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HILDA D. PAULSEN
Hilda Dora Paulsen the daughter of Fred and Rose (Trinkelbach) Kollbaum was born Aug 24, 1910, near Climbing Hill, IA. Hilda moved with her parents to Schleswig. She was united in marriage to Andrea Henry Paulsen on Feb. 18. 1931. The couple moved to Danbury and later farmed In the Oto, Climbing Hill and Anthon areas. Her husband died on Feb. 1, 1979. and Hilda moved to Sioux City.
Hilda died on Saturday. Aug. 5, 1989, at her home in Sioux City having attained the age of 78 years, 11 months and 11 days.
Survivors include three sons, LeRoy and his wife, Ann of Washta, Kenny and his wife, Janise of Sioux City and Duane at home; nine grandchildren and 11 great- grandchildren; six sisters: Marie Prussing, Mabel Christiaens, Esther Lackman and Dena Nemitz, all of Deniaon, Margaret Wissink of Storm Lake and Rose Neilsen of Ida Grove.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; a daughter. Darlene Cooper; five brothers and two sisters.
Funeral services were held Monday at 11 a.m. at Walter Chapel in Mapleton with Pastor Richard Hempenius officiating. Karen Connell served as organist.
Pallbearers were Rob Paulsen, Lyle Paulsen, Mike Wolliscroft. Jim Thies, Paul Hyndman and Garry Schrunk.
Interment was in Westfork Township Cemetery at Climbing Hill.
OBITUARY, Anthon Herald, 28 November 1973, page 6: John C. Pierce, 78, of Sioux City died at his home Tuesday morning, November 20, after a long illness. Funeral services were held November 23 at the W. Harry Christy Morningside Funeral Home. Merrill Bean of Jehovah's Witnesses officiated. Interment was in the Oto Cemetery. Casket bearers were nephews, Arthur and Clifford Coon, Ray and Harold Beeson, Vern and Cecil Griffith. John was born November 29, 1894, at Danbury, IA, to Absolumand Mary O'Brien Pierce. He lived his childhood in the Anthon and Danbury communities and all his life in Woodbury County. September 23, 1914, he married Jennie V. Coon in Sioux City. They farmed in and around the Anthon-Oto communities for several years before moving into Oto, where he engaged in the trucking business. In 1933 he became bridge foreman for Woodbury County and continued until 1942. He worked at the Sioux City Air Base until 1943, when they moved to Sioux City, where he became employed by the State Highway Commission. After 17 years he retired. John was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and six sisters. He is survived by his widow; a son, John Earl of Oto; and a daughter Mrs. Clifton (Wanda) Weber of Cushing, 3 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.
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Christian Pansegaru (Sioux City Journal, 12 Nov 1936, B3, funeral notice published Sioux City Journal, 13 Nov 1936, 11) Christian Pansegaru, 82, a resident of Dixon county, Neb., since 1908, died Wednesday in the home of a son, Ronald Pansegaru, three miles west of Ponca, following a brief sickness. Mr. Pansegaru was born in Russia and had lived in the United States since 1908. Surviving him are his widow, Emma; five sons, Ronald and Arthur of Ponca, Edward and Emil of Marshalltown, and Adolph of Sioux City; four daughters, Mrs. E. Klein of Wakefield, Mrs. W. Krause of Allen, Mrs. R. Rahtz of Anthon, and Mrs. Emma Schlacht of Russia. Thirty-seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren also survive. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. The body is at Otto E. Kuk’s funeral home in South Sioux City.
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