Obit: Hillert, Lydia #2 (? - 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hillert, Burroughs, Goebel, Sternitzky, Keuer, Pischer, Vine, Rowe, Beil, Montag, Doehr, Winter, Guk, Mau, Johnson, Worchel, Olson, Jolivette, Limprecht, Stork, Carl, Bizjak, Schwarze, Mayer, Thoma, Hilgendorf
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/22/1973
Hillert, Lydia (? - 9 November 1973)
Funeral services were held November 13 from the Georgas Funeral Home for a Town of Grant native, Mrs. Lydia Hillert, 87, of Appleton, who died there November 9. The Rev. H. P. Hilgendorf, Appleton, officiated and burial was made in the Town of Grant Cemetery.
Pallbearers were: Wilbert Goebel, Carl and Russell Worchel, Lee Jolivette and Erwin and Otto Sternitzky.
“The Lord is my Shepherd” and “Rock of Ages” were sung by Mrs. Harold Mayer. Mrs. Henry Thoma was the accompanist.
Among those attending the services were the following from out of town: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burroughs, Appleton; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sternitzky, Wilbert Goebel, Mrs. Ray Keuer, Mrs. Anna Pischer, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sternitzky, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sternitzky, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sternitzky, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hillert, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Vine, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rowe and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hillert, Granton; Mrs. Laura Beil, Mrs. Harold Montag, Arwin Beil, Mrs. Lyle Doehr, Mrs. Anita Hillert and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hillert and family, Chili; Mrs. Lydia Winter and Mrs. Arno Guk, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mau and family, New Berlin; Mrs. Laura Johnson and sister-in-law, Eau Claire; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hillert, Tomah; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Worchel, Spencer; Harold Worchel, La Crosse; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Olson and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Worchel, Milwaukee; Lee Jolivette, Mrs. Laura Limprecht, Mr and Mrs. H. Stork, Mrs. Ida Carl, Mrs. Joseph Bizjak and Mrs. Ina Schwarze, Greenwood.
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