Hilda (1892 - 1937)
Surnames: LOTZER BAESMAN KRACKENBERGER SAWYER HOFFMAN HELDT HEISE
----Sources: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wis.) 11/23/1937
Lotzer, Hilda (2 APR 1892 - 18 NOV 1937)
Final rites were conducted at the Gilles Funeral home at Athens for Mrs. Paul Lotzer, 45, Menasha, a former Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.) resident, who died Thursday at Menasha after a 10 day illness. Burial took place in the Athens Cemetery.
Pallbearers were H.B. Esselman, T.A. Hartman, William Braun, Gust Heldt, Kenneth Parman, and Joseph Bauman, all of Athens.
Among the out of town relatives and friends who attended the rites were Mrs. Henry Lotzer and children, Edwin Baesman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Behnke, Wausau; Mrs. Ed Feldner, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lotzer, Fond du Lac; Mr. and Mrs. Simon Boehnlein, New Holstein; Mr. and Mrs. John Boehnlein, Rozellville; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Krebsbach, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Kelms, Rib Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grosskreutz, Edgar.
Mrs. Lotzer, nee Hilda Baesman, was born April 2, 1892, in the town of Wien (Marathon Co.), and was married to Paul Lotzer about 10 years ago. After their marriage the couple made their home at Loyal for a number of years. Since the spring of 1936 they have resided at Menasha.
Surviving relatives besides her husband are one son, Lawrence Heise of Marathon; and 10 stepchildren, Mrs. Ray Krackenberger, Dorchester; Mrs. Roland Sawyer, Milwaukee; Mrs. Gilbert Hoffman, Fond du Lac; Mrs. Reinhold Heldt, Athens; Miss Virginia Lotzer, Wausau; Miss Phyllis Lotzer, Chicago; Clarence Lotzer, Menasha; Henry Lotzer and Walter Lotzer, Madison; and Ray Lotzer, La Crosse.
She also leaves the following brothers and sisters; Otto, Robert and Arnold Baesman, and Mrs. Rose Pankenie, Edgar; and Bernard, Henry and Emil Baesman, Wausau.
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