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Theresa M. (Crowley) Becwar

Published On: Mar 28 2013 05:45:41 AM CDT
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Boscobel/Theresa M. Becwar, age 90 of Boscobel, passed away on Wednesday March 27, 2013 at the Boscobel Care and Rehab in Boscobel. She was born on May 9, 1922 in Seneca Wisconsin. The daughter of Peter R. and Theresa M. (Boland) Crowley.

She is survived by two sons; Clarence "Sonny" Becwar of Mission Viejo Ca., Gregory (Colleen) Becwar of Conroe Tx. Two daughters; Carol (Paul) Richter of Altoona Ia., Cheryl Bell of Boscobel. 15 Grandchildren 18 Great-Grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her former husband Clarance Tom" Becwar ,a daughter Theresa "Tess" King, son in law; Rodney King, Granddaughter Rhonda King, a sister Eleanor Ingham, four brothers, John, Bernard, William and Peter Crowley

Memorial Services will be held on Saturday March 30, 2013 at 11:00 A.M. at the Kendall Funeral Home in Boscobel. Father Peter Auer officiating. Burial in the Boscobel Cemetery. Friends may call on Saturday from 10:00A.M. until the time of Service at the Kendall Funeral Home in Boscobel. On line condolence can be sent to www.kendallfuneralservice.com

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