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Charlie was an avid sports fan and also enjoyed playing and watching golf.
He loved to read, especially historical novels and murder mysteries.
They enjoyed traveling and spending time with their grandchildren together.
He was a lifelong member of Holy Rosary Parish, graduating from Holy Rosary School and serving for many years as an usher, as well as an adult altar server and on the parish council. Marvin was employed for over 37 years at Wisconsin Public Service.
On June 21, 1973, Paula was united in marriage to Darrel Alan Symons at St. While in high school and college, she worked for Paoli's Market in White Pine.
Paula was employed with Sevastopol School District where she was the elementary school secretary and athletic director secretary for 20 years.He is survived by his nephews and nieces, David (Joy) Tomjanovich, Steven (Lynn) Tomjanovich, both of Sturgeon Bay, Todd (Mona) Farrand of Mission Viejo, CA, Robyn (Matt) Riches of Highlands Ranch, CO, Karen (Danny) Kinchen of Blairsville, GA, and Betty (Charles) Thompson of Springtown, TX; eleven great-nephews and great-nieces; nine great-great-nephews and great-great-nieces; and other relatives.Charles was preceded in death by his parents; three siblings, John “Jack” (Marie) Farrand, Kathryn (John “Ed”) Tomjanovich, and James (Corrine) Farrand; and niece, Anne Tomjanovich Zwettler; and other relatives.She worked for White Pine Hardware Store for a little over a year before going to work for White Pine High School for five years.There, Paula cared for students with special needs.