Obit: Heier, Eunice Nora
(Winchell) (1913 - 1974)
Contact: Linda Mertens
Surnames: Heier, Malsch, Gilles, Armbrust, Cullen, Winchell, Wilke, Motelet
----Source - Anna Johnson’s Scrapbook
Eunice Nora Heier (6 Feb 1913 - 19 Feb 1974)
Mrs. Jack Heier, 61-year-old Medford (Taylor Co., WI) resident, died about 3 a.m. Tuesday. She was pronounced dead on arrival at Memorial hospital, Medford, after being taken there by ambulance from her home where she had suffered an apparent heart attack. Mrs. Heier had been in ill health for the past several years.
Funeral services will be held here(Medford, Taylor Co., WI) at 10 a.m. today, Thursday, at Holy Rosary Catholic church with Rev. David Malsch officiating. Interment will take place in Medford Catholic cemetery.
The body lay in state at the Hemer funeral home, Medford, where rosary devotions were held Wednesday evening.
Grandsons Kenneth, Timothy and Patrick Gilles, Greg Armbrust and John and James Cullen will serve as pallbearers.
The former Eunice Nora Winchell was born February 6, 1913 at Dorchester and received her education there. Her marriage to Jack Heier took place February 23, 1932 at Dorchester.
After her marriage Mrs. Heier moved to Medford where she resided until the time of her death. She had been employed here by the Harvey Company for a short time.
She was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic church and its Alter society.
Surviving her are two sons, Donald of Medford and Galen of Waupaca; three daughters, Bonnie, Mrs. Kenneth Gilles and Carol, Mrs. James Armbrust of Medford; and Jeanie, Mrs. James Cullen of Sheboygan, 25 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Other survivors include one brother, Donavan of Chicago and two sisters, Verna, Mrs. Max Wilke of Dorchester and Nora, Mrs. Dave Motelet of Abbotsford.
One brother, Harold, who died in 1970, preceded her in death.
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