Obit: Justman, Charles A. (1884? - 1945)
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Surnames: JUSTMAN RUCH BEVERSDORF LARSEN YAHR SCHWANTES LAMBERT MARTEN HERMANSON KRUEGER SADOWSKA KOHL SELL SEEFELD BRUESEWITZ GEACHAM RHYNER SMICK MANTHE HUBER MARTIN DITSCHEIT POSSELT BOHLMAN SCHILLING BAUMANN

----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark Co. Wis.) 01/05/1945

Justman, Charles A. (1884? - 2 Jan. 1945)

Charles Justman, aged 57 years, who resided in Marshfield for the past two years, died of a heart attack shortly after noon on Monday as he was attempting to start his automobile. He was found by his son-in-law, Lt. Lewis Ruch, U.S.N., a few minutes after he had gone to the garage to get the car. The motor was running, giving rise to the theory that he might have been asphyxiated, and the fire department was called. Firemen applied an inhalator but there was no response and a physician, who was also called immediately, said that death was the result of a heart attack.

Charles Justman, a retired farmer of this community, who had made his home in Marshfield for the past two years, is survived by his wife and two daughters, Mrs. Lewis Ruch of Marshfield and Mrs. H. Beversdorf of Birnamwood, three brothers, Walter and Louis of Spencer and Norville of Edgar; six sisters, Mrs. E. V. Larsen of Owatonna, Minn.; Mrs. Maynard Yahr of Unity; Mrs. Wm. Schwantes of Colby; Mrs. Herbert Lambert of Edgar; Mrs. E. W. Marten and Mrs. H. F. Hermanson of Spencer.

Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Lutheran church in Marshfield with Rev. Krueger in charge. Internment will be made in Hillside cemetery.

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----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark Co. Wis.) 01/12/1945

Funeral rites for Charles A. Justman, aged 61 years, who died very suddenly at his home in Marshfield Jan. 2, were conducted Friday afternoon at 1:30 at the home in Marshfield and at 2 o’clock at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran church, with the Rev. G. M. Krueger officiating. Internment was made in Hillside cemetery. During the services Mrs. Norville Justman of Edgar sang two solos, Asleep in Jesus, and Abide With Me. Miss Christine Sadowska of Marshfield was the accompanist. Pall bearers were Clarence Kohl, Gilbert Sell, Herman Seefeld, Arnold Bruesewitz, Ira Geacham and Walter Schwantes. Floral bearers were Lois Justman, Ruby Justman, Doris Ann Larsen, Avis Hermanson, Vernice Lambert, Mrs. Clarence Kohl, Mrs. Fred Rhyner, Mrs. Gilbert Sell and Mrs. Gertrude Smick.

Out of town relatives and friends at the funeral were Mrs. E. V. Larsen and Miss Doris Ann Larsen of Owatonna, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Norville Justman, Miss Lois Justman, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lambert, and Miss Vernice Lambert of Edgar; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schwantes of Colby; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Yahr of Unity; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Marten, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Justman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Justman, Miss Ruby Justman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hermanson, Misses Avice and Marie Hermanson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bruesewitz, Mrs. Mathilda Manthe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huber and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marten, all of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin of Fremont; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Martin of Weyauwega; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Justman of Stratford; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schwantes of Neillsville; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schwantes of Dorchester, Mrs. Frank Ditscheit and Art Ditscheit of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. William Beversdorf, Mrs. Martin Posselt, Mrs. H. G. Beversdorf, James Beversdorf and Mrs. Lois Bohlman, all of Birnamwood; Mrs. Laura Schilling and daughters of Wausau; Mrs. Gertrude Smick of Oshkosh and Mrs. William Baumann of Neillsville, Wis.

 

 


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