[ Return to Index ] [ Read Prev Msg ] [ Read Next Msg ]

Fissel, Mrs. Peter (Bertha) 1861-1923

FISSEL, RADEMACHER, DINER, DIEDIKER, HECKENLIBLE, RYAN

Posted By: Janet Schuldt Schuldt (email)
Date: 5/14/2019 at 15:45:11

Le Mars Globe-Post, LeMars, Plymouth, Iowa Monday, February 26th, 1923 Page: 1

MRS. PETER FISSEL IS CALLED BY DEATH WAS BORN IN CLAYTON COUNTY, IOWA

DEATH CAME SUDDENLY DUE TO PARALYTIC STROKE AT HER SISTER'S HOM E

Mrs. Peter Fissel died at the home of her sister, Mrs. George Diediker of Leeds this morning. Death was due to a stroke of paralysis, which came very suddenly. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon from the St. John' s Evangelical church, Rev. P. C. Kehle officiating.

Mrs. Peter Fissel was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rademacher and was born Ma y 1, 1861, in Clayton county, Iowa. In 1866 her parents and she moved to Hungerford township, Plymouth county, Iowa. Here she grew to womanhood and received her schooling. In 1881 at the age of 20 she married P. T. Fissel. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fissel moved to a homestead in South Dakota. They spent five years on this homestead, then moved to Emery, S. D. where Mr. Fissel engaged in the hardware business for about twenty-five years, he then sold out his hardware business and came back to Plymouth county in 1911, where they have lived ever since.

She leaves to mourn her loss two sisters, Mrs. Adolph Diner of Emery, S. D., and Mrs. George Diediker of Leeds, Iowa; five brothers who are: Henry of Acton. Mont., Martin of Molt, Mont., and Walter Rademacher of Bowdle, S. D. She also has an adopted daughter, Mrs. Eva Ryan of Molt, Montana, and a grandson, Bertram Heckenlible of LeMars.

Mrs. Fissel was well known by friends and was an active woman in church and community work.


 

Plymouth Obituaries maintained by Linda Ziemann.
WebBBS 4.33 Genealogy Modification Package by WebJourneymen

[ Return to Index ] [ Read Prev Msg ] [ Read Next Msg ]