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DEATH INDEX

This is not an entire list, if you would like to contribute please email  me.  Thanks.

 Name of Deceased

Date of Death

Place of Death

Source

Anderson, Arvid

09 Apr 1952

Brantwood

T. Erickson

Anderson, Edwin Rudolph

20 Jan 1992

Tomahawk

T. Erickson

Anderson, Eino Arthuri

23 Jan 1975

Tomahawk

T. Erickson

Anderson, Julius

03 Feb 1961

Brantwood

T. Erickson

Anderson, Oscar

03 Nov 1976

Brantwood

T. Erickson

Bennett, George

12 Jan 1919

 

obit

Berhow, Halvor (Oliver)

01 Jun 1926

Brantwood

Jimmie Berhow

Berhow, Karen (Stanerson)

13 Nov 1916

Brantwood

Jimmie Berhow

Bruckbauer, Anna

Sep 1895

Worcester Township

 

Bruckbauer, George

Sep 1895

Worcester Township

 

Bruckbauer, William

6 July 1898

Worcester Township

 

Bruckbauer, Joseph

1918  

France in World War I

 

Bruckbauer, Maria

1926

Phillips

 

Bruckbauer, Joseph

10 Apr 1935

Phillips

 

Bruckbauer, Franciska (Kegelmeier)

29 Nov1935

Phillips

 

Bruckbauer, Andrew

06 Oct 1983

Phillips

 

Campbell, Madeline

Mar 1974

 

Lee Campbell

Campbell, Rease

Apr 1975

Park Falls

Lee Campbell

Dums, Barbara (Boucheiner)

22 Dec 1929

Park Falls

 

Dums, Ludwig

28 Dec 1936

Park Falls

 

Eheler, Chester Alvin

10 Aug 1979

Vancouver WA, buried: Vancouver

Betty J. H. Woods

Eheler, Lois Jean (Allabeck)

Aug 1993

Park Falls, buried: Park Falls

Betty J. H. Woods

Eheler, Warrel Daniel

23 Aug 1959

Died in Kennedy; buried in Nola Cemetery.

Betty J. Hays Woods

Eheler, Warrel Daniel Jr.

04 Oct 1925

Kennedy; buried Nola Cemetery

Betty J. H. Woods

Erickson (nee Lind), Frances Elenor Myrtle

28 Feb 1993

Wausau; cremated

T. Erickson

Everroad, Martha Manilla (Eheler) Fandry

24 Mar 1999

Colorado, cremated

Betty J. H. Woods

Fandry, Leonard

Sep 1984

Phillips, buried Phillips

Betty J. H. Woods

Faundry, Iantha (Nitke)

20 May 1966

Fifield

 

Ferguson, Henry

23 Apr 1927

Fifield

 

Goody, Dorothy Prudence (Eheler) Premo

07 Jun 1998

Park Falls (cremated)

Betty J. H. Woods

Gotz, Beverly Joan (Marsh)

04 Feb 1995

Janesville; buried in Edgerton

Betty J. H. Woods

Grassl, Grace

10 Apr 1962

Milwaukee

obit

Gruschow, Blanche Demaris

20 May 1924

Park Falls

Wis. Death Cert. #16

Hansen, Christine

12 Aug 1935

Price Co.

P. Tacker

Henningfield, Anna

 

 

obit

Henningfield, Henry

25 Jun 1953

Park Falls

obit

Herbst, Frances (Sipple)

06 May 1943

Park Falls

 

Herbst, John

12 Aug 1928

Park Falls

 

Herbst, John Fred

26 Mar 1980

Park Falls

 

Herbst, Katherine (Woodie)

22 Jan 1953

Park Falls

 

Hilgart, Conrad (Conny)

29 Dec 1999

Eisenstein

R. Hilgart

Hilgart, Norman J.

01 Mar 1945

Trier, Germany (WWII)

R. Hilgart

Hilgart, James A.

01 Feb 1944

Anzio, Italy (WWII)

R. Hilgart

Hilgart, Mary Theresa

07 Aug 1998

Park Falls

R. Hilgart

Hinton, Clayton Bernard

29 Feb 1904

Marshfield

 

Hinton, Homer Hoyt

13 Feb 1956

Park Falls

 

Hinton, Laura L (Zoesch)

03 Mar 1990

Park Falls

 

Hinton, Lavinah (Treakle)

01 Jan 1954

Park Falls

 

Hinton, Leonard Herald

01 Jul 1984

Marshfield

 

Jensen, Anna

28 Apr 1963

Price Co.

Pat Tacker

Jensen, Rasmus P.

23 Feb 1946

Price Co.

Pat Tacker

Klapka, James Jr.

24 Jul 1967

Phillips & buried in Phillips

 

Klapka, James Sr.

20 Jul 1962

Phillips or Park Falls Hosp (buried in Phillips)

 

Klapka, Josephine, nee Mencl

04 Mar 1978

Phillips

 

Koehler, John H.

12 Jan 1972

buried in Phillips

 

Koppe, Anna Bertha

22 Sep 1889

Phillips

 

Koppe, Freddie H

1 Oct 1898

Phillips

 

Kundinger, Anton

09 Apr 1906

Park Falls

 

Kundinger, Theresa (Wendl)

20 Feb 1923

Park Falls

 

Lind, Aulis Armas

19 Apr 1918

Brantwood

T. Erickson

Lind, Henry Martin

19 Jul 1920

Brantwood; buried in Knox Mills Cemetery

T. Erickson

Lind, Kaino Olavi (Oliver)

01 May 1996

Tomahawk; buried in Tomahawk

T. Erickson

Lind, Uljas Taisto

13 Jan 1962

Iron Mountain, MI; buried in Tomahawk

T. Erickson

Lowery, Pearl Helena (McHone)

30 Mar 1940

Park Falls

 

Lowery, Phillip Henry

9 Jan1936

Fifield

 

Marsh, Bryon J.

Feb 1985

Fifield, buried Fifield

Betty J. H. Woods

Marsh, Frances Pearl (Eheler)

02 May 1948

Fifield, buried Fifield

Betty J. H. Woods

Marsh, Richard J.

1933

Fifield, buried Fifield

Betty J. H. Woods

Mencl, Charles Sr.

28 Jun 1958

Phillips

 

Mencl, Mary, nee Jirasek

20 Oct 1950

Phillips

 

Mencel, Charles Jr.

07 Nov 1964

Minneapolis, Hennepin, MN (buried Phillips)

 

Mitchell, Jessie Faye

04 Jun 1949

Fifield, buried in Fifield

D. Mitchell

Mitchell, William Earl

04 Jun 1978

Park Falls, buried in Fifield

D. Mitchell

Mohrbach, Anna (Wallner) Palecek

13 Jan 1976

Park Falls

 

Nitke, Eleanor (Ferguson)

25 Jan 1973

Fifield

R. Nitke

Nitke, Glenard Henry

08 Feb 1974

Pinellas Park, FL

R. Nitke

Nitke, Wencelaus

19 Sep 1957

Fifield

R. Nitke

Oden, Olaf Elias

02 Jun 1943

Ogema

 

Ovist, (nee Anderson), Aili (Alice)

28 Aug 1980

Iron Mt, MI; buried in St. Mary’s, Brantwood

T. Erickson

Palecek, John Peter

02 Aug 1960

Park Falls

obit

Perletje, Martin

20 May 1917

Phillips

 

Poetzl, Catherine (Hoffmann)

31 Jan 1982

Fifield

 

Poetzl, Edward John

Apr 1987

Fifield

 

Poetzl, Norbert

06 Aug 1981

Fifeld

 

Premeau, Violis Gabriel

27 Jan 1992

Park Falls; buried in Fifield

Betty J. H. Woods

Rivers, John Henry

24 Apr 1930

Fifield

 

Rozelle, Pearl Pauline (Hennagir) Eheler

24 Apr 1977

Greenfield, buried: Nola Cemetery

Betty J. H. Woods

Sandquist (nee Anderson), Vieno

Apr 1993

Prentice

T. Erickson

Schmidtke, Ethelle (Smith)

18 Mar 1985

Park Falls

 

Schmidtke, Henry

31 Jan 1902

Wisconsin

 

Schmidtke, Peter Albert

23 Feb 1966

Park Falls

 

Schnurr, Adam

1907 Fifield Ken Schnur

Shaw, Alvin Lyle

Mar 1973

HartlandWI, buried: Milwaukee, WI

Betty J. H. Woods

Shaw, Margaret Marie (Eheler)

08 Jul 1981

Arizona, buried: Milwaukee, WI

Betty J. H. Woods

Smith, Edna J. (Hanson)

16 May 1934

Park Falls

 

Smith, Eliza B. (Patten)

25 Nov 1938

Park Falls

 

Smith, George Curtis

10 Aug 1920

Park Falls

 

Smith, Joel Wylie

07 Nov 1961

Park Falls

 

Soward, Gertrude Isola (Eheler)

14 Oct 1988

Born in Banks, ND: Cremated – ashes scattered in sea

Betty J. H. Woods

Spori (nee Anderson), Martha Josephine

Apr 1986

Chicago, IL

T. Erickson

Tatroe, Lloyd (Spud)

26 Oct 1944

Normany, France

 

Thiedeman, George

1900

Phillips

 

Turicik, Anna

20 Apr 1982

Waukesha

C. Turicik

Urban, Ludwig Jr.

25 Jun 1932

while hunting in Price Co.(buried in Phillips)

 

Urban, Ludwig Sr.

10 Jun 1960

Eau Claire (buried in Phillips)

 

Urban, Ludmila, nee Hostynek

15 Jan 1956

Eau Claire (buried in Phillips)

 

Voss, Henrietta Berlin Schmidtke

27 Nov 1934

Emery

 

Wallner, Michael

23 Jun 1944

Park Falls

obit

Wallner, Anna (Kundinger)

30 Oct 1960

Park Falls

 

Westberg, Ronald

12 Oct 1989

 

Lora Mahner

Woodie, Anna (Dums)

20 Jul 1950

Park Falls

 

Woodie, Catherine (Wepel)

10 May 1918

Fifield

 

Woodie, Joseph

04 Mar 1943

Park Falls

 

Woodie, Joseph

1858

 

 

Zoesch, Anna (Schultz)

25 Sep 19354

Park Falls

 

Zoesch, Charles Bernard

06 Jan 1946

Park Falls

 

Zoesch, Emilie Mueller

24 Sep 1929

Park Falls

 

Zoesch, Gustav Bernhard

26 Feb 1930

Butternut

 

I want to thank the following individuals who have contributed to this index, without them this page would not be possible:

Glen Williams, Cindy Turicek, Nancy Grassl Thomas, Dan Jezeski, Sharon (Bruckbauer) Storlie, Judy Wittke, Jeff Henningfield, Ron Nitke, Ray Hilgart, Pat Tacker, Sedonia Mencel Sorenson, Betty J. Hays Woods

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Grace Grassl
Funeral services were held on Saturday morning at St. Anthony's Catholic Church for Mrs. Grace Grassl, 71, of Park Falls, who passed away April 10th in Milwaukee following a short illness.
A Requiem Solemn High Mass was held at St. Anthony's Catholic Church on Saturday morning with her nephews, the Rev. Fr. William Wenninger of Superior as celebrant and Rev. Fr. Ildephonse Wenninger of Collegeville, Minnesota as deacon; Rev. Fr. J. Hajduch as sub-deacon, assisted by the Rev. Fr. Barga. Burial was at the Nola Cemetery, with the Novitzke Funeral Home in charge.
She was born Grace Wenninger in Lam in the province of Bavaria, Germany, on March 21, 1891. As a girl she came to the United States with her sisters and brothers and settled first in Chicago. She was married there in 1912 to Rudolph Grassl, who preceded her in death, in 1952. She had been a resident of the Park Falls area for forty-five years.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ted(Clara)Schultz of Marshfield and Mrs. Jerry (Loretta) Leiteritz of Milwaukee: three sons, Rudy, Henry and Bill, all of Minneapolis: as well as ten grandchildren and one great-grandson. She was also preceded in death by her sisters, Mrs. Henry Altmann,Sr. and Mrs. Adolph Prickril,Sr. and brothers, Joseph and Henry Wenninger, Sr., all of Park Falls.
Christian Mothers rosary was said at 2 p.m. Friday and parish rosary was at 8 p.m. Friday.
Friends who served as pallbearers were Mike Radlinger, William Eickerman, Andrew Ketterl, Albert Robl, Arnold Scherwinski and John Setterman.
Name of Deceased: Grace Grassl -  Date of Death: 10 APR 1962 - Place of Death: Milwaukee, WI

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Anna Turicik
Former Phillips resident Anna K. Turicik was born December 13, 1899, in Czechoslovakia to Frank and Katherine Fojtik. She died April 20, 1982, at Waukesha Memorial Hospital at the age of 82. Mrs. Turicik lived in Waukesha about a year. Prior to that she lived at the Pleasant View Nursing Home in Phillips.
Her husband, Joseph, died in 1959, and her daughter, Agness, died in 1944. Both are buried in St. Patrick's Cemetery in Phillips.
Surviving are sons: Joseph (Zita) of Plymouth, Steve (Marlene) of Brookfield, Tony (Dagmar) of Waukesha, Andy (Mary) of Brookfield, and John (Katie) of Watertown. Also surviving are daughters: Mrs. Francis (Veronica) Donovan of Mercer, Mrs. Herbert (Marian) Masters of Cedarburg, Mrs. Lyle (Margaret) Pentony of Phoenix, Arizona, Mrs. George (Helen) Pass of Waukesha, and Mrs. Pete (Joan) Stachowiak of Caledonia. One brother, Joseph Fojtik of Racine, also survives. There are 44 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Phillips. The Lake/Dalbesio Funeral Home of Phillips handled the local arrangements.

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GEORGE BENNETT

WAS IN PUBLIC OFFICE HERE IN EARLY DAYS GEORGE BENNETT SETTLER OF CARVER COUNTY, DIES AT CATAWBA, WIS, AT ADVANCED AGE OF 87
CAME TO THIS COUNTY IN THE LATE FIFTIES AND WAS PROMINENT IN THE EARLY DAYS OF CARVER COUNTY

George Bennett, well remembered by many of our early residents, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Carl Beyer of Catawba, Wis., Sunday Jan. 12, 1919. The cause of his demise was heart disease.

George Bennett was born at North Hampton, England, April 10th, 1831, and came to this county in 1851 at the age of nineteen, living there for five or six years. In 1858 he drifted west and pulled up at the river town of Carver, Carver county where he became prominent and where he resided until his removal to Worcestor and was named postmaster, holding that position for 20 years. He was also town clerk for 17 years and always took an active interest in public affairs. It was while a resident of Carver county that he was married to Mary Colby Torrey in 1859. And to them eight children were born, three of whom survive him. There are Mrs. Carl Beyer of Catawba, Wis. with whom he made his home the past five years; Mrs Alice Van Sky, Minneapolis and Mrs. Fred Broders, Monroe, Wis. His son William was killed in a snow slide at Sandon B.C. on November 11, 1918, and this his family believe hastened his demise. Until two weeks previous to his death he had been a well and strong for his age and always enjoyed good health. He attained the ripe old age of 87 years, 9 months and two days. His wife passed away Nov. 30, 1901, and his son, Fred Bennett died Jan 12, 1890, at Minneapolis. The other three children died in infancy.

The senior editor of The Herald was well acquainted with Mr. Bennett in our early boyhood days, when he resided on a farm just outside the limits of the village of Carver. He settled there with the late L.H. Griffin and J.P. Torrey. He was elected County Auditor of Carver County and served as such during the stirring days of the Civil war, holding two terms, from January 1, 1861 to January 1, 1865, filling the position all during the trying and troublesome times of the great conflict for the preservation of the Union and the Indian uprising of 1862 and retired from office at his own volition. His brother, John Bennett officiated as his deputy. The editor has corresponded with him at intervals for many years and deeply regrets to learn of his demise. He was a noble man in the highest and truest sense of the word. Peace be to he ashes. His remains were laid to rest beside those of his wife in the cemetery at Worcestor, Wis., January 16th.
(Weekly Valley Herald - Town of Chaska, Carver Co. MN January 30, 1919 - Pg 1, Col. 3)

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Henry Henningfield
Funeral services for Henry Henningfield, 86, pioneer Phillips resident were held at 8:30 am at Heindl's Funeral Home and at 9:00 am at St. Patrick's Church, Saturday, June 27. Father Andrews conducted the funeral rites. Burial was made in St. Patrick's cemetery. Mr. Henningfield passed away at the Park Falls hospital at 4:40 pm Thursday, June 25. He had been ill for the past four months. The deceased was born in Waterford, Wisconsin September 30, 1866. On Feb 24, 1897, he was united in marriage to Miss Annie Weimer at Waterford. They came to Price County in 1901 where Mr. Henningfield was employed as a mill worker. He retired several years ago.  Surviving relatives include his wife, Annie; five children; Frank, Kingsley, IA; Laura Hammerstrom, Edward, Marie (Mrs. Bernard Curran) all of Phillips; and Elsie (Mrs. Herbert Radtke), Milwaukee; three sisters; Mary (Mrs. Charles Hicks) and Christina (Mrs. August Rapp) of Milwaukee and Lizzie (Mrs. George Kortendick) Burlington. Those from away in attendance at the funeral services included; Mrs. Herman Radtke and daughter of Milwaukee and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Henningfield and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuinstra of Franksville, Wisconsin.

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Anna Henningfield Rites Thursday at Phillips, 12:30 am
Phillips - Mrs. Henry Henningfield, 84, died Tuesday at the Nickerson Home for the Aged.
Funeral services will be Thursday, 8:30 am at the Heindl Funeral Home and at 9:00 am at St. Patrick's Church, the Rev Father Andrew Skvarla officiating. Burial will be in St. Patrick's cemetery. She was born Anna Weimer in Rochester, Wis in 1872 and came to Phillips in 1901. She was a member of the St. Anne's Altar Society, She married Mr. Henningfield at Waterford, Wis on Feb 1897. He died in 1953. Five children survive including Mrs. Laura Hammerstrom, , Mrs. Marie Curran and Edward all of Phillips. Frank of Kingsley, IA and Mrs. Elsie Radtke; eight grandchildren. The rosary service will be Wednesday night at the funeral home.

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MICHAEL WALLNER
    Michael Wallner Sr., son of Valentine and Theresa Wallner, was born in Eisenstein, Austria, Jan. 10,1852 and passed away June 23, 1944, at the home of his son, Michael, where he has lived since retiring from his farm home eleven years ago.
    Mr. Wallner spent his boyhood years on his father's farm estate in Austria, and finished his schooling in his native town. At the age of 20 he entered the Austrian army and served for eight years. After being discharged in 1880, he came to the United States and to Medford, WI where he was married to Anna Kundinger Aschenbrener, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anna Kundinger. To this union nine children were born.
    Working at Cherry, WI for one year he came to Fifield in 1881 and secured the homestead, which now borders on this city. He was supervisor for a time and was a leader in road building and public school progress. He gave corporal and material support to the building of the first Catholic churches in Fifield and Park Falls and was one of the early pioneers to blaze the way for the coming of the missions, giving untiringly for the advancement of the Christian Doctrine in a vast wilderness, meeting and dealing cordially with the Indians who pitched their tents near his homestead. In more recent years Mr. Wallner worked for civic interests and was known to be a friend and neighbor to all.
    Interment was in the family lot at the Fifield cemetery. Surviving are his wife Mrs. Anna Wallner, his daughters (Anna) Mrs. John Palecek, (Theresa) Mrs. Anna Woody, (Mary) Mrs. Joseph Woody, and sons, Michael, Frank, Louis, and George; a son, John, and daughter, Rose, preceded their father in death. There are 37 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren, 10 of the grandchildren are serving with the Armed Forces.

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JOHN PETER PALECEK
    Funeral rites will be held Friday morning at 9:30 at St. Anthony's Church for John Peter Palecek, 75, of the Town of Eisenstein, who passed away August 2, 1960 in the Memorial Hospital. The remains will lie in state at the Novitzke Funeral Home from Wednesday afternoon after 2 p.m. until the hour of service.
    Rev. Father Fredrick Stock will conduct the rites and burial will follow in Nola Cemetery. Parish Rosary will be Thursday evening at 7 p.m.
    Born October 21, 1884 in Oshkosh, WI he came to this locality in 1903. On January 30,1905 he was wed to Anna Wallner in Park Falls, who survives. Mr. Palecek was a millright and mason.
    Also surviving are seven sons, Sylvester, August, Lloyd, John Jr., and Vernon, all of Park Falls, and Frank and George of Butternut; two daughters, Mrs. George (Ann) Bablick of Butternut, and Mrs. William (Rose) Schmidt of Park Falls; five brothers, Frank of Marshfield, Louis of Hawkins, William of Green Bay, Theodore of Milwaukee and Henry of Oshkosh; 36 grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren. Two children preceded him in death.

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WARREL DANIEL EHELERPark Falls Herald

Age, 75 passed away at home after a long illness on Sunday August 23, 8:30P.M.
The body laid in state at the Novitze Funeral Home until Wednesday at 2:00 P.M. with the services held in the Chaple and burial in the Nola Cemetery. He was born May 1, 1884 at Austin, Minnesota, and came to this area in 1919.  Mr. Eheler married Pearl Hennagir on October 1, 1910.  Since coming here, he was engaged in farming. Surviving are his wife, Pearl; five daughters, Marge, (Mrs. Alvin Shaw) Milwaukee; Martha, (Mrs. Albert Everoad), Muskego, Wis.; Dorothy, (Mrs. Bob Neider), Chicago; Gertrude, (Mrs. Clayton Soward, Miami, Arizona; and Elizabeth, [  Mrs. Leonard Glass, ]  Bonita, Texas;  two sons, Herbert of Milwaukee, and Chester of Park Falls; one brother, Harvey of Wadena, Minnesota; and five sisters, Mrs. Ruth Rapp and Mrs. Thomas Arwood, Los Angeles, California; Mrs. Carl Norby, Minot, Minn.; Miss Lydia Eheler, Montana, and Mrs. Harolla Snodgrass.  There are 12 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.The pallbearers were Joe Schreiner, Joseph Gropp, Robert Masterson, Dick Olson, Jack Morrison and John Luhtala.
Nola Cemetery, Park Falls, Wisconsin BLOCK: H, LOT: 38

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PEARL PAULINE (HENNAGIR) EHELER ROZELLE -  Park Falls Herald

Pearl Eheler Rozelle age 87 passed away on April 24, 1977 in the New Berlin Hospital in New Berlin, Wisconsin, after a lingering illness. The remains lay in state in the Novitzke Funeral Home after 3:00 P.M. on Tuesday.
 The funeral took place on Wednesday, at 10:30 A.M., at the Novitzke Funeral Chapel, with Brother Carl Makela officiating. Burial followed at the Nola Cemetery.
Pearl Henninger was born on September 29, 1889, in Deer Creek, Minnesota.  She spent her early life and schooling there.
 She married Warrel Daniel Eheler on October 10th, 1910 in Minnesota and came to this area in 1919. 
Warrel  passed away in 1959. She then married Michael Rozelle, and lived in Ironwood, Michigan. She was a homemaker.
Mrs. Rozelle is survived by five daughters:
Mrs. Margaret Shaw of Arizona, Mrs. Gertrude Soward of Miami,  Arizona,
Mrs. Leonard (Elizabeth) Glass of Nocona, Texas, Mrs. Albert (Martha) Everroad of Milwaukee Wisconsin and
Mrs. Dorothy Goody of Park Falls Wisconsin; and Two sons:
Herbert Eheler  of Park Falls, Wisconsin, Chester Eheler  of Van Couver,  Washington.
Also surviving are three sisters and 2 brothers in Minnesota and
15 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and 5 step-children and 30 step-grandchildren.
Nola Cemetery, Park Falls, Wisconsin BLOCK: H, LOT: 38     

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SHAW, ALVIN LYLEMilwaukee Journal, March 7, 1973

of Hartland, Wis. Passed away Sat. Mar. 3, at the age of 64.
Beloved husband of Margaret, dear father of Warrel A. (Linda).
 Also survived by 3 grandsons in Calif., 4 brothers, 1 sister, other relatives and friends.
Funeral Thurs. Mar. 8, at 1 PM at the West Allis Borgwardt Funeral Home, 1603 S 81st St In state
from 4 to 9 PM. Wed Masonic services 7 PM Wed.
under the auspices of Ashlar Lodge No. 193 F and A. M.

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MARTHA MANILLA EHELER (FANDRY) EVERROAD – The Durango Herald, Durango, CO

Private memorial services will be held for Martha Manilla Everroad, who died Wednesday, March 24, 1999, at her home in Pagosa Springs. She was 78. There will be cremation. Mrs. Everroad was born Oct. 23, 1920, in Lakes, Wis.
Mrs. Everroad wished to thank the hospital staff, home health and her friends from Jevohah’s Witnesses who helped her during her time in Pagosa Springs and while she was ill. She was preceded in death by her husband, Albert, and by her son.
Mrs. Everroad is survived by a daughter, Judith; several grandchildren; several great-grandchildren and adopted families; the Chuck Taylor family of Pagosa Springs and the Leonard Hoffschneider family of Pagosa Springs.

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CHESTER ALVIN EHELER -  Vancouver, Washington Paper

EHELER, Chester Alvin- Age 53, November 14, 1979 in Vancouver, Washington. Born September 5, 1926, in Park Falls, Wisconsin, Lived at 3510 T. Street, Vancouver, for 15 years. Retired Gardner, wife Bernice Eheler at home.
Seven brothers and one sister in Minnesota & Texas. Member of Vancouver Senior Citizens Group NARF. Korean War Veteran. Funeral Services are pending at the Evergreen Staples Funeral Chapel, located at 1700 St. Johns Road.
Evergreen Memorial Garden Cemetery, in Washington State, Location is in Garden of Peace
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CORRECTION OF INFORMATION REGARDING ABOVE OBITUARY SUBMITTED BY BETTY J. HAYS WOODS:
The above obituary information was written by Chet’s wife and is not correct. Corrections are as follows:

Uncle Chet was in the service during the Korean period, But he never made it through boot camp, his total service time was January 22, 1951 through February 28, 1951 = 1 month & 6 Days. Cause:  AR615-369, meaning Nervous breakdown which he never totally recovered from.
Uncle Chet had 7 sisters and 2 Brothers: (10 Children in all for this family.)

#1. Margaret: died of old age in Arizona; buried in Milwaukee, WI;
#2. Gladys: died at birth in Banks, ND;
#3. Frances: died at age 35, buried in Fifield, WI;
#4. Elizabeth: alive and well in TX;
#5. Gertrude: died from cancer of the jaw {Lupus} in Long Beach, CA, cremated and ashes scattered at sea;
#6. Martha: died from diabetes complications in Colorado. Cremated and buried on a mountain-top by friends;
#7. Dorothy: died in Park Falls, WI. Cremated and her son has her ashes;
#8. Warrel, Jr: died  from Acute Gastritis at 4 days old in Kennedy, WI buried in Park Falls, WI;
#9. Chester: died in Vancouver, WA and buried there;
#10. Herbert: alive and well in  WI.

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BEVERLY JOAN (MARSH) GOTZ – Janesville Gazette, Tuesday, February 7, 1995 (page 2B, Column 1)

EDGERTON-Beverly Joan Marsh, age 62, died on Sat. Feb. 4, 1995 at the Edgerton Memorial Community Hospital of Congestive Heart Failure. She was born on Nov. 21, 1932 in Fifield, WI the daughter of Bryon J. and Frances Pearl [Eheler] Marsh. She had moved to Edgerton in 1952, and had been employed for 17 years at Prepo, and for 2 years at the Nunn Bush Shoe Factory. She had attended the Edgerton Congregational United Church of Christ, and had been a participant in activities at the Tri-County Community Center.
    She is survived by her Best Friend and Loving Companion George R. Geske, 2 daughters, Deborah F. [Gary] Williams, and Jill C. [Mike] Schoon; a grandson: Ryan I. Gulessarian, 4 Granddaughters: Tanya A. Gullessarian, Miranda L. Rockwell, Cathy S. Rockwell, Jessica L. Rockwell; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and many loving caring friends.
     Funeral services will be held on Fri Feb 10 at 2:00 PM at the BRUNI-NYGAARD-WARD FUNERAL HOME, Edgerton, with the Rev. Dean Jorden officiating. Interment will be in the Fasset Cemetery in Edgerton. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4:00 until 7:00 PM on Thursday.
 
CORRECTION OF INFORMATION REGARDING ABOVE OBITUARY SUBMITTED BY BETTY J. HAYS WOODS:

Beverly had one (1) brother who died before she was born, no other siblings, therefore, had no nieces and nephews.

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SCHNURR, ADAM - Park Falls Herald - 1907

Adam Schnurr, a resident of the Lake area for 28 years, passed away. For many terms he was chairman of the Lake Town Board and was always a central figure in the town's business and political life. He was referred to as Lake's "Grand Old Man".

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