Obit: Dunn, Eudora E. (1881 - 1972)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Dunn, Rodgers, Clouse, Brennan, Kadolph, Baumann, Baird, Walker, Guthrie, Puhlman, Laffe, Stuber, Voie, Dyre, Smith, Kieser, Galstad, Litzer
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 4/27/1972
Dunn, Eudora E. (10 July 1881 - 19 April 1972)
Funeral services for Mrs. Eudora E. Dunn, 90, of Memorial Home, who died April 19, were held Friday, April 21, at 1:30 p.m. from the Georgas Funeral Home. The Rev. Daniel Litzer of Calvary Lutheran Church officiated and burial was made in the Loyal Cemetery.
Mrs. Dunn, the daughter of Frank and Sarah (Rodgers) Clouse, was born July 10, 1881, at Loyal and was educated there. She did housework as a young woman. Her marriage to Clarence Dunn took place September 26, 1907, at Neillsville. The Dunns lived on farms in the loyal and Neillsville areas before retiring in 1950 and moving to the town of Hewett. Mr. Dunn died in 1960. Mrs. Dunn, a member of Calvary Lutheran Church, entered Memorial Home in 1963.
Survivors include two children, Harold Dunn of Eau Claire and Mrs. Joe (Lila) Brennan of Chicago, Il; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Kadolph of Loyal and Mrs. Lawrence (Hulda) Baumann of Merrillan; two brothers, Wallace Clouse of Wausau and Ernest Clouse of Merrillan; two grandchildren, Mrs. Robert (Danielle) Baird of Eau Claire and Mrs. Duane (Sharron) Walker of Fall Creek; and one great-grandchild, Kim Walker.
Pallbearers were: Dave Smith, Donald Smith, Glenn Clouse, Edward Baumann, Dick Clouse and Roger Clouse. “Nearer, Still Nearer” and “Now the Day is Over” were sung by Frederick Kieser. He was accompanied by Miss Marilyn Galstad.
Those from out of town who attended the services included Wallace Clouse of Wausau, Russell Clouse of Minneapolis, Mn , Roger and Richard Clouse of Chippewa Falls, The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Walker of Augusta, the Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie And E. F. Puhlman of Fall Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laffe of Humbird, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuber of Mondovi and Mr. and Mrs. Hastings Baird, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voie and Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Dyre of Greenwood.
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