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Obituary for Charles Jeffrey "Chuck" Sohr

Charles Jeffery Sohr passed away on March 8, 2022. He was born on March 13, 1933 to Theodore and Ida (Seering) Sohr at Shawano Hospital. Chuck attended Sohr School for six years until it closed and then he attended Bonduel public schools, graduating from Bonduel High School, where he was active in football, basketball, track, band, and debate. He received a scholarship and attended Steven’s Point State College, where he graduated with majors in chemistry and medical technology. While attending, Chuck applied for and received a commission as an officer in the Medical Services Corps of the United States Air Force. Later, while attending officer’s training school at Gunter Air Force Base in Alabama, Chuck married his sweetheart, Bobbie Vaughn at the base with a full military ceremony. Chuck was assigned medical duties in Bitburg, Germany. It was there, he and Bobbie had their first son, Michael. After Chuck completed his military commission with the Air Force, he and Bobbie returned to Wisconsin, where he began a medical career for Mercy Hospital in Oshkosh. He later worked for Theda Clark in Neenah. In Oshkosh Chuck and Bobbie had their second son, Todd.

Over the years, Chuck became an accomplished gardener during summer and worked on stained glass projects in the winter such as lamp shades and window panels and more. He also loved hunting and playing golf, especially at the Big Ten cabin up north, with family and many friends.

Chuck is survived by his wife Bobbie Sohr; son, Michael (Nancy) Sohr; grandchildren, Jason, Benjamin, Jacqueline, Jeremy, Chloe, Megan, and Shawn. He is further survived by four great-grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by his son, Todd Sohr, his parents, his brother Wayne Sohr, his in-laws Hassell and Stella Vaughn.

A memorial service, including military honors, for Chuck will be held on Friday, April 8, at Plymouth Church, 1325 Georgia Street, Oshkosh, with visitation beginning at 10am until the time of service at 11am. A luncheon will follow.