ANDREESSEN, Marlyn 1936-1989
ANDREESSEN, EILERS, HENZE
Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 1/5/2016 at 21:47:45
M. Andreessen Services Held
Marlyn "Pete" Andreessen, 52, of Stout, passed away Friday, November 10, at his home in Stout.
Funeral services were held at the Reformed Church of Stout on Tuesday, November 14, at 10:30 a.m. with Pastor Don Ringnalda officiating.
Mrs. Judy Ringnalda sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and "How Great Thou Art." She was accompanied by Mrs. Elaine Schnell, who also played selected numbers for the prelude and postlude.
Casket bearers were Bud Henze, Steve Henze, Ed Lund, Larry Welsh, Art Henze and Robert Andreessen.
Harm Meyer and Edwin Dreesman were the ushers. Gloria Henze and Marilee Henze were in charge of the floral arrangements.
Interment was in the Stout Cemetery, with military rites conducted by Dike American Legion Post #471.
Marlyn Ray Andreessen, the son of Harlan and Kathryn Eilers Andreessen, was born December 26, 1936, in Grundy Center. Pete grew up and was educated in the Stout area.
On June 12, 1959, he was united in marriage to Theone Henze at Salem Lutheran Church, rural Parkersburg. He served in the U.S. Army for two years. He worked as a trucker with his father in the livestock trading business for over 20 years, and then was employed by Viking Pump of Cedar Falls for 15 years.
Pete was preceded in death by his father and two brothers.
He is survived by his wife, Theone, of Stout; his mother, Kathryn Andreessen, Parkersburg; five children, Theresa Andreessen, Dike, Robert Andreessen, Clarksville; Mrs. Mare (Peggy) Kramer, Cedar Falls, Deb Andreessen, Dike, and Cheryl Andreessen, of Cedar Falls; one brother, Larry Andreessen, Austin, MN; and two sisters, Jean Meewes, Satellite Beach, FL, and LuAnn Andreessen, of Cedar Falls.
The Engelkes-Abels Funeral Home in Grundy Center was in charge of the funeral arrangements.
--The Grundy Register (Grundy Center, Iowa), 16 November 1989, pg 10
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