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Rasmussen
Lillian A. Rasmussen, 100, died Tuesday, March 2, 1999, at Park Manor Nursing Home.
A private family service was held March 5, 1999, at the Campbell Funeral Home, Woodruff; Rev. Richard Krenz officiating.
Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery, Neenah.
She was born Feb. 4, 1899, and had recently celebrated her 100th birthday.
She is survived by a son, George (Letitia) Rasmussen of Park Falls; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; George and Adeline Langlotz; her husband, George Rasmussen; three sisters; and two brothers.

Teeters
James L. Teeters, 66, of Menomonee Falls, and formerly of Park Falls, died Monday, March 1, 1999.
Services were held Thursday, March 4, at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Menommonee Falls. Burial was in St. Anthony's Church Cemetery.
He was a U.S. Air Force and Korean War veteran and was a member of American Legion Post No. 382.
He was born in Park Falls.
He is survived by three sons, David (Judy), Mike (Judy) and Gary (Karrie); eight grandchildren; a special friend, Annette Barth; seven brothers, George, Dick, Jerry, Ken, John, Dan and Tom Teeters; two sisters, Mary and Carol; and by other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary. 

Fredrick
Shirley Ann Fredrick, 67, of Owen, died Sunday, March 14, 1999, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. today, Thursday, March 18, at the United Church of Christ, Owen; Rev. Kenneth A. Dix of First United Church of Christ, Colby, officiating.
Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery.
She was born Aug. 6, 1931, in Marshfield. Her parents were Carl and Dana (Lambie) Johnson.
After graduation from Draper-Loretta High School, she was employed at a jewelry store in Marshfield. She worked summers at Hines Resort at Mason Lake near Fifield.
She married Daniel Fredrick Oct. 9, 1954, at the United Church of Christ, Park Falls.
Together, they farmed in the town of Green Grove until 1995, when the farm was purchased by her sons.
She was an active member of the United Church of Christ in Owen, where she taught Sunday school and held many positions, including president of the UCC Ladies Fellowship.
She and her husband enjoyed their annual trips for 29 years to Wyoming to hunt elk.
She is survived by her husband; two sons, David (Mary) Fredrick and Denis Fredrick, both of Owen; a daughter, Linda Fredrick of Oregon, WI; four grandchildren; and a brother, Wayne (Sandra) Johnson of Anchorage, AK.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Her family will establish a memorial in her name for the Marshfield Cancer Research Foundation.

Sheedy
Clarence "Jack" Sheedy, 73, of Park Falls, died Thursday, March 11, 1999, at Flambeau Hospital, Park Falls.
Services were held Monday, March 15, at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Park Falls, Father Al Ebach officiating.
Burial was in Nola Cemetery, Park Falls, with military rites under the auspices of Dirrigl-Sawales American Legion Post No. 182 of Park Falls.
He was born June 6, 1925, in Tripoli. His parents were Harry and Viola (Dean) Sheedy.
He grew up and attended school in Park Falls.
After school, he entered the U.S. Marine Corps. He served in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
He married Gwendolyn Slack Nov. 15, 1947.
After the war, he worked for Flambeau Transfer.
He worked for Flambeau Paper Co. in Park Falls from 1959 until his retirement in 1990.
He is survived by his wife; two children, Mark Sheedy of Park Falls and Dena (Jim) Bruch of Fountain Hills, AZ; three grandchildren; a brother, Earl Sheedy of Coos Bay, OR; and by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; seven brothers; and a sister.

Zalatoris
Joseph S. Zalatoris, 78, of Kenosha, died Tuesday, Feb. 23, 1999.
He was born April 22, 1920, in Racine. His parents were Stanley and Josephine (Mikutis) Zalatoris. He grew up and attended school in Kenosha.
He served in the U.S. Army Corps during World War II in the CBI Theater in Air Transport Command. He held the rank of sergeant, receiving the American Theater Service Ribbon, the Asiatic Pacific Theater Service Ribbon and the Distinguished Unit Badge. He was recalled into the Air Force during the Korean Conflict, serving for more than a year in southern Japan, where he held the rank of staff sergeant.
He joined the Kenosha Police Department in 1951 and served for 28 years, retiring April 1, 1978, as a detective in the juvenile division.
He married Florence D. Kundinger of Park Falls Oct. 16, 1954.
He was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church and the St. Peter's Mens Club and also served as an usher at the church. He was a third degree honorary member of the Knights of Columbus Council 973, and a member of the Wisconsin and Kenosha Professional Policemens Association.
He is survived by his wife; and a sister, Ellen Celnar of Kenosha.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Stella Zalatoris, and a brother, Adolph Zalatoris.

Arnold
Anne M. (Bruch) Arnold, 77, of Longmont, CO, and formerly of Butternut, died Monday, March 15, 1999, at Peak Nursing Home, Longmont.
Services were held Thursday, March 18, at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, Beaver Falls, PA; Rev. John L. Pingel officiating.
Entombment was in Williamsburg Chapel Mausoleum in Chippewa Township, PA.
She was born Sept. 15, 1921, in Butternut. Her parents were Max and Lena Baatz Bruch.
She had worked as a registered nurse.
She was a memer of Mount Olive Lutheran Church, American Legion Post No. 272 of Butternut; the Lutheran Women's Missionary League and the Little Beaver Historical Society.
She served in the U.S. Army Nurse's Corps during World War II, serving in New Guinea and the Philippine Islands.
She is survived by a daughter, Linda (Kenneth) Hultman of Louisville, CO, a son, David J. Arnold of Rochester, PA; four grandchildren; a brother, Max Bruch of Butternut; and a sister, Lee Daniels of Whitewater.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and her husband, Karl A. Arnold, in 1996.

Boyer
Vincent J. Boyer, 61, of Park Falls, died Thursday, March 18, 1999, at his home.
Services were held Tuesday, March 23, at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Fifield; Father Al Ebach officiating.
A parish prayer vigil was held Monday, March 22, at the Novitzke Funeral Home, Park Falls.
Burial was in Forest Home Cemetery, Fifield, with military rites under the auspices of the Fifield American Legion.
He was born June 5, 1937, in Park Falls. His parents were Wenzel and Anna (Kraemer) Boyer.
He grew up and attended school in Fifield.
After graduation from high school, he served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1955 to 1963. He served as a radio operator and pilot.
After service, he moved to Illinois, where he married Linda A. Fetzer May 22, 1965.
He lived in the Chicago area until 1983, when he moved to Allentown, PA, where he was a theatrical lighting engineer and owner of Specialty Lighting.
He moved to Park Falls in 1996. He was a member of the Fifield American Legion. He was an avid pilot and member of the Civil Air Patrol.
He is survived by three children, Carole Marie Boyer of Knoxville, TN, Janet Anne (Timothy) Reuter of Woodstock, IL, and Sean Michael Boyer of Cyrstal Lake, IL; a granddaughter; two brothers, Frank Boyer of Fifield and James Boyer of Park Falls; three sisters, Margaret Boyer of Palatine, IL, Georgia (Alfredo) Alarcon of Atlanta, GA, and Helen (Gene) Lannigan of Park Falls; his former wife, Linda Boyer of Crystal Lake, IL; a sister-in-law, Georgia Boyer of Rockford, IL; and by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and by a brother, Douglas Boyer.

Gear
Barbara J. Gear, 49, of Butternut, died Sunday, March 21, 1999, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. today, Thursday, March 25, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Butternut; Rev. Michael Paholke officiating.
Burial of cremains will be in Butternut Union Cemetery.
She was born Jan. 3, 1950, in Butternut.
After graduation from Butternut High School, she moved to New York, NY, where she married Gary Mutschler in 1969. The couple moved to California. They later divorced and she returned to Butternut in 1990.
A homemaker, she worked as a legal secretary and as a nurse's aide at Park Manor Nursing Home and Community Health Resources, both in Park Falls. She recently was employed at Birds Eye Veneer Mill in Butternut.
She is survived by a son, Eric Mutschler of Marshfield; her mother, Ruth Gear of Butternut; a sister, Susan Graf of Green Bay; three brothers, Lester (Debra) Gear of St. Francis, Lyle (Belinda) Gear of Roy, UT, and Keith (Jackie) Gear of Atwood, IL; and by numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
She was preceded in death by a son, Lyle Mutschler, a granddaughter, Heather Mutschler; and her father.

Graf
Karl W. Graf, 91, of Butternut, died March 16, 1999, at Pleasant View Nursing Home, Phillips.
A memorial service was held Monday, March 22, at Peace Lutheran Church, Park Falls; Pastor Stanley G. Bahn officiating.
Burial was in Nola Cemetery, Park Falls.
He was born Dec. 4, 1907, in Butternut. His parents were Willam B. and Amanda (Bach) Graf. He graduated from Butternut High School and was a life-long resident of the Butternut area.
The family owned the Trails End family resort on Butternut Lake. He was a fishing guide on Butternut Lake and the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage.
He operated a dairy farm in the town of Chippewa and served for 52 years as clerk for the town.
He was a member of Peace Lutheran Church, the Flambeau Area Sportsmans Club and AARP.
He is survived by his wife, Jean; three children, Dr. David (Diane) Graf of Batavia, IL, Marjorie (Alan) Graf-Graves of Edmonds, WA, and William (Judith) Graf of Issaquah, WA; three grandchildren; a sister, Caroline (John) Kuhn of Minocqau; and a niece.
He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Willard; and a sister, Estelle Klein.

Hinterberg
Joseph J. Hinterberg, 91, of Park Falls, and formerly of Butternut, died Monday, March 15, 1999, at Park Manor Nursing Home, Park Falls.
Services were held Friday, March 19, at the Novitzke Funeral Home Chapel, Park Falls; Rev. Henry Boynton officiating.
Burial will be in the spring in Butternut Union Cemetery.
He was born Dec. 21, 1907, in Eau Claire. His parents were Fred and Elsie (Waak) Hinterberg.
He married Elsie A. Boness Dec. 22, 1935, in Butternut.
The couple lived for a time in Mellen, then returned to Butternut.
He was a farmer, logger and owner and operator of Joe's Electric Service.
He served on town boards in both Butternut and the town of Lake.
He is survived by a son, LaVern "Bud" (Sandra) Hinterberg of Butternut; two daughters, Margaret (David) Everett of Eagle River and Darlene Hinterberg of West Allis; eight grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren; a sister, Emma Boness of Butternut; and by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife; and by seven brothers and sisters.

Lemke
Robert Lee Lemke, 70, of Willow City, ND, died Sunday, March 7, 1999.
A memorial service was held Saturday, March 13, at Nero Funeral Home, Bottinueau, ND.
The body was cremated.
He was born July 21, 1928, in Park Falls. His parents were Harriett and Emil Lemke Sr.
He grew up and attended school in Park Falls.
He married Doris St. Claire Oct. 18, 1950, in Park Falls. She preceded him in death July 3, 1978.
He entered the Army Nov. 27, 1950, served in Germany and was discharged Oct. 31, 1952.
The couple lived in Milwaukee for a time, then moved to Dunseith, ND, in 1957.
He was employed on road construction and later worked as a mechanic. He owned and operated the Standard Service Station in Dunseith and was later employed by Border States Paving Co. He retired in 1994 and moved to Willow City in 1995.
He is survived by four daughters, Roberta Rude and Rebecca Rude, both of Bottineau, Lisa Kinsey of Willow City and Faith Kieffer of Cando, ND; two sons, Lester of Willow City and Fred of Bottineau; 15 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a brother, Melvin of Paradise, CA; three sisters, Marian Wardensky and Ruth Netzel, both of Park Falls; and Carol Radlinger of Oshkosh; and a companion, Ruth Belgarde of Dunseith.

Morman
Hannah Jean Morman, 2, of Wisconsin Rapids, died Saturday, March 13, 1999, at Riverview Hospital, Wisconsin Rapids.
Services were held Tuesday, March 16, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Wisconsin Rapids; Rev. Paul Tullberg officiating.
Burial was in Pioneer Cemetery in the town of Saratoga.
She was born April 29, 1996, in Wisconsin Rapids. Her parents are Cory and Stephanie (Schmidt) Morman.
Hannah was the light of her family's life and made everyone around her happy. She left a lifetime of memories from her short life.
She is survived by her parents; a brother, Jacob; grandparents Ken and Eileen Schmidt of Durand, John and Josie Haase of Wisconsin Rapids and Jim Morman and Jill Brandt, also of Wisconsin Rapids; four great-grandparents, Eleanor Lavin of Butternut, Adeline Schmidt of Park Falls and Eleanora Frostman and Gene Morman, both of Wisconsin Rapids; aunts, uncles and cousins.
She was preceded in death by four great-grandfathers.

Wallner
Florence M. Wallner, 75, of Palmer, AK, and formerly of Butternut, died Wednesday, March 17, 1999, at Providence Alaska Medical Center.
Services were held Tuesday, March 23, at Valley Baptist Tabernacle, Palmer.
Burial was in Palmer Pioneer Cemetery.
She was born Feb. 10, 1924, in Steuben, MI. Her parents were Frank and Louise (Harris) Morford.
She attended school in Butternut.
She married Adolph Rominske in Muningsing, MI, in 1940. They had four children and were married for 22 years until his death.
She married Leonard Wallner in 1965 in Waukegan, IL.
She and her husband moved to Alaska with a small caravan of friends with the intent of a better life and settled in Palmer. She worked for many years at the Frontier Cafe and became well known for her cinnamon rolls and pies.
She was a member of Valley Baptist Tabernacle and Palmer Emblem Club. She enjoyed knitting, crocheting, cooking and baking. She was devoted to the Lord and her church family. She had a very special place in her heart for animals.
She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Janice "Dolly" Walker of Columbia, KY, and Jean (Jerry) Brooks of Ashland; two sons, Gerald "Jerry" (Pauline) Rominske of Columbia, KY, and James "Jim" Rominske of Cudahy; two stepsons, Leonard (Vicki) Wallner of Palmer, AK, and Anthony "Tony" Wallner of Sheboygan; six sisters, Viola (Elmer) Crum of Beaver Dam, Donna (Joseph) Gropp of Iron Mountain, MI; Millie (Ray) Overholt of Battle Creek, MI, Marjorie Theme of Beaver Dam, Patsy (George) Schimek of Stevens Point and Opal (Leon) Smetak of Park Falls; a brother, Herbert (Wilma) Morford of Park Falls; two stepsisters, Bonnie (Jim) Wartgow of Glidden and Carol Fisher of Milwaukee; eight grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband; a son-in-law, Charles Walker; and a stepson, Raymond Wallner. 

Gropp
Joseph W. Gropp, 82, of Kingsford, MI, and formerly of Park Falls, died Friday, March 26, 1999, at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Milwaukee.
Services were held Tuesday, March 30, at the Morasky-Messar Funeral Home, Wausaukee; Rev. Russell Tillotson officiating.
Burial was in Amberg Cemetery, Amberg.
He was born Feb. 8, 1917, in Park Falls. His parents were Joseph and Anna (Stubblefield) Grapp.
He married Donna Morford March 16, 1946, in Park FAlls.
He was an Army veteran of World War II and was a member of the Amberg Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion and Disabled American Veterans posts.
He was a mechanic for Gateway Transportation in Chicago, IL, until moving to Amberg in 1976, where he owned and operated the Amberg Pub.
He is survived by his wife; a son, Gary Joseph (Carolyn) Gropp of Cohasset, MN; five daughters, Judith (Allen) Pritzl of Park Falls, Vicki Gropp of Carol Stream, IL, Kathleen White of Goodman, Deborah Estrada of Bridgeview, IL, and Kelly Gropp of Kingsford, MI; a brother, Frank Gropp of Spokane, WA; a sister, Adeline Black of Amarillo, TX; 14 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, JoAnn; a brother, Ivan Gropp; and a sister, Viola Severt.

Meier
Carl R. Meier, 66, of Butternut, died Monday, March 22, 1999, at Flambeau Hospital, Park Falls.
A memorial service was held Friday, March 26, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Butternut; Rev. Michael Paholke officiating.
Burial will be in Butternut Union Cemetery.
He was born Dec. 5, 1932, in Butternut. His parents were Gustave and Helen (Andre) Meier.
He grew up and attended school in Butternut. After graduation, he moved to Milwaukee, where he was employed at the Oster factory.
He entered the U.S. Army in 1953 and served for two years, during the Korean Conflict. After service, he returned to Milwaukee and the Oster factory.
He returned to Butternut in 1964, where he was employed by the Butternut veneer mill, Knoops Service Station, the Butternut Co-op Feed Mill and as a pulp truck driver and logger.
He was a well-known concertina player. He played in many area bands and had his own band, the Carl Meier Band.
He is survived by seven children, David (Lisa) Meier of Milwaukee, Sherrie Meier of Chicago, IL, Rick (Beth) Maier of Elgin, IL, Kathy Meier of Minneapolis, Wayne (Gail) Meier of Butternut, Debbie Smith of Park Falls and Karen (Mark) Willmsen of Glidden; 19 grandchildren; his mother; a brother, Clarence (Alice) Meier of Gillette; three sisters, Eleanor (Willard) Drott, Betty Meier and Dar Yeske, all of Butternut; his former wife, Barbara of Milwaukee; and by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his father; and a brother-in-law, Hillman "Slim" Yeske.

Owen
Charles "Chick" Owen, 66, of Park Falls, died Sunday, March 28, 1999, at Park Manor Nursing Home, Park Falls.
A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, April 5, at the Novitzke Funeral Home Chapel.
Visitation will be at the funeral home on Monday, April 5, from 5 p.m. until the hour of the service.
He was born Sept. 12, 1932, in Minneapolis, MN. His parents were Shubel and Janet (Spooner) Owen.
He moved with his family to Marshfield in 1943 and graduated from Marshfield High School in 1950.
He married Marlene Behrens Sept. 1, 1954, in Marshfield.
He received his bachelor's degree from Carlton College in Northfield, MN, in 1955.
He worked for Cargill Grain in Minneapolis, MN, and in Memphis, TN; taught and coached at Culver Academy in Culver, IN; and worked in the building business as a manager of Southern Illinois Lumber Company in Fairfield, IL.
In 1971, he moved to Park Falls, where he owned Timberline Lumber Company.
In 1978, he began a 19-year teaching and coaching career at Park Falls High School.
He earned his master's degree from Mankato State University in Mankato, MN, in 1980.
He was past presdent of the Park Falls Lions Club, the Park Falls Area Chamber of Commerce and Park Falls Country Club.
He was a well-known woodcarver and participated in art fairs in a three-state area. While known for his wildlife carvings, he also was commissioned to do other types of woodcarving all over the United States.
He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Jodi (Carl) Belter of Rhinelander; a son, Jed (Stephanie) Owen of Fond du Lac; six grandchildren; his mother; a brother, S. Hudson (Soo) Owen of Marshfield; a sister, Judy (Bruce) Taylor of Virginia Beach, VA; four nieces; a nephew; and other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his father.
Memorials may be made to the Widen Our World (WOW) Fund in care of Park Falls High School or to the junior golf league in care of Park Falls Country Club.

Svehla
Jerome "Jerry" Svehla, 80, of Fifield, died Wednesday, March 24, 1999, at Flambeau Hospital, Park Falls.
Services were held Monday, March 29, 1999, at the Novitzke Funeral Home Chapel, Park Falls; Rev. Thomas Reiff officiating.
Burial was at Forest Home Cemetery, Fifield.
He was born Sept. 2, 1918, in Fifield. His parents were Joseph and Albina (Verveka) Svehla.
He grew up and attended school in Fifield.
He farmed for a time, then became a mechanic and moved to Illinois, where he lived until his retirement.
He married Jean Muszynski July 13, 1944. She preceded him in death in 1979.
He married Gloria Podvin-Luzar May 24, 1980, in Harvey, IL.
He is survived by his wife; three children, Jerome "Jay" (Gail) Svehla of Glendale Heights, IL, Elayne Svehla of West Chicago, IL, and Andrew Svehla, also of West Chicago, IL; 10 step-children, Alga (Gerry) Fouts of Harvey, IL, Gloria (Elton) Wagnon of Dora, AL, Elizabeth Webb and Rudolph Luzar Jr., both of Saulk Village, IL, Ernestine (Jerry) VanDerLinde of Chicago Heights, IL, Clayde Luzar Sr. of Midolthian, IL, Monty Luzar of Grand Rapids, MI, Kenneth (Gail) Luzar Sr. of Plainfield, IL, Frank Luzar Sr. of Pottscamp, MS, and Catherine (Jeffrey) Feranec of Phillips; seven grandchildren; a great-grandson; many step-grandchildren; a brother, Con Svehla of Texas; a sister, Libby Svehla of Adams-Friendship; and other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife; a daughter, Beverly Phender; three sisters, Mae, Dagmar and Zora; and a brother, John. 

Dillinger
Donald E. "Poncho-Dilly" Dillinger, 42, of South Milwaukee, died Monday, April 5, 1999, at his home.
Services were held Friday, April 9, 1999, at the Novitzke Funeral Home Chapel, Park Falls; Father Al Ebach officiating.
Burial was in Nola Cemetery, Park Falls.
He was born April 1, 1957, in Cudahy. His parents were Robert and Dorothy (Billing) Dillinger.
He grew up and attended school in South Milwaukee, working part-time at the Cudahy Ziebart plant.
After school, he was employed at the Milwaukee Travel Center truck stop between Milwaukee and Chicago.
He resided with his parents until they moved to Park Falls in 1976. He then resided with his grandparents.
He worked for many years as a mechanic at a hometown service station and worked for a short time at the Hynite fertilizer plant in Carrollville.
He then returned to the truck stop, where he was employed for 24 years as an assistant manager in the maintenance department.
He married Donna Binkowski April 1, 1988, in Milwaukee.
His interests included movies, fishing, Nascar and drag racing, collecting Nascar items and working on cars.
He is survived by his mother; two brothers, Ronald of South Milwaukee and Daniel (Theresa) of Merrill; two sisters, Carol Jaeger of Athens and Debra Miller of Park Falls; and by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his father; and by his grandparents.

Dural
Robert J. Dural, 57, of Park Falls, died Wednesday, April 7, 1999, at Flambeau Hospital, Park Falls.
Services were held Saturday, April 10, at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Park Falls; Father Al Ebach officiating.
A parish prayer vigil was held Friday, April 9, at the church.
Burial was in Nola Cemetery, Park Falls.
He was born May 28, 1941, in Ironwood, MI. His parents were Paul and Amelia (Bunjevac) Dural.
He graduated from Ironwood High School in 1959.
He attended Gogebic College in Ironwood, then transferred to Michigan State University, where he received a bachelor's degree in science. He went on to earn a masters degree in education from the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
He married Sandra Maki Feb. 27, 1965, in Ironwood, MI.
He was a science teacher at Park Falls Lincoln Junior High School for 34 years.
He was a very active hunter and fisherman.
He is survived by his wife; a son, Robert P. (Ronda) Dural of Butternut; a daughter, Lori (Daniel) Linsmeyer of Rhinelander; two grandchildren; his mother; a brother, Paul (Sandra) Dural of Owosso, MI; and by numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father.

Johnston
Mary (McKillop) Johnston, 100, died Friday, March 27, 1999, at Park Manor Nursing Home, Park Falls.
Services were held Wednesday, March 31, 1999, at Zimmerman-Sandeman Memorial Chapel, Oak Lawn, IL.
Burial was in Chapel Hills Gardens, Worth, IL.
She was born Jan. 25, 1899, in Northern Ireland and came to America in 1923. Her parents were Thomas (Margaret Aiken) McKillop.
She resided with her family in the Chicago area, where she met and married William J. Johnston, also of Northern Ireland, in 1926.
Her only child, Margaret (Curtis) Thatcher was born in 1929.
She was employed by the Nabisco Corp. in Chicago until her retirement in 1965.
After the death of her husband in 1982, she resided with her family in Illinois and California, and moved to Park Manor Nursing Home in January 1998.
She is survived by a daughter, Margaret (Curtis) Thatcher of Park Falls; three grandchildren, including Dr. Dean W. (Cindy) Funk of Park Falls; six great-grandchildren; and by many nieces and nephews in the United States and Northern Ireland.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; five brothers, Thomas, Hugh, Andrew, Robert and James McKillop; and three sisters, Esther McClelland, Agnes Moorhead and Margaret Robinson.

Kubichek
Lucy G. Kubichek, 74, of Park Falls, died Wednesday, April 7, 1999, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield.
Services were held Saturday, April 10, at the Novitzke Funeral Home, Park Falls; Father Al Ebach officiating.
Private internment will take place at a later date.
She was born June 16, 1924, in Ladysmith. Her parents were Nels and Beatrice (St. Clair) Nelson.
She grew up and attended school in Hawkins.
She moved to Park Falls in 1979.
She was a homemaker.
She is survivied by three daughters, Cheryl Luri of Denver, CO, Linda (William) McGlynn of Lemont, IL, and Jane (John) Gerlach of Park Falls; eight grandchildren, Susan McGlynn, Jacob and Sarah Lurie, Candace, Katie and Molly Wirsing and Chelsey and Brittany Gerlach; and by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and by two brothers, Orrin and James Nelson. 


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