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Gary Klatt


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Gary Klatt Obituary
Gary Earl Klatt, 54, Goodman Wis., died unexpectedly at his home on Nov. 24 2011. Gary was born Jan. 13, 1956, in Norway, Mich., the son of Earl and Carol Klatt of Goodman, Wis. Gary graduated from Goodman-Armstrong Creek High School in 1974. After High School, Gary joined the United States Army and served until he was honorably medically discharged. Gary loved his wife, MeChille, the outdoors, his animals, enjoyed the rides in the woods and hunting, watching his favorite team, the Packers with his good friend, Russell Berendt, his wife's cooking and having family over. Preceded in death by was his father, Earl Klatt and beloved nephew, William Clancy.

He is survived by his wife, MeChille (Milan) Klatt, Goodman; mother, Carol Klatt, Goodman; father-in-law, Joseph Milan, Sr., Armstrong Creek, Wis.; mother- in-law, Helen Rourke, Canada; beloved brother, Leslie Klatt, Kingsford; beloved brothers-in-law, Joseph Milan Jr. and Janet La Pierre, Montana; Matthew and Elizabeth Milan, Goodman, Wis.; Robert and Jill Milan, Laona, Wis.; Mike and Amy Milan, Pennsylvania; beloved sisters-in-law, Sherrill (Milan) and Edward Phillion, Big Rapids, Mich.; Kathy Milan, Rhode Island; and Jackie (Milan) Church and Rob Cristain, Goodman Wis.

Beloved nephews, Dominick, Joseph, Peter, Jr., Benjamin, Dillon, Jared, Patrick, Joey, Micheal, Leslie, Jr and Cole.

Beloved nieces, Elizabeth, Valarie, Hiedie, Amanda, Megan, Marrissa and Tanith and Aurora Paquette.

Beloved aunts and cousins that called frequently or visited Gary, Richard (Chris) Klatt, Robert Klatt, Nancy (Klatt) Pyrcz, aunt Bonnie Klatt, Alan Klatt and Eric Klatt.

Gary appreciated and admired his good friend, Russell Berendt, for all the help he had given him when he was home, dr. appt. and whatever else he helped with inside and outside of the house and with the animals. Gary thought of him as a brother.

Gary's wishes were to have private services. Weber-Hill Funeral Home, Crandon is assisting the family.

Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette on Dec. 1, 2011
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