Obit: Boushon, Ida Wittman (1904 - 1958)
Surnames: BOUSHON WITTMAN BOCK KOFFLER LEONARD WEISTER
----Source: Scrapbook; unknown Clark Co., Wis. paper
Area resident Dies at Age 54, Funeral Friday for Boushon, Ida Wittman (1904 - 1958)
Mrs. Frank Boushon, 54, route 1 chili, died of a heart attack Tuesday afternoon at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boushon.
Funeral Services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Friday in Christ Lutheran Church at Chili with the Rev. Lawrence Schreiber officiating. Burial is to be made in Yolo Cemetery.
The body will lie in state at the Hansen Funeral Home from this evening until 10 a.m. Friday, when it will be taken to the church.
The former Ida Wittman was born in the town of Lincoln, July 23, 1904. She received her education in the town of Lincoln and attended Immanuel Lutheran Parochial School. She had lived in the Chili area her entire life.
She was a former school clerk in the town of Freemont, a member of Christ Lutheran Church and the Ladies Aid Society.
She married Frank Boushon on April 12, 1923, in Immanuel Lutheran Church at Marshfield. The Rev. O. Hensel officiated.
Surviving are her husband eight sons, Arthur Boushon, Robert Boushon, Marshfield Harold Boushon, route 3, Marshfield James Boushon, Albert Boushon, Donald Boushon, Ronald Boushon, Richard Boushon all of Chili three daughters, Miss Lorraine Boushon, Mrs. Dueane (Frances) Bock of Chili Mrs. Louis (Laura) Koffler, Rib Lake 10 grandchildren one sister, Mrs. Ed (Margarget) Leonard, Occonomowoc two half sisters, Miss Elsie Wittman, Marshfield Mrs. Frank (Lucille) Weister, Marshfield four half brothers George Wittman, Marshfield Walter Wittman, Minneapolis, Minn. Albert Wittman, Norman Wittman both of Marshfield and her stepmother, Mrs. Conrad Wittman, Marshfield.
She was preceded in death by one daughter in infancy.
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