LINDAMAN, John H. 1886-1957
Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 11/18/2010 at 17:29:01
John H. Lindaman Dies Suddenly of A Heart Attack
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 1 p.m. at the home and later at the Second Christian Reformed church for John H. Lindaman.
Rev. Carl Toeset officiated at the services. Music was furnished by a men's quartet composed of Henry W. Ross, Henry Kannegieter, Donald Ross and Herman Koch, accompanied by Mrs. Ray Toomsen. Mrs. Clarence Beecroft was organist. Flower attendants were Mrs. Harley R. Freese and Mrs. George Sietsema Jr.
Pall bearers were Harley B. Lindaman, Woodrow Lindman, Raymond Rieken, Paul C. Primus, Marlyn W. Peters and Allen W. Spieker. Interment was made in the Shiloh Cemetery at Wellsburg.
John H. Lindaman died at 6:15 Saturday evening at his home of a heart attack. The Lindamans had been to Reinbeck to visit in the home of their son Arnold and had only shortly returned when Mr. Lindaman was stricken.
A year and a half ago he had suffered a stroke and was confined to the Grundy Memorial hospital for a time. He had never fully recovered, however, he was able to be up and around most of the time.
Mr. Lindaman was born Oct. 23, 1886, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henricus Lindaman in Grundy county, German township. He married Lillie Louise Fricken, on January 24, 1918 in Grundy Center by the Rev. Robert Niebrugge at the home of Mrs. Lindaman's parents, the C. Frickens.
In 1937 they moved from the farm to town where Mr. Lindaman continued to farm for a number of years.
The deceased was a member of the 2nd Christian Reformed church. He served for many years as elder and deacon. He was also a solicitor for various organizations of the church. He was a very faithful and active member of the church.
He was a member of the St. Peter's Evangelical and Reformed Church and later transferred to the Second Christian Reformed Church of Wellsburg.
The Lindamans celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary on Jan. 24, 1953 at the Second Christian Reformed Church.
Survivors are his wife, three children: Isabel, (Mrs. Edward Ammann) of Wellsburg; Arnold, of Reinbeck; Frances (Mrs. Ivan Slifer) of Wellsburg and eight grandchildren.
Preceding him in death were his parents, one sister, Fannie, (Mrs. Robert Niebrugge in 1918) and a brother in infancy.
Brothers and sisters who survive are Ben H. Lindaman, George Lindaman, Mrs. Martha Rieken, Mrs. Ella Spieker, Jake H. Lindaman, all of Wellsburg; Mrs. John Groeneveld of Steamboat Rock, Mrs. Hannah Peters of Grundy Center, William H. Lindaman of Wellsburg and Mrs. Reka Nelson of Seattle, Washington.
--The Grundy Register (Grundy Center, Iowa), 6 June 1957, section 3, pg 2
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