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Minnie (Mohr) Hein Stoterau (1873-1950)


Posted By: jane austin (email)
Date: 10/16/2017 at 06:27:53


Minnie Mohr, oldest daughter of John and Lena Mohr, was born on May 1, 1873, near Davenport, Iowa, and died at Hartley on December 8, 1950, at the age of 77 years, seven months and seven days.

On January 23, 1892, she was married to Charles Hein of Davenport, Iowa. For five years, they lived on a farm near there. Then they moved to a farm near Hartley, where they lived until March 1919 when they moved to the town of Hartley. Two sons were born to this union.

Mr. Hein preceded his wife in death on October 24, 1931. On August 5, 1938, Mrs. Hein married Otto Stoterau of Hartley, who died on January 11, 1942.

She came to make her home with her son, Hugo, and her daughter-in-law, Velma, on November 8, 1949, where she was cared for until her death, which was caused by a stroke. One granddaughter, Leola Hein, preceded her in death on April 29, 1938.

The immediate surviving relatives are her two sons, Hugo and Rudolph Hein, both of Hartley; her five grandchildren, Mrs. Ray Storing of Fairmont, Minnesota, Clarence, Orlin, Marlys, and Theresa Hein all of Hartley; and and great-grandchild, Craig Charles Hein, and one brother, Henry Mohr of Davenport, Iowa.

In her infancy, she was consecrated to God in baptism at Maysyille, Iowa. Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at 1:00 at Foley's Funeral Home and 2:00 at the Methodist Church by the Reverend Raymond A. Roloff. A quartet composed of Red Wagner, Mrs. Everett Selken, Mrs. Francis Glackin, and Wayne Muhs sang, "Going Down the Valley", "In the Garden ", and "Where He Leads Me" accompanied by Mrs. Harrison Pike who also played other appropriate music. Interment was made in the Hartley cemetery.

Hartley (Iowa) Sentinel, Dec 14, 1950, p3


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