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Harold N. Ferdon
Harold N. Ferdon, 64, of Wallace MI passed away suddenly, Wednesday June 4 at his home.
Born Oct. 31, 1949 to Eileen (Lusardi) and the late Erwin Ferdon Jr. in Oconto, he was a graduate of Marinette High School class of 1968. He served in the United States Army during Vietnam from 1969-1971 and married the former Debra Kuehnau in Menominee. Employed by Kimberly Clark shipping department for 33 years, he retired in 2010. He was very kind and gentle, fair and honest and his greatest joy was being with his family and making Christmas special for his grandchildren. He was an avid Packers, Bucks, Brewers and Badgers fan and enjoyed perch and brook trout fishing and his weekly game of Texas Hold `Em.
He is survived by his mother, Eileen Ferdon of Marinette; wife, Debra of Wallace; two step daughters, Jennifer Kuehnau of Green Bay and Carrie (Bill) Owens of Menominee; four grandchildren; two sisters; Ginger (Tom) Shallow of Porterfield, and Jennifer (Russell) Seguin of Peshtigo; four brothers, Mike (Deb) of Wausaukee, Pat (Rachel) and Jeff (Cindy) of Peshtigo, and Randy (Barb) of Menominee; mother in law, Marjorie Albert of Wallace; three brothers-in-law, Roger (Lynn) Albert, Bruce (Jeanne) Albert and Aaron (Becky) Albert, all of Wallace; many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father, Spike Ferdon; grandparents, Buck and Bea Ferdon; father-in-law, Roger Albert, Sr. and nephew, Roger Albert III.
Family and friends called at Anderson Kell Funeral Home, Menominee on Saturday, June 7 after 1 pm until time of Military Rites by the 20 Year Club at 2:30 pm. Deacon Vince Beckley officiated at the funeral service.
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