Obit: Lueloff, Ida (1881 – 1968)
Surnames: Lueloff, Augustine, Salter, Fiedler, Jens, Pankow
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 15 Feb 1968
Lueloff, Ida (25 DEC 1881 – 10 FEB 1968)
Funeral services for Ida Lueloff, 86, Colby, were held Tuesday at Zion Lutheran Church at Colby.
Mrs. Lueloff died Saturday morning at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, after a stroke and a lingering illness.
The Rev. David Pankow officiated at the 2 p.m. services. Burial was made in the Colby Memorial Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Clyde Hubing, I.M. Firnstahl and Riley Newman, all of Colby, Ellis Langjahr, Unity, Les Jens, Owen, and Russell Schmidt of Marshfield.
The Lulloff Funeral Home of Colby was in charge of the arrangements.
The former Ida Fredericka Augustine was born in Mecklenburg, Germany, Dec. 25, 1881. She came to America with her parents at the age of two, and the family settled in the town of Green Grove (Clark Co., Wis.), where they operated a farm. She attended schools at Green Grove and Colby, and is a graduate of the Colby High School.
She married Theodore F. Lueloff Nov. 25, 1903. They made their home in Colby, where she lived for the rest of her life. Mr. Lueloff died in December 1913.
She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Zion Ladies' Aid and Zion Sewing Circle, and held offices in both these organizations.
Mrs. Lueloff was also a charter member of the Huber-Schmitt-Bruesewitz-Decker auxiliary to Post 2227 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Colby.
Surviving are five children, Mrs. Lucille Salter of Marshfield, Reuben Lueloff of Milwaukee, Miss Gertrude Lueloff of Colby, Orland Lueloff of Sharon, and Mrs. Larry (Veda) Fiedler of Washington, D.C.
There are 10 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by a sister, Bertha Jens of Owen.
Preceding her in death, besides her husband, , were two sisters and a half-brother.
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