Deaths Sept. 11, 2013: Linda Ann Pierre, John R “Jack” Schuette, Barbara Francis (Murphy) Flahive, Clyde Routheaux

The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

Linda Ann Pierre, 52, of Paddock Lake, did Sept. 11, 2013.

John R “Jack” Schuette, 74, of Salem, died Sept. 10, 2013.

Barbara Francis (Murphy) Flahive, of Bristol, died Sept. 9, 2013.

Clyde Routheaux, 75, of Salem, died Sept. 10, 2013. (obituary and photo follows, supplied by Miller – Reesman, Kasuboski, Haas, and Dahl Funeral Home)

Clyde Routheaux, 75, of Salem, died unexpectedly while boating with friends on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. He was born March 5, 1938 to Wallace and Verl (Greenlund) Routheaux in Michigan. Clyde married Virginia Baitinger on December 21, 1957. They were married for 52 years before she died in 2010 and together they raised six children. Clyde supported his family as a Truck owner/ operator hauling steel. An antique vehicle enthusiast, he enjoyed restoring motorcycles, cars, and tractors. He loved to race motorcycles and was member of the Racine Motorcycle Club and the S.E. Wisconsin Antique Power and Collectibles Society. Clyde enjoyed traveling most recently visiting the Philippines. He was an avid Packers Fan. Friends were a big part of his social life and he made many after he and Virginia moved to the Camp Lake area of Salem over a decade ago. Clyde especially liked to show people the lake on his pontoon boat. Clyde is survived by his children, Sandra Weiss, Barbara (Allan) Fritchen, David (Lisa) Routheaux, Randy (Cheryl) Routheaux; his daughter-in-law, Robin Uhlenhake; his grandchildren, Zack and Tyler Weiss, Nicholas, Andrew, and Jennifer Fritchen, Megan and Ryan Routheaux, David “Squirrel” (Joy) Routheaux and Matthew Routheaux, Jason (Alissa) Routheaux and Michael (Susan) Routheaux, Dana Routheaux, and Ashley Uhlenhake; his six great-grandchildren; his siblings, Barbara Frankalucci, Beverly Plourde, Judy (Trent) Niles, Connie Ojaniemi, Eugene (Marilyn) Routheaux, and Dennis (Deborah) Routheaux; and his very close friend, Arthur Niles; his special niece, Laurie Paramski. Clyde was preceded in death by his wife, Virginia; his children, Brian Routheaux and Michael Routheaux; and his parents. Visitation for Clyde’s family and friends will be held at Miller-Reesman Funeral Home on Saturday, September 14, 2013 from 1 pm – 4 pm with a memorial service to begin at 4 pm. The family will hold private burial services.

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  1. Kimberly and Gerry Anderson says:

    We were very saddened to of learned of Clydes death . He was a very caring and wonderful man! 3 years ago when we lost our home and had to move, Clyde and Art Niles were thete to help. My husband and I will never forget the kindness we received from a man that only knew of us from his friend Art! But that was the kind of person he was and we were blessed to have known him. May you rest in pease and God Bless your family and friends, with his loving comfort!

  2. Dana Routheaux says:

    I will miss you Grandpa and I know your in heaven with Grandma, my Dad, and my Uncle Brian but this was so sudden and I wish I could have said goodbye. I will always cherish your surprise birthday party that megan threw for you. I wish I would have been able to visit you more often. You were and still are a helper to everyone and I know I get that character trait from you. sooooo very sad I almost cant believe he is gone.

  3. dave says:

    I miss my dad

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