Jurgenson, Norman Donald 1924-1963
JURGENSON, BRUNKEN, GROSENHEIDER, HARTMAN, BAAACK, EICHACKER, JOHNSON, JURGENSEN
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Date: 6/27/2017 at 15:11:21
LeMars Daily Sentinel, LeMars, Plymouth, Iowa Thursday, March 21, 1963 Page 4D
NORMAN JURGENSON FUNERAL RITES SET FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Funeral services for Norman Jurgenson, 38, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at St. John American Lutheran church, Craig, with Rev. Ervin Schemmel officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery under direction of Mauer's funeral home.
Mr. Jurgenson was found dead Tuesday in the basement of his home at Struble where he had resided the last 10 years. Plymouth county medical examiner Dr. Sherman Lindoll ruled the death a suicide with a rifle.
Norman Jurgenson was born March 30, 1924, in Preston township. When he was six his family moved to Union county, S.D., where he lived until entering the military service in 1944. He had made his home in Plymouth county after leaving the armed forces.
His marriage to Ruth K. Brunken took place Feb. 16, 1947, at Christ Lutheran church in Grant township. He was employed at the Moore Lumber Co. here and was a member of the St. John Lutheran church, Craig, and Wasmer post, American Legion.
Surviving are his wife Ruth; five children, David, Roger Patricia, Barry and Maria, all at home in Struble; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Jurgenson of Akron; a brother, Robert Jurgenson of Sioux City, and five sisters, Mrs. Fred (Bernice) Grosenheider of Ireton, Mrs. William (Leona) Hartman of Richmond, Calif., Mrs. Donald (Lavonne) Baack of LeMars, Mrs. Lloyd (Marlene) Eichacker of Wheatridge, Colo., and Mrs. William (Shirley) Johnson of Sioux,City.
Plymouth Obituaries maintained by Linda Ziemann.
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