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Richard Wier Obituary

Richard  Wier
Richard Wier

September 19, 2008


Wier, Richard J. “Dick”

       Age 67


Rural Spooner, Wisconsin

Passed away at home of heart failure on September 19, 2008. Preceded in

death by parents, Helen and George. Survived by wife, Vicki; daughters,

Teri (Steve) Thorstad, Chris (Bob) Koch, January (Mike) Caldwell, Sandi

(Dawayne) Ramsey, Kathi (Todd) Johnson; step-daughter, Gina Roulet (Scott)

Sarazin; step-son, Brian (Amy) Roulet; grandchildren, Jennie, Joel,

Kristen, Kelsey, David, Kevin, Cassie, Eric, Mitch, Alyssa, Patrick, Andy,

Matt and Michael, Kate, Kevin, Cassidy, Hailey; great granddaughter,

Kaitlin; former wife, Diane Wier; sister, Betty Olson, brothers, Tom (Mary

Ann) Wier, Jack Wier. A Celebration of Dick’s Life will be held on

Thursday, September 25, 2008 at 11 AM with a Visitation Wednesday,

September 24, 2008 from 5 to 8 PM at BRADSHAW, 4600 Greenhaven Drive at

Hwy 96 (one mile west of 35E). In lieu of flowers, memorials are



4600 Greenhaven Dr., White Bear



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