Obit: Allemang, Flay D. (1896 - 1947)
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Surnames: Allemang

----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 09/11/1947

Allemang, Flay D. (30 SEP 1896 - 5 SEP 1947)

Monday afternoon at two o’clock, friends and relatives paid their final respects and tribute to Flay Deloss Allemang, when final rites were conducted from the Griebenow Funeral Home (Owen, Wisconsin). Burial was made in the Riverside Cemetery. Officiating at the service was Rev. C. S. Matthews, Owen and Rev. and Mrs. Rostad, formerly of Owen and now of Fargo, N.D.; sang two selections, "Under His Wings" and God’s Way is the Best Way." Pallbearers were: Val Connell and Eddie Chenenier, Chippewa Falls, E. V. Hennemann, Eau Claire, Emil Niemi, Withee and Wm. Mattson and W. W. Kidd, Owen.

Flay had passed away at the Sacred Heart Hospital at Eau Claire, where he had been a patient for three weeks, suffering from a complication of diseases, on Friday, Sept. 5th, 1947, at the age of 50 years, 11 months and 5 days.

Flay Deloss Allemang was born Sept. 30, 1896 at Bolmoral in Richland Co., Wis. When a youngster of one year of age he moved with his parents to Jump River, Taylor Co. where he spent his childhood and early youth. Her he attended the Jump River Public schools and was employed in the lumber camps and saw mills of Taylor county as a youth, up until he was 20 years of age.

He was one of the early enlistments of World War I and after returning home from the service he made his home in this city (Owen, Clark Co., Wis.). He later attended the Milwaukee Motor School at Milwaukee and the past several years had been employed in Eau Claire. During the recent he was employed in the Ordnance plants in Louisiana and also an employee of the Kaiser Ship Yards in Portland, Oregon. Since the war he had been employed continually in Eau Claire at Altoona.

He was a member of the Eagles Lodge at Eau Claire and in that community as here he had made a wide circle of close friends because of his ever present sense of humor and amicable personality.

His only close survivor is his mother, Mrs. Ida Allemang of this city.

Among the friends and relatives from away that were here for the services Monday were: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McNuslin of Cameron; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McManus of Jump River and daughter Delta of Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Landon, Paul Landon, Floyd Landon and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hesterman, all of Wis. Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ward of Wausau; Mrs. Maud Ward, Owen; Phil Cooke, Alice Heins, Rose Berg, Ray Palmer, Leo Brazean, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Chenenier, Mrs. Margaret McKeith, Mrs. George Juneau, Agnes Engelthaler, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Larson, Orville Larson, Howard Lawrence, Wm. Babington, Jim Rooney, Herman Schilling and Warren LePage, all of Eau Claire; Water Sigel and George Schick, Milwaukee; Lloyd Bangsberg, LaCrosse and Frank Silorsky and Felix Guthier of Stevens Point.

 

 


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