Obit: Stowe, Forrest #2 (1908 - 1956)
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 05/24/1956
Stowe, Forrest #2 (29 FEB 1908 - 14 MAY 1956)
Funeral services for Forrest E. Stowe, 48, who was killed in a highway crash near Detroit Lakes, Minn., Sunday, May 13, 1956, were held Thursday, May 17, at the Zink Funeral Home at Abbotsford at 10:00 in the morning. The Rev. Richard Harrison conducted the services during which hymns were sung by Mrs. Myron Greaser and Miss Alice Pollack, with Mrs. J. Samson as accompanist.
Pallbearers for the interment which was made in the Abbotsford Cemetery were Roland Voelker, Chet Knight and Dr. C. V. Hinke, Jr., Abbotsford; John Wesneski, Owen; John Widmer, Riplinger, and John Dobetstein, Dorchester.
Among the immediate relatives at Abbotsford for the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fink, sons, Roger and Arlan, and daughters, Mrs. Milan Scheuerman of Racine; and Mr. and Mrs. Casimir Duba and two children, North Chicago; Mrs. Loris Kauffman, Milwaukee, daughter, Mrs. Ed Frome, Colby, and son; Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Kauffman, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Raatz and two sons and two daughters, Mrs. George Stolzer and Mrs. Ray Hart, Burlington; Mrs. Carl Ketschner, Troy Center; Gilbert Fink, West Allis.
Maurice Stowe, Harrison, Idaho; Mrs. Mabel Woempner, Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brown, Rockford, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fehl, Wausau; Mrs. Alta Pyati, Mrs. Harry Dempsey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taern, Owen; Mr. and Mrs. John Stowe and daughter, Rufus Stowe, and Son Glen, Unity; Mr. and Mrs. Ernetst Stowe and son, Howard, and Mrs. Gerhard Schell, Greenwood; Mrs. Roland Stowe, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tobeck and son Marvin, Mrs. Ardell Topp, Mrs. Edna Letourneau and children, Virginia, Carol and Richard, and Robert Lee, all of Minneapolis.
Other relatives and friends attended from Greenwood, Owen, Marshfield, Riplinger and Dorchester.
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