Obit: Forman, Allen A. (1871 - 1958)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Forman, Kneifel, Makkonen,
Puro, Bladl, Tichy, Levandowski, Boon, Johnson, Seebandt, Joyce,
Lueck, Stigen, Holt, Lube, Ratsch, bird, Kaudy, Garbisch, Briggs,
Thompson, Wendt, Buddinger, Lawrence, Cutts, Nulton
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) April 17, 1958
Forman, Allen A. (5 September 1871 -
The Rev. Ethel Nulton, pastor of the
Methodist Church of Greenwood officiated at the funeral Friday for
Allen A. Forman, 87, of Greenwood, Rt. 1. Burial was made in
the Greenwood Cemetery following services from the Georgas Funeral
Home in Neillsville.
Mr. Forman was born September 5, 1871, in
Brillion. He came with his parents to Clark County when he
was six years old and received his education in the Town of
Weston. He was married to the former Eliza Kneifel November
12, 1907, at Bowman, N. D. They returned to Weston, where Mr.
Forman had resided since coming to Clark County.
He was a member of the Christie Methodist
Surviving are his wife and two daughters,
Mrs. Oscar (Verma) Makkonen of Withee and Mrs. Pentha (Theda) Puro
of Dorchester; and two grandchildren.
Pallbearers were: Alvin Wendt, Ernest
Bird, George Buddinger, Gilbert Lawrence, Alfred Boon and Laverne
"Rock of Ages," and "Beyond the Sunset,"
was sung by Randy Briggs, accompanied by Mrs. T. N.
People from away attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Makkonen and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pentha Puro and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bladl, Owen; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tichy, H. Levandowski, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boon, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Johnson, Ed Anderegg, Mrs. Henry Seebandt, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. William Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Lueck, Mrs. N. T. Stigen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lube, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ratsch, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bird and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kaudy, all of Greenwood and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Garbisch, Loyal.
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