Charles H. Williams, Jr.
October 25, 1929 - June 29, 2019
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Wichmann Funeral Home-Laemmrich Chapel
312 Milwaukee Street
Menasha, WI 54952
Saturday 7/6, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
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Neenah, WI 920-766-6200
Wichmann Funeral Home-Laemmrich Chapel
312 Milwaukee Street
Menasha, WI 54952
Wichmann Funeral Home-Laemmrich Chapel
312 Milwaukee Street
Menasha, WI 54952
Saturday 7/6, 11:00 am

Chuck Williams, age 89 of Menasha, passed away at his home on Saturday, June 29, 2019. Chuck was born in Charleston, Illinois on October 25, 1929, son of the late Charles and Josephine (Letner) Williams, Sr. As a young man, he worked in a local paper mill, and in 1953 began his career with the…

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Patti Christianson left a message on July 6, 2019:
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Thoughts and prayers to you.
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Norma left a message on July 5, 2019:
So sorry Dee to hear about Chuck. I will always remember the good time we had in Hawaii and all of the other fun things we did together
Deacon Don Schultz left a message on July 3, 2019:
The parish community of St. Mary and St. John the Baptist extends our heartfelt sympathy to Chuck’s family. May you feel the love of God through the prayers, thoughts, and love from the hearts of those who care and share in your time of sorrow. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
Bill Lettau left a message on July 3, 2019:
My God, where do I start. I never called you Chuck, but I always felt I should call you "Dad", because you truly were the father figure in my life growing up with my best friend Mark, your eldest son. There are so many memories, so many times You and Deloris (who was my 2nd Mom) let me be part of the family. You took me on many vacations, all free of charge. You taught me how to drive and use your car for practice. I can't imagine how many cases of peanut butter I owe you. Skippy
Super Chunk as I recall. I'd need to buy a bakery to replace all the bread that the Skippy went on too! I still have the scar from that late afternoon when I almost cut my thumb off. Boy, me and Mark sure were a couple dummies that day. But you took charge and kept me calm. All the time spent up on the Lily river. First in tents, then in the garage that served as a cabin for as long as I can remember. I only visited you and "Mom" once after you built the house up there. For that I am truly sorry. Time flies and peoples lives change. I never got to see your home in Antigo, never visited you once. Again, for that I owe you an apology. So many good things did happen in between, before we all drifted apart. I got married to my first wife "Plaintiff" and you were there. Mark got married, I was his "Best Man". Then John got married, which I was proud to be a part of. All the things we went thru together. The bad storm at KK Sports Arena, you made me feel safe. You always let me be part of the family. The cookouts. You'd always bring us back some fireworks whenever you did your GI Joe thing at Fort Leonard Wood In "Misery" as you called it. Rescued Mark and I a few times. Like the time Mark and I tried to bike out to "Uncle Buds" place near Wrightstown. You drove to the other side of Kaukauna to retrieve us from "Speeds" tavern where we stopped for water and decided that was as far as we could go. Reluctantly you came and got us, but you were always there. Thru thick and thin and even the stupid shit me and Mark did, you were always there. I'll never forget you Chuck. I'll always have those memories, and countless others. You're now in the best place you can possibly be. The sun is forever on your face, and the wind is always on your back. Before I say goodbye, there is one thing I never got to tell you and I wish you were here when I say "I Love You Chuck" and Thank You for being my "Dad". GoodBye Chuck................
Marsha DeKoch-King left a message on July 3, 2019:
My deepest sympathy on the passing of your dad, husband and grandfather. I have many fond memories of Chuck. He was such a kind, loving soul. May your heart be filled with wonderful memories as you go through this difficult time.
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Ann Reynolds left a message on July 2, 2019:
I remember many, many years ago when Uncle Chuck and Aunt Delores were visiting us in Ohio. My mom was scolding me, then a typical emotional teenager. As I was storming out of the house, I could hear Chuck's voice quietly cajoling my mom to "take it easy on her". That was Chuck, always making the world a little innumerable small ways. The world is going to be a sadder, lonelier place without him.
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