Obit: Palchik, Gladys Anita (1918 - 2006)
Contact:  Carol (Purkis) Mitte
Email: mcmitte@tds.net

Surnames: Palchik, Poler, Hohenstein, Reichenbach, Reinart, Young, Michalak, Elpert, Fields

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)May 10,2006; PG 10

Palchik, Gladys Anita (10 Sept. 1918 - 3 May 2006)

Gladys Palchik,age 87,of Hatfield,died Wednesday,May 3,2006 at her home on Arbutus Lane.

Gladys Anita Palchik was born on Sept. 10,1918 in Granton, the daughter of Pete and Mary (Poler) Hohenstein. She farmed in Merrillan, and owned and operated a Bait Shop in Hatfield.

She is survived by eight children, Kathleen (Clayton) Reichenbach, of Merrillan;Robert(Delores) Reinart, of Beloit; Raymond (MargoYoung) Reinart, of Granton; Kenny (Elvina) Reinart,of Sparta; Larry (Diane) Reinart, of Neillsville; Mary Ann Michalak, of Pittsville; Joanne Michalak, of Merrillan; and Linda (Ken) Elpert, of Unity. Gladys is also survived by 23 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her first husband,Martin Reinart; her second husband, Leroy Palchik; her parents; three brothers, Herbert, Harold and Sunny Hohenstein and a sister, Elsie Fields.

Funeral Services for Gladys were held Saturday, May 6, at the Gesche Funeral Home in Neillsville, Wis. Pastor David Johnson officiated. Music was provided by her grandson, Daniel Michalak, soloist. Internment was in the Windfall Cemetery.

Casket Bearers were her grandsons, Mick Michalak, Daniel Michalak, Larry Reinart Jr., Jim Reichenbach, Mike Reinart and Robby Reinart.

The Gesche Funeral Home assisted Glady's family with funeral arrangements.

 

 


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