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Karl R. MUENSTER (1922 – 2002) /dh

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Karl R. MUENSTER (1922 – 2002) /dh

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Karl R. MUENSTER (1922 – 2002) /dh
Contributed by Donna Hance
Shawano Leader
June 28, 2002

OBITUARY EXTRACTION:

NAME & ADDRESS:
Karl R. Muenster, age 79, Green Bay, passed away early Thursday morning, June 27, 2002, at Bornemann Nursing Home in Green Bay.

BIRTH & PARENTS:
He was born Dec. 24,1922, in the Town of Osborn, the son of the late Arnold and Louise (Wichman) Muenster.

EARLY YEARS & MARRIAGE:
On Oct. 20,1945, he was united in marriage to his first wife Shirley Ronsman. She preceded him in death Oct. 20, 1986. On June 17,1988, he was united in marriage to Marie Van De Bruggen. She preceded him in death May 18,2000. On July 20,2001, he was united in marriage to Bernice (Ronsman) Bomske.

INTERESTS - EMPLOYMENT:
Karl retired from Foremost Company and farmed his entire life. He was a member of St. Bernard Catholic Church in Green Bay, the Knights of Columbus, and the Oconto Falls Lions Club.

SURVIVORS:
Survivors include: his wife, Bernice of Green Bay; his children, Douglas (Sandie) of Plover, Cheryl (Darrell) Helms of Seymour, Gregory of Black Creek, Pamela (Kurt) Gernerd of Purcellville, Va.; his grandchildren, Karrington, Gwen, Renee, Bryce, Clayce, Jenilee, Tiffany, Erin, Yvonne, Kurt II, Karen, Sarah; one great-grandson, Gavin; stepchildren, Gary (Mindy) Bomske of Green Bay, Dale Bomske of Florida, Linda Bomske of Lakewood, Colo., Thomas (Michelle) Bomske of Green Bay, David (Norma) Bomske of British Columbia, Canada, Steven Bomske of Green Bay; his step-grandchildren, Bill, Andy, Jordana, Daniel, Caleb, Sarah; one brother, Donald Muenster of Appleton; two sisters, Eileen Belling of Appleton, JoAnn (Bob) Leibold of Neenah; one sister-in-law, Evelyn Muenster of Black Creek.

PRECEDED BY:
He was preceded in death by: his wives; one grandson, Shaun; two brothers, Clarence (Laura) and Elmo; also, one infant sister, Bessie.

FUNERAL SERVICES AND BURIAL:
Friends may call at Muehl-Boettcher Elmeral Home in Seymour from 5 until 8 this evening with the prayer service at 7 p.m. and on Saturday, June 29, at St. Bernard Catholic Church, 2040 Hillside Lane, Green Bay, from 8:30 until 9:30 a.m. with Father Dave Plier officiating. Burial will be in St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery in Seymour.
A special thank you to the CNA's: Betty, Brandon, Katrina, Willie Mae, Linda, Pat, Sharon, Jeanna, and Marg. Also nurses: Sue, Angie, and Mary and other staff at Bornemann. Thank you also to the staff of Unity Hospice for all their care and concern.

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