Margie Mae (Blumer) WILLE
WILLE, BLUMER, NEUBERGER, JOHNSON, GREIMAN, SCHMIDT, JACOBS
Posted By: Sarah Thorson Little (email)
Date: 9/13/2008 at 14:30:12
Mrs. Margie Wille's service held Oct. 14th
Funeral Services for Mrs. Raymond (Margie Mae) Wille, 52, of the Klemme community, who died at the Belmond Community Hospital Saturday morning Oct. 12,  were held at 1:30 p.m. Monday Oct. 14th, from the Immanuel Reformed United Church of Christ, Klemme. The Rev. Marvin Lehmann officiated. Comfort in music was supplied by Mrs. Lehmann and persons of the church, along with the congregation. Mrs. Wille was laid to rest in the Klemme cemetery. The pall bearers were; Chester Renner, Clarence Lenz, Leonard Kaduce, Leland Hummel, August Josten, and Ardell Waddingham. The Andrew Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Margie Mae Blumer was born August 28, 1922 in Avery township in Hancock county. She was the daughter of Walter and Christina Mae (Neuberger) Blumer. She was reared in the Klemme area and graduated from Klemme high school. On May 12, 1942, Margie was united in marriage to Raymond Wille in the Immanuael Reformed church in Klemme. They lived for 10 years in the Meservey area and then returned to Klemme, where they have spent the rest of their married life. Mrs. Wille was a member of the Immanuel Reformed United Church of Christ in Klemme and was active in community service with schools and 4-H. Mrs. Wille had been in failing health for the past five months and passed away at the Belmond hospital October 12, 1974 at the age of 52 years, 2 months and 4 days.
She leaves to mourn her passing her husband, Raymond; three daughters; Mrs. Ross (Margo) Johnson of Huxley; Mrs. Randall (Marion) Greiman of Britt, and Jodie Wille at home; three brothers; Leo Blumer and Ivan Blumer both of Omaha, Nebraska; and Glenn Blumer of St. Paul, Minnesota; and two sisters; Mrs. Luverne (Mary Ann) Schmidt of Garner; and Mrs. Cecil (Marlene) Jacobs of St. Paul, Minnesota. She was preceded in death by her parents.
ca. October 1974
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