Wieersch, Frank 1884-1960
WIEBERSCH, POTTAS, HICKMAN, WILLIAMS, CALLFAS, LAPAUP, YOUNG, FRANK, KIRSCH
Posted By: Janet M. Schuldt (email)
Date: 9/11/2021 at 11:02:40
Le Mars Daily Sentinel, Le Mars, Plymouth, Iowa Thursday, February 4, 1960 Page 1
FRANK WIEBERSCH — FOUND DEAD WEDNESDAY AT SIOUX CITY HOTEL
Funeral Service Set — Here Friday Morning
Prank M. Wiebersch 75, a Le Mars and Remsen resident until moving to Sioux City 15 years ago, was found dead Wednesday noon in his room at the Rutland Hotel, Sioux City.
The body was found by a hotel clerk. Woodbury county coroner Dr. Thomas L. Coriden said Mr. Wiebersch had not been seen since Monday. Death was due to natural causes, the coroner reported. Mr. Wiebersch had been suffering from a kidney ailment.
Funeral services will be at 9 a.m. Friday at St. James Catholic church here, with Rev. L. J. LaVelle officiating. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery. The rosary will be_ recited at the Wiltgen-Luedtke funeral home tonight at 9 o'clock.
Mr. Wiebersch was born July 1, 1884, at Waterloo. He had done carpenter work in Remsen and Le Mars before moving to Sioux City. He was married in 1906 to Dana Pottas in Remsen.
Surviving is four daughters, Mrs. George (Catherine) Hickman of Mankato, Minn., Mrs. Bill (Elizabeth) Williams and Mrs. Nels (Magdalene) Callfas, both of Le Mars, and Mrs. Louis (Johanna) LaPaup of Yuma, Ariz. and two sons, Cletus and Fred, both of Le Mars.
Also surviving are 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two brothers, Ted of Le Mars and John of Detroit Lakes, Minn., and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Young of Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Plymouth Obituaries maintained by Linda Ziemann.
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