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DYERSVILLE, Iowa -- Deborah L. Tegeler, 57, of Dyersville, Iowa, died Tuesday evening, December 16, 2014, at Mercy Medical Center, Dyersville, Iowa. (Telegraph Herald)
He was preceded in death by his parents; and his beloved brother, Ronald Kelly. Kramer Funeral Home in Dyersville, Iowa, is assisting the family. (Daily Union)
Lansing, 86, of Dyersville, Iowa, died Friday, Aug. 22 ... Eric Klein and Fred Deutmeyer. Kramer Funeral Home in Dyersville was in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to St. Francis Xavier Basilica. Ruth was born Dec ... (carrollspaper.com)
Dale was called to his eternal rest on Sunday morning, Nov. 23, 2014, at Valley Vue Care Center in Armstrong, Iowa who lovingly cared for him. Visitation will be from 10-10:45 a.m. Friday at the Kramer Family Funeral Home in Welcome, Minn. Messages of ... (Fairmont Sentinel)
Kathleen Belle Blaser Wiste was born on March 15, 1921, in Meyer, Iowa, the sixth of ten children born to John ... her sisters and brothers-in-law: Armella and Ray Kramer, Irene and Gregory Jax; her brothers and sisters-in-law: Richard and Viola Blaser ... (Austin Daily Herald)
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