Obit: Lotzer, Lena (1882 - 1925)
Surnames: LOTZER BAESMAN KRAKENBERGER PANKENNE
----Source: WEEKLY CLARION (Dorchester, Clark Co., WI) 03/20/1925
Lotzer, Lena (29 OCT 1882 - 1 MAR 1925)
Mrs. Paul Lotzer, a former Dorchester, Clark County, Wis. resident, died at the Marshfield Hospital after an illness of about three weeks and was taken to Athens for burial.
The Lotzer family came here from Athens and Mr. Lotzer had the flour and feed store for about ten years. Five years ago, they went back to Athens, then to Chippewa Falls and thence to Greenwood.
Lena Baeseman was born in the town of Wein, Marathon Co., on Oct. 29th, 1882. She was united in marriage to Paul Lotzer 19 years ago. Six children were born to them, who with their father, survive her. They are Clarence, Walter, Esther, Raymond, Virginia and Phyllis.
Besides her own children there are four step-children: Henry of Milan, Mrs. Raymond Krakenberger of this village, Barbara of Milwaukee, and Helen of Fond du Lac. Also her mother, six brothers and two sisters, namely, Mrs. August Baeseman, Otto of Rib Falls, Henry of Fond du Lac, Robert, Bernard, Arnold, Emil, Mrs. Rose Pankenne and Hilda Baeseman, all of Edgar. All were present at the obsequies.
Mrs. Lotzer was a kind friend and good neighbor and her Dorchester friends were very sorry to hear of her early demise and offer sympathy to the bereaved ones.
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