Obit: Sauter, Charles (1877 - 1958)



Surnames: Sauter, Tessmer, Lind, Kalepp, Weideman, Marcott, Kattre, Woempner, Habeck, Fitzlaff, Myre 

----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 10/30/1958 

Sauter, Charles (19 May 1877 - 22 Oct. 1958) 

Funeral services for Charles Sauter, 81, who died at Tomahawk, Wisconsin, Oct. 22, were held Friday at Tomahawk. Internment was made in the Dorchester cemetery. 

Mr. Sauter was born May 19, 1877, in Switzerland and came to America when he was 5 years old. He was raised on a farm southwest of Dorchester and worked in the lumbering industry. He later owned a farm in the town of Holton and operated a service station and tavern on the present location of Seidel, Inc. 

Surviving are his widow, the former Elizabeth Tessmer, whom he married in 1904; three children, Lawrence of Princeton; Elmer, Hartford; and Mrs. Russell (Amanda) Lind, Elmwood Park, Ill. There are eight grand children. A son, Harry, died in 1954. 

Three sisters, Mrs. Minnie Kalepp, Abbotsford; Mrs. Tillie Weideman, town of Mayville; and Mrs. Alma Marcott, Phillips; and two brothers, August and Edwin, Dorchester, also survive. Two sisters and three brothers preceded him in death.  

Attending the funeral from here were Mrs. Kalepp, Mrs. Gilbert Kattre, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kalepp, Mrs. Tillie Weideman, Arlene and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kalepp and other relatives from Dorchester. Among friends were Mrs. Helena Woempner, and John Habeck, Abbotsford; and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fitzlaff, Little Black. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kattre and Mrs. John Myre were at Tomahawk Thursday evening. 



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