Obit: Untiedt, Otto (1910 – 1968)

Transcriber: Pam Harders - 

Surnames: Untiedt, Taylor, Koerner, Vergenz

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/21/1968

Untiedt, Otto (28 FEB 1910 – 14 MAR 1968)

Otto Untiedt, 58, of Edgar, died Wednesday, March 14 at St. Mary's Hospital, Wausau, where he was a patient for two weeks after suffering a heart attack.

Mr. Untiedt was born February 26, 1910, at Davenport, Ia., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Untiedt. His marriage to Hattie Taylor took place June 15, 1929., at Medford. They made their home in Abbotsford, where he was employed in a feed mill. About 31 years ago they moved to Fenwood and then to Edgar, where he was the proprietor of the O & H Feed and Food Co.

He had served as former president of the Edgar Village Board, a former member of the Marathon County Board, a member of the Marathon County Draft Board, a director of the Wisconsin Valley Fair, director of the IDO Feed and Supply Corporation, a member and past president of the Edgar Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Marathon County Resource Development Corporation, the Tri-county Feed Dealers Association, the Wisconsin Feed, Seed and Supply Association, the Edgar Industrial Development Corporation and the Mid-lake Advancement Association at Minocqua.

In addition to his wife, survivors are two sons, Norbert and DuWayne Untiedt, both of Edgar; his mother, Mrs. Frieda Untiedt, Abbotsford; a brother, Leonard, San Carlos, California; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Koerner, Abbotsford, and Mrs. Arthur Vergenz, Madison, and six grandchildren.

His father preceded him in death.



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