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Bertha M. Struve

Palo-Bertha M. Struve, age 80 died Wednesday evening, April 6, 2005 at the Vinton Lutheran Home where she had been a resident since February 11th.

Funeral services will be held at 1;00 p.m. Monday, April 11, 2005 at Phillips Funeral Home Chapel in Vinton Interment will be held at Oakwood Cemetery in Shellsburg...

She is survived by her husband, Bill, her son Lary (Nancy) Adair of Palo, Martin Wilkinson of Coggon, Phillip Redbone (Diane) Wilinson of Brandon, Dennis Struve of Palo, and Kevin (Mary) Struve of Vinton; her daughter, Rhonda F. (Bruce) Purcell of Van Horne; several grand and great-grandchildren, her brothers, Marvin (Imogene) Adair of Central City, Wayne (Georgia) Adair of Cedar Rapids; two sisters, Eunice (Robert) Boxa of Mount Vernon, and Elsie Kerkman of Walker; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, an infant son preceded her in death.

{Submitter comment: Clipping by Martha Long
Birth: Mar. 7, 1925
Linn County
Iowa, USA}

Submitted on 02-Mar-2010 by
Sheryl Mason Reynolds,

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Waterloo Daily Courier; July 2, 1945

Ruby Dee Struve

Vinton - Mrs. Frank Struve, 45, Saturday at her home from complications; had been ill since last November; nee Ruby Dee Byous, Feb. 17, 1900, at St. Joseph, Mo., to Mr. and Mrs. William S. Byous; married Apr. 9, 1923 at Waterloo, to Frank Struve; leaves husband; five children, Mrs. Dean Grimm, Keystone; Bernice Struve, at home, Glenroy, seaman first class in the navy somewhere in the Pacific; Weldon Roy and Kenneth Earl, at home; also the following brothers and sister, E. A. Byous and W. E. Byous, St. Joseph, Mo.; Mrs. Charles Goodwin, Dysart; Mrs. Homer Coots, Mt. Auburn and Mrs. Helen Sterner, Independence; receded in death by one son in infancy; her parents and two sisters and one brother; family moved from the Mt. Auburn community about four years ago; was a member of the Mt. Auburn Church of Christ and the Navy Mothers club and American Legion auxiliary of Mt. Auburn; funeral Monday at Mt. Auburn.

{Submitter comment: Not related}

Submitted on 29-Jun-2008 by
John Shuck,

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