MUDDERMAN, Aberhart 1911-1959
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Date: 5/2/2016 at 08:23:40
Aberh't Mudderman Succumbs Saturday To Long Illness
Funeral services for Aberhart Mudderman, who died at his home Saturday, were held at the East Friesland Presbyterian Church Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Mudderman had been in failing health since March of this year when he had a serious illness. Following surgery he was able to be out again and farm to a limited extent. Several weeks ago his condition became worse and he passed away quietly early Saturday morning.
The Rev. C. F. Siemsen officiated at the services at the church and at the prayer services at the Fritz Funeral Home preceding the funeral. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Aberhart Mudderman was born February 20, 1911, in Hardin County and grew to young manhood on the family farm. On January 28, 1937 he and Lucy Aswegan were married, and they have since lived in this vicinity, for the past 20 years on a farm near Cleves.
He was a faithful member of the East Friesland Church.
Surviving him are his widow; four children, Arlene, Melvin, Verna and Delores, all at home.
He is also survived by three sisters, Tena (Mrs. Ben Schipper), Parkersburg, Stena (Mrs. Will Aswegan), Grundy Center, Gertie (Mrs. Rudolph Sents), Aplington, and one brother, Gratus, of Aplington.
Preceding him in death were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mudderman and one brother, Everett, who died in September, 1944.
--Ackley World-Journal (Ackley, Iowa), 13 August 1959, pg 1
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