Floyd B. DeBauch, 90, Green Bay, died peacefully at a local nursing home on February 3, 2018. Born on October 23, 1927 in Two Rivers, he is the son of the late Arthur and Marie (Burg) DeBauch. Floyd served in the United States Navy from September 13, 1945 to October 18, 1948. On October 2, 1954, he married the former Clistie Umentum, and she preceded him in death on November 25, 1964. He later married Margaret Arvey at St. Joseph’s Church in Green Bay, and she preceded him in death on November 9, 2005.
Floyd retired from Fort Howard Paper Corps (now Georgia Pacific) in January 1988 after 33 years of service. He was a member of the Fort Howard Key Club and the Fort Howard Quarter Century Club. Floyd was also a lifelong member at St. Agnes Parish.
He enjoyed cooking, baking, working on his yard, rummage sales, feeding birds, and hunting and fishing while staying at his cottage in Townsend. Additional hobbies included woodworking, vegetable gardening, and sharing the fruits of his labor with friends and family.
Floyd is survived by five sisters, Marilyn Ingrisani, Westbury, NY, Priscilla Burbey, Green Bay, Joan (Richard) Murdzek, Suamico, Regina Coppens, Tucson, AZ, and Elizabeth Ondik, Gillett; two brothers, Vincent (Joyce) DeBauch, Shawano, and Delbert (Bonnie) DeBauch, Gillett; and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, and friends.
He was preceded in death by two spouses; his parents; one sister, Genevieve Reinke; one brother, Bernard DeBauch; and four brothers-in-law, Ralph Burbey, Ronald Coppens, Julius Ondik, and Nicholas Ingrisani.
Visitation at St. Agnes Parish, 1484 9th St, Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. until the time of the funeral. Mass of Christian Burial 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at the church with the Rev. Patrick Beno officiating. Entombment at Allouez Chapel Mausoleum. Malcore (West) Funeral Home assisted the family with funeral arrangements, 499-4100.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to Unity Hospice and Cardinal Ridge in Howard for their exceptional care. They would also like to thank Tom for his kind companionship, and to Marlene, who fixed Floyd’s breakfast every morning. The family would also like to thank St. Agnes’s Parish for their visits.