Clark Henry Boren, M.D., 90, Marinette, died March 21, 2011.
He was born Oct. 5, 1920, in Marinette, to Dr. C.H. and Gertrude (Mueller) Boren.
Clark spent his early life in Marinette. He attended Northwestern University, Marquette University Medical School and completed his residency in Family Practice. While in Medical School and through his residency, he served in the United States Air Force.
On April 7, 1945, he married Maryon (Babe) Peterson at St. James' Lutheran Church in Marinette. Dr. Clark returned to Marinette in 1949 to begin his practice at the Boren Clinic, re tiring in 1987. He loved the practice of medicine.
Dr. Clark was a past chief of medical staff at Marinette General Hospital, Menominee County-Lloyd Hospital and Bay Area Medical Center, a past president of the Marinette Lion's Club, past commodore of the M&M Yacht Club, past commander of the M-M United States Power Squadron, a former member and past chairman of the advisory board of the Wisconsin Division of AAA, past president of Boren Clinic, past fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice, a member and past president of the Marinette County Medical Society and a former member of the Wisconsin State Medical Society and the American Medical Association. He was also a longtime member of Bethel Lutheran Church.
He is survived by his wife; two children, Dr. Clark Boren, Jr., and Pamela (Dean) Gruner, both of Appleton, eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; one brother, Dr. James (Doris) Boren; and one sister, Jean Boren, both of Marinette.
He was preceded in death by one son, Scott Boren, and his parents.
Friends called at Bethel Lutheran Church, where services were held March 26 with the Rev. Dr. Lee Goodwin officiating.
Interment will be in Forest Home Cemetery.
A memorial fund has been established for Bethel Lutheran Church, Menominee.
Hanson Onion Martell Funeral Home assisted the family.
John R. Fisk, Sr., 88, Bark River, died March 20, 2011.
He was born March 4, 1923, in Escanaba, the son of Arthur E. and Lina (Anderson) Fisk of Schaffer.
He served as a sergeant in the U.S. Army. He married Jeanne McKellar June 6, 1946, in Detroit.
John loved the outdoors and worked for most of his life as a logger. He enjoyed going into the woods every day and driving his logging truck to the paper mill in Escanaba. He was also a member of the U.P. District 3 Trappers' Association.
He is survived by his wife; children, Janice Barker, John (Mary) Fisk, Jr., and Katherine (Michael) Hanson, seven grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Janet Vellucci, nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and brothers, Arthur Guy Fisk and David Fisk.
Private services will be held with entombment at the Gardens Mausoleum.
The Crawford Funeral Homes assisted the family.
John (Jake) C. Kaster, 50, Marinette, died March 21, 2011 at Bay Area Medical Center after a courageous battle with colon cancer.
He was born on Jan. 27, 1961, to the late Donald A. and Joanne (Kitzinger) Kaster in Marinette. He graduated from Marinette High School in 1979 and went on to NWTC for his journeymen maintenance certification. He had worked at KSU for 31 years. On April 27, 1985, Jake married Sandra Schingick in Peshtigo. He was a member of SS. Joseph & Edward Parish and the Marinette Moose Lodge. Jake enjoyed hunting, fishing, golfing, cutting wood, gardening, playing pool and spending time socializing with family and friends. He also coached softball and wrestling.
Jake is survived by his wife; a son, Jacob Kaster of Porterfield; two daughters, Shannon (Bryan) Ellie, Peshtigo and Tiffannie (Nick Mouford) Kaster, Green Bay; three grandchildren; five brothers, Thomas (Cheryl) Kaster, Michael (Cathy) Kaster, Donald (Joan) Kaster all of Marinette, Brian Kaster, Peshtigo and Douglas (Donna) Kaster, Menominee; five sisters, Margaret (George) Wingers, Marinette, Holly Opsahl, Peshtigo, MaryJo (David) Cherry, Porterfield, Maureen (Phillip) Jones, Wausaukee and Marsha (Kenneth) Bertrand, Porterfield; mother-in-law, Rose Marie Schingick, Peshtigo; in-laws, Barb (Jim) Renner, Debra (Charles) Puterbaugh both of Marinette, Dave (Lynn) Schingick, Betty (Jeff) Knopik, Kim (Brent) Radtke and Pam (Robert) Ryding all of Peshtigo, nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a brother Timothy; nephews Steven Wingers, Shannon Wingers and Robert Opsahl, Jr.; father-in-law Allen; brother-in-law John; sister-in-law Penny and a niece Jessica Knopik.
Friends called at the Thielen Funeral Home on March 25. A Wake service and additional time of visitation was at St. Mary's Church in Peshtigo on March 26. A Funeral Mass was held after with Rev. Dean Dombroski officiating. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. A memorial fund has been established.
Givanni William Perry Rasner, infant son of Andrew and Nicohle Rasner, died March 16, 2011, at Bellin Hospital, Green Bay.
He is survived by one sister, Rashanda Rasner; one brother, Peyton Rasner; Maternal grandparents, Pam Cenquepalmi, Marinette, Perry Djupstrom, Wallace; great-grandparents, Yvonne and Vito Cenquepalmi, Crivitz, WI; paternal grand parents, Bill and Debbie Rasner, Stephenson; great-grandparents Shirley and Clayton Roubal and the late Elaine Roubal, aunts, uncles and cousins.
A graveside service was held at the Alloway Cemetery. The deacon from St. Agnes Catholic Church, Green Bay, conducted the services.
The Ryan Funeral Home, Green Bay, assisted the fam ily.
Hazel M. Rochon, 97, Hermansville, died March 26, 2011, at Pinecrest Medical Center Facility, Powers.
She was born Nov. 20, 1913, in Hermansville, the daughter of the late Edmond and Marie (Raiche) Paquin.
On Nov. 26, 1935, she married Alex Rochon at All Saints Church, Gladstone.
She loved her flowers, gardening, baking, playing bingo, road trips, socializing, helping with crafts at the senior center in Hermansville and her parrot. Most important to her was spending time with her family, especially her grand children.
She is survived by one daughter, Marie (Ervin) Page; three sisters, Rose, Verna and Beverly, 11 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband; one son, Robert (Bob) Rochon; one sister, Patricia (Pat) Neville; and one grandson, Ervin (Erv) Page, brothers and sisters.
Friends may call from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. CT March 31, at Allo Coolman Funeral Home, Spalding. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 4 p.m. CT at St. John Neumann Church in Hermansville with Fr. Michael Vichich officiating. A luncheon will follow Mass in the church parish hall.
Burial will take place in the Meyer Township Cemetery in the spring.
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