Obit: Chapman, Leo #2 (1894 - 1966)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: Chapman, Saufer, Ivanhoff

----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 24 Feb 1966

Chapman, Leo (03 Jan 1894-15 Feb 1966)

The Rev. Leo Chapman died Tuesday, February 15 at 7:30 p.m. at Greenwood.

He was born January 3, 1894, at Webster, South Dakota. From May 1, 1917 to August 1919 he was in the service. After completing his service he was a barber for twenty-four years at Aberdean, South Dakota. In 1930 he entered the St. Paul Bible Institute at St. Paul, Minnesota and was ordained a minister in 1935 in the Christian Missionary Alliance Church. He served churches at Spokeville, Viola Lake, Angus, Nebraska, Neillsville and in 1952 moved to Loyal where they resided until recently moving to Greenwood the past year.

August 25, 1919, he married the former Blanche Sautfer, who survives him at St. Paul, Minnesota.

Services were held at the Free Methodist Church in Loyal on Friday afternoon,February 18. The Rev. Paul Miller and the Rev Alvin Crandall officiated and burial was in the Loyal cemetery.

Pallbearers were Dennis Larson, Bernard Clouse, Henry Kostlevy, Bernard Dodtke, Herbert Fensome, and Ross Stevens.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Correll accompanied by Faith Clouse at the organ sang “Sweeter As The Days Go By,” and “Is This The Day?”

In addition to his wife he is survived by a son Leo Chapman Jr. of Rock Island, Illinois; and a daughter, Mrs. Alex (Gladys) Ivanhoff, Portland, Oregon; ten grandchildren; three sisters; and two brothers.

Attending the services were Leo Chapman Jr., Rock Island, Illinois, Mrs. Alex Ivanhoff and daughter, Portland Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Olson, Frank Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chapman, Minneapolis; Mrs. Dallas Doner, Council Bluffs, Iowa. The Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Crandall and family, Desota; Mrs. Esther Green and Mr. and Mrs. R. Nowack, Merrillian; Mrs. Marion Collins, and Mrs. Amy Kampa, Marshfield; and many other friends from the surrounding areas



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