Riedmiller, Florence (Mrs. Albert J.) 1898-1932
RIEDMILLER, GOEBEL, LAMPE
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Date: 12/6/2023 at 08:27:55
Obituary – Alton Democrat of October 14, 1932
Mrs. Riedmiller, Former Alton Girl Dies At Sioux City. News of the death of Florence Goebel Riedmiller of Danbury on Thursday afternoon, October 6 came as a sad shock to friends here. Mrs. Riedmiller had not been in her usual health since she was injured in a car accident early in August. Thursday morning she had a severe attack of illness and was taken to St. Joseph’s hospital, Sioux City, where an operation was performed at noon. She passed on the same afternoon shortly after four, in the presence of her husband, her mother, sisters and brothers, who drove to Sioux City that morning from Alton.
Born at Alton, Florence Anne Goebel was born at Alton, August 13, 1898, and was 34 years of age at the time of her death. She was married October 5, 1921 to Albert J. Riedmiller of Danbury, where the couple have since made their home. She is survived by her husband and three children Maris 8 years; Charis 7 years, and Beverly Anne 3 years; he mother, Mrs. Peter Goebel of Alton; two sisters and four brothers, Louis Goebel, Elmer Goebel, Miss Viola Mae, Miss Stella and Maris Goebel, all of Alton; Ed Goebel of Denison. Mrs. Riedmillers passing occurred only six weeks after that of her father the late Mayor Peter Goebel. Alton friends feel the deepest sympathy for the sorrowing family and the heartbroken husband and children. Miss Stell Goebel is remaining at Danbury to care for the little children, so that the home will not be broke up. She was with her sister for a week before Mrs. Riedmiller’s death and also spent two weeks with the family after the accident in August.
Many at Funeral: Mrs. Reidmiller was a member of St. Mary’s church at Danbury and of the Catholic Women Forresters, St. Rita’s Court. She was a devoted wife and mother and her kindness extended beyond the home to include all those with whom she came in contact.
Over a hundred relatives from various Iowa points attended the large funeral at Danbury on Monday morning, Services were in charge of Rev. E. J. Jongblut, pastor of the local Church, assisted by Rev. Hausman, former assistant priest at Alton and now at Oto, Iowa, and Rev. Schleier of Breda. The family here was accompanied to Danbury by Miss Amelia Schroeder, R. N. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goebel and children drove down with Mr. Joe Eulberg for the services. Mrs. and Mrs. Nick Arens also attended the funeral and on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sudteltge of Remsen, accompanied by Mrs. Margaret Schaul and Miss Tillie Even called on the family. Merlin Goebel of Ames also attended his aunt’s funeral. Hundreds of friends from Danbury were present at the services, testifying of the esteem and affection felt for Mrs. Riedmiller in the community which was her home for eleven years.
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