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GALLOWAY, LOUISA SUNDERLIN WORTMAN
The Ionia Weekly Standard, Friday, January 27, 1911
Mrs. Louisa Galloway, who was buried at Palo on Friday last, came to the then village of Ionia from New York state in 1864, 47 years ago. Her first husband was Dr. David Wortman, who died in 1873. Her second husband was Barney D. Galloway, who died in 1895.
When a young woman she united with the Baptist church, and as long as her health permitted, was always in her place at the church services. God called her to rest after an illness of nearly five months, months of constant suffering, endured with patience and a loving thoughtfulness for those who cared for her.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wortman and sons Fred and Clifford of Ionia, and daughter, Bernice of Ann Arbor, Fred Wilder of Ionia, and Mr. and Mrs. Snyder of Ionia, partners in business with Frank Wortman, who was almost constantly with his mother the three months previous to her death, attended the funeral.
Sheboygan Press, Tuesday, May 13, 1930, page 2, Sheboygan, WI
Final Rites Held
Funeral rites for Elton Garbe, aged 4 years, who died after an illness of one week at his home, 503 South River street, were held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon from the Ramm Funeral Home. Rev. George H. Nickell of the First Evangelical church officiated and interment was made in the Lutheran cemetery, The pallbearers were Paul Goldbeck, Paul Urner Jr.
GOLDBECK, ARTHUR H.
RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1977. Obituary
GOLDBECK, ARTHUR H.
Age 68. Passed away Thursday, November 24, 1977, at St. Mary's Medical Center in Racine. Mr. Goldbeck had been a resident of the Burlington area for the past 20 years. On February 2, 1932, he was united in marriage to the former Ida Coe, who proceeded him in death on July 13, 1969. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Goldbeck was employed as a Floor Guard at the Twin Lakes Skating Rink. He was a member of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Racine.
Surviving are two sons and one daughter-in-law, Arthur and Ellen Goldbeck of Lyons and Louis Goldbeck of Texas; four daughters and three sons-in-law, Mrs. Charles (Irene) Wortman of Union Grove, Mrs. Edward (Elizabeth) Hinzpeter of Burlington, Mrs. Floyd (Florence) Kiesow of Ft. Atkinson, and Mrs. Ida Whitman of Burlington; 25 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; two brothers, Clarence of Burlington and Paul of Racine; one sister, Mrs. Harry (Hazel) Henrickson of Racine. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, November 26, at 1:00 p.m. at the Schuette-Daniels Funeral Home with the Rev. R.J. Pope officiating. Internment will be at Burlington Cemetery. Friends may call this (Friday) evening from 6:00 until 9:00 p.m. at the Schuette-Daniels Funeral Home, 157 S. Pine St., Burlington.
GOLDBECK, ARTHUR C.
The Journal-Times, Racine, Wis. Monday, October 15, 1984, page 6C
GOLDBECK, MR. ARTHUR C.
10227 Highway K, Franksville
Age 27. Passed away on Saturday, October 13, 1984, at his home. He was born in Burlington on August 28, 1957, to Arthur and Carol (Baumeister) Goldbeck. His early life was spent in Burlington and he had attended St. John's Lutheran Grade School and Burlington High School. He was married to the former Kathleen Stuedy on December 23, 1983, following their marriage they lived in Franksville. He had served in the US Navy. He was disabled and was very active in the Wisconsin Paralyzed Veterans of America. Surviving are his wife, Kathleen of Franksville; mother, Mrs. Roger (Carol) Dusing of Burlington; daughter, Tera Baumeister; stepson, Danny Steinke; stepdaughter, Tanyia Steinke, both of Franksville; brothers, William and John Goldbeck of Burlington, Tommy and Tony Lust of Burlington; halfbrothers, Patrick and Gary Dusing of Chicago; Richard and Danny Dusing; sisters, Mrs. Richard (Sharon) Lucas, Mrs. Richard (Jody) Dusing, all of Burlington, Mrs. Thomas (Patti) Reda of Chicago, Casandra Lust; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Baumeister, all of Burlington; mother and father-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Studey Sr. of Union Grove; brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins. He was preceded in death by one sister, Peggy and one brother, Jimmy. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, October 16, at 1:00 p.m. at the SCHUETTt-DANIELS FUNERAL HOME, 157 S. Pine St., Burlington, with Rev. Stan Hanna officiating. Interment will be at West Lawn Memorial Park, Racine. Visitation will be held this (MONDAY) evening from 4:00 until 9:00 p.m. at the funeral home.
GOLDBECK, ARTHUR C.
The Journal Times, Racine, WI., Wed., Nov. 17, 2004, page 2B
Arthur C. Goldbeck
BURLINGTON - Arthur C. Goldbeck, 69, passed away Monday, November 15, 2004, at his residence.
Funeral services will be held at Schuette-Daniels Funeral Home on Friday, November 19, 2004, at 11 a.m. with Rev. Mitchell Considine officiating. Burial will follow at Burlington Cemetery. Relatives and friends may meet with the family at the funeral home on Thursday from 5 until 7 p.m. Memorials to the family have been suggested.
SCHUETTE-DANIELS FUNERAL HOME
625 South Browns Lake Drive Burlington
GOLDBECK, CARL W
Probably Sheboygan Press November 1989
Carl W. Goldbeck
CarL W. Goldbeck, 90, of 1012 Kensington Avenue, Plymouth, Wisconsin, passed away late Saturday morning, November 4, 1989, at Valley View Medical Center, in Plymouth, following a prolonged illness.
He was born April 28, 1899, in the Town of Wilson, a son of the late William and Rose Baumann Goldbeck. He attended district schooland was confirmed at St. John Lutheran Church, in Plymouth, in 1911. He farmed in the Town of Greenbush until retiring in 1965, He drove school bus for Plymouth Schoof district for 10 years. He had also served on the GreenbushTown Board for 19 years and had served as treasurer of the German Comers Telephone Co. He had also been active for many years at the Plymouth Senior Center Meal Program. He was a member of St. John Lutheran Church, in Plymouth.
He was married to Louise Hartmann, in Sheboygan, on August 3, 1930. She preceded him in death in March of 1932.
On August 3, 1967, he was married to Christina Hoefler Hembel, in Plymouth. The couple has lived in Plymouth since their marriage.
Survjvors include his wife, one step-daughter, Mrs. Lorayne Vick, of the Town of Plymouth; one step-daughter-in-law, Mrs. Darleen Hembel, of Sheboygan Falls; 15 step-granchildren and 9 step-greatgrandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Hilda and Nelda; one step-son, Herman Hembel and one step daughter, Marilyn Hauser.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday evening, November 7, 7:30 p.m., at the Wittkoop Funeral Home, in Plymouth. The Rev. Dennis Pegorsch, pastor of St John Luthean Church, officiating. Burial will be in
Plymouth Union Cemetery. Friends may call at the Wittkopp Funeral Home from 3 p.m. Tuesday until the time of services. A memorial fund is being established in Mr. Goldbeck's name.
GOLDBECK, CARL W.
Plymouth Review, Plymouth, Wis., Tuesday, November 7, 1989, page 6
Carl W. Goldbeck
Funeral services for Carl W. Goldbeck, 90, 1012 Kensington Ave., Plymouth, will be held Tuesday, (today) Nov. 7, 1989 at 7:30 p.m. at t the Wittkopp Funeral Home, Plymouth. The Rev. Dennis Pegorsch, pastor of St. John Lutheran Church officiating.
He died late Saturday morning at Valley View Medical Center, Plymouth, following a prolonged illness. He was born April 28, 1899, in the town of Wilson, son of the late William and Rosa Baumann Goldbeck. He attended the district school and was confirmed at St. John Lutheran Church, Plymouth in 1911. He farmed in the town of Greenbush until retiring in 1965. He drove school bus for the Plymouth School District for 10 years. He was a member of St. John Lutheran Church, Plymouth.
He had also served on the Greenbush Town Board for 19 years and had served as treasurer of the German Corners Telephone Co. He had also been active for many years at the Plymouth senior center meal program. He was married to Louise Hartmann in Sheboygan on Aug. 3, 1930. She preceded him in death In March of 1932.
On Aug. 3, 1967, he was married to Christina Hoefler Hembel, Plymouth. The couple has lived in Plymouth since their marriage. Survivors are his wife, one step daughter, Mrs. Lorraine Vick, town of Plymouth; one step daughter-in-law, Mrs. Darleen Hembel, Sheboygan Falls; 15 step grandchildren; nine step greatgrandchildren.
He was preceded in death by two sisters (Hilda and Nelda); one stepson, Herman Hembel; and one step daughter, Marilyn Hauser. Burial will be in the Plymouth Union Cemetery. Friends may call at the Wittkopp Funeral Home from 3 p.m. Tuesday until the time of service. A memorial fund is being established.
THE PLYMOUTH REPORTER, Plymouth, Wisconsin. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1902. OBITUARY
Died Last Wednesday.
Another old settler of the town of Mitchell passed away. Carl Goldbeck died Wednesday, Dec. 3, at his home in the town of Mitchell. He was born Feb. 21, 1823, in Potzlow Ukermark, Germany and came to this country in 1857. In 1853 he was married to Miss. Henrietta Hartman, and eight children were born to them, four of whom are living, Herman, who lives on the old homestead, William of Greenbush, Louis of Fond Du Lac and Mrs. Bertha Roepke of the town of Mitchell. He had eight grandchildren. The funeral will be held tomorrow, Rev. Proehl officiating.
GOLDBECK, CLARENCE A.
RACINE JOURNAL TIMES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1982. OBITUARY
GOLDBECK, MR. CLARENCE A.
Bohners Drive, Burlington.
Passed away on Wed., Oct. 13, 1982, at St. Mary's Medical Center at the age of 70. Mr. Goldbeck was born in Sheboygan on Oct. 25, 1911, and came to the Racine area over 40 years ago. He was employed at the Burlington Brass Works, retiring in 1973. He was a member of Machinist's Local 1493, Burlington Lodge. Surviving are one sister and brother-in-law, Hazel and Harry Henrickson, of Racine; several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles, other relatives and friends. He was proceeded in death by three brothers, Ervin, Paul and Arthur Goldbeck. Funeral services will be held on Friday Oct. 15, at 2:00 p.m. at the Draeger-Langendorf Funeral Home with the Rev. J.E. Harvey Martin officiating. Burial will follow in Graceland Cemetery. Visitation will be this (Thursday) evening from 6:00 until 9:00 p.m. at the Draeger-Langendorf Funeral Home, 1910 Taylor Ave.
GOLDBECK, CHRISTINA (nee Hemble, nee Hoefler)
Sheboygan Press, Sheboygan, Wis. Saturday, March 28, 1998, page A2
Christine K. Goldbeck
Christina K. Goldbeck, 92, of Plymouth, died. Thursday evening, March 26, 1998,, at Valley Manor Nursing Home in Plymouth, where she has been a resident the past three years.
She was born Jan; 30, 1906 in the Town of Addison, Washington Cty., a daughter of the late Joseph and Barbara Mueller Hoefler. She attended the district school near Allenton.
On Nov, 10, 1926, she was married to Alfred Hembel at Jackson, Wis. The couple lived and farmed in the Town of Greenbush. Her husband preceded her in death Sept. 23, 1958.
On Aug, 3, 1967, she was married to Carl W. Goldbeck in Plymouth, where they made their home. Mr Goldbeck passed away Nov. 4,1989.
Mrs. Goldbeck is member of Salem United Church of Christ in Plymouth and was a member of its Willing Workers Society.
She had also been a member of the South Prairie Homemakers Club.
Survivors include a daughter, Lorayn Vick, Plymouth; 15 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren; one brother, Roman (Hildegard) Hoefler, Fairdealing, Mo. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Marilyn Hauser; one son Herman Hembel; one sister, Eleanor Cork; three brothers, Joseph, Andrew and Wilbert Hoefler. and one granddaughter, Susie Hauser.
Funeral services Will be held Monday, March, 30, at 7 p.m., at Salem United Church of Christ in Plymouth. The Rev. James Hoppert, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the Washington County Memorial Park:
Friends may call at the CHURCH, from 4 p.m., on Monday; until the hour of services.
A memorial fund will be established in Mrs. Goldbeck's name.
The Wittkopp Funeral Home in Plymouth is serving the family.
GOLDBECK, DOROTHY F. (nee Halkowitz)
RACINE JOURNAL TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 (& 14), 1982. OBITUARY
GOLDBECK, MRS. PAUL E. (DOROTHY F.) (Nee HALKOWITZ)
925 Lockwood Ave.
Funeral services for Mrs. Paul E. (Dorothy F.) Goldbeck, who passed away Monday Oct. 11, 1982, at the age of 61, will be held on Friday, Oct. 15, at 10:00 a.m. at the Draeger- Langendorf Funeral Home. Burial will follow at West Lawn Memorial Park. Visitation will be held Thursday, Oct. 14, from 6:00 until 9:00 p.m. at the Draeger-Langendorf Funeral Home, 1910 Taylor Ave.
The Sheboygan Press, Friday, March 26, 1965 Page 8 Sheboygan, WI.
Edwin Goldbeck. 75, a native of Plymouth, died Thursday at his home in Circle Pines, Minn., following a lengthy illness. Born in Plymouth July 8, 1889, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldbeck, he attended school in Plymouth and was married Jan. 24, 1916, in Minnesota, to Laura Spielman. They operated farms in Minnesota since their marriage. Survivors are his wife; a son Edward in Circle Pines, and a daughter, Mrs. Alfred Zaspel of North St. Paul, Minn.; three grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Joseph (Viola) Schirmer of Greenbush and Mrs. Clara Lange of Plymouth. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Mattson Funeral Home in Forest Lake, Minn., and interment will be in Forest Lake cemetery.
GOLDBECK, ERVIN M.
RACINE JOURNAL TIMES. Thursday, DECEMBER 31, 1964
GOLDBECK, ERVIN M. 4516 Byrd Avenue, Racine, Wis.
Age 60. Passed away Dec. 30, 1964 in St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. Goldbeck was born in Sheboygan, Wis. on Oct. 9, 1904 and came to Racine from Sheboygan, 44 years ago. He formerly was employed by the Commercial Trucking Co. Surviving are three brothers, Paul of Racine, Arthur and Clarence of Burlington, Wis.; one sister, Mrs. Harry (Hazel) Henderickson of Racine; nieces and nephews; grandnieces and grandnephews. Funeral services will be held Saturday, 9:30 AM, in the Draeger Funeral Home, Rev. Orris Bartholomew officiating. Internment will be in Graceland Cemetery, friends may call at the Draeger Funeral Home, 1910 Taylor Avenue, Friday Jan. I, after 4:30 PM and until time of service.
GOLDBECK, HENRIETTA (nee Hartmann)
Plymouth Reporter Saturday, Plymouth, Wis., July 8, 1911, Page 1
Death has again claimed an old resident of Mitchell, Mrs. Henrietta Goldbeck, who was born in Germany March 8, 1823.
She came, to this county in 1857 where she resided till death due to old age claimed her at the home of her son, Herman, in the town of Mitchell on July 1st. The funeral services were held in this city at the Lutheranl church July 5th, with internment in the city cemetery. She is surviYed by four children; viz., Herman on the old homestead, William of Greehbush, Louis of Sheboygan and Mrs. Roepke of Mitchell.
GOLDBECK, HENRIETTA (nee Hartmann)
Plymouth Review, Plymouth, Wis., Wednesday, July 4, 1911
Mrs. Henrietta Goldbeck died Saturday, July 1, at the home of her son Herman near Spring Farm of old age.
Mrs. Goldbeck was born November 8, 1823, in Germany. She came to this country in 1858. Besides her son Herman, two other sons, William and Louis, survive and a daughter, Mrs. Roepke.
The funeral took place at twelve o'clock today, a Lutheran minister conducting the services and internment was in the city cemetery. Geo. Wittkopp had charge of the arrangements.
GOLDBECK, HENRIRTTA (nee Hartmann)
THE SHEBOYGAN COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, July 12, 1911, page 11
Death has again claimed an old resident of Mitchell,
Mrs. Henrietta Goldbeck, who was born in Germany, Mch. 8, 1823 She came to this county in 1857 where she resided till death due to old age claimed her at the home of her son Herman in the town of Mitchell on July 1. The funeral services were held in this city at the Lutheran church July 5, with interment in the city cemetery. She is survived by four children viz: Herman on the old homestead, William of Greenbush, Louis of Sheboygan and Mrs. Roepke of Mitchell.
THE SHEBOYGAN PRESS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1937. OBITUARY, PAGE 8.
HERMAN GOLDBECK DIES AT PLYMOUTH HOSPITAL TUESDAY.
Plymouth.-Herman Goldbeck, aged 81, died Tuesday morning at 10:45 o'clock at
the Plymouth hospital.
Mr. Goldbeck was born August 14, 1846, in Germany and in 1857, came here with
his parents, Carl and Henrietta Goldbeck. His first marriage was to Miss Mary
Werner and she preceded him in death 26 years ago. Later he was united in marriage
to Mrs. Mary Keppler, and she passed away in 1935. Before Mr. Goldbeck retired 18 years ago, he operated a farm in the Town of Mitchell, and upon his retirement moved to Plymouth.
He is survived by one brother, William Goldbeck of Greenbush, and one sister,
Mrs. Carl Roepke of Plymouth.
Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Wittkopp
Funeral home in Plymouth, and at 2 o'clock at St. Johns Lutheran Church. The Rev.
Martin Schmidt will officiate and burial will be made in Union Cemetery. Relatives
and friends may view the body from Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock until time of
services on Friday.
RACINE TIMES-CALL, FRIDAY JANUARY 27, 1928
Louis Goldbeck, 65 years old of Route 4, box 217 died Thursday afternoon at St.
Lukes Hospital. Mr. Goldbeck is survived by his wife Minnie, 4 sons, Ervin, Paul, Arthur and Clarence, one daughter Hazel, all of Racine. Two brothers Herman Goldbeck and William Goldbeck, one sister Mrs. Bertha Ripkey of Plymouth. He was employed by the Chicago and North Shore Railway as a gate tender for many years. The body was taken to the Bayerman Funeral Chapel where services will be held Monday at 2 P.M. with Rev. W.A. Lembke of the First Ev. Church of Park Avenue in charge. Burial will be made in Graceland Cemetery. Friends may view the body Saturday night, Sunday afternoon and Monday until the time of the funeral at the Chapel.
Sheboygan Press, Sheboygan, WI. Saturday, January 28, 1928, Page 2
Brother Of County Resident Dies At Racine Thursday.
Louis Goldbeck, brother of Mrs. Bertha Ripkey of Plymouth, died in a hospital at Racine Thursday, at the age of 65. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock .Monday afternoon with burial at Graceland cemetery, Racine, according to a dispatch from that city.
Mr. Goldbeck, for many years prior to his death, had been employed as gate tender for the Chicago and North Shore line. Besides the sister in Plymouth the survivors are the widow, four sons, one daughter, and two brothers.
GOLDBECK, LOUIS M.
The Journal Times, Racine, Wisconsin, Sunday, September 17, 2006, page 14A
Louis M. Goldbeck
BURLINGTON - Louis M. Goldbeck, 63, passed away Friday, September 15,
2006, at Mt. Carmel Medical & Rehabilitation Center in Burlington.
Funeral Services will be held on Monday, September 18, 2006, at 12 noon at Schuette-Daniels Funeral Home. Burial will follow at the Burlington Cemetery. Relatives and friends may meet with the family at the funeral home on Monday from 11 a.m. until the time of service. In lieu of flowers memorials to the family would be appreciated.
SCHUETTE-DANIELS FUNERAL HOME
625 South Browns Lake Drive Burlington 262-763-3434
GOLDBECK, LOUISE (nee Hartman)
Sheboygan Press, Sheboygan, WI., Wednesday, March 15, 1933, page 2
Mrs. Goldbeck Of Plymouth Dies After An Illness
Mrs. Carl Goldbeck, aged 34, Plymouth resident, died at noon Tuesday at St. Nicholas hospital, after having been in ill health for the past two months.
Mrs. Goldbeck, nee Louise Hartman was born in Town Sheboygan, August 1, 1898, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hartman. Her marriage to Carl Goldbeck took place in August, 1930, since which time the couple lived in Plymouth.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Goldbeck is survived by her father, William Hartman; two sisters, Mannie and Anna and two brothers, Alfred and Bruno Hartman, all of Sheboygan
The remains have been taken to Nickel's Funeral Home, N. Twelfth street and Superior avenue, where they can be viewed. Private funeral services will be held there Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, followed by public services at 2 o'clock at Grace Reformed church, Kohler. The Rev. E. A. Matter-henry will officiate and burial will be made in Wildwood cemetery.
GOLDBECK, MARGARETHA KEPLER (nee Kobel)
THE SHEBOYGAN PRESS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1935. OBITUARY. PAGE 14.
MRS. GOLDBECK OF PLYMOUTH PASSES AWAY ON MONDAY.
Plymouth.- Mrs. Margaretha Goldbeck passed away at midnight Monday at her home, 1012 Kinsington avenue. She was born in the town of Rhine, Dec. 19, 1863, the daughter of Peter and Catherine Koebel. She was married there to John Keppler, who passed away in 1910.
On October 28, 1913, she was married to Herman Goldbeck and the couple moved to this city in 1919.
The funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from
the Wittkopp Funeral Home,.and at 2 o'clock from St. Johns Lutheran Church. 'The Rev. Martin Scmidt will officiate and burial will be in Maple Grove cemetery.
The remains may be viewed from 2 p.m., Wednesday, until the time of the
Survivors are the husband, a daughter, Mrs. Herman Gottschalk, of Milwaukee;
a son. Dr. Edward Keppler; one grandchild, two sisters, Mrs. Anna Scheibe of
Plymouth and Mrs. Lena Mantz of Gary, Ind.
GOLDBECK, MARIE (nee Woerner)
The Daily Press, Thursday, May 12, 1910, page 1, Sheboygan, WI
WAS IT SUICIDE?
Mrs. Marie Goldbeck of the town of Mitchell died from the effects of taking carbolic acid Monday evening but whether accidental or with suicidal intent will never be known.
At the time of the taking of the fatal dose she was alone in the house with her mother-in-law Mrs. Goldbeck. According to the story told by the senior Mrs. Goldbeck, her son's wife went up stairs to lie down. A little before noon the mother called but received no answer and being unable to go up stairs she awaited the arrival of the hired man some hours later. Going into the room of young Mrs. Goldbeck she was discovered lying on the bed her body cold. A physician was summoned but she was beyond the need for medical attention. Mrs. Goldbeck's maiden name was Marie Woerner and she was born in the town of Plymouth. A husband survives.
GOLDBECK, PAUL E. SR
RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1978. Obituary
GOLDBECK, SR., PAUL E.
925 Lockwood Ave.
Passed away Friday, February 3, 1978, in St. Luke's Memorial Hospital at the age of 70. Mr. Goldbeck was born in Sheboygan, Wis. on May 13, 1907, but had been a resident of Racine for over 50 years. On November 11, 1949, in Racine, he was united in marriage to the former Dorothy Helkowitz. Mr. Goldbeck had served with the U.S. Coast Guard. He had been employed by Knox Motor Service, Inc. for over 12 years until his retirement in 1965 due to ill health. He was a member of the Teamsters Local 43. Surviving are his wife Dorothy; four sons and two daughters-in-law, Ronald Polzin, Bernard and Shirley Polzin, Paul and Mary Goldbeck, Jr., Norman Goldbeck; four daughters and two sons-in-law, Darlene and John Miller, Sr., Paula and Sava Alecos, Carol Goldbeck, Denise Goldbeck; ten grandchildren, all of Racine; one brother Clarence Goldbeck of Burlington; one sister and brother-in-law. Hazel and Harry Hendrickson of Racine; nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Funeral Services will be held on Monday, February 6, at 1:30 p.m. in the Draeger Funeral Home. Burial will be in West Lawn Memorial Park. Visitation will be today, (Sunday), from 4:30 until 9:00 p.m. at the Draeger Funeral Home, 1910 Taylor Ave.
GOLDBECK, ROSE (nee Bauman)
SHEBOYGAN PRESS. MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1932. OBITUARY. PAGE 2.
MRS. ROSE GOLDBECK DIES AT HOME NORTH OF PLYMOUTH.
Plymouth, Wis.-Mrs. Rose Goldbeck, age 62, passed away at 2:30 p.m. Sunday
at her farm home, known as the Titel farm and located a short distance north of
She was born July 8, 1870, in the town of Plymouth and in 1889 was united
in marriage to William Goldbeck. The couple lived in the town of Wilson for about
eight years, then in the town of Greenbush, moving on the Alfred Titel farm two
She is survived by the husband, the following named children; Mrs. Hilda Foth
of the town of Greenbush, Miss Nelda of Chicago, III., Miss Clara at home;
three brothers, Anton Bauman of the town Lyndon; Alfred Bauman of the town Plymouth and Albert Bauman of Elkhart Lake, and seven sisters, Mrs. Pauline Kath of Sturgeon Bay, Wis; Mrs. Minnie Saudle of Kiel, Mrs. Emma Matzdorf of Sheboygan, Mrs. Louise Hiller, Mrs. Augusta Toerte of Plymouth, Mrs. Mathilda Michaels of the town Wilson and Mrs. Margaret Gerber of the town Rhine. Five grandchildren also survive. Three sisters and one brother precede her in death.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Wittkopp Funeral
Home here and ? p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church, the Rev. Martin Schmidt
officiating. Burial will be in Bauman's private cemetery in the town Greenbush.
The body will lie in state at the Wittkopp Funeral Home where friends may view it from Tuesday afternoon up to the hour of the funeral service Wednesday afternoon.
St. Paul Pioneer Press, St. Paul, MN
Thursday, December 30, 1993
Goldbeck, Sylvia E., age 72 of Circle Pines. Wife of Edward; mother of Patricia Allen, Frank Sipple; also survived by 3 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren; brother Henry Sipple. Memorial service 1:30pm Thursday at MATTSON FUNERAL HOME, Forest Lake. Memorials preferred instead of flowers.
THE SHEBOYGAN PRESS. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1937. OBITUARY, PAGE 4.
TOWN OF GREENBUSH RESIDENT CALLED TO REST TODAY.
Plymouth.-(Special)- William Goldbeck, 79, passed away at his home in the Town
of Greenbush at 3; a.m. today after an illness of two months.
He was born Oct. 17, 1858, in Sheboygan county, the son of Carl and Henrietta
Goldbeck. On Feb 26, 49 years ago, he was married to Miss Rosa Bauman and the
couple resided on a farm in the town of Greenbush since. His wife preceded him in
death Aug. 28, 1932.
He is survived by a son, Carl of the town of Greenbush; two daughters, Mrs.
Bruno (Hilda) Foth of the town of Newton and Miss Nellie Goldbeck of Chicago; one
sister Mrs. Charles Roepke of Plymouth and 5 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Wittkopp Funeral home
here. The Rev. Martin Schmidt will officiate and burial will be made in the Bauman
cemetery. The body may be viewed at the funeral home from Thursday afternoon until
the time of services Friday.
GRAPENTINE, ANNA (nee Marks)
SHEBOYGAN PRESS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1952. OBITUARY, PAGE 12.
MRS. ANNA GRAPENTINE.
Mrs. Anna Grapentine, 89, passed away this morning at the St. Nicholas Hospital
following a lengthy illness. She had made her home with her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grapentine, Route 2, Sheboygan, N. 40th Street.
Born March 30, 1863, in Manitowoc County, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig
Marx, she attended the rural schools and on August 6, 1882, she was married to
Michael Grapentine. For a short time they resided in Manitowoc and De Pere, and
about 50 years ago moved to Sheboygan. Her husband passed away on Feb. 25, 1939.
Survivors are the following children, Mrs. W.C. (Bertha) Dietrick and Mrs.
G.A. (Helen) Walker of Milwaukee, August of Racine, Mrs. Albert (Emma) Pantel,
Henry and Mrs. Alex (Adeline) Hoffman of Sheboygan, and Emil of Toledo, Ohio; 25
grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Ballhorn Funeral
Chapels with the Rev. Kenneth Kruger officiating, and burial will be made in
Wildwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home beginning Sunday noon.
GRAPENTINE, AUGUST J.
RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1955
GRAPENTIN, AUGUST J.
Age 62. Passed away suddenly Friday, August 5, at his residence. Mr. Grapentin
was born in Sheboygan, Wis. on Sept. 6, 1892 and had lived in Racine since 1917. A
veteran of World War I, he served in the U.S. Army. He had been employed at the George Gorton Machine Co. and was a member of local number 437. Surviving are four sisters; Mrs. William Dietrick, Mrs. G.A. Walker of Milwaukee, Mrs. Albert Pantel and Mrs. Alex Konz of Sheboygan, Wis.; two brothers Emil Grapentin of Toledo, Ohio and Henry Grapentin of Sheboygan, Wis.; nieces and nephews. His wife Florence preceded him in death May 17, 1955. Funeral services will be held Monday, 2 PM in the Strouf Funeral Home, Rev. Stanley P. Maltz officiating. Internment will be in Graceland Cemetary. Friends may call at the Strouf Funeral Home, 1001 High Street, Sunday afternoon and evening until service time Monday.
Wood County Daily Sentinel Tribune, Wood Co., Ohio
Thursday, April 3, 1975 Page 2, Col. 3
NORTHWOOD - - Emil Grapentine, 72, of 427 Venice Drive, died Tuesday night in Parkview Hospital, Toledo. He was a foreman for 13 years at the old Rossford
Ordnance Depot and lived for 38 years in northern Wood County. An army veteran of World War II, he was a member of the Maumee Valley VFW Post No.2510, Toledo.
Surviving are his wife, Pearl; three stepsons, Frank Edwards, Warren, Mich., Robert Edwards, Northwood and Vern Edwards, Toledo; one brother, Henry, Sheboygan, Wis.; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Walker, Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. Adeline Konz, Sheboygan; 15 step-grandchildren and 12-step-great-grandchildren,
The funeral will be Friday at 11 a.m. in the Rossford Funeral Home. Burial will be in Lake Township Cemetery. Friends may call a the funeral home.
GRAPENTINE, FLORENCE "FLOSSY" (nee Vincent)
RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES. WEDNESDAY MAY 18, 1955
GRAPENTIN, MRS. FLORENCE (FLOSSIE) 2220 VIRGINIA STREET, RACINE, WIS.
Age 63. Passed away Tuesday, May 17, in St. Mary's Hospital where she had been
confined since an automobile accident on May 10. Mrs. Grapentin was born in Cedar
County, Iowa on Sept. 30, 1891. She had been a resident of Racine since 1925 coming from Rock Island, Ill. She was a member of the Grange Avenue Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband, August Grapentin; one son, Leslie Sponey, Chicago, Ill.; one brother Walter Vincent, Milwaukee; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 20 2PM in the Strouf Funeral Home, 1001 High St. Rev. Stanley P. Maltz officiating. Internment will be in Graceland Cemetery. Friends may call at the Strouf Funeral Home Thursday afternoon and evening and until time of the service on Friday.
GRAPENTINE, HANNA (nee Roerdink)
Sheboygan Press, Sheboygan, WI. Wednesday, June 25, 2003, page A4
Hanna Grapentine, 87, of 2217 N. 40th St., died Tuesday morning, June 24, 2003 after a brief stay at Meadow View Manor Nursing Home.
Hanna was born March 1, 1916 in Cedar Grove to William and Grace (Dirkse) Roerdink and attended local schools.
On April 4, 1942, Hanna and Henry W. Grapentine were united in marriage' The couple resided in the Town of Sheboygan for many years. Henry preceded her in death on Feb. 20, 1978.
Hanna was a member of Fountain Park United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Women's Group, Happy Hearts and the Quilting, Group at her church. She loved spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Hanna also enjoyed reading her gardening magazines and working crossword puzzles
Hanna is survived by four daughters, Shirlyn Batt of Sheboygan, Elverda (Gary) Seehaver of Valders, Henri Ellen (Melvin) Hartman of Sheboygan and Rosanne (Edward) Bloemers of Oostburg; a brother, Audley (Arlie) Roerdink of Cedar Grove; a brother-in-law, Kenneth Pantel of Sheboygan; a sister-in-law, Eleanor Roerdink of Oostburg; grandchildren Lisa Lutzke, Sheila Batt, Mike Batt, Tony Batt, Dawn Seehaver, Diane Kaiser, Darrin Seehaver,. Duane Seehaver Aprilyn Heitzmann, Michelle Mentink and Marc Bloemars;. great-grandchildren Travis Hayley, Amanda, Aaron, Jennifer, Jacob, Natasha, Nicholas, Selena, Justin, Austin, Crystal,. Matthew,
Zachary and Isaiah; and other relatives and friends. In addition to her husband, Hanna was preceded in death by two brothers, two sisters, a granddaughter, Tammy Heitzmann, and a great-grandson, Timothy Kaiser.
Funeral Services will beheld at 11 a.m. Friday, June 27, 2003 at Fountain Park United Methodist Church. The Rev. 'Thomas White, pastor, will officiate:
A time of visitation and support will be held at the church on Thursday, June 26 from 4 until 7 p.m. and on Friday from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Burial will follow at Greenlawn Memorial Park Cemetery.
A memorial fund has been established in Hanna's name.
Hanna's family would like to thank the staff at Meadow View Manor for their excellent care and
support. It is greatly appreciated.
Hanna will always be remembered for being a friend to all who knew her.
Weep not in tears of sorrow
because I've gone away,
But weep with tears of gladness
for the peace I have today.
I know your hearts are heavy
with sorrow that you bear,
But God has called me home,
my place is ready there.
My stay on earth's completed,
my final rest is won.
I've received the richest blessing
to dwell with God's own Son.
GRAPENTINE, HENRY W.
SHEBOYGAN PRESS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1978. OBITUARY. PAGE 12
HENRY W. GRAPENTINE.
Henry W. Grapentine, 73, of 2217 N. 40th St., died Monday afternoon at
Sheboygan Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient for one day.
He was born Dec. 1, 1904, in Sheboygan, a son of Michael and Anna Grapentine.
He attended public elementary school.
On April 4, 1942, he married Hanna Roerdink, of Oostburg. The couple lived
in Sheboygan for a short time before moving to the Town of Sheboygan.
He was employed at the Larson Plywood Co. for more than 20 years, retiring
He was a member of the Fountain Park United Methodist Church.
Survivors are his wife; four daughters, Mrs. Leon (Shirlyn) Bait, Mrs. Gary
(Elverda) Seehaver, and Mrs. Melvin (Henriellen) Hartman, all of Sheboygan, and
Mrs. Edward (Rosanne) Bloemers of Oostburg; II grandchildren, and two sisters,
Mrs. Helen Walker of Milwaukee and Mrs. Adeline Konz of Sheboygan. He was
preceded in death by one granddaughter, four brothers and four sisters.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Fountain Park United
Methodist Church, with the Rev. Owen Miller, pastor, officiating. Burial will
be in Greenlawn Memorial Park.
Friends may call at the Ballhorn Funeral Chapels after 4 p.m. Wednesday and
until 11 a.m. Thursday, and at the church from 12 noon until the time of services.
THE SHEBOYGAN PRESS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1939. OBITUARY. PAGE 2.
M. GRAPENTINE PASSES AWAY HERE AFTER AN ILLNESS.
Michael Grapentine, 81, of 512 N. Water street, died at St. Nicholas hospital
this morning at 3:10 o'clock after a lingering illness. He was born in Germany,
September 29, 1857 and came to America, settling in Manitowoc in 1876.
He married Anna Marx, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Marx, Manitowoc,i 1879,
and moved to Sheboygan in 1890. Survivors are his widow, five daughters and four
sons. Mrs. Minnie Politus and August of Racine; Mrs. Bertha Dietrick and Mrs.
Helen Walker of Milwaukee, Emil of Toledo, Ohio, Frederick of Reedsburg, Mrs. Alex Hoffman, Mrs. Albert Pantel and Henry of Sheboygan; 21 grandchildren, 15 great- grandchildren. One daughter preceded him in death.
Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2: o'clock at the Robert H.
Kroos Funeral home, the Rev. T.A. Lambrecht officiating, with burial in Wildwood
cemetery. Friends may view the body from Sunday noon on.
Sheboygan Press, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 1939, page 2, Sheboygan, WI
Hold Last Rites For M. Grapentine Here On Monday
Funeral services for Michael Grapentine, who passed away at the St Nicholas hospital last Saturday morning, were held Monday at 2 p, at. at the Robert H. Kroos Funeral home, The Rev, F W. Huebner officiated and interment was made in Wildwood cemetery.
Pallbearers were Peter Reano, Peter Olson, Peter Wovers, William Liefbroer, William Mohr and Gottfried Streckert.
During the services, Mrs Walter A. Klaunter sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere", and "God Be With You", Mrs. Arthur Memhardt played the organ accompaniment.
GRAPENTINE, PEARL I. (nee Edwards)
Wood County Daily Sentinel Tribune, Wood Co., Ohio
Friday, May 9, 1980, page 2 Col. 2
Mrs. Pearl Grapentine
NORTHWOOD -- Mrsv Pearl I. Grapentine, 81, of 427 Venice Drive, died Thursday in Parkview Hospital, Toledo.
She was a six-year employee of the former Newton and Newton Office Equipment Co., retiring in 1950.
Survivors include two sons, Roberty and Frank Edwards; a sister, Mrs. Mary Hockett; a brother, A.J. Frederick.
The funeral will be Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Rossford Funeral Home.
GUNTHER, FRED J.
The Journal Times, Racine, Wis., Wednesday, Feb. 8, 1978, page 3D
GUNTHER, FRED J.
2101 Fairview Terrace
Age 96. Mr. Gunther passed away Monday, February 6, 1978, at the Westview Nursing Home. He was born in Racine on December 7, 1881 and had been a lifetime resident, On November 11, 1921 he was married to Anna C. Paulsen. Before retiring in 1960, he served as President of F.W. Gunther-Kraut Packing Co. Mr. Gunther was a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church and a fifty-year member of the Knights of Pythias. Suvivng are his wife, Anna C. of Racine; one sister and
brother-in-law, Elsie and Sam Larsen of Milwaukee; one bVother and two sisters-in-law, Royal F. and Ruth Gunther of Racine and Jennie L. Paulsen of Racine; two nephews, Fred R. Gunther and Henry A. Gunther, both of Racine; two nieces, Susanna Kasabian of Racine and Mary Degler of Madison, Wis. He was preceded in death by a brother, Henry A. Gunther. Funeral services, will be held at Hanson Funeral Home on Thursday, February 9, at 2:00 p.m., the Rev. Tony Larsen officiating. Entombment will be at the Mound Cemetery Garden Court Crypts. Friends may call this (wednesday) evening from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. and Thursday from noon untill the time of Services at HANSON FUNERAL HOME, 3014 NORTHWESTERN Avenue.
GUNTHER, ANNA (nee Paulson)
THE JOURNAL TIMES. RACINE, WIS. MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1984 Page 10B
GUNTHER, MRS. FRED. 2015 Prospect Street. Formerly of 2101 Fairview Terrace.
Age 95. Passed away on Sunday, January 8, 1984, at the Lincoln Lutheran
Home. She was born in Racine on December 5, 1889, and was a life long resident.
She was married to Fred Gunther who preceded her in death on February 6, 1978.
She was also preceded in death by her sister, Jennie Paulsen. Surviving are nieces
and nephews. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, January 10, at 10:00 a.m.
at the Hanson Funeral Home, 3014 Northwestern Ave. with Rev. Melvin Bergin
officiating. Entombment will be at Mound Cemetery Garden Court Crypts. There
will be NO Visitation. Memorials to the Lincoln Lutheran Home have been
suggested by the family.
Rice Lake Chronotype, Rice Lake , Wis. , Wed., August 9, 1950 , page 2
Andrew P. Haagensen
Funeral services for Andrew P. Haagensen, 60, well known resort and cafe operator in the upper Wisconsin arera, were held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Hyllengren funeral home with Rev. Andrew J. Boe of Superior officiating.
Mr. Haagensen died at his home Wednesday about three miles north of Rice Lake after a long illness. Burial was in Norra cemetery.
He was born July 22, 1890 , at Hamar , Norway . He had operated a resort at Eau Claire Lakes near Superior for several years before moving to Rice Lake three years ago.
He was the owner of Haagensen's Cafe and Bar on highway 53, about three miles north of the city. Surviving are his wife, Sadie, a daughter, Mrs. Joan Amos, Rice Lake , and a son, Perry, living in California.
HAAGENSEN, ANTONETTE (nee Arneson)
CHETEK ALERT, Chetek, Barron County , Wisconsin
March 18, 1955 OBITUARY
Mrs. Antonette Haagensen, daughter of Arne and Lizbeth Arneson, was born March 20, 1863 , at Hammar in Furnes Provence , Norway . There she spent her childhood and youth and when 19 married Bendik Gulbranson. He died three years later when her oldest son, George, was 18 months old and her youngest son, Alfred, was just a week old.
In 1889 she married Peder Haagensen. Seven of their children were born in Norway --Andrew, Haagen, Olena, Lena , Ole, Peder and Anna. Olena died when only nine days old.
The Haagensens sailed for America in 1903 and arrived in Dovre community in Barron County in June of that year They settled here and made their home in that community until Peder died in 1944 at the age of 87 years. The past few years Mrs. Haagensen has made her home with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. P, Haagensen on Chetek Lake.
All her life Mrs. Haagensen maintained a strong faith in God and was a faithful member and supporter of the Dovre Lutheran Church . She was its oldest member, the oldest member of the Ladies Aid Society, and was active in the Oak Grove Circle.
Death came to Mrs. Haagensen on Wednesday, March 9, 1955 , at 6:30 a.m. at a Rice Lake hospital, just 11 days short of her 92nd birthday anniversary.
She is survived by six sons, George and Alfred Bendiksen from her first marriage, and Haagen, Ole, Curtis and Bendik from her second marriage; one daughter, Anna, who resides in California ; 23 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and numerous friends and aquaintences.
Funeral services were held the afternoon of March 12 at the Dovre Lutheran Church with Rev. W.R. Huseby officiating. Internment was in the Dovre Cemetery.
Duluth News-Tribune (MN) April 9, 1996 POINTS NORTH Page: 09C OBITUARIES
Bendick Haagensen, 88, West Second Street, died Monday, April 8, 1996, in St. Mary's Medical Center.
He was born in Chetek, Wis., and lived most of his life in Duluth. He married Goldie Clute of June 18, 1930, in Carlton. He was a machinist helper for the Northern Pacific Railroad for 38 years.
His parents were Peter and Antoinette Haagensen. Four of his sons died previously: Richard on Jan. 1, 1953, in Korea; Donny in 1988; Roy on Feb. 25, 1996; and Gerald.
He is survived by his wife, Goldie; two daughters, Darlene Merritt and Renee Felver, both of Duluth; six sons, Robert and Ronald, both of Duluth; Duane of Racine, Wis., and Dennis, Daniel and Rick, all of Duluth; 32 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in Johnson Mortuary Chapel, where it will continue from noon until the 1 p.m. services Thursday. Burial will be in Oneota Cemetery.
HAAGENSEN, BERNARD CURTIS
Chetek Alert, Chetek, Barron County , Wisconsin
Bernard Curtis Haagensen, 69, of 2905 N. 22nd Street , Tacoma , Wash. , died Saturday, Feb. 17.
Mr. Haagensen was born in the Town of Dovre, Barron County , Wis. and lived in this area for 18 years. He was a brother of the late Haagen Haagensen of Chetek.
Mr. Haagensen was a retired shareholder with the Buffelen Woodworking Co., and was a member of the Lutheran Church in Superior , Wis.
Surviving are his wife Lillian E.; one son, Wayne B. Haagensen of Tacoma ; a sister, Anna Haagensen of Los Angeles , Calif. ; three brothers, Bendick and Ollie, both of Duluth , Minn. , and George of Indiana; three grand-daughters and two great-grand-children.
Funneral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 20, in the Buckley-King Mortuary Chapel, the Rev. Martin Gulhagen officiating. Internment was in the Mountain View Cemetery in Tacoma , Wash.
HAAGENSEN, BERNARD CURTIS
DULUTH NEWS-TRIBUNE, Duluth, Minnesota
Tuesday, February 20, 1973
Curtis Haagensen, a former Superiorite, died Saturday in Tacoma, Wash., where he resided. He was born in Chetek, Wis. Surviving are his wife, Lillian; a son, Wayne, Tacoma; two brothers, Ben and Ole, Duluth; a sister, Anna, in California, three
grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
HAAGENSEN, DENNIS "FESTUS"
Duluth News-Tribune (MN)
August 12, 2004
Dennis E. 'Festus' Haagensen, 57, Duluth, died Tuesday, August 10, 2004, at St. Mary's Hospice. He was born in Duluth on April 29, 1947, to Bendick and Goldie Haagensen. Dennis attended Denfeld High School and was an Army veteran of the Viet Nam War. He married Deborah Mohelski in Duluth on September 3, 1977. He worked at U.S. Steel for 10 years and later worked for over 30 years as a mail carrier with the U.S. Postal Service. Dennis was a member of NALC, branch #114 and a previous member of Moose Lodge #505. He was also an avid golfer. Dennis is preceded in death by his parents, brothers Richard, Donald and Roy. He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Deborah, daughter Heidi (Dan) Rabold, Duluth, son Nicholas (Fiance Merry Sanjoyo), Bloomington, Minn., brothers Robert (Bernice), Duluth, Ronald (Linda), Duluth, Duane (Diane), Racine, Wis., Daniel (Sandra), Duluth, Ricky, Duluth, sisters Darlene Merritt, Duluth, Renee (Donald) Felver, Duluth, grandchildren Jacob, Brooke and Joshua Rabold and many nieces and nephews. VISITATION:5-7 p.m., at the Williams-Lobermeier Funeral Home and continues from noon until the 1 pm Funeral service Friday at Williams-Lobermeier. Burial at Oneota Cemetery. Military honors accorded by the Combined Duluth Honor Guard.
DULUTH NEWS-TRIBUNE & HERALD, Duluth Minnesota
Sunday, January 1, 1984, page 7C
Donald G. Haagensen, 46, West St. Paul, formerly of Duluth, died Thursday in a St. Paul hospital. He was. born in Duluth and attended Lincoln Junior High and Denfeld High schools.He served with the U.S. Army. He worked. for the Water and. Gas Department of Duluth and was a bartender in St. Paul. Surviving are his wife, Karen M.; one son, Donald Jr. of West St. Paul; four daughters, Brenda and Tina, both of
West St. Paul, and Dawn and Shelly, both of Azusa; Calif.; his parents, Bendick and Goldie Haagensen of Duluth; seven brothers, Robert, Ronald, Rick, Dennis and Daniel, all of Duluth, Duane of Racine, Wis., and Roy in Washington; and two sisters, Darlene Merritt and Renee Felver, both of Duluth. Services will be at 1 p.m, Tuesday in the Kenneth F. Spielman Mortuary in St. Paul, with visitation from 4 until 6 p.m. Monday.
HAAGENSEN, GOLDIE (nee Clute)
Duluth News-Tribune, Duluthj MN, February 1, 2004, page 04C
GOLDIE V. HAAGENSEN
Goldie V. Haagensen, 89, Duluth, died Thursday, Jan. 29, 2004 at St. Lukes
She was born in Bemidji, Minn., on Dec. 14, 1914, to Charles and Anna Clute. In
Duluth she had worked at Jenos and the Former Gustafsons Bakery and had been a
member of the former Second Lutheran Church.
Goldie was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Bendick; and sons Richard,
Gerald, Roy, and Donald.
She is survived by sons, Robert (Bernice), Duluth; Ronald (Linda), Duluth, Duane
(Diane) Racine, Wis., Dennis (Deborah), Duluth, Daniel (Sandra), Duluth, and
Ricky, Duluth; daughters Darlene Merritt, Duluth, Renee (Donald) Felver, Duluth;
and many grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren.
VISITATION: 12 noon until the 1 p.m. funeral service Monday at
Williams-Lobermeier Funeral Home. Burial at Oneota Cemetery.
Rice Lake Chronotype, Rice Lake , Wis. , Wed, Jan. 19, 1967 page 7
Haagen Haagensen Buried Wednesday
Funeral services were held on Jan. 11 from the Dovre Lutheran church for Haagen Haagensen, 75, who died at a local hospital Jan. 8. Rev. Frank Brocker officiated and burial was in the church cemetery.
Mr. Haagensen was born Dec. 25, 1891 in Norway and came to America at the age of 11, where he settled in Dovre township. He had made his home in that area ever since.
He is survived by his wife, Inga; one son; Roy of Topeka, Kans.; five brothers, Al f r e d Bendickson of Sand Creek, George Bendickson of Marion, Ind., Curtis Haagensen of Tacoma, Wash., and Bendick and Ole Haagensen of Duluth and by one sister, Miss Anna Haagenson of Los Angeles.
HAAGENSEN, INA (nee Reiten)
OBITUARY probably Rice Lake paper May or June 1977
MRS. I. HAAGENSEN
Chetek--Mrs. Inga Haagensen, 83, died Thursday at the Barron Community Memorial Hospital , Barron.
The former Inga Reiten was born in Rice Lake and was a resident of the Chetek area most of her life. She married Haagen Haagensen. For the past three years she resided at the Knapp Haven Nursing Home, Chetek.
Surviving is a foster son, Roy, Bellview , Neb.
Services will be 3 p.m. Saturday at the Dovre Lutheran Church , with burial in the church cemetery.
Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at the Burnham Funeral Home, Chetek and at the church one hour prior to services Saturday.
HAAGENSEN, INGA (nee Reiten)
Chetek Alert, Chetek , Wis. , Thurs. June 2, 1977 Page 2
Mrs. Inga Haagensen, 83, died Thursday, May 26, at the Barron Community Memorial Hospital at Barron. She was born August 22, 1893 , in Rice Lake , Wis. , the former Inga Reiten, and was a resident of the Chetek area most of her life. She was married to Haagen Haagensen, who preceded her in death.
Surviving is a foster son, Roy, of Bellevue , Nebraska .
Funeral services were held Saturday, May 28, at 3 o'clock at the Dovre Lutheran Church , Town of Dovre , with Rev. Rudolf Schildbach officiating. Interment was made in the Dovre Church Cemetery.
HAAGENSEN, LILLIAN (nee Oesterrich)
TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE February 16, 1991 page B-4
Lillian E. Haagensen
Lilian E. Haagensen, 85, a Tacoma resident from 1956-1985, died Friday, February 15, 1991 in Centralia. Born in Superior, Wisc., she was a sales clerk at The Bon Marche, prior to retirement.
Survivors include: son, Wayne Haagensen, Centralia; grandchildren, Judy
Haagensen, Trudi Bocott, Vivian Bellamy; great grandchildren, Sean Bellamy,
Holli Bocott, Nickolette Bellamy; brother, Ben Oesterrich, Superior, Wisc.; sister,
Fern Lasczynski, Stillwater, Minn.
Services 1 p.m. Tuesday, Mt. View Garden Chapel. Arrangements by Mountain
View Funeral Home. 584-0252.
DULUTH NEWS-TRIBUNE, Duluth, Minnesota, Wednesday, October 6, 1982
Ole (Evina) Haagensen, 85, of 305 N.18 1/2 Ave. W., died Monday in Chris Jensen Nursing Home. Born in Norway, He came to Duluth at the age of five. He had retired as an employee of Diamond Tool & Horseshoe Co. and was an Army veteran of World War I. Surviving, besides his wife, are four sons, Dale Daynah and Vernon
of McGregor and Gordon of Antioc, Calif.; a daughter, Lorraine (Fred) Haesche of California; a brother, Ben of Duluth; 14 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
CHETEK ALERT, Chetek , Wis. , Friday, June 2, 1944
Peder Haagensen was born June 7, 1857 , at Vang , Norway , son of Haakon and Anne Bekkesven.
He came to America in 1903 and took up farming in the Town of Dovre , Barron county, Wisconsin , where he lived the remainderr of his life.
On Nov. 2, 1889 , he was united in marriage to Antonette Arneson at Furness church, Norway . There were 11 children. Mr. Haagensen passed away at his home May 25, 1944 , after a lingering illness due to old age, at the age of 86 years, 11 months and 18 days.
He leaves to mourn, his wife. seven sons, Andrew Haagensen of Solon Springs, Wis., Ole Haagensen and Bendick Haagensen of Duluth, Minn., Curtis Haagensen, Superior, Wis., Haagen Haagensen, Dovre; George Bendickson, Marion, Indians; and Alfred Bendicksen, Dovre; two daughters, Anna Haagensen of New York; and Lena (Mrs. Von Lynch) of Ridgeland, Wis. Two children, Peder and Oline, preceded him in death. He also leaves 21 grandchildren.
He was a member of Dovre Lutheran church.
Services were held at the home and Dovre church May 29th in charge of Rev. F. J. Swensen. Internment was in Dovre cemetery.
HAAGENSEN, PETER JR
Chetek Alert, Chetek , Wis. , Friday, July 18, 1919 . page 1
Peter Haagenson Lost His Life By Drowning.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Haagenson of the town of Dovre are heavily burdened with sorrow for the loss of their twenty year old son, Peter Haagenson Jr. who met death by drowning last Thursday evening while in bathing at Superior . He had gone into deep water and likely was taken by the current. Several companion were near, but they were unable to help him. The lifeless body was found only twenty minutes after sinking, in thirty feet of water. All efforts to revive him were unavailing. Peter was employed at the ship yards in Superior where he had gone about a year ago.
The young man was born July 25, 1899 and met death as above related on July 10, 1919 . The most of his life was spent in the town of Dovre . He was a fine boy and was well liked by everyone who knew him, To his parents he was always kind and helpful and to his friends and associates courteous at all times.
He leaves to mourn his loss his sorrowing father and mother, seven brothers and two sisters,--Andrew and Ole of Superior, Haagen, Curtiss, Bendick and Alfred Bendickson of Dovre, George Bendickson of Chicago,Lena of New Auburn and Anna, also of Dovre, all of whom were present at the funeral except George who could not reach here.
Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the Lutheran church in Dovre in charge of Rev. H. Lund, The church was filled and many were unable to get inside. Great banks and clusters of flowers Were in evidence sent by admiring friends showing the love and esteem in which he was held. Interment was made in Dovre cemetery. The S. F. A. of which Peter was a member attended the funeral in a body, and six of his comrades acted as pallbearers.
Thus another young life is snuffed out without warning. It is a severe trial for his parents, brothers and sisters. He had a host of friends from whose circle he will be greatly missed. The Sympathy of all is extended to those who mourn.
HAAGENSEN, RICHARD ALLEN
DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE Friday, January 9, 1953
Duluth Marine Killed in Korea
Pfc. Richard Allen Haagensen, Duluth marine fighting in Korea, was killed in action New Year's day, according to Word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben O. Haagensen, 2216 West Second street.
A gunner with the First Marine division, he would have been 19 next Feb. 12.
He was born in Duluth a n d attended Lincoln junior high school, enlisting in the corps Aug. 1, 195. He arrived in Korea last August after training ,at San Diego, Calif.,
Surviving, besides his parents, are seven, brothers, Robert B., U. S. air force, San Bernadino, Calif., Roy, with the air force at Bangor, Maine, and Ronald, Donald, Duane, Dennis and Daniel, all of Duluth, two Sisters, Darlene and Rene, of Duluth; :his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Antoinette Haagensen; Chetek, Wis., and his maternal grandmother; Mrs.. Anna Clute,. Bemidji.
HAAGENSEN, RICHARD ALLEN
Duluth Herald, Friday, Feb 27, 1953 Duluth, Minnesota
Pfc. Richard A. Haagensen
The body of Pfc. Richard A. Haagensen, 18, Duluth marine who was killed last New Year's day in Korea, will arrive in Duluth at noon Monday.
Military funeral services will be conducted at 2 p. m. Wednesday in Johnson Mortuary chapel and burial will be at Soldier's Rest, Oneota cemetery. The Rev. Wayne Gehman will officiate.
The 16th Special Infantry, Duluth Marine corps reserves, Maj. H. G. Bowes, commander, will perform the military rites.
Pfc. Haagensen is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bendick Haagensen, 2216 West Second street, seven brothers, Robert, U. S. Air Force, Korea, Roy, U. S. Air. Force, Bangor, Maine, and. Ronald,. Donald, Duane, Dennis and Daniel, Duluth: two sisters, Darlene and Renee, Duluth; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Antoinette
Haagensen, Chetek, Wis., and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Anna Clute, Bemidji.
He was a machinegunner with the Seventh regiment of the First Marine Division. He enlisted Aug. 1, 1951, and arrived in Korea in ugust, 1952.
Haagensen was a native Duluthian attending Duluth grade schools and Lincoln junior high school.
HAAGENSEN, ROY D.
Duluth News-Tribune Duluth, MN. February 28, 1996 POINTS NORTH Page: 07B: OBITUARIES
Roy D. Haagensen, 61, Bellevue, Neb., died Sunday, Feb. 25, 1996, in Bellevue.
He was born in Duluth and attended schools in Chetek, Wis. He retired from the Air Force. He was a member of VFW Post 2280.
He is survived by his wife, Marylynn; a daughter, Pamela Green of Bellevue; two sons, Tony and Don, both of Bellevue; his parents, Goldie and Bendick Haagensen of Duluth; six brothers, Duane of Racine, Wis., and Bob, Ron, Dennis, Danny and Ricky, all of Duluth; two sisters, Darlene Merritt and Renee Felver, both of Duluth; three granddaughters; and a great-grandson.
Services were held Tuesday in Bellevue Memorial Chapel. Burial was in Bellevue Cemetery. Memorials preferred to the Bellevue Rescue Squad.
HAAGENSEN, SADIE (nee Berg)
Probably Rice Lake Chronotype April 1986
A memorial serevice was conducted today (Wednesday) by Rev. Chester Blake at Jarocki Funeral Home in Rice Lake for Sadie Haagensen, 93, of Richmond, Va., formerly of Rice Lake, who died April 9 at Richmond. Cremation was held and burial was made in Nora Cemetery at Rice Lake .
The former Sadie Berg was born Sept. 14, 1892 at Superior . On Sept 24, 1923 she married Andrew Haagensen at Hibbing , Minn. They built and operated Haagensen's Resort on the Eau Claire chain of lakes in northern Wisconsin for a number of years. After selling the resort and taking an extended trip to Norway , they returned to Wisconsin and bought Laddie Snobl's tavern north of Rice Lake . They changed the name of the tavern to Haagensen's Nightclub and operated it until his death in August 1950. She moved to Richmond , Va. , in 1964.
She is survived by one daughter JoAnn Blanchard of Richmond , Va. ; and one son, Perry of San Lorenzo, Calif.
HAAGENSEN, VERNON G.
VERNON G. HAAGENSEN
Duluth News-Tribune, Duluth, Minnesota, page 6B, July 12, 2001
Vernon G. Haagensen , 78, of McGregor died Tuesday, July 10, 2001, in his home. He was born Dec. 9, 1922, in Superior.
Visitation: 6-8 p.m. Friday in McGregor Funeral Home, McGregor. Visitation continues from 10 until the 11 a.m. service Saturday in United Methodist Church, McGregor, Jim Esala officiating. Burial in Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery, Little Falls. Arrangements by McGregor Funeral Home, McGregor.
HAESE, RANATA (nee Schaefer)
Herald Times Reporter, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 1976, Page 3, Manitowoc, WI
Mrs. Harold (Ranata) Haese, 70, of Rt.. 2. Reedsville. died Monday at Memorial Hospital,
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Zion United Methodist Church, Reedsville. The Rev. Dale Kelm will officiate with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Reedsville.
Mrs. Haese, nee Ranata Schaefer, was born March 30, 1906, at Collins. daughter of the late John Schaefer and Mrs. Louisa Schneider Schaefer. She was married to Harold Haese June 6, 1933, at Collins.
Survivors include her husband; her mother, Mrs.Louisa Schaefer, of rural Reedsville and a sister, Mrs. Arthur Verona Krueger, of Brillion, Her father, a brother and a sister preceded her in death.
Friends may call at Reedsville Funeral Home 4 to 9 p.m. Thursday and from noon until the time of the service Friday at the church.
The Daily Tribune, Wisconsin Rapids, WI - October 12, 2006
Alvin George Haferman
God has called home his faithful servant, Alvin George Haferman, to his loving arms. Alvin, 86, 161 19th Ave. S., Wisconsin Rapids, died Monday evening, Oct. 9, 2006, at Riverview Hospital.
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Wisconsin Rapids. Pastors Carl Schroeder and Martin Baur will officiate. Burial will be in Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery.
Alvin was born in Wisconsin Rapids on Feb. 10, 1920, to Frank and Lena (Reber) Haferman. He married Edna M. Johnson on May 20, 1945, at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Wisconsin Rapids.
He was employed as an industrial engineer at Consolidated Papers Inc. and retired in February of 1982 after 43 years of service.
He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II in the Aleutian Islands and Alaska from 1941 to 1945.
He was a member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, where he sang in the choir for 61 years and served as congregation president, financial secretary, chairman of Evangelism, chairman of Stewardship, elder, president of the PTC, president of the Lutheran Pioneers and a visitor on the new members committee. He also served on the Western Wisconsin District Stewardship Board of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) and the WELS Coordinating Council, was Lutherans for Life NCC treasurer, and was on the special ministries board for the Committee on Service to the Aging. He helped with the Riverview Hospital family screening program, was a member of the Heart Club, and delivered meals to homes through the Senior Center program.
Survivors include his wife, Edna; three sons, James (Nancy) of West Bend, Alan (Karen) of Wisconsin Rapids and Lyle (Cynthia) of Brookfield; three daughters, Faith Haferman of Waukegan, Ill., Hope (Steve) Wolf of Spokane, Wash., and Dawn (Tim) Wolf of Wisconsin Rapids; 17 grandchildren; four great-grandsons; two brothers, Leslie (Shirley) of New Berlin and Edward (Yvonne) of Wisconsin Rapids; one sister, Irma Haferman of Wisconsin Rapids; sister-in-law, Joyce Haferman of Onalaska; and brother-in-law, Thomas Ruesch of Altdorf.
He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Herbert; and three sisters, Irene, Viola and Edith.
Friends may call at Taylor, Vollert and Jennings Funeral Home in Wisconsin Rapids from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and at the church on Saturday from 12:30 p.m. until the time of services.
Memorials may be designated in his name to St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church Building Fund or a charity of your choice.
HARLOW, ANNA P (nee Hansen)
Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, Jan. 17, 1952
Anna Petrina Hansen, daughter of Christen and Marie Hansen, was born May 3, 1881, in Frederickshaver , Denmark . She departed from this life on Jan. 7, 1952, at the age of 70 years, 8 months and 4 days. In 1890 she came with her parents to America , settling near Tescott , Kan. Later the family lived on farms north of Lincoln and near Denmark , Kan.
On Feb. 25, 1903, she was united in marriage with Elbert James Harlow. To this union was born six children, Esther, who died at the age of one year; Laverna of Canon City, Colo.; Julia of Freeley, Colo. ; Wendell of Barnard, Kan. ; Quintin of Lincoln, Kan.; Oda of Ft. Scott, Kan. Besides these children she is survived by eight grandchildren, two sisters and one brother, three half-sisters and two half-brothers. Many other relatives and friends mourn their loss. Three sisters and two brothers preceded her in death. Her husband passed away Nov. 22, 1942.
Services were held at the Ash Grove Methodist church on Wednesday, Jan. 9, with Rev. C.L. Herman in charge, assisted by Rev. Victor Petersen. Burial was in the Spillman cemetery.
Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Nov. 22, 1990
Bernidia Ann Lynch Harlow, the daughter of the late Clifford and Thelma Lynch, was born Dec. 15, 1939, in Beloit , and died on Nov. 8, 1990, at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth , Texas .
Bernidia grew up and attended Beloit schools. She was married to Robert Harlow of Lincoln and moved to California , and four children were born to this union.
Bernidia was a U.S. Postal employee in the San Francisco area.
She moved to Fort Worth , Texas , two years ago to make her home.
Survivors include her four children: Clifford Harlow and wife Kim, Arbuckle, Calif., Linda Harlow, San Diego, Calif., Betty Harlow, San Francisco, and Quintin Harlow, San Francisco; two grandchildren; two sisters Theola McGahuey, Boise, Idaho, and Bernadean Woodley, Gilbert, Iowa.
She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother, Wilbert Lynch.
Graveside services were held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 1990, with the Rev. John Grummon officiating at the Pleasant View Cemetery .
HARLOW, DUSTIE RENEA
Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, April 1, 1993
Dustie Renae Harlow
Dustie Renae Harlow, the infant daughter of Dawn Esterl and Ray Harlow of Lincoln , was stillborn Wednesday, March 24, 1993, at the Asbury-Salina Regional Medical Center.
Survivors besides her parents include her grandparents, Sandra Ward of Blackburn, Mo., Richard Esterl of Salina, Violet Davis of Lincoln, and Quentin Harlow of Tucumcari, N.M.; and her great-grandparents, Hazel Jones of Lincoln and Ruth Esterl of Salina.
The service was held Saturday, March 27, 1993, in the Lincoln Cemetery .
HARLOW, ERNEST DAVID
Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, May 24, 1951
Ernest David Harlow
Ernest David Harlow, youngest son of William and Rachel Harlow, was born in Miami county, Kan. , Dec. 24, 1884, and departed this life May 12, 1951, at Asbury hospital in Salina at the age of 66 years, 5 months and 18 days. Father, mother and five brothers preceded him in death.
On Jan. 10, 1929, he was united in marriage to May Harlow of Lincoln , Kan. Mrs. Harlow preceded him in death by 16 days on April 26, 1951.
In the fall of 198 Mr. Harlow and his father left the home there at Pottersburg and moved to Lincoln where Mr. Harlow took the office of Clerk of the District Court of Lincoln county in January 1919. He held this office for 32 consecutive years until his death. He loved his work at the courthouse and all the people with whom he worked.
Mr. Harlow was a member of the Lincoln Methodist church and attended services there as long as it was possible.
When a small boy Ernest received an injury which caused him to be a cripple the remainder of his life. As he grew older it became harder for him to get around to his work but he was determined never to give up. During his recent hospitalization and Mrs. Harlow’s illness and death, his load became quite heavy and when more complications arose the load become too great for him to overcome.
His life and influence has been a benediction to the community. His great principle was right and truth first in all things. It has been said of him he was a man with a “million collar personality. He possessed the happiest disposition, always looking on the bright side, always willing and ready to lend a helping hand to someone in need.
Mr. Harlow was a devoted husband, loved by all his relatives and friends and a good neighbor.
He leaves to mourn his passing no immediate family but many relatives and a host of friends.
[Buried in Spillman Cemetery .]
[From the Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, May 17, 1951: Mr. Harlow had seemed to be recovering from the broken leg which he sustained on April 8, but he took a turn for the worse early in the week, and the end came a few days later, thus he followed Mrs. Harlow in death by two weeks and one day.]
HARLOW, LETA V.
Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, April 20, 1995
Leta Virginia Harlow, 83, Barnard, died Tuesday, April 11, 1995, at the Lincoln County Hospital , Lincoln.
She was born to Jacob John and Olie (Daughterty) Geering on March 5, 1912, on a farm south of Ash Grove. She was a lifelong resident of Lincoln County . She attended Fort Hays State University for two years and received her teaching credentials which enabled her to enjoy several years of teaching children, first at Ash Grove then Alamead finally at Vesper.
On July 28, 1946, Leta was united in marriage to Wendell Holmes Harlow at the home of her parents. This close and happy union was blessed with two sons. They lived on a farm west of Barnard for many years before moving into town in 1976.
Leta will be remembered as a friendly and people-loving person. She loved taking care of her family and immensely enjoyed having her grandchildren around. Working in her flower garden and caring for her home brought her much pleasure in life.
She was a member of the United Methodist Church , the United Methodist Women, and the Scott Lassie EHU, all of Barnard.
She was preceded in death by her parents and three brothers, Dennis, Buford and Nathan Geering.
Those who mourn her passing and celebrate her life are her husband, Wendell of the home; two sons, John and wife Jackie, Hutchinson, and Jim and wife Betty, Barnard; one brother, Donald Geering, Clinton Township , Mich . ; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Friday, April 14, 1995, at the United Methodist Church , Barnard. Burial followed at Milo Cemetery , Barnard.
HARLOW, MAY (nee Weians)
Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, May 3, 1951
May Youarkee Weians, daughter of Philip A. and Lavina I. Weians, was born in Burning Springs, W. Va., May 1, 1875, and departed this life April 26, 1951, at the age of 75 years, 11 months and 26 days.
She came to Kansas with her parents in June 1878 and settled on a farm northeast of Sylvan Grove.
On Oct. 2, 1898, she was united in marriage to Orson T. Harlow of Pottersburg, Kan., after which they moved to their farm near Ash Grove, Kan. Orson T. Harlow departed this life on March 16, 1918, leaving her alone. In 1919 she moved form the farm to her home in Lincoln , Kan. On Jan. 10, 1920, she was united in marriage to Ernest D. Harlow, clerk of the district court of Lincoln county. They built a new home on School street in 1921 and have resided there until the present time.
Mrs. Harlow has been a church member since a very small girl and has been very active in church work in all communities in which she resided. She was a member of the Lincoln Methodist church and through the years gave of her time and talent to the Sunday school, the Women’s society, and other departments of the work of the church.
In 1948, Mrs. Harlow underwent surgery in Ellsworth hospital and in 1949 she was afflicted with an ailment of which she never recovered. In her last ailment, she was tenderly cared for by a niece, Mrs. Sara McAlavey of Lincoln . John Weians, a brother, has made his home with them for the past two years, assisting her with her work and helping in the final care of Mrs. Harlow.
She leaves to mourn her departure, her devoted husband, E.D. Harlow, now is Asbury hospital, two brothers, John Weians of the home, S.N. Weians, Chicago; two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Skiles, Lincoln; Mrs. Della Harlow, Lucas. Eleven nieces, seven nephews and many other relatives, neighbors and friends.
Her love, her kindness, our sweet memory of May shall linger on like the fragrance of the flowers, until we meet with her again in our Father’s house.
Funeral services were conducted in the Lincoln Methodist church Sunday by the Rev. B.A. Lovelady, with burial in the Spillman cemetery.
[From the Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, May 3, 1951: Mrs. Harlow had been confined to her home for the greater part of the last two years. The nature of her illness was such that it was difficult for her to get around and during much of the time she was confined to a wheelchair. However, she was able to do a part of her house work until the past couple of months, when she was forced to go to bed.
Mr. Harlow, who has been a faithful servant of the county for many years, fell in the home several weeks ago and broke his leg. At present he is in Asbury hospital where his many friends are [can’t read] opportunity to visit him.]
HARLOW, ORSON T.
Lincoln Sentinel, Thursday, March 28, 1918
Orson T. Harlow
Orson T. Harlow was born March 2, 1870, at Elgin , Ill. With his parents he moved to Kansas March 2, 1876, and settled near Pottersburg, where his father still resides. At the age of about 16 years he began teaching school in a dugout near his home, teaching for 13 years, a large number of friends here being his former pupils.
Oct. 2, 1898, he was united in marriage with Miss May Weians, moving at once to the farm where he resided until his death. Mr. Harlow took suddenly ill March 9, and died March 16.
This community was shocked by his sudden death. Just a week before he became sick on his way home from Ash Grove. Dr. Sutton of Lincoln and Dr. Shelksohn of Sylvan Grove were called and decided it was appendicitis. Mr. Harlow was taken to the Lincoln sanitarium on Monday evening and was operated upon Tuesday afternoon. He seemed to be getting better when complications set in, causing his death Saturday.
Besides his loving wife he leaves to mourn him his father, W.H. Harlow, and two brothers, Elbert and Ernest of Pottersburg, and another brother, O.W. Harlow of Lucas , Kan. , and a host of loving friends. Mr. Harlow was one of our prosperous and highly respected farmers. He had been an active officer of the Yorktown Telephone Co. and was one of the Ash Grove Townsite company officers. It was his wish that his wife hold his townsite stock and do all in her power to make Ash Grove a good town.
The funeral was conducted at the home Monday, Rev. Knox officiating. Interment was in Spillman Cemetery . Ninety-one autos were in the procession and many said it was the largest funeral held in this vicinity.
HARLOW, QUINTIN R.
Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, January 6, 1994
Quintin R. Harlow , 80, Tucumcari , N.M. , died Sunday, Dec. 26, 1993, at the Trigg Memorial Hospital in Tucumcari following a brief illness.
Mr. Harlow was born May 26, 1913, to James and Anna (Hansen) Harlow at Vesper in the Pottersburg community. He worked for many years for Wessell Truck Line of Bennington . He retired from Broce Construction Co., and made his home in Tucumcari
.He was a member of the Center Street United Methodist Church , Tucumcari.He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, one granddaughter and one greatgrandson.
Survivors include his wife, Helen, Tucumcari; three sons, Bob Harlow , San Mateo, Calif .; Ray Harlow, Lincoln; and Bill Harlow, Lucas; two daughters, Ethel Zachgo and Marjorie McGee, Lincoln; five stepsons; a brother, Wendell Harlow, Barnard; a sister, Oda Keeney, Fort Scott; 14 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; many step-grandchildren; nephews; relatives and friends.
The funeral was Wednesday, Dec. 29, 1993, at the Dunn Funeral Home in Tucumcari . Burial was in the Tucumcari Memorial Park Cemetery.
HARLOW, RACHEL (nee Wortman)
Lincoln Sentinel, Thursday, September 2, 1915
Rachel Wardman was born in Barrington , Cook county, Ill. , Dec. 12, 1846.
On Dec. [can’t read], 1868, she was united in marriage to W.H. Harlow. In Feb. [can’t read] they started for Kansas and reached Lincoln county and settled on the farm March 1st of the same spring, where they have lived continuously during this time. They were among the first settlers and they endured many of the hardships to which the early settlers were subjected. Laboring together they have built themselves a home where they lived contented and happy lives. God blessed them with six boys but he recalled one in infancy and Frank, a young man of 17.
Mrs. Harlow was successful in raising four splendid boys who rise up to call her blessed.
Mrs. Harlow leaves to mourn her loss a loving husband, four sons, also two sisters and one brother.
While yet a young woman, Mrs. Harlow gave her life to Christ and became a member of the Baptist church and remained a member of this faith until a few years ago when she and her husband placed their letters with Pottersburg church. Her life and influence has been a benediction to this community. Her great principal was right and truth first in all things.
She has been a leader in Christian work and her influence will live on to eternity.
Since Feb. 1 she has been confined to her bed and bore intense suffering with patience and always had a pleasant greeting for everyone who came.
Sunday morning Aug. 29, 1915, she passed to her reward, at the age of 68 years, 8 months and 17 days.
Funeral services were conducted at the Pottersburg church, Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock and were in charge of Rev. Wallace of Vesper, Kan., and Rev. W.H. Zook, her pastor.
The remains were laid to rest in the Pottersburg cemetery.
HARLOW, WENDELL H.
Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, March 13, 1997
Wendell H. Harlow
Wendell H. Harlow, 87, Barnard, died Friday, March 7, 1997, at Lincoln County Long Term Care, Lincoln.
He was born Dec. 15, 1909, the son of Elbert James and Anna Petrina (Hansen) Harlow, on a farm near Pottersburg. He was a lifelong resident of Lincoln County and attended school at Pottersburg Grade School . He then started farming with his father and working for others in the Pottersburg and Ash Grove area. In 1942 he moved to a farm west of Barnard.
On July 28, 1946, he married Leta Virginia Geering. The couple were blessed with two sons. They farmed west of Barnard until moving to town in 1976. He continued to help at the farm and did carpentry work in the community.
He was a member of the Barnard United Methodist Church and Lincoln County Historical Society. He served on the Scott Township Board and Lincoln County Farm Bureau Board.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife Leta on April 11, 1995; a brother Quintin Harlow; and three sisters, Esther Harlow, Laverna Walker and Julia Mills
Survivors include two sons, Jim Harlow and his wife Betty, Barnard, and John Harlow and his wife Jackie, Great Bend ; a sister, Oda Keeney, Fort Scott ; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday, March 10, 1997, at Barnard United Methodist Church . Burial was in Milo Cemetery.
HARLOW, WILLIAM HENRY
Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, July 5, 1928
William Henry Harlow
William Henry Harlow was born near Malone , N.Y. , Jan. 7, 1841. At the age of 12 years he removed with his parents to Illinois , settling near Elgin , where he grew to manhood. At the beginning of the Civil War he enlisted, becoming a soldier in Company I, 52nd Illinois Infantry, serving for three years and nine months. He was with the forces under the command of General Sherman, and participated with his regiment, in Sherman ’s march to the Sea. At the close of the war he returned to Illinois and engaged in farming.
Dec. 24, 1868, he was united in marriage to Rachel Wortman. This union was blessed in the birth of six sons, three of whom preceded him to the great beyond: Orson Truman, Frank Wesley and one dying in infancy.
He came with his family to Kansas in 1876. He purchased homestead rights on the farm in Grant township, where he resided at the time of his death, settling on the same, March 2, 1876. His residence on this farm had been continuous except for 1½ years which, together with his family, he spent in Miami county, Kan.
He became a Christian, and united with the Baptist church, during the years of his boyhood, his wife being identified with the same church. Both were loyal to the church of their early life, and remained so until sometime after the building of the Pottersburg M.E. Church, which was erected in 1910, when they became members of that church. Later he transferred his membership to the Methodist Church at Lincoln , and on April 8, 1923, he became, by transfer, a member of the Ash Grove Methodist Protestant church.
His beloved companion passed from this life Aug. 29, 1915.
A little after the noon hour on Thursday, June 28, he passed to his eternal home. He leaves to mourn his going, one sister, Mrs. Amos Wortman of Sheridan , Ill. ; three sons, O.V. of Lucas, E.J. of Vesper, E.D. of Lincoln; six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and other relatives and friends.
The funeral services were held from his home near Ash Grove , Kan. , Saturday, June 30, 1928. Burial in Pottersburg Cemetery.
HAWLEY, WILLIAM H.
Penn Yann Democrat, Penn Yan, Yates County, New York
Friday, October 20, 1933
Dr. William H. Hawley, 83, for many years a physician in Penn Yan, with offices in Wagener St., died at St. Cloud, Florida, on Sunday, Oct. 15th. The remains will be creamated and possibly may be brought to Penn Yan for burial.
HAWLEY, DEZIRA ANN (nee Wortman)
PENN YAN DEMOCRAT, Penn Yan, Yates County, New York
Friday, December 26, 1924
HAWLEY---At the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital, Tuesday, December 23, Mrs. Anna Hawley, of Penn Yan, aged 81 years.
Mrs. Hawley leaves one daughter, Mrs. Howard Sprague, and one sister, Mrs. James Sprague, both of Penn Yan; and a step[son, Dr. Wm. H. Hawley, of Penn Yan. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Sprague, on Liberty St., Rev. W.H. Wheatly officiating. Internment in Lake View cemetery.
HAWLEY, CAROLINE E. Mrs.
ENN YAN DEMOCRAT, Penn Yan, Yates County, New York
March 17, 1911
HAWLEY.--In Dundee, March 9, 1911, Mrs. William Hawley, Sen., aged 87 years, She had suffered several paralytic strokes, and for six months had been bedridden at the home of her son, Dr. William Hawley, Jr. Burial in Phelps.
Sheboygan Press, Sheboygan, WI, Friday, Aug 29, 1969, Page 2
EDMUND W. HEINCKE
Edmund W. Heincke, 54, a Town of Plymouth dairy farmer, died at Rocky Knoll early this morning after a lengthy illness.
Born April 3, 1915 in Town of Plymouth, a son of the late Mr.and Mrs. Carl Heincke, he attended district schools and St. John's Lutheran School, Plymouth.
He was married to the former Lucille Foth in Plymouth on Sept. 6, 1947. The couple lived and farmed in Town. of Plymouth since their marriage.
He was a member of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Plymouth, and a veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife; one daughter, Joyce, at home; one brother, Arno, Plymouth; and two sisters, Mrs. Ernst Abraham of Plymouth and Mrs. Carroll Hicken of Town of Scott.
Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Monday at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Plymouth, the Rev. Robert Bernhardt, associate pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Plymouth Woodlawn Cemetery.
Friends may call at Wittkopp Funeral Home from 2 p.m. Sunday until 11 a.m. Monday and at the church from noon until time of services.
HEINCKE, LUCILLE M.(nee Foth)
Sheboygan Press, Sheboygan, Wis., Tuesday, Dec 12, 1978 Page 10
Lucille M. Heincke
Mrs. Lucille M. Heincke, 59, of Route 2, Plymouth, died Monday evening at Sheboygan Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness.
She was born Sept. 13, 1919, in the Town of Greenbush, a daughter of Bruno and Hilda Goldbeck Foth, She attended the German Corner School.
On Sept. 6, 1947, she was married to Edmund W. Heincke at St. John Lutheran Church, Plymouth. The couple farmed in the Town of Plymouth. Her husband died Aug. 29, 1969.
For the past eight months, Mrs. Heincke made her home with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Wolf in Sheboygan.
She was a member of the Plymouth Bird and Nature Club and St. John church and its Mission Circle.
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Joyce) Wolf of Sheboygan; a granddaughter and four sisters, Mrs. Alvin Zeinemann of Sheboygan, Mrs. Willard Rhode and Mrs. Stanley Becker, both of Plymouth, and Mrs. Harvey Fischer of the Town of Lyndon.
Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday, at St. John church by the Rev. Dennis Pegorsch, associate pastor. Burial will be in Plymouth Woodlawn Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Wittkopp Funeral Home, Plymouth, after 3 p.m. Thursday and on Friday until 9 a.m. and at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of services.
A memorial fund has been established in Mrs. Heincke's name for the Mission Circle of St. John church.
HENRICKSON, HAZEL E. (nee Dunham)
Racine Journal Times, Racine, Wis., Friday, Sept. 20, 1996. Page 2 B
Hazel E. Henrickson
RACINE - Mrs. Hazel E. Henrickson, 88, of Villa St. Anna, formerly of Albert House, passed away in St. Mary's Medical Center on Thursday, September 19, 1996.
She was born in Arkansas on October 4, 1907, to the late Edwin S. and Emma J.(nee: Overing) Dunham but had lived most of her adult life in Racine.
Mrs. Henrickson graduated from University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire on June 11, 1926, with a teaching degree. She also worked for over 20 years at St. Luke's Hospital in the billing department until her retirement in 1978.
She is survived by her children, Julie Iorio of Kenosha, Thomas (JoAnn) Henrickson, Lynn (Bob) Lanouette, and Mike (Sandee) Henrickson; all of Racine. She is further survived by 10 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and also nieces and nephews. Mrs. Henrickson was also preceded in death by her grandson, David Iorio; six brothers and sisters; and her former husband, Harry R. Henrickson on January 26, 1987.
Family and friends are invited to meet at the Draeger-Langendorf Funeral Home on Saturday, September 21, 1996, at 10 a.m. for her funeral service with Rev. Harold Zimmick Jr. officiating. Burial will follow in West Lawn Memorial Park. There will be a visitation in the funeral home on Friday from 5 until 7 p.m. The family has suggested that memorials in Mrs. Henricksoh's name be directed to Villa St. Anna.
DRAEGER-LANGENDORF FUNERAL HOME, 1910 Taylor Avenue 637-6514
HENRICKSON, HAZEL E.A. (nee Goldbeck)
Racine Journal Times March 27, 1998, Page 2C
Hazel E.A. Henrickson
RACINE - Mrs. Hazel E.A. Henrickson, 77, passed away in St. Mary's Medical Center on Wednesday, March 25,1998.
She was born in Racine on March 9, 1921, to the late Louis and Minnie (nee: Grapentine) Goldbeck. On December 7, 1963, she was united in marriage with the late Harry R. Henrickson, who preceded her in death on January 26,1987.
Mrs. Henrickson worked for over 25 years at Massey-Ferguson, where she was a member of the Quarter Century Club. She enjoyed her spare time working as the family historian, devoting many hours developing her family tree. She was very proud to have lived her entire life in the homestead that was built by her father and brothers.
She is survived by her aunt, Hanna Grapentine of Sheboygan; and many loving nieces and nephews, cousins and friends. Mrs. Henrickson was also preceded in death by her brothers and sisters-in-law, Ervin M. Goldbeck, Paul E. (Dorothy) Goldbeck, Arthur H: (Ida) Goldbeck, and Clarence G, Goldbeck.
Family and friends are invited to meet in the Draeger-Langendorf Funeral Home, for a Funeral service on Saturday, March 28, 1998, at 10 a.m. with Rev. Leon J. Schneider officiating. Burial will follow in Graceland Cemetery. There will be a visitation in the funeral home on Friday evening from 6 until 8 p.m. and in the funeral home on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until the service.
Paula Alecos and family would like to thank Dr.'s Short, Tierney, and Sriram as well as the nurses and staff at St. Mary's Medical Center for the excellent care that was given during her stay. DRAEGER-LANGENDORF
FUNERAL HOME 1910 Taylor Avenue 637-6514
HENRICKSON, HARRY R.
The Journal Times, Tuesday, January 27, 1987 Racine, Wis. page 6B
Obituaries and funeral notices
HENRICKSON, MR. HARRY R.
3112 Pierce Blvd.
Passed away at the Westview Health Care Center on Monday, January 26, 1987, at the age of 78. Mr. Henrickson was born in Franksville on May 16, 1908, and had been a resident of Racine most of his life. Mr. Henrickson Owned and Operated Henrickson's Builders for many years. Surviving are his wife, Hazel E. Henrickson (Nee: Goldbeck); two sons and daughters-in-law, Thomas and Jo Ann Henrickson, Michael and Sandee Henrickson, all of Racine; two daughters and a son-in-law, Julie Iorlo of Kenosha, Lynn and Robert Lanouette of Racine; 12 grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Louise Corbett of Portland, OR, Mrs. Loretta Rode of Winston-Salem, NC, Mrs. Louella Klopfer of Colorado Springs, CO; also survived by Mrs. Hazel Henrickson of Racine; nieces, nephews and many friends. Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday, January 28, at 10:30 a.m. at the DRAEGER-LANGENDORF FUNERAL HOME, 1910 Taylor Ave., with Dr. Robert Hanrahan officiating. Burial will follow at Graceland Cemetery. Visitation will be this (TUESDAY) evening from 5:00 until 8:00 p.m. at the Funeral Home. The family has suggested memorials to one's favorite charity.
Burlington Free Press, Burlington, Wisconsin, Wednesday, May 10, 1911.
Carl Hillman, a pioneer resident of this city, died at his home on the east side of Fox river of old age last Wednesday evening and the funeral was held on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from St. John's Lutheran church. Rev F. Soll officiating. Mr. Hillman was born July 21, 1835, at Mecklenberg, Germany, his parents being Otto and Louisa Hillman. He came to this country with his parents in 1854 and has made his home in Burlington and vicinity ever since. He was married in July, 1861, to Miss Marie Vohs, who survives him, also three sons and four daughters, thirty grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, besides two brothers and one sister.
Burlington Standard Democrat, Burlington, Wis., Friday, May 12, 1911, page 1
Carl Hillman died at his home on the corner of Main and Madison streets on Wednesday night of last week. The infirmities of old age caused a general decline and he passed away after only a short illness. Funeral services were held at the house at one o'clock last Saturday afternoon and at St. John's Lutheran, church at 1:30 o'clock, Rev. F. Soll officiating, after which the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in the town cemetery.
Mr. Hlllman was born in Westpfalla, Germany, 76 years ago and came to America and Burlington with his parents in 1854. He has resided here since then. In 1861 he was united in marriage with Miss Mary Vohs, who, with the following seven children, survive him: Ernst and Albert Hlllman, of this city: Otto Hillman, Deshler, Neb., Mrs. Jack Nich, Mrs. Fred Thompson, Mrs. Chas. Geisle, of Lake Geneva, and Mrs. Wm. Lasco, of Antioch, Ill. One sister, Mrs. J. Emrich, of this city, and two brothers, Fred Hlllman, of Rosewood, and Theodore Hlllman, of Spooner, Wis., also survive him.
The mother and children return thanks to neighbors and friends for kindness shown them in their bereavement.
HILLMAN, MARIA (nee Vohs)
Burlington Free Press, Wednesday, Feb 21, 1912, page 1.
The funeral of Mrs. Carl Hillman was held last Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from St. John's Lutheran church and internment was had in the town cemetery. The decesed, whoes maiden name was Maria Vohs, was a native of Germany and 77 years of age. She had been a resident of Burlington and vicinity from an early age and was united in marriage in 1861 to Carl Hillman, who died last May. She is survived by seven children as follows: Ernest and Albert Hillman of this city; Otto Hillman, Deshler, Neb.; Mrs. J. Nich, Mrs. Chas. Geise, Mrs. Fred Thompson, Lake Geneva; and Mrs. Wm. Leisstekow, Antioch.
HILLMAN, MARIA (nee Vohs)
Burlington Standard Democrat, Burlington, Wis., Friday, Feb 16, 1912, page 4
Mrs. Carl Hillmann died at her home on the east side of Fox river early Wednesday morning, after being in poor health for some time. Her funeral will take place from St. John's Lutheran church at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The deceased, whose maiden name was Maria Vohs, was born in Germany 77 years ago and came to America with her parents when a girl. She has always resided in Burlington and the immediate vicinity. In 1861 she was united in marriage with Carl Hillmann, who passed away last May. She is now survived by the following seven children: Ernest and Albert Hillmann, of this city; Otto Hillmann, of Dashland, Neb.; Mrs. J. Nich, Mrs. Chas. Geise, Mrs. Fred Thompson, of Lake Geneva, and Mrs. Wm. Leistekow, of Antloch.
HILLMAN, MARIA (nee Vohs)
Racine Daily Times, Racine, Wis., Wednesday, February 14, 1912, page 2
Mrs. Hillman is Dead
Mrs. Charles Hillman, who has been ill since Christmas, passed peacefully away at 3 o'clock, this morning, aged 77 years and 6 months. Deceased who was known as a devoted wife and mother, is survived by seven children, Otto Hillman, of Nebraska; Mrs. Jack Micher, Mrs. Charles Geise and Mrs. Frank Thompson of Lake Geneva; Mrs. William Laskow, of Antioch; Ernest and Albert Hillman of this city. Arrangements for the funeral have not yet been completed.
Burlington Standard Press, Thursday, August 31, 1876, page 5.
In Burlington, on Wednesday, Aug 30, 1876, Frank, youngest son of Mr. And Mrs.
Hindspeter, aged nearly 1 year.
HINZPETER, EDWARD WILLIAM
RACINE JOURNAL TIMES. MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1986. Obituary
HINZPETER, MR. EDWARD WILLIAM
441 HERMAN ST. BURLINGTON, WI.
Age 58. Passed away on Saturday, June 28, 1986, at his home. He was born on
April 3, 1928, in Lake Geneva, WI to Clarence and Nellie (Fairchilds) Hinzpeter.
He spent his early life and was educated in Lake Geneva. He was married on January
22, 1962, in Antioch, IL, to Elizabeth Goldbeck, following their marriage they
resided in Burlington. Mr. Hinzpeter retired after 20 years of service in the U.S.
Navy. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Burlington; was also a
member of the Legion Post No. 79, the D.A.V. Chapter 34, and the V.F.W. Post 2823.
Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth of Burlington; two daughters and son-in-law,
Diane (Dave) Smith of Stroudsburg, PA, Elizabeth Green of Burlington; one son,
Edward W. Hinzpeter II of Burlington; one step-son and daughter-in-law, Frederick
(Ruby) Hintz of Manteca, CA; six grandchildren; three brothers and two sisters-in-
law, Richard (Annabelle) Hinzpeter of Virginia Beach, VA, James (Wilma) Hinzpeter
of Barton, ND, Clarence Jr. Hinzpeter of Lake Geneva, WI; and one sister and
brother-in-law, Barbara (Wallace) Smith of Lake Geneva, WI. He was preceded in
death by his parents and one infant son. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday,
July 1, at 11:00 a.m. at the St. John's Lutheran Church, in Burlington, with Rev.
Richard Weeks officiating. Internment will be at Burlington Cemetery. Friends may
call this (Monday) evening, from 4:00 until 8:00 p.m. at the SCHUETTE-DANIELS
FUNERAL HOME, 157 S. Pine St., Burlington and from 10:00 a.m. until the time of
Services at the Church on Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the St. John's
Lutheran Church Building Fund or the American Cancer Fund would be appreciated.
HINDZPETER, FREDERICKA (nee Thiede)
Burlington Free Press, Wednesday, December 2, 1903,, page 5
Fredereka, wife of Henry Hintspeter, died at her home on the east side of Fox river in this city last Sunday evening of cancer, after an illness of four years. She had been confined to the home for nearly three months. The deceased was a native of Germany and was 70 years old. She was married to Mr. Hintspeter nearly fifty years ago. They afterwards came to this country and settled on the old homestead in the town of Burlington. About fifteen years ago they removed to the town of Bloomfield, in Walworth county, where they resided until nearly two years ago, when they came to this city. She leaves a husband and two children surviving her--Mrs. John Karcher of this city and Henry Hintspeter of Bloomfield.
HINZPETER, FREDERIKA (nee Thiede)
Burlington Standard Democrat, Saturday, December 5, 1903, German Edition page 5
Mrs. John Hinzpeter died at her home on the east side of Fox river early last Sunday morning, after suffering from cancer for some time. The deceased, whose maiden name was Friederike Thiede, was born in Griebow, Germany, March 6, 1833, and was united in marriage with John Hinzpeter in Mahlow, Germany,in 1854. They came to America in 1869 and settled in Burlington and resided here till they moved to Bloomfield in 1890. Two years ago they returned to Burlington and have since resided here. To them were born three children, one son dying in infancy, and one son, Henry Hinzpeter, of Bloomfield, and one daughter, Mrs. J. H. Karcher, of this city, surviving with the husband. She is also survived by one sister, ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
The funeral of Mrr. Hinzpeter took place from St. John's Lutheran church at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and was very largely attended, many being preaent from Lake Geneva and Bloomfield. Rev. M. Busack conducting the services and tbe remain were laid to rest in the family lot in the town cemetery.
Mr. Hinzpeter and family return thanks to neighbors and friends for assistance and sympathy tendered.
BURLINGTON FREE PRESS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
DEATH OF JOHN HINZPETER
John Hinzpeter, a former well known resident of this city and vicinity died
last week Wednesday at the home of his son, Henry Hinzpeter in the Town of
Bloomfield, aged 82 years.
Mr. Hinzpeter was born in Germany Jan. 10, 1830 and came to America in 1869.
He is survived by one son, Henry with whom he had made his home for several years
past also one daughter, Mrs. Dora Karcher, formerly of this city, now residing in
Buhl, Idaho. Mr. Hinzpeter was stricken :with paralysis several years ago and had
been in feeble health since then.
The funeral was held Saturday afternoon at I o'clock from St. John's Lutheran
Church in this city with internment in the city cemetery besides the remains of his
wife and children.
Burlington Standard Democrat, Friday, Nov 15, 1912, page 5
Death of John Hinzpeter
John Hinzpeter died at the home of his son, Henry Hinzpeter, in the town of Bloomfield, last Tuesday night, aged about 82 years. He was for many years a resident of this city and the town of Burlington, and for a man of his age enjoyed remarkably good health untll a few years ago, when he had a stroke of appoplexy. The funeral will take place from St. John's Lutheran church at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon, with interment in the Burlington cemetery.
Mr. Hinzpeter is survivedd by the one son, Henry, and one daughter, Mrs. John H. Karcher, who now resides in Washington.
Chetek Alert, Chetek, Wis., Thursday July , 2001, Page 3A,
James Hoagland memorial service
A memorial service for James Hoagland will be held on Saturday, July 28, at 1:30 p.m. at the Dovre Lutheran Church. A fellowship and refreshments will follow the service in the church basement.
James, the son of Gail (Hoagland) and Carl Mielcarek, passed away May 19, 2001, in Milwaukee.
HOAGLAND, JAMES T.
The Chetek(Wis.) Alert, Thursday, June 7, 2001, page 2A
James T. Hoagland Jr.
James Thomas Hoagland, Jr., 39, of Milwaukee, died suddenly Saturday, May 19, 2001, of a heart attack at his home in Milwaukee.
James was born Sept. 14, 1961, to James T. and Gail (Holten) Hoagland Sr. in Milwaukee, Wis. His father preceded him in death in 1984. He lived his entire life in Milwaukee and was employed by Milwaukee Company, the division of Parks and Grounds. He enjoyed his job, as he loved being outdoors. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved hunting and fishing. He also loved animals. His kind heart will be deeply missed by his family and friends.
Jim is survived by his mother Gail Mielcarek; stepfather Carl Mielcarek; sister Karen Maierle; brother-in-law, Mike Maierle; niece Greta Hoagland Maierle; step-sister Laurie Schaefer; and two step-brothers, Jason and Jeffery Mielcarek; as well as many cousins, aunts, uncles and friends.
Jim was preceded in death by his father, James Hoagland, Sr. (1984); grandparents, Julius arid Elsie Holten; and John and May Hoaglund.
Funeral services were held Monday, May 21, at 7:00 p.m. in Milwaukee at the Schaff Funeral Home.
An informal memorial service will be held in Chetek at a later date.
Sheboygan Press, Wednesday, Feb 15, 1950, page 13
Alex Hoffman, 44, route 2 Sheboygan, N. Thirty-Eighth street, passed away Tuesday afterernoon at St. Nicholas hospital
following a lingering illness.
Born Dec. 17, 1905, in Sheboygan Falls, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffman, he attended the public schools and on May 27, 1929, was married to Adeline Grafentine and the couple made their home in Sheboygan since their marriage.
Mr. Hoffman was a welder by trade and was employed at the Optenburg Iron Works untill his retirement because of ill health.
Survivors are his wife; three sons, Vernon, Elroy and Allen, at home; his mother, Mrs. Peter Olsen of route 2, Sheboygan; and a brother, Arnold of this city.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:30 p.m. at the Ball horn Funeral chapels with the Rev. Kenneth Krueger, pastor of the First United Brethren church, officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home beginning Thursday morning.
Sheboygan Press,Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Thursday, June 9, 1977
Kristine K. Hoffman
Graveside services for Kristine K. Hoffman infant daughter of Kim A. and Debra J. Lesperance Hoff man of 2217 N. 6th St., were held at 2:30 p.m. today at Green Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery with the Rev. Stanley Matz, pastor of St. Luke Unitd Methodist Church, officiating. Kristine died Tuesday at Memorial Hospital. She is survived by her parents; one sister, Kerry, at home; her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hoffman, and paternal great-grandparent, Mrs. Clara Brown and Mrs. Adeline Konz, all of Shebdygan.
HOLDORF, ELSIE (nee Streckert)
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter Monday, March 17, 1989, page B-6
Elsie E. Holdorf
Elsie E. Holdorf, 77, of rural Chilton, died Saturday afternoon, March 11, 1989, at Calumet Medical Center, Chilton.
Funeral services will be 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Christianson-Deja Funeral Home, Valders. Rev. Carl Peters will officiate with burial at Streckert Cemetery.
Mrs. Holdorf was born November 21, 1911, in the Town of Eaton, Manitowoc County, daughter of the late Henry and Paulina Marks Streckert. She attended Town of Rockland Schools. She married Vilas Holdorf on July 12, 1941, at Iowa.
Survivors include her husband, Vilas; a sister, Mrs. Adeline Busse of the Town of Eaton, nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by two brothers.
Friends may call at Christianson-Deja Funeral Home, Valders, 1 p.m. Wednesday and until the time of service at 2:30 p.m.
HOLDORF, ERWIN G.
Manitowoc Herald-Times Reporter Friday, May 2, 1980, p 3
Erwin G. Holdorf, 85, of Route 1, Kiel, Town of Eaton, died unexpecledly Thursday morning, May 1, at his home.
Funeral services will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday at First Presbyterian Church, Kiel. The Rev. Joe V. Anderson will officiate and burial will be in Streckert Cemetery, Town of Eaton.
Mr. Holdorf was born Nov. 15, 1894, in the Town of Liberty, Manitowoc County, son of the late Frank and Ernstina Brodke Holdorf. He attended district schools in the Town of Liberty. He was a veteran of the United States Army serving in France during World War I. He married Hanna Streckert Sept. 25, 1919, at Niles Presbyterian Church, Town of Eaton. The couple farmed in the Town of Eaton until retiring in 1963, Mrs. Holdorf preceded him in death in. 1965. Mr. Holdorf was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Kiel, and Thompson Burkard
American Legion Post No. 28 of Valders.
Survivors indude two sons, Lawrtence of Fortville, Ind., and Lowell of Route 1, Kiel, 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. He was preceded death by a son, a daughter, three brothers and a sister.
Friends may call at Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel, after 4 o'clock this Friday afternoon until 11 a.m. Saturday and at the church from noon until the time of servive.
HOLDORF, HANNA (nee Streckert)
Herald Times, Manitowoc, WI, Monday, Oct. 25, 1965. page 5
Mrs. Erwin Holdorf. 69, of Rt. 1, Kiel, died Sunday morning at Calumet Memorial Hospital, Chilton.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Presbyterian Church, Kiel, the Rev. Allan Bowe officiating. Burial will be in Streckert Cemetery, Town of Eaton.
Mrs. Holdorf nee Hanna Streckert was born May 28, 1896. in the Town of Eaton daughter of the late Henry and Paulina Marks Streckert. She was married to Mr. Holdorf Sept. 25, 1919, in Niles Presbyterian Church, Eaton. The couple farmed until retiring two years ago.
Survivors are the husband, two sons, Lawrence of Greenwood, Ind., and Lowell of Rt. 1, Kiel; three sisters, Mrs. Arthur Busse of rural Kiel. Mrs. Selmar Skatrud of rural Valders and Mrs. Vilas Holdorf of rural Chilton; two brothers, George of rural Kiel and Fried of rural Chilton and seven grandchildren. A daughter, a son and a sister preceded her in death.
Friends may call at Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel, after 3 p. m. Tuesday until 11 a.m.
Wednesday and after noon at the church.
HOLDORF, VILAS W.
Chilton Times-Journal September 6, 1990, Section 2, page 6
Vilas W. Holdorf
Vilas W. Holdorf, age 81, of rural Chilton, passed away Friday morning, Aug. 31, at Calumet Medical Center at Chilton.
Funeral services were Tuesday at Christianson-Deja Funeral Home in Valders. Rev. Carl Peters officiating with burial following at Streckert Cemetery.
He was born April 26, 1909 at St. Nazianz, son of the late William and Annie Busse Holdorf. He was a member of the Fox Breeders Association.
He married Elsie Streckert July 12, 1941 at Iowa.
Survivors include one brother and sister-in-law Clarence and Mabel Holdorf of Manitowoc, one sister and brother-in-law Verona and Elmer Brachmann of Manitowoc, a sister-in-law Mrs. Adeline Busse of Kiel. Special nephews Lowell Holdorf, and Bud Busse. Other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his wife and infant sister.
Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Oshkosh, Wis., Thurs, June 12, 1890, page 1
Death of Asa Hollister
News has been received in this city of the death of Asa Hollister, which occurred at Shawno last night. The deceased was seventy-three years old and leaves a wife and four sons, one of whom is S.W. Hoilister of this city.
Shawno County Advocate, Thursday, June 19, 1890, Page 1
Asa A. Hollister of Oshkosh died last week of liver complaint at the age of 72 years while on a visit to his son, W. W. Hollister of this city. His remains were taken to his home for burial.
HOLLISTER, LOTTIE (nee Loomis)
Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Tuesday, August 20, 1935, page 4, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
WIDOW OF PIONEER LUMBERMAN PASSES AWAY HERE TODAY;
Mrs. Lottie Loomis Hollister Dies at 1 o'Clock This Afternoon—Funeral Is Thursday
Mrs. Lottie Loomis Hollister, widow of Seymour W. Hollister, pioneer Oshkosh lumberman, died this afternoon at 1 o'clock at her home, 732 Algoma boulevard.
She had been in failing health since early last November when she suffered a paralytic stroke.
Mrs. Hollister had been active in various organizations of which she was a member up to that time but had to give up all activity when her illness confined her to her home.
CAME HERE IN 1889
She was born at Burlington, Wis. Nov. 11, 1866, the daughter of the late Charles W. and Hannah Brittian Loomis. She was graduated from Burlington high school and in1889 came to Oshkosh to reside and had lived here since that time.
On Nov. 24, 1897, she was married to the late S. W. Hollister at Burlington. Mr. Hollister died in 1916. .
Survivors are a daughter, Miss Edith Loomis Hollister, who lived with her mother; and two stepsons, Carl W. Hollister and R. A. Hollister. both of this city. Also surviving are three grandchildren. Miss Helen Hollister, daughter of Carl W. Hollister. and Seymour W. and John R. Hollister, sons of R.A. Hollister.
MEMBER OF CHURCH
Mrs. Hollister was a member of the Algoma Boulevard Methodist Episcopal church. She was a member also of the Eastern Star, the Twentieth Century club, the Ladies Benevolent society, the West End Reading club and of the Ladies Aid society and the Mission ary society of the church.
Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home, 732 Algoma boulevard, in private. The Rev. Alfred Hood, pastor of the Algoma Boulevard Methodist Episcopal church will officiate. Burial will be at Riverside cemetery.
HOLLISTER, SARAH (nee Toombs)
Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Saturday, March 30, 1907, page 1
MRS. HOLLISER IS DEAD.
Pioneer Resident Passes Away This afternoon at Three o'clock, After Extended Illness.
Mrs. Sarah Hollister of 571 High street passed away this afternoon at three o'clock after an extended illness.
She would have been eighty years of age the 21st of next August. Deceased was the mother of Col. Seymour W. Hollister and P. W. Hollister of this city and G. W. Holister of Medfotd, Wis.
HOLLISTER, SARAH (nee Toombs)
Oshkosh Daily Northwestern Monday, April 1,1907, page 4
WAS EARLY SETTLER.Mrs. Sarah M. Hollister, Who passed away Saturday, had lived in Oshkosh for sixty-one years.
She came here in 1846 and was nearly eighty years of age--She was a woman of rare qualities of mind and heart--Funeral services are held this afternoon at Residence on High Street--Sketch of her life
Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah M. Hollister, wife of the late Asa Hollister, were held this afternoon from her residence, 571 High street. This mornIng the remains were viewed by many friends and the members of the family, the body lying in state in the parlor of the home. Surrounding it were floral tributes testifying to the love and esteem in which Mrs. Holllster was held by those who knew her.
As her demise occurred late Saturday afternoon and the funeral was Set for today, it was impossible to make any announcement of the services further than at the Easter service of the Algoma street Methodist Episcopal church Sunday. Nevertheless the house was filled at 2:30 o'clock, when the pastor of the church, Rev. Matthew J. Trenery, opened the service. He gave a scriptural reading, and spoke briefly from a text which Mrs. Hollister herself had selected, "For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, arn house not made with hands, eternal In the heavens."
CHOSE FUNERAL HYMNS.
Three hymns, also the choice of the deceased, not long before the end came, were sung by the church "quartet, composed of Mrs. H. N. Hart, Mrs. F.H. Fuller, O. H. Crawford and J.B. Carpenter. They sang "The Sweet Bye and Bye," "The Home of the Soul," and lastly,"Abide With Me." Internment of the remains occurred at the Riverside cemetery, in the lot where Asa Hollister is buried. Ther pallbearers were five grandsons and one grand-son-in-law; Ray A., Carl W., S. Rex, Leigh W. Hollister 'and William C. Houck, all of Oshkosh, and Myron Hollister of Florence.
During the afternoon the office of Hollister, Amos & Co. was closed on account of the funeral.
WAS OLDEST RESIDENT.
In the death of Mrs. Hollister as announced in the Saturday issue of The Northwestern, Oshkosh has lost one of its earliest pioneers. With the exception of the Wright family, Mrs.Hollister had probably come here earier than any other resident, having arrived in Oshkosh in the spring of 1846, and living here continuously for a period of sixty-one years.
Her death was the result of a decline which started in the winter of 1905-6, when she was bitten on a finger by a pet parrot. The Injury caused an attack of blood poisoning, and the shock revealed the first indication of heart trouble Mrs. Hollister ever showed in her long life. Early last summer she suffered the first of several paralytic strokes, complicated with heart trouble, from which she rallied each time. She was out of the house the last time at Christmas. Since then she had been confined to her bed most of the time.
END COMES CALMLY.
Last Wednesday night another stroke caused paralysis of the left aide, and through Thursday and Friday she lingered on the verge of death. At about ten o'clock Friday evening she became unconscious, and remained so untill the end came without a struggle at three o'clock Saturday afternoon.
Mrs, Hollister had never used a glass to read by, and although nearly eighty yearss of age she had insisted on attending to her own housework until the last few months. She was a woman of marked self control, and it is said of her by one of the family that no never knew her to be out of temper.
MARRIES AT FIFTEEN.
Mrs. Hollister's maiden name was Sarah M. Toombs and she was born in England, probably at Birmingham, August 21, 1827, being therefore more than seventy-nine years old at the time of her death. She was one of five children born to Thonias and Anne Toombs. The family came to this country in 1830 and settled in Oneida county, N. Y., where thefather became naturalized as a citizen of the United StatesNn 1835. Then they removed to
On November 20. 1842, when she was but fifteen years of age, Sarah was married to Asa A. Hollister, a contractor and logger of Burlington. Her husband came to Oshkosh in the summer of 1843 and preempted a piece of land on the site of the old fair grounds on Jackson street. He then retured to Burlington, where the first son of the couple, W. W. Hollister, was born. Their second son, Seymour W. was born in August, 1845.
CAME HERE IN 1846.
In the following summer they came to Oshkosh and settled on Mr. Hollister's preemption, which he farmed for a short time. Later he conducted the Winnebago hotel, the second tavern in Oshkosh, which stood on the site of O. McCorison's store on Main street. He was in that business only a year or two, and then took his wife and children to the site now occupied by the old home on High street. This was at a time when the way to "town" led through a lane to Algoma street. The bank of the river then
was only a few feet from the present house.
Mr. Hollister became a partner with L. P. Sheldon in a sawmill. Soon afterward he withdrew from the partnership, however, and resumed logging operations. He was associated for a time with his brothers, Martin and Joseph. In the winter of 1865-66 he formed a partnership with his sons in lumbering, and in 1874 retired from active business, he died June 11, 1890, while in Shawano on a visit.
There were four sons and one daughter born to the couple, Seymour W., P. Wright, Guy W., William W. and Anna Evalyn. W. W. died ten years ago, and the daughter died in infancy. Of the survivers, Col. S. W. Holllster is proprietor of Hollister, Amos & Co. of this city; P. W. is associated with the same firm; and G. W. is in business at Medford.
Eleven grandchildren survive Mrs. Hollister. These are R. A. Hollister, Mrs. W. C. Bouck, C. W. S. Rex and Edith Loomis, sons and daughters of Colonel Hollister; Leigh W. son of P. W. Hollister; Myron W. son of Florence, Mrs. William H. Howell and Mrs. Oliver Mason of Tuscon, Ariz., son and daughters respectively of the late W. W. Hollister; and Evelyn H., daughter G.W. Hollister. Another son of Mr. and Mrs. Wright Hollister, Harry, died five years ago. In addition to these there are three great-grandchildren, Seymour W., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hollister of this city; and Catherine and Ethel, daughters of Myron Hollister of Florence.
G. W. Hollister arrived here from Medford in time to attend the funeral. Mrs. Seymour Hollister was also here, called from the bedside of her father, Charles Loomls of Burlington, who is ill with an attack of heart trouble similar to that which attacked Mrs. Sarah Holllster. She will return to Burlington this evenlng.
The deceased was a charter member of the Algoma Street M.E. church, being one of its supporters in its chapel days. For mony years she had been a stewardess in the church, and had always been a member of the Foreign Missionary society.
HOLTEN, ELSIE MARION (nee Abrahamson)
Chetek Alert, Thur, April 14,1994, p 2
Elsie Marion Holten
Elsie Marion Holten, 93, died Sunday, April 10, 1994 at St. Luke's Hospital in Milwaukee.
She was born March 19, 1901 to John and Emma (Carlson) Abrahamson in the town of Dovre where she grew up. She married Julius Newman in 1917, and to this union a daughter, Adeline, was born. Julius preceded Elsie in death in 1921. She married Julius Holten in 1935. They had three children, JoAnne, Paul and Gail. Paul preceded her in death in 1938.
She was baptized at the Dovre Lutheran Church and remained a lifetime member. She farmed for many years with her husband, and was a member of the Bee Keepers Association, raising bees and processing and selling honey. She raised sheep and goats, and enjoyed her animals, gardening and flowers. She spent her last eight years in the city of Milwaukee with her grandson Holt Holten.
Survivors include three daughters, Adeline Reinolt, JoAnne Hoople and Gail Mielcarek; six grandchildren, Merlin Reinolt, Ardys Wigdahl, Holt Holten, Gregory Hopple, James Hoagland and Karen Parr; one step-great-grandson, Eric Wigdahl; three great-grandchildren, Mark Reinolt, Stacy Reinolt and Andy Reinolt; a sister, Julia Pinnerud; and two brothers, Harry Abrahamson and Raleigh Abrahamson.
She was preceded in death by her husband Julius Holten; son Paul Holten; grandson Glen Reinolt; parents John and Emma Abrahamson; and brothers Lewie and Art Abrahamson.
Visitation will be Wednesday (April 13) from 4-8 p.m. at the Burnham-Ours Funeral Home in Chetek. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Dovre Lutheran Church with Pastor Ronald Gerl officiating. Internment will be in the Dovre Cemetery.
Chetek Alert, Chetek, Wis., Thur, June 12, 1975, page 2.
Julius Holten was born April 2, 1897, In the Town of Dovre, Barron County, Wis., to his parents, Pete and Alvida Holten. He lived in this area his entire lifetime, farming most of his life with the exception of two, years when he was employed as a carpenter in Chicago, Ill. He was a veteran of World War I and served several years as a member of the Oak Grove School Board. He retired from active farming the last two years in the Town of Sioux Creek and had moved to the Town of Dovre prior to his death.
Surviving are his wife Elsie; three daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Jo-anne) Hoople and Mrs. Jim (Gail) Hoagland, of Milwaukee, and, Mrs. Adeline Reinolt of Eau Claire; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; one brother, Ed Holten of Chetek; and one sister, Mrs. Art (Clara) Wold of Elmhurst, Illinois.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Dovre Lutheran Church with Rev. LaMoine Jacobs officiating, Burial was made in the Dovre Cemetery with members of the Chetek American Legion Post conducting military rites at the graveside.
HOLTER, CLARENCE G.
Chetek Alert, June 1979
Clarence A. Holter
Clarence A. Holter, 76, died Sunday, June 17, at the Dunn County Health Center, Menomonie, Wis.
He was born in the Town of Dovre, Barron County, April 9, 1903, the son of Charles and Marie Holter. He had been a farmer in that area most of his life.
Survivors include three sisters, Edith Holter and Mabel Meisner of Chetek and Anne Pederson of Cameron; and two brothers, George of New Auburn and Carl of Chetek.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 20, at the Dovre Lutheran Church with Rev. Wallace Hunstad officiating. Wayne Olson was the soloist, accompanied by Joanne Orton. Pallbearers were cousins of the deceased. Burial was made in Dovre Cemetery, with the Burnham Funeral Home, Chetek, in charge of arrangements.
HOOPLE, JO ANNE (nee Holten)
Chetek Alert, Chetek, Wis., Thursday May 23, 1996, page 2
Jo Anne Hoople, 59, died Wednesday, May 15, 1996 at her home in Milwaukee after a long courageous battle with cancer.
Jo Anne Holten was born July 10, 1936 to Julius and Elsie Holten in the town of Dovre. She graduated from Chetek High School in 1953,
and worked for the Ford Motor Co. in Milwaukee for 30 years. She was
an avid craftsperson and enjoyed fishing.
Survivors include two sons, Holt HoLton, Milwaukee and Greg Hoople, Waukesha; two sisters, Adeline Reinolt and Gail Mielcarek, both of Chetek; and numerous other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father, Julius, in 1975; her mother, Elsie, in 1994; ^nd an infant brother, Paul, in 1939.
Visitation was held in Milwaukee at the Molthen-Bell Funeral Home on Friday, and also at the Burnham-Ours Funeral Home in Chetek on Monday evening from 4-8 p.m. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Dovre Lutheran Church with Pastor Ronald Gerl officiating. Burial will be in the Dovre Cemetery.
Arrangements were handled jointly by the Molthen-Bell Funeral Home in Milwaukee and the Burnham-Ours Funeral Home in Chetek.
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