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Charles H. Whyte

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Whyte, Charles H. Of Merton, passed away Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at age 95. Worked at the Chicago Northwestern Railroad for many years and helped run the family farm. In addition to building chiming clocks, after retirement he worked as a conductor on the Steam Train in North Lake and in Florida. Preceded in death by his first wife Doris (nee Ryan), his parents Samuel and Agnes and his brother Gordon. He is survived by his wife of 15 years Esther "Essie" (Geszvain), step children Joe (Eva) Geszvain of AK, Daniel (Marisela) Geszvain of AZ, Pete (Karen) Geszvain of Germantown, Robert (Jeanne) Geszvain of Union Grove, Charles (Linda) Geszvain of Tomah, Linda (Harry) George of Hartland, Paul Geszvain of West Allis and Scott Geszvain of Ixonia, 29 step grandchildren, 26 step great-grandchildren and 3 step great-great-grandchildren. Further survived by his sister-in-law Ruth Whyte, nieces and nephews Ken (Diana) Whyte, Carolyn (Jim) Barthel, Sherrie (Scott) Anderson and Tom Ryan. Funeral Services 1 PM Tuesday at St. John's United Church of Christ W2831 Sussex Road, Merton. Visitation 11-1 PM. Final rest Pinelawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. John's Church, Cecelia Place or Compassionate Care Hospice appreciated.
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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Apr. 28, 2013
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