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Del Darby

Jul 15, 1956 - May 07, 2023

Del Monte Darby, the oldest son of Delmonte & Caryl Sue (Fowler) Darby, was born July 15, 1956 in Aurora, Illinois and died May 7, 2023, at Kelly Lake, Suring, Wisconsin, at the age of 66. Del grew up in Aurora and spent all his summers at Kelly Lake.  He played football at East Aurora High School, but truly excelled in swimming.   While a sophomore, Del broke 5 Varsity records, and the swim team won more meets than it had [...]

Kenneth “Ken” W. Geiger

Jul 09, 1930 - May 06, 2023

Kenneth “Ken” W. Geiger, 92, Oconto Falls, died Saturday afternoon, May 6, 2023 at The Cottages in Oconto Falls with family members at his side.  He was born July 9, 1930 in Milwaukee to Charles and Anna (Schultz) Geiger.  Ken grew up in the Milwaukee area and later attended UW-Madison, graduating with a pharmacy degree in 1953. On December 28, 1963 he married Salle Thompson in Green Bay.  Ken worked as a pharmacist in Green Bay until moving to Oconto [...]

Doug Meyer

Aug 29, 1955 - May 05, 2023

Doug Meyer, 67, Neenah, formerly Oconto Falls, died Friday afternoon, May 5, 2023 at home surrounded by family members from congestive heart failure, following many years of health challenges.  He was born August 29, 1955 in Oconto Falls to Robert and Darlene (Rasmussen) Meyer.  Doug grew up with his many siblings in Oconto Falls where he excelled in all sports.  While attending Oconto Falls High School, he continued his skills as a gifted athlete and is fondly remembered as the [...]

Richard L. “Dick” Scott

Apr 15, 1941 - Apr 26, 2023

Richard L. “Dick” Scott, 82, passed peacefully Wednesday, April 26, 2023, at Bellin Hospital with his loving family present after a long hard battle with congestive heart failure. To the very end, Dick was a wonder to his family, and in the end he held on longer than even the medical professionals thought possible. His family was not surprised as he was always one to just keep going, and in life never took a minute to sit still. Dick was [...]

William “Bill” H. Zachow

Jul 08, 1944 - Apr 25, 2023

William “Bill” H. Zachow, 78, Abrams, died peacefully Tuesday, April 25, 2023, at home.  He was born July 8, 1944 in Sheboygan to Louis and Alma (Cowell) Zachow.  Bill graduated from Oconto Falls High School in 1964 where he was a member of the FFA and later enlisted in the National Guard. Over the years, Bill worked for Peter's Concrete and Rusch Trucking before owning and operating Pal's Septic Service for many years.  He was known as a skilled welder [...]

George E. Yatso

Oct 20, 1936 - Apr 25, 2023

George E. Yatso Sr, 86, Oconto Falls, died peacefully at home Tuesday, April 25, 2023 with his wife, Shirley, at his bedside.   He was born October 20, 1936, in Lena to Steve and Mary (Mikeska) Yatso, Sr.  George attended Kelly Brook and Oak Grade School, (the only 4th grader in the class) and graduated from Oconto Falls High School in 1954. He was drafted into the US Army in July, 1955 and honorably discharged in May, 1957 to help [...]

Hazel Grace Kazik

Apr 08, 2023 - Apr 08, 2023

Hazel Grace Kazik, stillborn daughter of Keaton and Courtney (Lisowe) Kazik, died Saturday, April 8, 2023 at an area hospital.  Survived by parents, 6 year old big brother Gunner; paternal grandparents, James (Debbie) Kazik and Tina (John) Fetterly; maternal grandparents, Tim and Jean Lisowe; paternal great grandparents, Eugene and Judy Kazik; Regina Brickner; maternal great grandparents, Bill and Marie Grady; aunts and uncles: Becky (Kenny) Behnke, Amy (Troy) Brehmer, Maureen (Dave) Fetterly, Evan (Sam) Kazik, Marissa (Todd) Brown and Megan [...]

Susan “Sue” Zima

May 04, 1951 - Apr 01, 2023

Susan “Sue” Zima, 71, Stiles, went peacefully into the arms of her Savior Saturday, April 1, 2023 at home with her husband and daughter at her side after a brief battle with pancreatic cancer. Her life was marked by service to our country as a Navy corpsman, to her patients as a registered dietitian, and to her family as a wife, mother and Grammy. Sue was born May 4, 1951 in Green Bay to Herbert and Shirley (Caldie) Seeman. She [...]

John “Jack” Koehne

Dec 01, 1934 - Mar 17, 2023

John “Jack” Koehne, 88, Oconto Falls, died Friday evening, March 17, 2023 at a Green Bay area health care facility following complications from Parkinson’s disease.  He was born December 1, 1934 in Oconto to Henry and Frances (Young) Koehne.  Jack grew up in Little Suamico and attended Oconto Falls Public Schools, graduating from high school with the class of 1951.  He served in the US Army for two years and following his honorable discharge he later attended UW-Green Bay. On [...]

Chad M. Johnson

Mar 24, 1973 - Mar 11, 2023

Chad M. Johnson, 49, Oconto Falls, entered the loving arms of Jesus, Saturday evening, March 11, 2023 at a Green Bay area hospital surrounded by many who loved him, following complications from surgery.  The oldest of four children was born March 24, 1973 in Green Bay to Dennis and Donna (Bohl) Johnson.  Chad grew up in Green Bay where he attended St. Agnes Catholic elementary school and after his family moved to Abrams, he attended Oconto Falls High School and [...]
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