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Obituary: Colleen A. Eicher

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Obituary: Colleen A. Eicher

Obituary: Colleen A. Eicher - Door County Pulse

July 6, 1954 ~ December 17, 2022

Colleen Audrey Eicher, 68, Algoma, died at dwelling on December 17, 2022, after a brief battle with most cancers.

Colleen was born in Sturgeon Bay, WI to Chester & Audrey (Robertson) Wodack on July 6, 1954. She grew up serving to within the household orchard alongside together with her three siblings. Colleen graduated highschool in 1972 from Southern Door.

On July 6, 1977, Colleen married the love of her life, Raymond Eicher they usually had been blessed with one daughter. Colleen’s ardour was family tree and serving to folks analysis their household timber. Her best joys had been spending time together with her grandchildren and spoiling her 18-year-old cat.

Colleen will likely be dearly missed by her husband Raymond, their daughter Rachel (Tim) Hanson; grandchildren, Emily, Wyatt, and Clint; her greatest good friend of fifty plus years, Char Colombo Bohn; and lots of different household and mates. She was preceded in demise by her mother and father.

Funeral providers will likely be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, December 20, 2022, at Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay with Rev. David Leistra officiating. Visitation will likely be from 11:00 a.m. till the time of providers on the funeral dwelling on Tuesday. Burial at Evergreen Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, donations could also be given to Algoma Fire & Rescue for saving her life in 2017.

The household needs to precise because of HSHS St. Vincent’s Hospital Oncology and Unity Hospice employees for his or her assist and care. 

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