Obit: Wiedenhoeft, Evelyn (1885 - 1984)

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Surnames: Wiedenhoeft, Maki

----Sources: Scrap book one: by Elsa Lange Hardrath & Dorthaleen Edwards Hardrath

Contributed by Halbert "Bud" Hardrath

Funeral Card

In memory of Evelyn Wiedenhoeft

Date of Birth November 24, 1885

Date of Death February 9, 1984

Place and Time of Services: Zion Lutheran Church-Colby; Sunday, Feb. 12, 1984; 1:30 p.m.

Clergyman: Rev. David Maki

Place of Interment: Colby Memorial Cemetery

Arrangements by Rux Funeral Home, Colby, Wisconsin

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Surnames: Wiedenhoeft, Maki, Franz, Schueler, Zulke

----Sources: Scrap book one: by Elsa Lange Hardrath & Dorthaleen Edwards Hardrath

Contributed by Halbert "Bud" Hardrath

Wiedenhoeft, Evelyn (24 Nov. 1885 - 9 Feb. 1984)

COLBY, WIS. - Mrs. Albert (Evelyn) Wiedenhoeft, 98, formerly of Colby, Wisconsin, died at 1:26 p.m. Thursday at the Continental Manor Nursing Home in Abbotsford.

Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Zion Lutheran Church, Colby. The Rev. David W. Maki will officiate. Burial will be in Colby Memorial Cemetery.

Visitation at the Rux Funeral Home, Colby, will be after 3 p.m. Saturday.

The former Evelyn Franz was born Nov. 24, 1885 in the town of Colby, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Amelia Schueler) Franz. She received her education in Abbotsford and Colby Schools. She also attended Stevens Point Teachers College. Prior to her marriage she taught school in the Town of Colby for two years.

She was marriage to Albert Wiedenhoeft Dec. 20, 1906 in Zion Lutheran Church, Colby. He died March 26, 1960. The couple operated a grocery story in Colby and also farmed near there. She made her home with her daughter in Schofield before entering the nursing home.

A member of Zion Lutheran Church and its’ Sewing Circle, Mrs. Wiedenhoeft is survived by a daughters, Mildred Zulke of Schofield; four grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren.

She was also predeceased by three sons, a brother and a sister.

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