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MOHRING, Lisa Marie 1984-2005

MOHRING, CATCHPOOL

Posted By: County Coordinator
Date: 11/20/2008 at 10:49:23

#1:

Visitation:
Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Hauser Funeral Home
1205 South Main
Charles City, Iowa

Service:
Wednesday, October 19, 2005
First Congregational Church
502 North Jackson
Charles City, Iowa

Lisa Marie Mohring was born June 4, 1984, at Cedar Falls, the daughter of Bryan Mohring and Christine Catchpool. She graduated from the Nashua Plainfield High School in 2002. Lisa worked at Eastside Mini Mart in Charles City.

Survivors include Shane Wilharm of Clarksville, Lonny “Sam” and Glenda Wilharm of Clarksville, Chris Catchpool of Charles City, Jeff Koenigsfeld of Nashua, Jim and Della Jordan of Plainfield, Cleora Jordan of Frederika, Judy Catchpool of Nashua, Melvin and Faye Mohring of Plainfield, Stephen and Mary Koenigsfeld of Marble Rock, Tami Wilharm of Clarksville, Matt Mohring and Kayla Ryan of Charles City, Daniel and Emily Mohring of Charles City, Stephanie Koenigsfeld and Matt Dose of Ames, and Bryan and Dawn Mohring of Nashua.

They were preceded in death by Lisa’s maternal grandfather, Vernon Catchpool, and Addy’s paternal great grandparents, Dorlan and Regina Wilharm.

[Hauser Funeral Home obituary]
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#2:

Mother, Daughter Killed
in Charles City Fire

CHARLES CITY, IOWA - An unattended candle is to blame for an early morning house fire Saturday that killed a young mother and her daughter.

Charles City firefighters arrived at 502 17th Ave. just before 6:30 a.m. and found flames coming from the front of the house. They entered in the back, where they found the bodies of Lisa Mohring, 21, and her 1-year-old daughter, Addison Wilharm.

Autopsies will be performed in Mason City. An investigation by Charles City police and fire departments and the Iowa State Fire Marshal determined the fire was and accident. It originated in the house's living room.

The house sustained heavy fire and smoke damage throughout. A neighbor, who declined to share her name, said the house's windows were broken out and there appeared to be more smoke than flames.

[Mason City Globe Gazette, October 16, 2005]
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See obituary for daughter, Addison Wilharm.

Photo of Lisa from Globe Gazette.


 

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