Obit: Geldernick, Minnie (1872 - 1944)

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Surnames: Geldernick, Lamers, Adler, Martens, Schmaltz, Jaeger, Reh, Krosinski, Croell, Van Dinter, Benshovel

----Source: Millie Lee Collection

Geldernick, Minnie (April 27, 1872-Aug. 9, 1944)

Mrs. Frank Geldernick, 72, who had been in poor health since last March due to a complication of ailments, died at 3:30 o’clock Wednesday afternoon at her home on route 1, Chili.

The body will lie in state at the Rembs Funeral Home, Marshfield, until early this evening, when it will be taken to t he Geldernick home to lie in state there until the time of the funeral services.

The body will lie in state at the Rembs Funeral Home, Marshfield, until early this evening, when it will be taken to the Geldernick home to lie in state there until the time of the funeral services.

The Rev. Arthur J. Cramer will officiate at the Requiem High Mass Saturday morning at 10 o’clock at St. Stephen’s Catholic church in Chili, and burial will be made in the parish cemetery.

Mrs. Geldernick, the former Minnie Lamers, was born at Little Chute April 27, 1872, and was married there Oct. 24, 1895, to William Croell, who preceded her in death Oct. 10. 1918. On July 27, 1919, she married Frank Geldernick. For the past 46 years, Mrs. Geldernick has resided at Chili.

A member of the Catholic Ladies Aid Society, Mrs. Geldernick is survived by her husband and nine children, all by her first marriage, Mrs. Gertrude Geldernick, Chili; Mrs. Herbert (Margaret) Adler, Spencer; Mrs. William (Sophia) Martens, Loyal; Mrs. Alex (Nellie) Schmaltz, Menasha; Mrs. J.B. (Ann) Jaeger, Campbellsport; Mrs. Peter (Martha) Reh, Huntley, Ill.; Mrs. Fred (Julia) Krosinski, Milwaukee; Ted Croell, Rockford, Ill.; and Richard Croell, Lawler, Iowa. Another daughter, Helen, and a son, John, died.

Also surviving are two brothers, George Lamers, Little Chute, and Ed Lamers, Kimberly; two sisters, Mrs. Peter (Ann) Van Dinter, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Mike (Ellen) Benshovel, Appleton; 62 grandchildren, and 10 great-grand-children. Thirteen brothers and sisters preceded her in death.

 

 


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