HULNE, Alois 1895-1977
HULNE, MARTIN, CONNELL
Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 10/11/2016 at 09:07:00
"Dutch" Hulne Died Sunday
Alois "Dutch" Hulne of Grundy Center died Sunday morning, January 9 at the Long Term Care Unit of the Grundy County Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 10:30 in the Sacred Heart Catholic church with Monsignor Maurice Mullan officiating.
Pallbearers were Dale Bee, William Groote, Warren Feller, Hollis Miller, Don Coleman and Robert Grimmius. Mrs. Harlan Klosterboer and Mrs. Amos Albright took care of the flowers.
Ushers were Virgil Abels and Albert Dekker. Burial was in the Sacred Heart cemetery at Grundy Center. Floyd Rouse, Harlan Klosterboer and Leonard Ralston provided cars for the family.
A parish rosary was recited at the Engelkes-Abels Funeral Home Tuesday evening.
"Dutch" was born in Alsace Lorraine, Germany, November 22, 1895, the son of Joseph and Julia Martin Hulne. The family came to America when he was 14 years old and settled in Sandwich, Illinois. Later the family moved to Minnesota. He became a barber and spent a year in Parkersburg before moving to Grundy Center in 1919. On October 19, 1922 he was united in marriage to Rose Connell in Grundy Center. He practiced barbering in Grundy Center over 50 years, and was also a real estate salesman.
Following the death of his wife on February 12, 1965, Dutch became a resident of Beverly Manor and on February 1, 1974 he moved to the Long Term Care Unit of the Grundy County Memorial Hospital.
He is survived by four children, three sons, Robert of Anoka, Minn., Joseph W. of Grundy Center, and Charles of Chicago, Ill. and one daughter, Mrs. Marvin (RoseMarie) Ralston of Grundy Center, also one brother, Eugene Hulne of Sandwich, Ill., 18 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by the parents, wife, four brothers and two sisters. A memorial fund has been established.
--The Grundy Register (Grundy Center, Iowa), 13 January 1977, pg 3
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