Obit: Lamer, Emma
(1869 - 1936)
Surnames: LAMER DENZIN WINKEL STELZEL BAHR DALEY BARNIK ZABORKA
----Sources: WEEKLY CLARION (Dorchester, Clark Co., WI) 15 May 1936
Lamer, Emma (24 AUG 1869 - 6 MAY 1936)
Funeral services for Mrs. Joseph Lamer Sr., who passed away at her home at Tomahawk, Wisconsin, May 6, 1936, were conducted at the Congregational Church at Tomahawk Saturday, May 9 at 1:30 o’clock with the Rev. Anderson in charge. Services were held at the home at 1 o’clock.
Interment was made in the Greenwood Cemetery at Tomahawk with Kurt and Charles Beyreis of Wausau, Frank Hollmann of Dorchester, Peter Denzin of Milwaukee, Casey Wilkins and Chris Jensen of Heafford Junction acting as pallbearers. Flower girls were seven granddaughters, Mrs. Lloyd Randall, Marshfield, Misses Resina, Sarah and Marian Stelzel, Dorchester, Miss Rita Lamer, Heafford Junction, and Miss Ruth and Adeline Denzin, Abbotsford, Wis.
Emma Denzin was born in Stetin, Germany, the daughter of Albert and Bertha (Winkel) Denzin, on Aug. 24, 1869 and was 66 years, 8 months and 13 days old at time of death. At the age of 13 she came to the United States with her parents and, after a short stay at Kankakee, Ill, they moved to their farm in the town of Holton (Marathon Co., Wis.), six miles southeast of the village. On Jan. 1, 1889 she was united in marriage to Joseph Lamer at Dorchester, Wis. After spending about a year at Ironwood, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Lamer purchased a farm three and one-half miles east of the village in the town of Holton where they lived until 1925, when they moved to their present home at Tomahawk.
Eight children were born to the Lamers, three of them preceding their mother in death. Mrs. Lamer leaves her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Louis Stelzel, Dorchester, Mrs. Wm. Daley, Abbotsford and Mrs. Richard Bahr, Monroe; and two sons, Joseph and Herman Lamer, both of Heafford Junction. She also is survived by her step-father, Fred Denzin of Abbotsford, two sisters, Mrs. Frank Bartnik, Dorchester, and Mrs. Frank Zaborka, Abbotsford, five brothers, Herman Denzin, Mukwanago, Paul, Fred Otto and Leo Denzin, all of Abbotsford, and sixteen grandchildren.
Mrs. Lamer was one of Dorchester pioneers, having lived here forty-two years, and her vast circle of friends here join us in offering sincerest sympathy to her family in their loss. She was a member of the Peace Evangelical Church and Women’s Union for 25 years.
Among those attending the services from this vicinity were Mrs. Frank Bartnik, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollmann and son, Herbert, Miss Otelia and Alvin Stelzel, Mrs. Fred Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stelzel and family, Mrs. Andrew Siegert, Mrs. G.H. Genrich and son, Otto, John Schmitt and Mr. and Mrs. William Hennlich, all of Dorchester, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zahorka, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Denzin, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Denzin, Miss Adeline and Leo Denzin, Fred Denzin Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Daley, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Treat, Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Ketcham, Mrs. Leora Beach, Mrs. Charles Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. George Kelsey and Mrs. Maxwell Jenks, all of Abbotsford; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schade of Milan; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Randal of Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Denzin of Mukwanago; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Denzin of Milwaukee; Mrs. John Coates of Colby; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. G.H. McQuillen of Medford; Mr. and Mrs. John Rilling, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rilling, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Beyreis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beyreis, Mr. and Mrs. John Hein, Mrs. Carl Ridderbusch, Herman and Gus Ridderbusch, all of Wausau.
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