Obit: Denzin, Theresa #2 (1890 - 1926)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Bahr, Beisner, Carpenter, Dailey, Denzin, Empey, Haufschild, Kreie, Lamer, Lueck, Maxam, Piehler, Raasch, Schade, Schuel, Sprotte, Stahnke, Suther, Vircks, Zahorka
----Source: The Curtiss Advance (Curtiss, Clark Co., Wisconsin), Wednesday, April 28, 1926.
Denzin, Theresa (Vircks) (30 Sep. 1890 - 22 Apr. 1926)
MRS. PAUL DENZIN LAID TO REST
Monday afternoon, April 26, 1926 midst hosts of relatives and friends, funeral services were conducted for Mrs. Paul Denzin at the Lutheran Bethlehem Church in Milan. Rev. W. Peihler officiating, Interment was made in the Lutheran Cemetery, North of Milan.
The deceased, Theresa Vircks Denzin, was born on September 30, 1890, at Watertown, Wisconsin. Being baptized into the Lutheran faith, she renewed her baptismal covenant, after thorough instruction in the biblical doctrines, at the time of her confirmation.
In the year of 1908, she entered into holy wedlock with Mr. Paul Denzin, making their home on their farm in the town of Holton. The Lord blessed their union with eleven children, the oldest child preceding the mother in death in infancy. In the later part of March, an infection made it necessary for her to seek medical and surgical aid in the St. Joseph’s Hospital at Marshfield. The able doctors there did all in their power to save the life of this Christian mother. Soon after her entrance into the hospital, she was delivered of an infant child, then an amputation of an arm was made, and from time to time other incisions had to be made in the battle against the ravaging infection. When the strength seemed to fail her, blood transfusions were made in order to uphold her in her brave battle against the disease.
Much did she suffer, yet never did she complain. At all times she held her trust in the Lord, patiently awaiting the time, that help should come to her form on high. The suffering Christ was her comfort in the Lord be done, was her constant prayer. And, according to the gracious will of God, she was delivered from all pain and sorrow on Thursday, April 22, at 7:30 in the evening. Quiet and peaceful was her departure.
She attained the age of thirty-five years, seven months and twenty-two days.
She leaves to mourn her departure her husband, Paul Denzin, four sons, Albert, Edward, Harold and Clarence, six daughters, Hilda, Leona, Esther, Ruth, Lucille and Anna, her father and mother, Mrs. And Mrs. Herman Vircks, Sr., of Stetsonville, seven brothers and two sisters and other relatives and a large circle of friends.
Those from out of town who attended the funeral were Otto Vircks and family of Colby, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dailey, Abbotsford, Reinhold Raasch, Little black, Mr. and Mrs. Erie Beisner, Dorchester, Arnold Suther, Rib Lake, Max Haufschild, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vircks, Albert Vircks and family, Mrs. Herman Vircks, Sr., William Vircks, Mrs. Theresa Raasch, Reinhold Raasch and family, Edward Vircks, Paul Lueck and family, William Raasch, Fred Carpenter, Mrs. Herman Lueck, Mrs. Adolph Kreie, Mrs. H. Maxam, and Mrs. Elmer Maxam all of Stetsonville, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Denzin, Mukwonega, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schuel, Neoska, Mrs. Richard Bahr and son, Marshfield, Mrs. Jos. Lamer, Tomahawk, Max Vircks and family and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stahnke, Dorchester, Henry Sprotte, Tomahawk and Olga Vircks of Stetsonville.
The pall bearers were Arthur Zahorka, Erwin Zahorka, Alex Sprotte, William Denzin, Reinhold Raasch, William Raasch and Max Haufschild.
The flower bearers were Margaret Lueck, Elizabeth Vircks, Dorothy Schade, Mildred Empey, Anna Zahorka and Sadie Denzin.
Note: Birth and death dates were verified via and obituary published in the Weekly Clarion, Dorchester (Clark Co., Wisconsin), April 30, 1926.
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