Obit: Zahnow, Walter
O. (? - 1980)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Zahnow, Heineck, Seybold, Smith, Appleyard, Langton, Handt, Stevens, Olson, Schlinsog, Brooks, Heimke, Hubbell, Lamon, Jaers, Brucker, Macbeichel, Johnson, Roehl, Kauffman, Bezlyk, Murphy, Elmhorst, Harlin, Garbisch, Osburn, Canfield, Ploman, Faber, Forde
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/26/1980
Zahnow, Walter O.(? – 15 June 1980)
Funeral services were held June 17 at 8:00 p.m. for Walter Zahnow, who passed away two days earlier at the age of 86. Services were held at Calvary Lutheran Church in Neillsville with the Rev. Paul Forde officiating and burial was made in Wanderer’s Rest Cemetery in Milwaukee on June 18.
“How Great Thou Art,” “Master Let Me Walk With Thee” and “Abide With Me” were the musical selections offered by the quartet of Mary Heineck, Karen Forde, Ron Seybold and Kendall Smith. They were accompanied by Elaine Smith. Serving as pallbearers were Melvin Appleyard, John Langton, Everett Handt, Ross Stevens, Kenneth Olson and Emil Schlinsog.
Attending the funeral from out of town were Mr./Mrs. Bill Brooks, Largo, Fla.; Mr./Mrs. Harland Heimke and Judi, Hubbell, Mich.; Cindy Heimke, Hancock, Mich.; Gerald Heimke and Mrs. Art. Lamon, Elmwood; Esther and Ruth Jaers, Milwaukee; Mr./Mrs. August Brucker and Trudy Macbeichel, Phillips; Mr./Mrs. Ross Stevens, Spencer; Mr./Mrs. Edward Johnson, Marshfield; Mrs. Leo Roehl, Mrs. Everett Kauffman, Mr./Mrs/ Tony Bezlyk & family, of Chili; Susan Murphy, Loyal; Mr./Mrs. Frederick Elmhorst, Mr. /.Mrs. Carl Harlin, Milton Garbisch, Mr./Mrs. Harold Schlinsog, Mr./Mrs. Steve Schlinsog & family, Rick Osburn, Everett Handt Norman Schlinsog, Mr./Mrs. Edward Garbisch, Mr./Mrs. Bob Canfield, Mrs. Ed Ploman and Mrs. Norman Faber, all of the Granton area.
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