Obit:

Schug, George Werner Sr. (1911 - 1999)

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Stan

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stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

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SCHUG BERAN BOESL LITERSKI KOENIG HARGRAVES BERAN BOESL GAJEWSKI LITERSKI GURALSKI

----Source: STAR NEWS, Oct. 13, 1999

 

George Schug Sr. (1911-1999)


George Werner Schug Sr., 87, Athens, died Thursday, Oct. 7 at St. Joseph's Hospice Unit at Marshfield.


Funeral services were held Monday, Oct. 11 at St. John's Catholic Church at Wuertzburg, with Rev. Len Stashek officiating. Burial took place in St. John's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Norman Beran, Perry Boesl, Jeffrey Gajewski, Gerald Hargraves, Claude Kreft and Timothy Schug. Honorary pallbearers were Rossell Literski, James Schug, Robert Schug Jr., and Roy Schug.


Kraemer Funeral Home in Wausau assisted the family with arrangements.


George Schug Sr. was born November 27, 1911 at Glenwood City to the late William Adam and Anna (Koenig) Schug. His marriage to Dorothy Weiler, who survives, took place September 6, 1933 at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Athens. He dairy farmed for a number of years in the Town of Johnson, Marathon County, during which time he also worked for Universal Construction Company.


In addition to his wife, survivors include six daughters, Caroline (Frank) Beran, Athens, Joan (Clements) Hargraves, Stratford, Patricia (Norbert) Boesl, Brookfield, and Dorothy (Lawrence) Gajewski, Sherry (James) Literski, and Pearl (Lyle) Guralski, all of Athens four sons, George (Jean), Robert (Joanne), Delbert (Joline), Delmer (Charlotte), all of Athens one step-daughter, Marcella (Howard) Whaples, Abbotsford, Clark County, WI one brother, Edward (Eleanor), Omro 48 grandchildren, three step-grandchildren 77 great-grandchildren 16 step-great-grandchildren two great-great-grandchildren and six step-great-great-grandchildren.


He was preceded in death by two brothers, John and William one sister, Sophie Kaiser grandchildren Duwayne Gajewski and Cindy Schug and great-grandchildren Marissa and Tabatha Gajewski.

 

 


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