Obit: Galetka Terri
Ann (1961 - 1980)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Galetka, Short, Grade, Bollom, Elmhorst, Luedtke, Miller, Curler, Smith, Gill, Fellenz, Harrison, Braun, Brooks, Martin, Roth, Fleischmann, Swan, Hartline, O’Conner, Zawistowski, Gill, Schell, Schlewitz, Coulthard, Henseler
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/05/1980
Galetka, Terri Ann (26 July 1961 - 25 May 1980)
Funeral services were held the late morning of Wednesday, May 28, for Terri Ann Galetka, 15, from St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Neillsville. The Rev. Joseph Henseler officiated with burial made in the parish cemetery. Terry, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Galetka, Sr. of Rt. 5 Neillsville, was a May 25 traffic fatality.
St. Mary’s Choir offered music, accompanied by Mrs. Glenn Short, for the rites. Serving as the pallbearers were Doug Grade, Mike Bollom, Jon Elmhorst, Jim and John Luedtke and Craig Miller.
Attending the services from out-of-town were Mrs. Tom Curler, Bruce; Mr./Mrs. Gerald Smith, Omro; Robert Gill and Jane Fellenz, of Wausaukee; Mr./Mrs. Charles Harrison, John Harrison and Mrs. August Braun, of Porterfield; Mr./Mrs. Steve Galetka & Diane and Mrs. Phillip Galetka, of Glen Flora.
Joining then were Mr./Mrs. Harry Brooks, Mrs. Randy Martin and Mr./Mrs. Kenneth Roth, Ladysmith; Mr./Mrs. Ervin Fleischmann & family, Chicago, Ill.; Mr./Mrs. Robert Fleischmann & David, Lake Geneva; Mr./Mrs. Gary Fleischmann and Edwin Fleischmann, of Waukesha; Mrs. Donald Swan and Mr./Mrs. Clifford Fleischmann, of Mukwonago; Martha Hartline, Waterford; Mr./Mrs. Ed O’Conner, Elkhorn; and Mrs. Ed. Zawistowski, Sheldon.
Completing the visiting group were Harley Gill and Mr./Mrs. Brian Schell & Family, of Madison; Mr./Mrs. Gary Schlewitz, Eau Claire; Mr./Mrs. Charles Galetka, Jr. Mr/Mrs. Dennis Fleischmann and Mr./Mrs. Grant Coulthard, of Granton.
The Gesche Funeral Home of Neillsville was in charge of arrangements.
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