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Donald Skaggs

September 3, 2006
Donald Skaggs
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Donald L. Skaggs, 74, Oconto, WI passed away on Sunday, September 3, 2006. He was born in New Castle, Indiana in 1932 to Hugh and Betty Skaggs. Don graduated from Canton, Ohio high school where he was awarded, first team, all-state offensive lineman in football. After graduation her served in the Korean War in the Navy from 1950-1954. In 1954 he married Jeanette Olson in San Francisco, CA. Throughout his life he worked in the food and sales industry until his retirement from the Bond Pickle Company. Donald is survived by his three children, Mike (Mary) Skaggs, Oconto; Michele (Ray) Olson, Green Bay; Mina Sergenian (fiancé Jeff VanEssen) Abrams. Don is also survived by nine grandchildren and their spouses Amy (Eric) Peterson, Michael (Tiffany) Skaggs, Kyle Skaggs (friend Amber Johnson), Becky Skaggs (friend Adam Smrcina), Benjamin (Sara) Olson, Molly Olson, Rob Sergenian, Joe Sergenian, Katy Sergenian, and three great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents Hugh and Betty Skaggs and a grandson, Joel Olson. A private ceremony fo the family will be held at Wisconsin Memorial Veterans Cemetery in King, Wisconsin. Gallagher Funeral Home in Oconto is handling the funeral arrangements. On line condolences may be expressed at The family wishes to extend a special thank you to Mary Skaggs for her special care of Dad in the past few years.

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