Obit: Kusa, William (1882 - 1959)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames:  Kusa, Haslow, Egger, Jorgenson

 ----Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 08/06/1959

 Kusa, William (24 Oct 1882 - 30 July 1959)

William Kusa, 76 died at his home in Loyal Thursday, Morning, July 30, of a heart ailment.

He was born at Hartford, Wis., Oct 24, 1882.  When a young man he moved on a farm, south of Marshfield, with his parents.

After his marriage to Ida Haslow, Oct. 27, 1920 in the Trinity Lutheran Church at Loyal, he farmed in the Klondike area for 17 years.  He then moved into the City of Loyal.

He is survived by his wife, one brother, Fred Kusa, and one sister, Mrs. John Egger of Marshfield, and one sister, Mrs. Peter Jorgenson of Coleman.

One brother and three sisters are deceased.

He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Loyal, and funeral services were held there at 2 p.m. Monday.  The Rev. John Pfohl officiated.  Burial was in the Lutheran Cemetery.

Pallbearers for the funeral were William Fohrman, Philip Capelle, Everett Helms, Herbert Hinkleman, Walter Krahn and Julius Ehlert.

Miss Carol Noeldner was organist and the hymns, "Rock of Ages" and Asleep in Jesus" were sung by Mrs. Erwin Dux, Mrs. Erwin Noeldner and Mrs. Verland Dux.  The hymn, "For Me to Live, is Jesus," was sung by the congregation.

Out of town people attending the funeral were:  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wersig, Colby; Albert Carolfi, Stratford; Mrs. Elmer Wit, Abbotsford; Mrs. Art Beahm and Lorna, Mrs. John Karau, Norman Haslow, all of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tabar, Wausau; Mr. and Mrs. John Egger, Mrs. and Mrs. Howard Kusa and family, Fred Kusa, Mrs. Richard Kusa, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wolff, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brooks and family, Robert and Bessie Kusa, all of Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haslow, Owen; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Haslow, Chili.




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