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Charlene V Timm

November 21, 2019 | 20 comments

Charlene V Timm, 71

Chub passed away peacefully Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at Lutheran Hospital. Born on April 19, 1948 to Charles and Phyllis Timm.

Chub lived a very full life. She graduated, one of the top of her class from Mindoro High School. After High School she enlisted in the army where she served one year in Germany. She loved that!

Chub was a heavy machine operator for Mathy for 30 years until she retired.

Chub was an avid athlete, golfer, bowler & softball player.

She loved her Brewers, Badgers and Packers and was one of their biggest fans, and she enjoyed her many trips to the casino.

More than anything she loved her dogs and cats. Hopefully she was reunited with them at the rainbow bridge with lots of purrs and doggie kisses.

Chub has left a big void in so many hearts. Chub played a big part as “2ndmom” to Michael Morris and cherished their relationship through all the years. She will be deeply missed.

She leaves behind her sister Charlotte (Bob) Sbraggia, brother Chuck (Rhonda) Timm, many nieces and nephews and best friend, Mary Olson.

Chubs final words were:

Please laugh and tell funny stories when you talk about me. We have many to tell.

A Celebration of life will be held from 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm on Monday, November 25, 2019 at The Gathering Place, 133 Mason St. Onalaska.

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20 Comments

  1. Sally and Marvin Dahl

    Sally and I were so sorry to learn about Chub. Condolences to Charlotte, Chuck and families.

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  2. Richard G Bedessem

    Rest in PEACE. … your BANGOR COUSIN- DICK

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  3. Jeanne Hansen Goody

    I was so sorry to read of Chub’s death. She had a zest for life and we enjoyed so many times playing softball and bowling. She will be missed.

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  4. Michael Morris

    I will miss you Ubbie Timm!! Thank you for all the lessons and the love. Everytime we hear the thunder we will know that you just bowled another STRIKE!! XOXO -Michael Lee

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  5. Belva Thompson

    My condolences to the Timm family. She will be sadly missed by many.

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  6. Rita Myers

    Chub will sadly be missed
    I enjoyed knowing her and had great times bowling with her
    rest in peace Chub
    Thanks for all the bowling tips.

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  7. Rita Myers

    I so enjoyed knowing Chub
    Enjoyed bowling with you and all the tips you gave me
    You will be sadly missed

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  8. Tammy Bell

    You were such an amazing person. I am going to miss you, but will cherish all of our bowling memories. Thoughts and prayers to the entire family and your so many friends. You are loved so much. ❤

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    • Shirley and Becky

      Chub will be terribly missed. Love and prayers to ALL of Chub’s family.

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    • Gail Dutton

      Hugs to you Char
      from the “Duttons”

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  9. Jan Hartung

    Sympathy and prayers for the family. Sorry for your loss.

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  10. Pat Murphy

    So many great memories. Lots of them playing softball together. Sorry for your loss, she will be remembered.

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  11. Rita & Don Becker

    Our sympathy and prayers for the family. May she rest in peace.

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  12. Jan Frederixon

    So sorry for your loss, thinking about Chub always puts a smile on my face. May the laughter continue as you share the many memories of your great sister. Peace be with you all. With our deepest sympathy,

    Jan and Grant Frederixon

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  13. Reni Mack Cook

    So sorry Chuck and Charlotte and your families.

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  14. David Meyer

    Our condolences to you Chuck and your family. Your in our prayers. Dave , Linda , and Zachary Meyer.

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  15. Gary Oldenburg

    Sorry to be adding the obituary to the family tree. I did not know Charlene, a third cousin. One can just tell from her beautiful smile she would have been a fun and interesting person to know.

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  16. Lorraine Seebauer

    Condolences and prayers to Chubb’s Family.she was one great shortstop.♥️😇

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  17. Karen Rice

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this most difficult time. Will keep her in my prayers! Love, Karen Rice

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  18. Joyce Holseth

    I remember Chub when I would go with my Mom (LaVonne Holseth) to watch her bowl. Chub’s strikes were loud, her laugh was loud, her drinks were strong but her heart was golden. She was loved by many and missed by all.

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