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MEYER, Hannah 1904-1941

MEYER, LUPPEN

Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 10/21/2010 at 09:26:46

Mrs. Harm H. Meyer Called By Death Early Wednesday Morning

Passes Away Suddenly At Her Farm Home About Two Miles East Of Wellsburg

Was Only 35 Years Of Age

Had Lived All Her Life In This Vicinity And Has A Host Of Friends To Mourn Her Death

Mrs. Harm H. Meyer, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hemmo Luppen passed away at her home two miles east of Wellsburg about 1:30 o'clock this (Wednesday) morning, very suddenly, a brain hemorrhage being given as the cause of her death.

Mrs. Meyer was thirty-five years of age at the time of her death, and leaves behind her to mourn her passing, her husband, and two sons, Harvin and Larry, her parents and a brother Fred Luppen, as well as a great circle of relatives and friends who will sincerely mourn the untimely passing of a good and true friend, a woman whose place in the community will be difficult to fill.

She spent all of her life in this community, having been born and grown to womanhood southwest of Wellsburg and graduated from the local high school with the class of 1923. Her untimely end is made more tragic by the fact that she suffered no illness that might have heralded the end and prepared those left behind for the shock of her passing.

Funeral services will be held Friday at the home at 12:00 o'clock and later at the Wellsburg Reformed church.

--The Wellsburg Herald (Wellsburg, Iowa), 12 February 1941, pg 1

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Young Wellsburg Woman Dies From Sudden Stroke

Mrs. Harm H. Meyer, residing two miles east of Wellsburg, died at 1:20 Wednesday morning from the effects of a stroke which she suffered at four o'clock Tuesday afternoon. She was 36 years old.

As her husband came in for tea Tuesday afternoon she told him she was not feeling well. A few moments later she collapsed as she sat on a chair. Dr. Ford from Wellsburg was summoned at once and a little later Dr. Mol was called. Later in the evening Dr. Smith from Waterloo was called in consultation. Mrs. Meyer didn't regain consciousness from the time she was stricken until the end came. Her sudden death has been a shock to the community in the vicinity of Wellsburg where she spent all of her life.

Mrs. Meyer's maiden name was Hannah Luppen. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hemmo Luppen, residing three miles southwest of Wellsburg. Prior to her marriage she was employed in the Wellsburg Savings Bank for several years.

She graduated from the Wellsburg high school in 1924. She was married to Harm Meyer February 14, 1936.

Surviving are the husband, two sons, 3 and 5 years old, her father and mother, and one brother, Fred.

Funeral services will be held at the home at twelve o'clock Friday and later at the Reformed church at Wellsburg.

--The Grundy Register (Grundy Center, Iowa), 13 February 1941, pg 1

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Many Attend The Last Rites For Mrs. Harm H. Meyer Friday, Feb. 14

Services Were Conducted By Rev. Wm. Landsiedel, At Wellsburg Reformed Church

Had Passed Away Suddenly

Death Came To Her Early Wednesday Morning After An Illness Of Only A Few Hours

Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the home and at the Wellsburg Reformed Church for the remains of Mrs. Harm H. Meyer, who passed away early Wednesday morning after a final illness of less than twelve hours, a stroke of apoplexy, being given as the cause of death.

A great number of relatives and friends gathered together to pay their last respects to the deceased, the body filling the church completely and testifying to the great regard in which she was held in this community where she had spent her entire life, being a friend to all with whom she came in contact.

Funeral services were conducted by the pastor of the church, the Rev. Wm. Landsiedel, assisted by the Rev. L. F. Voskuil pastor of the First Christian Reformed church. Burial was made in the cemetery beside the church and the casket was carried to its final resting place by six neighbors: Anton Venenga, Herman Stahl, John Ohling, Eilert W. Knock, Ben Wiltfang and Richard Neessen.

Hannah Meyer, nee Luppen, was born in Shiloh township, June 10, 1904. She was joined in holy wedlock with Harm Meyer on February 14, 1935, making their home together on a farm in Colfax township, two miles east of Wellsburg. Their happy union was blessed with two children. At the time of her death, at 1:20 a.m., Wednesday, she had reached the age of thirty-six years, eight months and two days.

As she was one of those who loved the house of God and regularly attended our church services, where her place will be vacant from now on, we hope the Lord may through faith have bestowed unto her the conviction of salvation by grace to enjoy the peaceful heavenly mansions now.

Beside the sorrowing husband, her two children, Harvin and Larry, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hemmo Luppen and also one brother, Fred Luppen, mourn her untimely loss. A large host of other relatives and friends are mindful of her sudden departure and will preserve for her a kind and loving memory. May the God of all comfort be their refuge and strength in their sorrow and bereavement.

--The Wellsburg Herald (Wellsburg, Iowa), 19 February 1941, pg 1


 

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