Obit: Boushon, Darlene M. (1933 - 1997)
----Source: Wednesday, May 7, 1997 edition of the Clark County Press
Darlene M. Boushon
Darlene M. Boushon, 63, N5732 County Road Y, Chili, Town of Fremont, died at 3:30 a.m. On Wednesday, April 30, 1997 at the HOuse of the Dove, marshfield, Wisconsin.
Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. of Froday at Christ Lutheran Church, Chili., Wis., with Rev. Stewart A. Marshall officiating. Hilda Montag was the organist for congregational singing. Pallbearers were Harley Loos, Randy Klimmcr, Bill Holroyd, Gary Gaffney, Pete Marchinek and Steffan Grottke. Burial was in Yolo Cemetery, Town of Fremont.
The body lay in state at Hansen Funeral Home from 4-9 p.m. on Thursday and then at the church after 10 a.m. on. Friday. Memorials may be designated to the family in her name and they will establish a memorial at a later date.
Darlene was born June 13, 1933, in Marshfield, Wis., the daughter of Harold and Olive (Sautner) Beels. She married James H. Boushon on Sept. 16, 1950 in Chili, Wis. She received her education in rural Marshfield, Chili and Unity schools.
She moved with her family throughout Central Wisconsin as a child, where the family farmed. As a young adult she started to work for the Marshfield Canning Co. She then raised her family and was employed for Figi's on a part time basis. She retired three years ago because of ill health.
She was a member Christ Lutheran Church, Chili, Wis.
Surviving are three children: Larry (Sharon) Boushon, Plover, Wis., Roy (Cathy) Boushon, Marshfield, Wis., Lynette Boushon, Chili, Wis;; three grandchildren, Stacy, Laura, and Adam Boushon; two sisters, Sharon (Orville) Klimmer, Spencer, Wis., Janet Carter, Dallas, Iowa; one brother, Kenneth (Linda) Beels, Spencer, Wis.
She was preceded in death by her husband on Sept. 5, 1988; one son, Richard, who died in infancy in 1955; one sister, Joan vanderhoff, and her parents
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