Obit: Dehnert, Gertrude L. (1899 - 1977)

Contact: Kipp Kippenhan

Surnames: Dehnert, Yndogliato, Randall, Prindle, Snow

Thursday, December 15, 1977 edition of the Clark County Press

Mrs. Dehnert dies while in Dakotas

Gertrude L. Dehnert, 78, passed away suddenly while visiting her sister and family in Beach, North Dakota, on Sunday.

Services for Mrs. Dehnert , who died in a Glendive, Montana, hospital, were to be held Thursday at 11:00 a.m. from the Georgas-Gesche Funeral Home in Neillsville. Visitations were slated for Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. Ruby Yndogliato will officiate at the services and burial will be in the Neillsville City Cemetery.

Born to Jerry Randall and Sarah (nee Groesbeck) on August 25, 1899 in Clark County, Mrs. Dehnert also received her education in the county. After her marriage to Henry Dehnert on October 11, 1919, she farmed with her husband in the Town of Pine Valley until 1957 when the moved to Neillsville. Upon the death of her husband in 1976, she moved to rural Humbird.

Mrs. Dehnert was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two sisters, and three brothers. Surviving are two children: Duane Dehnert, Richfield, Minnesota, and Mrs. Lyle (Nelva) Prindle, Humbird; one sister, Mrs. Roy (Ethel) Snow, Beach, North Dakota; one brother, Theodore Randall, Fond du Lac; seven grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Dehnert was a member of the Neillsville Christian Science Church, the Fairview Homemakers Club, The Beaux Arts Club, and the Clark County Historical Society.

 

 


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