Obit: Calverley, William E. (1915 - 1986)
Surnames: Calverley, White, Harmston, Mehlbrech, DePatie, Reiter, Gukenberger
----Source: Marshfield News Herald, Marshfield, Wood Co., WI, Tues., 21 Oct. 1986
Calverley, William E. (21 Aug. 1915 - 19 Oct. 1986)
William E. Calverley, 71, Route 1, Ettrick, father of Debra Gukenberger, Marshfield, died Sun. at a La Crosse hospital.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Wed. at the Fossum Funeral Home, Ettrick. Burial will be in Ettrick Cemetery.
Visitation will from 7-9 tonight at the funeral home.
Mr. Calverley was born Aug. 21, 1915, in Bancroft to James and Mae Calverley.
He married Henrietta White Harmston Nov. 21, 1960, in Waukon, Iowa. She survives.
He retired two years ago and for the last five years was a security guard at Arcadia Furniture Co., Arcadia. He was an over-the-road semi driver. His longest employment was with Gross Trucking, Wisconsin Rapids.
He was a member of the Teamsters Union, Chicago, for 30 years.
Surviving, besides his wife and daughter are three sons, Robert and Harry, both of Wisconsin Rapids, and James, Anoka, Minn.; two step-sons, Charles Harmston, Hebron, Ind., and Howard Harmston, Arcadia; four other daughters, Joyce White, La Crosse, Donna Mehlbrech, Waukesha, Gladysa DePatie, Oaklawn, Ill., and Ethel Reiter, Ettrick; 25 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
He was predeceased by a brother.
William E. Calverley, Ettrick, Debra Gukenberger, Marshfield, La Crosse, Fossum Funeral Home, Ettrick Cemetery, Calverley, Bancroft, James Calverley, Mae Calverley, Henrietta White Harmston, Waukon, Iowa, IA, Arcadia Furniture Co., Arcadia, Gross Trucking, Wisconsin Rapids, Teamsters Union, Chicago, Robert Calverley, Harry Calverley, James Calverley, Anoka, Minn., MN, Minesota, Charles Harmston, Hebron, Ind., IN, Indiana, Howard Harmston, Joyce White, Donna Mehlbrech, Waukesha, Gladysa DePatie, Oaklawn, Ill., IL, Illinois, Ethel Reiter.
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