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Helen C. Chartier
Helen Catherine (Weycker) Chartier, 92, of Green Bay, passed away Thursday, March 27 with her family by her side.
Born Sept. 19, 1921, in Pembine, to George and Susan (Wilbur) Weycker, she worked hard to support her family and was employed with Green Bay Food and Red Owl Warehouse Bakery and retired from Schreiber Foods.
Living by the golden rule, family always came first and she loved family reunions. She was a member of the Bird Sanctuary and enjoyed staying busy with tying blankets for charity, playing bingo at Cardinal Ridge, enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She is survived by a son, Gary M. Chartier, Illinois; four daughters and sons-in-law, Dawn and Dennis Dwyer, Lynn and Allen Green and Jill and Steve Tingley, all of Green Bay and Judy and John Dunphy, Sr., De Pere; 12 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; her Michigan family, Diane (Jim Szalay) Wilbur and Chuck Wilbur and many nieces; nephews; great nieces and great nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; four brothers, Clayton (Agnes), Clyde (Gladys), Orville (Mary) and Gordon (Millie) Weycker; a sister, Fern (Milton) Detert; nieces, Darlene (Roger) Magnuson, Carol (Fred) Gerondale, June (Roger) Olejniczak and Sue Reed; a great-nephew, Patrick Weycker and special friends, Edward Maus, Budd Chartier, Don (Ann) Wilbur and Irene (Bill) Kraft.
Friends called at Blaney Funeral Home, Green Bay from 2 p.m. until time of the funeral service at 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 30. Burial was in Fort Howard Memorial Park. A memorial fund has been established in her name.
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