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After Art’s death in 2009 she returned to Wisconsin. She is survived by a son, James (Gailyne) Stranc of Trempealeau; daughters, Kathryn (Glenn) Carson of Phoenix, Patricia Matthies of West Bend, Wis, and Susanne Stranc (special friend, Frank Smaby ... (La Crosse Tribune)
Wisconsin. He was united in marriage to Iola Delores Pixley Jan. 5, 1948, in Indiana. They were married for 57 years. For most of his life Russ worked two jobs. He was employed by Line Material of West Bend for 31 years, Maysteel of Mayville and Broan ... (WisNews)
Albertson of Ishpeming, whom he married Feb 5, 1998, 6 children – Carrie (George) Wolfe of Sparks, NV, Jerry Albertson Jr. of West Bend, WI, Kim Fredin of Cadillac ... their compassion and care. Jerry’s obituary may also be viewed at ... (Mining Journal)
WEST BEND, Wis. Paul A. Poznanski, 48, Stanley, formerly of Wisconsin, died Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015, in a Minot hospital. He was born Jan. 12, 1967, in Milwaukee, the son of John Poznanski and Barbara Krezman. Paul enlisted in the Navy on March 26 ... (Minot Daily News)
He obtained his Associates Degree in 2015 and completed the State of Wisconsin 720 hour Basic Recruit Academy at MATC in December 2016. Thank you Shawn, Brock, and Nick for choosing law enforcement as your careers and choosing West Bend Police Department ... (www.facebook.com)
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