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Visitation for Glen Chapin, 70, of Pulaski will be held at Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witnesses, Green Bay on Saturday, April 20 from 11 a.m. until time of the memorial service at 2 p.m.
Mike Garsow will officiate and following the service a gathering will be held at the Oneida Parish Hall, 2936 Freedom Rd., Oneida. Malcore-West Funeral Home & Crematory, Green Bay is assisting the family. He died at his home on Friday, April 12 with his wife and family at his side.
Born on Sept. 29 1942 in Oshkosh, he was the son the late Leo and Naomi (Case) Chapin. On June 16, 1979 he married Gina Kay in Green Bay. He received an associate degree in business management from NWTC, where he met his wife.
He worked for most of his career at Bergstrom Automotive as a mechanic. He enjoyed playing instruments in his younger years and his passion for music carried on throughout his life. He and his wife took pleasure in taking trips throughout the Midwest, but his favorite activity was spending time with friends and family. He was member of Kingdom Hall Congregation-North, Green Bay.
His wife, Gina survives, along with a son, Wesley (Tiffany) of Woodville; a daughter, Renae (Jeff) Hansen of Gillett; six grandchildren; one great-grandchild; nine siblings, Judy (Jerry) Christenson and Sandy Grandaw, both of Sun City, Ariz., Rusty (Doty) Chapin of Suamico, Ruth (Stanley) Reed of Gillett, Ann Schwab of Canada, Chuck (Laurie) Chapin of Oconto Falls, Mike (Alice) Chapin of Abrams, Larry Chapin of Suring and Lorraine (Joe) Meisbauer of Shawano and many nieces and nephews.
Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by in-laws, William and Marie Kaye and many aunts and uncles.
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