Obit: Frome, Marie Louise #2 (1870 - 1945)
Surnames: Frome, Borchert, Spann, Strecker, Zassenhaus, Laack, Bender, Elstrom, Bethke, Hertz, Greseke, Draegerm, Schueler
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 03/15/1945
Frome, Marie Louise (18 Oct. 1870 - 11 Feb. 1945)
Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Frome, who died at her home Saturday, were held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the Lulloff Funeral home at Colby at 2:00 o’clock at the Zion Lutheran church. Internment was made in the Colby (Colby, Clark Co. Wis.) Cemetery.
The pallbearers were Carl and Louis Borchert, Albert Hertz, August Spann, Fred Strecker and Fred Zassenhaus.
The flowers were carried by Janet and Lennice Frome, Jean Laack, Virginia Bender, Doris Elstrom and Billy Frome.
Among those from away who attended the funeral were Mrs. Victor Bethke, Oshkosh, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hertz, Edgar.
Mrs. Henry Frome was born Marie Louise Greseke, in Lomira, Oct. 18, 1870. When a girl of seven, she came with her parents to a farm west of Colby where she resided until several years ago when they moved to Colby, Wis.
On July 1, 1893, she was united in marriage to Henry Frome. To them were born six children.
Mr. and Mrs. Frome came to Abbotsford and have been making their home in the Beach house on Second street. Mrs. Frome has been in poor health the past year and suffered a stroke, Friday evening, with death following on Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
She is survived by her husband and six children, all of whom were here for the funeral: Edwin, Wallis, Theodore and Henry, all of Colby; Mrs. John Draeger of Los Angeles, Cal., and Sgt. Orvin, of the Northwest Military Naval Academy at Lake Geneva, Wis.
There are 10 grand children, three great grand children and one sister, Mrs. August Schueler, of Abbotsford, also surviving.
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