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Chester "Chet" J. Multerer

August 11, 1946 December 11, 2017
Chester "Chet" J. Multerer
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Chester (Chet) J. Multerer went home in the arms of Jesus on Monday, December 11, 2017, after a hard fought battle with serious health issues for over 20 years. Through all of his health issues and struggles he was able to maintain his pride of being 36 years in sobriety.

Chester is survived by his loving wife Jean of 46 years. His children; Troy (Michelle) Multerer of Stratford, Julie Multerer of Marshfield, and Christina Multerer of Marshfield. His 8 grandchildren; Sierra (Donald Stevens), Connor, Dakota, Gary, Isabelle, Brianna, Adriana, and Nevaeh. One great-grandson Robert. He is further survived by three brothers Ken (Sal) Multerer of Canal Winchester Ohio, Pete Multerer of Pittsville, Don (Rita) Multerer of Marshfield and two sisters Bonnie (Suzie) Dunn of Tomah, Doreen Fuller of Marshfield and many brothers and sisters in law, nieces , nephews and extended family.

Chester was preceded in death by his parents Fank and Mathilda Multerer, his in laws Ambrose and Anna Martin, one brother Erv., brother in law Laverne Fuller, brother in law James Dunn, sister in law Ruth Multerer and several extended in laws.

He was born in Marshfield on August 11, 1946, to Frank and Mathilda (Tilly) Multerer and was the middle child of seven children. He was raised in the Pittsville and Lindsey areas where he attended school; he would finish his education in Marshfield. As a young man he worked various jobs but it wasn’t until he was employed as a milk hauler that he would meet his future wife. Shortly after meeting her he told his good friend that he had met the one to whom he would be wed, and six months later he finally landed a date with her. Three years later on April 30, 2017 he wed his bride, Jean (Martin) Multerer at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Bakerville. Over the years they were blessed with three children Troy, Julie and Christina. Together with their children they maintained a small hobby farm. In his last field of employment he was able to fulfill his love of woodworking. Chet’s hobbies included hunting, making wood and involving his children in with his interests where they would learn and appreciated a job well done.

The family would like to thank Ascension Home Health and Ministry Home Hospice Care the many nurses and helpers Cindy, Christina and JoAnn; Neillsville Memorial Care and Rehab. Also to the many friends and neighbors who were instrumental in helping grant his wish to be at home; especially Jim Cullen, Jim Zahradka and Dan and Cathy Behnke for all of their help and support. Also, everyone who sent prayers brought meals and stopped in to visit to help his family with his transition home to Jesus.

Services will be held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Saturday, December 16, 2017 with visitation will be at 9:00 a.m. until the time of Mass at 10:30 a.m. celebrated by Father Savari and Deacon Ray. A private family graveside service will be held and a celebration of life will be held at a later date.

Mid Wisconsin Cremation Society is assisting family at this time. Online condolences can be made at

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