Obit: Driessen, Theresa (1907 - 1931)

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Surnames: DRIESSEN BROOKS

----Sources: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 04/02/1931

Driessen, Theresa (4 APR 1907 - 25 MAR 1931)

Miss Theresa Driessen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Driessen, died at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Spokane, Wash., on Wednesday morning, Mar. 25th, 1931.

Miss Driessen was born in the town of Worden, Clark Co., Wis., on April 4th, 1907. In the year of 1927 she went to Cheney, Wash., where she has been employed since. On Monday noon the body was brought to Thorp to the home of her parents. The funeral took place on Tuesday morning at 9:30 at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church, Rev. A. M. Muckerheide officiating. The body was laid to rest in St. Bernard’s Catholic Cemetery.

Miss Driessen is survived by her parents, seven brothers: John, Ft. Monroe, Va., Fred Sylvester, Philip, Benedict and Charles of Thorp, and three sisters, Marie of Chicago, Mrs. Mike Brooks (Delia), Dundas, and Agnes at home.

Those from out of town attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brooks, Dundas, Mr. Edward Driessen, Miss Viella Gruhl, Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vande Yacht, Theo Eiting, Mike Driessen, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vande Yacht, Mrs. Anton Vande Yacht, Hollandtown, Mr. E. G. Driessen, Kaukauna, Mrs. John Vande Yacht, Little Chute, Mrs. John Becker, Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Driessen and daughter Dorothy, Mrs. A. Henke, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Henke, Miss Anna Jacobs, Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. A. Imberry, Cadott.

 

 


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