Obit: Ingold, Hermina E. (1909 - 2003)
Contact: Kipp Kippenhan
Wednesday, July 16, 2003 edition of the Tribune - Record -
Hermina E. Ingold, 94, Neillsville, died Tuesday, July 8, 2003, at the Memorial Nursing Home, Neillsville. Funeral services were held at 11:30 a.m. Friday, July 11, at the United Methodist Church, Neillsville. The Rev. Meg Erickson officiated. Music was provided by Pat Knudson, organist. Burial was in the Neillsville City Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dave Bauman, Chris Deedon, Jim Ingold, Craig Naedler, Larry Naedler, and Rodney Naedler.
Hermina Elizabeth Essig was born April 13, 1909 in Washington, Ill. to John and Lizzie (nee Esser) Essig. She married Roger Ingold on June 27, 1931 in Washington, Ill. In September, 1948, they moved to a farm in Wisconsin. They farmed in the Neillsville area for many years. In 1970, they retired and moved into town. After retiring from farming, she worked at the Family Shoe Store and she also volunteered at the Hospital Auxillary until last summer. She was a member of the United Methodist Church and the United Methodist Women, the Pine Valley Homemakers Club, and the Hospital Auxillary. She enjoyed crafts, card playing, and cooking for her family.
Surviviors include one son, Roger (Mary Ann) Ingold, Jr., Neillsville; one daughter, Mary (Marvin) Naedler, Granton; seven grandchildren, Larry and Rodney Naedler, Nancy Bauman, Joyce Deedon, Jim Ingold, Julie Anderson, and Wendy Zschernitz; 14 great-grandchildren, Craig, Eric, Chad, Aaron, Seth and Tricia Naedler, Jennifer and Andrew Bauman, Nicholas and Nathan Deedon, Jimmy Ingold, Lucan Ingold, and Tanner Zschernitz; and one step- great-granddaughter, Alexis Anderson.
Preceding her in death were her husband, Roger, Sr.; a daughter, Shirley Ann; four brothers; and four sisters.
The Gesche Funeral Home, Neillsville, assisted the family with arrangements.
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