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Elizabeth Mae (Stuhr) Wegner 1885-1978


Posted By: Sharon K Hesebeck (email)
Date: 2/15/2023 at 15:29:23

Services for Mrs. Elizabeth Mae Wegner, 92, of Everly were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Warner Chapel. Pastor Roger Hanson officiated, and burial was in the Lone Tree Cemetery at Everly.
Mrs. Wegner died February 24 at the St. Luke Lutheran Home
Bearers were Walter Goeken, Tom Goeken, Bob Cuttell, Wilbert Roggenburg, Cliff Roggenburg and Dick Thiessen
Mrs. Wegner was born Mary 5, 1885 at Gladbrook, the daughter of John and Maria Stuhr. Her family moved to Clay County in 1887 and she attended schools there, graduating in 1903. she attended college at Cedar Falls and taught in public schools at Inwood and Rock Rapids for 13 years. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith in Everly in 1910
She married George Tiel on September 21. 1912 and he died April 27, 1913. During her years at Everly she was a Sunday School Teacher and Superintendent, a past worthy matron of the Lone Tree Chapter of order of Eastern Star and served as chair of the Everly Library board for many years.
She married Robert John Wegner on August 14, 1918 at Everly. He died December 31, 1973
She was a 50-year member of the Order of Eastern Star, President of the Lutheran Aid Society, Women's Club member since 1918 and served as county chair of the Federated Women's Club
Survivors include one son, Charles of Appleton, Wisconsin: five grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husbands; two sisters, Dora Brugman and Annie Kloppenberg; three brothers, John, William and George Stuhr
The Warner Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Spencer Daily Reporter, Spencer, Clay County, Iowa, February 27, 1978
Northwest Morning Herald, Spencer, Clay County, Iowa, March 3-5, 1978


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