Obit: Johnson, Isabel (1912 - 1945)
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Surnames: JOHNSON KOPS HOFFMANN HUDSON PURKIS KURTH

----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark Co. Wis.) 06/08/1945

Johnson, Isabel (29 Feb. 1912 - 4 Jun. 1945)

Mrs. Justice Johnson, aged 33 years, died at her home in Unity Monday evening, the cause of death being attributed to cancer. The body was taken to the Lulloff Funeral Home at Colby, where funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock and a 2:00 service followed at Zion Luthean church at Colby with the Rev. O. J. Hoffmann in charge of the services, and internment was made in the Trinity Lutheran cemetery at Unity.

The deceased, the former Isabel Kops, was born at Neillsville Feb. 29, 1912, and when an infant, came to Unity with her parents, spending the remainder of her life here. She attended the Unity schools and was married at the Colby Lutheran church to Justice Johnson Nov. 11, 1931. Mrs. Johnson was a member of Zion Lutheran church and was a good wife and mother and numbered her friends by all who knew her.

Mrs. Johnson is survived by her husband and five children, Lyle, Janet, Robert, Patricia and Lillian. Another child preceded the mother in death. Also surviving are her mother, Mrs. Nancy Kops of Unity; three sisters, Mrs. Alma Hudson of Unity; Mrs. Elsie Purkis of Chicago; and Mrs. Odelia Kurth of Wisconsin Rapids; and two brothers, Herman of Gilbert and Norman in service in Florida. Her father and three brothers, Otto, Wallace, and Henry also preceded her in death.

 

 


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