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LINDAMAN, Jake H. 1892-1976


Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 4/24/2014 at 14:47:15

Rites Monday For Jake H. Lindaman

Jake H. Lindaman passed away Thursday evening, April 15, 1976, at the Long Term Care Unit of the Grundy County Memorial Hospital in Grundy Center due to complications of advanced age. He had been confined there since July of 1975. He reached the age of 84 years, 1 month and 28 days.

Funeral services were held Monday, April 19 at 1:30 p.m. in the Wellsburg Reformed church. Rev. Gideon Wolbrink officiated. Mrs. Edwin Behrends and Miss Luella Beving sang "Going Down The Valley" and "Nearer My God To Thee." Marcella Neessen was organist.

Casket bearers were Raymond Rieken, Jakie G. Lindaman, Alvin Lindaman, Marlyn Peters, Leslie Groeneveld and Allen Spieker. Mrs. Don Siefken and Mrs. Ordean Starr were floral attendants. Interment was in the Shiloh cemetery, Wellsburg.

Arrangements were made by the Doyen Funeral Home.

He was born on a farm in German township, northwest of Wellsburg on February 17, 1892, the son of Henricus and Talea (Schutjer) Lindaman. He attended the rural school in the area. On March 31, 1920, he was united in marriage to Amelia E. Rixman by Rev. H. Rixman, the father of Mrs. Lindaman, at Hartley, Iowa. Following their marriage they resided on a farm in German township, rural Wellsburg. To this union were born three children. They continued living on the same farm until they retired in 1956 and moved to Wellsburg.

Mr. Lindaman was a veteran of World War I, having served overseas for 12 months and was a charter member of the American Legion, Ashing-Jaspers Post 213 of Wellsburg.

As a youth he became a member of St. Peters Evangelical and Reformed Church north of Wellsburg. On January 3, 1961, he was received into the Wellsburg Reformed Church by letter of transfer of membership.

Preceding him in death were: his parents; his wife, Amelia, who passed away on January 6, 1975; his son, Wallace, who was killed in action in 1945 in Germany during World War II; one infant brother, Seide; 4 brothers, Ben, George, John and William; and 3 sisters, Mrs. Robert Niebrugge (Fannie), Mrs. Jerry Spieker (Ella), Mrs. Dick Rieken (Martha).

He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Stan (Betty) Kakacek of Hampton, Mrs. Brice (Irene) Bessman of Wellsburg; two son-in-laws, Stan Kakacek and Brice Bessman; 5 grandchildren; 1 great-grandson; 3 sisters, Mrs. Tillie Groeneveld of Eldora, Mrs. Reka Nelson of Seattle, Washington, Mrs. Hannah Peters of Grundy Center; and many other relatives and friends.

--The Grundy Register/Wellsburg Herald (Grundy Center, Iowa), 22 April 1976, section 2, pg 1


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