A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, February 3rd at Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Superior, WI. Visitation will start at 10am with service to follow at 11am.
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Charles P. Klick

January 10th, 1934 – January 23rd, 2024

Charles “Charlie” Klick, 90, passed away Tuesday January 23rd, 2024 peacefully at his home. Charlie was born and raised by Peter and Lena Klick on their family farm in Gordon, WI. 

Charlie was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. He was a passionate do-it-himself handyman that loved fixing anything he touched. His biggest passion in life was being a race fan and former driver. Charlie was one of the first members to race in the Tri-State Racing Association and was an inductee to the Superior Speedway Hall of Fame in 2004. He rarely missed a race at the local speedways as he followed his sons Chris Klick, Scott Lawrence, and grandson Ricky Klick as they followed in his footsteps.

Charlie and Joyce were married on July 23rd, 1970, combining their families together. Over the past 53 years of marriage, they enjoyed their nights with Joyce’s home cooked meals and being surrounded by family. 

Charlie is survived by his wife Joyce, children Chis Klick (Nikki Neuhaus), Pam Caffrey, Don Lawrence, Heidi LaFlamme (Robert), and Scott Lawrence (Sarah) and sister Valaria Larson. He was cared for by his granddaughter Mandy Lawrence. Charlie was loved by his many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Charlie is preceded in death by his parents, brothers Joe and Peter, sister Helen and Dorothy, and son Gregory. 

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, February 3rd at Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Superior, WI. Visitation will start at 10am with service to follow at 11am.

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