Obit: Cardarelle, Joseph (1893 - 1969)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Cardarelle, Duschek, Schroeder, Hayday, Hustad, Cook, Anthony, Sprague

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/08/1969

Cardarelle, Joseph (3 August 1893 - 4 May 1969)

Joseph Cardarelle, 75, of Neillsville, died Sunday afternoon in the Veteran’s Administration Hospital at Fort Snelling, Minneapolis, Minn. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. from the Georgas Funeral Home, with the Rev. D. E. Sprague, pastor of the Assembly of God Church officiating. Military rites were conducted at the Neillsville City Cemetery, where burial was made.

Mr. Cardarelle was born August 3, 1893, in Neillsville, the son of Liberato and Mary (Duschek) Cardarelle. He received his education here, and entered the army March 29, 1917. He served in France in World War I, and was wounded in action there. After his discharge May 19, 1919, he managed a resort at Deer River, Minn., for a time, he then returned to Neillsville where he operated a used furniture store for many years. Mr. Cardarelle was active in veterans’ affairs, and especially in the Disabled American Veterans. He retired about 10 years ago due to failing health. He was married to the former Ann Schroeder January 19, 1928, in Minneapolis, Minn.

She survives and other survivors include: two daughters, Mrs. Dixie Hayday, and Mrs. Gene (Ardys) Hustad of Hudson; two sisters, Mrs. Zanza Cook and Mrs. Ann Anthony of Madison; two brothers, Louie Cardarelle of West Bend and Anthony Cardarelle of Richmond; and seven grandchildren.

Mr. Cardarelle was a charter member of the Haugen-Richmond American Legion Post, No 73.



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