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Madelia M. "Mickey" Johnson
Madelia M. 'Mickey' Johnson, 73, of Virginia, died Sunday, April 1, 2007 in Virginia.
VISITATION: 5-7 p.m. Wednesday in the Landmark Funeral Home in Virginia and will continue for 1 hour prior to the 11 a.m. funeral service Thursday in Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Virginia. 
MCKINNEY, Madelia Mabel (I42)
Madelia M. "Mickey" Johnson, 73, SERVICES: Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Virginia, with the Rev. Darin Elvemo officiating. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Landmark Funeral Home Chapel in Virginia and for one hour before the service at the church. Pallbearers will be members of the Ladies Auxiliary to George and Mark Klobuchar Post 4456, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Gilbert. Burial will be in the Brimson Cemetery.

Madelia M. "Mickey'' Johnson, 73, of Virginia, died Sunday, April 1, 2007, at St. Michael's Health and Rehabilitation Center in Virginia.

She was born on Nov. 7, 1933, in Fairbanks, Minn., to Roy and Florence (Newton) McKinney Sr. and grew up there. She was a graduate of Two Harbors High School.

Mickey married Howard J. Johnson, and they lived in Embarrass from 1954 until moving to Virginia in 1984. She worked in housekeeping at the Virginia Municipal Hospital. She was a member of Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Virginia and was a very active member of the Ladies Auxiliary to George and Mark Klobuchar VFW Post 4456 of Gilbert and also helped out at the Virginia Servicemen's Club.

Survivors include one daughter, Delores (Roger) Week of Babbitt; one grandson, Brandon Week of Babbitt; two great-granddaughters, Samantha Week and Jacinda Kruizenga of New Richmond, Wis.; one brother, Harry (Ruth) McKinney of Brimson; one sister-in-law, Gerry McKinney of Brimson; one brother-in-law, Robert Johnson of St. Paul; and good friends, Peter Johnson of Virginia, Joanne Pelzer of Ely Lake, Eveleth, and Phyllis Nevala of Virginia.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Howard J. Johnson; five children, Roger, Jerold, Mary, Lorna and Howard Jr.; one grandson, Chad Week, in 2003; one brother, Roy McKinney Jr.; and one sister, Leota Johnson. 
MCKINNEY, Madelia Mabel (I42)
Margaret Auld Ainsworth was born September 13, 1921, in Buckner, Missouri, to Dewitt Clinton Auld and Ida Laura Chappelow Auld. She died in Austin, Texas, on June 20, 1998.

She graduated from Buckner High School where she participated in basketball and drama. She completed nurse's training at St. Joseph's Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1942. She served with the 127th U.S. Army General Hospital in England and France from 1943 to 1945, achieving the rank of 1st Lieutenant. It was there that she met Dr. William H. Ainsworth, whom she married on June 23, 1946.

They lived in Galveston, Texas, for 41 years and retired to Hallettsville, Texas, in 1987. She moved to Heartland Healthcare Center in Austin, Texas, in 1977. Margaret was an active member of both the Junior League and the Galveston Historical Society. She had a keen interest in gencology and was an avid gardener and enjoyed bird watching, bridge and entertaining friends and family.

Margaret Ainsworth is preceded in death by her parents; her husband; sister, Bernice Auld Morton; brother, Clinton Dewitt Auld Jr.; and grandson, William H. Ainsworth IV.

Survivors include children, Peggy Elam and husband, Ron, of Bryan, Texas, Bill Ainsworth and wife, Joanne, of Boston, Massachussetts, Patty Ainsworth and husband, Steve Derrick, of Austin, Texas, and Karen Yates and husband, Rick, of Pflugerville, Texas. Also grandchildren, Jody Elam, Chris Elam, Jenny Elam, Becky Ainsworth and Nathan Ainsworth; brother-in-law, Ed Ainsworth, of Amarillo, Texas, and sister-in-law, Alice Ainsworth, of Georgetown, Texas; as well as numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

The family is especially appreciative of the care given by Dr. Kimberly Galusha and Mary Burgess, as well as everyone at Heartland Healthcare Center, Kelly Assisted Living and Hospice Austin.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorials be made to Hospice Austin or your local Hospice chapter.

A memorial service will be held at Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home at 3125 North Lamar in Austin on Wednesday, June 24, 1998, at 1:00 p.m.

Arrangements by Weed-Corley-Fish, 3125 N. Lamar, 452-8811.
Austin American-Statesman ( TX )
Date: June 23, 1998 
AULD, Margaret Elizabeth (I11217)
Margaret C. Capuano, of the Town of Wheatfield , NY, passed away on Thursday, February 7, 2008, under the care of her family and Niagara Hospice.

She was born in Owensboro, KY, on June 15, 1922, the daughter of the late Griffin and Lucille [Bryant] Cooper. Mrs. Capuano was a food service coordinator in charge of operations for eastern sea board from Maine to Washington, DC, for the AAFES (Army-Air Force Exchange Service), a branch of the Department of Defense, for over 25 years.

She enjoyed spending time with her family, hand quilting, spending time on the beach and traveling.

Mrs. Capuano is survived by one daughter, Carolyn E. (late William) Burns of Lockport, NY, two brothers, Lester (Barbara) Haney of Owensboro, KY and Carl Haney of Lewisport, KY, two sisters, Kathryn (late Edward) James of Tell City, IN and Shelby Jean Estes of Lewisport, KY, a daughter in law, Sandra Capuano of Danvers, MA, four grandchildren, Marne (Charles) Shanklin of Alma, MI, Craig (Kristine) Burns of Lockport, Christina (Brian) Capuano and Richard Capuano both of Danvers, MA, also survived by five great grandchildren, Mathew, Colin, Tony, Will and Erin, and many nieces and nephews.

She was the mother of the late Donnie E. Capuano, sister of the late Robert Haney and Rachel Faye (late Ansel) Howard.

The family will be present at the RHONEY FUNERAL HOME, 5893 Hoover Road, SANBORN, NY, from 7-9 PM Sunday, where funeral services will be held Monday at 10:00 AM, with the Rev. Edward Jost officiating.

Memorials may be made to Niagara Hospice or to the American Cancer Society.

Interment in Wheatfield Cemetery, Town of Wheatfield, NY.
COOPER, Margaret (I11928)
Marjorie Peters and Leonard McMullen Wed
Charles City -- On Monday afternoon, at the Little Brown Church in the Vale, Miss Marjorie Peters of Charles City, and Leonard J. McMullen of Burbank, Cal., were married by the pastor, the Rev. F. L. Hanscom.

The bride was attended by her twin sister, Margaret. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Peters of 304 South Johnson street and a graduate of the Immaculate Conception academy of Charles City.

Mr. McMullen, son of Mrs. Sarah McMullen of Rockford, is employed by the Lockheed Aircraft company at Burbank, where the young couple will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. McMullen left Monday evening for a short visit with the bride's father in Minneapolis. After a few days there and with the bridegroom's mother in Rockford, they will leave for the west coast where they will be at home at 11 East Burbank Blvd., Burbank, Cal. 
Family F77
Mary M. Wollschlager
Miss Mary Wollschlager, age 90 passed away Monday, December 7, 1987 at her home.
Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Friday, December 11 at St. Michael's Church. Father Robert Goblirsch and Father Anthony Plathe officiated.
Active casket bearers were Harvey Plathe, Lawrence Nole, Ray Wollschlager, Sam Skoien, Jerry Wollschlager and Gary Wollschlager. Concluding services were held at St. Michael's Cemetery, Madison.
Mary Margaret Wollschlager was born on Septermber 11, 1897 in Furstenau, Germany. When Mary was 2 1/2 years old she came to America. She attended school at St. Michael's and rural school.
Mary worked hard for many years of her life. She helped her brothers and sisters and took care of her parents. She did cooking at restaurants and also at the hospital.
Mary loved flowers and gardening and was proud of her accomplishments.
Mary was a faithful member of St. Michael's Church and as long as she was able, she attended daily Mass.
She is survived by one sister, Agnes Plathe of Madison.
She was preceded in death by her parents; five brothers, John, Frank, Alois, Bruno, and Herman; four sisters, Frances, Martha, Ann and Sister Helen.
WOLLSCHLAGER, Mary Margaret (I5573)
Maurice Wilson
Maurice G. Wilson, 84, 5604 31st Ave., died Saturday afternoon at Memorial Hospital following a short illness.

Mr. Wilson was born in Amherst, Wis., June 5, 1886, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Wilson. He received his education in Amherst schools.

Mr. Wilson married Miss Jennie Munroe on July 12, 1922 in Milwaukee. The couple moved to Kenosha in 1912.

Mr. Wilson was employed by American Motors Corp. until 1954, when he retired after 42 years of employment. He was superintendent of the shipping department at the time of his retirement.

A member of St. Matthew Episcopal Church, he was formerly and associate member of the vestry. He was oneof the founders and a past president of both the Ken-Nash-A Club and the Supervisors Club and was a former member of the Civil Service Commission of the Sheriff's Department.

Survivors are his wife; two sons, W. Robert Wilson, Appleton, Wis., and Henry T. Wilson, Washington, D.C.; three daughters, Miss Helen M. Wilson, Chicago; Mrs. Ralph (Jane) Hannan, Kenosha; and Mrs. Frank (Dorothy) Wood, Denver; nine grandchildren; a great grandchild; and a sister, Mrs. Harold (Bessie) Munchow, Amherst.

He was preceded in death by a grandson. 
WILSON, Maurice Grant (I5959)
Melvin L. Weber
Melvin L. Weber, passed away on July 22, 2014. There will be no services for Melvin. A private interment will take place at Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis.

Melvin was born in Sleepy Eye, to Bill and Irene Weber.

Melvin is survived by his wife, Marge; son, Mark (Jenny); daughter, Shelly; three grandchildren and one great grandchild. 
WEBER, Melvin Louis (I393)
Memorial Serices
Becker, Jody Lea -- Beatty-Bourle chapel at 1 p.m. Friday by the Rev. F. William Hilker of OUr Savior's Lutheran church. Interment: Babyland in Linwood cemetery. 
BECKER, Jody Lea (I4878)
Mike Hillman, 62, of Ely, passed away in a peaceful slumber on Thursday, December 11, 2014 in Woodstock, Illinois.
Ely's loss was Heaven's gain on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014, when God opened up his gates for Iron Mike Hillman.
Michael loved Ely and all of its history. He will be forever remembered for his many talents and contributions as a writer, storyteller, singer, actor, radio personality and local politician.
Michael was greeted in Heaven by his parents, Checker and Alice Hillman, niece Susan Wagner and grandson Aiden Meskill, along with many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Michael is survived by daughter and son-in-law Allison Hillman and Larry Meskill of Babbitt; son Zach Hillman of Ironwood, MI.; sister Judy Wagner of Duluth; brother Tom Hillman of Hoyt Lakes, MN; grandsons: Hunter, Logan, Andrew, Zach Jr., Gavyn and Connor.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Dec. 30 at 1 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Ely with coffee and cake served after the service.
"A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time." - Mark Twain. 
HILLMAN, Michael Steven (I304)
Minnie Pennington Dies at Age of 42
Minnie Pennigton, 519 Martin St., died in the Veterans' Administration Hospital in Denver Wednesday, Aug. 30, after several years of failing health. She was 42.
Born Dec. 30, 1918, in Memphis, Mo., she came to Longmont with her family in 1927, and lived here except for two years residence in Loveland.
Mrs. Pennington served in the Women's Army Corps in World War II from 1942 until 1945, at which time, on Oct. 25, she was married to Haskell Pennington, who survives.
Also surviving are a son Randy, daughter Sherry, three brothers, Carl McKinney of Lyons, John McKinney of Pine, and Roy McKinney of Jamestown; and two sister, Mrs. Leota Dugger and Mrs. Ima Farhner, both of Longmont, and her mother, Mrs. Iva McKinney, Longmont.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Lewellen Funeral Home, the Rev. Talmage Page officiating. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. 
MCKINNEY, Minnie Louise (I1549)
Miss Earline Calta and John M. Hatcher to Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Calta, 720 East Davenport street, today are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter , Miss Earline EmaLee, to Mr. John M. Hatcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hatcher, Route 5.

Miss Calta is a student at City High school, and her fiance, a graduate of City High school, is engaged in farming. The bride-to-be has been teaching a class of piano pupils for some time. 
Family F5500
Miss Elsie Vanskiver fo this place and Edward Lea of Lanark were married at the residence of John Vanskiver, uncle of the bride, Wednesday, December 18. We wish them a long and happy life. Both have hosts of friends in this vicinity who join in the good wishes. 
Family F1356
MISSOULA - Dick was reunited with his beloved wife on Monday, May 10, 2010, at St. Patrick Hospital, with his family by his side.

Jerome Dixon was born in Inglewood, Calif., to Nettie and Rollo MacDougall on July 6, 1923. Because his father died when Dick was only 4 months old, his mother moved back to McVille, N.D., with a toddler and a baby.

Dick was a printer by trade and operated several small-town newspapers with his mother and stepfather. After he graduated from high school in Leeds, N.D., he went to a year of trade school in Wahpeton, N.D.

He met and married Ethel Kippley in 1944. They had 47 wonderful years together and were blessed with three daughters.

Dick and Ethel owned and operated The Terry Tribune in eastern Montana for eight years. After selling the newspaper and moving back to Missoula, he worked for the U of M Journalism Department, and later for Artcraft.

He was a survivor of 70 years of Crohn's disease, which required a great endurance and willingness to accept a severely limited diet without his favorite foods. We were all lucky to have him with us as long as we did.

Dick was very talented and a clever problem solver. He became a proficient carpenter, electrician and mechanic. He put up his own kitchen cabinets using a large car jack when he was in his 70s. He also built a six-car garage when he was 80. He could do just about anything he set his mind to. He loved old cars, company, his place in the country, and extended family gatherings. He treasured the MacDougall Clan reunions. He was an active member of the Old Car Club for many years.

He maintained a strong ethic of fairness and honesty his whole life.

Dick was preceded in death by his wife Ethel, an infant son, his parents, a son-in-law Ron Weber, and one grandaughter, Kamela Weber.

Survivors include a brother, Robert Douglas (Doug and Ingrid) in Mandeville, La.; daughters, Candyce Weber at his home, Sandra O'Rourke (John) of Vancouver, Wash., and Moira MacDougall (John Cramer) of Missoula; nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, May 21, at St Ann Church in Bonner.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Poverello Center or to the charity of your choice.

Posted in Obituaries on Tuesday, May 18, 2010 2:00 am 
MACDOUGALL, Jerome Dixon (I2688)
Mrs. A. C. Wilson
A retired schoolteacher, Mrs. Arthur C. Wilson, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. O. F. (Pearle) Bilhorn, Amherst, with whom she been residing. She had been in ill health for five years.

Mrs. Wilson, who was 88 years old, was born Sept. 17, 1878, in the Town of Lanark, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Fryar. The former Zelle Fryar, she married Arthur C. Wilson July 9, 1906, in Amherst.

The couple moved to Fond du Lac, and lived in Neenah and Menasha before returning to Amherst in 1911. Mr. Wilson, a freight and passenger agent for the Soo Line Railroad, died in 1935.

Mrs. Wilson, a member of the Amherst Methodist Church, was a charter member of the church's Woman's Society of Christian Service, and a 50-year member of the Waupaca Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star.

She is survived by her daughter; one son, Hollis, Amherst; one grandson and two great-granddaughters. Five sisters, her husband parents preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held at the Methodist Church at Amherst, with the time and date pending. The Rev. Joseph Warner will officiate, and burial will follow in the Greenwood Cemetery there.

The body is at the Jungers Funeral Home, Amherst. 
FRYAR, Zelle L. (I3891)
Mrs. Bill Grunewald rites held Monday
Mrs. William (Cleo May) Grunewald, 63, died Friday at the Windom Area Hospital.
She had been in failing health due to diabetes for about five years and moved to the Sogge Home a few weeks ago after she began to lose her sight. Death came as the result of a stroke.
Funeral services were held Monday at the American Lutheran Church, the Rev. A. I. Kvamme and Rev. Joseph Nystuen officiating.
Music was provided by Mrs. Clayton Owen, organist, and the Gospelaires. Ushers were Leroy Besser and Noel Hoffman.
Pallbearers were Lenhart Thompson, John Berge, Jack Schaffer, Jim Donahue, Darrell Goeman and Alan Staples. Interment was in Lakeview Cemetery.
Mrs. Grunewald was born May 26, 1914 at Bingham Lake, the daughter of Edward and Achsah Fricke. She grew up in the community and was married October 29, 1932 to William Grunewald.
They made their home in Windom, where Mrs. Grunewald workded with her husband in the operation of a gravel business.
Surviving besides her husband are two daughters, Mrs. Calmer (Cynthia) Hanson and Mrs. Kenneth (Mary Lou) Walinga, both of WIndom; a son, Edward, of Windom; 10 grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. C. Martin Hanson, also of Windom.

(Clipping obtained from Cottonwood County Historical Society obituary file.) 
FRICKE, Cleo (I4332)
Mrs. Carrie Howard Van Skiver
Mrs. Carie Howard Van Skiver, 76, a resident of the town of Amherst for more than 50 years, died Monday evening at her home after an illness of six months.

Mrs. Van SKiver, whose maiden name was Carrie Howard, was born on June 13, 1858, in the town of Plover. She was married to John Van Skiver on November 15, 1877, and had lived in the town of Amherst since.

Mrs. Van Skiver was a member of the Women's Relief corps.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ed Sheppard of WIsconsin Rapids and Mrs. Bert Miller of Ogdensburgh, one son, Lyal Van Skiver at home, one sister, Mrs. E. G. Smith, 1124 Mary street, and four grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon at her home and at 2 o'clock at the Methodist church. Rev. C. E. Olson officiated and burial was in Greenwood cemetery. 
HOWARD, Carrie E. (I1107)
Mrs. Caryl Radke

NORTH AUGUSTA -- Mrs. Caryl M. Radke, 77, of 712 Stanton Drive, died Saturday, April 10, 1999, at University Hospital.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Rowland Funeral Home with the Rev. Terry Phillips officiating. Burial will be in Pineview Memorial Gardens.

Mrs. Radke, a native of Madison, Wis., was a homemaker. She was a member of St. John United Methodist Church, Augusta, where she was a member of the United Methodist Women and was a former Sunday school teacher.

Her family said, "Caryl had a loving and generous spirit. She loved her family and her church. She spent much of her time being a caregiver to friends."

Survivors include two daughters, Janice R. Covar and Julie R. Seals, both of North Augusta; a brother, Walter K. Mickelson Jr., Albuquerque, N.M.; a sister, Janet Mildenberg, Raleigh, N.C. ;and four grandchildren.

Pallbearers will be Donald Edmunds, Dan Griggs, Pat DeLoach, Greg Goodwin, Dale Kuhle and Curtis Adams.

Memorials may be made to St. John United Methodist Church Organ Fund, 736 Greene St., Augusta, GA 30901.

Friends may call at the residence.

The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
MICKELSON, Caryl Marian (I2769)
Remains of Pioneer of Amherst Are Laid to Rest in Greenwood Cemetery Near There
(By Special Correspondent)
Amherst, July 5 - The announcement of the passing away of one of Amherst's early day residents, was received here Saturday morning, when the message came that Mrs. Estile Wilson of Ashland, who had hovered between life and death for two weeks and whose death had been hourly expected was no more.
The body arrived here Sunday afternoon and was taken to the home of Richard Wilson, who is a brother-in-law of the deceased lady, accompanied by the widower, one son, Albert Wilson and wife and daughter, Victoria, and Mrs. Clara Sanders and daughter, Beulah.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the M.E. church, conducted by Rev. J.J. Gelling of Parfreyville, Waupaca county. Mrs. Wilson had been ill for some time but had only been confined to her bed the past three weeks. Cause of her death was cancer of the stomach.
Sarah McLaughlin was born at Knowlton, Wis., February 14, 1857. October 18 1874, she was married to Estile Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson of Amherst, and for a number of years they resided here. About 35 years ago they moved to Fifield, but the past 20 years have lived at Ashland.
Three children were born to them, Mabel Newton of Morse, Wis., Albert J. Wilson of Spooner, and Clara Sanders of Ashland. She also leaves 13 grandchildren.
Besides her immediate family she has a large number of relatives here; John Van Skiver is an uncle of Mrs. Wilson's and there are several cousins besides hosts of friends who learned to love and respect her during her early life here.
She was of a modest, refined disposition and lived entirely for her home and her loved ones. Burial took place in Greenwood cemetery by the side of her mother.
MCLAUGHLIN, Sarah Ann (I23)
Mrs. Ida Niemi Rites Are Held On Saturday
Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Niemi, 74, resident of Brimson, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Johnson funeral home with Rev. Thomas Smith of Duluth officiating. Interment was made in the Brimson cemetery.
Mrs. Niemi died Thursday, June 1, at St. Paul, Minn. She was born Jan. 10 in Pernio Aimon Tato, Finland, Europe.
She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Harry McKinney, Brimson; a stepbrother, Arthur Sarni; a stepsister, Mary Beck, both of Finland, Europe; two aunts, Mrs. Lydia Ahonen, Duluth, and Mrs. Edla Simola, Brimson, and one granddaughter. 
HALLA, Ida Agneta Ek (I1646)
Mrs. John Aho, 61, pioneer resident of Palmers community, died Saturday night in the Two Harbors hospital, following a short illness. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Johnson chapel, Two Harbors. The Rev. E.E. Torko, Duluth, will officiate, with interment in Palmers cemetery. Born Aug. 1, 1884, in Finland, the deceased had resided in Palmers community for 35 years. Surviving are her husband; a brother, Sam Niemi, Brimson, and a sister in Finland. 
LALIA, Helvi Elina Eliantytär Koski (I2941)
Mrs. Madge Miller
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday for Mrs. Madge Miller, 87, Route 1, Stevens Point, who died on Friday at 11 a.m. at St. Michael's Hospital. She had been in ill health for the past seven months.

The funeral services will be held at the Jungers Funeral Chapel at Amherst, with the Rev. Lyndon Liel of the United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be made in Greenwood Cemetery at Amherst.

Friends may call at the funeral chapel after 4 p.m. on Sunday.

Mrs. Miller, the former Madge Van Skiver, was born on Aug. 28, 1885, at Amherst, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Van Skiver. She lived in the Amherst area all of her life. She was married in 1915 at Amherst to Bert D. Miller, who died in 1955. Mrs. Miller had been resideing in recent years with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller, at Route 1, Stevens Point.

She is survived by her son, Gordon; a daughter, Mrs. Orville (Lorna May) Benjamin, Stoughton; 15 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren, and one brother, Lyal Van Skiver, Tucson, Ariz.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one son, a brother and three sisters. 
VANSKIVER, Madge Loraine (I3851)
Mrs. Math Schnurer passed away Sunday morning at 6:15 at her home in Agram township at the age of 46 years. She suffered a stoke about ten days ago.
Mary Otremba was born at Pierz April 8, 1887 and was married to Mr. Schnurer at Pierz about 25 years ago. Surviving are the husband and the following sons and daughters: Frank, New Ulm; Adeline of Rice, and William, Reinhard, Irene, Florence, Lenona, Elmer (s/b Eleanor), and Cecelia all at home. Her mother, Mrs. Rose Otremba and two brothers, Joseph and August Otremba of Pierz and a sister, Mrs. William Kippley of Beach, N.D., also survive.
Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at St. Joseph;s church in Pierz and burial made in the church cemetery. 
OTREMBA, Mary Josephine (I82)
Pioneer Passes Away In The Ninety-third Year Of Her Age

Mrs. Phoebe Wilson, widow of the late William Wilson, the last of the original settlers on the land on and near where the village of Amherst is located, passed awasy at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. F. Haertel, 218 Mill street, at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wilson had been in failing health, due to old age, for a little upwards of a year and had been confined to her bed at the home of her daughter, since about the last of August. Notwithstanding her advanced years the deceased retained her faculties, with the exception of her speech which was lost about three days agao, up to the time of her death.
Phoebe Fleming was born in Trenton, N.J. On December 27, 1824, and was the last member of a family of seven children. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. THomas Fleming, have long since passed to the great beyond. On June 8, 1850, at Southport, N.Y. she was united in marriage to William Wilson. In the spring of 1853 they removed to Wisconsin and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson located with other well known families, the Flemings, Allens, and Wilmots, on a farm near Amherst, upon which Mrs. Wilson resided up to the time of her removal to this city. Mr. Wilson passed away on December 30, 1898. The first break in the family of her children occured in the death of Mrs. Foley, which took place last June. The surviving children are Robert and Thomas Wilson of this city, Estile, Ashland, Richard and Henry, Amherst, and Mrs. C. F. Haertel of this city. She also leaves seventeen grandchildren and twenty-nine grea grandchildren.
Mrs. Wilson was a devout member of the Methodist church and Rev. Gelling pastor of the Methodist church of Amherst, of whom whe was very fond, will conduct a short prayer service at the Haertel home in this city at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, after which the remains will be taken to Amherst where services will be held in the church at 3 o'clock, interment following in the village cemetery.
FLEMING, Phoebe (I844)
Mrs. Pillatzki Dies Following Long Illness

Funeral services for Mrs. Wilbert (Beryl) Pillatzki, 54, of Revillo, were held Monday morning in the Church of the Annunciation with Fr. John McMullen officiating. Mrs. Pillatzki died Friday at St. Ann's Hospital, Watertown. She had been ill since October of 1982 with cancer.
Born Oct. 23, 1928, at Mallard, Iowa, she was the daughter of George and Madge (Alexander) Douglas. She moved to Troy witlh her parents in 1934 and attended school there. She attended Strandburg High School. In 1968 she received her GED diploma for completion of high school at Milbank.
On June 14, 1949, she married Wilbert Pillatzki at Waverly. After their marriage the couple lived at Revillo and on a farm in Adams Township, Grant County. They were the parents of six children.
Mrs. Pillatzki was a member of the Annunciation Church of Revillo. She was baptized and confirmed in the Catholic faith in the Annunciation Church. A member of the church's Altar Society, she was also a member of the Grant County ARC.
Surviving are her husband, Wilbert; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Ann Hall, Brookings, Mrs. Dennis (Susan) Ebbers, Watertown, and Mrs. Charles (Diane) Hall, Hattiesburg, Miss.; three sons, Wilbert, Jr., LaBolt, Clarence W., Watertown, and Stephen J., Revillo; 10 grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Reuben (Charlotte) Koustrup, Watertown, and Mrs. Homer (Delores) Lehman, Afton, Wis. She was preceded in death by her parents, four brothers and one sister.
The pallbearers were Terry Brandenburg, Lawrence Pillatzki, Donald Pillatzki, Steven Koustrup, David Washburn, and Bruce Douglas. Burial was in St. James Catholic Cemetery, Nassau, Minn. The Mundwiler Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
A scripture and rosary service was held at the Annunciation Church Sunday evening. 
DOUGLAS, Beryl Ruth (I6585)
Mrs. William G. Ullrich, 80, lifelong Janesville resident, died this morning in her home at 509 E. Milwaukee St.
Veronica Templin was born her Nov. 10, 1888, and was married in St. Mary Catholic church Nov. 7, 1906. She was a memberof St. Mary's Church. Her husband preceased her.
Surviving are four sons, Frank, Orient,S.D., Edward, Beloit, William, Harvard, Ill., and Harry, Janesville: six daughters, Mrs. Mary Singletary and Mrs. Ross Michael, both of Janesville, Mrs. Elwin Ridge, Whitewater, Mrs. Herman Yahnke, Edgerton, Mrs. Joseph Staver, Harvard; 38 grandchildren; 58 great-grandchildren; a sister Mrs. Henry Urbanowski, Janesville.
Services will be Monday at 9:30 a.m. in Whitcomb Funeral Home and at 10 in St. Mary Church, with burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening at the funeral home where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday.

Janesville Daily GAzette- Friday, Nov. 22, 1968. 
TEMPLIN, Veronica (I9537)
Mrs. Wollschlager Dead; Last Rites At St. Michael Church
Mrs. Mathilda Wollschlager, widow of the late Theodor Wollschlager, passed away at her home in this city Thursday evening, February 7, following and illness of several weeks. She suffered an apopletic stroke in January and from this she never recovered.
Mathilda Wollschlager was born in the eastern part of Germany on the 5th day of April 1861, and was at the time of her death nearly 74 years old. She was united in marriage to Theodor Wollschlager in 1878 and in 1900 they came from Germany to this country and located in Big Stone, South Dakota, where they lived until 1915, when they moved to Madison, which has been the family home since. Her husband preceded her in death on the 23rd of March 1923.
Thirteen children were born to them, two of whom died in infancy. Herman, the youngest son, died two years ago. The surviving children are Frances (Mrs. August Tasto), Martha (Mrs. August Nitz), of Big Stone, SD., John, living south of Madison, Frank, of Van Hook, N.D., Alois of near Rosen, Bruno, of Reville, S.D., Annie (Mrs. Otto Nester), of Detroit Lakes, Minn., Mary, at home, Agnes (Mrs.A.J. Plathe) of Bellingham, Helen (Sister Pancreatia) in convent at Mankato, the two last named being twins. They also had 44 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held in St. Michael's Catholic church Monday morning and were attended by a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends.mass was in charge of Father Karl Wohlfohrt. The following served as pallbearers: William Elsen, Gerhard Herriges, Ernest Hammes, John Bormann, Mike Bormann and Charles Siebenand.
VOELZ, Mathilda (I5552)
Name and complete address of nearest relative or friend in country whence alien came: Gd Father Mr Hudel Mitahy Byhnice Moravia Czechoslovakia 
GAJDOSIK, Celestine A. (I9761)
Name: Martin Sikozinsky (Shikenjansky)
Departure Date: 4 Apr 1883 Destination: New York
Estimated birth year: abt 1850 Age Year: 33 Gender: mannlich (Male)
Family: Household members
Residence: Koselitz, Preußen (Germany)
Occupation: Arbeiter

Ship Name: Polaria Captain: Haberlandt Shipping line: Edward Carr
Ship Type: Dampfschiff Accommodation: ohne Angabe Ship Flag: Deutschland
Port of Departure: Hamburg
Port of Arrival: New York

Volume: 373-7 I, VIII A 1 Band 048 A Page: 389 Microfilm Roll Number: K_1729 
PIETRUSZEWSKI, Rosalia (I9290)
Go.Mich. Mitzner
Event Type: Immigration
Event Date: 08 Aug 1855
Event Place: Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Age: 32
Birthplace: Germany
Occupation: Unknown
Ship Name: Itzstein & Welcker
Birth Year (Estimated): 1823
Departure Port: Bremen
Literacy:«tab» Unknown
Destination Place: Pittsburg
Affiliate Manifest ID: 00015184
Affiliate ARC Identifier: 1746067 
METZNER, Michael (I9883)
Name:«tab»Augustus Lutze / Arrival Date: 5 Jan 1854 / Birth Date: abt 1842 / Age: 12 / Gender: Male / Ethnicity/ Nationality: German /Place of Origin: Germany / Port of Departure: London, England / Destination: USA
Port of Arrival: New York, New York, USA / Ship Name: Patrick Henry
Source Citation
Year: 1854; Arrival: New York, New York, USA; Microfilm Serial: M237, 1820-1897; Line: 47; List Number: 13

Source Information New York, Passenger and Crew Lists (including Castle Garden and Ellis Island), 1820-1957 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2010. 
LUDKE, August Julius (I12309)
Name:«tab»Stephen C Burk
Issue Date: 22 May 1829
Acres: 80 Meridian: 2nd PM State: Indiana County: Putnam Township: 15-N Range: 5-W Section: 10
Accession Number:«tab»IN1010__.405 Land Office: Crawfordsville
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566) Document Number: 7462 
BURK, Stephen C. (I10282)
Name:«tab»Stephen C Burk
Issue Date: 22 May 1829
Acres: 80 Meridian: 2nd PM State: Indiana County: Putnam Township: 15-N Range: 5-W Section: 9
Accession Number:«tab»IN1020__.365 Land Office: Crawfordsville
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566) Document Number: 7929 
BURK, Stephen C. (I10282)
Neil A. Radke, 45, Makinen, died Friday, March 4, 1993, in Virginia Regional Medical Center. He was born in Bigfork and grew up and attended school in Park Rapids. He attended college in Mayville, N.D., and St. Paul. He lived in Minneapolis before moving to Makinen. He was a team leader of Dike Services with USX Corp. He was a member of the Makinen Fire Department, Cotton Baseball League as coach, Cotton PTA, Cotton Band Boosters and the Cotton Boy Scouts. Survivors include his wife, Shirley of Makinen; three daughters, Annette Wilton of Brookston, Shannon Radke of Cloquet and Heather Radke of Makinen; a son, Justin of Makinen; his mother, Randalyn Radke of Champlin, Minn., two brothers, L. James of Champlin and Eric of Hampton, Minn.; two sisters, Alice Lynn Jackson of Champlin and Ella Jean Radke of Koloa, Hawaii; and two granddaughters. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Range Funeral Home in Virginia and will continue from 9 until the 10 a.m. services Monday at the funeral home. Burial will be in the Makinen Cemetery. 
RADKE, Neil Alan (I49)
Archie Ray Burnett
(November 20, 1919 - September 28, 2009)
Archie Ray Burnett

Ray Burnett, age 89, died September 28, 2009 at his daughters home in Berwick, Iowa. He was born the son of Clarence and Amanda (Paris) Burnette on November 20, 1919 in Lancaster, Missouri. Ray attended the Schyler County Schools.

On August 29, 1941 he was united in marriage to Madalin "Ruth" McCoy, and later divorced.

Ray is preceded in death by: his parents; sons, Lloyd and Douglas Burnett; daughter, Marilyn Satterfield.

He is survived by: daughter, Vivian and her husband, Daryl Poole of Berwick, Iowa; sons, Roger and his wife, Marlene Burnett of Hiawatha, Iowa, Earl and his wife, Toni Burnett of Apache Junction, Arizonia, C.W. and his wife, Karen Burnett of Kenny, Illinois; brother, Junior McKinney of Moulton, Iowa, twelve grandchildren and twenty-eight great grandchildren.

Graveside Funeral Service will be held Friday, October 2, 2009 at 3 pm at the Camp Grounds Cemetery in Downing, Missouri with Rev. Doug Goodson officiating. Visitation will be held on Friday, October 2, 2009 from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm at the Scmidt Family Funeral Home in Centerville, Iowa.

Memorials have not been established at this time. The Schmidt Family Funeral Home of Centerville, Iowa is caring for Ray and his family and condolences can be sent at: 
BURNETT, Archie Raymond (I1348)
Donald E. Drake
Donald Eugene Drake, 62, of 852 Fifth avenue SE, driver for the Century Cab Co. and a Cedar Rapids resident 35 years, died Sunday following a sudden illness. He was born near Lamont Dec. 8, 1905.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Delbert Sturtz of Cedar Rapids, and two grandchildren.
Services: Beatty-Beurle funeral home at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday by the Very Rev. Canon D. A. Loferski of St. John's Episcopal church. Burial Oakland cemetery, Manchester. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p.m. Monday. 
DRAKE, Donald Eugene (I1489)
Earl Berner
Visitation for Earl F. Berner, 76 of Kankakee, will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Clancy-Gernon Furneral Home, Bourbonnais.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home. The Rev. Randy Van Fossan will officiate.
Burial will be in Kankakee Memorial Gardens.
Memorials may be made for family wishes.
Mr. Berner died Sunday (Jan. 29, 1995) at Riverside Medical Center, following an extended illness.
He was born Dec. 20, 1918, in Rock City, Iowa, the son of William and Pearl Berner.
Surviving are his wife, the former Viola Jones, whom he married Mach 1, 1938; two daughters and on son-in-law, Thelma Peters of Bradley and Shirley and Marshall Miller of Sun City, Ariz.; one daughter-in-law, Lillian Berner of Tomah, Wis.; six grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Dorothy Mannuel of Bourbonnais and Elma Buchan of Sacramento, Calif.
A son, Larry, and one brother are deceased.
Mr. Brenner was a retired auto mechanic. He performed small engine repair and enjoyed working on CB radios.
He was a member fo Grace Community United Methodist Church.
BERNER, Earl Fredrich (I5894)
Lowell Fuller
Lowell (Pete) Fuller, 67, 115 Thirteenth street SE, a Cedar Rapids resident the last 39 years, died late Friday following a sudden illness.
Born May 8, 1907, in Emerson, he was employed in the service department of Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. for 37 years prior to his retirement.
Surviving in addition to his wife, Clara, are a step-daughter, Mrs. Delbert Sturtz; four grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Elma Boone, Covina, Calif., and a brother, Frank Fuller, Sterling, Colo.
Services: 1:30 Wednesday at Turner chapel east. Burial Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner's east until 1 p.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. 
FULLER, Lowell Lester (I1484)
Chief Clerk William Henry Broome of the Eighth division, recently acting Deputy Collector of Customs, died in Brooklyn yesterday. The position of Deputy Collector was offered to Mr. Broome, but he declined to accept it. The Eighth division, it may be remembered, has charge of the public stores. The deceased, who a native of this State, was a grandson of General Broome, of Revolutionary fame, and a brother of Colonel Broome, so long in command of the Brooklyn Marines. He entered the Custom House in March, 1855, under Collector Maxwell, as a clerk, and by close attention to his duties gradually rose until on November 1, 1869, he was appointed Chief Clerk of the Eighth. He was a remarkably strict disciplinarian and demanded of all his subordinates the closest attention to their duties. He died at No. 97 Park avenue, Brooklyn, somewhat suddenly, of pneumonia and pleurisy, and at the time of his death was forty-four years of age.
BROOME, William Henry (I4396)
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NEITIS, Mathew Joseph (I2949)
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NEITIS, Mathew Joseph (I2949)
Page 6a Col. 2
Deaths And Funerals
John H. Radke
North Augusta -- John H. Radke died Friday, July 22, 1988, in University Hospital, Augusta.
Mr. Radke, 67, resided at 712 Stanton Drive.
The funeral will take place at 3 p.m. tomorrow in St. John's United Methodist Church, Augusta, with the Revs. William G. Edwards, Ralph Devereaux and Scobie Branson officiating. Burial, with Masonic Rites, is to be in Pineview Memorial Gardens.
Mr. Radke was a native of Scott County and lived in North Augusta 35 years. He was Navy veteran of World War II. He was a senior chemist for Du Pont. He was a member of St. John's Methodist Church. He was a 33rd Degree Scottish Rite Mason and a member of Acacia Masonic Lodge.
Surviving are his widow, Caryl M. Radke; two daughters, Janice R. Covar and Julie R. Seals, North Augusta; a sister, Ruth R. Bartholow, St. Louis Park, Minn.; and a brother, Dr. Robert Radke, Milan, Minn.
Pallbearers are to be John Eckenroth, Jim Paschal, Charles Bailey, Charles Casey, Earl Blakely and Joe Barrs.
Honorary pallbearers are to be members of Acacia Masonic Lodge and other Masons.
Memorials may be made to Scottish Rite Children's Hospital, Jernigan Oncology Unit of University Hospital, Augusta, or to St. John's United Methodist Church.
The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight at Posey's Funeral Home, North Augusta.
RADKE, John Henry (I2768)
Page 6a Col. 3
Deaths And Funerals
John H. Radke
North Augusta-- The funeral for John H. Radke will take place at 3 p.m. today in St. John's United Methodist Church, Augusta.
The Revs. William G. Edwards, Ralph Devereaux and Scobie Branson are to officiate. Burial, with Masonic Rites, is to be in Pineview Memorial Gardens.
Mr. Radke, 67, who resided at 712 Stanton Drive, died Friday, July 22, 1988.
Memorials may be made to Scottish Rite Children's Hospital, Jernigan Oncology Unit of University Hospital, Augusta, or to St. John's United Methodist Church.
RADKE, John Henry (I2768)
Pearl M. Brugger of Bloomingdale
Services for Pearl M. Brugger (nee Anderson), formerly of Fountain City, Wis., will be held at 7 p.m. today, at Salerno's Rosedale Chapels, 450 W. Lake St. (3/4 mile west of Bloomingdale/Roselle Road), Roselle. Private burial will be in Winona, Minn.
She was the beloved wife of the late Robert F.; devoted mother of Jean Corbeil Slivka and Frances (Philip Lynch) Goodwin; fond grandmother of William R. (Eileen) and Joseph Goodwin, Patricia (Dino) Marino, Gerald (Janice) Corbeil and Donna (Gerry) Kuffel; and great-grandmother of eight.
Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. today, at the funeral chapel.
Please omit flowers.
For information, (630) 889-1700.
Edition: Cook/DuPage/Fox Valley/Lake/McHenry
Page: 10
Copyright (c) 2000 Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) 
ANDERSON, Pearl Mae (I8868)
Ray Burnett
Ray Burnett, 89, of Centerville passed away Monday, Sept. 28, 2009 at his daughter's home in Berwick, Iowa.
Graveside services will be held on Friday, Oct. 2 at 3 p.m. at Camp Grounds Cemetery in Downing, Mo.
A visitation will be held on Friday, Oct. 2 prior to the burial from 12-2 p.m. with famiy present at Schmidt Family Funeral Home in Centerville.
The Schmidt Family Funeral Home of Centerville is caring for Ray and his family at this time. Condonlences can be sent at 
BURNETT, Archie Raymond (I1348)
Reported home on leave Monday was:
Airman Ronald L. Pagles, son of Arthur T. Pagles, 4322 Mt. Vernon road SE, for 30 days from the crew of the aircraft carrier Yorktown. He recently returned from eight months in the Far East. 
PAGLES, Ronald Lee (I1492)
Reported home on leave Tuesday were:
Airman Apprentice Ronald L. Pagles, son of Arthur J. Pagles, 4322 Mr. Vernon road SE, for 14 days enroute from San Diego naval training center to aviation electrician's mate school at Jacksonville, Fla. 
PAGLES, Ronald Lee (I1492)
Rhonda Gaye Holland

CLEVELAND - Rhonda Gaye Holland, 54, entered into rest on Tuesday, November 22, 2011.

Rhonda was born on October 30, 1957 in Macon, Georgia. She was manager of First Franklin Financial Corporation and was of the Baptist faith. Rhonda will always be cherished as a wife, sister, aunt, and great-aunt. Her parents, Buford Roberts and Mary June Roberts-Walker, preceded her in death.

Her memory will forever be treasured by her loving husband of twenty-six years, Guy Holland; sister, Debra Diane Vinson; niece, Stephanie Diane (Scott) Chambers; and great-niece, Brianna Diane Chambers.

A graveside service will be held at 2 P.M. on Monday, November 28, 2011 in Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. Chaplain Todd Shearin will officiate. In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully suggests memorial donations be given to the American Cancer Society, 804 Cherry Street, Suite A, Macon, GA 31201.

Go to to sign the Online Registry for the family. -McCullough Funeral Home and Crematory has charge of arrangements.

Copyright (c) 2011 The Macon Telegraph 
ROBERTS, Rhonda Gaye (I9591)
Richard L. Raasch:
59, of 7137 6th Street, Stevens Point, died Wednesday, August 8, 2012 after battling an illness at Ministry St. Michael's Hospital. He was born on September 10, 1952 in Janesville. He is the son of Bernice (Green) Gruba and the late Lawrence Raasch.

He entered the service on January 11, 1972, serving during the Vietnam War. He was a Sergeant in the Air Force. He received the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award Medal and the Air Force Good Conduct Medal.
He was honorably discharged on February 4, 1977.

His marriage to Elizabeth Nagorski took place on August 15, 1992 in Stevens Point. Richard worked for Kraze Trucking in Amherst as a truck driver. He was a member of the VFW Plover Post 10262. He enjoyed music, especially Elvis, motorcycles and restoring classic cars.

Survivors include his wife: Elizabeth Raasch of Stevens Point. Children: Michelle (Andrew) Campbell of Janesville, Melissa (Carlos) Duque of Virginia Beach, Virginia, Lisa Raasch of Stevens Point, Laurie Raasch of Plover, Lacey Hintz of Kaukauna, Joshua DeKeyser of Stevens Point, and Ali Raasch of Stevens Point. Also survived by 14 grandchildren.

Funeral Service 11:00 a.m. Monday, August 13, 2012 at the Pisarski/Dzikoski Funeral Home, 703 Second Street, Stevens Point. Deacon Vernon Linzmeier officiating. Visitation on Monday from 9:00 a.m. until time of service with full military honors to follow the service. VFW ritual at 10:00 a.m. Monday at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorials in Richard's name will be established at a later date. For online condolences, please visit 
RAASCH, Richard Lawrence (I12745)
Services for Mrs. Marie Radke, 85, who died at a local hospital Monday, May 3, as a result of cerebral thrombosis, were held from Klein's Mortuary at 2 p.m. yesterday (Wednesday) Rev. Herbert Dustafson, Pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, conducted the service and burial was in Green Hill cemetery. Pallbearers were Fred Palmer, Oscar Swanlind, Hilding Bonderson, Chris Keltgen, Rudy Heyn and Melvin Nygard. Mrs. Radke had made her home in this community for more than 30 years. She was twice married, one of her husbands being the late William Boethin. She is survived by two sons and two daughters, one of whom is Mrs. Art Harris of this city. She also leaves one sister. 
GRAF, Marie Luise (I1100)

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