Born May 31, 1978 in Cudahy, Wis., Chuck was the son of Charles and Valerie (White) Michna, Godson of Colleen Goetsch and Gerald White Jr. An enrolled member of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, there was no shortage of laughter, fun and antics for the Michna family ever since joined. He had an infectious smile, sharp wit and made friends everywhere. Chuck always got into trouble with his sisters while growing up. He had a great passion for the outdoors from visiting his beloved grandparents in northern Wisconsin.
He graduated from Williams Horlick High School in 1996, opened his own gym and worked in construction. Chuck took his big personality and work ethic on the road, running door-to-door sales teams throughout the country including Missouri, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Idaho and Florida. It was at work where Chuck met the love of his life, Alexa (Pizzini) Michna. While it took a few years to win her over, the two married Sept 6, 2014 on the shores of Lake Superior in Red Cliff, WI.
Alexa, Chuck, and their dogs Artemis and Gorbachov were partners in everything. They ran a successful sales company and recently invested in real estate. Chuck complimented Lexie perfectly, and brought out the best in her and everyone around him. It was almost their two-year anniversary. While they worked hard, we all know they lived for their epic pool parties, grilled pizzas and traveling the world from salmon fishing in Alaska to European river cruises to Atlantic City to Antiqua to adventures with family “up North.” Chuck will be deeply missed by all who knew him. He had an exceptionally charismatic personality, and a devilish smile which you would never forget.
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He is survived by his wife Alexa; sisters, Irena (Scott) Legue and children, Mitchell and Sidney; Michele Michna (Tim Harms) and children, Ryan, Wieland & Benjamin; and brother, Bryson Michna. Grandparents Gerald White of Odanah WI and Irene Michna of Racine WI. Numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, in-laws and many friends. Chuck was preceded in death by two very special grandparents Frank C. Michna and his grandma Marge who he truly adored.
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