Obit: Wehrman, Clarence #2 (1908 - 1966)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Wehrman, Siemers, Brandt, Wendtland, Suda, Noeldner, Dobbe, Gehrt, Bass, Krause, Rossow, Tomlinson, Tatalovich, Checky, Wolf, Ready, Haines, Schilling, Voss
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/7/1966
Wehrman, Clarence (20 October 1908 - 26 March 1966)
Clarence Wehrman, 57, Menomonee Falls, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wehrman of Greenwood, died March 26 following a heart attack at Menomonee Falls. Funeral services were held Tuesday from St. Paul’s United Church of Christ there.
Mr. Wehrman was born October 20, 1908, in the Town of Beaver. He was married to Esther Siemers in 1934 at Flasher, N. D. He attended schools in the Town of Beaver. After their marriage, the Wehrmans moved to Menomonee Falls, where they had resided since.
Survivors besides his wife are two sons, Eugene of Germantown, and David Wehrman, at home; a grandson, a brother, Oscar Brandt of Greenwood; and a sister, Mrs. Helen Wendtland of Colorado Springs, Colo.
Relatives attending the memorial services from this area were: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Brandt, Mrs. Erna Wehrman, Mrs. Charles Suda, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Noeldner, all of Greenwood; Arthur Wehrman, Albert Wehrman and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dobbe of Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gehrt of Rib Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krause, all of Granton; also Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rossow of Flasher, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tomlinson, Miss Ida Wehrman, Mrs. Louis Tatalovich, Mrs. Marian Checky, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Wehrman, Henry Wehrman, Leo Wehrman and Dale Wehrman, all of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brandt and daughter of Franksville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf, Fred Ready, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Haines of Lancaster; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schilling and Mrs. Hattie Voss of Helenville; Mr. and Mrs. Victory Siemers of South Dakota; and Mr. and Mrs. William Siemers of Nebraska.
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