CLARICE GEORGETTE SCHARINGER

Clarice Georgette Scharinger, 92, passed away on Monday, March 2, 2015.

She was born in Sheboygan to parents Fredrick and Clara (Nack) Greger. Clarice was united in marriage on January 31, 1942 to Robert L. Scharinger.

Clarice devoted her life to her family. She enjoyed baking, gardening, sewing and countless hours bird watching. Clarice loved to play the slot machines and watch and listen to the Brewers and Packers.

Clarice is survived by four sons; Robert R. (Joan) of Luxemburg, David R. (Robie) of Howards Grove, Terry L. (Belinda) of Mount Pleasants, MI, and Dennis R. (Lynn) of Aurora, CO, four daughters; Nancy C. (Ron) Boeldt of Plymouth, Patty L. (David) Hein of Sheboygan, Peggy L. (Steven) Scheidt of Cleveland and JoAnn B. (Dennis) Stuckmann of Elkhart Lake, eighteen grandchildren; Lisa Kelly, Erik (Lorelei) Scharinger, Tara (Marty) Miller, Robert (Chris Newman) Wuestenhagen, Kelly (Al) Weinknecht, Patrick (Kelly Doyle) Scharinger, Samuel (Kate Juedes) Scharinger, Jonathan (Tanya) Scharinger Kristin (Kyle) Reiss, Nicholas“George” (Amy) Hein, Holly Hein, Stacey Gretz, Jason (Holly) Scheidt, Bill (Jenna) Scharinger, Adam (Jen) Scharinger, Jessie (Dave) Hall, Stephanie (Anthony) Hilbelink and Michael Stuckmann, seventeen grandchildren; Olivia, Daniel and Chloe Kelly, Max Miller, Aaron and Macie Wuestenhagen, Greyson, Preston and Harrison Reiss, Kourtney, Christan and Meadow Scharinger, Cale Scharinger, Ethan Gretz, Taylor and Alli Scheidt and Nicholas and Benjamin Hein, two great-great-grandchildren; Kylie and Olleigh Wuestenhagen. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Clarice was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Robert L. Scharinger of 59 years, great-grandson Cody Wuestenhagen, six brothers; Fredrick, Wally, Milton, Lester, Melvin and Harland Greger, two sisters; Norma Zimmermann and Glennetta Everad.

A time of visitation and support for the family was held Thursday, March 5, at Zimmer Westview Funeral and Cremation Care Center. Committal will take place at a later date at Calvary Cemetery. Memorials are appreciated to the Alzheimer’s Association.

A special thanks to the staff at Harvest Home and Heartland Hospice for their care and support.


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