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“Cherie, I just heard about Charlie's passing and wanted to tell you how sorry I am. Loosing a sibling is a very hard thing to go through and I know...Read More »
1 of 5 | Posted by: Nancy (Borchardt) Howard - Roscoe, IL

“So sorry Cherie for the loss of your brother. I hold him and you in my prayers. Hopefully, just knowing people care brings some comfort..... ”
2 of 5 | Posted by: Bonnie Osswald

“been a very long time since we have seen each other, but have fond memories of us growing up in wausau, now you will rest easy with your mom and dad...Read More »
3 of 5 | Posted by: chris keene - wausau, WI

“Sorry to hear he is gone.he is in happy fishing grounds. Miss you bud. ”
4 of 5 | Posted by: Bob Seliger - Merrill - family

“I have such great memories of chuckie with growing up with this family... thoughts and prayers to you and your family.. ”
5 of 5 | Posted by: Kerry keene Scherer - wausau, WI


Charles E. Borchardt, Nashville, Tennessee, was born on May 3, 1949 in Wausau, Wisconsin. He graduated from Wausau Senior High and went on to work at several places of employment. His last place of employment was Job Services, the Fraudulent Claims Department, in Madison, Wisconsin. He worked there for over 30 years.

His favorite past-times were fishing and bowling until his health declined and he could no longer partake in them any longer. Other things he enjoyed were playing cribbage, watching sports on television (especially hockey), reading, and listening to music.

He is survived by one sister, Cheryl (Gary) Filber of Wausau; two nices, Jessica Zahrt and her family of Kronenwetter, Wisconsin and Katie Rozek of Las Vegas, Nevada; a brother-in-law, Robert Munn of Las Vegas; and extended family, Dustin Eron of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin and Krystina Eron and her family of Florida.

There will be a celebration of Charles' life at a later date in Wausau, Wisconsin.

We would like to thank all of the individuals and friends of Charles in both Nashville and in Wausau who made his life easier and for their friendship. We would also like to thank the doctors and the medical staff at the medical facilities and Alive Hospice for all lof their patience and care they gave to Charles in the last weeks of his life. We so very much appreciate you all..