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She then took a supervisor position at Comprehensive Systems for four years, worked in home health for a few years and ended her working career as a Unit Clerk at Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa in Mason City. Donna was a past member of Immaculate ... (Globe Gazette)
On Dec. 7, 1946, she married Duward Dale "Sam" Willford at the Little Brown Church near Nashua, Iowa. They lived in Mason City, Iowa, about a year and then moved to Sioux City, where Sam began his career as a USDA meat inspector. In 1954, Muriel invited ... (Sioux City Journal)
Paul was a mason and also farmed and was a woodworker. He was a member of the First Mennonite Church in Iowa City and the Bricklayer's Union. Paul enjoyed creating woodworking projects for his family members, spending time with his grandchildren ... (Kalona News)
She was the daughter of the late Oscar and Emma Mason. She was united in marriage on Aug. 28 ... She is survived by a niece, Donna (Richard) Trolliet of Iowa City, Iowa; a nephew, Allen Pope of Edgerton; great-nieces, Stacie Hansen of Edgerton, and ... (Madison)
Neil will be deeply missed by his fianceé, Kim Coker, Davenport; children, Jacob Lister, Cedar Falls, Iowa, Joseph Lister, Mason City, Iowa, and Dane Lister, New Jersey; stepchildren, Clayton and Parker Coker, Davenport; his unborn son, Sawyer Neil David ... (Quad-Cities Times)
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