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Pageler, Fred 1903-1940

PAGELER, OLTMANNS, EILERS, TAMMEN

Posted By: Janet Schuldt, Volunteer (email)
Date: 12/23/2009 at 16:02:02

Hawarden Independent, Hawarden, Sioux, Iowa, USA Thursday, August 1, 1940, Page 6

Died Saturday in Omaha

Fred A. Pageler, 37, well known farmer of the Craig Vicinity, passed away Saturday (July 27, 1940) in a hospital in Omaha from a tumor on the brain. Mr. Pagelar had been ill for several weeks and was in a Sioux city hospital prior to being taken to Omaha. Funeral services were held at St. Johnís Lutheran church at Craig Tuesday afternoon with Rev. L. G. Hanneman in charge. Interment was made in the Craig cemetery.

Fred Pageler was born in Johnson township, Plymouth County, January 13, 1903, and during his life he followed the occupation of farming. He loved the occupation of farming. He was united in marriage with Gesina Oltmanns July 8, 1925 and she, together with a son, survives him. He also leaves to mourn his untimely death his mother, Mrs. Johanna Pageler of Washington township, Plymouth county; his mother-in-law, Mrs. Katherine Oltmanns of Craig; four brothers and four sisters, Gerrit of Akron, Henry of Union, Carl of Craig, Herman of Hinton, Mrs. H. G. Eilers of Craig, Mrs. John R. Eilers of Preston township, Mrs. Henry Tammen of Ireton and Mrs. George Tammen of Washington township, Plymouth county.

Mr. Pageler was farming the Carl Braaks farm, 4 miles south and on-half mile west of Ireton, the farm being known as the Hatton or Helgens farm. He was well known to a great many Ireton resident and was greatly respected.


 

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