Obit: Oleson, Robert Willard #2 (? - 1972)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Oleson, Sweet, Bugaski. Buyatt, Hyatt, Hink, Gehrke, Maly, Panzer, Cechvola, Schureing, Jones, Stetch, Beers, Schiller, Klekoski, Mengel, Gauigan, Crary, Troxel, Mayer, Anderson, Dotter, Brun, Atcherson, Franz, Jackson, Langreck Hinker, Warner, Wenger
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 6/22/1972
Oleson, Robert Willard (? - June 1972)
Funeral services for Robert Willard Oleson were held last week Wednesday afternoon from Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. The Rev. David Wenger officiated. Burial was made in the Greenwood Cemetery.
Pallbearers were: Wayne Jackson, Paul Franz, Greg Langreck, Jerome Hinker, Gary Cechvola and Russell Panzer. Miss Marilyn Jackson sang, “What a Friend We have in Jesus” and Just as I Am”, with Mrs. Don Warner, organ accompanist.
Those who attended from Waukesha were: Mr. and Mrs. Hallard Sweet, Marie Bugaski, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Buyatt, Ardelle Hink, Ann Gehrke, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maly, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Buyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Panzer, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cechvola, Mr. and Mrs. Schureing, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stetch, Mr. and Mrs. James Beers and sons, Mrs. Doris Schiller and Mr. and Mrs. Jules Klekoski and son.
Others were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sweet, Dousman; Mr. and Mrs. Syrine Buyatt and Mrs. Gerald Mengel, Jump River; Mr. and Mrs. Leander Stetch, St. Cloud, Mn.; Eugene Stetch and family, Cold Spring, Mn.; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gauigan, Milwaukee; Mrs. Joyce Crary and Mr and Mrs. Henry Troxel, Richland Center; Claude Troxel, New Lisbon; Mrs. Alma Mayer and Mrs. Eva Anderson of Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Mengel, Wales; Mrs. Floyd Dotter and Gloria Dotter, Pittsville; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Brun, St. Paul, Mn.; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Atcherson, Unity; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Franz, Elk Mound; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Troxel, North Prairie.
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