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Survivors include one sister: Shirly Perkins of Denver, Colorado; one brother: Eugene (Ramona) Welte of Davenport, Iowa; and several nephews and nieces. Preceding Rich in death were his parents; one brother: Robert G. and wife Rita Welte, one sister ... (Kalona News)
She then attended and graduated from Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa, and then Iliff School of Theology, Denver. Linda Jean served her entire career as an ordained minister for the United Methodist Church in Iowa, Texas and Alaska. She is survived by her ... (Quad-Cities Times)
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be left for the family. Lara was born February 5, 1962 in Muscatine, Iowa, a son of Denver and Wanda Willits Matthews. He graduated from Westmer High School, Joy, IL. Most of his life he worked as a mechanic and tow truck ... (Muscatine Journal)
Joanna McCreedy of Denver, Colorado. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; infant daughter Felicia; and three siblings, Vincent, Milburn and Evelyn Tate. http://lensingfuneral.com/obituaries/obituary-listings?obId=170527#/obituaryInfo (Iowacity Patch)
DENVER -- Tommie “Tom” Joe Brettmann, 72, of Denver, died Saturday, July 12, at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City. He was born March 29, 1942, in Waterloo, son of Clarence and Daphine Busch Brettmann. On Jan. 13, 1962, he married ... (Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier)
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