Obit: Doege, Herman A. K. (1895 – 1975)
Surnames: Doege, Olson, Horn, Bucheger, Talso, Nevala, Ruff, Polnaszek, Gorsegner, Siemek, Huberty, Grunseth, Erl, Burton, Keller, Quelle, Darge, Telford
---------Source: Owen Enterprise (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 06 Feb 1975
Doege, Herman A. K. (15 SEP 1895 – 18 JAN 1975)
Herman August Karl Doege, 79, died Saturday, January 18th, 1875 at Victory Memorial Hospital, Stanley. Funeral services were held at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Thorp on Tuesday, January 21, 1975, with Rev. Robert Olson officiating at the 1:30 p.m. service. Interment was made in the Riverside Cemetery, Withee.
Pallbearers were: Donald Horn, Ed Bucheger and Vaino Talso, all of Greenwood, Ray Nevala, Withee, Clarence Ruff and Ed Polnaszek of Thorp.
Herman Doege, a retired farmer and milk hauler, was born September 15, 1895 at Thorp (Clark Co.), Wisconsin, living in the Thorp and Greenwood areas all his life. On March 16, 1920 he was united in marriage at Thorp, Wis. to Louise Gorsegner, who preceded him in death December 4, 1974.
Surviving are three sons, Herman Doege Jr., Scott City, Missouri, Arthur Doege, Stanley, Robert Doege, Watkins, Minnesota; two daughters, (Charlotte) Mrs. Max Siemek, Gilman, (Grace) Mrs. Charles Hubert, Cookesville, Tennessee; six grandsons, Leslie, Myron, Lindy and Max Siemek, Bryant Doege, Charles Huberty; five granddaughters, Eileen Grunseth, Sharon Erl, Debora Burton, Brenda Doege and Christine Hubert; one great-grandson, Hubert Burton, and three great-granddaughters, Rebecca Grunseth, Theresa and Sherry Erl; three brothers, Reinhold Doege of Eau Claire, Ernest Doege of Thorp, Edwin Doege of Seattle, Washington; two sisters, Freda Keller of Dorchester and Dora Quelle of Withee.
He was also Preceded in death by two sisters, Clara Darge and Alvina Telford.
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