Obituaries for Muscatine County, Iowa

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Name: JOHN J. HAAN
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa, Newspaper Date Unknown
John J. HAAN, 94, died today at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Harry BAILEY, at Central City, Ia. He had made his home in Muscatine until two years ago. --- Mr. HAAN was born in Holland Aug. 23, 1863, being a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob HAAN. He married Lillian HADLEY Oct. 9, 1898 at Demotte, Ind. Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. BAILEY of Central City and Mrs. Elmer TeSTRAKE of Muscatine; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.--- Mr. HAAN was the last survivor of a family of 12 children. He was preceded in death by 11 brothers and sisters, and one great-grandchild. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at the Fairbanks Funeral Home.----------Services were conducted today at the Fairbanks chapel for John J. HAAN. The Rev. A. D. Steffenson, pastor of the First Methodait church, officiated. Casket bearers included John Nyweide, William DeVries, Louis Othmer, Cahrles Hendriks, J. Knight and Garret VanGent. Burial was at Greenwood cemetery.


Name: IDA J. HACKETT
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa (written in pencil; 1-19-53)
Last rites were held Monday afternoon at the Geo. M. Wittich Funeral Home for Mrs. Ida J. HACKETT whose death occurred Friday. The Rev. Fred Ferris, pastor of the First Baptist church , conducted the services. Flower attendants included Mrs. William Nephew, Lola Higgerson, Mrs. Walter Luellen, Mrs. Harold Butcher, Mrs. Hattie Turner, and Mrs. Ed Dankert. Pallbearers were Elmer Bloom, Frank Schmitt, Howard Eutsler, August Altenbernd, William Mittman and Arthur Nicholson. Burial was in Greenwood cemetery.


Name: RAYMOND DALE HACKETT
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, December, 1989
Raymond Hackett---- Raymond Dale Hackett, 55, Route 2, Box 35, Letts, died Sunday night at Muscatine General Hospital. Services are Wednesday at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home. The Rev. LaVern Hubbard will officiate. Mrs. Robert Finley will be organist and Kay Terhune vocalist. Pallbearers will be Orlyn Quick, Richard Kunkel, David, Dennis and Emil Anderson Jr.; and Louis Meinert. Burial will be at the Letts Cemetery. Mr. Hackett was born Feb. 12, 1934 at Muscatine, a son of William and Edna May Wagner Hackett. He had lived in Davenport until 1973. He married Mary Lue Anderson on July 28, 1956 in Davenport. He was a Korean War veteran and had worked for Red Jacket Mfg. Company for 20 years before moving to Letts. Survivors include his wife, Mary Lue, three sons, Todd, of Muscatine; Jeff of Wapello; and Graig of Letts; four grandchildren; and one sister Mrs. Jack (Beverly) Smith of Visalia, Calif. His parents preceded him in death.---------- Submitters' Note: he died Dec. 31, 1989. He graduated from Letts Iowa High School in 1952.


Name: WILLIAM R. HACKETT
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Saturday, October 23, 2004 5:12 PM
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Thursday, January 12, 1956, page 10
William Hackett Of Letts Dies on Way to Hospital ------------- William R. Hackett, 44, Letts, died at 11 a. m. today while enroute in an ambulance to the Muscatine county hospital. Mr. Hackett, a plumbing and heating contractor, was reported to have suffered a heart attack while at work at Letts. He was born May 18, 1911, at Letts and was a life resident of that community. Surviving are the wife, Mrs. Edna M. Hackett, Letts, a son, Raymond Hackett, and a daughter, Beverly Hackett, both of Davenport; a brother, Arthur Hackett, Letts. The body was removed to the Ralph J. Wittich funeral home where funeral arrangements are pending.------- Submitter's Note: burial was in the Letts Cemetery, Letts, Iowa.


Name: MRS. WILLIAM HACKETT
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Friday, February 8, 2002 9:55 PM
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, May, 1933
Letts Woman Taken By Death --------------- Mrs. William Hackett Dies at Hospital; Funeral to Be Held Here --------- (Journal News Service) Letts--Mrs. William Hackett, 57, died at Bellevue hospital Tuesday night after an operation. Funeral services will be conducted at the Fairbanks Home for Funerals in Muscatine Thursday by the Rev. Mr. Willey and burial will be in the Wagner cemetery, east of Letts. Mrs. Hackett was born Lillie Coder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Coder, in Cedar township, March 14, 1876. On April 30, 1896 she was married to William Hackett, who preceded her in death eight years ago. Her home was three miles east of Letts and she spent her entire life in this community, with the exception of six years when a child, when the family lived in Decatur county. She is survived by two sons, Arthur and William Hackett; two brothers, Chester Coder, west of Letts and Will Coder of Ottumwa; two sisters Mrs. John Welsch of Moline and Mrs. Nelson Meeker of Fredonia. One sister, Mrs. Leo Snyder, preceded her in death. She was a member of the Oak Grove Christian church of Cranston.


Name: IDA ROBERTSON HADLEY
Submitted by: Lynn McCleary (of no relation)
Date Submitted: September 5, 2009
Source of Obituary: "MUSCATINE JOURNAL & NEWS TRIBUNE”, Muscatine, Iowa, Monday January 5, 1925
Mrs. Ida Robertson Hadley, wife of Frank M. Hadley, former Muscatine resident, died at the Davenport hospital Sunday morning. A two weeks’ illness of peritonitis and complications caused her death. --- Mrs. Hadley was born near Milford, Sask., Canada, March 23, 1895. Two years ago she married Frank M. Hadley, formerly of this city, who had moved to Canada a number of years ago. They moved to Davenport last year where both enrolled in the Palmer School of Chiropractic. --- Besides here husband she is survived by her parents, Mr. And Mrs. William Robertson of Canada, and a brother in California. --- The body will be brought to Muscatine and funeral services held from Greenwood chapel at 2 o’clock Tuesday afternoon. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery.


Name: REV. JOHN HAEFNER
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa (written in ink; 31 May 1941)
Funeral services for the Rev. John HAEFNER, 66, pastor of the Zion Lutheran church, who died unexpectedly Thursday while attending a conference at Oak Lawn, Ill., will be held Monday at the Zion Lutheran church. --- Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery.-- Relatives today said Rev. HAEFNERS’s father’s name was Johann HAEFNER instead of Heinrich HAEFNER as previously listed. --------------- (written in ink; 3 June 1941) --- Funeral services for the Rev. John HAEFNER, 66, pastor of the Zion Lutheran church, were conducted Monday at the Zion Lutheran church with the Rev. M. P. F. Doermann, D.D. of Chicago, officiating, assisted by the Rev. Arthur Proehl of Iowa City, and the Rev. August Engelbrecht of Mendota, Ill. The Rev. Mr. Proehl gave the funeral address in English while the funeral address in the German language was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Englbrecht.--- Honorary pallbearers were members of the church council and those serving as active pallbearers were William Getz and Ernest Sylvester, both of Muscatine, the Rev. W. Stange of Rock Falls, Ill., the Rev. Dr. M. Wiedersender of Waverly, Ia., the Rev. L. J. Grosshans of Compton, Ill., and the Rev. T. J. Pagels of Galena, Ill. Those Serving as flower attendants at the rites were the Misses Martha Wolff, Katherine Dunker, Dorothy Nicklas and Anita Stange. --- Burial Was in Greenwood cemetery under the direction of the George M. Wittich Funeral home.


Name: BEVERLY M. HAFNER
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, January, 2001
Beverly Hafner---- COLUMBUS JUNCTION, Iowa -- Beverly M. Hafner, 72 ,of Letts, died Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001, at the Colonial Manor Care Center in Columbus Junction. Services will be Wednesday at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home in Muscatine. Private family committal services will be held at a later date at the Muscatine Memorial Park Cemetery. The Rev. Prince Swanickan will officiate. Memorial may be made to the Letts United Methodist Church. Mrs. Hafner was born May 18, 1928, in Davenport, the daughter of Alfred E. and Elizabeth Anderson Johnson. She married R. Dale Hafner on Feb. 18, 1950, in Cambridge, Ill. She was a member of the Letts United Methodist Church, the Letts Federated Club, Chapter T of TTT, Past Matron of the Eastern Star, and a member of the Cedar Crest County Club in Columbus Junction. Survivors include her husband, Dale of Letts; one son, Andrew C. Hafner and Luz Colon of Letts. She was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Lisa Hafner; and one sister.


Name: CLINTON L. HAFNER
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, April 11, 1981
CLINTON L. HAFNER---- COLUMBUS JUNCTION---- Services for Clinton L. Hafner, 70, of rural Letts, will be Monday at the Stacy-Lewis Funeral Home in Columbus Junction. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery in Muscatine. Mr. Hafner died Friday morning at Mercy Hospital, Iowa City. He was born Dec. 10, 1910, in rural Muscatine County, the son of Hubert and Orlena Armbright Hafner. A life resident, he married Mary Brookhart on March 6, 1937, in Cranston. He was a member of the Letts United Methodist Church and was a farmer in rural Letts. Surviving are his wife, two sons, Chester of Letts and Gary of Muscatine, a daughter Mrs. Robert (Janice) Martz Sr. of Muscatine, five grandchildren, one great-grandchild, a brother Charles of Davenport, and two sisters, Mrs. Lillian McCulley and Mrs. Dorothy Easteria both of Muscatine. He was preceded in death by a brother.


Name: MRS. ELMA JOSEPHINE HAFNER
Submitted by: Webmaster
Date Submitted: February 29, 2004
Source of Obituary: "MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Saturday, March 13, 1976, page 10
MRS. ELMA HAFNER---Mrs. Elma Josephine Hafner, 60, 2526 N. Howell St., Davenport, died Friday evening at Mercy Hospital, Davenport, following an extended illness. Funeral services will be held Monday at the Runge Chapel, Davenport. Burial will be in Memorial Park, Davenport. Elma Stineman was born Dec. 26, 1915, at Centerville. She married Russell D. Hafner Aug. 25, 1934, at Letts. Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. William (Gladys Ann) Fick, Davenport; seven grandchildren; her mother, Mrs. Pearl Stineman, Davenport; and three brothers, Max and David of Davenport and Oliver of Neton Kans.


Name: GUY VERNON HAFNER
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa (written in pencil; Sep 18, 1950)
Guy Vernon HAFNER, 55, dies Sunday at Bellevue hospital. The son of N. T. and Ellen BEDWELL-HAFNER, he was born Jan. 15, 1895, in Cedar Township, Muscatine county. He married Aura WILHEIM in Muscatine Dec 13, 1915. ---- Survivors include his father, N. T. HAFNER of Letts; his wife; two sons, Vernon of Muscatine and Max of Wilton; one daughter, Mrs. Louise ESTLE of Letts; two brothers, Lester of Letts and Hubert of Muscatine; four sisters, Mrs. Russell GILKEY of Columbus Junction; Mrs. Raymond SWICKARD of Muscatine, Mrs. Rice SHELLABARGER Of Hardin, Mont., and Mrs. Ernst LEIBERKNECHT of Letts and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his mother and two sisters, Mary and Opal.--- The body is at the Fairbanks Home for Funerals but will be removed to the Letts Methodist church Tuesday. ---------------(written in pencil; Sep 19, 1950) ------- Final rites for Guy V. HAFNER were conducted this afternoon in the Letts Methodist church with the Rev. Paul Textor officiating. Flower attendants were Mrs. Hall ESTLE, Mrs. Arthur Thompson, Mrs. John Padgett and Mrs. Clyde Turkington. Pallbearers were Arthur Thompson, Harry Tomfeld, Lawrence ESTLE, Hall ESTLE, John Padgett and Wilmot Hendrix. Burial was in the Letts cemetery.


Name: HARRY F. HAFNER
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, April, 1986
Harry Hafner---- Harry F. Hafner, 60, Box 193 Wapello, and residing at Sand Run, Oakville, died Sunday at Mercy Hospital, Iowa City. Services will be held Tuesday at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home. The Rev. Dan Schoepf of the Calvary Baptist Church will officiate. Organist is Mrs. Richard Dilts. Pallbearers are Eugene Hafner, Andy Hafner, Richard Paine, Chet Hafner, Mike Hafner Jr. and Joe Townsley. Burial will be in the Columbus City Cemetery. Mr. Hafner was born Aug. 21, 1925 in Louisa County, Iowa, a son of Harry L. and June McDaniel Hafner Sr. He resided in Oskaloosa since 1976 and recently moved to Sand Run Oakville. He first married Mariam Herrick. On March 24, 1972 he married Jean Lamp in Illinois City. He retired in 1982 as owner/ operator of Happy Joe's Pizza & Ice Cream Parlor, Oskaloosa. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and was a member of the BPO Elks, at Oskaloosa. Survivors include his wife Jean, two sons Mike Hafner, Muscatine; Greg Hafner, Frontenac, Kan.; two stepsons, Mark Gardner and Troy Gardner, both of Muscatine; two daughters, Mrs. Jerry (Kim) Jacobs, Muscatine; and Mrs. Don (Cheryl) Hatch, Fort Collins, Colo.; three stepdaughters, Jenne Gardner and Beth Gardner both of Muscatine; and Mrs. Tom (Teresa) Sharar, Wapello; 13 grandchildren; his stepmother, Mina Hafner, Fairfield; two brothers, Byron and Dale Hafner, both of Letts; and one sister, Mrs. Ed (Adelia) Klipstein, Mesa Ariz. . He was preceded in death by his first wife in 1970, his parents, and one daughter. ----Submitters' Note: he died April 26, 1986. He graduated from Letts Iowa High School in 1943.


Name: JOSANNA HAFNER
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, December, 1955
Services To Be Held Tuesday For Hafner Baby ------------ Services are planned at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Letts Methodist church for Josanna Hafner, six-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Hafner of Letts, who died at 1:45 p.m. Sunday at Muscatine County hospital, following a brief illness. The Rev. Leo Cox, pastor of the church, will officiate Burial will be at the Letts cemetery. The body is at the Geo. M. Wittich Funeral Home. The infant was born June 20, 1955, in Muscatine, the daughter of Harry L. and Miriam D. Herrick Hafner. In addition to the parents, she is survived by two brothers, Michael Dale, and Gregory John, and one sister, Cheryl Jean, at home; and the grandparents, Charles Herrick, and Mrs. and Mrs. Lester Hafner of Letts.----- Submitters' Note: she died Dec. 18, 1955. Correct spelling for Miriam is Mariam.


Name: MRS. MIRIAM HAFNER
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, December 23, 1970
Mrs. Miriam Hafner---- LETTS----Mrs. Miriam Hafner, 46, of rural Letts; died suddenly at her home at 5 a.m. today of a coronary. Funeral services will be held Saturday at the Letts United Methodist Church Rev. Raymond Bailey officiating. Burial will be in Letts cemetery under the direction of the Stacy-Lewis Funeral Home of Columbus Junction. Born Sept. 17, 1924 in Muscatine county, she was a daughter of Charles and Leta Coder Herrick. She married Harry Hafner, Sept. 29, 1944 at Rock Island. Mrs. Hafner was a member of the Letts United Methodist Church and Chapter T of TTT. Survivors are the husband; two sons, Michael of Letts, and Gregory of Oskaloosa; two daughters, Mrs. Donald (Cheryl) Hatch of Cedar Rapids and Kim at home; one sister, Mrs. Harry (Harriett) Lewis of Merimac, N.Y.; her step-mother, Mrs. Hazel Herrick of Muscatine and three grandchildren.----- Submitters' Note: She graduated from Letts Iowa High School in 1941.


Name: ROBERT DALE HAFNER
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, September, 2002
Robert Dale Hafner---- Services are Monday, at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home in Muscatine. LETTS, Iowa - Robert Dale Hafner, 75, of Letts, died Friday, Sept. 27, 2002 at the Colonial Manor Care Center in Columbus Junction. Pallbearers are Mike Hafner Sr., Greg Hafner, Jerry Jacobs, Chet Hafner, Gary Hafner, and James Hafner. Burial will be at Muscatine Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Cedar Crest Country Club. Mr. Hafner was born March 26, 1927, in Letts, the son of H. Lester and June Marie (McDaniel) Hafner. He married Beverly Johnson Feb. 18, 1950 in Cambridge, Ill. He was a member of the Letts United Methodist Church, the Grandview and Letts Lions Club, Cedar Crest Country Club, Columbus City Masonic Lodge and the Elks Lodge #304 of Muscatine. Survivors include his son, Andrew Hafner of Letts; his brother Byron Hafner of Letts; his sister-in-law Jean Hafner of Morning Sun; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife Beverly in 2001; his daughter Lisa Hafner in 1991; his brother Harry Hafner in 1986; and his sister Adelia Klipstein.


Name: C. A. HAIFLEIGH
Submitted by Jean Perera
Date Submitted: July 19, 2009
Source of Obituary: "Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune", Muscatine, Iowa, Thursday, Jan. 13, 1938, p.2
C. A Haifleigh, 76, a resident of Muscatine practically his entire life, died Wednesday at 5 p.m. at 419 Houser street after an illness of four days. Born in Carroll county, Maryland, Jan. 31, 1861, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haifleigh, he came to Iowa when a small boy and had made his home in Muscatine since that time. --- Survivors include a brother, J. C. Haifleigh, of Newton; and three nieces and nephews, Mrs. Tracy Ryan and Pearl Haifleigh, both of Newton and Mrs. Charles Shepard of Sweetland. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. from the Meyers Funeral Home, which is in charge of arrangements. The Rev. C.H. Hiller, pastor of the park Avenue Methodist church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Harker cemetery.


Name: S. D. HAIFLEIGH
Submitted by Jean Perera
Date Submitted: July 19, 2009
Source of Obituary: "Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, October 23, 1933, p. 1
Sweetland - S. D. Haifleigh, 79, a resident of Sweetland township for 67 years, died at his home at Sunday after a brief illness. Although in failing health for several years he was not seriously ill until Friday night after a family gathering held in honor of his 79th birthday. --- Mr. Haifleigh was born Oct. 20, 1854 in Carroll county, Maryland, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haifleigh. He came to Iowa with his parents when 12, settling in Sweetland township, where he has lived continuously since. --- He married Miss Ella Miller, Feb. 3, 1881. Mr and Mrs. Haifleigh celebrated thier golden wedding at the Sweetland church in February, 1881 jointly with Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Wood also of the Sweetland community. --- He was a member of the Sweetland Methodist Episcopal church in which he had been active for many years. He served as chairman of the board of stewards and trustees for approximately 40 years and several years as superintendent of the Sunday school.--- Surviving are his widow, one daughter, Mrs. Charles Shepard of Sweetland township; two brothers, J.C. Haifleigh of Newton and C.A Haifleigh of Muscatine; and four grandchildren, Vernon Shepard of Wilton township, Mrs. Carl Bancks of Montpelier, James and Helen Shepard of Sweetland township. Funeral services will be conducted at the Sweetland Methodist Episcopal church on Tuesday. Burial will be at the Harker cemetery in Sweetland township. Services will be conducted by the Rev. J.A. Worrell of the Sweetland church, assisted by the Rev. J.J. Pritchard of Wayland, former Sweeltand pastor. -------Submitter's note: This was my great grandfather. His name was Samuel David.


Name: ROBERT E. HAGER
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date Submitted: Monday, August 29, 2005 1:30 PM
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, August 13, 2005
Robert Hager----- MUSCATINE, Iowa - Robert E. Hager, 76, of Muscatine, died Saturday, Aug. 13, 2005, at his home. The Rev. John P. Gallagher will officiate. Honorary casket bearers are Dan Schaapveld, Cory Burke, Adam Valet, Jim Stogdill and Dennis Edwards. Casket bearers are Silvin Reed Jr., Erik Reed, Kraig Reed, Cortney Rexroth, Blaine Rexroth, Mitchell Hager, Raymond Kingery and Derek Rexroth. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery with military rites provided by the combined squads of the American Legion Post 27 and the V.F.W. Post 1565. Memorials may be made to Ss Mary and Mathias Parish or Senior Hospice of Iowa City. Mr. Hager was born Aug. 17, 1928, in Frankville, the son of Elmer and Marjorie Kobriger Hager. He married Margaret Moellers on April 28, 1952, in Ossian. He was a veteran of the Korean War, serving in the U.S. Army. He retired from Muscatine Power & Water after 23 years of service. He was a member of Ss Mary and Mathias Parish, Moose Lodge No. 388, and American Legion Post 27. He had a railroad collection, enjoyed woodworking and traveling. He also enjoyed listening and going to concerts of the Gaither Musical Group. Survivors include his wife, Margaret, of Muscatine; one son, Randy Hager, of Muscatine; three daughters, Sandy Lee Pitzer and husband Larry, Sandra Kay Rexroth and husband Rick, and Robyn Edwards and husband Gary, all of Muscatine; numerous grandchildren and many great-grandchildren; two brothers, Gerald Hager of Castalia, and Ronaldo "Jack" Hager of Postville. He was preceded in death by his parents, Elmer and Marjorie, and one son-in-law, Silvin Reed Sr. -----Submitters' Note: No Relation


Name: CHARLES C. HAGERMANN
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: “MUSCATINE JOURNAL”, Muscatine, Iowa written in pencil; April 12, 56)
Charles C. HAGERMANN, 80, Pearl Button manufacturer and a life resident of Muscatine, died today at Muscatine county hospital. His home was at 1809 Mulberry avenue. The body was removed to the Fairbanks Home for Funerals, where services were planned for Saturday. --- Mr. HAGERMANN was born Jan. 17, 1876, in Muscatine, the son of Henry and Rosina GROSSER-HAGERMANN. His marriage to Matilda B. HARTWIG took place here on Oct. 16, 1901. --- He established the Hawkeye Pearl Button Co., and was serving in the capacity of president of the company at the time of death. --- Mr. HAGERMANN was a member of the Muscatine Chamber of Commerce, had been assistant chief and chief of the Muscatine Volunteer Fire Department, had served as president of the Muscatine school board for many years and as a member of the Muscatine park board. He was an honorary member of the Rice Foundation. --- Surviving are one son, Charles R. HAGERMANN, Prescott, Ariz.; one daughter, Mrs. Joseph ROGERS, Muscatine; two brothers, Louis and Edward HAGERMANN, Muscatine; two sisters Miss Anna HAGERMANN and Mrs. Lena COOPER, Muscatine; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Preceding him in death were his wife, one daughter, on sister and three brothers. ----------------- (written in pencil; April 12, 56)----------- Final rites for Charles C. HAGERMANN were held this afternoon at the First Presbyterian church. The Rev. William H. Kettlitz, pastor of the church, was in charge. Flower attendants were Velda Jacobs, Esther Fahy, Frieda Kindler, Flossie Morse and Janet Hagy. Honorary pallbearers were Elmer Steinmetz, Fred Hermann, William Umlandt, Claus Schnafje and Dave Sheridan. William Spieth, James McKee, Charles Weber, Clifford Worst, Sr., Arthur Riley and Robert Hammer were acting pallbearers. Graveside rites were conducted by the Masonic lodge. Interment was in the Greenwood cemetery.


Name: ARTHUR HENRY HAHN
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Tuesday, February 5, 2002 9:04 PM
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, April 23, 1963
Arthur Henry Hahn--------- West Liberty Rites are scheduled Friday at Snider funeral home here for Arthur Henry Hahn, 71, of Nichols. He died at 10 a. m. at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City on Wednesday. Father Vogel of St. Mary's Catholic church in Nichols will officiate. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery in Muscatine. The son of John and Barbara Hahn, he was born Nov. 29, 1891 in Illinois. A farmer, he lived in the Nichols area for 41 years. He was married to Nora Schutte on April 24, 1912 at Muscatine. Survivors are his wife, a son, Lloyd of Nichols; three daughters, Miss Norma Hahn, Muscatine; Mrs. Marguerite Kurriger, Muscatine; Mrs. Cressie Sutton, Nichols; four grandchildren, and two great grandchildren.


Name: CHARLES F. HAHN
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa (written in pencil; April 3, - 53)
Charles F. HAHN, 87, died today at his home, 713 Iowa avenue. The body was taken to the Ralph J. Wittich Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Monday at St. Mathias church with the Rev. J. J. Welsh in charge. Burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery. --- Mr. HAHN was born Oct. 9, 1865, in Muscatine, the son of John and Christina VAUPEL-HAHN. His marriage to Mary C. WELCH took place Nov. 25, 1886, in Muscatine, with the late Rev. Philip Laurent officiating. He had served as first and second ward alderman for a number of terms. --- Survivors include one son, Robert C. HAHN of Miami, Fla.; one daughter, Miss Florence HAHN, at home; one sister, Mrs. Clara Van GENT of Muscatine; and a granddaughter and great-granddaughter, Mrs. Richard LUND and Pamela LUND of Miami, Fla. Preceding him in death were his parents, wife, one brother, one sister, one grandchild and one great-grandchild.


Name: FRED HAHN
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date submitted: Sept. 10, 2007
Source of Obituary: “THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL”, Muscatine, Iowa, June 7, 1996 page 5
West Liberty -- FRED HAHN, 84; died Wednesday, June 5, 1996 at the Simpson Memorial Home., Services will be Monday at the west Liberty United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Darwin Moore officiating. Burial will be at the Oak Ridge Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday at the West Liberty Chapel of the Barker Funeral Home.--- Mr. Hahn was born April 5, 1912, in Illinois City, ILL., a son of Albert and Josephine Fowler Hahn. He attended rural schools in Muscatine County. On Feb 14, 1940, he was married to Marcella Schuessler, in Lone Tree.--- He farmed his entire adult life near Lone Tree and West Liberty. The couple retired and moved to West Liberty in 1976. He was a member of the West Liberty United Methodist Church, Muscatine County Farm Bureau and a past member of the South Prairie Grange.--- Survivors include his wife Marcella; one son Gary Hahn and his wife Joyce of West Liberty, a daughter, Mrs. Richard (Janet) Frick of Stockton, six grandchildren, Eileen, Deanna and Lisa Hahn, and Tricia, Traci, and Todd Frick; a sister Mrs. Herman (Elaine) Martin of Muscatine; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother Wayne, and sisters, Grace Henik and Violet Crawford.


Name: FRED L. HAHN
Submitted by a Volunteer
Date Submitted: July 18, 2007
Source of Obituary: "MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, May 17, 1999, page 5A
MUSCATINE--Fred L. Hahn, 94, of 804 W. Fourth St., died Sunday, May 16, 1999, at Community Health Resources. Services will be Wednesday at Wesley United Methodist Church. The Rev. Hall Green will officiate. Pallbearers will be George and Jim Hahn, Lucas and Dustin Phelps and Matthew Erusha. Honorary bearers will be Tim Sexton, James Erusha, Michael Phelps, Michael Kaufmann, Cory Berry and Dennis Mahoney. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Hahn was born on May 30, 1904, in Muscatine, the son of Henry B. and Matilda Maurer Hahn. He married Louise Blass on June 14, 1930, in Muscatine. He was a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church; the Iowa Lodge No. 2 AF & AM; the Davenport Consistory; Kaaba Temple Shrine and the DeMolay Commandery No. 1. He was founder of Hahn Brothers, Hahn Brothers Sand and Gravel, and Hahn Brothers Investment Company. Survivors include two sons, George B. Hahn and his wife, Pat, of Muscatine and James F. Hahn of Muscatine; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and one brother, Bernard Hahn, and his wife, Bernice, both of Muscatine. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Louise, in 1988, three brothers and three sisters.


Name: GEORGE A. HAHN
Submitted by a Volunteer
Date Submitted: July 18, 2007
Source of Obituary: "MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, , Friday, June 5, 1931, front page
George A. Hahn, lifelong resident of Muscatine and owner of the George A. Hahn Commission company, died suddenly at his home about noon today following an attack of acute indigestion. Mr. Hahn was not feeling well this morning but his condition was not considered serious. Mr. Hahn was born in Muscatine, Nov. 28, 1862, spending all his life here. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hahn. He married Miss Anna M. Coyner here, Oct. 1, 1902. He was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal church. Surviving are his widow, at the home at 900 West Third street; one daughter, Mrs. Marie Hahn Baker, Cedar Rapids; the following brothers and sisters; Mrs. W. A. Appel, Mrs. W. C. Knight, Henry B. Hahn, all of this city; John, of Springfield, Mo.; E. L. Hahn, Ella and Ida Hahn, all of Muscatine; and Mrs. Elizabeth Childs of Los Angeles. The body was taken to the Hoffman Funeral Home but will be returned to the family home later.


Name: GEORGE HARRY HAHN
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date submitted: Sept. 10, 2007
Source of Obituary: “THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL”, Muscatine, Iowa, Sept. 30, 1933 Front Page
G. H. Hahn Taken By Heart Attack
54 Year Old Man Found Dead at Home in Country Friday Night.

George Harry Hahn, 54, died suddenly at the farm home of Frank F. Stalkfleet, 12 miles west of Muscatine, at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Mr. Hahn had been in poor health but was able to be around the home. Mr. Stalkfleet said he talked to him about 7 p.m. Friday but when he returned to the house he found him dead. A heart attack caused death. Mr. Hahn was born March 24, 1878 at Illinois City and had spent all his life in Illinois City and near Muscatine. He never married. Surviving are two brothers, Arthur of Nichols and Albert of Lone Tree; one sister, Mrs. J. E. Elliott, Muscatine; and his father John Hahn of Nichols. The body is at the George Wittich funeral home 210 Cedar street, where it will remain for funeral services to be conducted on Sunday by the Dr. Ira Hawley, pastor of the United Brethren church.


Name: HARRY A. HAHN
Submitted by: Webmaster for Terrill Hayes
Date Submitted: September 17, 2000
Source of Obituary: "S R ADVOCATE NEWS", Wilton, Iowa, November 29, 1973, page 2
Harry A. Hahn---- Funeral services for Harry Arthur Hahn, 71, were held Saturday, Nov. 24 at Griffith Funeral Home Mr. Hahn died suddenly around 9 p.m. Thanksgiving at the Joe Lang home where he had spent the day. Services were conducted by Rev. Donald E. Wooge. Mrs. Clifford Luethye was the organist and accompanied Max Lauser, soloist. Casketbearers were Carl A. Cole, Lorraine Cole, Reuben McCormick, Edwin Brown, Clayton Rost and Kenneth Oberhaus. Flower attendants were Mrs. Edward Brown and Mrs. Reuben McCormick. Born Dec. 27, 1901 in Moscow Township, he was the son of John and Elizabeth Wahl Hahn. He married Nellie Schmitz Oct 16, 1929 in Junction City, Kan. She preceded him in death in 1968. Also preceding him in death were his parents, a brother, Charles, two sisters, Clara Lang and Esther Sywassink and two half sisters, Mary Rexroth and Jennie Schwin. He was employed by Pioneer Seed Co., Durant, for over 25 years until his retirement in 1965. He was a member of Peace United Methodist Church, Wilton. Mr. Hahn is survived by 28 nephews and nieces, his brother-in-law and niece, Joe and Beulah Lang. Burial was in Oakdale Cemetery, Wilton.---- Vistors At Hahn Home For Funeral----- Relatives and friends who called at the home of Joe Lang and Beulah, after the funeral of his brother-in-law, Harry Hahn were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Skinner, Mrs. Harold Waal, Louis Rexroth and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Andrews, all of Oskaloosa. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hahn, Macomb, Ill., Mrs. Barley, Itasca, Ill., B. J. Sywassink, Muscatine. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carter, Morning Sun, Mr. and Mrs. James Newman, Letts, Elizabeth and Gene Holliday, Ben Holliday, all from Muscatine. Also, Rev. Donald Wooge, Sweetland, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown, Mr. and Mrs. David Brown, Mr. and Mrs. James Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rost, Mrs. Nellie Rost, Mr. and Mrs. Lorainne Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jordan of Adele, and Mrs. Elva Reesink.


Name: MRS. HARRY (NELLIE A.) HAHN
Submitted by: Webmaster for Terrill Hayes
Date Submitted: September 17, 2000
Source of Obituary: ""The Wilton Advocate", Thursday, July 11, 1968, Volume 73, No. 48, Front page
Rites Held For Mrs. Harry Hahn------ Funeral services were held Friday afternoon, July 5, in Griffith Funeral Home for Nellie A. Hahn, 61, who died July 2, at University hospital, Iowa City, after a short illness. The Reverends C. W. Ellerbeck and C. M. Ferguson officiated at the services, Mrs. Paul Maurer was organist and Rev. and Mrs. Harlan Stenberg were vocalists. Pallbearers were Carl Cole, Lorrain Cole, Reuben McCormick, Edward Brown, Kenneth Oberhaus and Clayton Rost. Mrs. Edward Brown, Mrs. Reuben McCormick and Mrs. Lorrain Cole were flower attendants. Burial was in Oakdale cemetery, Wilton. Born in Junction City, Kansas, January 16, 1907, she was the daughter of George T. and Bertha M. Geist Schmutz. October 17, 1929 at Junction City, the former Nellie Schmutz married Harry A. Hahn. She was a member of the Peace Evangelical United Brethren church. Survivors are her husband; four brothers, Boyd Schmutz, Junction City, Kan., Earl Schmutz, Salina, Kan., L. J. Schmutz, Hayes, Kan., and Lawrence Schmutz, Estes Park, Colo.; two sisters, Mrs. Fred (Mable) Baer, Abilene, Kan. and Mrs. Lewis (Irene) Hahn, Rose Hill, Iowa. Preceding her in death were her parents and one sister.


Name: JOHN HAHN, SR.
Submitted by: Webmaster
Date Submitted: Saturday, September 23, 2000
Source of Obituary: "THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Tuesday, April 30, 1912, page 2
JOHN HAHN, SR., ENDS A LONG USEFULNESS----- WELL-KNOWN MUSCATINE MAN PASSES AWAY EARLY TODAY.----- Had Lived in Muscatine for More Than Half Century--Well Known in Business Circles.----- John Hahn, Sr., one of the best known residents of Muscatine, passed away peacefully at his home at the corner of Fifth and Chestnut streets at 3 o'clock this morning. He had been affected for some time with bronchial trouble and this malady finally resulted in his demise. The announcement of the departure from this life of the well-known venerable man will be received with pain by his acquaintanceship. Mr. Hahn resided in Muscatine for more than a half of a century and during nearly all of the time he was employed in the hardware business in this city. He entered the employ of H. W. Moore more than fifty years ago and when this business was purchased by the J. A. Bartemeier company he remained in the employ of the new firm. Mr. Hahn was born on January 22, 1834, at Geismer, Germany, and came to America in 1854, coming directly to Muscatine. He was united in marriage on December 16, 1855, to Miss Christina Vaupel and their wedded life was one of many joys. His loss is deeply mourned by his wife and four children. The children who survive him are: J. W. Hahn of Muscatine, Mrs. Ferdinano Berger of Pittsburgh, Pa., C. F. Hahn and Mrs. W. D. Van Gent of this city. Three children preceded him in death. Two sisters who will also mourn his loss are Mrs. Jacob Schomberg, Sr., of this city and a sister living in Germany. Mr. Hahn has always enjoyed the respect of all those with whom he associated. He served his town in an aldermanie capacity for one year, and always evidenced, a hearty interest in all movements which sought to advance the welfare of the city. He was a member of the German Evangelical church and was affiliated socially with the A. O. U?. W., the Mechanics' Aid society and the Muscatine City and County Aid association The funeral will be held on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the German Evangelical church, Rev. Richard Stave officiating.


Name: JOHN HAHN, SR.
Submitted by: Webmaster
Date Submitted: Saturday, September 23, 2000
Source of Obituary: "THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Friday, November 29, 1907, page 8
OLD PIONEER DIES AT HOME LAST EVE.---- JOHN HAHN, SR., PASSES AWAY AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS.----- For Years He Had Been Identified With The Firm of Hahn Bros. & Co. Commission Merchants.---- One of the most respected citizens of Muscatine and oldest pioneers of this part of the state, was called to rest last evening when the venerable John Hahn passed away at his home on W. Second street. He was ill but a short time and his death was very sudden. The sad tidings were a shock to the entire community. For years Mr. Hahn has been identified with the firm of Hahn Bros. & Co. Commission Merchants, and was one of the most prominent business men in the city. He was also connected with the Hershey Lumber Company for over fifty years, and was one of the best known lumber men in the West.---- Born in Germany.----- Mr. Hahn was born in Bavaria, Germany, on September 17, 1831, and came to this country in the early fifties, and settled in Muscatine county. On October 7th, 1857, he was united in marriage to Miss Anna Gertenbach of this city. The union was a happy one and nine children were born to them, all of whom are still living. His wife preceded him in death several years, passing away on June 24th, 1899. Mr. Hahn was an upright Christian and a true citizen, and all who knew him honored and respected him. He was a member of the German Methodist church for about a half century, joining that denomination shortly after he came to this city. He is survived by the following children: Mrs. Mary Appel, Mrs. Carrie Knight, Ella, Elizabeth and Ida, at home, George, Henry and Edward, of this city, and John, of Winona, Mo. He is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Catherine Steinmetz, of West Sixth street. The funeral arrangements have not been completed as yet.


Name: JOHN ANDREW HAHN
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa, Newspaper Date Unknown
Moscow, Ia., Feb. 3 - John Andrew HAHN, died at his home on Saturday afternoon at the age of 73 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at the Wilton Methodist church. Burial will be in Oakdale cemetery.--- John A. HAHN was born Sept. 15, 1856. On Dec. 1, 1880 he was married to Mary ROST, who died Dec 22, 1885. To this union two children were born, Jennie SCHWIN of Viola, Wis., and Mary REXROTH of Oskaloosa, Ia. He was married to Margaret Elizabeth WAHL of Paton, Ia., on Jan. 12, 1887, who died Oct. 17, 1917. To them six children were born, two dying in infancy. Those who survive are Charley W. HAHN, Clara LANG, Esther SYWASSINK and Harry A. HAHN, all of Moscow township. He is also survived by 15 grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Anna WINKLER, of Moscow and Mrs. Kate FRENZEL of Waterloo, Ia., and two brothers, Henry and Paul HAHN of University Park, Ia. --- Mr. HAHN spent his entire life, in the Moscow community and had lived 49 years on his farm one mile south of Moscow.


Name: JOHN J. HAHN
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Monday, September 1, 2003 11:22 AM
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Friday, July 8, 1938
Death Summons John Hahn, 84 at Nichols Home ---------- Nichols---John J. Hahn, 84, resident of this community for the past 16 years and a former resident of Illinois City, died at the home of his son, Arthur Hahn, south of town at 3:35 p. m. Thursday after an extended illness. A complication of ailments caused death. Mr. Hahn was born at Jefferson City, Mo., June 24, 1854. He married Barbara E. Davidson who preceded him in death 20 years ago. Four sons also preceded him in death. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. J. E. Elliott of Muscatine; two sons, Arthur Hahn of Nichols and Albert of Lone Tree; two brothers, William Hahn of Hope, S. D., and Herman Hahn of Davenport, 16 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral rites will be held Sunday at the Illinois City cemetery. The body is at the Kirchner funeral home at Nichols.-----"REYNOLDS PRESS", Illinois City, Illinois, July 15, 1938, page 5-----Hahn Funeral service for John Hahn, a former resident here, were held at Illinois City last Saturday afternoon. The Rev. H. D. Simmons officiated and Mrs. Vera Krueger and Mrs. Florence Brayton sang. The ballbearers were all from Nichols, Iowa, and burial was made in the Illinois City cemetery. Illinois City Correspondent.----Additional Information: 1880 Drury Township page 278D Rock Island County, Illinois Census-- John Hahn works on farm 24 born Missouri-- Barbara E. wife 19 born Iowa both parents born OH-- George H. son 2 born Illinois-- Jesse Davis (it should be Davidson) laborer father in-law 60 born OH and both parents born OH.------ 1900 Buffalo Prairie Township, Rock Island County Illinois Census taken 19 June 1900;-- John Hahn 40 born June 1859 in MO, father born Germany, mother born MO, married 23 years;-- Barbara wife 39 born Dec. 1860 in IA, father born Ohio mother born Ohio had 6 children and 4 living;-- Harry G. son 22 born Mar. 1878 in IL;-- Eva M. daughter 15 born Jan. 1885 in IL;-- Albert L. son 12 born Dec. 1887 in IL;-- Arthur H. son 9 born Nov. 1890 in IL;-- Frank Simpson boarder age 30 born IL;------ 1910 Drury Township, Rock Island County, IL census;-- John Hahn 54 born MO;-- Ellen wife 59 born IA, had 7 children and 4 living;------- 1920 Lake Township, Muscatine County Iowa;-- Albert Hahn 32 born IL;-- Josephine wife 25 born IL;-- Fred son 7 born IL;-- Violet daughter 5 born IL;-- Minnie 2 born IL;-- John J. Hahn father 62 born MO;-- Harry Hahn brother 42 born IL;------ 1930 Pike Township, Muscatine County, Iowa page 7;-- Arthur Hahn 38 born IL, age 21 when matrried;-- Nora wife 34 born IL, age 17 when married;-- Cressie daughter 16 born IL;-- Norma daughter 14 born IL;-- Loyd son 11 born IL;-- Margaret daughter 2 born IA;-- John Hahn father 73 wd. born IL.


Name: MRS. JOHN (DAVIDSON) HAHN
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Friday, December 14, 2001 10:12 PM
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL, Muscatine, Iowa, Wednesday, January 28, 1918
Illinois City Resident Dies----- Mrs. John Hahn of Illinois City, died at 7 o'clock this morning of heart disease. She had been bedfast for seven weeks and in poor health for a number of years. She was born Dec. 19, 1860 in Rock Island county, Illinois. Her name before her marriage Margaret Ella Davidson (In all the census her name was Barbara). She is survived by 3 sons Harry who lives at home, and Albert and Arthur who lives near Illinois City, and Mrs. J. Elliott of Muscatine. One brother George B. Davidson living near Illinois City, one sister Mrs. W. S. Elliott of Muscatine. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock from the Illinois City church, the Rev. Mr. Busby officiating


Name: JOHN S. HAHN
Submitted by: Denise and Norma for the webmaster
Date Submitted: Friday, March 25, 2005
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, June 16, 1968, page 9
JOHN S. HAHN-------John S. Hahn, 37, 2813 Mulberry Ave., died at 7:15 p.m. Sunday at St. Lukes hospital. Davenport, after an exrended illness. Mr Hahn, a life resident of Muscatine, was administrative assistant to the vice president of sales for HON INDUSTRIES. He was born Feb. 22, 1931, at Davenport, the son of Harry E. and Josephine Stirlen Hahn. Mr. Hahn was married July 5, 1953, in Muscatine, to Patricia Zeug. He was a member of Wesley United Methodist church, and the Christian Business Men's Committee. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Patricia Hahn; two sons, Mark and Mathew, and two daughters, Leigh Ann and Heidi, all at home; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Hahn of Muscatine. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Kim. Dr. J. Henry Teele and Rev. Keith Gilmore will conduct services Wednesday at Wesley United Methodist church. Interment will be at Memorial Park cemetery.


Name: LEOTA HAHN
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: News Paper Unknown, (written in pencil; 7-25-67)
Mrs. Leota HAHN, 63, of Burlington, died today in Burlington hospital. She was born Aug. 4, 1905 in Louisa County and was a graduate of Iowa Wesleyan and Iowa State universities. Mrs. HAHN was a teacher at Wilton Junction for 11 years. She married Robert HAHN July 3, 1948. He died June 19 1964. --- Surviving are: daughters, Mrs. Virginia MOOREHEAD of Burlington, Pearl BAILEY of Burlington and Hazel BAZEL of Leslie, Mo.; son, Richard JERRELL of Burlington; and brothers, E. A. NOBLE, of Muscatine, F. E. NOBLE, A. E. NOBLE, W. G. NOBLE and R. B. NOBLE of Wapello, and R. N. NOBLE of Sunnyside, Calif. She was preceded in death by her parents, two husbands and one brother. --- Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at Elliott-Lunning Chapel in Burlington with Rev. John Faulkner officiating. Burial will be in Old Stone cemetery at Sperry.


Name: LLOYD HAHN
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Tuesday, February 5, 2002 9:31 PM
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, 1978
Lloyd Hahn-------- Lone Tree-Lloyd John Hahn 60, Nichols, died Sunday morning at Mercy Hospital, Iowa City. Services will be held Tuesday at Sorden's Chapel, Lone Tree. Rev. William Sullivan will officiate. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Nichols. Lloyd Hahn was born July 14, 1918, in Illinois City, Illinois, the son of Arthur and Nora Schutte Hahn. His marriage to Loretta Christofferson (nee Hazen) took place Aug. 22, 1976 in Muscatine. He was a member of the American Legion and the John L. Mumm Post 457 of Lone Tree. He had been employed as a farmer in the Nichols community. Survivors include his wife; four step-children; 14 step grandchildren; one step great grandson; and three sisters, Cressie Sutton of Nichols, Nora Hahn and Margaret Kurriger, both of Muscatine. His parents preceded him in death.


Name: LORETTA HAHN
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Tuesday, February 5, 2002 9:34 PM
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, January, 1992
Loretta Hahn-------- Nichols-Loretta J. Hahn, 76, died Sunday Jan. 19, 1992 at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City, following an extended illness. A funeral mass will be Tuesday, Jan. 21 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Nichols. Burial will be at St. Mary's Cemetery in Nichols. Mrs. Hahn was born Jan. 24, 1915 at Nichols, a daughter of Cleve and Julia Zybarth Hazen. She first married Martin Christofferson and later Lloyd Hahn. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church. She worked in the cafeterias at the Nichols and West Liberty schools for 38 years. She was also a local artist working with oil paints. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Robert (Mary) Soukup of Oxford, Iowa, Mrs. George (Lois) Cordwell of Muscatine, and Nancy Christofferson of Austin, Texas; one son DeWayne Christofferson of Longmont, Colo.; 20 grandchildren, 26 great grandchildren; two sisters Betty Ament of Cedar Rapids and Alberta Valett of Durant; and two brothers, Wayne Hazen of Davenport and Raymond Hazen of Atalissa. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd, and three brothers.


Name: MRS. NORA HAHN
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Tuesday, February 5, 2002 9:18 PM
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, January 24, 1966
Mrs. Nora Hahn---------- Nichols Mrs. Nora Hahn, 70, died at 10:54 a. m. Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Sutton at Nichols of a lingering illness. The daughter of Albert and Mattie Thomas Schutte, she was born on March 29, 1895 at Illinois City. She was a resident of Illinois City for 44 years. She was married to Arthur Hahn on April 24, 1912 at Muscatine. He preceded her in death on April 30, 1963. Survivors include one son, Floyd (Pete) of Nichols; three daughters Mrs. George (Cressie) Sutton of Nichols, Miss Nora Hahn of Muscatine, and Mrs. Clinton (Margaret) Kurriger of Muscatine; and one sister, Louise Van Dolah of Illinois City. Nora Hahn is also survived by four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her Parents and one brother. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Jan. 26 at the Snider funeral home in West Liberty. Interment will be at Memorial Park cemetery, Muscatine.


Name: ARTHUR J. HAHNBAUM
Submitted by: Ed Hintermeister
Date Submitted: Friday, December 15, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Thursday, August 29, 1991
Arthur Hahnbaum---- Arthur J. Hahnbaum, 66, of Cape Coral, Fla., died at noon Wednesday, Aug. 28, 1991, while on vacation in Kansas City. Services will be Saturday, Aug. 31, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, with the Rev. Walter B. Helms officiating. Burial will in Mary’s Cemetery, Muscatine. Pallbearers will be Bob Minder, Mike Henderson, Ray Meyers, Ralph Meerdink, Ed Hallilgan, Bill Lechner Jr. and Ronald Houseman. Honorary pallbearers are John Grosjean, Jim Fahy, Don Ingstad, Bob Brocket, Don Lange and Bill Lechner Sr. Graveside rites will be conducted jointly by the American Legion, V.F.W., World War I Barracks, and the B.P.O. Elks. Memorials may be made to the Elks National Foundation. Mr. Hahnbaum was born in Muscatine, the son of Arthur W. and Edna Hintermeister Hahnbaum. He married Lavon Lois Gardner on Aug. 20, 1947, in Davenport. He was a resident of Muscatine until he moved to Florida in 1978. He was a member of the B.P.O. Elks in Muscatine, the VFW and L.O.O. Moose in Florida. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Navy on the USS Espurence. Mr. Hahnbaum was general manager of Wood Motor Co. in Fort Meyers, Fla. He was associated with Henderson’s Chevrolet Oldsmobile in Muscatine for than 20 years. He is survived by his wife Lavon, of Florida; five children, Ronald L. Hahnbaum, Michael J. Hahnbaum, Kirk D. Hahnbaum, all of Muscatine, Mrs. Roland (Vonnie) Blakley, of Fort Meyers, Fla., Mrs. Bill (Cindi S.) Eck, of Independence, Mo.; 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Bernice Petersen.----Submitters' Notes: Grandson of George J. Hintermeister (24 July 1867 – 20 March 1949)----Small picture provided in article---Arthur was born in 1925


Name: EDNA MARIE (HINTERMEISTER) HAHNBAUM
Submitted by: Ed Hintermeister
Date Submitted: Friday, December 15, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Wednesday, May 8, 1974, Page 13
MRS. ARTHUR HAHNBAUM, SR.----- Mrs. Arthur W. Hahnbaum Sr., 78, died at 3 a.m. today at Muscatine General hospital, following an extended illness. Her home was at 702 Climer St. She was born Dec. 20, 1895, at Muscatine, the daughter of George and Mary Bell Hintermeister, and had been a life resident of Muscatine. The former Edna M. Hintermeister became the bride of Arthur W. Hahnbaum, Jan. 10, 1916, at St. Mary’s church. She was a member of St. Mary’s church and a member of the Altar and Rosary Society. Survivors include her husband, Arthur W. Hahnbaum, Sr.; one son, Arthur J. Hahnbaum Jr., Muscatine; one daughter, Mrs. Paul (Bernice) Petersen, Muscatine; one sister, Mrs. Fred Shepard, Muscatine; six grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one brother. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at St. Mary’s church. Interment will be at St. Mary’s cemetery.------"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, May 13, 1974, Page 3----- MRS. ARTHUR HAHNBAUM---- Funeral services for Mrs. Arthur Hahnbaum, Sr., 78, were held Saturday at St. Mary’s church where funeral mass was concelebrated by Rev. William Meyer, Rev. F. Clems and Rev. Francis Lennoch, under the direction of the Riley Funeral Home. Mrs. Lillian Freund was organist. Alter boys were LaVaughn Creamer, Greg Mann and Joe Mann. Pallbearers were Charles A Henderson, Joseph Bernick, John Shoulz, James W. Fahy, William ?????, and Raymond Schmidt. Burial was in St. Mary’s cemetery. Mrs. Hahnbaum died Wednesday at the Muscatine General hospital.


Name: LAVON L. HAHNBAUM
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa, Newspaper Date Unknown
Lavon L. HAHNBAUM, 72, of Muscatine, died Saturday, Oct. 30, 1999, at Genesis West Hospital, Davenport. Services will be Tuesday at Ralph J. Wittich-Riley-Freers Funeral Home. The Rev. John Paul Gallagher will officiate. Burial will be at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Muscatine. --- Mrs. HAHNBAUM was born ion Feb. 18, 1927, in Cotter, the daughter of Everett and Elaine SOMMERVILLE-GARDNER. She was united in marriage to Arthur J. HAHNBAUM on Aug. 20, 1947, in Davenport. --- She was a resident of Muscatine most of her life. She and her husband lived in Florida from 1978 to 1991 where she was employed by the Cape Coral School District. Prior to that, she was a clerk for several years at JC Penney’s on Iowa Avenue. She was a receptionist for Dr. Lease for 10 years. --- Survivors include three sons, Ron HAHNBAUM, and his wife, Therese, of Muscatine, Michael HAHNBAUM and his wife, Deanne, of Fruitland, Kirk HAHNBAUM, and his wife, Rita, of Muscatine; one daughter, Cindi HODES, and her husband, Dick of Roeland Park, Kansas; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; one brother, Don GARDNER, of Garland Texas; and one sister, Shirley GARRETT, of Washington. She was preceded in death by her husband on Aug. 28, 1991.


Name: JOHN HAIN
Submitted by: Lynn McCleary (of no relation)
Date Submitted: December 4, 2011
Source of Obituary: " Muscatine Evening Journal”, Muscatine, IA., Friday February 23, 1900
John Hain, who has been a resident of Muscatine for the past nineteen years, passed away this morning at his home on Sherman Street. He was a native of Ohio, from which State he moved to Indiana. From Indiana he came to this city nineteen years ago and this has been his place of residence since that time. He had attained the age of 70 years. The funeral services will be held to-morrow and will be private, after which the body will be accompanied by S. L. Hain to What Cheer for burial.


Name: MRS. SARAH A. FISHER-HAIN
Submitted by: Al Harker, GG Nephew, of Davenport, Iowa
Date Submitted: Sunday, May 26, 2002 6:54 PM
Source of Obituary:"MUSCATINE TRIBUNE", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, ?, 19, 1929
Mrs. Sarah A. Hain, 77, died at the Muscatine county home where she was an inmate, at 4:25 Sunday afternoon following a long illness. Mrs. Hain was born May 25, 1852 in Hummelstown, Daunpin county, Penn., coming to Iowa with her parents in 1854. She had been an Iowa resident practically all her life with the exception of eight years spent in Nebraska, She married, July 4, 1882, to JOHN J. HAIN of Indiana. to this union three sons and three daughters were born, Mr. Hain died in 1900. Surviving are one son, George of Rockford, Ill.; two sisters Mrs. C.C. Smith and Mrs. Fannie Stapleton both of Muscatine; four brothers George W., Charles G, Edwin all of Muscatine and Harry L. Fisher of Cedar Rapids. Funeral services were conducted this afternoon at the Fairbanks home for funerals by the Rev. E.A. Bentzinger, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church. Burial was in Greenwood.---- Addtional information;---- Mrs. CC Smith, (Adaline Flavella Fisher)--- Mrs. Fannie (Dennis) Stapleton--- parents CORNELIOUS W. FISHER, MARY BOWER--- children,; Ralph (Cora STOCK ), Mark (Mable STOCK), Grace, Ruth, Addie (Mrs. David PULSE), George (Clara Vivian OETER)--- siblings ; Leah, DENHAN Mary LORENZ, Cornelious, Emma HARKER Fannie STAPLETON, Adaline SMITH , John, Edwin, Charles, George, Harry


Name: CARRIE S. HALE
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Newspaper Unknown
Mrs. Carrie S. HALE, 93, died June 27, in the St. Francis Hospital, Burlington. She was the wife of the late Oscar HALE, former Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court. Mrs. HALE, daughter of the late Asher and Fannie MALLORY-SILLICK was born on July 17, 1875 at Toolesboro. She was lifelong resident of the Wapello area.


Name: JOHN R. HALL
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa (written in ink; Dec 11, 1960)
John R. HALL, 58, died Sunday at his home at 314 W. Eighth. He had been in failing health. --- Mr. HALL had been a resident of Muscatine for the past 30 years, and had been manager of the Local Loan co. since 1932. He was born March 30, 1902, at Davenport, and was a graduate of the Davenport high school. He was married in 1926 to Lucille CARY of Davenport. --- Survivors include the widow; one daughter, Mrs. Charles WILLEY of Richardson, Texas; three brothers, James E. HALL and Victor HALL of Davenport, and Charles HALL of Okinawa; three sisters, Mrs. Ethel KRAMER of Rock Island, Mrs. George A KERKER of Van Nuys, Calif., and Mrs. Margaret WELZENBACH of Davenport; and three grandsons. He was preceded in death by his parents, on son, two brothers, and one sister. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at St. Matthias church -------------------Funeral services for John R. HALL were held Wednesday at St. Matthias church, where a Requiem High Mass was celebrated by the Rev Marvin C. Eldred. Altar boys were Martin State, Bill Maher, John Peters, Greg Bond and Henry Miller. Pallbearers were Gene Morris, J. C. Worst, Charles T. Davis, D. N. Kuebler, Woodrow Fletcher and Edwin J. Weis. --- The Riley funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Interment was at Mr. Calvary cemetery, Davenport.


Name: STELLA MAY McCARTNEY HALL
Submitted by: David McCartney
Date Submitted: July 15, 2011
Source of Obituary: "Muscatine Journal”, Muscatine, IA, Monday, December 19, 1949 p. 9
Stella May Hall Goes In Death; Services Tuesday. Stella May Hall, 83, lifelong resident of Muscatine county died at 7:25 a.m., Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Waters, 1120 Oak street, after an extended illness. --- She was born at Wilton on Sept. 1, 1866, the daughter of Jacob and Mary Harmon McCartney. Her marriage to William A. Hall occurred here on Sept. 2, 1887. Mrs. Hall attended the United Brethren church and was a member of the American Legion auxiliary. --- Surviving are two sons, George Hall, Bettendorf, and Ora Hall, Muscatine; three daughters, Mrs. Esther Cromer, Osage Beach, Mo., Mrs. Lloyd Waters, Muscatine, and Mrs. LeRoy Kramer, Kewanee, Ill.; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Thompson and Mrs. Bert Duncan, both of Wilton; 13 grandchildren, six great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. Her parents, husband and a son, Charles, preceeded her in death. --- The body is at the Geo. M. Witten Funeral home and will remain there for services to be conducted at 2 p.m., Tuesday by the Rev. P. M. Conant, retired Methodist pastor. Interment will be in Greenwood cemetery.


Name: CHARLES K. "CHUCK" HALLER
Submitted by: colroot@mchsi.com
Date Submitted: Friday, May 6, 2005 10:23 AM
Source of Obituary: "Quad-City Times", Davenport, Iowa, March 3, 2005
Charles K. "Chuck" Haller, 83, of Muscatine, Iowa, died Tuesday, March 1, 2005, at Unity Hospital, Muscatine. Funeral Mass will be Saturday, March 5 at St. Mathias Church, 215 West 8th Street, Muscatine. The Reverend John P. Gallagher of the St. Mary and Mathias Parish will officiate. Honorary bearers will be Edward Hatfield, Dwayne Roby, and Homer Snyder. Casket bearers will be Mel Hutchings, Jack Burns, Raymond Wichers, Joel Wichers, Mike Berlin, and Marvin Haller. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery with Military Rites provided by the combined squads of the American Legion Post 27 and the V.F.W. Post 1565. Visitation will be Friday, March 4 at the Ralph J. Wittich-Riley-Freers Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the St. Mary and Mathias Church. "Chuck" was born on Feb. 28, 1922, in Muscatine County, the son of John and Rosa Lawrence Haller. He married Marjorie A. Bleadorn on Dec. 9, 1945, at the St. Mathias Church in Muscatine. He was a United States Army veteran of World War II serving as a corporal in the Second Armored Division. He served in seven major battles and received the Congressional Medal of Honor Award. His troop was one of the first troops in Belgium. He was a life member of the Loyal Order of the Moose No 388, the V.F.W. Post 1565, American Legion Post 27, Muscatine Quarterback Club, and the St. Mathias Church. He was a graduate of Muscatine High School. He worked as a postal carrier for 15 years and spent 15 years as a postal clerk and retired after 30 years of service. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and bowling. Survivors include his wife, Marjorie Haller, of Muscatine; one daughter, Linda Shadle, of Colona, Ill.; one grandson, Steven C. Shadle, of Danville, Ill.; one great-granddaughter, Brianna Shadle, of Casper, Wyo.; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, six brothers, and three sisters.


Name: VERNON HALLIGAN
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date submitted: Nov. 10, 2007
Source of Obituary: “THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL”, Muscatine, Iowa, October 21, 1950
Plan Rites For V. Halligan --Crash Victim Lone Tree ---- Services for Vernon Halligan of Colchester, ILL., a former resident was killed in a car-train wreck Friday morning, will be Tuesday at the Evangelical and Reformed church of Lone Tree. He died Friday when the car in which he was riding was struck by a train in Lomax, ILL. He was a construction employee.--He was born in Lone Tree Dec. 26, 1912, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halligan. He married Nov. 16, 1937 in Iowa City to Grace Hahn.--He is survived by his widow and father, two sisters, Bernadine and Leota Halligan both of here; two brothers, Ivan also of Lone Tree, and Carroll of Muscatine.He was preceded in death by his mother and a brother. Burial will be in the Lone Tree cemetery.


Name: MYRTLE GLADYS HALLING
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Funeral Card
In Loving Memory of Myrtle Gladys HALLING. Born September 28, 1910. Died February 15, 1999. Daughter of August and Libbey REEVES-BROSSART. Married to George V. HALLING on October 17, 1937. Mother to Robert, William and Mary Ann (EINIYAH). Services were held Thursday, February 18, 1999 at Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home with Rev. Paul Nelson, officiating. Pallbearers were Ray Fromer, Ralph Fromer, Robert HALLING, Dean Garvin, Larry BROSSART and Tarry BROSSART. Interment was made in Harker Cemetery.


Name: JOSEPH H. HALLMARK
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Newspaper Unknown
EAST MOLINE - Joseph H. HALLMARK, 87, formerly of East Moline and Muscatine, died Sunday at the Clinton Retirement Village, Clinton. Graveside services will be Thursday at Sweet Home Cemetery Rural Guntersville, Ala. Private family visitation was Monday evening at the Trimble Funeral Home, Moline. --- Mr. HALLMARK was born Sept. 30, 1901, in Marshall County, Ala. He married Clara ROBINSON on June 2, 1926, in Alabama; she died Sept. 10, 1941. He was a self employed businessman and merchant in Alabama and Muscatine, and had owned and operated Joe’s Roller Rink in Muscatine for 10 years. --- He is survived by three daughters, JoAnn HEATH-McINTIRE of West Liberty; Mrs. Robert (Helen M.) STAMMER of Clinton; and Mrs. Bert (Juanita) CHELF of Moline; 17 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; one sister, Emma Jane BOLDING of Gadsden, Ala.; and two brothers, D. C. OF Guntersville, and Elvin of New Boston, Ill.


Name: WILLLIAM S. HALSTEAD
Submitted by: Norma Rogers for the Webmaster
Date Submitted: September 25, 2004
Source of Obituary: "THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, March 6, 1911, page 7
WILLIAM HALSTEAD---- WILLIAM HALSTEAD HAS PASSED AWAY ------------ AGED MAN SUCCUMBED TO ILLS DUE TO OLD AGE ------------ Death Occurred Last Evening at Home of Son, Dr. F. R. Halstead, at 1101 East Front Street ------------ At the home of his son, Dr. F. R. Halstead, at 1101 East Front Street, at 6:30 o'clock last evening, occurred the death of William S. Halstead, for many years a prominent and esteemed resident of this city. His death was due to a general breakdown, due to old age.. His condition has been quite serious for some time and his departure from this life was not unexpected. Mr. Halstead resided in Muscatine for more than a half century and during that entire time he enjoyed the respect of a large acquaintance. He was born in Elizabethport, N. J., on June 8, 1836, and came to Muscatine in 1856. He was united in marriage in this city to Miss Louise Eberhart, who preceded him in death forty years ago. Mr. Halstead was a painter and decorator for almost sixty years, having learned that trade in New York City. He was a member of the Eagle Lodge No. 10, A. O. U. W., and was for years a member of the Masonic fraternity. He is survived by three children---George W. Halstead, of Manette, Wash.; Mrs. J. O. Martin, of Minneapolis, and Dr. Halstead, of this city. The funeral services will be held on Tuesday afternoon at the home. and will be private. It is also requested that no flowers be sent. Dr. J. N. Elliott, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will conduct the service.


Name: FRANCIS HAMILTON
Submitted by: Norma Rogers for the Webmaster
Date Submitted: July 10, 2004
Source of Obituary: "THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, January 23, 1911, page 2
FRANCIS HAMILTON PASSED AWAY SATURDAY EVENING AT SON'S HOME---- Heart Failure Cause of Death, Which Was Very Sudden---- Father of Dan Hamilton---- At the home of his son, S. A. D. Hamilton, 607 East Eighth street, at 6:30 o'clock Saturday evening, occurred the death of Francis Hamilton, the father of ex-Congressman Dan Hamilton, of Sigourney, Iowa. His death was due to heart failure and was very sudden. Leaving the supper table he walked into the sitting room of the home and as he sat down into a chair he was stricken and died almost instantly. Although Mr. Hamilton resided in Muscatine but a short time, still he was quite well known, and the announcement of his death brought sorrow to many. Mr. Hamilton attained the age of 86 years, and despite his long life, was active, and retained much of the vigor of his earlier years. Shortly before he was stricken he was discussing the details of a proposed trip to Canada with his son. The life of the deceased was one of great activity, and his life was a remarkable one in many respects. Ten children, 52 grandchildren, and 20 great-grandchildren survive the departed. The death of his wife was the first and only to occur in the family previous to the loss Saturday evening. Mr. Hamilton who was a native of Maryland, as an early pioneer emigrated west in 1845, going from Maryland to Illinois, and from there to Kansas and finally in Iowa settling near Thornburg. He was born in Washington county, Maryland, October 29, 1824. He removed to Muscatine about a year ago and since that time he had made his home with his son. He is survived by the following children : Mrs. Mary Wolf, Moravia, Ia.; Dr. J. D. Hamilton, Douglas, Kansas; Mrs. Sarah Corey, Des Moines; George W. Hamilton, Peonia, Col.; S. A. D. Hamilton, of Muscatine; Dr. C. M. Hamilton, of Thornburg; Mrs. Jennie Gibbons, of Des Moines; Mrs. Della Wrigley, of Fremont, Iowa; ex-Congressman Daniel W. Hamilton, of Sigourney, Ia.; and Mrs. Mary Snyder, of Sigourney. He is also survived by 52 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. He was a lifetime member of the Christian church and always took an active part on the work. The remains of Mr. Hamilton were taken to Thormburg, Iowa, this morning, at which place the funeral will be held from the Christian church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. D. Hamilton and daughter, Miss Nellie, accompanied the remains to Thornburg.


Name: CLAUS HAMMANN
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa, Newspaper Date Unknown
Funeral services for Claus HAMMANN of 516 Lorenz street, who died suddenly at his home Thursday, will be held Saturday at the Zion Lutheran church with the Rev. Hartwig Harms, in charge. --- He was born Aug. 3, 1871 in Germany, the son of John and Anna HAMMAN. He was Married to Marguerite TRIPMACKER in Germany on April 21, 1895. --- Surviving are his wife, five sons, five daughters, 25 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Sons include Henry, John, Paul, Charlie and August HAMMANN, all of Muscatine. Daughters surviving are Mrs. Albert NOLL, Muscatine; Mrs. Ralph NOLL, Atalissa; Mrs. Oren HIME, West Liberty; Mrs. Gerald METZGER, Muscatine, and Mrs. John WEDINGER, Muscatine. --- He was preceded in death by his parents, two sons, three daughters, four brothers and two sister. The body is at the Geo. M. Wittich funeral home. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery.


Name: DONALD HAMMOND
Submitted by: Denise and Norma for the webmaster
Date Submitted: Tuesday, March 7, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Friday, March 1, 1985, page 2A
DONALD J. HAMMOND, 66, 34 Debbie Ave., died Thursday morning at Muscatine General Hospital. Services will be Saturday at the Ralph J. Wittich Funeral Home. The Rev. Donald Loots will officiate. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Hammond was born August 12, 1918 at Cotter, a son of James and Mattie Gentzler Hammond. He had lived here for most of his life. He married Karen Manley June 22, 1942, at Canton, Mo. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of Zion Lutheran Church. He was a retired employee of Prime Mover. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Jim Hammond and Larry Hammond, both of Muscatine; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by one brother.


Name: MARGARETTE ELIZABETH HAMMANN
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa (written in ink; 10 Dec 1958)
Rites were conducted Tuesday at Zion Lutheran church for Mrs. Margarette Elizabeth HAMMANN, 81, who died Saturday at the Hershey Convalescent Home. The Rev. Everett I. Hageman, pastor of the church, officiated. Flower Attendants were Geraldine HAMMANN, Mrs. Curtis Kerschinske, Alice NOLL and Mrs. Richard Kemper. Pallbearers included Clarence and Harold HAMMANN, Richart METZGER and Marvin, Alfred and Donald NOLL. Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery, under the direction of the Geo. M. Wittich Funeral Home.


Name: JOHN G. HAMPE
Submitted by: Norma Rogers for the Webmaster
Date Submitted: October 15, 2004
Source of Obituary: "THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Tuesday, October 10, 1911, page 7
JOHN G. HAMPE----- J. HAMPE DIES AT HERSHEY HOSPITAL ------------ DEATH FOLLOWS ILLNESS OF MORE THAN A YEAR ------------ Well Known Citizen Succumbs To Protracted Disease--Was A Pioneer Harness-Maker ------------ A pioneer resident of this city and in the harness business here for a period of many years, John G. Hampe, 75 years old, following a lingering illness, died at the Hershey Hospital last night at 10 o'clock, death being caused by a complication of diseases. He was a patient at the institution, where death occurred, for more than a year. The deceased had been a partner of his brother, Charles, in the Hampe Brothers Harness shop, an establishment well know in this city and county. His brother is the only close male surviving relative. A sister, Mrs. Te Strake, residing in Bloomington township, is the only other survivor. The body, which had reposed at the Meyers & Gettert undertaking establishment over night, was sent to the J. W. Te Strake residence in Bloomington township this morning. Burial will take place from the home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Dr. J. N. Elliott, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, and Dr. J. B. Smith, pastor of the First Baptist church, will conduct the services.. Mr. Hampe was a native of Amsterdam, Holland, having been born there on September 8, 1836. He was a resident of Muscatine since April, 1855, beginning in the harness business at once. After an apprenticeship of four years and six subsequent years as a journeyman harness maker, he opened his own shop in partnership with his brother, Charles. Both retired from active business in 1902.


Name: GEORGE HAMPTON
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Newspaper Unknown, (written in ink; 5-12-67)
ALEDO - George HAMPTON, 78, of Eliza, died Friday at his farm. The son of Henry and Ersula HESSER-HAMPTON, he was born Aug. 7, 1888 in Drury township. He married Sarah ZIMMERMAN on Oct. 26, 1916 in Chicago. The couple farmed all of their married life in the Eliza community. --- Mr. HAMPTON was a protestant faith, a member of the Mercer county Farm Bureau, a former school director in Eliza township, and a member of the Modern Woodmen of America. --- Survivors include his wife of Eliza; two sons, Virgil of Eliza and David of Aledo; two daughters, Mrs. Ella May CASTOR of Edgington and Mrs. Darlene JONES of Aledo; six brothers, William of Aledo, Fred of Blandinsville, Ill., Clyde of Storm Lake, Ia., Lloyd of Muscatine, Leon of Eliza and Earl of Taylor Ridge; and four sisters, Mrs. Florence HUDSON of Aledo, Mrs. Eloise WELCH of Joy, Mrs. Lida CARNAGEY of Oakville and Mrs. Flossie THORNBERG of Edgington. Nine grandchildren and one great-granddaughter also survive. One brother and one sister are dead. --- Funeral services will be held Sunday at at the Riser chapel in Aledo with Rev. James Hancock, pastor of the Joy and Eliza Methodist churches, officiating. Interment will be at the Eliza Creek cemetery.


Name: URSULA SARAH HAMPTON
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Newspaper Unknown (written in pencil; Sept. 25, 1955)
Eliza, Ill. - Mrs. Ursula Sarah HAMPTON, 85, who spent most of her life in this area died Sunday at her home. The body was removed to the Owen Funeral home at Joy. Funeral services for Mrs. HAMPTON will be held Wednesday in the Eliza Community church. Burial will be in the Eliza Creek cemetery. --- A daughter of John C. and Eliza REYNOLDS-HESSER, Mrs. HAMPTON was born Aug. 20, 1870 in Drury township, Illinois. Her marriage to the late Henry HAMPTON took place Nov. 18, 1887, at Muscatine. --- Survivors include seven sons, George of New Boston, William of Aledo, Lloyd of Muscatine, Fred of Colchester, Ill., Clyde at home, Leon of New Bost3n and Earl of Milan; five daughters: Mrs. Nola LIEBIG of Joy, Mrs. Owen HUDSON of Viola, Mrs. John WELCH, Jr., of New Bosten, Mrs. Orley CARNAGEY of Oakville and Mrs. Noah THORNBURG of New Bosten; three sisters Mrs. Jess MILTON of Edgington, Mrs. Alva MILLS of Muscatine and Mrs. Anna BEENEY of Illinois City; and one brother, Harry HESSER of Moline. Her husband and one son, Carl, preceded her in death.


Name: ARLO ROSWELL HANBY
Submitted by: Norma Rogers for the Webmaster
Date Submitted: September 25, 2004
Source of Obituary: "THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, March 6, 1911, page 4
ARLO ROSWELL HANBY----- HANBY BABE DIED THIS MORNING ------------ Only Child of Mr.and Mrs. R. W. Succumbs after Illness of Three Weeks ------------ Arlo Roswell, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Hanby, died this morning at 4 o'clock at their residence, 511 East Sixth street, after an illness of little more than three weeks duration. The child has been afflicted with whooping cough and bronchitis and the complications of the diseases was too much for the frail little body to withstand. The babe lacked four days of being eleven months old. The funeral will be held from the residence tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock and interment will be made at the Greenwood cemetery.


Name: WANDA LAVONE HANES
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Tuesday, January 4, 2005
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, December 27, 2004, page 5A
Wanda Hanes------ ADEL, Iowa -- Wanda Lavone Hanes, 84, Adel, died Saturday, Dec. 25, 2004, of lung cancer. Mrs. Hanes was born March 29, 1920. She married Roger A. Hanes in 1941. She graduated from Grand Junction High School in 1938. She attended beauty school and worked as a beautician after graduation. She loved music and expressed this love by playing with her husband's band. While wintering in Weslaco, Texas, she also played drums with a Texas swing band. She loved all kinds of music. Survivors include her husband; five children, Connie Ann Hanes of Muscatine, Roger T. Hanes of Norman, Okla., Norma Pohlad of Bellevue, Neb., Susan Handy of Richmond, Ky., and Jim Hanes of Adel; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and a sister, Maxine Teeters of Grand Junction. -----Submitters' Note: I'm not relation.


Name: ERMA A. HANK
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Friday, September 2, 2005 6:28 AM
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, August 31, 2005
Erma Hank------- MUSCATINE, Iowa - Erma A. Hank, 84, Muscatine, died Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005, at Lutheran Homes. Casket bearers are Jacob Braun, Samuel Braun, Martin Braun, Aaron Braun, Michael Braun, Jeff Sachs and Steve Sachs. Mrs. Hank was born Dec. 30, 1920, in Muscatine, the daughter of William and Freda Hintermeister Reddick. She married Harold W. Hank on May 6, 1939, in Kahoka, Mo. He preceded her in death Aug. 24, 1987. She provided care for elderly people in nursing homes for many years. Survivors include a daughter, Joyce Sachs and husband Carl of Muscatine; three grandchildren, Pamela Braun and husband Michael of Columbus Junction, Jeff Sachs and wife Pat of Duluth, Ga. and Steve Sachs of North Liberty; seven great-grandchildren, Alexandra Braun, Jacob Braun, Samuel Braun, Martin Braun, Aaron Braun, Parker Sachs and Morgan Sachs; and a brother, Junior S. Reddick of Muscatine. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; and a great-grandson, David Sachs.


Name: CLELL RAYMOND HANKINS
Submitted by: the Webmaster
Date Submitted: July 29, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, July 21, 1958, page 10
Columbus Junction----Clell Raymond Hankins, 55, of Columbus Junction, was found dead on his lawn about 1:45 p.m. Sunday, by Mr. and Mrs. Orville Collier, who are neighbors. Louisa county coroner Vic Stacy, who was called to the scene, said Mr. Hankins died of a heart attack while mowing his lawn. The Colliers were driving past the Hankins farm when they noticed a power mower on its side and still running. THe body was taken to the Stephens Funeral Home here. Services will be Tuesday. Mr. Hankins and his brother, Glen, operated the Hankins Garage here. The brother is the only immediate survivor. A son of George W. and Cordelia Brown Hankins, he was born Oct. 4, 1902, in Cedar township near Letts. He attended school at Letts, moving here in about 1924.


Name: CHARLES P. HANLEY
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa (written in ink; Dec 28, 1967)
Charles P. (Chap) HANLEY, 89, died today at Lighthouse Point, Fla. --- HANLEY was a former city attorney, served on various official boards, and was active in working for Mississippi river levee improvement projects. --- HANLEY gained national recognition as the winner of innumerable trophies a s a motorboat racing driver. He was a familiar figure throughout most of his lifetime in the various local, regional, national, and international organizations of that violent sport. --- Born in Muscatine on Jan. 24, 1878, Charles P. HANLEY was the son of John R. and Kate RHODES-HANLEY. Mr. HANLEY received his degree from the University of Iowa Law School in 1900, and joined his father and brother in practice here. His brother, the late Joe R. HANLEY, later served as Lt. Governor of New York during the administration of Thomas Dewey. --- “Chap” HANLEY served four years as the Muscatine City attorney, and was one of the early members of the municipal light and water board of trustees. He resigned this year as a member of the Muscatine Levee Improvement Commission, a board on which he had served for 30 years. He had worked with local, state and national officials to gain levee improvements, and Muscatine’s Riverside park was a project to which he had devoted much personal attention. --- Mr. HANLEY became a hydroplane race driver in 1912 and won dozens of trophies and cups in races run throughout the United states. He was one of the organizers and was the first commodore of the Mississippi Valley Power Boat Association, and was first president of the International Power Boat Union. --- He was a life member of the Muscatine Power Boat Club, and an honorary life member of the Elks lodge. He was a former president of the Muscatine County Bar Association, and several years ago received the Good Government award from the Muscatine Jaycees. --- Mr. HANLEY is survived by his widow, Mrs. Anita HANLEY, and several nieces and nephews. His first wife, the former Ethel SALISBURY, died in 1949. Services are pending at the Fairbanks home for funeral in Muscatine. ---------------------(written in ink; 1-2-1968) ---- Funeral services for Charles P. HANLEY were held today at the Fairbanks Chapel. Rev. Lawrence Stumme of the Lutheran Homes was the officiating pastor. Pallbearers were A. Wayne Eckhardt, Harvey Allbee, Sr., Robert Wilson, Gary Woodward, Elmer Bloom, Jr., and Robert Petersen. Honorary bearers were M. L. Sutton, Arthur Jannssen, Nathan Grant, Lowell D. Phelps, James R. Havercamp, R. K. Stohr, Clay LeGrand, Fred Schwengle, Clarence Schmarje, Lee Osborn, David Stanley, Richard Drake, and Edward S. Burns. Interment was at Greenwood cemetery.


Name: ARTHUR C. HANSEN
Submitted by: the Webmaster
Date Submitted: July 29, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Tuesday, January 3, 1961, front page
Retired Local Manufacturer Hansen Dies----Arthur C. Hansen, 79, of Hotel Muscatine, retired general manager of Huttig Manufacturing Co., of Muscatine and a honorary member of the board of directors of Muscatine Bank and Trust Co., died at 4:45 a.m. today at River View Heights Nursing Home, after an extended illness. Mr. Hansen came to Muscatine Sept. 1, 1938, as general manager of the Huttig Manufacturing Co., after previous service as general manager of the Rock Island Millwork Co. He had been identified with the millwork industry for 58 years at the time he retired from active management of the Huttig firm. He was born June 9, 1881 at Rock Island, a son of Christian and Anna Hansen. He married Marie A. Grotjan Oct. 12, 1905 at Rock Island. Mr. Hansen was a member of the First United Presbyterian church of Muscatine. He was a member of the Rock Island Masonic lodge, the Commandery at Rock Island, Consistory at Moline, and of Kaaba Shrine at Davenport. While at Rock Island he had served as a director of the YMCA, as a director of the Rock Island Bank and Trust Co., and as a trustee and treasurer of Broadway Presbyterian church. He is survived by a son Frederick A. Hansen of Rock Island; a daughter, Mrs. Louise A. Froschauer of Harvey, Ill., a brother, Henry H. Hansen of Urbana, Ill., and two grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, two brothers and a sister. Funeral services will be Thursday by Dr. Dan Long of Broadway Presbyterian church at the Knox-Larsen Funeral Home, Rock Island, where the body will remain pending services. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery, Rock Island.


Name: CHRISTIAN HANSEN
Submitted by: the Webmaster
Date Submitted: Thursday, June 22, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, October 30, 1916, page 2
PROMINENT WILTON FARMER SUCCUMBS----Confined At Hershey Hospital For Ten Days---Was a Native Of Denmark-----After an illness of considerable duration and confinement at Hershey hospital for the past ten days, Christian Hansen, prominent farmer of near Moscow, succumbed at the hospital last evening. His demise was not wholly unexpected. Complications is given as the cause of his death. He was 38 years of age. Christian Hansen was born in Denmark on August 6, 1878, the son of Peter H. and Anna K. Hansen. He has lived in the country for a number of years, having been located on a farm near Moscow for several years. The funeral will be held from the home of the deceased in Moscow township at 12:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Interment will be made in the Wilton cemetery.------"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Tuesday, October 31, 1916, page 10------HANSEN FUNERAL HELD AT NOON----Funeral services over the remains of Christian Hansen, prominent Moscow farmer, who succumbed to complications at Hershey hospital Saturday evening, were held from the Hansen home near Moscow at 12:30 o'clock this noon. The body was removed to Wilton and interment was made in the Wilton cemetery.


Name: DARLENE HANSEN
Submitted by: June Welsch
Date Submitted: Friday, August 26, 2005 10:30 AM
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, January 31, 2005
Darlene Hansen----- RIVERSIDE, Iowa -- Darlene Hansen, 76, Riverside, died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005, at Lantern Park Care Center, Coralville, after an extended illness. Carol Kaalberg will officiate the services. Casket bearers are Noel Hansen, Tim Hansen, Nick Hansen, Scott Brouillard, Dwight Younkin and Linda Younkin. Burial will be at Riverside Public Cemetery, Riverside. Mrs. Hansen was born Feb. 17, 1928, in Muscatine the daughter of Samuel and Zelma Michael Evans. She was married to Merlyn George Hansen. They later divorced. She was a homemaker all her life. She enjoyed sewing, gambling, going to the Riverboat Casinos and doing puzzles. Survivors include four sons, Michael Paul Hansen of Oklahoma City, Okla., Timothy Lynn Hansen of Richfield, Minn., Merlyn Noel Hansen of Van Horne and Eric Neal Hansen of Minnesota; two daughters, Glenna Atkins of Flagstaff, Ariz., and Debra Ann Draper of Coralville; two sisters, Irene Watson of Riverside and Fern Lewis of Washington; and seven grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; a granddaughter, LaTasha Nicole Hughes; five brothers, Henry Evans, Elmer Evans, Ernest Evans, Marion Evans and Orville Evans; and two sisters, Lena Peterson and Margaret Palmer. -----Submitters' Note: No Relation


Name: ELLA K. HANSEN
Submitted by: jiwelsch
Date Submitted: Friday, January 7, 2005
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Friday, December 3, 2004, page 5A
Ella Hansen------ MARGATE, Fla. - Ella K. Hansen, 94, Margate, formerly of Davenport, died Monday, Nov. 29, 2004, in Margate. Mrs. Hansen was born Jan. 31, 1910, in Maysville, the daughter of George and Bertha Musal Harder. She married Harold M. Hansen in 1942 in Chicago, Ill. He preceded her in death Dec. 12, 1979. Survivors include the Harder, McAfee, Palmer, Potter, Jessen and Leuenhagen families. She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters and brothers. ------Submitters' Note: I'm no relation.


Name: HANS O. HANSEN
Submitted by: the Webmaster
Date Submitted: Thursday, June 22, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, July 21, 1958, page 10
HANS O. HANSEN-----Rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Ralph J. Wittich Funeral Home for Hans O. Hansen, 86, resident of the Muscatine community for the past 50 years, who died at 3:05 p.m. Sunday at the Hershey Convalescent Home. The Rev. Everett I. Hageman, pastor of Zion Lutheran church, will officiate. Burial will be at the Oakdale cemetery, Wilton. The son of Peder and Ane Krog Hansen, he was born March 2, 1872, at Mars, Denmark. His marriage to Amalia Ovesen took place March 2, 1915, at Davenport. He was a member of Zion Lutheran church. Mr. Hansen was a retired farmer. Survivors include two sons, Wallace Hansen, rural route 2, and H. Henry Hansen, Muscatine; four daughters, Mrs. George Cawiezell and Mrs. Glenn Garvin, Muscatine, Mrs. Stuart Phillips, Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Paul Carter, Rock Island; two brothers, Martin and Jens Hansen, Wilton; two sisters, Mrs. Kirsten Oveson and Mrs. Marie Steffen, Wilton; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his wife, one brother and one sister.-----"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Wednesday, July 23, 1958, page 2-----HANS O. HANSEN-----Services were conducted at 2 p.m. today at the Ralph J. Wittich Funeral Home for Hans O. Hansen, 86, whose death occurred Sunday at the Hershey Convalescent Home. The Rev. Everett I. Hageman, pastor of Zion Lutheran church, officiated. Organ music was played by Mrs. Wayne Hetzer. Casket bearers included H. W. Ovesen, Alfred Hansen, Dale Ovesen, Ernest Hansen, Harold Ovesen and Pete Beck. Burial was at the Oakdale cemetery at Wilton.


Name: JENS H. HANSEN
Submitted by: the Webmaster
Date Submitted: July 30, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Friday, January 3, 1964, page 10
Jens Hansen----WILTON.---Funeral services for Jens H. Hansen, 83, were held at the Gill Memorial Home Thursday afternoon, Jan. 2, with Rev. Phillip P. Brunn officiating. Mrs. Dean Smith was the organist and Max Lauser the vocalist. Pallbearers were his grandsons, Steven Treiber, Michael J. Hain, Rex Hansen, David Treiber, Graig Hansen, Terry Hansen, and Randall Hansen. Honorary pallbearers were Bruce Hansen, Marc Hansen and Joel Hansen. Interment was in Davenport Memorial Park under the direction of Gill Memorial Home. Mr. Hansen died at the Wilton Nursing Home Tuesday, Dec. 31.


Name: LOUIE HANSEN
Submitted by: the Webmaster
Date Submitted: July 30, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, August 31, 1970, page 13
LOUIE HANSEN---WEST BRANCH---Funeral services were held today at the Bethany Lutheran Church in West Branch for Louie Hansen, 82, who died Saturday morning at Muscatine General Hospital following an extended illness. Rev. Marvin Enan and Rev. Leon Knitt officiated at the services. Burial was in the West Branch cemetery under the direction of the Barker Funeral Home. Born Sept. 24, 1888 in Denmark, Mr. Hansen came to the United States in 1907. He married Mae Madsen, July 18, 1918 at Mason City. Mr. Hansen was a veteran of World War I and a 50 year member of Chauncey Butler American Legion at West Branch. He had farmed in the West Branch area until his retirement in 1954. Survivors are one son, Chesley Hansen of Iowa City and one daughter, Mrs. Mareda Ewalt of Storm Lake; also six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, one son, and several brothers and sisters.


Name: MARTIN HANSEN
Submitted by: the Webmaster
Date Submitted: August 16, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Saturday, July 29, 1972, page 9
MARTIN HANSEN----WILTON---Funeral services for Martin Hansen, 88, of Wilton, will be conducted Monday at the Wilton Zion Lutheran church with Rev. Garth Baker officiating. Burial will be in the Oakdale Cemetery with the Griffith Funeral Home in charge. Hansen died at 3 p.m. Friday at his home following a lengthy illness. Born Dec. 20, 1883, in Mors, Denmark, he was the son of Peter Larson and Anna Krog Have. He was a resident here for 67 years. Mr. Hansen married the former M. Marie Ovesen on Feb. 16, 1909 in Wilton and was a retired farmer. He was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church of Wilton. Surviving are two sons, Alfred P. and Frank W. Hansen, both of Wilton; one sister, Mrs. Kirsten Ovesen, of Wilton; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, parents, three brothers and two sisters.


Name: WALLACE E. HANSEN
Submitted by: the Webmaster
Date Submitted: July 30, 2006
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Thursday, January 31, 1985, page 2A
Wallace Hansen----Wallace E. Hansen, 68, 1558 Washington St., died early today at his home. Services will be Saturday at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home. The Rev. Donald Loots, Zion Lutheran Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Hansen was born April 9, 1916, at Wilton, a son of Hans and Amelia Ovesen Hansen. He had lived in the area for most of his life. On Oct. 30, 1939, he married Dorothy V. Mills at Muscatine. He was a member of the Moose Lodge and Zion Lutheran Church in Wilton. He farmed until 1962; then worked at Gremmel's prior to his retirement. He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Richard (Patricia) Kintzel and Mrs. Ron (Linda) Frieden, both of Muscatine; one brother, Henry Hansen, Muscatine; four sisters, Mrs. Ann Cawiezell, Davenport; Mrs. Stuart (Bernice) Phillips, Kansas City; Mrs. Glen (June) Garvin, Muscatine; Mrs. Odetta Carter, Rock Island; and six grandchildren.----"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, February 4, 1985, page 2A----Wallace Hansen---Services for Wallace E. Hansen, 68, were held Saturday at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home. The Rev. Donald Loots of the Zion Lutheran Church officiated. Mrs. Florence Hetzler was organist. Pallbearers were Larry Hurst, Ron Lenz, Ivan Lenz, Joe Holcomb, Jerry Mills and Kevin Schneider. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Hansen died Thursday at his home.


Name: EMMA J. HANSON
Submitted by Mary E Boyer (of no relation).
Date submitted: January 10, 2008
Source of Obituary: Muscatine, Iowa (written in ink; died - 7 June 1939) Miss Emma J. HANSON, 69, died Wednesday at her home, 319 Grandview avenue. The daughter of John and Caroline HANSON, she was born Aug. 9, 1869, at the home on Grandview avenue. She was the last surviving member of her family, and was a member of the Mulford Congregational church. --- Surviving are a niece sand two nephews, Miss Edna HANSON and Clarence HANSON, 311 Chestnut street, and Harold HANSON, 1006 Reed Street. Her parents, one sister, and three brothers preceded her in death. --- Funeral services will be held Friday at the Hoffman Funeral church. --------------(written in ink; 9 June 1939)------- Funeral services for Miss Emma J. HANSON were held today at the Hoffman Funeral church with the Rev. D. R. Anderson, pastor of the Mulford Congregational church, officiating. Burial was in Greenwood cemetery. Pallbearers were George Elfers, Clarence Oppelt, Albert Reynolds, Clarence HANSON, Harold HANSON and Robert HANSON. Those in charge of flowers were Mrs. Blanche Umlandt, Mrs. Adelaide Stocker, Mrs. Anna Lemkau and Mrs. Elizabeth Beitel.


Name: ALLEGRA J. HANSFORD
Submitted by: Denise and Norma for the webmaster
Date Submitted: Saturday, March 19, 2005
Source of Obituary:"THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL", Muscatine, Iowa, Monday, January 15, 2001, page 5A
ALLEGRA HANSFORD------Muscatine, Iowa---Allegra J. Hansford, 85, of Muscatine, died Saturday, Jan 13, 2001, at her home. Services will be Tuesday at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home. The Rev. Michael Bales of the Assembly of God Church will officiate. Pallbearers will be grandsons, Perry Anderson, Lonny Hansford, Matthew Hansford, William Canady, Marvin Franklin and Mark Franklin. Honorary pallbearers will be Steven Canady and Mason Franklin. Vocalists will be great-granddaughters, Amber and Autum Hansford. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Hansford was born, Jan. 10, 1916, in Burlington, the daughter of William W. and Anna E. Tisor Wilson. Allegra was joined in marriage to Ferrell Hansford in West Plains, Missouri on Jan. 10, 1934. Mrs. Hansford was a member of the First Assembly of God church. She was a Sunday School teacher for 35 years while attending the Glad Tidings Church. She held Bible study in her home for several years and also enjoyed the children and teens of the church. She lead a girls club. Her everyday enjoyments were gardening, flowers, birds and quilting. Survivors include three daughters, Cleta A. Anderson and her husband, Glen, Mona F. Anderson and her husband, Robert, and Dorothy J. Franklin and her husband Marvin, all of Muscatine; a son Billy M. Hansford and his wife Zelpha, of Letts; 14 grandchildren; six step-grandchildren and many great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband in 1981; a daughter, Donna Gene Hansford; two great-grandsons; a sister and three brothers.


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