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In Memory of

George D. Virnich

March 16, 1928 - July 11, 2011

Obituary


George D. Virnich, 83, of Stone Lake, Wisconsin died Monday, July 11, 2011 at his residence.

George Duwaine Virnich was born March 16, 1928 in Chicago, Illinois. He served in the Army Medical Corps during the Korean War. On October 23, 1954, he married Wilma "Mousie" Martens. George worked for many years as a Purchasing Agent for Fredricks Marking Products Company in the Chicago area. In 1984, George retired and they moved to the Stone Lake, WI area, where George and Wilma owned and operated George's Country Mouse Gift & Antique Shop for 10...

George D. Virnich, 83, of Stone Lake, Wisconsin died Monday, July 11, 2011 at his residence.

George Duwaine Virnich was born March 16, 1928 in Chicago, Illinois. He served in the Army Medical Corps during the Korean War. On October 23, 1954, he married Wilma "Mousie" Martens. George worked for many years as a Purchasing Agent for Fredricks Marking Products Company in the Chicago area. In 1984, George retired and they moved to the Stone Lake, WI area, where George and Wilma owned and operated George's Country Mouse Gift & Antique Shop for 10 years. George was a faithful member of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hayward, and he was involved for several years with the Stone Lake Area Historical Society.

George is survived by his wife Wilma "Mousie" Virnich of Stone Lake, WI; son Stephen Virnich of Bowling Green, KY; son Andrew (Rebecca) Virnich of West Bend, WI; granddaughters Elizabeth, Catherine, and Margaret Virnich of West Bend, WI; sister-in-law Emily Martens of Chetek, WI; nephew Gregory (Donna) Martens of Chetek, WI; and many friends.

George was preceded in death by his parents.

A memorial service was held on Friday, July 15, 2011 at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church with Reverend Kenneth N. Hinrichs officiating. Interment was held at Evergreen Cemetery in Stone Lake, WI. Arrangements were entrusted to Anderson-Nathan-Koerpel Funeral Home of Hayward.

Memorials may be given to Trinity Lutheran Church or the Hayward Regional Hospice.