Mc Mahon Funeral Home
Lawrence "Larry" L. Pinchart Sr.
(August 3, 1931 - July 25, 2012)
McMahon Funeral Home 530 Main Street, P.O. Box 36, Luxemburg, Wi. 54217 Phone: 920-845-2389 Fax: 920-845-9235
Lawrence " Larry" Pinchart Sr.
Larry L. Pinchart Sr., 80, Champion, died Wednesday afternoon July 25, 2012.
He was born August 3, 1931 in Lincoln to the late Emil and Emma (Leroy) Pinchart. On November 15, 1974 Larry married Delores Malfroid-Boulanger at St. Peter Church in Lincoln.
He and his wife Delores owned and operated Pinchart's Pub in Champion until 1995. Delores preceded him in death October 15, 2006. He was a former employee of Liebmann Packing Co. and Brown County Highway Department retiring in 1996. He owned and operated Larry's Lawn Clean Service. For several years he served as Town Supervisor and Town Chairman for the Town of Green Bay.
His enjoyments included watching Packer Games, fishing and participating in garden tractor pulls. He was the founder of Champion Stock Garden Tractor Pulls in New Franken.
Survivors include his children, Larry Jr. (special friend Kathy Callovi) Pinchart, New Franken; Jerry (Cathy) Pinchart, Green Bay; Beverly (David) Wojkiewicz, Suamico; Rick (Brenda) Pinchart, Las Vegas; Arlan Pinchart, Niles (Mary Bell) Pinchart, all of Green Bay; Sherry (special friend Paul Van Dreel) Wrightstown; his step-children, Barbara (Vince) LeGreve, Dale (Jayne) Boulanger, all of Casco; Terri (Bert) Jacobs, New Franken; Cindy (Ron) Gilson, Luxemburg; Darrell (LuAnn) Boulanger, Champion; 26 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Pearl Pinchart, Algoma; Eunice Spitzer, Casco; Harriet (Duane) Beffa, Dunbar; Wilfred (Doris) Malfroid, New Franken; special nephew Kelly (Julie) Pinchart, Casco; special cousin Mark (Mae) Pinchart, Casco.
He was preceded in death by one brother, Francis Pinchart, one grandchild, Josh Gilson, two great-grandchildren, Kora Wojkiewicz, and Nathan Binsfield.
A graveside service will be held at 10:15 am on Friday, July 27, 2012 at St. Mary Cemetery, Luxemburg with Rev. Milton Suess officiating.