Obit: Richmond, Dennis James #2 (1965 - 1970)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Richmond, Vandeberg, Atkins, Harp, Edens, Crosset, Franke, Bender, Eckes, Rosandick Kier, Will, Hansen, Arndt, Kuester, Stanley, Canfield, Cook, Horn, Schultz, Musil, Dushek
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 8/06/1970
Richmond, Dennis James (14 November 1965 - 25 July 1970)
Funeral services for Dennis James Richmond, 4, of Granton, who died July 25, were held Wednesday, July 29, at 1:30 p.m. from the United Methodist Church in Granton. The Rev. William Dushek officiated. Burial was made in the Town of York Cemetery.
Dennis James was born November 14, 1965, to Jesse and Virginia (Vandeberg) Richmond in Neillsville.
Survivors include: his parents, and three sisters, Kathie 16, Karen, 15, and Carol 13, all at home; and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Atkins of Mountain Grove, Mo.
Pallbearers were: Bruce Stanley, Stan Canfield, Kurt Cook and Bruce Horn. Mrs. Don Schultz sang, “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” and “Children of our Heavenly Father,” accompanied by Mrs. Jas. A. Musil.
People attending from out-of-town included: Mrs. Edna Atkins of Mountain Grove, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harp, Harry Richmond, Delbert Richmond of Chippewa Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Hans Edens of Mansfield, Mo.; Mrs. Ernest Crosset, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Vandeberg, Bill Edens, Mr. And Mrs. Douglas Edens of Harvard, Ill.; Mrs. Melvin Franke and Kathy Ann Franke of Walworth; Mrs. Katherine Bender, Mrs. Ernest Crosset, Mrs. James Eckes and family, Mrs. Nick Rosandick and Mrs. Ruth Kier and Phillip of Marshfield; Mrs. Donald Will of Colby; Mrs. Harry Hansen of Withee; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Arndt of Barneveld, and Mr. and Mrs. David Kuester of Arena. Many from Loyal, Greenwood, Granton and Neillsville areas also attended.
© Every submission is protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.
Show your appreciation of this freely provided information by not copying it to any other site without our permission.
A site created and
maintained by the Clark County History Buffs