Darell M. "Bubba" Brunette
1952 - 2021
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Darell M. "Bubba" Brunette

Amberg - Darell M. "Bubba" Brunette

Age 68, of Amberg, died at home on Thursday January 7, 2021. He was born in Green Bay on October 13, 1952; son of Milton Brunette and Shirley Sharkey. He was united in marriage to Alvera "Alfie" Maufort on March 28, 1973. Darell enjoyed hunting, fishing and trapping throughout his life and was known to be a very honest person. He also enjoyed his job driving truck and recorded over 6 million miles.

Darell is survived by his five children: Bobbi Jo (Steven "Beaver") Haupt of Iron Mountain, Jerrad "Jerry" Brunette of Arizona, Clinton Brunette of Amberg, Ryan Brunette of Amberg, and Dawn Jarvis of Casco; many grandchildren; mother, Shirley; brothers and sisters: Wayne (Gale) Brunette of Green Bay, Diane (Al) Anderson of Green Bay, Debbie Bartolazzi of Green Bay, Mark (Lori) Brunette of Escanaba, Tracy Sharkey of Green Bay, Wendy (Tim) Boncher of Maribel, Cathy (Randy) McKeefrey of Green Bay, James (Rebecca) Brunette of Suring, Cindy (Michael) Albert of Oconto Falls, and Connie (Jerry) Burkhart of Browntown, NC; and a special life-long friend, Terry Jordan. He was preceded in death by his wife, Alvera "Alfie"; father, Milton (Coralynn) Brunette; two brothers: Phillip "Mike" Brunette and Jay Sharkey; and a sister, Cherri Brunette.

Everyone is welcome to attend Darell's burial in the Riverside Cemetery, Little Suamico on Tuesday January 12, 2021 at 1pm.

Roubal Funeral Home of Wausaukee is assisting Darell's family




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Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette from Jan. 8 to Jan. 10, 2021.
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