Obit: Lund, Edward P. (1896 - 1963)
Surnames: Lund, Hatfield, Reit, Downing, Olson, Pomietlo, Naas. Blanchette, Thill, Tisdale, Fitzl, Wright, Gregory, Brothen
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 09/12/1963
Lund, Edward P. (16 JUL 1896 - SEP 1963)
Funeral services for Edward Peter Lund, 67, Washington St., Stanley, were held Saturday afternoon at two o’clock at the Stanley Church of the Brethren, with Rev. Ernest Detrick officiating. Interment was in Oakland Cemetery.
Mr. Lund was born in Clark County, Wis. July 16, 1896, son of Julius and Mary Lund. He lived during his childhood in and about the Stanley area. She passed away in 1937, and the family then moved to the City of Stanley. On March 31, 1962 he was married to Lillian Reit.
Mr. Lund worked as a mason and in construction work most of his life, retiring a few years ago.
Surviving are his wife, Lillian; two sons, Alex of Stanley and David of Oregon, Wis., six daughters, Dr. Grace Lund, Milwaukee; Mrs. Harold (Louella) Downing, Mrs. Ole (Gladys) Olson, Mrs. Stanley (Lorraine) Pomietlo, Mrs. Richard (Joan) Naas and Mrs. Paul (Susan) Blanchette, all of Stanley; three step-daughters, Mrs. William (Beverly) Thill of Boyd; Mrs. Donald (Artis) Tisdale, Green Bay; and Mrs. Lawrence (Alma) Fitzl, Stanley; two step-sons, Dale Wright of Kenosha and Donald Wright, St. Paul; three brothers, Rudy and Carl of Stanley; Albert of Neenah; three sisters, Mrs. Hannah Sloan, Neenah; Mrs. Anna Gregory, Garfield, Nev., and Mrs. Roy (Dora) Brothen of Kenosha, and 31 grandchildren.
(Response from a relative - Wally Rzemienski)
On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 8:36 PM, Wally Rzemienski
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Edward Lund's first wife died when she was 35 yrs old.
Do you know why Fern Hatfield died so early ?
Edward Lund is my DNA cousin
Mary Sorenson is my great Aunt by DNA
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