Helen (1861 - 1931)
Surnames: STECKER HARTMANN DUVALL REINOW PIPGORN SCHULTZ DOMMER ANDRASKA RHODES BOSMA TONN GAETZ NETHERLAND CARTIER
----Sources: COLBY PHONOGRAPH (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 6 Aug 1931
Stecker, Helen (26 Feb. 1861 - 4 Aug. 1931)
Mrs. August Stecker of Riplinger, a sister in law of Mrs. B. Stecker of Colby, died suddenly at her home in Riplinger Tuesday morning, a stroke being the cause of her death. The deceased had reached the age of seventy years, five months and ten days. Funeral services will be held at the Colby Reformed church Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock, Rev. H. K. Hartmann officiating, and burial will take place in the Colby cemetery.
----Sources: COLBY PHONOGRAPH (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 08/13/1931
Funeral services for Mrs. August Stecker, whose death was chronicled in the Phonograph last week, were held at the Colby Reformed church Saturday, August 8th, Rev. H. K. Hartmann officiating and burial was made in the Colby cemetery. The pall bearers were Frank Duvall, Chas. Duvall, Fred Reinow, Ben Pipgorn, Gottlieb Schultz and Wm. Dommer.
The deceased was born in Holstein, Germany, Feb. 26, 1861, thus reaching the age of seventy years, five months and ten days. She came to the United States when twenty-one years of age and was married at Plymouth, Wis., forty-six years ago. She lived at Riplinger, Wis., for twenty-two years. She is survived by her husband, five daughters and one son, namely: Mrs. Laura Andraska, Marshfield; Mr. Hubert Stecker, Riplinger; Mrs. Olga Rhodes, Milwaukee; Mrs. Art. Bosma, Curtiss; Mrs. Frank Tonn, Park Ridge, Illinois; Mrs. Louis Gaetz, Riplinger.
The out of town people her for the funeral were the children and the following grand children: Mrs. G. Netherland, Park Ridge; Mr. Matt Andraska, Park Ridge; Mr. and Mrs. James Cartier, Ravenna, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Andraska, Marshfield.
*** Note: Mrs. Stecker’s first name is from the Colby Memorial Cemetery index on this site.
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