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151 Ejer af Centralhotellet i Toftlund Andersen, Anker Marius (I3437)
152 Electrician Hede, Holger Thomas (I2808)
153 Enligt kirkebogen: Han døde af tæring Larsen, Hans (I4764)
154 EPPING -- Harold B. Braley Sr., 77, died Nov. 25, 2013, at Elliot Hospital in Manchester, after a long period of declining health following a major stroke nine years ago.

He was born Jan. 28, 1936, in Northwood, son of the late George Moses Braley and Bertha (Murray) Braley. Harold was the youngest of 13 children. He grew up in Northwood and Epping. Harold lived more than 50 years on St. Laurent St. in Epping.

He spent most of his adult life working at Spaulding and Frost Barrel Co. in Fremont and later worked in woodworking at the Penny Fence Co. in Derry for 15 years. Harold was on both the volunteer police and fire departments in Epping.

He is survived by his son, Harold Braley Jr.; a stepson, John Long; a stepdaughter, Serina Roy; five grandchildren, Allyson Roy, Austin Long, Cole Long, Jordan Long and Kayla Braley; and several nieces and nephews.

SERVICES: Calling hours will be held Saturday, Nov. 30, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Brewitt Funeral Home, 9 Pleasant St., Epping. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Saturday at 1 p.m. at St. Joseph Church, Epping. Burial will follow in St. Joseph Cemetery, Epping.

Flowers are acceptable.

New Hampshire Union Leader (Manchester, NH) - Friday, November 29, 2013 
Braley, Harold Bernard (I763)
155 Eriksson f. Gustafsson, Frida Maria

Herrängsv. 63

Död 20/8 1944.

Kyrkobokförd i Brännkyrka (Stockholms stad, Södermanland).

Född 2/3 1880 i Össeby-Garn (Stockholms län, Uppland).

Gift kvinna (19/4 1904).
Källa: Sveriges Dödbok 1901-2013
Gustafsson, Frida Maria (I3195)
156 Eriksson, Carl Hugo

Skånegatan 1

Död 10/4 1947.

Kyrkobokförd i Högalid (Stockholms stad, Uppland).

Född 6/7 1877 i Riala (Stockholms län, Uppland).

Änkling (20/8 1944).
Källa: Sveriges Dödbok 1901-2013 
Eriksson, Karl Hugo (I3194)
157 Ethelyn (nee Heitman) Rossen, a resident of the Oakton Arms, Des Plaines, died on Dec. 25 in Lutheran General Hospital.

She was a resident of Park Ridge from 1954 to 1998. She was active in the Twentieth Century Juniors, Twentieth Century Club and Good Shepherd United Methodist Church. She also was past president of the Park Ridge Historical Society and a key member of the Park Ridge Heritage Committee.

She worked as an audiologist in the late 1970s for the Village of Skokie and the state of Illinois.

Survivors include her children, Betsy Rossen Elliot and Roger (Patty) Rossen; and grandchildren, Miranda and Dana Elliot.

A memorial service was held on Dec. 29 at Drake and Son Funeral Home, Park Ridge. Burial was private.

Memorials to Children's Shriners Hospital, 2211 N. Oak Park Ave., Chicago, Ill., are appreciated.

Edison-Norwood Times Review (IL) - Thursday, January 6, 2000  
Heitman, Ethelyn (I1219)
158 Faddere ved dåbet: Anders Jessen Holm, Ballum. Caroline Holm, Skast. Anders Larsen, Bredebro.

Unteroffizier i 1. verdenskrig ved 75. Reserve Infanterie 
Petersen, Jes Andersen (I2829)
159 Faldt den 20-07-1916 i Biaches/Frankrig. Han var Gefreiter ved infanteriet Lorenzen, Cornelius (I2511)
160 February 24, 1999
The Orlando Sentinel

KATHERINE A. SIMONET, 92, Lake Underhill Road, Orlando, died Tuesday, Feb. 23. Mrs. Simonet was a homemaker. Born in Wilmette, Ill., she moved to Central Florida in 1919. She was a member of First United Methodist Church, Orlando. Survivors: sons, William F., Orlando, Richard H., Melbourne Beach, Donald E., Kansas City, Kan.; 14 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando.  
Jacobsen, Katherine Anna (I3655)
161 Fick ansöka om lov at gifta sig Family F949
162 Fingal, Frida Valborg

Murgrönsv 20
125 32 Älvsjö
(Boendeadress 1 nov 1970)

Död 27/8 1974.

Kyrkobokförd (1967) i Brännkyrka, Stockholms stad (Stockholms län, Södermanland). Mantalsskriven (1967) på samma ort.

Född 1/5 1910 i Österåker (Stockholms län, Uppland).

Gift kvinna (23/10 1937).
Källa: Sveriges Dödbok 1901-2013 
Eriksson, Frida Valborg (I3202)
163 Fodermester i Dover, Peter Bonne Thomsen (1926-1984) er født i Ydby og søn af boelsmand, Albert Marius Thomsen og Maren Jensine Andersen. Han blev gift i 1955 i Bedsted kirke med Ellen Marie Nør Nielsen (1931-) der er født i Hurup og datter af boelsmand, Martin Andreas Nielsen og Bodil Cecile Nør. Han er begravet på Ydby kirkegård.
Blandt deres børn er: Bjarne Thomsen (1956-), Egon Thomsen (1959-) 
Thomsen, Peter Bonne (I4077)
164 Fodermester, fiskehandler Christiansen, Theodor Emil (I161)
165 Forlover ved bryllupet med Jens Jacobsen Schmidt var hendes bror Peter Nielsen Rossen, Mosebøl, Skærbæk Sogn og Kjeld Petersen, Mosebøl.
Ved vielsen med Niels Jørgen Simonsen er hun fraskilt
Hans mor, Maren Rossen, var gift med en mand, som var rejst til Amerika og måske gift derovre. Niels J.Simonsen, som Maren var husbestyrerinde for, angav selv, at han var far til hendes to børn, som blev født før deres vielse.
Opholdt sig ved sin død hos svigersønnen Erki Lauridsen i Bredgade, Ringkøbing. 
Rossen, Maren (I30)
166 FRATTI WANDA (Nee CANDUSSO) March 16, 2011. Beloved wife of the late Oliver "Bob." Loving mother of Robert Fratti and Rita (Neil) Lindholm. Visitation Sunday 2-8pm at Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons, Inc. 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Parkway (16 Mile). In state Monday 9:30am until 10:00am Mass at St. Andrew Catholic Church (1400 Inglewood, Rochester - 2 blocks east of Rochester Rd. south of Tienken). Entombment Resurrection Cemetery. Memorials preferred to St. Jude Children's Research

From The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press, 18 Mar 2011 
Candusso, Wanda Elsa (I3704)
167 FRATTI, OLIVER, (BOB). March 22, 1998. Age 74. Beloved husband of Wanda. Dear father of Robert Fratti and Rita (Neil) Lindholm. Dear brother of Minnie Bonucchi. Visitation Tuesday 1:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. at Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons Inc. 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Pkwy. (16 Mile) Rosary Tuesday 7:00 p.m. In state Wednesday 11:30 a.m. for 12 noon Mass at St. Peter s Catholic Church (Vernier & 12 Beaconsfield) Harper Woods. Entombment Resurrection. Memorials may be made to St. Jude s Childrens Resurrection.
Dated March 24, 1998  
Fratti, Oliver Peter (I3702)
168 Frymark, Annette Mae Annette Frymark (née Rossen), age 89, of Burr Ridge, died Friday, January 17, at her home surrounded by her family. She was born February 27, 1924 in Oak Park, Illinois, and grew up in River Forest with her mother Ruth Rossen, her brother Matthew, and her grandparents. She was a graduate of Oak Park and River Forest High School. In 1946 she married William Frymark, M.D. and accompanied him during his Naval service on Guam. They later lived in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin and in Oak Park before making their family home in Hinsdale, where they resided for 47 years before moving to Burr Ridge. Summers were spent with family in Saugatuck, Michigan. Annette was a devoted daughter, wife, mother, and grandmother, a volunteer for Meals on Wheels, a member of the Hinsdale Hospital Distaff, the Infant Welfare Society of Hinsdale, the Suburban Protestant Guild of Oak Park, and the Hinsdale Golf Club. She was preceded in death by her mother Ruth, her brother Matthew Rossen, and her parents-in-law Emily and August Frymark. She is survived by Bill, her devoted husband of 67 years, her loving children Nancy (Calvin) Roesner, William (Cynthia) Frymark, Jr., MD, and John (Tami) Frymark. She is also survived by seven cherished grandchildren; Charles (Marisa Wlodek) Roesner, Anne (Nicholas) Petty, Craig (Jenn) Frymark, Carolyn (John) Vendafreddo, Keith Frymark, Alison Frymark, and Jack Frymark. In the past year she also became great-grandmother to Virginia Mae Petty and Cameron Crawford Frymark. Annette will be remembered by her family and friends as an avid tennis player who loved to sing and dance, usually in the kitchen, and play the piano by ear. She also never met a dog she did not like. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made to the charity of your choice . The family invites friends to visit with them on Saturday, January 25, 2014 between 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM at King-Bruwaert House, 6101 South County Line Road, Burr Ridge, Il 60527.
Rossen, Annette Mae (I1164)
169 Funeral services for Erma Taylor will be held at 11:00 AM, Saturday, February 8, 2014, at Mt. Hope Lutheran Church with Pastor John Hill officiating. Burial will be at Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Casper.

Mrs. Taylor, 93, passed away February 5, 2014 at Wyoming Medical Center in Casper following a short illness. She was born March 15, 1920 in Lincoln County, Nebraska. She graduated high school.

Mrs. Taylor enjoyed playing cards and loved to laugh; she found humor in many things.

She is survived by daughter, Elaine Clough of Beaverton, OR, daughter, Joann Watson of Casper, grandson John J. Cotton of Casper, granddaughter Lisa Hamilton of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, grandson Brian Box of Cheyenne, grandson Richard Clough of Beaverton, OR, and  grandson, Clayton Clough of Casper.  She is also survived by 7 great grandchildren and 9 great great grandchildren.

The family would appreciate donations be given to Mount Hope Lutheran School.
Jorgensen, Erma Fern (I3811)
170 Füsilier i 1. Verdenskrig ved 86. Füsilier Regiment Petersen, Jef Hansen (I2835)
171 Gartner Quitzau, Peter Detlefsen Heinrich (I3674)
172 George Christian Steelhammer a longtime resident of Rochester, died Saturday, August 7, 2010, at his home in Rochester.
He was born January 14, 1922 to Fritz Harold Steelhammer and Clara Miller Steelhammer in Nashua, Iowa.
George married Barbara Jean Sturdevant June 17, 1943, in Galvin, Washington. Mrs. Steelhammer died on October 15, 1999. On August 16, 2003, George married Eleanor (Tootie) Voight, who survives him. He leaves behind his Yorkie and special friend Molly.
George was a dairy farmer and also raised salmon at the family farm in Rochester. While dairy farming George was also a master sheetmetal craftsman and in the 1960's was co-founder of Chehalis Sheet Metal, which was later sold. George worked in the Bremerton naval shipyards during World War II.
George is survived by his five children; Eudora (Leonard) Carlson, Judy (Terry) Stratton, Debby (Dan) Swecker, Mark (Luanne) Steelhammer, and Glen (Clela) Steelhammer, all of Rochester; 14 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and eight nieces and nephews. He is also survived by his sister Yvonne Van Doren of Redding, California, and Page (Margaret) Steelhammer of Fords Prairie, Washington.
Mr. Steelhammer passed away at the age of 88.  
Steelhammer, George Christian (I2681)
173 George Edward Olmstead, Jr., 76, of Wilton, NH, formerly of North Haven, died Monday (June 8, 1998) in Wilton after being stricken at home. He was the husband of the late Elvira Hanghoj Olmstead. Mr. Olmstead was born in Stamford, Nov. 25, 1921, son of the late George and Jessie Chavelle Olmstead. He lived in Wilton for over a year, moving from North Haven, where he lived for 20 years. He worked for over 50 years at G&O Manufacturing in New Haven, now part of the Allen Group. He was general foreman at the time of his retirement. He was a member of Pilgrim's Harbor Golf Course in Wallingford, and was the Club Open Champion in 1996. He leaves daughters, Elizabeth Valvo of Bristol, Alison Kaladish of Wilton, NH, Heidi W. Olmstead of Mancheste r; a sister, Louise Olmstead of Wethersfield; and six grandchildren. He was predeceased by a daughter, Lauren Willette. Graveside services will be at the Centerville Genetery, Saturday (June 20), 11 a.m. Friends may call at the Hawley Lincoln Memorial, 493 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, Friday (June 19), 5-8 p.m.

The Hartford Courant, Connecticut, 18 Jun 1998 
Olmstead, George Edward (I3380)
174 Gerald "Jerry" Floyd McIlravy, 71, died March 31, 2013 at Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines, IA. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 5, 2013 at the First Baptist Church in Creston. Pastor David Tebbenkamp will officiate the service. Private burial will be at the Greenfield Cemetery in Greenfield. Open visitation will be from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with family receiving friends from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, April 4, 2013 at the Powers Funeral Home in Creston. Memorials can be made to the First Baptist Church Camp Scholarship. Online condolences can be made under the obituary category at
Jerry was born in rural Orient, Iowa on July 2, 1941 to Charley Hugh McIlravy and Olive Christine (Rogers) McIlravy. He graduated from Orient High School in 1959, then the Commercial Extension in Omaha, Neb. Jerry worked as a bus line router for Continental Trailways in Omaha, Neb. and Los Angeles, Calif., then as an aircraft router for Western Airlines in Los Angeles, Calif. On March 13, 1971 he was united in marriage to M. Susan Eder in Los Angeles, Calif. In 1973 Jerry and Susan moved back to rural Orient to farm. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Creston. He enjoyed antique farm equipment, fishing and hunting, spending time tinkering in the shop and spending time with his kids and grandkids.
Gerald is survived by his wife, Susan McIlravy of rural Creston; three sons, Kevin (wife Michelle) their children, Jayden and Jeremiah McIlravy of Maddock, N.D., Jason (wife Marisa) their children, Alik and Mikhail "Misha" McIlravy of Cambridge and Matt (wife Ashley) McIlravy of Ballinger, TX; two brothers, Dean (wife Nancy) McIlravy of Norwalk and Don (wife Carol) McIlravy of Jamestown, N.D.; several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Charley and Olive (Rogers) McIlravy; and brother James McIlravy 
McIlravy, Gerald Floyd (I2391)
175 Gerda Schaap, age 93, of Ludington, MI, passed away on September 6, 2007 at Tendercare of Ludington. She was born on March 29, 1914 in Denmark, daughter of Jens and Marie (Sorensen) Christensen. She attended Scottville High School and graduated in 1933. Gerda married Harry D. Schaap in November of 1933 and was a member of Bethany Lutheran Church in Ludington. Gerda is survived by her son, Arnold Schaap of Grand Rapids; step-sons, Richard (Charlotte) Schaap of Havana, FL, Rodger E. Schaap of Ruby Creek, MI, Russell (Grace) Schaap of Blythe, CA and eight step-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Harry in January 1991, three brothers, Arne Christensen, Gunner Christensen, Raymond Christensen and her sister, Bertha Madisen. Funeral Services for Gerda will be held on Saturday, September 15th at Oak Grove Funeral Home & Cremation Center located at 3060 W. US 10, Ludington, MI at 11:00 a.m. with Pastor William Huether officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service. Burial will take place at the Plainfield Township Cemetery in Grand Rapids, MI. Memorial contribution in memory of Gerda can be directed Hospice of Michigan. The family has entrusted Oak Grove Funeral Home & Cremation Center with arrangements.  Kristiansen, Gerda (I946)
176 Glenn H. "Bud" Knutson dies at 95

Posted: Thursday, November 3, 2011 12:00 am

Glenn H. "Bud" Knutson age 95 of Fredericksburg died Tuesday morning, Nov. 1, 2011, at the New Hampton Care Center.??

Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, at the Peace United Church of Christ, Fredericksburg with Pastor Burt Williams presiding. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery, Fredericksburg, with Terry Elliott, Gary Schulz, Bill Mulder, Bryan O?Day, Ron Schutte and Brad Mohs serving as pallbearers. ??Friends may greet the family 5 - 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, at Hugeback & Chenoweth Funeral Home in Fredericksburg.

Visitation continues an hour prior to the funeral at the church on Friday. Online condolences for Glenn?s family may be left at Henry ?Bud? Knutson was born December 6, 1915, near Elma, the son of Henry K. and Lillie Julia ?Dolly? (Hanson) Knutson. He married Vera Mae Rodman at the Little Brown Church, Nashua, on February 6, 1938. To this union three children were born. Bud initially farmed for ten years near Fredericksburg and then became an insurance agent and realtor. He is a member of Peace United Church of Christ. In public life he was a Past Master of the Masons, Past President of the Fredericksburg Lions Club and served as secretary and treasurer of the Rose Hill Cemetery for fourteen years. He enjoyed golfing and was a charter member of the Plum Creek Golf Course.??Survivors include two sons; Ronald (Karen) Knutson, Gaylord (Anna Marie) Knutson, all of Fredericksburg; five grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren.

??He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Vera on May 29, 2010; his only daughter, Wanda Lou Borlaug; a great-grandson; Mike Borlaug; one sister, Karena Hartson.
Knutson, Glen Henry (I2419)
177 Gordon Thompson Caldwell, 80, of Stage Road passed from our world on Saturday, (October 27, 2007) at his beloved farm. He was born in Bridgeport on January 6, 1927 to Richard and Caroline Sarah Caldwell. He was raised in West Avon. He joined the United States Marine Corp in 1944 and the newly established United States Air Force in 1948. He was a veteran of three wars, World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. He flew as a pilot of B29s in the Korean War and was a squadron commander of cargo aircraft in the Vietnam War. His tours of duty led him and his family to many locations throughout the world where he was active in those churches and communities. He retired from the Air Force in 1974 as a Lt. Colonel. He and his family lived in South Hadley, MA and moved to Cummington, MA in 1983 where he raised Highland Cattle. His great love was his wife and family. He, in turn, was well loved by his family and friends. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Karen; his children, Carol Caldwell Kelley of Shutesbury, MA, Gordon Thompson Caldwell, Jr. of Yarmouth, ME, James Michael Caldwell of West Gardiner, ME, Richard Douglas Caldwell of Rutland, VT; nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. A memorial service will be held in the Cummington Congregational Church on Thursday, November 1, at 1 p.m. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Childs Funeral Home of Haydenville, MA is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Cummington Ambulance Fund. Caldwell, Gordon Thompson (I3450)
178 Gårdejer - Farm owner Hansen, Hans Christian (I3424)
179 Gårdejer og ugift ved sin død Petersen, Ludolf (I2852)
180 Harold Jorgensen
Nov 5, 1917-Nov 16, 2012

Harold Jorgensen, 95, of Curtis, passed away Nov. 16, 2012, at Linden Court in North Platte.Harold was born on Nov. 5, 1917, in Curtis, to Jorgen Peter and Anna (Jepsen) Jorgensen. Harold attended school in Curtis graduating from UNSA High School in 1936. Following high school Harold entered the U.S. Army, attending Officers Training School and then served his country from 1941-45 in WWII, earning a purple heart after he was wounded in combat. Following his service to his country as a 2nd Lieutenant he returned to the Curtis area where he farmed and ranched.
Harold married Margaret Johnson on Aug. 1, 1942, at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.His family was the joy of his life, which was demonstrated through his deep and unconditional love. He was a loyal neighbor and friend. He looked at his farm and cattle as pleasure rather than work. He regularly took enjoyable drives through pastures and fields with family and neighborhood friends. He was an active member of the American Legion, Nebraska Beef Council, National Cattleman's Association, the Toastmasters Association and Lions club. He served on several boards including Curtis Co-op, Farm Bureau, Board of Education, the Board of Elections and the Curtis Telephone Co. Harold was also active in the young farmer veterans organization and 4-H, where he served as the leader for many years. He is survived by his son, Richard (Sharon) Jorgensen, of Curtis; his daughters, Ann Jeanette (Jim) Deidel, of North Platte, Gwen Nickerson, of Curtis, and Diane Walsh, of Cozad; grandsons, Mark (Lanis) Jorgensen, Matt (Trisha) Jorgensen, Steve Strawn, John (Susan) Robinson, Jeff (Kathy) Robinson, Darren (Jennifer) Robinson, Tim (Danelle) Nickerson, Ryan Walsh; and granddaughters, Lori (Mike) Mortensen, Amy (Brandon) Jahnke, Mary (Shawn) Overton, Angela (Cory) Nida, Stacie (Kevin) Owens; 22 great-grandchildren; brother, Loren (Lorraine), of North Platte; his sister, Erma Taylor, of Casper, Wyo.; and a host of other family and friends.
Harold was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret; his parents; his brother, Vern Jorgensen; grandson, Steven Jorgensen; and son-in-law, Joe Nickerson.
He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He will be missed by all.
Services will be at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 21, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Curtis with the Rev. Derrick Brown officiating. Burial will follow at the Curtis Cemetery.

North Platte Telegraph November 20, 2012 
Jorgensen, Harold R (I3801)
181 Harriet M. Klotz, 63, of 602 N. Franklin, Ludington, died unexpectedly Dec. 24 at Memorial Medical Center.

Harriet was born to Clarence and Bertha (Christensen) Madsen June 5, 1939 in Scottville. She attended school in Ludington, graduating with the class of 1957.

She was married on Sept. 13, 1958 in Ludington to Charles W. Klotz and he survives.

Harriet retired from Nordlund and Associates in 2001 after 25 years of service. She enjoyed landscaping, gardening, traveling and taking care of her pets. Most of all she enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren.

She was a lifelong member of Bethany Lutheran Church.

In addition to her husband, survivors include two sons, Charles W. (and Kenda) Klotz of Jenison and Thomas (and Darlene) Klotz of Hudonsville; three daughters, Dawn M. McHale of New York City, Jennifer H. Klotz of Grand Rapids and Shelly M. (and Douglas) Havera of Kalamazoo; and five grandchildren, Charles (Chad) Klotz, Katelyn A. Klotz, Emily M. Klotz, Allison M. Havera and Melanie A. Havera. Also surviving is a brother, Raymond C. Madsen of Riverton, Conn.; one aunt, Gerda Schaap of Ludington, and many cousins.

Funeral services for Harriet M. Klotz will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 28 at the Bethany Lutheran Church with the Rev. B. Douglas Niemi officiating. The family will receive friends at the Dorrell Funeral Home this evening from 6-8 and on Saturday at the church for one hour prior to the service.

Memorials may be directed to the Bethany Lutheran Church.

The Klotz family is being served by the Dorrell Funeral Home.

Ludington Daily News (MI) - Friday, December 27, 2002  
Madsen, Harriet (I954)


Harvey Christian Nelsen, 91, of Apache Junction, AZ passed away on January 28, 2017 in Phoenix, AZ. Funeral arrangements entrusted to At Seasons End Mortuary
Nelsen, Harvey Christian (I394)

June 10, 1915-Feb. 26, 2000

Hazel Hall Walden, 84, a resident of the Casa de Oro community in San Diego, died Feb. 26. She was born in Grand Forks, N.D. Mrs. Walden was a homemaker.

Survivors include her daughters, Wilma Mulka and Anna and Kathryn Walden; son, Wesley Walden; sisters, Helen Hardy, Blanche Easterlin and Pat Redmond; brother, Thomas Hall; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Services: 1 p.m. tomorrow, Singing Hills Memorial Park, 2800 Dehesa Road, El Cajon.

Arrangements: Goodbody Mortuary

The San Diego Tribune, California. 9 Mar 2000 
Hall, Hazel June (I263)
184 Heart attack when he died, had several.
Nickname: Heinie
Knutson, Henry K (I2416)
185 Hennes andra man, Edvard Gottfrid Danielsson, hade emigrerat till Amerika Eriksson, Christina (I3249)
186 Holly Louise Bock Rossen, the second child of Berta Mae Bock Burda and Charles D. Bock, was born December 24, 1967 in Beloit, Kansas. She departed her life Monday, April 29, 2013 at the age of 45 years. Holly spent her adolescent years in Cawker City, graduating from Waconda East High School. She went on to college at Ft. Hays State University, majoring towards nursing. Two years later, she went to Boise, Idaho. She now holds an associate?s degree as an optician. Skye, as Holly was called by many, managed several opticals in Dallas where she met again and married a high school classmate, Jeff Neifert. To this union, one daughter, Fhallon Nicole was born. This union ended and she later married Craig Rhew. To this union, two daughters were born, Gabriella Mae and Charlie Rose Rhew. In November, 2012, she married Matt Rossen of Hastings, NE. Skye gained two step sons, Derek and Jake Rossen. Skye worked side by side with her husband Matt in their rental properties, and their two homes. She was a great interior designer. Holly?s passions were her family, first of all her three daughters, which she lived for. She had a passion for coaching cheerleaders, and choreographing for the drill teams, one of which was her daughter, Fhallon?s. She loved being with her family at the lake and watching her step son Jake run track. While in Texas, Holly was a stunt coach for the Plano Football League. Holly was the head coach for the Lakeside Jr. High School cheerleading team. She was a devoted daughter, sister, and mother. And though she may be gone, she will never be forgotten by her family and friends. Holly is survived by her husband Matt of the home; her daughters, Fhallon Nicole, Gabriella Mae, and Charlie Rose; mother, Berta Burda and ?Daddy Bob?, as she called him; father, Charles Bock and step-mother, Roberta Bock; sisters Stacy Norcross and husband Bob, Melodie Bock, Melinda Tedford and husband Quentin, Shannon Hempler and husband Mitch; brothers Charles Bock, Chris Burda and wife Mandy, Martin Bock and wife Denise, and Matthew Bock; as well as many dear cousins, nephews, nieces, and a host of other relatives and friends.
Memorial services will be at 2:00 PM Friday, May 3 at the Cawker City Baptist Church. There will be no visitation, as cremation has taken place. Memorials may be given to the Lakeside Junior High School Cheerleaders.  
Bock, Holly Louise (I374)
187 Homewood´s longtime postal clerk says he worked for you

By Marilyn Thomas on Tue, 11/17/2015 - 14:29

Bob Burgwald worked for a federal bureaucracy, but he says he really worked for you.

Burgwald retired Oct. 30 from the United States Postal Service with 27 years of service. Homewood residents knew him since 1998 as the front counter clerk who believed in customer service.

Burgwald has weighed, stamped and sorted mail. After 9/11, he´d be required to ask customer after customer: "Does this contain anything fragile, liquid or potentially hazardous?" He?d give you information on the best way to ship a package, the quickest way to guarantee delivery of a letter and share the details on insuring that special gift to grandma.

It may have become routine, but Burgwald said he never got bored with his job. There were customers he called his "regulars" who would come in every week or so. He developed what he called a "je ne sais quoi" or a special rapport, with many of them.

?It?s you guys that I work for. I didn?t work for the post office. I worked for the customers,? he said as friends and long-time customers helped him celebrate his retirement at a party on Sunday.

?I?d be in line watching Bob work, and it?d be a busy season and they?re under the gun. I stood among those people grumbling and no matter what happened he was a nice guy all the way through it,? said Harold Keene. ?No matter how nasty people were, Bob would just work his way through it.?

Burgwald says he knows people hate waiting in line, but ?there was nothing else I could do. Believe me, it was frustrating.?

Always interested in giving the best customer service, Burgwald said things changed as Congress continued to cut the budget for the postal service.

?Standing eight hours a day didn?t really bother me,? he said. ?The thing that really changed the parameter for me was when people would leave and not be replaced. We were just trying to do the same amount of work with fewer people. There were just areas that weren?t being handled like before.

?If the telephone rang, there was no one to answer it, and I wasn?t going to go away from a customer in front of me to deal with a phone behind me. I wouldn?t do it. There seemed to be something of a disconnect from what the post office thought they wanted and what I was able to provide,? he said.

When he started in Homewood, there were three counter clerks working full time. Now on a typical day just two stations are manned. Burgwald isn?t sure if his position will be filled.

The Flossmoor resident said he?d worked in retail for many years, and had been unemployed for a string of months. He took the test for a postal job at the urging of his brother, Burt, who was a letter carrier for 35 years.

?It looked to me from the outside that he was actually having fun, and he was,? Burgwald said thinking of stories his late brother told about interesting people along his route.

Burgwald?s daily routine is changing, but some things on his schedule will continue. He serves on the vestry at St. John Evangelist Church in Flossmoor and he will continue singing with the church?s choir and the Grand Prairie Singers.
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Burgwald, Robert A (I1224)
188 Reppling, Gunilla Knutsdotter (I3286)
189 Anderson, Clarence (I3339)
190 Meier, Jesper Wilhelm (I3599)
Nielsen, Edel Holst (I4774)
Tønder, Nis Nielsen (I4411)

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Rossen, Andreas Hansen (I1631)
Sunde, Eilef (I4682)
195 Lyck, Ingeborg Cathrine (I4880)
Quitzau, Walter Andreas (I4136)
197 Jensen, Jørgen (I4877)
198 Schack, Egon (I4696)
199 Reppling, Signe Susanna Stigsdotter (I4684)
Rossen, Cathrine Nielsen (I999)

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