Obit: Pagelsdorf, Rose
Contact: Kathleen E. Englebretson
Surnames: Pagelsdorf, Radke, Hensiak, Green, Johnson, Trost, Schofield
---Source: Marshfield News-Herald (3 October 1973)
Pagelsdorf, Rose M. (13 October 1908-2 October 1973)
Services will be held Thursday at the Rembs Chapel for Mrs. Rose M. Pagelsdorf, 64, of Route 3, Marshfield, who died Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital, where she had been a patient for the past weeks. Mrs. Pahelsdorf had been in ill health for the past two years.
Officiating will be the Arvid E. Morey, pastor of the Wesley Methodist Church, and burial will be made in the Lutheran Cemetery at Loyal. Friends may call at the Rembs Chapel.
The former Rose M. Radke, was born October 13, 1908, in Greenwood, and attended the Greenwood and Loyal schools. Her marriage to Emil Pagelsdorf took place July 5, 1931, at Greenwood.
She continued to live in the Greenwood and Loyal area until the death of her husband on October, 27, 1948. She then came to Marshfield, where she had resided since. For a number of years, Mrs. Pagelsdorf was employed at the Blum Brothers Box Company in the city, until retiring about two years ago due to ill health.
Survivors include a son Duane Pagelsdorf, Milwaukee; two daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Birdine) Hensiak, and Miss Wilma Pagelsdorf, both of Milwaukee; four brothers, Ernest Radke, Marshfield, Roy Radke, Loyal, Ira Radke, Minocqua, and Archie Radke, Riverside, California; four sisters, Mrs. Orville (Dorothy) Green, Loyal, Mrs. Emmett (Ruby)Johnson, Chicago, Mrs. Albert (Elva) Trost, Greenwood, and Mrs. Robert (Julia) Schofield, Willard; and two grandchildren.
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