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BACH, Alice Anna (Burgart) 1903-1945

BACH, BURGART

Posted By: County Coordinator
Date: 3/1/2013 at 16:24:31

MRS. FRANK BACH FUNERAL FRIDAY

Services to Be Held at Catholic Church

Charles City, Iowa Funeral services in charge of Grossman's will be held Friday morning at 9 o'clock in the Immaculate Conception Catholic church, for Mrs. Alice Anna Bach, 42, who died at the Cedar Valley Hospital Tuesday, where she had been a patient for more than a month. The Rev. Father T. J. Rooney, pastor, will officiate and interment will be made in Calvary cemetery. Mrs.
Bach's remains were taken to her late home, 1200 South Main Street, late Wednesday afternoon and the Rosary society will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 at the home to recite the Rosary.

Alice Anna Bach was born March 1, 1903, to John and Pauline Burgart, in New Hampton, one of 11 children. She attended school at North at the Immaculate Conception Academy. In her early days she clerked in a store at Alta Vista for more than 5 years.

On September 22, 1927, she was married to Frank Bach and to this union three children were born.

Mrs. Bach is survived by her husband, Frank, three children: Thomas, 16; Darlene, 13, and Merlyn, 12, also one brother, Walter Burgart, New Hampton, as well as her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Burgart, and 10 sisters: Mrs. Joe Denner, Mrs. Joe Smith, Mrs. Carl Kobliska, Mrs. Al Bach and Miss Ramona Burgart, all of New Hampton; Mrs. Ed Solik, Mrs. Ed Hosek, of Protivin; Mrs. Leo Hentges, Ganby, Minn., and Mrs. Leo Streff, St. Leo, Minn.

[Mason City Globe-Gazette, Thursday, April 26, 1945, Mason City, Iowa]

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