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Jack J. Marsh
Jack J. Marsh, 87, of Seymour passed away Thursday, Aug. 8 at Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Seymour.
Born July 18, 1926, son of the late John and Nellie (Johnvin) Marsh, he was united in marriage to June Hamlin in Mountain. A member of Angelica United Methodist Church, Pulaski, he belonged to the VFW in Mountain, served in Japan during the war and was discharged in World War II as an Army Air Corps Sergeant in 1947. As a young man he was a lumberjack in the north woods working with his father and also played baseball in the Oconto County Baseball League. The couple farmed in Mountain for 8 years and then moved to Green Bay where he worked in heavy equipment for construction companies until his retirement. He then worked in the Seymour area in 1966.
He is survived by his wife June; children, Tom (Judy) of Gillett, Dale (Rhonda), Curt (Debbie), Hali (Noal) Huey, all of Seymour, John (Kari Jo) of Bonduel and Carey St. Thomas of Kaukauna; 14 grandchildren; 13 great- grandchildren; sisters and brothers, Carl Marsh, Neva Smith, Nettie Reuter, all of Suring, Enid (Jerry) Mattson of Townsend and Jonell (John) Gregg of Wabeno; a sister-in-law Betty Jameson of Green Bay and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a grandson, Joel Marsh; a sister, Delia Sperberg and brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.
Friends called at Muehl-Boettcher Funeral Home in Seymour on Monday, Aug. 12 from 3 p.m. until a Memorial Service was held at 5:30 p.m. with Pastor Loretta officiating, followed by Military rites after the service.
In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been established.
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