Obit: Tresemer, Hattie (1904 - 1967)

Contact: Kathleen Englebretson

Surnames: Tresemer, Reetz, Skroch, Brown, Hutchinson, Gates, Staffon, Wetzel

---Source: Marshfield News-Herald, 11 August 1967

Tresemer, Hattie (29 October 1904-14 August 1967)

NEILLSVILLE--Funeral services were held today (Monday) at St. John's
Lutheran Church for Mrs. Emil Tresemer, 62, of 633 Court St., who died
Friday at Memorial Hospital following a lingering illness. The Rev.
Norman W. Lindloff officiated and burial was made in the Neillsville
cemetery. Georgas Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

The former Hattie Reetz was born October 29, 1904 in Germany, and was
educated there. She was married on March 7, 1924, in Germany, to Emil
Tresemer, and shortly after their marriage they came to this country,
settling in the Neillsville area. For the past 20 years she had been
employed at Kearns Rexall Drug Store, now Wahl Drugs.

She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Neillsville, and
the Mothers Club of the church.

Survivors include her husband: six daughters, Mrs. Everett (Susie)
Skroch, Neillsville; Mrs. Henry (Evelyn) Brown, Wichita, Kansas; Mrs.
Ray (Gertrude) Hutchinson, Long Beach, California; Mrs. John (Lucy)
Gates, Black River Falls; and Mrs. Gilbert (Dorothy) Staffon, and Miss
Carol Tresemer, both of Neillsville; two sons, Eddie, Neillsville; and
Roland, Springfield, Missouri, a sister, Mrs. Emil Wetzel, Neillsville,
and a sister and brother in Germany; and 23 grandchildren.

Mrs. Tresemer was preceded in death by one brother and by one sister.



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