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Charles Bomkamp

Published On: Jun 15 2013 03:08:30 PM CDT
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Charles J. Bomkamp, 67, of Blue River died Friday, June 14, 2013 at Manor Care in Platteville.

Charles is survived by his wife Betty (Zilmer) Bomkamp, four children: David (Tammy) Bomkamp of Columbus, Laura (Shawn) Rockland of Richland Center, Sarah (Jaysen) Schaller of Spring Green, Mark Bomkamp of Barneveld; eight grandchildren; one great-grandson; brothers and sisters: Denny (Sue) Bomkamp of Muscoda, Clete Bomkamp of Muscoda, Arnold (Marge) Bomkamp of Avoca, Joe (Irene) Bomkamp, Elaine (Ron) Koenig of Black Earth, Gert (Ken) Hying of Lake City, IA, Pat (Jerry) Davis of Gurnee, IL, Sharon (Roger) Chupp of Richland Center, Mary Baluta (Jon Kreig) of Colorado, many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Charles was preceded in death by his parents Raymond and Emma Bomkamp, brother Lawrence and nephew Michael Hying.

Per Chuck’s request there will be no formal services.

Burial will be held in the St. John’s Catholic Cemetery in Muscoda. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service of Richland Center is assisting the family with their arrangements. Online condolences can be made at prattfuneralservice.com.

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