Obit: Misener, Mary (1915 – 1968)
Surnames: Misener, Olson, Bucki, Treankler, Smedegard, Rapp, Decker, Johnson
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 05 Dec 1968
Misener, Mary (28 APR 1915 – 25 NOV 1968)
Funeral services for Mrs. Glenn (Mary) Misener, 55, who was fatally injured Monday night, November 25, 1968, in a one car accident on Interstate I-90 in Juneau County, were held Thursday morning at 10:30 at St. Mary's Catholic Church at Colby, with the Rev. John E. Olson officiating.
Interment was made in the Colby Cemetery. The pallbearers were Robert S. Anderson and James Hollman, Abbotsford, Micky Buksa and George Buksa, Rib Lake, and Fred Bucki and George Rapp, Chicago.
Mrs. Misener, the former Mary Bucki was born April 28, 1915, at Rib Lake, and received her education there. Her marriage to Glenn Misener took place in 1936.
They lived at various times in Rib Lake, Dorchester, Chicago, Unity, Colby and Abbotsford, where Mr. Misener operated barber shops. For the past two years they lived at Milwaukee. Mrs. Misener was employed at Amron Corp, West Allis, at the time of her death.
She is survived by her husband, four sons: Spec. 4 Kenneth Miser of Ft. Ord, Calif., now here on furlough, Robert of Madison, Wayne of Wausau, and LeRoy of Rib Lake, and one daughter, Mrs. Dwight (Mary Ann) Treankler, route 1, Colby. There are 11 grandchildren.
Also surviving are four brothers and three sisters, John Bucki, Edward Bucki, Frank Bucki, Mrs. Allen (Nellie) Smedegard, Mrs. John (Anna) Rapp, all of Chicago, Andrew Bucki of Whitewater, and Mrs. George (Helen) Decker of Milwaukee.
All of the brothers and sisters and their spouses attended the funeral. Also attending were Mrs. And Mrs. Ray Misener of Walworth and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Johnson of Unity, brother and sister of Mr. Misener.
Other relatives and friends attending came from Rib Lake, Unity, Colby, Abbotsford, and vicinity.
Mr. Misener, who was critically injured in the same accident was moved from the Mauston Hospital Friday morning and is in the intensive care unit at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield. He sustained a possible skull fracture and badly crushed left side.
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