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Zalme, John 1905-1966

ZALME, BROECK

Posted By: Wilma J. Vande Berg - volunteer (email)
Date: 4/21/2021 at 18:49:18

Zalme, John born 29 Oct 1905 New Jersy died Jan 11, 1966 buried Alton IA

Parents William Antonie Zalme born 1 Jan 1880 Hyde Park NJ, and Jenette ‘Jennie’ Broeck born 6 Apr 1884 Netherlands died 28 Nov 1962 Orange City IA. The children listed were – Louisa 1904, John 1905 – 1966, William 1910, Marinus 1912, Gerald 1914, Fredrick 1916, Andrew 1919, Charles 1921 and Annie 1926

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Alton Democrat of Jan 13, 1966
Death took Johna Zalme 60, Tuesday morning, Jan. 11 at his home in Alton. His body was found a 10:30 by his brother Bill after his return from an early morning trip to Minnesota with Ervin Herrig delivering feed.
John had been confined to the house or hospitalized for several years with heart attack but had been feeling well when his brother left, was partially dressed when found in the kitchen and had partaken of tea which Bill left for him.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 1:00 p.m. in the Reformed Church basement and at 1:30 in the church auditorium, with Rev. Greving officiating.

He was born Oct 29, 1905 at Paramus N. J. the second child of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Zalme. The family came to Alton in 1916 and John attended the public school with his brothers and sisters. He is survived by two sisters and six brothers. One sister died in infancy and his parents three years ago.
Survivors are Louise, Mrs. George Lyons of CA, William of Alton, Marinus of Chicago, Gerrit of Spokane,WA, Fred of Ireton, Andrew of Costa Mesa CA, Charles of Baltimore MD, Annie Mrs. Nick Jilderda of Sheldon. Charles is expected for the funeral Friday.

Although incapacitated by illness for some years, John formerly assisted his father in garden and other work and helped on farms. Of unfailing good nature, he was of a philosophical turn of mind and was always ready with a quip. He excelled in penmanship and at one time produced the sold beautifully written name and calling cards.

He will be missed by many. He was a faithful member of the local Reformed Church, C. E. and Sunday School. His associates and the entire community join in sympathy for the family.


 

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