Wayne ‘Kubie’ Kubiscik

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Wayne “Kubie” Kubiscik, 63, Abrams, died Monday, Dec. 9, 2013, at home. He was born Aug. 14, 1950, in Chicago to Chester and Stella (Kotowski) Kubiscik. Wayne moved with his family to the Abrams area in 1965.

On Dec. 29, 1988, he married Lee Flanagan in Green Bay. He was employed at Campbell Wrapper Corp. (FMC Corp.) for over 35 years. Wayne will be remembered for his love of hunting, nature and the outdoors. He enjoyed playing video games with his family and friends, along with taking on any projects given to him. Wayne also loved science as he was always conducting his own experiments and was his own “mad scientist.”

Survivors include his wife, Lee Kubiscik, Abrams; two daughters, Jacalyn (Oveal) Foreman, Milwaukee, and Chanda (Jason) Betts, Oconto Falls; four grandchildren, Kyle and Monté Coleman, Milwaukee, Aliyah and Olivia Betts, Oconto Falls; two sisters, Karen Kubiscik, Abrams, and Michelle Kubiscik, Oconto Falls; one brother, Brian (Tina) Kubiscik, Oconto; one nephew, Aaron Alberts, Hudson; two nieces, Erika Alberts, Oconto Falls, and Aurora Kubiscik, Oconto; one great-nephew, Mason Wellnitz; three special buddies, Mike Potthier, Dan “Shorty” Schadrie and Bob Mater.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Chester Kubiscik, on June 3, 1992, and Stella Kubiscik on Jan. 6, 2008.

Private family services were held at Jones Funeral Service in Oconto Falls, and cremation followed.

The Kubiscik family would like to thank the Unity Hospice team, especially Cheryl, for all their help, kindness and comfort.