Obit: LaFlex, Maynard (1935 - 1999)
Contact: Darlene Poppe
Surnames: LAFLEX PARDI VIZER WALD WEISS MADISON TECKLAW ANTON
----Source: STANLEY REPUBLICAN (Stanley, Chippewa Co. Wis.) 10/07/1999 (Transcribed by Ethan Scearce)
LaFlex, Maynard (30 MAY 1935 - 2 OCT 1999)
Maynard LaFlex, 64, of Stanley, Wis. deceased at his residence 2 Oct 1999; born 30 May 1935 to Frank and Adelaide (Anton) LaFlex; grew up in Thorp area and attended area schools; married Sharon Maves at Our Savior's Lutheran church; joined US Navy 1954 and served in Vietnam conflict: received Commendation medal with Combat Distinguishing device; returned to US in 1974 and received honorable discharge; moved with wife to Stanley, where they resided since; member Richard Brown post 2711, VFW, and served on Epiphany Lutheran church council; survived by wife, and 2 daughters: Mrs. Diane (John) Pardi of Greenwood and Mrs. Sharri (Rodney) Vizer of Chippewa Falls; and 3 sons: Maynard Jr (Butch) LaFlex and Dave (Kim) LaFlex - both of Stanley; and Gary (Ruth) LaFlex of Elmwood; 9 grandchildren: Michael and Robert Pardi; Rodney Jr, Ryan, and Amber Vizer; David, Amanda, Mary, and Thomas LaFlex; also 2 brothers: Earl (Omie) LaFlex of Jacksonville, FL; and LeRoy (sic) of Union Grove, FL; and 4 sisters: Mrs. Phyllis (Louie) Wald - Chippewa Falls; Mrs. Wenonah (Sidney) Weis - Cheyenne, WY; Miss Iva LaFlex - Stanley; and Mrs. Patricia (Wayne) Madison - Gilman; 1 brother-in-law, Malen Tecklaw of Thorp, and 1 sister-in-law, Felecia LaFlex of Thorp; preceded by parents, a brother Oliver, a sister Donna Tecklaw, and an infant sister; funeral services held yesterday 6 Oct at Epiphany Lutheran church of Stanley by Pastor Robert Wilcken; pallbearers: Norman Christianson, Dale Fredrickson, Roger Wagner, Rodney Jr, Ryan, and Michael LaFlex; honorary pallbearers were David Jr and Robert LaFlex; Plombon funeral home handled arrangements
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