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Mallory, Dean Samuel died 1977

MALLORY, EVERY, HOLTHAUS

Posted By: Judy Holthaus (email)
Date: 10/24/2007 at 15:21:00

Dean S. Mallory Passes February 22, 1977

Services for Dean S. Mallory, 85 were held on Thursday, February 24, 1977 at 1:30 at the First United Methodist Church in Colesburg. Joint Church and Masonic services were conducted with Rev. Sam Irvin and Brother Virgil Wessel officiating. The Appleton Funeral Home of Edgewood, Ia. was in charge of arrangement, with burial in the Brown cemetery. Casket bearers were Louis Hartbeck, Lloyd Rentschler, Russell Schenke, Gordon Anderegg, Glen Anderegg, and Larry Holthaus.

He was born in Mallory township, Clayton County, Iowa and passed away at his home on Tuesday morning, suffering a sudden heart attack.
On October 18, 1911 He was united in marriage with Edna Every. Their entire life was spent farming on the original Mallory family farm.
He was a 65 year member of Constellation Lodge #67 A.F. and A.M. of Colesburg, Iowa. He was also a member of Minnehaha Chapter #344 O.E.S., York and Scottish Rite, and El Kahir Shrine of Cedar Rapids, Ia. He was a member of the Colesburg Methodist church.

He is survived by his wife, Edna, his son Clark Allen "Bob" (Elsie) Mallory of Garber, two grandchildren Bruce (Judi) Mallory of Marion, Iowa, and Judith (Jim) Holthaus of Solon, Iowa and six great-grandchildren.

Dean's life long hobby was recording the genealogy of his family, and other families who lived in Clayton, and Delaware County, Iowa. A copy of his large collection is in the Elkader, Iowa Public Library.

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Added by S. Ferrall, 12/03/2017:

Garber, Iowa - Dean S. Mallory, 85, of rural Garber died Tuesday morning at home.

Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the First Methodist Church at Colesburg, Iowa, with burial in the Brown Cemetery, near Colesburg. Friends may call at the Appleton Funeral Home in Edgewood, Iowa.

Mr. Mallory, a farmer, was born near Garber.

Surviving are his wife, Edna; a son, Bob, of rural Garber, and two grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

~Dubuque Telegraph-Herald, February 23, 1977

The photo of Mr. Mallory appeared with an article about his family research in the Dubuque Telegraph-Herald, October 28, 1974.


 

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