the gift of life on October 16, 1929. Elmer and Stella (Pirlot) Charlier were the proud parents of Leo, who was born in Red River, WI. Leo graduated from West High School, class of 1947. He worked for Northern Paper Mill after graduating from high school until his retirement in 1992. He served his country as a member of the Army National Guard for 14 years, achieving the rank of Master Sergeant. Leo married the love of his life, Eileen R.Vandenhoven, on January 27, 1951 at Holy Cross Church in Bay Settlement, WI. Leo and Eileen were blessed with five children; Jeannine, Bruce, Karla (Art) Albers, Karen (Pete) Bushmaker, and Matt (Suzanne). Their grandchildren and great grandchildren; Bruce's children: Deniell (Paul) Bomberg and their children Tyler, Abigail and Kyleigh; Stephanie Thompson (Rob deceased); Vickie Phalin (deceased) and her children Kegan and Keylee; Paul (Liz) Charlier and their son Louie. Karla's children: Andrew (deceased); Jim (Kendra) Albers and their son Tate; Kevin Albers (Ashley); Karen's children: John (Kellie) Bushmaker and their children Jenna and Carter. Dan (Katie) Bushmaker and their children Jayden and Everett. Matt's children: Dale (Samantha) and Alea. Leo is survived by his 3 brothers: Jim (Linda); Dave (LaVerne) and Tom. Leo is also survived by Eileen's siblings: Rita Huven (Cyril-deceased); Milton Vandenhoven (Evie-both deceased); Bernadette Blodgett (Bernard-deceased); many nieces and nephews. Dad was also preceded in death by two infant daughters, Mary Joel and Ellen Rose, his parents Elmer and Stella, his mother and father in law, Math and Agnes Vandenhoven. Family meant everything to Leo. He was a wonderful husband and father who was devoted to his wife and children. He enjoyed fishing and hunting. Many young men will remember him as their baseball coach for the Yankees in Allouez along with his best friend, George Knipfel, in the 1970's. After retirement, Leo and Eileen loved traveling, mostly to the AZ area. He also was an active member of St. Matthew's Catholic Church since 1958. Visitation will be held at Newcomer Funeral Home, 340 Monroe Avenue, Green Bay on Sunday June 26, 2016 from 1-4 PM. Visitation will resume on Monday June 27th from 9-10 AM at St. Matthew's Church in Green Bay, a Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 10 AM in the Church sanctuary. Interment will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery in Bay Settlement. We would like to thank Fr. Bob Kabat and Ann Froelich of St. Matthew's Church, the staff at Age Well Assisted Living,and Unity Hospice for all their support during this difficult time. We would also like to extend a special thank you to our mom and dad's dear friend, Jan Knipfel, whom they loved as a sister. Dad….we love you and will miss you. Until we see you again.
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Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette from June 24 to June 26, 2016
Chaudoir, Harry  
Chaudoir, Harry Harry J. Chaudoir, 89, of Rosiere died Saturday, June 25, 2016 at Allouez Parkside Village in Green Bay. He was born February 25, 1927, to Harry Sr. and Hazel (Englebert). He married Helen Delorit on May 29, 1947. Harry served his country from 1945 to 1947 in the 78th Infantry Division at the end of World War II in the Allied occupation of Berlin. Harry was employed by the Wisconsin Public Service Corporation 1947-1989 and farmed near Rosiere. He was a member of St. Hubert's Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus, Holy Name Society, Catholic Order of Foresters, and American Legion Post 319. Harry was the founder and President of the Peninsula Belgian American Club which has been very instrumental in reconnecting Americans of Walloon Belgian descent with ancestry and current relatives. Harry was conferred knighthood by King Baudouin of Belgium in 1977 in recognition of the many services to the Belgian community in the Peninsula area and towards the furthering of close ties between Belgium and the United States. He served as President of the Peninsula Belgian American Club from 1968 to 2003. Survivors include his wife, Helen, five sons, Philip, Green Bay; Gregory (Joan), Sturgeon Bay; Tony, Green Bay; Joseph, New Franken; and Steven (Jane), Rosiere; and two daughters, Kathryn (Richard) Pederson, Verona; and Mary (James) Moran, Appleton, 12 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren; his brother, David (Angela), Brussels; two sisters Mary Ann (Jim) Jeanquart and Donna (Hillard) DeKeyser, Green Bay. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Lisa, his brother Remie, and his parents. Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 29 at St. Hubert's Catholic Church in Rosiere with Deacon Paul Zenefski and Rev. Steve Vanden Boogard officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call on Tuesday at the Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay from 3 to 8 p.m. and at the church on Wednesday from 10 a.m. until the time of service. A rosary will be conducted at 6:30 pm and a Prayer Service will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, both at the funeral home.
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Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette from June 28 to June 29, 2016
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