Obit: Kenyon, Edna (1882 - 1958)
Surnames: Kenyon, Passet, Hanson, Tesmer, Kleinschmidt, Wienke, Mueller, Seegar, Voelker, Kohtas, Wold, Fuller, Morrison, Copet, LaDeu
----Source: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark County, Wis.) Friday 09/26/1958
Kenyon, Edna (19 Feb. 1882 - 17 Sept. 1958)
Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon in the Spencer, Wisconsin Methodist Church, for Mrs. Edna Kenyon, 76, Unity, Wisconsin who died of a stroke Wednesday, September 17 at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Marshfield. The Rev. David Passet officiated and burial was made in the West Spencer cemetery.
The body reposed at the Jasperson Funeral Home, Spencer, until Saturday noon, when it was taken to the church.
Singing during the service was Mrs. Donald Hanson, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Dora Tesmer.
Pallbearers were Kenneth Kenyon, Neil Kenyon, Delmar Kleinschmidt, Richard, Wayne and Donald Wienke.
Mrs. Lloyd Mueller, Mrs. Frederic Seegar, Mrs. Lois Voelker, Mrs. Katherine Kohtas, Mrs. Arliss Wold and the Misses Judy, Sharon, Donna and Marlene Kenyon had charge of the flowers.
The former Edna Fuller was born February 10, 1882, in Unity, and received here education in rural schools.
She was married to Edward Kenyon in Sparta. They lived on a farm near Spencer until the death of Mr. Kenyon two years ago.
She is survived by six sons, Lester Kenyon, Spencer; Bernard Kenyon and Lee Kenyon, Unity; Keith Kenyon, Loyal; Lloyd Kenyon, Marshfield; and L. Kenyon, Portage; three daughters, Mrs. Walter (Helen) Kleinschmidt, Spencer; Mrs. Rudolph (Bessie) Wienke, Glenwood City; Mrs. Lester (Pearl) Morrison, Unity; 25 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Lillian Copet, Portage; and one brother, John Fuller, Unity.
She was preceded in death by one son, William, who died in infancy and two sisters, Mrs. Jennie LaDeu and Flora Fuller and one brother, Ben Fuller.
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