Francis J. "Fran" DuCharme
July 27, 1919 - November 18, 2013
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St. Paul Catholic Church Combined Locks
410 Wallace St.
Combined Locks, WI
Saturday 11/23, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
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Jansen Fargo Funeral Home
204 East Kimberly Avenue
Kimberly, WI 54136
920-788-6202 | Map
St. Paul Catholic Church, Combined Locks
410 Wallace St.
Combined Locks, WI 54113
(920) 788-4553 | Map
Saturday 11/23, 11:00 am

Francis J. “Fran” DuCharme of Kimberly died on Monday, November 18, 2013, after a brief illness. He was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan on July 27, 1919, the son of Wallace DuCharme and Adeline Laverdiere. The family moved to Menominee, Michigan when he was 8 years old, and he graduated from Menominee High School in 1937.…

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Connie Meverden left a message on November 23, 2013:

May God give you all peace and comfort in the passing of Pepere. Beth and I so wish we could be there to give our love and support in person, but please know that we're thinking of you all this morning.

Father Gary New, SDS left a message on November 22, 2013:

God's blessings on your family as they say good-bye to a loved one and friend. My prayers are with you. 71 years is a long time Laura, but I'm sure life is going to be so very different for you. I'm sure Helen won't let you sit around and not do anything. God bless. I will say one of my for him, and another for you and your family. Love Fr. Gary

Flo LeClair left a message on November 20, 2013:

Hello everyone,
I am so sorry for your loss. I know Uncle Fran as a kind, gentle and funny man, so I am sure this is difficult for all of you. I am happy I will be able to see you all this week-end as you give him a much deserved send-off.
Love and peace, Flo

Jeanne Diehl left a message on November 20, 2013:

Hi everyone,
I am certain this loss will be difficult for all of you since Uncle Fran was always top notch in my book. I remember so vividly from childhood when you all would visit Worcester and he would be in the yard playing with us! A real foreign idea from our perspective. Later when I spent time living and visiting in Wisconsin, I would listen to his stories and he would show me his treasures gathered from using the metal detector or his coin collection, or the many many other interesting tidbits of information/experiences he stored up in his long life. I will miss him dearly even though I have not been right there for what seems like an awfully long time. I cannot wait to see everyone, although under other circumstances would be much more preferred. Lots of love... Jeanne

Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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