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Shirley J. Darrow
Shirley J. Darrow age 87, Green Bay resident and formerly of Crivitz died October 6 at St. Marys Hospital in Green Bay. Shirley was born to late Ed & Eva Kniskern July 14, 1926. She married La Vern Cecil Darrow August 11, 1945 in Chicago. The couple resided in Green Bay until retirement. Shirley was employed by Woodside Nursing Home as Assistant Director of Activities, also volunteered at Chapel School working with preschoolers. She and her husband was a lifelong member of VFW in Howard. Surviving are five Children which includes two sets of twins, Robert (Bonnie) Darrow of Green Bay, Dennis J. Darrow of Middle Inlet and James (Sue) Darrow of Kaukauna, Donna (Bruce) Liesch of Oconto and Judy (Joe) Lemerond of Green Bay also 11 grandchildren, Nick Liesch, Tracey Petitjean, Jodi Baus, Sherri Peeters, DeDe Adams, Rob Darrow, Mike Boutott, James Boutott, Matt Boutott, Stormee Genz and Brett Terrien; Twenty-four great-grandchildren and one great-great grandson, also one sister June Witt of Crivitz.
Preceded in death by her Loving husband Cecil, one brother James Kniskern, one sister, Alice Hummel, grandchildren, Andrea Darrow and Jesse Darrow. Friends may call at the Rhodes-Charapata Funeral Home in Crivitz October 10 Thursday from 10 a.m. until time of Memorial Service at 11:30 a.m. Burial in Pine Hill Cemetery in Middle Inlet.
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