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Alice G. Puechner
Alice G. (Krzewina) Puechner, 90, of Silver Cliff, formerly of Milwaukee, passed away on Sunday, July 28 in Green Bay at Grancare Nursing Center surrounded by her three children.
Born in Milwaukee on March 5, 1923 to Michael and Rosalia (Szerszynski) Jabonski, she met and married Ray Krzewina in Milwaukee in 1948. They moved to the Crivitz area in 1956 where they owned and operated the Peshtigo River Resort on High Falls Flowage until 1970. He preceded her in death in 1968. She then married Herbert Puechner who preceded her in death.
She was known for her fun personality and the excellent food she shared with family, friends and customers over the bar. She was especially known for her turtle soup and coon stew served during deer season. In later years she continued her love of cooking and baking, vegetable and flower gardening and avid bird watching. She loved her animals.
She is survived by her children, Howard (Valerie) Krezwina, Linda Krezwina and Gary Krzewina; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; a brother-in-law, Walter Gorlewski and many nieces, nephews and friends
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husbands; brothers and sisters.
In accordance with her wish, no formal service was held.
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