Obit: Perman, Julia #2 (1891- 1970)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Perman, Ozbolt, Tomac, Maass, Speich, Hemersbach, Nerbun, Meisner, Kasandovich, Steffen, Gregorich, Herr, Reese, Klinke, Vesel, Koopman
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/19/1970
Perman, Julia (6 February 1891 - 11 March 1970)
Mrs. Julia Perman, 79, of Greenwood died March 11 in Neillsville, where she was admitted to the hospital March 8.
Mrs. Perman, the former Julia Oz bolt, was born February 6, 1891, in Yugoslavia. Her first marriage was in May 1912, to Anton Tomac in Alabama. They came to Greenwood in 1914. Mr. Tomac died in February, 1918. On March 19, 1921, she was married in Greenwood to Daniel Perman, who died October 23, 1947.
Survivors are five daughters, Mrs. Edward (Mary) Maass and Mrs. John D. (Kay) Speich of Greenwood, Mrs. Edmund (Christina) Hemersbach of Morris, Ill., Mrs. Dede Nerbun of Ladysmith and Mrs. Herbert (Margaret) Meisner of Racine; two sons, Joseph Tomac of Gary Ind., and Dr. Victor Perman of St. Paul; a brother, Louis Ozbolt of Port Arthur, Canada; 32 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday morning from St. Mary’s Catholic Church. The Rev. Leander Koopman officiated. Burial was made in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Joe Gregorich, Joe Herr, Francis Herr, David Reese, Frank Klinke and Robert Vesel.
Relatives who attended from a distance were: Louis Ozbolt and Mr. and Mrs. George Kasandovich of Port Arthur, Canada; Mrs. Dede Nerbun of Ladysmith; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Meisner and family of Racine; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tomac, Sr., of Gary, Ind.; Dr. and Mrs. Victor Perman and family of St. Paul; Miss Kathleen Maass and Joseph Tomac, Jr., of Chicago; Gerald Maass of Wisconsin Rapids; Richard Nerbun of Madison; Marion Speich of la Crosse; William Speich of River Falls; and Paulette Steffen of Minneapolis.
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