Obit: Dodge, Jacob
(1872? - 1936)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Dodge, Larsen, Thompson, Rowlands, Kurth, Wallace, Grosnick, Schroeder, Mohr, Cook, Shaw, Cain, Olson, Pullen, Hemp, Holt, Dahnert
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 23 July 1936
Dodge, Jacob (1872? - 13 July 1936)
Jacob Doge who has been held field man of the Rowlands Canning plant since it was reorganized and for the old company while it operated since 1925, died suddenly July 13, at the home of Mrs. Buster Larsen and Mrs. Bertha Thompson, where he roomed. His death was due to the excessive heat.
Mr. Dodge was 64 years and eight months old. His home was at Cambria, Wis., where he had been employed by the Rowlands for a number of years. Mr. Dodge was a very competent field man and was well liked, not only his employers, but also by the farmers. He had a large group of friends among his fellow employees and the people of the city. He leaves his wife, a daughter and a step-son.
Funeral services were held at Cambria on Thursday. Those who went from here to attend the funeral were: M. J. Rowlands, Robert Kurth, Henry Wallace, Otto Grosnick, Ben Schroeder, Fred Mohr, Chris Mohr, Leslie Cook, Ray Shaw, James Cain, Oluf Olson, Max Pullen, Wm. Hemp Jr., Mrs. Bertha Thompson, Mrs. Gus Holt, Robert Cain and Bill Dahnert.
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