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Florence Lucille Beyer, 90, a resident of the Luther Home in Marinette and formerly of Menominee, passed away Sunday morning, Nov. 11 at Bay Area Medical Center, Marinette.
Born Oct. 21, 1922 in Stephenson, Mi. to Charles and Rose (Kercher) Wery, she spent her early life in Stephenson.
She married Walter Beyer on June 14, 1941 in South Milwaukee and shortly after their marriage they returned to Menominee where she worked for Lloyd Mfg. Co. and Kubers Grocery. She also spent many years as a dedicated homemaker, enjoying sewing and crafts. She liked to be outdoors and loved to work in her yard. Her husband preceded her in death on May 20, 1984. She was a longtime member of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.
She is survived by two sisters, Viola Chatlosh and Josephine Schmidt, both of Menominee; many nieces and nephews and a good friend and traveling companion, Esther Tickler.
In addition to her parents and her husband, Walter, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Martha Coakley and Alice Baiel; three brothers, Felix, Elmer and her twin brother, Clarence Wery and a special friend, Carl Kramer.
Friends called at Holy Redeemer Church, Birch Creek, after 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14. A Funeral Mass was offered at 11 a.m. on Wednesday at the church by Rev. Corey Litzner. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery in Menominee. Hansen-Onion-Martell Funeral Home, Marinette assisted the family.
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