BANHOLZER, Barney F. 1889-1946
BANHOLZER, KALM, KELM, FLINGFUS, DELAGARDELLE, SHULER, SMITH, STOAKES
Posted By: S. Bell
Date: 10/4/2013 at 23:22:17
[Waterloo Daily Courier, Monday, August 26, 1946]
Funeral services for Barney F. Banholzer, 56, Route 6, Waterloo, who died of carcinoma at 6 a.m. Sunday at his home, will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Parrott & Wood Funeral Home, with Rev. Edward Gabel of Trinity Lutheran Church officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood.
Born Sept. 25, 1889, in Chicago, the son of John and Julia Banholzer, he married Cora Kelm* [Kalm] on July 29, 1910, at Independence, Iowa. They farmed at Oelwein and Oran, Ia., before coming to Waterloo in 1914. Here he was employed as an inspector at the Rath Packing Co. until his retirement in 1942, because of poor health.
He is survived by one son, Henry, at home; three daughters, Mrs. Otto Flingfus, Austin, Minn., Mrs. G. L. Delagardelle, 3571 Grand Boulevard, Home Acres, and Mrs. Roger Shuler, 210 Concrete Avenue; two half-sisters, Mrs. Fred Stoakes, Traer, Ia., and Mrs. Berkley Smith, 430 Prospect Boulevard; one half brother, Carl Fable, 744 Kern Street, and eight grandchildren.
His wife preceded him in death in April 1942.
*name believed to be Kalm
Black Hawk Obituaries maintained by Kermit Kittleson.
WebBBS 4.33 Genealogy Modification Package by WebJourneymen