John E. (1895 - 1953)
Surnames: SORENSON VANDERSTOEP SCHULTZ CREED LARSON RUNGE TALCOTT LOUGHEAD CARLSON FLINK JOHNSON MILLER MEWS BINNING HAGENSICK HASLOW STEVENS LUCHT KARAU BRITTEN BAUMANN HIBBARD CUTTS COPET
----Sources: Marathon Co. Register (Unity, Clark County, Wis.) 07/03/1953
Sorenson, John E. (15 Aug. 1895 - 27 June 1953)
John E. Sorenson, 57, Unity, died at 10 p.m. Saturday at his home. Death was caused by a heart attack.
Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at Trinity Lutheran Church, Unity, with the Rev. Claude Vander Stoep officiating and burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery, Unity.
The body reposed at the Lulloff Funeral Home in Colby until time of services.
Active pallbearers were Orville Schultz, William Schultz Jr., Nyole Creed, Dern Larson, Harold Runge, and Mollen Talcott.
Mrs. Tom Loughead, Mrs. Elmer Carlson, Mrs. Conrad Flink and Mrs. Wm. Schultz were in charge of flowers.
Two hymns, "Asleep in Jesus" and "Beyond the Sunset" were sung by Mrs. Alfred Johnson, Mrs. George Miller Sr., Romelle Johnson and Betty Mews with Mrs. Henry Binning at the organ.
Out-of-town persons attending were Mrs. Milton Hagensick, LaSalle, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sorenson, Marion, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haslow and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stevens, Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lucht, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lucht, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lucht, Mr. and Mrs. William Haslow, Mrs. Charles Haslow and Mrs. John Karau, Spencer; Matt Britten Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Matt Britten and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Britten and William Britten, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baumann and children, Edgar; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hibbard, Colby; Mr. and Mrs. Byron Talcott, Wausau; Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Cutts, Christie; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Copet, Park Falls.
*** Note: Mr. Sorenson’s date of birth is from the church records of Trinity Lutheran Church, Spencer, Marathon County. A transcription of these records are on this site.
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