Obit: Miller, Mathilda S. (1896 - 1969)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Baumgartner, Boeldt, Hueppchen, Laabs, Miller, Neuhaus, Ortmeier, Roemer, Strade
----Source: The Manitowoc Herald Times, Thursday, September 25, 1969, Page 10-T
Miller, Mathilda S. (Neuhaus) (April 1, 1896 - September 25, 1969)
Mrs. Amos Miller, 73, of 1226A Reed St., Plymouth, died Thursday morning at Memorial Hospital, Sheboygan.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Bethel United Church of Christ, Town of Herman. The Reverend Armin Roemer will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery.
Mrs. Miller, nee Mathilda Neuhaus, was born April 1, 1896, in the Town of Newton, daughter of the late Gerhardt and Lucy Ortmeier Neuhaus. She was married to Amos Miller Aug. 12, 1915, at Curtiss, Wis., and after their marriage, they lived in the Colby area.
In 1926 they moved to Cleveland and in 1934, Mr. and Mrs. Miller located at Rhine Center, where Mr. Miller operated a garage, implement and livestock business. Mrs. Miller was a member of the Homefolks Club and the Jolly Time Club of Sheboygan and a former member of the Ladies Aid Society of the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller observed their golden wedding anniversary in 1965.
Survivors include her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Lee (Elda) Laabs, of Glenbeulah, Mrs. Harold (Verna) Hueppchen, of Rt. 1, Waldo, and Mrs. Orville (Arlene) Boeldt, of Plymouth; four sons, Harold of New Holstein, William and Arnold of Plymouth and Melvin of McLean, VA; two sisters, Mrs. Edwin Strade and Mrs. Walter Baumgartner, of Colby; four brothers, Paul, of Hot Springs, Ark., Richard of Lake Geneva, Herbert of Abbotsford and Otto, of Cleveland; 27 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
Friends may call at Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel, after 3 p.m. Friday until 11 a.m. Saturday and at the church from noon.
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