Obit: Feutz, Ethel L. (1890 - 1980)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Feutz, Galbreath, Higgens, Lutz, Baughman, Schlinsog, Zdun, Vine, Spiegel, Pisors, Miller, Higgins, Imrie, Kindschi, Moberg, Sprague
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 1/08/1981
Feutz, Ethel L. (10 January 1890 – 31 December 1980)
A former Washburn and Sherwood resident, Ethel L. Feutz, passed away at the Clark County Health Care Center in Owen on December 31. Mrs. Feutz, 90 was buried in the Neillsville City Cemetery following services from the Gesche Funeral Home, Neillsville. The Rev. D.E. Sprague of the Assembly of God Church officiated. (She was a member of that church.)
Music for the service was offered by Holly Pisors and Eva Miller. Serving as pallbearers were Andreas Lutz, Ernest Baughman, Harold Schlinsog, Emil Zdun, Gordon Vine and Bruce Spiegel.
The deceased was born on January 10, 1890, in Sabin (Richland County), to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Galbreath. At the age of nine, she moved with her family to the Town of Washburn. She received her education there and later taught schools for twelve years. On October 1,1913, she married Christian Feutz, a cheesemaker, in Cannonville ceremonies. Five years later, the couple bought a farm which they operated until retiring.
Surviving her are three sons, Lynn of Wis. Rapids, Donald of Owen and Roy of lander, WY; one brother, Rosco Galbreath, Athabasca, Alberta; seven grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband (January 2, 1967) and one sister, Lulu Higgens, Granton.
Attending the funeral services from out of town were Mr./Mrs. Vic Imrie, Jefferson; Mr./Mrs. Robert Kindschi, DeForest; Gertrude Feutz, Monroe; John Feutz, Fort Atkinson; Werner Feutz, Largo, Fl; Mr./Mrs. Ronald Feutz and son, Nekoosa; Mr./Mrs. Lynn Feutz and Eleanor Moberg, all of Wis. Rapids; Roy Feutz, Lander, Wy; and Mr./Mrs. Emil Zdun, Pittsville.
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