Alice (1889 - 1940)
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Surnames: Vanderhoof, Miller, Reinheimer, Schultz, Carver
----Sources: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 05/02/1940
Vanderhoof, Alice (21 Mar. 1889 - 25 Apr. 1940)
Alice Vanderhoof, 51, died at Sheboygan Falls, April 25, 1940 at the age of 51 years, 1 month, 4 days. She was the daughter of Munson and Charlotte Vanderhoof both deceased. Her father died in July 1929. Her mother on May 10, 1939. To them were born seven children.
Alice leaves to mourn her loss one sister (Catherine) Mrs. George Miller, five brothers, Harold, Munson, Ward, Louis, and Dave besides many other relatives and friends.
Alice was born near Spencer and spent most of her life on her parents farm near Veefkind. Only for a few years she lived in Loyal with her parents and the past year she spent with her sister at Sheboygan Falls.
Miss Vanderhoof had always attended church with her mother and was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. She has been in poor health for a year and was broken hearted at the loss of her mother, who was with her constantly. No one could comfort or take the place of mother though her loved ones tried to do what they could for her.
The body was brought to the funeral home in Marshfield Friday. The funeral services was held at 1:15 p.m. at the Co-operative funeral home and 2 o'clock at the Methodist Church in Loyal, Monday, with interment in the Loyal cemetery. Rev. Carver officiated.
The flowers were carried by Mrs. W. F. Reinheimer and Mrs. L. H. Schultz. The five brothers were pallbearers.
Those from away who came for the funeral were Mrs. George Miller and youngest daughter, Sheboygan Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vanderhoof and daughter, Sherwood, Joseph Vanderhoof and daughters, Colby.
We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones. Veefkind Cor.
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