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BLUHM, Jeanine (Dickhoff) 1937-1965


Date: 12/28/2013 at 19:14:27


CHARLES CITY, IOWA - Funeral services have been set for three Floyd County persons killed in three separate accidents over the weekend. They are:

Mrs. James Bluhm, 28, of rural Charles City, killed in a one car accident northwest of Charles City early Saturday.

Herbert I. Shook, 33, of rural Marble Rock, killed in a two-car collision northwest of Charles City early Saturday.

Mrs. Floyd J. Snavely, 50 of Charles City, killed in a two car crash west of Hampton Friday evening.

Three other persons were still listed as "critical" Monday at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, as a result of the accident which killed Mrs. Snavely. They are her husband Floyd 51, driver of one of the cars; Mrs. Elmer Baldwin of Charles City, passenger in the Snavely car, and Thomas J. Kerney, 52, of Medford, Oregon, with whose car the Snavely vehicle collided.

Reported in "fair" condition Monday at the Charles City hospital were Mrs. Shook and the husbands of Mrs. Bluhm and Mrs. Baldwin.

Services for Mrs. Snavely will be 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Bethel Baptist Church, Marble Rock. Burial will be in Westside Cemetery there.

Surviving are her husband, Floyd; two daughters, Mrs. Jim Walters, Charles City; Janet, at home; three sons: Donald Salsbury, Burlington; Early Salsbury, Vancouver, Wash.; Garry Salsbury, with the Army at Olathe, Kansas; step-children: Mrs. Stanley Feltz, Charles City; Harven Snavely, Mr. Pleasant; James Snavely with the Marines in Scotland; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ackley, Marble Rock; three brothers: Arthur Ackley, New Hampton; Roger, Marble Rock; and Kenneth Ackley, East Dubuque, Illinois; five sisters: Mrs. Calus Hayungs, Garner; Mrs. Lester Hurd, Greene; Mrs. Harold Marion, Moline, Illinois; Mrs. Wayne Meek, Greene; Mrs. Richard Woods, Des Moines.

Grossmann-Hauge Funeral Home, Charles City, is in charge.

Services for Mrs. Bluhm will be 9 a.m. Tuesday at Immaculate Conception Church, Charles City. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery, Charles City.

Surviving are her husband, James; a daughter, Kim, 8; two sons, Tim, 5, and James, 1; her mother, Mrs. Donald Dickhoff, Charles City; a sister, Mrs. Don Herman, Waterloo; three brothers: William, Des Moines, Charles, Charles City and David in the Navy.

Hauser Funeral Home, Charles City, in charge.

Services for Mr. Shook were to be Monday afternoon at the Reid Funeral Chapel, Greene. Burial to be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Roseville.

Surviving are his widow; six children at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shook Marble Rock; three brothers: Donald, Jacinto, Calif.; Harlan, Las Cruces, New Mexico, and Kenneth of Marble Rock; one sister, Mrs. Alvina Chambers, Charlotte, N. C.

Source: Waterloo Daily Courier, Monday, November 22, 1965, Waterloo, Iowa.
According to Findagrave, her name is:
Jeannine Dickhoff Bluhm

Birth: 1937
Death: 1965

Mother of Kim, Tim, and James, Jr.
Wife of James J. Bluhm (who is buried beside her).

Donald F. Dickhoff (1909-1959)
Ruth M Dickhoff (1912-2008)

James J. Bluhm (1934-1976)

Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Charles City, Floyd County, Iowa.

See Findagrave Memorial for Picture of Tombstone

Floyd Obituaries maintained by Kermit Kittleson.
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