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Margie M. Hornak
Margie M. Hornak, 90, of Warrens, formerly of Oconto Falls, passed away Thursday, April 24 at the Tomah Rehab Center.
She was born to Arthur and Mary (Johnson) McLaughlin on April 10, 1924.
Surviving are three children, Patricia Skarban, Coleman, Dawn (Don) Kost, Brookfield and Daniel (Kathy) Hornak, Warrens; four grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren; three sisters, Dorothy Taylor and Edith (Don) Townsend, both of Arizona and Marian (Dave) Lemke, Tomahawk; many nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her husband, John, a son, John Alan; a brother, Wally McLaughlin; a sister, Pauline; a granddaughter, Trissa Waschbisch and a son-in-law, Howard Skarban.
Relatives and friends may call at Rhodes Charapata Funeral Home, Coleman on Thursday, May 1 from 10 a.m. until time of a funeral service at noon, with Pastor Jim Lambro officiating. Burial will be in Town of Brazeau Cemetery.
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