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He survives of the home ... her brothers, Glen Rush and his wife, Ellen, of Skiatook, Oklahoma, Ed Rush of Branson, Missouri, and Steven Rush and his wife, Carla, of Erie; and her sisters, Donna Morrison and her husband, Gary, of New Berlin, Wisconsin ... (Parsons Sun)
12, 2014, at Guest Home Estates in Erie. She had been in failing health ... Donna Morrison and her husband, Gary, of New Berlin, Wisconsin, Mary Grady and her husband, Archie, of Erie and Anita Rush-Green and her husband, Larry, of rural Erie; many ... (Parsons Sun)
Survivors include his wife, Ruth of Battle Lake; children, Sarah (Noël) Tadè of Windom, Minnesota, Miriam (Alfred) Ofori of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Soren (Bonnie) Flessen of Batavia, Illinois, and Kristen (Brian) Larsen ... p.m. at the funeral home. (Fergus Falls Daily Journal)
his brother, John W. Leonard Jr.; his half-brothers, Robert and Rodney Shank; and his foster mother, Ann Mick. Calling hours will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at Dakin Funeral Home, 17 N. Main St., New Berlin, New York. A funeral service ... (Pocono Record)
After completing Lincoln County Normal School, he stayed home to help his mother on the farm. In 1967, he went to work for ASCS in Antigo, WI. In 1980 ... Robert (MaryAnn) Ollhoff, New Berlin, Richard (Betty) Ollhoff, Tomahawk, William (Jane) Ollhoff ... (merrillfotonews.com)
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