Obit: Pachal, Frank (1911 - 1970)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Pachal, Karnopp, English, Perrine, Drescher, Goutscher, Lavene, Humlie
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 1/15/1970
Pachal, Frank (12 November 1911 - 13 January 1970)
Frank Pachal, 58, of Loyal, died Tuesday evening in a Marshfield hospital following a sudden illness. Funeral services are tentatively set for 2 p.m. Saturday from Trinity Lutheran Church in Loyal, with the Rev. William Humlie officiating. It is expected the body will lie in state at the Roycraft Funeral Home in Loyal, starting at noon Friday.
Mr. Pachal was born November 12, 1911, in the Town of Beaver to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pachal. He received his education in Beaver and from Loyal High School. He lived on the farm with his parents and worked for Wepfer Pharmacy.
After his marriage on August 5, 1939, to Esther Karnopp in Riplinger, they continued to live on the same farm until moving to another in 1948. He retired in April of 1969, and resided for one year in Loyal. He was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church, the Town of Beaver School board and of the Clark County A. S. C.
Survivors include his wife, Sether; five daughters, Mrs. William (Marlene) English of Syracuse, N. Y., Mrs. William (Caroline) Perrine of Libya, N. Africa, Mrs. Harold (Sandra) Drescher of Neillsville, and karen and Sharon, at home; three sons, Milton Pachal of Wausau, and Randall and Eugene at home; a brother, Louis Pachal of Loyal; two sisters, Mrs. Alvin (Della) Goutscher of spender and Mrs. Alvin (Alice) Lavene of Neillsville; and five grandchildren.
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