Kuehn, Norbert Elmer (1915 - 1967)






----Source: Marshfield News-Herald, September 29, 1967


Former Area Man Dies of Crash Injury

Norbert E. Kuehn
, 52, route 1, Waldo, a former resident of this community, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kuehn, Greenwood, died early this morning in a Plymouth, Wis. hospital of injuries suffered Thursday night when his car and a train collided at a crossing on a Sheboygan County road north of Waldo. Kuehn was alone in the car.

Services will be held at the United Church of Christ in Greenwood at 2 pm Monday with the Rev. David Logue officiating. Burial will be made in the West Side Cemetery.

Mr. Kuehn was born in Clark County's Town of Warner May 25, 1915 and attended Decker School there. He moved to Waldo eight years ago and has been employed as a mechanic at the Waldo Ford Garage, and at the Lakeside Canning Company in Sheboygan Falls, and the Stokley Canning Company in Plymouth.

He was married at Withee on February 25, 1929 not correct, should be 1958, noted by A. Hodnett, 11/4/2000 , who survives him. Other survivors are his parents two sisters, Mrs. John (Ivalyn) Stepen, Waldo, and Mrs. Harold (Eileen) Hodnett, Withee, two brothers, Harold, Owen, and Ivan, Marshfield.

A brother Floyd preeded him in death.

Friends may call at the Hill Funeral Home here from Sunday noon until 11am Monday, and then at the church. Mr. Kuehn was a member of the Salem-Plank Road United Church of Christ in Sheboygan Falls, and treasurer of the Men's Brotherhood in the church.



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