LUTTERMAN, Albert 1881-1945
Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 1/28/2015 at 20:05:25
Albert Lutterman Dies Suddenly
Albert Lutterman died suddenly at his home a half mile south of Wellsburg at 2:30 Tuesday morning from a heart ailment. His health had been failing the past two years. He felt as well as he had been the night before his death and he remained up some time to listen to the radio. He seemed to be in good spirits when he went to bed. The heart attack came on suddenly and he passed out very quickly.
Funeral services will be held at the home at one o'clock Friday afternoon and later at the Second Christian Reformed church in Wellsburg. The service will be conducted by Rev. John Rubingh. Burial will be in the cemetery adjoining the Reformed church.
Resided Here All His Life
Mr. Lutterman was born in Shiloh township and spent all of his life on a farm near Wellsburg. He was 64 years old on the 23rd of October. He was married on March 27, 1911, to Florence Riekena.
The couple started housekeeping on a farm three miles south of Wellsburg. The past 21 years they have been living on a farm a half mile south of town.
Surviving are the wife and two sons. The sons are Alvin, who is married and lives on a farm in Colfax township, and Lawrence, who three weeks ago returned from overseas and received his honorable discharge from the army.
Other members of his family are three brothers, Henry and Jurgen who reside here, and Eldridge Lutterman whose home is in Antioch, Ill. There are three sisters living. They are Mrs. Ben Hook and Tena Lutterman, of Wellsburg, and Mrs. Harry Schwager from Blue Earth, Minn.
--The Grundy Register (Grundy Center, Iowa), 6 September 1945, pg 9
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