Gahan, Elizabeth Ann. Elizabeth Ann Gahan, age 72, died on Saturday, Sept. 6, 2003 peacefully at home. She was born in Boscobel on Feb. 5, 1931, a daughter of the late Clement and Lucy (Vining) Kane. She attended the Baraboo schools and furthered her education at the UW-Madison, majoring in nursing and criminal justice. Elizabeth was a nurse at Mendota and Dane County Mental Health. She was united in marriage to Edward J. Gahan on Sept. 10, 1955 at St. Mary of the Lake in Westport. Elizabeth had a love of libraries, books, animals and her Irish heritage. She is survived by: a daughter, Bridget Kim Gorman (Jim Fredenberg) of Monona; a son, Jack Ivan Gahan of McFarland; two grandchildren, Shannon Gorman of Wisconsin Dells/DeForest and Erin Gorman of DeForest; sisters, Margaret (Harry) Jantz of Baraboo and Mary (Norman) Zamel of Malibu, Calif. She is further survived by several nieces, nephews and special friends from the Baraboo, Madison and McFarland areas. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Edward, in 1991; her mom, dad and step-mom Marabeth. Funeral services will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 10 at Olson-Holzhuter-Cress, McFarland. Friends may greet the family from 4 p.m. until the time of service on Wednesday. A celebration of Elizabeth's life will follow the service at the Maple Tree Restaurant. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the family for a memorial fund to be established at a later date. A special thank you to Dr. Michael Frontiera and HospiceCare.
Gall, Lila A. Lila A. Gall, Orlando, Florida, a former Rock Springs resident, died Thurday, March 24, 1988 at her home in Orlando. She was born on September 22, 1903 in Freedom Township of Sauk County to Jack W. and Martha (Hinz) Meyers. She married Emil R. Gall on June 14, 1922 in St. John's Lutheran church of Rock Springs. Survivors include her husband, Emil, Orlando; one son, Donald, Tampa; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren and one brother, LaMorne Meyers, Lake City, Florida. Funeral services will be held on Friday, April 1, in the Gant Funeral Home at 10 a.m. with Rev. David Hein officiating. Burial will be made in St. John's cemetery of Rock Springs. Friends may call after 6 p.m. on Thursday at the Gant Funeral Home.
Gall, Raymond.Raymond Gall, aged 10 months, 6 days, died on Thanksgiving Day, 1909 of convulsions, at the home of his father, Wm. Gall in Ableman. The short, sad life of the child has touched many hearts. At the time of his birth his mother was ill with pneumonia and died soon after. The little fellow was tenderly cared for, many hands being ready to minister to him both for his own sake and the sake of his mother. The little life was spared to be a comfort to the father and a blessing to many until last Thursday. While Mr. Gall was at church, Raymond was taken worse and the father was summoned at 11 A.M., and at 1 o'clock the infant died. The funeral was held Sunday, Rev. Popp officiating. A large crowd of sympathetic friends attended the funeral. The burial was at the Excelsior cemetery.
Gall, Julius. Julius Gall passed away at his home at Ableman on Thursday Aug. 24, 1922 following an illness of eight months duration. Mr. Gall has lived most of his life in Ableman, where he had many friends. Surviving to mourn a devoted husband and father are his wife and two daughters who have the sympathy of the neighborhood. The funeral was held at the Lutheran church Sunday afternoon. Rev. Popp officiating. Those from away were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schultz, Chicago; Mrs. Charles Glassel and son Charles, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Will Giusser, Miss Alvina Oesterle and Mrs. Ed. Modler also of Chicago; Mrs. Guss ________ and two daughters, Madeline and Alvina Wonewoc, Mrs. Nachlack and daughter Dorothy of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. O. Gall Milwauee and many relatives and friends from Baraboo and Reedsburg. "A precious one from us is gone A Voice we loved is stifled, A place is vacant in our home, That never can be filled."
Gall, Daniel. Mr. Daniel Gall, one of Ableman's well-known and highly respected citizens died last Sunday morning at 5 o'clock after an illness of nine days, aged 72 years. The cause of his death was pneumonia. The funeral was held Tuesday forenoon at 11 o'clock at the Lutheran church, of which the deceased was a faithful member, the presiding pastor, Rev. Poff, officiating, and was attended by a large concourse of friends. Mr. Gall was born in Germany and lived there until seventeen years ago, when, with his family he came to America, settling on a farm near Ableman where he remained ever since. Mrs. Gall-a worthy and loving helpmate-died on the 14th of July, nine years ago. Her death proved a severe blow to the family and the deceased frequently referred to her depature and of his hopes of again joining her. Ten children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Gall-six daughters and four sons-and they are all living. They are: William Gall, Mrs. Jacob Geiser, Daniel Gall, Mrs. Wm. Stackman, Mrs. E. Weismann, Paulina, Julius, August, Martha and Minnie Gall. All live in or near Ableman excepting Miss Paulina Gall, who resides in Chicago. Mr. Gall was a devout Christian, a sturdy and honest man, interested in the welfare of his home and family, a good neighbor and friend, and one who will be sadly missed by the sons and daughters and whose departure is sincerely regretted by his neighbors.
Garske, Selma S. (Buelow).Selma S. Garske. age 78, of Sauk City died Monday, September 4, 1989 at Maplewood Nursing Home in Sauk City. She was born in Honey Creek Township on November 6, 1910, the daughter of the late Otto and Albertine (Venske) Buelow. She was married to Edwin Garske on December 15, 1926. Mrs. Garske was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Leland, the ALCW and the Honey Creek Rod & Gun Club. She is survived by two daughters, Delores (Norbert) Baier and Arletta (Roman) Wachter, both of Sauk City; a sister, Viola Lichte of Portage; eight grandsons and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edwin, on March 29, 1986, an infant daughter, a sister and three brothers. Funeral services will be held at St. John's Lutheran Church in Leland at 11 a.m. on Thursday, September 7, 1989, with Pastor Dan Odden officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Wednesday, September 6 at the Gnewikow Funeral Home, Sauk City. Taken from the Reedsburg Paper.
Garske, Frederick. Reedsburg Times Press Thursday, Dec 12, 1946 Frederick Garske, 64, died suddenly at his home on Clark Street on Saturday evening, and his body was found by his sister, Mrs. Anna Schulz of this city on Sunday morning. Death was due to natural causes, according to the report of the county coroner, Dr. O. V. Pawlisch, who said no inquest would be held. Mr. Garske made his home with his sister, but returned to his old home on Clark Street during the day to tend his chickens. Mrs. Schulz became alarmed when she discovered on Sunday morning that her brother had not been home that night, and went in search of him. The funeral was held on Tuesday at 2 pm at the Gant funeral home, conducted by the Reverend F. H. Leschensky, pastor of St John’s Lutheran Church. Burial was in St Peter’s Lutheran Cemetery.
Gehrke, Albert Mrs. Mrs. Albert Gehrke, aged 54 years, who resided near Ableman, died at her home at 11:30 o'clock Thursday forenoon, Dec. 5, 1929, after four weeks of illness of heart trouble. Everything was done to relieve her suffering. Bertha Klitzke was born to Mr. and Mrs. August Klitzke, Dec. 27, 1874, in Panzels, Germany. In 1876 she came with her parents to America. She was confirmed in Reedsburg and joined the St. Peter's Lutheran church. On Sept. 5, 1893, she was united in marriage with Albert Gehrke after which they were members of St. John's Lutheran church at Ableman. Their union was blessed with nine children, William, of Ableman; Mrs. Alma Fuhlbohm, Mrs. Alta Schwenkhoff of Reedsburg; Mrs. Letna Loftsgordon of Madison; Agnes, Meta, George, Reinhold and Harold at home. Mrs. Gehrke was a sincere christian in her church and its services were very dear to her. She was an ideal mother, her first thought always being for her home and children, and they will indeed miss her in numberless ways. Besides her husband and nine children, she also leaves to mourn her loss two grandchildren, Ewalt Fuhlbohm and Delores Gehrke, two sisters, Mrs. Henry Klipp and Mrs. Will Zautke, and five brothers, Albert and Reinhold of Baraboo; George of London, Minnesota and August of Madison. The funeral was held Sunday at St. Johns in Ableman.
Getschmann, Irma E. Irma E. Getschmann, age 96 of North Freedom, died on Wednesday, November 12, 2003 at Our House Assisted Living, Baraboo. Irma was born at home on the family farm in the Town of Baraboo on December 16, 1906. Irma, the eleventh of twelve children born to Karl and Mathilda (Lange) Getschmann, spent her entire life living in North Freedom until she made her home in Baraboo at "Our House" in 2000. Irma attended Far View School and graduated from North Freedom High School in 1925. In 1926 Irma attended Sauk County Normal School, earning her Teacher's Certificate. In the fall of 1926, Irma began her teaching career at a country school teaching all eight grades. In 1929 Irma started teaching primary grades at Lyons School in West Baraboo then at Rock Springs, and lastly at Prairie du Sac. Irma attended many summer schools, night classes, and took correspondence courses working towards her Bachelor of Science degree, which she received in 1952 from UW Platteville. Irma taught the children of Sauk County for 46 years. On April 16, 1922, Irma was baptized at the North Freedom Baptist Church, where she remained a member her entire life. This year, Irma received a certificate of recognition for 81 years of membership. During her membership, Irma served as Superintendent of the North Freedom Baptist Sunday School for over 20 years, had been a Deaconess, a member of the Woman's Mission Society, participated in bible studies, and sang in the church choir. Irma was blessed with many wonderful neighbors that tended to her needs as they arose, namely, Fayette and Bud Knoop, who provided Irma with 29 years of true neighborly friendship. Irma is survived by her nieces and nephews, Alice Mae Ableman of Portage, Adeline Binter of Milwaukee, Jean and Tony Reis of Wauwatosa, Harry and Alyce Johnson of Berlin, Sally and Gari Berliot of Madison, Lloyd and Jane Mechler of Omaha, Neb., and Betty Getschmann of Vermont. In Irma's final years, she was lovingly cared for by her great-nephew, Brian and his wife, Jane Getschmann of Baraboo. She is further survived by many great- and great-great nieces and nephews. Irma was preceded in death by her parents; her siblings, Adelhide A., Benjamin T. (Alice), Ella M. (Alvin) Johnson, William A. (Hazel), Elmer L. (Anna), infant sister, Elfrieda, Harry C., Iva F., Ada M. (Raymond) Mechler, Hazel M. (Theodore) Stoeckmann, and Carl E. (Lois); and two nephews, Carl Johnson and Gerald Getschmann. Funeral services for Irma Getschmann will be held on Friday, November 14, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. at the North Freedom Baptist Church with Pastor Okey Cogar officiating. Interment will be held in the Oak Hill Cemetery in North Freedom. Friends may call on Friday, from 1:00 p.m. until the time of services, at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the North Freedom Elementary School. The Redlin Funeral Home in Baraboo is assisting with arrangements. The family wishes to thank the tireless, compassionate staff of Our House Assisted Living for their incredible show of support and love to our Aunt Irma.
Gibbons, Earl B. Funeral services for Pvt. Earl B. Gibbons, 22, who died in Italy, June 1, 1944, were held Saturday afternoon in the Friends’ church at Valton, with the Rev. Nora Craven officiating, and burial was in the Valton cemetery. Pvt. Gibbons was inducted into the army on May 10, 1943. He received his training at Camp Claiborne, La., and went overseas, to the North African area, in August. Later he went on to Italy. During the Cassino operations, a motor vehicle in which he was riding collided with an English convoy on a hill, on May 25. He was given prompt medical attention and comrades expected his recovery, but he passed away a week later. Memorial services were held on July 16 at Valton Friends’ church, where he had been a faithful and active member. Delegations from the LaValle and Wonewoc Posts of the American Legion, and the LaValle American Legion Auxiliary were present and assisted in the services. Former schoolmates, all ex-service men, were pallbearers. They were Dale Mortimer, Harold Sosinsky, and Donovan Shore of Valton; Norbert Schroeder, Wonewoc; Loren Pearson, LaValle; and Jesse Lewis, Milwaukee. Pvt. Gibbons was a graduate of the Wonewoc High school, class of 1939 and served with the 705 Engineers’ Corps. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gibbons, LaValle, three brothers, Robert of Chicago, Harley of Hillsboro, and Karel of LaValle; one niece and two nephews.
Gibeaut, Agnes (McGraw). Agnes Gibeaut, age 84 of Mauston, Wisconsin died peacefully Sunday, March 23, 2003 at her residence. Memorial graveside funeral services will be held Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at 1:00 P.M. at the Valton Cemetery in Valton, Wisconsin with Reverend Richard Bonney officiating. Agnes was born October 5, 1918 in Clinton, Iowa the daughter of Thomas and Myrtle (Herdendorf) McGraw. She was married to Rollus Gibeaut and he preceded her in death in 1979. Agnes is survived by her sons, Roland and Renold, both of Mauston and Maurie (Elaine) of Pueblo, Colorado; a daughter, Donna Reget of Mauston; grandchildren, Michael (Tammy) Reget, Bryan and Brandon Gibeaut, Terri (Brent) Paulson, and Lance Telfair; and great grandchildren, Dylan Reget and Logan Paulson. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; brothers, Dick and Earl and a sister, Lucille. In lieu of flowers memorials of remembrance in Agnes’ name may be given to the Children’s section of the Hatch Public Library in Mauston.
Gibeaut, Will. Will Gibeaut, son of Charles and Sophia Gibeaut, was born in Woodland Township on October 2, 1883, and passed away late Sunday afternoon, January 27, 1963, at the age of 79 years, three months and 25 days, at the home of his daughter, Norma, where he had resided for the past three years. On February 23, 1910 he was united in marriage to Anna Mosing of the Bethel vicinity, who preceded him in death on June 4, 1940. With the exception of two years spent in LaValle and four years in Wonewoc, his entire life was spent in the Town of Woodland. He was a regular church attendant and had a record of 24 years perfect Sunday School Attendance with the exception of two Sundays when he had strep throat and one Sunday of deep snow. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, January 30, 1963 at 1:30 in the Valton Wesleyan Methodist Church with Rev. Ard Blomberg officiating. Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Titus of Gillingham, Wis., sang, “Beautiful Isle of Somewhere” and “His Eye is On The Sparrow.” Pallbearers were: Harry Jordon, Archie Shore, Kenneth Gibeaut, Donald Woolever, dale Mortimer and Charles Kredl. Mr. Gibeaut is survived by his daughter, Norma; son-in-law, John Mortimer; one sister, Mrs. Ervin Grover of Reedsburg’ one brother, Jesse, of Ironton; many nieces and nephews; and a host of friends, including two little girls, Debbie and Sandy Woolever, whom he dearly loved. Those who attended the funeral from away were: Vivian Gibeaut and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Holt of Belvidere, Ill.; Mrs. Walter Haroldson of Rockford, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gibeaut, Garrith Gibeaut and Maurice Gibeaut of Milwaukee; Mrs. Everall Rockhill of Racine; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Woolever of Waterloo; Mrs. Joe Yunger and children of Madison; Mrs. Mary Gibeaut and son, Obed, of Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mortimer of Dodgeville; Rufus Owens of Baraboo; other relatives and friends from Reedsburg, Cazenovia, Hillsboro, Wonewoc and the surrounding area. (Submitted by Mrs. John Mortimer)
Gibeaut, Jesse.Jesse Gibeaut, 81, Ironton, a retired farmer, died Tuesday (July 17, 1973) in a Reedsburg hospital after a long illness. Surviving are his wife, Emma; two sons, Kenneth and Keith, both of Reedsburg; a sister, Mrs. Ervin Grover, Reedsburg; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Giese, William P. William P. Giese, Baraboo, passed away on Friday, Aug. 2, 2002 at his home at the age of 64. Bill was born on June 15, 1938 in Richland Center, the son of Arthur and Evelyn (nee Hineman) Giese. He married Avonda Meyer on Oct. 3, 1959 at St. Peter's Church in Reedsburg. Bill had worked for Berning Implement in Reedsburg for 10 years. Following that, he was employed by the Town of Baraboo for 33 years. Although he retired in 1999, he continued to work for the Town part-time. Bill enjoyed woodworking and collecting old telephones and insulators. He is survived by his wife, Avonda Giese, Baraboo; his basset hound, Dylan; three brothers, Robert and David Giese, both of Loganville, and Dennis Giese, Prairie du Sac; a niece, Terri Molitor; a great-nephew, Dylan Molitor; aunts, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. today, Wednesday, Aug. 7, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Baraboo with Pastors Deb and Steve Ohrtman officiating. Friends may call today, Wednesday, from 10 a.m. until the time of services at the church. Burial will be in the Rock Hill Cemetery. The Redlin Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements.
Giese, Audrey J.Audrey J. Giese, 77, Rock Springs, lost her courageous battle with cancer but gained eternal life with her Savior on Monday, April 21, 2003, at the Reedsburg Area Medical Center. She was born in Excelsior Township on Nov. 17, 1925, to William and Elise (nee Mueller) Dwars. She attended Ableman School and then graduated from Baraboo High School in 1943. On Oct. 12, 1945, she married Roland W. Giese. They farmed at the Giese Century Farm near Loganville until 1951 and then purchased her parents' Century Farm in Rock Springs. Audrey played an active role in the operation of Granitop Farm, Inc. Audrey worked at the ASCS office for 31 years before retiring. She was active in the community, serving on the Sauk County Board of Adjustment, the Rock Springs History Committee, St. John's Cemetery Board and was also a loyal member of St. John's Lutheran Church. She loved life and all of its challenges. She enjoyed deer hunting, fishing, painting and photography. Her photo of the Van Hise Rock was used on postcards when it received National Landmark Status, which was greatly due to her efforts. She had a great interest in the Westward Expansion and the Custer era of history. She was a member of several national history groups and traveled to conferences annually throughout the country. She was preceded in death by her parents; sister Marjorie; and her husband, Roland. She is survived by her son, John (Diane) Giese, Rock Springs; daughter, Kathleen Giese, Cottage Grove; grandchildren, Elizabeth Witt, Denver, Colo., Katherine Witt, Eau Claire, Pamela (Tyrone) Puttkamer, Baraboo, Jessica and Mark Giese, Rock Springs; great-grandson, Codey Puttkamer, Baraboo; sisters, Laureen (Floyd) Bender, Rock Springs, Joy (Henry) Melton, McFarland; brother-in-law, Alfred Gudenschwager, Hillpoint; nieces and nephews, along with other relatives and friends. Funeral services for Audrey Giese will be conducted at 11 a.m., Friday, April 25 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Rock Springs with Pastor Paul Schroeder officiating. Burial will follow in St. John's Cemetery, Rock Springs. Friends may call on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Farber Funeral Home in Reedsburg and on Friday from 10 a.m., until the time of the service at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials of remembrance may be made to St. John's Lutheran Church, Rock Springs. The Farber Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements.
Giese, Yolanda E. Yolanda E. Giese, 85, Loganville, died on Thursday, Oct. 3, 2002, at the Sauk County Health Care Center, Reedsburg. She was born on June 26, 1917, in Winfield Township, Sauk County, the daughter of Adolph and Hilda (nee Meyer) Lyckberg. On June 22, 1941, Yolanda married Edmond Giese at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Reedsburg. This marriage was blessed with two children. Edmond preceded her in death on Aug. 11, 1987. Yolanda was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Loganville and a Sunday school teacher for over 50 years. Her husband and her parents preceded her in death. She is survived by her son, Peter Giese, Loganville; her daughter, Rachel (John) Niemann, Loganville; grandchildren, Missy Giese, and Nathan and Nicholas Niemann; brother, Clem (Darleen) Lyckberg, St. Petersburg, Fla.; brother-in-law, Alfred Gudenschwager, Hillpoint; sister-in-law, Audrey Giese, Rock Springs; nieces and nephews; along with other relatives and friends. Funeral services for Yolanda Giese will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 7, at St. Peter's Ev. Lutheran Church in Loganville with Pastor Ron Rasmussen officiating. Burial will follow in St. Peter's Cemetery, Loganville. Friends may call on Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Farber Funeral Home in Reedsburg and on Monday from 10 a.m. until the time of the service at the church. Memorials of remembrance may be made to St. Peter's Lutheran Sunday School, Loganville. The Farber Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements.
Gisch, Gertrude T. Gertrude "Gert" T. (Moseler) Gisch, age 92, of Baraboo, Wis., passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 14, 2003, at St. Clare Meadows Care Center. Gertrude was born on January 2, 1911 in the town of Peeksville, Ashland County, Wis., to Leopold and Theresa (Schuster) Bucheger, pioneer settlers of the area. She graduated with honors as Salutatorian from the Glidden High School in 1929 and became Valedictorian at Ashland County Normal in 1931. On June 19, 1935 she married George "Red" Moseler at Most Precious Blood Catholic Church in Glidden, Wis. Gertrude was a teacher for many years before and after her marriage. The family lived in the Glidden and Mellen, Wis. area and also in Ontonagon, Mich. before relocating to Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. in 1947. George "Red" Moseler died on July 24, 1958. On June 8, 1974 she married Mearl Gisch and they resided in West Allis. He preceded her in death on August 23, 1994. She then made her home in Park Falls and Baraboo, Wis. In addition to her husbands, she was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, Henry, Edward and Leopold Bucheger, Jr.; and three sisters, Margaret DeCaire, Josephine Hilgers, and Marie Engelbreth; three sons-in-law, Hank Bellows, Chuck Shanks and Lon Wiggins. She is survived by four daughters and two sons, Joanne Bellows of Wisconsin Dells, Patricia Shanks of Antioch, Ill., Gerald (Sharon) Moseler of Menomonie, John (Marge) Moseler of Big Bend, Ellen (David ) Hertel of Centennial, Colo. and Teresa Wiggins of West Hills, Calif.; two step-children, Robert (Ann) Gisch of Annandale, Va., and Linda (Keith) Wussow of Mukwanago. She is also survived by 16 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Catherine (Julian) Warren of Burlington and Teresa Mader of Park Falls; three brothers, Paul (Florence) Bucheger of Butternut, and Bernard (Stella) Bucheger of Dousman, and Robert (Luana) Bucheger of Butternut; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Gertrude was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, daughter, sister, and friend. In her later years, after retiring, she wrote beautiful poetry. She will be remembered for her deep faith, quick wit, and love of children. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Joseph Catholic Church on Saturday, October 18, 2003, at 12 noon with Father Delbert Klink officiating. Interment will take place in Calvary Cemetery in Wisconsin Rapids. There will be a visitation at the church on Saturday from 10 a.m. until the time of Mass. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Joseph Catholic Church Expansion Fund, St. Clare Meadows Care Center or St. Clare Hospital Healing Garden. The Rago Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.
Gluth, Helen (Ryback).Helen J. Gluth age 95 of Reedsburg died on Saturday, November 7, 1998 in the Riverdale Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Muscoda. She was born on September 3, 1903 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin the daughter of Peter and Anna (Hansen) Ryback. She was married to Ace Gluth on February 18, 1922. This marriage was blessed with three children. Her husband, Ace preceded her in in death on January 17, 1983. She was also preceded in death by her brother, Werner Ryback. Helen is survived by her children: Carol Blackmon of Richland Center and Mission, Texas; Robert Gluth of Chicago, Illinois; Allan (Jean) Gluth of Wisconsin Dells; several grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren; sister: Margaret Vollmer of LaJolla, California; several nieces, nephews along with other relatives and friends. Funeral services for Helen Gluth were conducted on Tuesday, November 10, 1998 at 1:00 p.m. at the Farber Funeral Home, Reedsburg with Rev. C. D. Fretz officiating. Burial followed in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends called on Tuesday from 11:00 a.m. until the time of service at 1:00 p.m. at the Farber Funeral Home. The Farber Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. Taken from the Reedsburg Independent.
Gluth, Albert. Albert Gluth, 92, Loganville died April 12, 1977 at the Reedsburg Memorial Hospital. He was born June 18, 1884 in Sauk County to Julius and Caroline (nee Abraham) Gluth. He married Lillian Hennings on May 24, 1911 and was a farmer in the Loganville area most of his life. He retired and moved to the village in 1946. Services were held at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Loganville on Saturday, April 16 with Rev. C. Dale Harrison officiating. Burial was at St. Peter's Cemetery in Loganville with arrangements by Gant Funeral Home. He is survived by his wife, Lillian of Loganville. Taken from the Reedsburg Paper.
Gollmar, Albert C. Baraboo News Aug. 13, 1942 Albert C. Gollmar was born on September 21, 1886. If he had lived until September 21, 1942, he would have been 56 years old. He had always made Baraboo his home. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Gollmar with whom he had always made his home until the death of his father in 1921, also his mother who passed away in 19??. After that he lived with his brother until he entered the Woods Veteran hospital on March 16th of this year. From there he was transferred to Hines Veteran hospital at Hinsdale, Illinois, where he passed away at 11:05 p.m., on Saturday, June 27. Besides being a member of the local American Legion, he was also a member of the local A F of L textile union, having worked in the Island Woolen mill of Baraboo since 1922. He leaves to mourn his loss one brother, Edward Gollmar of Baraboo; two nephews, Kenneth Gollmar of Mankato, Minn., and Wayne Gollmar who is in the service, being located at Camp Shelby, Mississippi. Three nieces, Mrs. Marguerite Chaplin of Los Angeles, Mrs. Valera Widener of Baraboo, and Mrs. Katherine Mutch of Mankato. Cards Of Thanks We wish to thank the American Legion, employees of the Island Woolen mill and Rev. Price, and everyone who was so kind during the illness and death of our brother and uncle, Albert Gollmar. Ed Gollmar, Nieces and nephews.
Good, Muriel L. Good, Muriel L. VALTON Muriel L. Good, age 83, of Valton, rural Wonewoc, died on Monday, May 26, 2003, at St. Joseph's Nursing Home in Hillsboro. She was born on Nov. 10, 1919, in the township of Woodland, Sauk County, Wis., to Thomas and Mabel (Huntley) Good. Muriel graduated from Wonewoc High School and attended Sauk County Normal College and completed her teaching degree at LaCrosse State University. She taught elementary education in the Litz Country School, New Lisbon, Richland Center, and Port Washington School Systems for 45 years. Muriel retired from teaching in 1985. The important interests in her life were her nieces and nephews. She also enjoyed gardening. She was a lifelong member of the Valton Friends Church. She is survived by a brother, Thomas (Doris) Good of Grinnell, Iowa; brother-in-law, Paul Bauer of LaValle; and several nieces, nephews, along with other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas and Mabel Good; an infant brother, Lewis; and two sisters, Charlotte Farra and Rachel Bauer. Funeral services for Muriel L. Good will be conducted on Saturday, May 31, 2003, at 11 a.m. in VALTON FRIENDS CHURCH, Valton with Pastor Paul Willis officiating. Burial will follow in Oaks Cemetery, rural LaValle. Friends may call on Saturday from 10 a.m. until the time of service at 11 a.m. at VALTON FRIENDS CHURCH. The Thompson Funeral Home in Wonewoc is assisting the family with the arrangements.
Goodell, Ada (Mead). Mrs. Ada Goodell, 75, Baraboo, died unexpectedly Sunday night at her home on Seventh Avenue. Mrs. Goodell was the widow of the late Homer Goodell and had been a resident of Baraboo for the past 25 years. She was a member of the Bethel Memorial Baptist Church. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Smith and Mrs. Stephen Sukala (Ima), both of Baraboo; Mrs. Clarence Webster (Evelyn), Gilman; four sons, Maynard and Robert, both of Durate, California, Glen, Fulton, Ill., and H. Dale, Baraboo; four half-brothers, Howard and Roland Mead, both of Reedsburg; Floyd and Myron Mead, both of Hillpoint; 23 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Homer, in 1956 and one son, James, in 1967. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 in the Scheible Funeral Home with Pastor Clinton Housley officiating. Friends may call at the Scheible Funeral Home Wednesday evening from 7 to 9. Burial will be made in Walnut Hill cemetery. Taken from the Baraboo News Republic of October 8, 1968.
Grantin, Harry.Harry Grantin, thirteen year old son of George Grantin who resides west of the city, died Monday evening after an illness of about two weeks. Mrs. Grantin died about five weeks ago. The sympathy of the community goes out to this home which has been doubly bereft in so short a time. The funeral will be held this afternoon from the St. Peters Church. Taken from the Reedsburg Free Press of November 5, 1925.
Greeney, Sadie. Ableman-Funeral services for Miss Sadie Greeney, who passed away at the St. Mary's-Ringling hospital Saturday morning, February 10, 1928 following an operation, were held Wednesday afternoon, from her home here, the Rev. Otto Rieger conducting the services. Songs were sung by Herman Yanke, Reuben and Evan Black and Ted Stoeckman. Pallbearers were G. E. Bender, Emil Lange, Wm. Hammermeister, Grant Weidman of Westfield, Wm. Townsend and Tom Morley of Reedsburg. Miss Greeney was born June 16, 1862 to Israel and Mary Jane (Starks) Greeney and was a grand-daughter of General A. W. Starks, Civil war veteran and a piooneer of Sauk county, settling here in 1852. The beautiful colonial home of General Stark one mile west of the village was one of the first houses built in this vicinity and was reached by a beautiful drive through an avenue shaded by large maple trees on both sides of the road, set out by General Starks, but which have recently been cut down. It was on this homestead that Miss Greenery spent over fifty years of her life, until the death of her parents, when the old home was sold and she bought a home in the village 10 years ago. She was an ardent lover of nature and her beautiful garden was a mass of colors from early spring until late fall, a delight to her neighbors and friends. Many many bouquets were gathered to make happier some festive occasion, or to cheer the sick and sorrowing. Miss Greeney is survived by one brother John Greeney of Portland, Oregon, who with Mrs. Greeney, was present at the funeral, also a number of nieces and nephews survive. Friends from all over the county attended the funeral. She was buried in the Narrows Prairie ceametery beside her parents.
Grenon, Martin Francis. Martin Francis Grenon, age 44, of North Freedom, died Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2002, at University Hospital, Madison. He was born May 16, 1958, in Fort Worth, Texas. Before his accident, Marty had been in construction as well as computers. Appropriately named for St. Francis of Assisi, Marty was well known for his love of people and animals. Music was a vital part of his life as well. The family is deeply grateful to Pat Reichert, the caregiver for Marty, who helped him through extremely difficult times after he became a paraplegic. She was his confidant and devoted friend. Marty is survived by his mother, Joyce (Leonard) Michaels of St. Charles, Ill.; his father, James Grenon of Ozark, Ala.; a brother, Michael (Donna) Grenon of Ozark, Ala.; three sisters, Donna (Michael) Orr of Morris, Ill., Denise Wojcek of Ozark, and Amy (Chris) Berry of Gurnee, Ill.; two nieces and five nephews; and was a friend of Bill W. He was preceded in death by his wife, Vicki; and a brother, Jimmy Grenon. A funeral Mass will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, 2002, at ST. JOHN NEUMANN CHURCH, 2900 E. Main St., St. Charles, Ill., with Monsignor Robert B. Hoffman as celebrant. Burial will be in Assumption Cemetery, Wheaton, Ill. Visitation will be held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, 2002, at NORRIS FUNERAL HOME, 100 S. Third St., St. Charles, where a liturgical wake service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Contributions in Marty's memory may be made to the family to help with his high medical bills. (630) 584-2000
Griffa, Loretta Anna. Loretta Anna Griffa, age 90, of Baraboo, Wisconsin, died on Saturday, September 8, 2001, at Wisconsin Dells and Rehabilitation Center in Wisconsin Dells. She was born in Mauston, Wisconsin, on October 20, 1910, the daughter of Matthew and Anna (Warme) Riddlestine. In 1939 she married Edwin Griffa of Wonewoc. At that time they moved to Baraboo. In 1961 they moved to Milwaukee and returned to Baraboo in 1969. Edwin preceded her in death in 1977. She was also preceded in death by her parents and four siblings. Mrs. Griffa spent 22 years teaching in schools in Mauston, Milwaukee and Baraboo. After retiring from teaching, she spent 12 years as a Central Service Technician at St. Clare Hospital. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church, the Daughters of Isabella, AARP and Golden Care. She is survived by two sons, Charles (Janice) of East Troy and Robert (Paulette) of Germantown; three grandchildren, Gary (Colleen) Griffa, Scott (Cindy) Griffa and Tammy (fiance, Chad) Merkel; seven great-grandchildren, Zachary, Megan, Amy, Ryan, Kelly Ann, Nicholas, and Kaitlin; five sisters, Bernice Dombek of Lyndon Station, Ruth Clark and Irene Kelley of Mauston, Elaine Kotek of Friendship, and Delores Fitzgerald of Rockton; one brother, Raymond Riddlestine, living on the family farm in Mauston; and many friends. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Wednesday, September 12, 2001, at 11:00 a.m. with Father Gerald Vosen officiating. Interment will take place in St. Mary's Cemetery in Lyndon Station. There will be a visitation at the church from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service on Wednesday. A Daughters of Isabella Rosary will be recited at 4:00 p.m. Tuesday afternoon at Rago Funeral Home.
Grimesey, Eleanor Kaye. Eleanore Kaye Grimesey, age 99 of Merrimac, Wisconsin, died on Wednesday, July 9, 2003 at Maplewood Nursing Home in Sauk City. Eleanore was born on August 24, 1903 in Barrington, Illinois, the daughter of Ole Peter and Catherine (Peterson) Olsen. In 1907 the family moved from Illinois to a farm in Hickory Grove Township, near Fennimore, Wisconsin. Eleanore attended eight years of rural school at Rock School, then graduated from Fennimore High School. She earned her teaching certificate from Platteville College in 1924 and taught rural school until her marriage to Herbert W. Grimesey of Boscobel, Wisconsin, on June 14, 1937. In 1950, they moved to a farm in Merrimac, Wisconsin. For many years, Eleanore was an active member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church and the Church Women of Merrimac; the Mabel Rebekah Lodge #70 of Baraboo; Five Hundred Card Club; and Friendly Neighbors Ladies' Aide. Eleanore and Herb shared their home with four foster children. She was an avid reader and enjoyed gardening until the age of 93. She is survived by a foster daughter, Mary Ann (Hughes) Martin of Tombstone, AZ; 2 foster sons, Loren (Sharon) Cunningham of Merrimac; and David Cunningham of Milwaukee. Other survivors include her grandchildren, Angela Cohoon of Merrimac, Erin (Joel) Stewart of Madison, Brenda Fleischmann of Baraboo, Barbara (Keith) Putnam of Meridian, MS, and Cindy Divelbiss of Tombstone, AZ; 4 great-grandchildren, many other relatives and friends. In addition to her parents, Eleanore was preceded in death by her husband, Herbert on March 18, 1971; three brothers, Alfred, Walter and Elmer Olsen; three sisters, Martha and Alma Olsen and Olga (Olsen) Miller; and one foster son, Raymond Riley of Boscobel. Funeral services will be held at 4:00 P.M. on Sunday, July 13, 2003 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Merrimac, with Pastor Reinhold Markwart officiating. Friends may call on Sunday, from 2:00 P.M. until the time of services, at the church. Burial will take place at 1:00 P.M. on Monday, July 14, 2003 in Boscobel, Wisconsin. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Merrimac. The Redlin Funeral Home in Baraboo is assisting with arrangements.
Grosskrueger, Ewald A. Ewald A. Grosskrueger, 82, Loganville, died on Friday, Sept. 20, 2002 at the Sauk County Health Care Center following a long illness. He was born on March 20, 1920 in the Town of Westfield, Sauk County, the son of Albert and Amanda (nee Klipstein) Grosskrueger. He was baptized on May 2, 1920 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Loganville by Rev. F. Schalkhauser and confirmed there on May 28, 1933. After attending school in Loganville, he worked as a farm hand for George Schlieckau, Sauk County's first pilot, where he developed an interest in aviation. Ewald served in the U.S. Army, 341 St. Engineers during World War II. He worked as a heavy equipment operator for a year on the Alaska Highway. He then went to England, eventually landing on Utah Beach in Normandy during the D-Day invasion. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge and received the Bronze Star for welding under fire on four railway bridges in Germany from May 1, 1945 to May 6, 1945. On April 28, 1946 he married the former Lavera A. Heinz at St. Peter's by Rev. Carl Stubenvoll. They were married for 56 years. Together they ran his building and repair business, building and straightening timber frame barns, plumbing, wiring and doing mason work. In 1959 he bought one of the first backhoes in the area to use in his business. He enjoyed fishing and motorcycles. Ewald was a lifelong member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church and a member of the Reedsburg V.F.W. Post 1916. As a lifelong aviation enthusiast, he was a member of the Baraboo Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, member of the Experimental Aircraft Association in Oshkosh and was an EAA Eagle Squadron Member 348 commemorating World War II aviation. He inspired his younger son to go into a career in aerospace engineering and his older son to become a private pilot. Survivors include his wife, Lavera; two sons, Gary and his wife, Jeanette Welty, Waunakee, and Duane and his wife, Lisa, Highlands Ranch, Colo.; granddaughters, Rachel, Amanda and Sarah (Paul Mays); grandson, Dieter; step-granddaughter, Shanna Lindquist; great-grandson, Keenan; great-granddaughter, Natalie; two sisters-in-law, Shirley Grosskrueger and Lottie Heinz; three nephews; many cousins and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Betty Jean, in 1966; his parents; his brother, Harold; his brother-in-law, Raymond Heinz; and his father and mother-in-law, Herman and Emma Heinz. Funeral services were conducted at 11 a.m. on Monday at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Loganville with Rev. Ronald Rasmussen officiating. Interment with military rites was in St. Peter's Cemetery. The family received friends on Sunday at the Hoof Funeral Home in Reedsburg. At Ewald's request, memorials may be made to the Reedsburg V.F.W. Post 1916 or St. Peter's Cemetery Association, Loganville, in lieu of flowers. The Hoof Funeral Home served the family.
Guhl, Margaret (Hartman). Obituary: Newspaper unknown Mrs. Margaret Guhl died early Wednesday morning, after a long illness at the home of her son, Louis H. Guhl, Sauk City. She was born in the township of Prairie du Sac, living in this community all her life. She was married April 17, 1888. Her husband, who passed away Sept. 24, 1913, was a farm and stock buyer. Following are the survivors: Louis H. Guhl, Son; 2 sisters, Mrs. Mary Kuhnau, Prairie du Sac, Mrs. Paul Kuhnau, Prairie du Sac; 2 brothers, Leonard Harman(n), Reedsburg, Joseph Hartman(n), Madison. Services will be held at 2:00 P.M. at the Schwoegler Funeral Home, Sauk City, with Burial in the Sauk City Cemetery, Rev. Verduin officiating. Friends may call at the Schwoegler Funeral Home after 2:00 P.M. Thursday.
Guthrie, Eugene W. Eugene "Bubby" W. Guthrie of Baraboo passed away on Friday, September 28, 2001, at St. Clare Meadows Care Center at the age of 77. Bubby was born on October 18, 1923 to George and Nellie (Koehler) Guthrie in Baraboo. He was united in marriage to Joyce Roznos is Baraboo. Eugene went to Baraboo schools and worked at the Woolen Mill as a teenager. His other work experience includes seven years at Oscar Mayer, seven years at Badger Ordnance, and 12 years with the Yellow Cab Company of Baraboo. He was a past member of the Eagles Club. He is survived by: 6 children, Jim (Kim) Guthrie of Denver, CO, Joan Miller of Waukesha, Bill (Anita) Guthrie of Pardeeville, Linda Guthrie of Baraboo, Joe (Jennifer) Guthrie of Denver, CO, and Steve (Barb) Guthrie of Marshfield; 9 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, Geraldine (Russell) Swarthout of Holiday, FL, Gloria (Jim) Egan of Gilber, MN; 1 brother, James Guthrie of Romeoville, IL; a special friend, Bob Wade; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Bubby was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Roy Guthrie. Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 3, 2001, at the Redlin Funeral Home in Baraboo with Pastor Michael Dotson officiating. Private family burial services will take place in the Oak Hill Cemetery in North Freedom. Friends may call on Wednesday, from 10:00 a.m. until the time of services, at the funeral home.
Hacker, Michael C. February 1955 Michael C. Hacker was born March 7, 1860 in Madison, Wisconsin. He passed away at his home on 14th street at the age of 94 years, 11 months and 9 days. He leaves to mourn his loss two children, other relatives and friends. The funeral services were held at the Scheible funeral home, the Rev. Karl F. Koch officiating. Hymns were sung by Clinton W. Platt, accompanied by Mrs. Arthur Lange at the organ. Burial was made in Walnut Hill cemetery. The pallbearers were John Lange, Dewey Schult, Julius Henke, Ernest Zimmerly, Ludwig Zimmerman and Fred Buelow.
Hagenah, Dora. Funeral services for the late Mrs. Dora Hagenah were held Thursday afternoon from the home on S. Walnut street and from St. Peter's Lutheran church, many gathering to pay a last tribute of respect to the memory of one who has held an important place in the lives and associations of her friends for half a century. Dora von der Ohe was born at Hohen Bruenstorf, Hanover, Germany, December 4, 1852. She came to this country with her parents when a girl of 13 years. The family settled on a farm southwest of the city where they lived for a great many years. In 1874 the deceased was united in marriage to Peter Hagenah, Rev. Woert, performing the ceremony. Her husband died in 1904. For the past forty-three years Mrs. Hagenah had lived in the home on South Walnut street, a conscientious, christian life, supplying the comforts and pleasures of home to her loved ones, rendering many acts of assistance to friends and neighbors in time of sickness and need, in a word acquitting herself of her duties to family and to society in a noble, unselfish manner. Her illness had been of long standing and yet throughout it all she was a patient sufferer, accepting with remarkable fortitude and resignation the burden she was clled upon to bear. Throughout the last weeks of her illness her daughter, Miss Esther, was her constant companion and attendant. Four sons and two daughters survive. They are: Mrs. H. W. Verthein, Delavan; A. H. and A. A. Hagenah, of Chicago; R. E. Hagenah, New York; Hugo Hagenah and Miss Esther of this city. All were present for the funeral services with the exception of R. E. Hagenah. Taken from the Reedsburg Times of March 7, 1924.
Hager, Evelyn R. Evelyn R. Hager, died on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2002 at Maplewood of Sauk Prairie. She was 70. Mrs. Hager was born on May 3, 1931 in Tomahawk, the daughter of the late Percy and Eliza (Martin) Leastman. She was united in marriage to Edward Hager on Sept. 2, 1962 in the little brown church in Iowa. Mrs. Hager was a good, hard-working mother her entire life. She was also employed at Maplewood from 1984 to 1986, and was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. She is survived by her husband, Edward, of Sauk City; six children, Robert (Susanne) of Prairie du Sac, Richard (Laure) of Sauk City, Dale of Sauk City, Randy (Robbie) of North Freedom, Doug of Prairie du Sac, and Shirley (Dave) Bullion of Edgerton; her extended family, Barb (Kim) Foye, of Prairie du Sac; a sister, Ethel Schultz of Eagle; 16 grandchildren; one step-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Donald; two grandsons, Craig and Daniel; three brothers and three sisters. Funeral services were at St. John's Lutheran Church, Prairie du Sac, on Jan. 14, with Pastor Fred Rilling officiating. Burial was in the Prairie du Sac Cemetery
Hahn, Florence Elsie.Florence Elsie Hahn, age 96, of Reedsburg, died Friday, Jan. 21, 2005, at the Zimmerman Nursing Home in Reedsburg. She was born on Sept. 17, 1908, near Leland, Sauk County, the daughter of William and Emilia (Kohlmeyer) Giese. The family later moved to a farm in the town of Washington in Sauk County. On Nov. 5, 1930, she was married to Arthur W. Hahn. He preceded her in death on Feb. 27, 1983. Florence enjoyed playing cards in her spare time. Survivors include several nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends. In addition to her husband, Arthur, she was preceded in death by an infant daughter on Nov. 27, 1933; two brothers, Ervin and Arthur Giese; and a sister, Adeline Schenck. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2005, at the HOOF FUNERAL HOME in Reedsburg with the Rev. Paul Crolius officiating. Interment will be in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery, rural Loganville. There will be a visitation from 10 a.m. until the time of the service on Tuesday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. John's Lutheran Cemetery would be appreciated. The Hoof Funeral Home is serving the family.
Hankiewicz, Joseph T. Joseph T. Hankiewicz, 52, Reedsburg, formerly of Two Harbors, Minn., passed away peacefully at his home Jan. 30, 2004, after a brief battle with colon cancer. He was born June 15, 1951, to Tadeusz and Katherine Hankiewicz in Two Harbors, Minn. Joseph graduated from Two Harbors High School in 1970. He sailed on the ore boats following graduation from high school. Joseph was employed at Husky Hydraulics from 1971 until its closure in 1986. He attended Duluth Technical Institute acquiring a diploma in forest harvesting technology in 1987. Joseph was employed by Midwest Timber in 1988, later known as Hedstrom's Lumber Company, until its closure in Two Harbors, Minn. in 2000. He was employed at Meister's Lumber Company in Reedsburg until December 2003. Joseph loved all sports and was an avid Vikings fan. He played softball for Hedstrom's Lumber while employed there. Joseph loved spending time with his family, and especially adored his grandchildren, Hailey and Chase. He was preceded in death by his father, Tadeusz Hankiewicz, in 1992. He is survived by four daughters, Faye (Brian) Linden, Reedsburg, Tammi (Henry) Stanek, Viola, Amber (David) Oman, Reedsburg, Nicole (Jarrad Johnson) Hankiewicz, Two Harbors, Minn.; mother, Katherine Hankiewicz, Two Harbors, Minn.; grandchildren, Chase Cannon and Hailey Johnson; brothers, John Hankiewicz, Washington state, Stanley (Barb) Hankiewicz, Two Harbors, Minn., Ted Hankiewicz, Jr., Minneapolis; sister, Mary Koivisto, Duluth, Minn.; and several nieces and nephews. Joe was a quiet, gentle man that will be sadly missed by family and friends. A memorial service was held at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3, at the American Legion in Two Harbors, Minn. with Kelli Kitzman Young officiating. Lunch followed service. Inurnment will take place at Lakeview Cemetery at a later date. Services entrusted to the Cremation Society of Wisconsin.
Hankins, Jean Marie. Jean Marie (Van Osdol) Hankins, originally from North Freedom and currently of Baraboo, passed away suddenly on Friday evening, Sept. 6, 2002 at St. Clare Hospital. She was born on Dec. 31, 1965 to Edward and Elaine (Klaetsch) Van Osdol at the Sauk-Prairie Hospital. Jean attended grade school in North Freedom and Baraboo. She graduated from Baraboo with the Class of 1984. She was employed by M & G Travel Mart in Lake Delton. Jean is survived by her children, Amber and Gregory Hankins, at home; her children's father, Randy Hankins of Baraboo; her special friend, Robert Boyd of Baraboo; her mother and step-father, Elaine and Durward Campbell of Baraboo; her uncle and aunt, Lester and Janis Klaetsch of Prairie du Sac; her mother-in-law, Jean Hankins of Baraboo; a brother-in-law, John Simpson of Baraboo; many other relatives and friends. Jean was preceded in death by her stepfather, George "Mike" Clark; her maternal grandparents, Fred and Rosella Klaetsch; and her paternal grandparents, Everett and Margaret Van Osdol. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002 at the Oak Hill Cemetery in North Freedom with Pastor Michael Dotson officiating. Friends may call from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2002 at the Redlin Funeral Home in Baraboo. "The clock of life is wound but once, And no man has the power, To tell just when the hands will stop, At late or early hour. The present only is our own. Live, Love, toil with a will, Place no faith in tomorrow - For the clock may then be still."
Hanson, Kenneth. Kenneth Hanson, age 83 of Lake Delton, Wisconsin died Tuesday, November 6, 2001 at his residence following a battle with pancreatic cancer. Funeral services will be held Saturday, November 10, 2001 at 11:00 a.m. at the Dells Delton United Methodist Church in Wisconsin Dells with Reverend Richard Bonney officiating. Burial will be at Spring Grove Cemetery in Wisconsin Dells. Ken was born October 17, 1918 in Gotham, Wisconsin the second child and only son of Severt "Sig" and Inez (Walker) Hanson. He grew up in the Richland Center area and moved to Wisconsin Dells in 1947. In 1942 he married Janice Hensel in Maquoketa, Iowa. Ken took up the real estate trade and founded Wisconsin Dells Realty in 1953 and whether he liked it or not was working seven days a week, but he always had time to help his fellow man. He never met a stranger and always greeted everyone he met with a friendly handshake and sincere smile. Over the years he was a member and past master of the local Masonic Lodge; a Shriner involved in their many charitable efforts; member of Kiwanis and was very active in the United Methodist Church. He immensely enjoyed flying in his Cessna and became an instrument rated pilot at the age of 59. "The worlds greatest pilot" also was an active participant in the Flying Farmers organization. Ken was an avid hunter and fisherman who could cook as well as catch. He also enjoyed snow skiing and water skiing well into his 70s. He enjoyed excellent health until age 80 when he was diagnosed with cancer. Ken is survived his wife of 59 years, Janice; son, John "Jack" (Boni) of Wisconsin Dells; daughters, Mary (Orin) Evans of Janesville, Wisconsin and Kristin (Ed) Williams of Woodstock, Georgia; 6 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren and a sister, Eileen Kolan of Eugene, Oregon. Visitation will be held at the Picha Funeral Home of Lake Delton, Wisconsin on Friday, November 9, 2001 from 4 to 8 P.M. and on Saturday at the Dells Delton United Methodist Church from 10 A.M. until the time of service at l l A.M. In lieu of flowers the family requests that contributions be given to the Dells Delton United Methodist Church.
Hanusa, Florence W. Florence W. Hanusa, 92, Reedsburg, died on Friday, April 12, 2002 at the Maplewood Nursing Home in Sauk City. She was born on Feb. 27, 1910 in the Town of Reedsburg, the daughter of Emil and Hulda (nee Gaetzke) Koepke. On Feb. 15, 1931 she married Lawrence H. Hanusa. They recently celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary together. Florence was a lifelong member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Loganville and a charter member of the Ladies Aid. She was also a member of the Reedsburg Senior Citizens. She enjoyed cooking, dancing, playing cards, visiting friends in the nursing homes, traveling around the country, working with her flowers, crocheting and making afghans and spending time with her family. Survivors include her husband, Lawrence; three children, Leonard (Merry Ann) Hanusa, Reedsburg, Gloria (Alvin) Moles, Prairie du Sac, and Larry (Betsy) Hanusa, Bothell, Wash.; nine grandchildren; seventeen great-grandchildren; one niece, Marion (Earl) Mylrea, Madison; other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Emma Hanusa. Funeral services were conducted at 11 a.m. on Tuesday at St. John's Lutheran Church in Loganville with Rev. Duane Daeke officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The family received friends from 4 until 8 p.m. on Monday at the Hoof Funeral Home in Reedsburg. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. John's Lutheran Church or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. The Hoof Funeral Home is serving the family.
Hanusa, Marie H.Mrs Henry (Marie H) Hanusa, 76, Baraboo, passed away Sunday evening at Reedsburg hospital after a long illness. She was born in the Town of Excelsior and was a Sauk County resident all of her life. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. Suvivors include her husband Henry; one son, Donald of North Freedom; three daughters, Mrs. Russell Hedgepeth (Inez) of Hastings, MN; Mrs. Delores Niemann, Baraboo; Mrs. Gilbert Priddy (Dorothy) of Baton Rouge, LA; 14 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Gustie Jaedike, Prairie du Sac; Mrs. Fred Brokow (Maggie), Mrs. Sophia Huebbe, Mrs. Rosella Vieth, all of Rock Springs; Mrs. Edward Basso (Huldena) of Milwaukee and other relatives and friends. She was proceeded in death by one sister and one brother. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 in St. John's Lutheran Church with Vicar Gerald Hintz officiating. Friends may call at the Redlin-Scheible Funeral Home Tuesday evening from 7 to 9. Burial will be made at the Walnut Hill Cemetery. 06/18/1972.
Harman, Victor H. Victor H. Harman, 89, North Freedom, died on Wednesday evening, Feb. 18, 2004, at St. Clare Hospital in Baraboo. He was born on Dec. 5, 1914, in LaRue, the son of Bert and Lottie (nee Lyon) Harman Sr. On Nov. 24, 1934, he married the former Marcella M. Beckwith. She preceded him in death on Sept. 20, 1989. Victor farmed for many years, and he later worked as a custodian at the Gordon Wilson Elementary School in Baraboo until his retirement. He was very mechanical and enjoyed working with small engines. Victor is survived by his two daughters, Sandra (Russell) Gasser, Baraboo, and Kathleen (Gary) Stieve, Baraboo; son-in-law, Mark Dalton, Poynette; 10 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; one great-great grandson; three sisters, Edith Ulrich, Genevieve Leatherberry and Mary (Gayle) Hanson, all of Baraboo; nieces and nephews; other relatives and friends. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by two daughters, Karen (Schwarz) Dalton and Sharol Rae Harman; two brothers, Clarence and Bert Jr.; and two sisters, Eva Stieve and Elva Stebler. Funeral services will be conducted today, Saturday, Feb. 21, at 1 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in North Freedom with Rev. Gary Johnson officiating. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. There will be a visitation from 11 a.m. until the time of service on Saturday at the church. The Hoof Funeral Home in Reedsburg is serving the family.
Harms, Roland H. Roland H. Harms, 76, of rural Ettrick, died on Thursday, July 4, 2002 in his home. Roland was born on Feb. 4, 1926 in Loganville, to Ernest and Lorena (nee Zimmerman) Harms. He married Patricia McMahon on July 28, 1948 in Leland. Patricia preceded Roland in death on April 7, 2001. Roland served his country in the Navy during World War II and was very patriotic throughout his life. He was employed as a machinist and later was a plant manager for Artos Engineering in New Berlin. Roland and Patricia moved to rural Ettrick in October of 1992. Roland was very active in his church and enjoyed hunting, fishing and just being one with nature. Roland is survived by two children, Vicki (Phillip) Nugier, Poynette, and Shane (Geralyn) Harms, Ettrick; four loving grandchildren, Danyelle Nugier, Poynette, Cody, Shana and Ryce Harms, all of Ettrick. In addition to his parents and wife, Roland was preceded in death by a sister, Rosella McLaughlin and a brother, Marvin Harms. Memorial services will be held today, Wednesday, July 10, at 1 p.m. in the Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church in Galesville with Rev. Nathan Strutz officiating. The family has requested that in lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the family. The Jack Funeral Home in Blair is assisting the family with arrangements.
Hart, Warren. Warren Hart, age 80, passed away of pancreatic cancer at St. Marys Care Center on Thursday, March 28, 2002. Warren was born to Ellis and Pruda (Shell) Hart on March 30, 1921. He attended schools in Prairie du Sac, graduating high school in the class of 1939. Warren attended the UW short course. He was a veteran of World War II, with service in Italy and North Africa, earning a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star. Warren was a carpenter in Sauk and Dane counties for 30 years. From 1975 to 1986, he worked in maintenance at UWs Eagle Heights student housing. He married Helen O'Neill in Baraboo in September 1948. Warren is survived by his wife, Helen; daughter, Bette Hart of St. Paul; son, John (Jane) Hart of rural Cross Plains; three granddaughters, Sarah of Menominee, Allison of Cross Plains, and Laura of St. Paul; sister, Wanda Raguse of Milwaukee; a niece, nephew and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents; and a son, Chuck in 1992. Family burial services were held at Resurrection Mausoleum. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, 2002, at CRESS FUNERAL HOME.
Hartmann, Ewald J. Ewald J. Hartmann, 85 of Reedsburg, formerly of Eagle River and Milwaukee, died Tuesday, August 30, 2005, in the Sauk County Health Care Center. He was born on April 28, 1920, in Hartford, the son of Jacob and Marie (nee Hermann) Hartmann. On May 27, 1939, he was married to the former Elizabeth "Betty" Muth. She preceded him in death on June 22, 2003. Ewald was a retired police sergeant with the City of Milwaukee for many years. He was a member of Faith Lutheran Church in Reedsburg. Survivors include his two daughters, Janice (Richard) Cleven of Elroy and Jeanne Hartmann of Milwaukee; three grandchildren, Richard (Mary) Cleven of Battle Creek, Mich.; Jill Archambo of Reedsburg and Laura (Ed) Feldhake of Stoughton; seven great-grandchildren; one sister, Rose Patten; other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted at 11 a.m. on Friday, September 2, 2005, at the Gloria Dei-Bethesda Lutheran Church, 95th & Capital in Milwaukee with Rev. Tod Vertz officiating. Interment was in Graceland Cemetery in Milwaukee. There was a visitation from 10 a.m. until the time of the service on Friday at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the American Heart Association or to the Alzheimer's Association would be appreciated. The Hoof Funeral Home in Reedsburg is serving the family.
Harwood, Orland G. Shorty Harwood, age 81 of Baraboo, passed away on Tuesday evening, September 25, 2001, at the Pine Valley Health Care Center in Richland Center. Shorty, the son of Glen and Dorothy (Jones) Harwood, was born on January 27, 1920 at home in Richland Center where he was raised until he graduated from the Richland Center High School. He was a veteran of World War II, having served with the U.S. Army from November of 1941 to October of 1945. He was united in marriage to Mary Lou Pinkham in November of 1947. She preceded him in death in November of 1998. Shorty was employed as a test man for the Wisconsin Bell Telephone Company for over 40 years, until his retirement in 1981. He was a member of Baraboo American Legion Post #26, VFW Post 2336, the Baraboo Elks Lodge #688, and the Telephone Pioneers of America. He is survived by 3 daughters, Pam (Pat) May of St. Cloud, MN, Karen (John) Scheible of Westerville, OH and Dawn Harwood of Milwaukee, WI; 5 grandchildren, Colin and Shannon May, Rebecca, Kristin, and Ashley Scheible; 4 sisters, Phyllis (Neil) Hendricks, Delight (Robert) Totten, Janice Salmon, and Dorothy (Lyle) Pinkham, all of Richland Center; 2 brothers, Luren Harwood of Rockford, IL and Darwin (Ann) Harwood of Loves Park, IL; many other relatives and friends. Shorty was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Mary Lou; and three brothers, Forrest, Frank, and Mike. Memorial services will be held at 2:30 P.M. on Saturday, September 29, 2001, at the Redlin Funeral Home in Baraboo with Pastor Michael Dotson officiating. Friends may call on Saturday, from 1:30 P.M. until the time of services, at the funeral home. Interment will take place in the Walnut Hill Cemetery at a later date. Memorials may be made to the Pine Valley Health Care Center in Richland Center.
Hass, Henry A. Thurs, Dec 12, 1946 Henry A. Hass, 81, died Thursday at about 5 am at the home of his half brother, Fred Westerfeldt, of the Hay Creek community. Besides his half brother, he is survived by a niece and 3 nephews. The funeral was held on Sunday at 2 pm at the Bartlett funeral home, with the Reverend H. F. Leschensky, pastor of St John’s Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial was in St John’s Cemetery.
Hasse, Lydia A. Lydia A. Hasse, 95, Reedsburg, died unexpectedly on Thursday, March 28, 2002 in her home. She was born on Jan. 11, 1907 in the Town of Washington, Sauk County, the daughter of Frank and Emma (nee Harnish) Gudenschwager. On Feb. 24, 1930 she married Simon H. Hasse. Lydia was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Hillpoint and a member of the Ladies Aid. She was also active with the Lime Ridge Senior Citizens for many years. She was a lifelong resident of the Town of Washington until moving to Willow Heights in October, 2000. She enjoyed crocheting, cooking, gardening and working with her flowers. Survivors include four children, Marvin (Janet) Hasse, Pardeeville, Jean Bredemann, Marshfield, Earl (Carla) Hasse, Cross Plains, and Linda (Norman) Dulak, Chestertown, Md.; a daughter-in-law, Norma Hasse, Bellevue, Neb.; 16 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; a brother, Alfred Gudenschwager, Hillpoint; a sister, Vera Elfers, Hillpoint; a sister-in-law, Norma Gudenschwager, Madison; many nieces and nephews; other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Simon, on June 8, 1989; a son, Orlen Hasse, in April, 2001; a son-in-law, Henry Bredemann, in October, 1998; a granddaughter, Tamara Dulak; four brothers and three sisters. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, April 2 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Hillpoint with Rev. Duane Daeke officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4 until 8 p.m. on Monday at the Hoof Funeral Home in Reedsburg. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Paul's Lutheran Church would be appreciated. The Hoof Funeral Home is serving the family.
Heffel, James. Baraboo News Republic (WI) Monday, December 9, 1946 James Heffel 70, died Saturday afternoon at his home on Summit Street after an illness of several months. He had been engaged in cement and masonry work in and around the Baraboo area for many years. He is survived by his wife, a sister, Mrs. J.H. Erswell of Baraboo; 2 brothers, Albert of Pecatonica, Illinois and Charles ; a half sister, Miss Zoa Crall and a half brother Frank Crall both of Reedsburg; a niece and a nephew. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Scheible & Dyrud funeral home with the Rev. Maurice Jones officiating. Burial will be in Walnut Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening 7 to 9.
Hein, Margaret P. Margaret P. Hein, formerly of Baraboo, passed away on Oct. 12, 2001 at the age of 91. She was born on Dec. 7, 1909 in Baraboo to Pearl and Mabel (Barker) Waddell. She married Clarence Hein on Sept. 9, 1929 in Lafayette, Ind. Margaret is survived by two sisters-in-laws: Mary Hein, Baraboo and Ellen Waddell Nelson, Loma Linda, Calif.; an adopted daughter, Judy White, Milwaukee; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Margaret was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence in 1984 and two brothers, Arthur and Ralph. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2001 at 1:30 p.m. at the Redlin Funeral Home with Pastor Forrest Clark officiating. Burial will be in the Walnut Hill Cemetery. Friends may call on Tuesday from 1 p.m. until the time of services at the funeral home.
Hein, Pauline Mae. Pauline Mae Hein, age 85, of Baraboo, Wisconsin, passed away on Tuesday, July 9, 2002, at Maplewood of Sauk-Prairie Nursing Home in Sauk City. She was born in Fairfield, Wisconsin on March 18, 1917, the daughter of Jasper T. and Elizabeth (Plummer) Warn. She married Theodore T. Hein on November 9, 1948 and he preceded her in death on May 22, 1998. Pauline and Ted had a family farm in the Township of Fairfield that they had worked for many years. In addition to her husband, she was also preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Paula Donna Winter; two sisters, Ruth Briggs and Blanche Moran; and two brothers, Elisha and Jasper Warn. Pauline is survived by three daughters, Darleen (Don Derleth) Maier of Sauk City, Carla (Morris) Zeman of Prairie du Sac, and Teresa Ryan of Corona, Calif.; 11 grandchildren, Chris Amacher, Paul (Pam) Amacher, Michele Hewitt, Connie Schulze, DeeDee Lindquist, Cori (Roland) Zick, Steve (Sherri) Bohling, Jennelle (Matt) Kaufman, Jaime (Joe) Reyes, Warren Waters II, and Rebecca Waters; 16 great grandchildren; one sister, Elizabeth (Elmer) Turner of San Bernadino, CA; three brothers, Bruce Warn of San Bernadino, CA., Edward Warn of Loganville, Wis and Bernard (Gladys) Warn of Phelps, Wis; other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held on Friday, July 12, 2002, at 11:00 a.m. at the Rago Funeral Home with Reverend Steve Ohrtman officiating. Interment will take place in Fairfield Cemetery. There will be a visitation at the funeral home on Thursday evening from 6-8:00 p.m. and also from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service on Friday.
Held, Alice Elizabeth. Alice Elizabeth Held, 79, passed away Oct. 20, 2003, at her daughter Linda's home in Brandon, Fla., surrounded by her loved ones. Alice's life revolved around her family and she will be greatly missed by her husband, Reinhard of 61 years, her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, family and friends. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church and was involved in the community center, library, as well as other community activities in Rock Springs. Alice always gave to her God, her community and her family for which she will always be remembered. She was a wife, a mother, a great cook and always a great listener and friend. Her memory will live on with those who loved her as she makes her journey home. You will be missed but are how in the hands of God. Alice was preceded in death by her parents, Tom and Clara (nee Paskey) Brown; her daughter Nancy Bell; a brother, Tom Brown; a sister, Juanita Blankenburg; and two great-grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, Reinhard, Rock Springs; her children, Anthony (Patricia) Held, Rock Springs, Connie (Charles) Armstrong, Coyle, Okla., Barbara (Maynard) Stebler, Virginia Beach, Va., Linda (Roger) Foss, Brandon, Fla., Stephen (Diane) Held, Shelbyville, Ind., William (Kate) Held, Whitelaw, Theodore (Donna) Held, Bloomingdale, Ill., Susan (Steve) Hinze, Ironton, Minn.; son-in-law, Ron Bell, North Freedom; 22 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews, along with other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be conducted on Friday, Oct. 24, at 11 a.m. in St. John Ev. Lutheran Church, Rock Springs with Rev. Paul Schroeder officiating. Burial will follow in St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery, Reedsburg. Friends may call on Thursday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Farber Funeral Home and again Friday from 10 a.m. until the time of service at the church. The family requests memorials of remembrance be made to the Southern Lutheran Academy in Florida.
Hemberger, Cecilia R. Cecilia R. "Tillie" Hemberger, age 91, of Reedsburg, died on Wednesday, April 3, 2002 in the Edward Snyder Nursing Home. She was born on January 5, 1911 in Plain, the daughter of Robert and Anna (Ringlestetter) Alt. On September 20, 1938 she was married to Otto "Snooty" Hemberger. Survivors include four children, Charlotte Koepp of Lake Delton, Darlene (Donald) Mulock of Baraboo, Mary (Dale) Neises of Reedsburg and Tom (Betty) Hemberger; 14 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; 3 great-great-grandchildren; 2 brothers, Sylvester Alt of Janesville and Daniel (Lucille) Alt of Janesville; 6 sisters, Clara (Marv) Roos of Sauk City, Mickey Breunig of Sauk City, Katie Breunig of Sauk City, Alma Frosch of Sauk City, Helen Schulenberg of Sun Prairie and Marie Kolan of Spring Green; many nieces and nephews; other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Otto, on August 18, 1967; a son, Ferdinand; a granddaughter, Sandy Holcomb; and 5 brothers, Leonard, Herbert, Carl, Louie and Robert. A Mass of Christian Burial will be conducted at noon on Saturday at SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH in Reedsburg with Father Thomas Monaghan officiating. Interment will be in St. Aloysius Cemetery in Sauk City. There will be a visitation from 11:00 A.M. until the time of the service on Saturday at the church. The Hoof Funeral Home is serving the family.
Henderson, Sullivan. Sullivan Henderson, son of Joseph and Emma Patton Henderson, was born on August 6, 1892 in Richland County. He moved to the present family farm south of Valton when he was a young boy. He was engaged in farming throughout his entire lifetime. He was united in marriage to Hazel Frazier on October 31, 1918. To this union three children were born. He passed away suddenly at his home on February 3, 1970 after an apparent heart attack. He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Mrs. Roscoe Hutchins, and Mrs. Jesse Cox, Sr.; and one brother Willard Henderson. He is survived by his wife; three daughters, Lorene, Mrs. Fred Simons, Wonewoc; Rev. Norma Henderson, co-pastor of the Valton Friends Church, Wonewoc; and Delores, Mrs. Ronald Nash; three grandchildren, Becky, Brenda and George Nash; one sister, Mrs. Wert Potter, La Valle; and one brother Elmer Henderson, Hillsboro; nieces, nephews and many other relatives. Funeral services were held on Friday afternoon at the Valton Friends Church. Rev. Winifred Eastman officiated, interment was in the Valton Cemetery. Thompson’s Funeral Home, Wonewoc, was in charge of arrangements. The pallbearers were: Harold Mortimer, Harvey Mortimer, Maynard Woolever, Roscoe Stanley, Dennis Holloway and Clarence King.
Hendricks, Rienholdt N. Rienholdt N. Hendricks, son of Jacob and Wanda Hendricks, was born in Milwaukee December 16, 1887. He came to the Valton community in 1911 and engaged in farm work. On October 18, 1912, he was united in marriage to Cecil Mortimer. To this union six children were born. In 1919 he went into business for himself in Valton as a blacksmith, continuing in this occupation for 20 years. Then they moved to a farm near Valton where they lived for a number of years. Due to his poor health they returned to Valton where they have since resided. He passed away at St. Joseph’s Memorial hospital, Hillsboro, on April 11, aged 75 years, 4 months and 25 days. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters Ella and Minnie, one half-sister Anna and one half-brother William, and one grandchild Gary Leonard Escher. He is survived by his wife; four daughters: Alma, Mrs. William Lamphear of Friendship; Ilis, Mrs. Lyle Dietz of Wonewoc; Delores, Mrs. Dean Beier of Wonewoc, and Lela, Mrs. Leonard Escher of Cazenovia; two sons, Merlin of Beloit and Lewis of Bonner Springs, Kansas; 14 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Emma Mueller of Montello. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Wonewoc for 50 years. He was very devoted to his family, and will be remembered by his many friends and neighbors for kindness and generosity. Funeral services were held on April 13 at 2 o-clock in the Valton Friends church with Pastors Eastman and Henderson officiating. Burial was in the Valton cemetery. Card of Thanks: Our sincere thanks and appreciation to all who remembered us in any way during the recent loss of our loved one. The family of Rhiney Hendricks.
Hendricks, Cecil Mae (Mortimer). Mrs. Cecil Mae Hendricks , 75, Valton, died Monday, October 12, 1970 in the Hillsboro hospital following an illness of about three months. She was the daughter of Will and Ella Mortimer and was born on Sept 20, 1895 in the Valton community. She was united in marriage to Reinholt N. Hendricks on Oct. 18, 1912 at Valton, where she spent her entire life. Surviving are a son, Lewis, of Bonner Springs, Kan.; and three daughters, Mrs. Lyle Dietz, Blue River; Mrs. Dean Beier, Valton; and Mrs. John Garlick, Cazenovia; a brother, Roy Mortimer, of Baraboo; a sister, Mrs. Thelma Bauer, Mauston; 16 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 1:30pm Wednesday, October 14, at the Friends Church, Valton, with Misses Rev. Eastman and Rev. Henderson officiating. Interment was in the family lot in the Valton Cemetery. The Thompson Funeral Home was I charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were: Maynard Woolever, Roscoe Stanley, Harvey Mortimer, Maurice Moon, Paul Bauer, and Lee Chatten. She was preceded in death by her husband; one daughter, Mrs. Elma Lamphear; and a son, Merlin.
Henke, Lucille E. Lucille Emma Henke, age 84 of Baraboo, passed away on Monday, October 20, 2003 at St. Clare Hospital in Baraboo. Lucille, the daughter of Leonhard and Emma (Wenzel) Kuhnau, was born on December 22, 1918 in Prairie du Sac. She was united in marriage to Alton G. Henke on August 20, 1942 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in North Freedom. Prior to Alton's death on February 19, 1972, they had operated a dairy farm. Lucille had also been employed as a clerk at Woolworth's Dime Store in Baraboo. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in North Freedom, and the Homemaker's Club. She is survived by three sisters, Olive (Donald) Feight of Baraboo, Irene (Reinhard) Harms of Reedsburg, and Ellen (Henry) Harms of Mayville, Wis.; nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends. Lucille was preceded in death by her parents, Leonhard and Emma; and her husband, Alton Henke. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, October 22, 2003 at the Oak Hill Cemetery in North Freedom with Pastor Gary Johnson officiating. The Redlin Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements.
Hewitt, Floyd R. Floyd R. "Buck" Hewitt, age 79 of Baraboo, passed away on Tuesday, March 2, at the University Hospital in Madison. Floyd, the son of Ray R. and Emma (Krintz) Hewitt, was born on Nov. 19, 1924 in Baraboo. Buck was a veteran, having served with the United States Coast Guard during World War II. He was united in marriage to Margaret (Parks) Schultz on April 19, 1983 in Missouri. Buck had been employed by Hammond Power Solutions (NECO) building transformers for many years until he retired in 1998. He was a member of the New Life Community Advent Christian Church in Baraboo. He is survived by his wife, Margaret Hewitt of Baraboo; 2 children, Sally (Bryon) Toesh of Mesa, Ariz. and Linda (Jeff) Kleven of Poynette; 15 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, Audrey (Bernard) Kinney of Sauk City and Donna (Charles) Green of Baraboo; 4 stepchildren, Shirley Vertein of North Freedom, Walter "Butch" (Joyce) Schultz of Baraboo, Marilyn (Philip) Urben of Baraboo and Roy Schultz and Sherry of North Freedom; nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends. His parents; two sisters, Helen Kamensky and Norma Good; a grandson, Richard John Neisus; a stepdaughter, Mary Weber; and a stepson-in-law, Verllyn Vertein preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 6, at the New Life Community Advent Christian Church in Baraboo with Pastor Samuel Walsh officiating. Burial will take place in the Walnut Hill Cemetery. Military rites will be accorded at the grave. Friends may call on Saturday, from 10 a.m. until the time of services, at the church. Memorials may be made to the church. The Redlin Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements.
Hill, Anita Faye (Kinsley). Died Dec. 18, 1947 Last rites for Mrs. James H. Hill, Sr. were held on Saturday afternoon at the Scheible funeral home, where many friends had gathered to pay their last respects to the well-known Baraboo woman who had passed on at St. Mary’s Ringling hospital, Dec. 18th, after having been injured in an automobile accident on Oct. 24th. The Christian Science service was read by Mrs. S. R Richardson. A vocal solo, “I Am a Pilgrim,” was given by Clinton W. Platt and Mrs. Arthur Lange was at the organ. Pallbearers were Attorney James H. Hill Jr., Thomas Hill, Herman Schilling, Russell Young, A. H. Radke, and Herman Koerth. Interment was in Walnut Hill cemetery. Anita Faye Kinsley was born in Loganville, Wis., 24th day of Sept. 1882, the youngest child of Stephen N. and Elizabeth E. Kinsley. At the age of 15 she moved with her parents to Reedsburg, Wis., where she graduated from the Reedsburg High school and taught for a while in the country schools of Sauk county. She graduated from the state normal school at Superior, Wis., and taught for several years in the high schools of northern Wisconsin. On Sept. 19, 1908, she was married to James H. Hill and they moved into the home where they have since continuously resided. To this union two children were born, Jim and Tom, both of Baraboo. During the first World War she responded to the need for teachers and again resumed her teaching for several years in the Baraboo schools. She served as a member of the board of education of Baraboo for six years and during those years the new high school building was erected. Perhaps the least known yet most earnest of her activities was a constant encouragement to young people to seek further education. Mrs. Hill was always deeply interested in club and religious work being for years a member of the 20th century club and for years a devoted member of Christian Science Society of Baraboo and held many of the church offices during her membership. She leaves her sons, Jim and Tom, her husband, a sister, Mrs. Martha McClure of Reedsburg, a niece, Mrs. Ruth Williams of Washington, D.C., a sister, Mrs. Aimee.
Hinrichs, Katherine. Mrs. Katherine Hinrichs was born in Barum, Hanover, Germany on November 20, 1825. She was married to George Hinrichs in 1850. In 1866 they came to America. To them were born four children, three sons and a daughter. Of the sons, one died in Germany at the age of two years and the other children, Henry, Fred and Mrs. Wm. Krug survive. Besides these she left seventeen grandchildren and one great-grandchild. After coming to America, the family resided on a farm near Loganville, after which they purchased the farm now owned by the oldest son, Henry. At this home the husband died in June, 1892. Since then she remained there with the exception of ten months last year which she spent with her daughter. She died at the home of her son, Henry on Wednesday morning, November 18th after an illness of two months caused by lung trouble. She was 77years, 11 months and 28 days old. The funeral was held at St. Peter's on November 21. Thus another useful life is ended and another old settler has been called to rest. Taken from the Reedsburg Free Press of November 26, 1903.
Hinz, Ella P. (Dreifke). Reedsburg Times Press (WI) Sat, Dec 23, 1995 Ella P. Hinz, 101, Reedsburg, died Tuesday at the Edward Snyder Nursing Home in Reedsburg. She was born on Aug. 31, 1894, in Ableman, the daughter of Fred Dreifke & Minnie Bittrich. On Sept. 16, 1914 Ella was united in marriage to Edward F. Hinz at St John's Lutheran Church, Rock Springs, formerly Ableman. This marriage was blessed with 3 children. Edward preceded her in death on May 14, 1961. She was also preceded in death by her parents; daughter Pearl Rhode; 2 great grandchildren, and three brothers. Ella and her husband farmed this area for many years prior to their retirement. She was a member of St John Lutheran Church and Ladies Aid, past member of the Birthday Club and school board member for Green Valley School, a oneroom schoolhouse. Ella is survived by her children, Edward A. (Janice) Hinz of Reedsburg; Adeline Thomas of Madison; 11 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; 15 great-great-grandchildren; other relatives and friends. Funeral services for Ella P. Hinz were conducted yesterday at St. John's Lutheran Church in Rock Springs with Reverend Paul Schroeder officiating. Burial followed in Oak Hill cemetery, North Freedom. Friends called Thursday at the Farber Funeral Home. The family request memorials of rememberance be made to St. John's Lutheran Church, Rock Springs in lieu of flowers. The Farber Funeral home has been assisting the family with the arrangements.
Hinz, Edward F. Reedsburg TimesPress May 18, 1961 Services are Held for Edward Hinz. Funeral services for Edward FD. Hinz, 69, Freedom township farmer, were held in St John’s Lutheran Church, Rock Springs, Tuesday. Burial was in the North Freedom cemetery. Mr Hinz died Saturday in a Baraboo Hospital after a long illness. Surviving are his wife, the former Ella Driefke; a daughter, Mrs Homer Thomas, Madison; a son, Edward, Rock Springs; 2 brothers, Richard and August, North Freedom; a sister, Mrs Anna Longrie, Plymouth; 11 grandchildren and a great-grandchild.
Hinz, Garvin P. Mr. Garvin P. Hinz, age 76 of Rock Springs, passed away Saturday, August 31, 1991 at his home following a courageous battle with cancer. Mr. Hinz, the son of August and Gertrude (B rilliott) Hinz was born in the Town of Freedom on October 7, 1914. He was married to the former Adeline Schara on February 14, 1939 at St. Josephs Catholic Church in Baraboo. He and his wife farmed in the Town of Freedom for 37 years up until his retirement in 1976 when they moved to Rock Springs. He was a member of St. Josephs Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Adeline, Rock Springs; three daughters, Carol (Dick) Costerisan, Reedsburg, Ardith (Tim) Curtin, Reedsburg and Audrey (Bill) Oetzman, Loganville; five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; two brothers, Clifford (Gracie) Hinz, Baraboo and August (Shirley) Hinz, Windsor; many nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister, LaVerne and one grandson, Michael Costerisan. Mass of Christian burial was held on Wednesday, September 4, 1991 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Josephs Catholic Church. Fr. Kent A. Schmitt and Fr. Lorin Bowens officiated. Friends called on Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Redlin Funeral Home where there was a prayers servie held at 8:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the church.
Hoffman, Robert James Jr. Robert James Hoffman, Jr. of Baraboo passed away on Wednesday, July 2, 2003 at the age of 61. Bob was born on April 15, 1942 to Robert J. and Marion E. (Krueger) Hoffman in Fond du Lac. He graduated with a BS Degree in Biology from UW-Stevens Point in 1970. Bob served as a combat platoon leader and Lieutenant with the U.S. Army's 1st Infantry Div. in Vietnam. He was decorated with the Bronze Star with a V for Valor, the Purple Heart, a Combat Infantryman's Badge and a Jungle Expert Badge. Bob was united in marriage to Sally M. Bartosch on July 11, 1970 in Waterloo. He was employed as a manager of manufacturing and packaging at Promega Corp. in Madison and was a member of APIC and I.O.P.P. Bob was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Baraboo. He also belonged to the Masonic Lodge in Neosho, Wis. He enjoyed hunting and fishing, was an avid racquetball player and especially enjoyed working with people with special needs. He is survived by: his wife, Sally Hoffman of Baraboo; his son, Robert James Hoffman, III of Baraboo; his father, Robert Hoffman of Randolph; five brothers, Fred (Kaye) Hoffman of Stevens Point, Mike (Lois) Hoffman of Sturtevant, Pat (Patricia) Hoffman of Burlington, Tim (Connie) Hoffman of Columbus and Dennis (Patty) Hoffman of Enon, Ohio; a sister, Martha (Mike) Howard of Kenosha; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Bob was preceded in death by his mother, Marion. Memorial services will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 7, 2003 at the First United Methodist Church in Baraboo with the Rev. Dr. Forrest Clark and Lay Pastoral Associate George Burgess officiating. Friends may call on Monday, from 5 p.m. until the time of services, at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Special Olympics or the First United Methodist Church. The Redlin Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements.
Holderman, Henry. Henry Holderman, son of John and Rebecca Hunt Holderman was born in Indiana, March 14, 1861, and departed this life at the home of his son William on August 27, at the age of 95 years, five months, and 13 days. He was one of a family of five children and came with the family to Wisconsin at the age of five years. They settled in the Valton community where he has since resided. Mr. Holderman knew the hardships of pioneer life and he was always ready and willing to help in time of trouble or sickness, or in any way he could. His parents, one brother, and two sisters preceded him in death. One sister, Mrs. Rella Collins, of Stetsonville, who is 93, survives. On Christmas Day, 1884, was solemnized his marriage to Miss Harriet Ellen Shreve, daughter of Hezekiah and Rachel Shreve of Hillsboro. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride. To this union were born five children: William, of Wonewoc; Ernest, of Chickasha, Okla.; Jennie, Mrs. Willard Henderson, Stanley; a daughter Jessie preceded him in death at the age of two in the year 1895; and Bert, of Madison. Mrs. Holderman passed away in 1951. Since that time, he has made his home with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Henderson, Stanley, and Mr. and Mrs. William Holderman of Wonewoc. Even in the last days when he was confined to home, he was always patient and gladly received the visits and remembrances of his many friends. Mr. Holderman leaves to mourn their loss, one daughter, three sons, 20 grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren, and three great-great grandchildren, and a great host of other relatives and friends. He will always be remembered for his kindly and friendly disposition. Funeral services were held Wednesday Afternoon, Aug. 29, from the Nelson-Pratt Funeral Home, Cazenovia at 1:30; and at the Wesleyan Methodist church at Valton at 2:00. Rev. L. J. Poe officiated, assisted by Rev. Miss Norma Henderson of the Valton Friends church. Burial was in the Valton cemetery. Pallbearers were: Leo Thompson, Archie Shore, Sullivan Henderson, Harry Jordan, Harold Mortimer, and Dolph Mortimer. Relatives who attended the services from away were: Ernest Holderman, Chickasha, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Holderman, St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holderman, Alice and Velma, Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Holderman and Joanie Dale, Fond Du Lac; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holderman and Jimmy, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holderman, Stanley; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Henderson and Opal; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henderson; Mrs. Norman Johnston and Mrs. Jake Manier, all of Stanley; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Felix, and Mr. and Mrs. John Patton, Oshkosh, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shreve, Mrs. Minnie Shreve and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mellom, of Hillsboro.
Holly, Esther A. Esther A. Holly, age 93, of Loganville, died on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005 at the Maplewood Nursing Home in Sauk City. She was born on Oct. 21, 1911 in Marathon, the daughter of Herman and Emilie (Rasphel) Kolbe. Esther was baptized and confirmed into the Lutheran faith. On March 25, 1933 she was married to Henry W. Holly. He preceded her in death on Aug. 16, 1966. Esther worked at Badger Ordinance and later in the dietary department at the Sauk County Health Care Center until her retirement. She was a faithful member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, a member of the Reedsburg Senior Seranaders until 2002 and was a volunteer with the Reedsburg Hospital Auxillary. She also enjoyed her home, garden, quilting for missions and spending time with her children and grandchildren. Survivors include five children: Marlene (Don) Fuller, of Janesville; Kathryn Rufenacht, of Ironton; Marilyn (Wilmar) Sprecher, of Prairie du Sac; Ralph (Kathleen) Holly, of Reedsburg and Mark (Linda) Holly of Loganville; a daughter-in-law: Judy Holly, of Sauk City; 10 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; two great great grandchildren; six step grandchildren and two step great grandchildren; nieces and nephews; other relatives and friends. In addition to her husband, Henry, she was also preceded in death by her son, Richard, in 1992; her parents; one sister: Gertrude Witter; four brothers: Frederich, Herman, Elmer and infant, Paul; and two adopted sisters: Anna and Tina. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Loganville with Pastor Christopher Miller officiating. Interment will be in the Ohio Cemetery at Rio. There will be a visitation from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the service on Thursday at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Peter's Lutheran Church would be appreciated. The Hoof Funeral Home in Reedsburg is serving the family.
Holtz, Clarence E. (Pat). Reedsburg Area Medical Center. He was born November 19, 1920 in Abelman, the son of Paul and Sara (Egerer) Holtz. Pat was a veteran of World War II serving with the U.S. Army. On November 23, 1948 he was married to the former Bernadine L. Fuller. Pat worked for Seats, Inc. for 27 years until his retirement in October, 1982. He then delivered prescriptions for Collins Drugs for twelve years. He was a member of the Thurber - Greenwood V.F.W. Post 1916. He enjoyed gardening, fishing and coon hunting. Survivors include his wife, Bernadine; two sons: Scott (Laura) Holtz, of Escondido, California and Patrick (Chris) Holtz, of Reedsburg; four grandchildren: Kyle, Cierra, Mitchell and Nicole; three sisters: Wilma Carpenter, of Escondido, California; Helen (Clarence) Grover, of Reedsburg and Darleen (Lawrence) Schubring, of Escondidio, California; one brother: Lyle (Jean) Holtz, of Reedsburg; nieces and nephews; other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be conducted at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday at the HOOF FUNERAL HOME in Reedsburg with Rev. Mark Brandel officiating. Interment with military rites will be in Greenwood Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Friday at the HOOF FUNERAL HOME in Reedsburg. In lieu of flowers, memorials would be appreciated.
Holtz, Emma (Rohde). Emma Rohde was born on the 8th of December, 1865 in Neumuhl, Germany. She was baptized as an infant, received her education and religious instruction in Konitz, a town in the neighborhood of her birthplace, and was there confirmed in the Lutheran church. At the age of about 18 years she came to Ableman, settling in Ableman, and spent her life as a resident of this community. She was united in marriage to the late William P. Holtz on the 13th of November, 1887, and this union was blessed with five children, all of whom remain to mourn their loss. The deceased mother passed away at 2 o'clock in the morning, on the 13th day of January, 1931 in the faith of that Saviour whom she had served all her life. During her whole life in Ableman she has been a member of the Lutheran congregation there. She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Baumgarten, of Ableman, with whom she has resided since the death of her husband last June, at the age of sixty-six years, one month and five days. Her children are: Adolph F. Holtz, of Ableman; Henry L. Holtz, of Chicago; Mrs. Carl M. Beth, of Reedsburg; Mrs. Allen J. Black of Litchfield, Ill.; and Mrs. Edward L. Baumgarten, of Ableman. Her brothers, Gottlieb Rohde, of Ableman, C. J. Rohde, of Iowa and four residing in Germany, and her sisters, Mrs. Herman Zimmerman, of Reedsburg, and other sister in Germany survive. There are also eight grandchildren who mourn their loss. She leaves a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held on January 15 at the Lutheran church at Ableman with Rev. Herbert Kirchner, of Baraboo officiating. Burial was made on the family plot in the Ableman Lutheran cemetery. She was beloved of all who knew her and was ever ready to lend a helping hand where help was needed. Taken from the Reedsburg Paper.
Hooker, Francis. Francis Hooker, 76, Reedsburg, passed away on Monday, Feb. 23, 2004, at the Reedsburg Area Medical Center. He was born on Sept. 6, 1927, in Cazenovia, the son of Frank and Millie (nee Snorek) Hooker. Francis proudly served his country in the United States Army during WWII. On July 17, 1947, Francis married Hedwig Ganyik. This marriage was blessed with one son. Francis farmed in rural Cazenovia for many years. In 1979, he and Hedi moved to Reedsburg where he worked for B&H Lumber until his retirement in November 1994. Francis enjoyed reading western books and watching westerns on television. His greatest enjoyment was spending time with his neighbors and talking with his granddaughters. He would often play pool with his great-granddaughters and friends. Francis was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Hedi on May 6, 1998; his son, Robert James Hooker on June 9, 1978; brothers, Rudolph and Ernest Hooker. He is survived by his granddaughters, Lori (Alan) Gunn, Houston, Texas, and Jennifer (Sean) Newby, Elizabethtown, N.C.; great-grandchildren, Breann Gunn and Chelsea Gunn, both of Houston, Texas, and Andrew Acosta, Puerto Rico; daughter-in-law, Maria I. Hooker, Cameron, N.C.; brothers, Adolph (Eva) Hooker, Baraboo, Bill (Dawneen) Hooker, Rock Springs, and Joseph (Irene) Hooker, North Freedom; several nieces and nephews along with other relatives and friends. Funeral services for Francis Hooker will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 26 at the Farber Funeral Home in Reedsburg with Pastor Scott Walters officiating. Burial will follow in Greenwood Cemetery in Reedsburg. Friends may call today, Wednesday, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Farber Funeral Home and on Thursday from 12:30 p.m. until the time of service at the funeral home. Memorials of remembrance may be made to the Reedsburg Area Medical Center Foundation. The Farber Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements.
Hopkins, Nettie. March 10, 1955 Miss Nettie Hopkins, lifelong resident of Baraboo and vicinity, passed away about four o’clock on Thursday afternoon at a Reedsburg hospital where she had spent the past few weeks. Miss Hopkins had been an invalid for many years, having been confined to St. Mary’s Ringling hospital here for some 15 years. She was the daughter of James Newton Hopkins, a Civil war veteran and pioneer resident here, while her mother was Georgianna Smith Hopkins. She was born, July 6, 1875, in Sauk county. For many years she was employed in the Nehs grocery later the Neitzel store here. Local cousins who survive Miss Hopkins are Mrs. Myrtle Bennett, Baraboo, and Mrs. Leona Leppla, North Freedom. Funeral services are to be held on Saturday afternoon at two-thirty at Scheible funeral home, the Rev. Maurice Jones of the Presbyterian church officiating. Burial will be made in Walnut Hill cemetery.
Horine, Lillie May Beeson. From the Reedsburg (Sauk Co, WI) Free Press November 5, 1931: Former Ironton Lady Dies In California The following obituary of a former Ironton resident was published in the Whittier News of Whittier, Calif. under date of October 22nd. Funeral services for the late Mrs. S. B. Horine were held yesterday afternoon at the White-Emerson Funeral Parlors, conducted by the Rev. Ernest E. Day, pastor of the Plymouth Congregational Church. Mrs. Jack Bliss and Mrs. Stauss, accompanied by Mrs. Winifred Folgleman Lawrence sang "He Leadeth Me", and "Sweet Peace the Gift of God's Love" and Mrs. Strauss sang "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." Interment was made at the Rose Hills Cemetery. Pallbearers were A.C. Coleman, A.D. Holloway, E.J. Sharpless, B.A. Smith, E.T. Stoddard and F. N. Velzy. Lillie May Beeson was born September 21, 1866 near Ironton, Wisconsin, and died October 19, 1931, at Anaheim Hospital. In the year 1854 Meredith and Melinda Mason-Beeson moved with other Quakers, by covered wagon, from Hamilton county, Indiana, to the picturesque forest-clad hills of the Little Baraboo Valley, near Ironton, Wisconsin, where there was a Quaker settlement. Here they builded a home and reared a family of seven children, four having died in infancy. Lillie was next to the youngest. She was educated in the public schools and the Sunday School of that community, and by quiet Christian parents, and under good influence, a favorite among her young friends. She united with the Wesleyan Methodist Church, to which her parents adhered. On October 27, 1887, she was united in marriage to Stephen D. Horine, a prospective minister of that pioneer place, who preceded her to the better land February 9, 1931. After their marriage they did pastrol work for three years in the suburbs of Chicago, where he later attended and was graduated from the Chicago Theological Seminary and was called to the pastorate of the Congregational Church at Ogden, Iowa. Here in 1896, Rev. S.D. Horine was stricken with that strange paralytic ailment which rendered him an invalid for practically the remainder of his life, the last twelve years of which he was helpless on his bed. In 1901 the family came to Whittier where relatives and friends had sought health and prosperity. Here, a pioneer, with little means, an invalid husband and young children, Lillie Horine faced life bravely, courageously trusting in God and willing to do her whole part. She sacrificed all on the altar of love to God and her family and friends, never thinking of herself apart from devoted service to others. Since the death of her husband eight months ago, she has been visiting a part of the time with her living children, all married and much attached to their mother, welcoming her at all times. Her Christian faith was shown in her daily life of which her children say "Nothing to too good to say about our dear mother, who was the best friend we ever had." Her shrine was always the invalid husband's chamber, always so neat, clean and cheerful with flowers, bright decorations and sunshine. Yet occasionally she arranged to slip away to her church, a social gathering or the W.C.T.U. to which she belonged. So uncomplaining was she that even her family did not know of her physical condition, and her death after two weeks in the hospital was a shock to all. Only one of her father's family is left, a brother, Rev. J.F. Beeson, of Monaca, Pennsylvania. Her brothers were Thomas, John, William, Jonathan, Charles and one sister, Mrs. Clementine Warner. To mourn the loss of a loving mother are four sons, Merrill of Victorville, Felix B. and Marcellus of Whittier, Scott of Long Beach, and one daughter, Mrs. Denelda Hoag of Huntington Park; also eight grandchildren. As her children were about her at the hospital, she said, "A kind Father is watching over you, be true Christians." Although she did not expect to die so soon, she had no fear of death, but the kind Father took her to meet the little boy, Douglass, the husband so lately gone and a host of other dear ones in that "sweet bye and bye." Her prayers and beckoning hand are for a united family in Heaven.
Horstman, Louis J. Baraboo Weekly News Aug. 30, 1956 Louis J. Horstman, 94, of Baraboo passed away Friday afternoon at St. Mary’s Ringling hospital. A lifelong resident of Baraboo, for many years he operated the Horstman market. The market was located at the present site of the Chocolate Shop. Surviving Mr. Horstman are one son, Edwin W. of Los Angeles, one daugher, Mrs. S. W. (Isabelle) Powers of Santa Barbara, Calif., five grandchildren, and one sister, Miss Laura M. Horstman of Rockford, Ill.
Hubbard, Mrs. J.H. Baraboo News Dec. 12, 1940 Mrs. J. H. Hubbard, for many years a resident of Baraboo, died on Saturday morning at a hospital in Long Beach, California, where she had been ill with pneumonia. This past fall the Hubbards had sold their home on Second avenue and had gone to California with the idea of making their permanent home there. They were residing in an apartment hotel while building a new home into which they had planned to move within the next three weeks. Mrs. John Howard, a niece of the deceased, has received word that the interment may not be here until April. Mrs. Hubbard is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Mashall Meyer, of St. Cloud, Minn., and a step-son, Leroy Hubbard, of Reedsburg, as well as several grandchildren.
Huff, John R. John R. Huff, 71 of Reedsburg, died Sunday, Aug. 21, 2005, at the Wisconsin Dells Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was born July 9, 1934, in Cazenovia, the son of Ernest and Esther (nee Siemandel) Huff. John proudly served his country in the U.S. Army, serving in the Korean War. On May 12, 1956, John was united in marriage to Donna Faye Newman in Baraboo. Donna preceded him in death in 1998. John was employed with Seats, Inc. of Reedsburg for 43 years. He also had a saw sharpening business at home. John was a member of VFW Post 1916. He was a collector of guns and Native American artifacts. He was also preceded in death by his parents and nephews, Delbert Woodruff and Edward Klitzke. He is survived by his daughter, Susan Rott of Reedsburg; grandchildren, Carrie Riggs and Sara Finnegan, both of Reedsburg; step-granddaughter, Cortney Rott; great-granddaughter, Skylar Riggs of Reedsburg; brother, Howard (Marian) Huff of Reedsburg; sisters, Mildred Klitzke, Bernice Woodruff and Betty Reinfeldt, all of Reedsburg; special friend, Joyce Mortensen of Reedsburg; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins, along with other relatives and friends. Funeral services for John R. Huff will be conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2005, at the Farber Funeral Home with Pastor Ray Harms officiating. Burial will follow in St. Peter's Cemetery in Reedsburg with Military Graveside Rites conducted by Reedsburg VFW Post 1916. Friends called on Tuesday, Aug. 23 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Farber Funeral Home and also may call on Wednesday from 10 a.m. until the time of service. In lieu of flowers, memorials of remembrance may be made to the Reedsburg VFW Post 1916.
Hummell, Dr. William J. Dr. William J. Hummel was born in Trempealeau, Wis., on February 11, 1880. In this village he spent his boyhood days, graduating from Trempealeau high school at the age of 17 years. His ambition was to study medicine and therefore entered the Milwaukee Medical College. During his spare hours he worked to help meet expenses for his further education. After completion of his medical studies there in 1902, he decided to locate at Ableman. Here and in the surrounding community he worked up a very successful practice. The welfare of his community and friends were of deep interest to him and and his tireless eforts in his work, his truthful and manly character in his profession gained for him the confidence and respect of the people and his colleagues. At Ableman and community, he worked unceasingly for the past 28 years until poor health caused him to retire. Dr. Hummel was one of the organizers of the Farmers State Bank, Ableman, and had been its president since its organization in 1912. After his illness for the past several months, Dr. Hummel passed away at his home Wednesday noon at 12:30 o'clock, May 21, 1930. Short funeral services were held at the home Saturday aftertoon at 1:30 o;clock and then followed with services at St. John's Lutheran church, conducted by the Rev. F. P. Popp. Interment was at North Freedom cemetery. The services were largely attended by his vast circle of friends. Pallbearers were Drs. F. Daly, A. L. Farnsworth, F. E. Tryon, Edw. McGrath, O. V. Pawlisch ands E. Jewell. His marriage to Miss Lillian Schulte of Ableman, took place June 20, 1906. Their union was a most happy one and was blessed with two children. He leaves to mourn their loss his beloved wife, a son, William Junior, a daughter, Caroline, two brothers and two sisters and a host of friends.
Inman, Lelilah. Lelilah Applegate Inman ied at the home of her daughter in the town of Washington, on the 20th day of April, 1902, Mrs. Lelilah Applegate Inman, aged 87 years 6 months and 24 days. Mrs. Inman was born in the town of Newton, Sussex Co., New Jersey, November 26, 1814. The family move to Nescopeck, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Here Mrs. Inman became acquainted with R. S. Inman, whom she married in 1833. A few years later another move was made, this time settling in Rock., Wisconsin, a little west of the city of Janesville, in 1841. Still the pioneer spirit was not satisfied and thirteen years later in the fall of 1854 the Inman family settled in the town of Washington, Sauk Co, Wisconsin, which place has been the home of Mrs. Inman with but one short interval, ever since, that interval of two years being spent in San Jose, California, with her daughter, Clara. Mrs. Inman early in life united with the M. E. Church and as death drew near rejoiced in the thought of entering into the reward of a well spent life. Of the marriage thirteen children were born, all but one having attained manhood or womanhood. Seven of whom are still living to mourn her loss. Cyprian residing in Catlin, Washington; Sarah M. Roberts, with whom she was living at the time of her death; Peter, living in Rodney, Ia; Burt, whose home is in Milton, Oregon; Casildea Cary of Tracy, Minn.; Clara A. Baldwin of Aronas, Calif; and Clarence Applegate Inman of Creston, WA; Of the children the two daughters, Sarah M and Clara A were with her at the time of her death. Of the boys four of them did good service in the late Civil War, Israel in the 3rd. Wis Vol Inf; Cyprian whose regiment is forgotten by the writer and Richard in the 3rd Wis Vol Inf. By a curious coincidence her funeral was held in the Loganville school house on the anniversary of the funeral of her son Richard just thirty years ago. The writer wishes to add his testimony to the universal respect and esteem in which Mrs. Inman was held by her neighbors and friends. Kind and sympathetic in nature, she was a universal favorite of the young people far and near, who were sure to have a hearty welcome and a God speed from her.