Obit: Vogel, Lydia (1891 - 1955)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Vogel, Scholl, Krutsch, Nupnou,
Garbisch, Hetzel, Huebscher, Williams, Short, Kuhn, Stevens,
Biliskis, Chase, Bing
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) May 12, 1955
Vogel, Lydia (9 November 1891 - 26 April
Mrs. Lydia (Scholl) Krutsch Vogel, 63, Maywood,
Ill., died Tuesday, April 26, 1955, at Maywood.
Funeral services were held at 7:00 p.m. the
evening of April 28 at the new Apostolic Church in Melrose Park,
Ill. The body arrived in Neillsville Friday evening and further
services were held Saturday, April 30, at 2:00 p.m. from the
Georgas Funeral Home. The Rev. Charles L. Bing officiated at both
services. Interment took place in the Neillsville City
Mrs. Vogel was born November 9, 1891, in
Russia, where she received her education. She came to this country
with her parents as a small child. The family located in
Chicago, where her marriage to Henry Krutsch took place on January
22, 1910. In 1919 they moved to Clark County and settled on a
farm in the Town of Levis. Mr. Krutsch died January 22,
193. For the past three years she had made her home in
Chicago, where she was married to David Vogel.
Eight children survive her. They are: Henry
Krutsch, Butterfield, Ark.; Mrs. Bruno (Lydia) Nupnou, Chicago;
Mrs. Gerhardt (Edith) Garbisch, Beloit; David Krutsch, Neillsville;
Mr. Ray (Lucy) Hetzel, Granton; Paul Krutsch, Neillsville; Mrs. Sam
(Gladyce) Huebscher, Denver, Colo. and James Krutsch,
was preceded in death by her parents, sisters and brothers in
Russia and by her first husband.
Pallbearers were: Oliver Williams, Ralph Short,
Frank Short, Paul Kuhn, Irving Stevens and George
Flowers were in charge of Mrs. Joe Chase and Mrs.
Those from out of town attending the services were: David Vogel, Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Nupnou and family, all of Chicago; the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Bing, Melrose Park, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Garbisch and James Krutsch, Beloit; Henry and Paul Krutsch, Butterfield, Ark.; Mrs. Sam Huebscher, Denver, Colo.
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