Obit: Anderegg, Jake #2 (1874 – 1963)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames:  Anderegg, Seidelman, Bartsch, Jacobi Zickert, Gross, Sladek,

----Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 12/12/1963

Anderegg, Jake #2 (13 NOV 1874– 05 DEC 1963)

Funeral services were held Saturday, December 7, at 2 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church of Loyal for Jake Anderegg, 89, who died Thursday.  Pastor A.M. Moldenhauer officiated and burial was made in the Lutheran Cemetery.

Jake Anderegg was born November 13, 1874 at Coon Valley.  As a young man he came to Clark County ad settled on a farm in the town of York.  He was married on May 12, 1903 at Neillsville to Lillie Seidelman.  After her death in 1950, he made his home with a daughter, Mrs. Delmar Bartsch.  He ran a saw mill and threshing machine in addition to his farming.  He retired in 1946 and moved to the city of Loyal.  He suffered a stroke fourteen months ago and spent twelve months in the Memorial Hospital at Neillsville.  For the past two months he resided at the Neillsville Nursing Home.

Mr. Anderegg is survived by three sons, Edwin and Ervin of Loyal; Rueben of Beloit; five daughters, Mrs. Fret (Meta) Jacobi, Unity; Mrs. Percy (Alma) Zickert, Neillsville; Mrs. Russell (Amanda) Gross, Paradise, California; Mrs. John (Melinda) Sladek, Marshfield and Mrs. Delmar (Viola) Bartsch, Loyal; two brothers, Henry, Loyal; and Fred, Blair; a sister, Miss Minnie Anderegg, Chicago; 13 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren.

In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by a daughter, five brothers and three sisters.

The pallbearers were all grandsons, Jerry Sladek, Marvin Anderegg, Ronald Zickert, Dean Zickert, Donald Jacobi, and James Bartsch.

The hymns, “Jesus, Lover of My Soul” and “In the Garden” were sung by Mrs. Romaine Rossow, accompanied on the organ by Faith Moldenhauer.




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