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Diane M. Weycker, 67, of Green Bay passed away Saturday, November 10, 2012, after a short illness at Manor Care West. Diane was born November 9, 1945 in Green Bay, WI. She was a graduate of St. Joseph's Academy Green Bay. On February 12, 1966 she was united in marriage to Clyde Weycker, Sr. Diane worked at Nels Davies Dental Lab after high school until the birth of her son. She was an active volunteer at St. Mary's hospital gift shop and member of the Mary Guild. In the late 1980's she joined Kohl's Department store at Bay Park Square and enjoyed over twenty years of retail work. Her passion was following her grandkids many school and athletic activities.
Diane is survived by her husband Clyde (Koke) Green Bay and her son Clyde (Buddy) daughter in law Hollie, and grandchildren Kaylee, Bennett, and Karly all of Appleton. She is further survived by her fuzzy grandkids Charlie and Sophie. In addition she is survived by many relatives and friends.
Diane was preceded in death by her parents Gladys (Chubs) and Harvey (Shorty) Lindow. Her father and mother in law Clyde and Gladys Weycker and long time family pet Sheba.
Family and friends may call at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 2561 Glendale Ave., Howard, on Wednesday, Nov. 21 from 10 until 12:00 noon. Mass of Christian Burial 12:00 noon Wednesday at the church with the Rev. John Bergstadt officiating. Online condolences welcome at www.PfotenhauerFuneralHome.com
In lieu of flowers the family has suggested a donation to the
in Diane's name.
Diane's family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to: Unity Hospice, Manor Care West, Grancare and all of the caregivers at both facilities. The staff's of St Mary's Hospital and Green Bay Oncology and Radiation. They would also like offer special thanks to Dr. Carla Speka, Carolyn Marks and family, and Father John Bergstadt of St. John the Baptist Church, Howard. To the Unity staff when the sun shines and the flower petals wiggle may you think of Diane.
Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette from Nov. 12 to Nov. 19, 2012