Obit: Pachal, Agnes (? - 1961)
Surnames: Pachal, Ganz, Bloom, Hallowell, Schuette, Ehlert, Seeman, Fohrman, Dux, Hansen, Lavene, Winkelman, Forman, Erickson, Kroll, Schoenfeldt, Kupke, Lueck, Greeler, Saibold, Greeler, Ratsch, Goutcher, Jerouetz, Kozlovsky, Rossmussen, Jirovec, Hrobsky, English, Roadt, Polze, Langfeldt, Briski, Seefluth, Meier, Neuman, Raatz, Tyler
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 12, 1961
Pachal, Agnes (? - 30 September 1961)
Funeral services were held October 4, from Trinity Lutheran Church in Loyal for Mrs. Joseph (Agnes) Pachal, 70, who died September 30 in Marshfield from a heart attack.
The services were conducted by the Rev. V. A. Ganz, and burial was made in the Loyal Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Lester Bloom, James Hallowell, Hugo Schuette, Julius Ehlert, Roland Seeman and William Fohrman.
Mrs. Verland Dux, and Mrs. Erwin Dux, sang, "Heaven is My Home," and "The Old Rugged Cross." They were accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Hansen at the organ.
Those attending the service included: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lavene and family, Mrs. Emil Winkelman, Mrs. Hattie Forman, Mrs. Wallace Erickson, Mrs. Elmer Erickson, Mrs. Ed Kroll, Mrs. Emil Schoenfeldt, Mrs. Charles Kupke, Mrs. Elsie Lueck, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Greeler, Mrs. Walter Saibold, Mrs. Minnie Greeler, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greeler and Mrs. Jack Ratsch, all of Neillsville; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Goutcher and family of Unity; Mr. and Mrs. John Jerouetz, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kozlovsky and Mrs. Donald Rossmussen, all of Luxemburg; Mr. and Mrs. Eman Jirovec of Antigo; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hrobsky of Wausau; Mr. and Mrs. William English and son, Billy, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Roadt of Spencer; Mrs. Helen Polze of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langfeldt of Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Briski of Greenwood; Mrs. Alan Seefluth, Mrs. Emma Seefluth and Mrs. Walter Meier, all of Wisconsin Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Neuman of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Raatz of Unity; and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tyler and son David, of Granton.
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