Visitation will be held from 4-7 pm, Monday, October 19, 2015 at Pederson-Volker Funeral Chapel, Chippewa Falls and one hour prior to the service on Tuesday at church. Pederson-Volker Funeral Chapel & Cremation Services, Chippewa Falls is serving the family. ARENTZ, Evelyn J., 98, of Bangor and Eau Claire, died Friday at Mulder Health Care Facility in West Salem. COTTRELL, Gerald, of Shawano, formerly of Eau Claire, died Tuesday at KindredHearts in Shawano. Charles William Kuehn was called home to be with the Lord on August 16, 2015, while resting comfortably in his bed at the Clairemont Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Eau Claire.
Charles was born on December 26, 1929, in Fall Creek, Wisconsin to Franklin and Gertrude (Dehnke) Kuehn. Charles returned home to take over the family farm, which he tended with diligence and hard work.
In 1969, he met the woman he would be married to for 45 years, then Arlene Hamann, at a singles dance in Eau Claire.
In 1978, he and Arlene (with Karl and Harold) moved to Eau Claire to be closer to the County Highway shop in Altoona and to Arlene’s employment. Because of his devout faith in Christ, he was a very active member in the church in both Augusta and Eau Claire.
His favorite hobbies were fishing, leatherwork and woodworking until his activities became severely limited, as Parkinson’s gradually took away his mobility. Charles is survived by his three sons, Allen (Kandie) Kuehn, Karl (Deborah) Kuehn, and Harold (Nancy) Kuehn. Fuller-Speckien-Hulke Funeral Home, 3209 Rudolph Road, Eau Claire, WI 54701 is assisting the family with the arrangements.


Set a Reminder and we'll send you an email when it's time to stock up on items you buy regularly or seasonally, like air filters, fertilizer or mulch. Please make sure your name & address information correct so the parcels can safe deliver to you. Wells, 90, of Chippewa Falls, died Friday, October 16, 2015 at Mayo Clinic Health System-Eau Claire.
He grew up on the family farm with his six siblings, Elaine, Harvey (deceased), Franklin, Melvin (diseased), Grace, and Jane, where he learned the value of hard work and a do-it-yourself work ethic.
In 1951 he married Dona Jones, with whom he raised three children: Allen, Susan and Harold, until her passing in 1969. There he joined the American Legion Post 53 in Eau Claire, where he served as a part of the military honor guard for parades and funerals.
He attended Russell Corners School until the 8th grade and graduated from Augusta High School in 1947. For the majority of his service he was stationed in Chicago, where he became an avid Cubs fan (but he remained loyal to the Green Bay Packers).
They married in July of 1970 and began the challenge of raising a blended family that included his three children and Arlene’s son, Karl. He and Arlene were also very active in planning the High Ground Korean War veterans’ memorial.
Matthews and Concordia Lutheran churches in Eau Claire, he filled various needs in the congregations as an usher, Deacon, Elder, and church council member. In high school he learned building trades and woodworking, skills he used throughout his life. He received an Honorable Discharge due to hardship in 1952, because of the passing of his father, Franklin.


A year and a half later (February 1972), to make it official, they adopted each other’s children.
Especially at Grace, he was called on many times to be the handyman when repairs were needed at the church. Kuehn and Odette Kuehn and five step-grandchildren, two great-granddaughters, Tessa Kuehn and Desiree Kuehn; and all of the nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. After a few years at the canning company (in 1965), he secured his long-term employment with the Eau Claire County Highway Department.
Between the two of them, they worked hard to provide for the family and make a comfortable home. He worked there for 27 years until his retirement in 1992, at both the Augusta and Altoona shops.
Burial with military honors rendered by American Legion Post #53 will take place immediately following the funeral service in the Rest Haven Cemetery in the Town of Washington. Reliable,” because, unless he was ill, he would show up no later than 15 minutes early to work, and he would answer every emergency call for snowplowing or road repairs. Dispute & After-sales:Any after-sales problems, please first contact the seller to resolve!




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