Obit: Lovik, Duane (1929 - 1984)
Contact: Ken Wood
Surnames: LOVIK STRAND MAYNARD LUTZ LOTO PETERSON
----Source: MARSHFIELD NEWS HERALD (Marshfield, Wood Co., Wis.) 04/02/1984, P. 16
Lovik, Duane (19 SEP 1929 - 1 APR 1984)
Spencer, Wis. - Services for Duane Lovik, 54, Route 2, Spencer, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Hansen Funeral Home, Marshfield. Mr. Lovik was found dead about 6 p.m. Sunday in the basement of his home by family members. Death was due to a heart attack, according to Clark County Coroner Robert Lulloff.
The Rev. Kevin Wenker will officiate. The organist will be Mrs. Harold Montag, and the soloist will be Mrs. Henry Grottke. Burial will be in Yolo Cemetery. Friends will be pallbearers.
Visitation at the Hansen Funeral Home will be from 3-9 p.m. Tuesday, and Wednesday until time of service.
He was born Sept. 19, 1929 in Forest City, Iowa, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Swen (Hilma Strand) Lovik. He received his education in rural Ventura, Iowa schools and served with the U. S. Army during the Korean War.
He married Jennie Maynard Nov. 14, 1952 in Kanawha Methodist Church in Kanawha, Iowa. After their marriage they farmed near Ventura for several years before moving in 1966 to Route 2, Spencer. He was employed by Weyerhauser Co. for a short time and since 1967 has worked as a welder for Marshfield Homes.
A member of Christ Lutheran Church in Chili, Mr. Lovik is survived by his wife, a son, Daniel Duane Lovik of Rochester, Minn.; four daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Diane Kay) Lutz of Wausau, Mrs. James (Jane Ann) Loto of Mosinee, and Joleen Dee Lovik and Jill Marie Lovik, both at home; six grandchildren; six brothers, Lloyd, Roy and Norman, all of Forest City, Orville of Macon, Ga., Harry of Ames, Iowa and Virgil of Fertile, Iowa; and a sister, Mrs. Carl (Irene) Peterson of Riceville, Iowa.
He was predeceased by a son, Dwight, on May 12, 1966, a brother and a sister.
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