Garth Coonce Obituary, Death – Garth Coonce passed away on Tuesday at the Ingleside Manor. He was attended to by his loved ones on both sides at the moment of his death. Garth Coonce’s birthdate is June 15th, and he was born in Madison, Wisconsin, to parents Bennie and Ethel (Kroetz) Coonce. Garth was born in June. Garth received his high school graduation from Madison East High School in 1962. He was a big enthusiast of the great outdoors and spent most of his time doing things like fishing and hunting. He opted to take an early retirement from Oscar Mayer after more than 30 years of service.
The majority of the work is done by hand, and the majority of the time, the job is done outside, on the grass. Garth and Sandra James married on May 20, 1964, in Woodstock, Illinois, after taking part in a wedding ceremony and exchanging vows. His complete attention was always focused on his family. The Northwoods of Wisconsin were among his favorite vacation spots, and he frequently took his family there to enjoy the great outdoors. Garth was a lovely neighbor who always left his door open for his friends and neighbors, and we will remember him for as long as we appreciate our memories of him.
Sandra, Garth’s wife of 58 years, is the one who will carry on once he passes away. Deborah Pankow, commonly known as James, is the mother of his children’s children, Jennifer (Kevin) Figy and Michael Coonce. Deborah’s given name is James. The four grandchildren are Paul G. A. Dekker, Savannah Figy, Ashley Coonce (who is married to Ryan Gill), and Shannon Coonce. Ashley Coonce is the wife of Ryan Gill (who is engaged to Spencer Schueller).
There will be four great grandchildren: Brantley, Axston, Arlynn, and a tiny girl named Aubri who will be born any day now. Maureen Coonce, her brother Douglas (Maria) Coonce, and their nieces and nephews JulieAnn Coonce, Stephen Coonce, Todd Coonce, and Dana Coonce make up the Coonce family. Their cousins are also members of the Coonce family. His parents, brother Larry Coonce, father-in-law Allen James, mother-in-law Esther James, and brother-in-law Roger James were among those he loved who died.