Taylor County, Iowa Obituaries H-102 names

 

Haidsiak, Wayne Alfred (Jake) was born August 12, 1912 in Nuckolls County, NE. He was the son of John and Anna (Holmes) Haidsiak. On December 31, 1942, Wayne was united in marriage to grace Jean (Kettle) in Maryville, MO. Born to this union were Marilyn Kay, Carolyn May, and George Alan. Wayne farmed in Ringgold and Taylor Counties his entire life. He was a member of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Iowa for 60 plus years. He was also a
member of the Clearfield Lions and the Clearfield Methodist Church.
               Wayne ascended to heaven on Saturday, February 26, 2005 at
Clearview Home in Clearfield at the age of 92 years, 6 months, and
14 days. He was preceded in death by his parents, John & Anna
Haidsiak; brothers Frank and Max; sisters Helen (Hunter), Lucille
(Hammer) Nina (Dukes) Hazel Haidsiak, and Ethel Haidsiak.
               Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Jean and their children,
Kay (Jerry) Miles of Bennington, NE, Carolyn (Gary) Williams of
Marion , IA, and George (Sherry) Haidsiak of Clearfield, IA; 5
grandchildren, Terri Stevens, Mike Martin, Jim Williams, Mark
Williams and Jamie Haidsiak; 10 great grandchildren, Josh, Dusty,
Amanda, Chelsea, grace, Jacob, Tanner, Stephanie, Courtney, and
Tyler; sisters Vera Carson and Annabel Walkup, both of Redding;
sisters-in-law Lois Haidsiak of Bedford and Mabel smith of
Blockton, and brother-in-law Dale Kettle of Creston.
               Funeral services were held Wednesday March 2, 2005 at the
United Methodist Church in Clearfield, Iowa Burial at Rose Hill
Cemetery at Blockton, Iowa.
               Arrangements by Watson-Armstrong Funeral Home.

Hiatt, William "Johnny"
               William L. (Johnny) Hiatt, age 88, of the New Market, Gravity area, died Monday morning, May 2, 2005 at his home. Funeral services will be Thursday, May 5, at Eickemeyer Funeral Chapel at 10 a.m. with burial at the Tabor Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 4 at Eickemeyer Funeral Chapel.
               A full obituary will appear at a later date.

William L. (Johnnie) Hiatt, age 88 of the Gravity and New Market area passed away Monday morning, May 2, 2005 at his residence following a brief illness. He was born March 27, 1917 in Tabor, IA, the son of Everett LeRoy and Irene Isabelle (Timpson) Hiatt.
Johnnie attended country school through the eighth grade. On November 9, 1940 he was married to Delores May Wilson in Sidney, IA. Johnny served in the United States Army during World War II. He was a farmer his entire life. He was a fan of stock car racing, an avid square dancer, enjoyed playing cards and fishing. Most of all, he enjoyed family picnics and spending time with his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was a member of the Gravity American Legion Post #578 and the Church of Christ. Johnnie was preceded in death by his parents, one son, three brothers, two sisters and one grandson.

Survivors include his wife Delores of the home; children: Vernon Hiatt and his wife Gladius of New Market, IA, Carroll Hiatt and his wife Marilyn of Bedford, A. Harrell Hiatt and his wife Margaret of Casper, WY, Gailen Hiatt and his wife Sharlene of Canon City, CO, Joyce (Hiatt) Zurmuehlen and her husband Jim of Gravity, IA; Larry Hiatt and his wife Teresa of Clarinda, IA, Laura (Hiatt) Johnson and her husband Gail of Corning, IA: 16 grandchildren; 24 great grandchildren; three sisters-in-law; along with a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held Thursday, May 5,2005 at Eickemeyer Funeral Chapel in Clarinda with Rev. Lowell Schaaf officiating. Burial was in the Tabor Cemetery, Tabor, IA with Military Rites by the Tabor V.F.W. Post #7064 and the Gravity American Legion #578. Visitation with the family was held Wednesday evening at Eickemeyer Funeral Chapel in Clarinda. In lieu of flowers, memorials were directed to the Gravity American Legion Post #578. Eickemeyer Funeral Chapel of Clarinda was in charge of arrangements. BEDFORD TIMES-PRESS, Bedford, Iowa, May 11, 2005

 

Hanson, Lorence, age 91, passed away suddenly Tuesday afternoon, June 28, 2005, at his farm near New Market, Iowa with his spade in his hand doing the never ending battle of destroying noxious weeds growing on the land he so loved. Funeral services will be held 10:00 a.m., Friday, July 1, 2005, at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home, Clarinda, Iowa with Rev. Dan Wiebesiek officiating. Masonic services will be held 7:00 p.m. Thursday, June 30, 2005, at the funeral home with Nodaway Lodge #140 AF & AM, Don Humphrey WM and visitation with the family will follow until 8 p.m. Burial will be in Guss Cemetery, Guss, Iowa. Memorials may be directed to the Maple Grove United Methodist Church, Guss, Iowa or the New Market Civic Club. Walker-Merrick Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Lorence Evar Hanson was born on the family farm in Nodaway Township, Taylor County, Iowa, on April 5, 1914. He was the third of five children born to Henning and Lillian (Christell) Hanson. Lorence attended Fairview School through the eighth grade. Further education was denied this bright young boy as he was needed to assist his father and elder brother in the extensive family farm operation.
On May 23, 1940, he was united in marriage to Maxine Daugherty at the Lutheran church in Stanton, Iowa. He and his bride moved to the farm that adjoined that of his parents. To this union, one daughter, Brenda Jean was born.
This kind and gentle man was an excellent farmer, engaged in a diversified crop and livestock operation always keeping up with the latest technology available. Lorence loved the land, putting down deep roots and always striving to preserve the soil for later generations.
Lorence was a man of many interests. Friends and family were the recipients of many woodworking gifts so lovingly made. He was an avid fisherman, deer and pheasant hunter, and card player and community leader.
Lorence was a director of Glassgow School in Dallas Township, while daughter Brenda was in grade school. Later with the reorganization of the rural schools, he served many years on the Board of Directors of the New Market Community Schools.He served as a director of the Farmers Mutual Telephone Company for fifteen years as well as being treasurer of the Maple Grove Cemetery for eighteen years. He was a lifetime member of the Taylor County Museum serving as a director for many years. He also was a director of the New Market Low Rent Housing.
In the 1930's before mechanical corn pickers were prevalent, Lorence became proficient in corn husking, being Taylor County Champion in 1940. After semi-retiring in 1974 from active participation in farming and moving into New Market, he once again became active in the art of Corn Husking and was National Champion for three years. In the fall it was a frequent sight to see his brother, Dale, driving the tractor pulling the wagon as Lorence practiced this art. He remained a member of both the State and National Corn Husking Association.
Lorence was preceded in death by his parents, Henning and Lillian; his wife of over fifty nine years, Maxine; brother, Maurice; sisters, Dorothy Brummett and Arlene Orme. Lorence is survived by his daughter, Brenda Steeber and husband Roger of Coon Rapids, Minnesota; brother, Dale Hanson and wife Mary Etta of Clarinda, Iowa; sister-in-law, Velma Hanson of Diagonal, Iowa; five nephews; five nieces; and many, many friends.

 

Hutcheson, Alan, age 66, of New Market, Iowa, died Sunday, October 23, 2005, at the Clarinda Regional Health Center, Clarinda, Iowa.

Graveside memorial services will be held 11:00 A.M., Friday, October 28, 2005 at Memory Cemetery, New Market, Iowa with Pastor Russ Clark officiating. Family and friends will gather at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home at 10:00 A.M. prior to the service. A memorial will be established. Walker-Merrick Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Alan Jay Hutcheson was born May 2, 1939, at Sharpsburg, Iowa to Howard Hutcheson and Opal (Brown) Hutcheson . Alan was a graduate of Monterey California High School. He was united in marriage January 5, 1976 to Dixie Lee Robertson at Livingston, Montana. Alan was a truck driver for many years and his last employment was with Mid- West Viking. He enjoyed fishing, camping and his computer.

Alan was preceded in death by his parents and grandparents.

Survivors include his wife Dixie of New Market, Iowa; children, Kelly Lea McKee of Norwalk, Iowa, Curtis Hutcheson of Norwalk, Iowa, Misty Lewis and husband Chris of Neosho, Missouri; step children, Jill Kilcullen and husband Tom of Bedford, Iowa, Todd Anderson and wife Tammi of Muscatine, Iowa, Troy Anderson and wife Erica of San Antonio, Texas; grandchildren, Elijah McKee, Tyler McKee, Eric Lewis, Owen Lewis; step grandchildren, Alexandra Romines, Kelsi Gerels, Tyler Hough; brother, Gary Hutcheson and wife Julie of Oskaloosa, Iowa; sister, Kila Larsen and husband Leon of Yorktown, Iowa; nieces and nephews.

Hayes, Audrey, age 90, of Gladstone, Missouri, formerly of New Market, Iowa died Thursday, October 27, 2005 at Heritage Village, Gladstone, Missouri.

Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, November 1, 2005, at the United Methodist Church, New Market, Iowa with Reverend Dan Wiebesiek officiating. There will be open visitation at the funeral home after 1:00 p.m., Sunday, October 30, 2005.

Burial will be in the Memory Cemetery, New Market, Iowa. Memorials may be directed to New Market Methodist Church, New Market Civic Club, New Market Fire and Ambulance Department or to the New Market Community Center Building. Walker-Merrick Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Audrey Ellen Bennet Hayes was born September 26, 1915, at Leon, Iowa, to E.C. and Daisy (Stanford) Bennett. At the age of 5 she and her family moved to Shenandoah, Iowa.

In 1935, she was united in marriage to Thomas Hayes. To this union, one daughter, Carol, was born. Tom and Audrey celebrated 65 years of marriage. Audrey worked at McLellans in Shenandoah for 13 years. In 1947, they moved to a farm south of New Market, Iowa and later moved into New Market. Audrey worked at Holly Clark's grocery store for 5 years. Through the years Audrey was very active in Carol's school, Turner Club, Legion Auxiliary, Eastern Star and her church the Methodist Church at New Market. Audrey was always ready to help with church dinners and club dinners.

She was also always ready to help her granddaughter Julie with homework and made sure Julie always had the right dolls and pretty clothes to wear enjoyed taking her to help put Poppies on the graves for Legion Auxiliary on Memorial Day. Audrey always had time to show Tyler how to play cards and play dominos and make him pudding in little pink bowls. She was always interested in having Josh and Jordan make good grades and loved to watch Rylie play with her dolls and sing her school songs. She always had homemade chocolate cake for everyone. Audrey instilled in her family a love of neighbors, community and church.

Preceding Audrey in death were her parents; husband Tom; brothers: Ellary Bennett, Wilbur Bennett and sister, Louise. Survivors include her daughter, Carol Runyan and her husband Warren of Kansas City, Missouri; granddaughter, Julie Neville of Blue Springs, Missouri; grandson, Tyler Neville and wife Renita of Platte City, Missouri; great grandchildren, Joshua Walker, Jordan Neville, Rylie Neville; many nieces and nephews.

Cards may be sent to Carol and Warren at 5222 North East 44th Street Kansas City, Missouri 64117.

Holland,  Alma "Ruth," age 73, of Boone, Iowa formerly of Clarinda, Iowa died Monday, October 31, 2005, at the Eastern Star Masonic Home, Boone, Iowa.

Graveside services will be held 11:00 a.m., Friday, November 4, 2005 at Memory Cemetery, New Market, Iowa with Rev. John Clark officiating. Visitation with the family will be held 9:00 a.m. until service time at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home, Clarinda, Iowa. Burial will be in Memory Cemetery, New Market, Iowa. Memorials may be directed to the family to be used at their discretion. Walker-Merrick Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Alma "Ruth" Holland was born in Corning, Iowa on July 17, 1932, the daughter of William Holland and Zola (Herrick) Hewitt. She married Willie Holland on March 11, 1950 in Clarinda, Iowa. The couple lived in Clarinda and then in 1978, Ruth moved to Boone, Iowa. She was a nurse's aide and housekeeper at the Evangelical Free Church Home and the Eastern Star Home retiring in 1995. She also was a Foster Grandparent at Woodward State Hospital, Boone Head Start, and Franklin School in Boone.

She enjoyed cooking, sewing, watching T.V. and her grandchildren and their activities.
Ruth was preceded in death by her parents; husband; a daughter, Nancy Kroll; and two sons, Richard Holland and Gordon Holland.

She is survived by a son, Terry Holland; three daughters, Cheryl Lingelbach and husband Bob, Lisa Wetherby and husband John and Kathy Holland all of Boone, Iowa; a brother, Robert Hewitt and wife, Ruth of Springfield, Missouri; three sisters, Nadine Johnson and husband, Wayne of Villisca, Iowa, Lovona Moore and husband Bus of Hamburg, Iowa, and Phyllias Sidler of Corning, Iowa; ten grandchildren; and five great grandchildren.

 

Hinton, James Livingston - OBITUARY, Clearfield, IA, 13 Aug 1949:
IN MEMORY OF JAMES LIVINGSTON HINTON
Services held at Christian church, Monday, August 8, 1949 at 2:30 pm.
Clergyman, Rev. Claude Williams.  Final Resting Place, Clearfield Cemetery.
Pallbearers:  Orville Nelson, Archie Calkin, Blaine Robinson, James Gaule,
Eugene Baxter, Rue Keenau.****

Jan (Wilson) Ramos
ramosgang@att.net

[108] Horning, Kathy - Memorial Services for Kathy Horning, age 55 of Maryville, Missouri formerly of Bedford who died Friday, March 24, 2006, at her home were held Tuesday, March 28, 2006 at 10:30 a.m. at the Ritchie Funeral home in Bedford. Interment of ashes was held in the Dallas Center Cemetery. Memorials can be given in Kathy's name. Arrangements were entrusted to the Ritchie Funeral Home of Bedford.

Kathy Lynn Horning was born January 19, 1951, in Clarinda, Iowa the daughter of Homer Horning and Garnett (Cade) Horning. She grew up in Bedford attending school and graduating with the Class of 1969 from the Bedford High School. After graduation, Kathy joined the United States Army WAC Program. She served her country for seven years, having been stationed in Japan and in the United States. After her
discharge, she lived and worked in the southern portion of the United States. Five years ago she returned to this area where she helped a friend run the Hopkins Locker. She lived in Maryville until just recently, when she moved to a home in Blockton. Kathy loved animals of all kinds and especially enjoyed riding
horses. She enjoyed attending auctions and yard sales. Kathy enjoyed her family in a quiet sort of way.
Left to cherish Kathy's memory is her mother Garnett Horning of Bedford; a sister, Jane Luttrell of Bedford; three nieces; a nephew; several great-nieces and nephews and one great-great niece.

Preceding Kathy in death were her father Homer Horning and a great-niece.

[109] Hash, Virginia R. Wainscott - Virginia R. Hash, 85, Greensburg [Indiana], died Thursday, June 8, 2006 at the Decatur County Hospital in Greensburg. Born, October 25, 1920 in Middlefork, Indiana, she was the daughter of George and Judith (Walker) Wainscott.

She was a homemaker. She graduated from Clarksburg High School in 1939. She was a member of the Springhill Presbyterian Church, and elder in the church, member of the church women's association and a Sunday school teacher. She was an assistant in the Merrymaids 4-H club and a member of the Clinton Twp. Home-Economics Club.

She was married to Arthur Hash on May 5, 1939 and he survives.

She is survived by two daughters, Katherine (Kenneth) Cox, Bedford, In., Sandy (James Wagner) Wilhoit, Edwardsburg, Mi.; 4 grandchildren, Jennifer Donaldson, Wabash, Ethan Cox, Dodgeville, Wi., Jean Cox , Bedford, Aaron Wilhoit, Trafalgar; 8 great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents; 3 brothers, William Wainscott, Clyde Wainscott, George Wainscott, Jr.

Visitation will be from 2-6:00 p.m. Sunday at the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg. Visitation will be held from 10-11:00 a.m. on Monday at the Springhill Presbyterian Church, 4102 E. CR 640 North, Greensburg. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, June 12, 2006 at the Springhill Presbyterian Church with Rev. David Crowley officiating. Interment will be held in the Springhill Presbyterian Cemetery.

Memorials may be made to the Decatur County Hospice, The Springhill Presbyterian Church or the American Arthritis Foundation.

 
[110] Hannon, Paul Donald, was born on July 10, 1919 in Maloy, Iowa to
his parents, Michael and Florence (Mix) Hannon. His early years were
spent on the family farm and he graduated from Maloy high school in
1937.
He was united in marriage to Doris Trimble on March 5, 1946.
Shortly after the marriage the couple moved to Mount Ayr, Iowa where
they resided his entire life. Paul spent most of his working life as a
truck driver for Payne Freight Lines and ABC Cartage. For several
years he was the owner and operator of Hannon's Sinclair Station
which became a popular hangout for Mount Ayr youth.
An avid sports fan, Paul enjoyed following and complaining about
the Atlanta Braves and the Iowa Hawkeye's. He also enjoyed having
new automobiles and had his most fun bickering over the trade-in
values.
Paul was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, John and
Gene "Pee Wee" and two sisters, Veronica Markley and Betty
Monaghan.
He is survived by his wife, Doris Hannon of Mount Ayr, Iowa; two
sisters-in-law, Mary Stephens of Mount Ayr, Iowa and Barbara Hannon
of Bedford, Iowa; one brother-in-law, LeRoy Trimble and wife betty
Jean of Mount Ayr, Iowa and numerous nieces, nephews; other
relatives and friend's.

Services were conducted at Wilson-Watson & Armstrong Funeral
Home in Mount Ayr on Tuesday, November 21, 2006 with Rev.
Edward Shields officiating. The eulogy was given by Barry Monaghan.
Organist was Nancy Sackett.
Casket bearers were Barry Monaghan. Allyn Monaghan, Brett
Monaghan, Brandon Monaghan, Tristan Monaghan and Tim Stephens.
Paul was laid at rest in the Rose Hill cemetery in Mount Ayr.

[111] Chem-Hardee, Shari, 49 of 2227 Hazel Court, Iowa City died in her home surrounded by her family Thursday, January 26, 2006, after a valiant battle with ovarian cancer.

Services were at 10 a.m. Monday, January 30th at St. Timothy Lutheran Church at Williamsburg by the Rev. Karl Heck. A visitation was held at the Ritchie Funeral Home in Bedford, Monday, from 5 to 8 with graveside services at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, January 31st. Burial at the Fairview Cemetery.

Shari Chen-Hardee was born August 22, 1956 in Taipe, Taiwan. She received her B.A. in Mathematics from FuJen Catholic University in Taiwan, in 1981, her M.S. in Mathematics in 1987, M.S. in statistics in 1990, and PH.D. in epidemiology in 2005, all from the University of Iowa. She worked at the University of Iowa as a statistician and data analyst from 1994 until her death.

Shari was joined in holy matrimony to Edwin Emory Hardee on May 18, 1987, in Bedford, Iowa, at the home of his parents with Reverend Carl Cummings officiating.

Her family includes her husband, Edwin; children Perry Emory Hardee and Gina Ilene Hardee both at home; her mother, 2 sisters, 6 brothers living in Boston, Canada, Hawaii, and Taiwan and numerous nieces and nephews. In-Laws are Junior and Doris Hardee, Steve, Scott, and Tom and their families.

 
[112] Harris, Kathryn Lorraine "Katie" Gerdes
Memorial services for Kathryn "Katie" Harris, age 76 of Topeka, Kansas, formerly ofá Bedford who passed away peacefully on Friday, August 18, 2006 at the Lexington Park Nursing Home Facility in Topeka, Kansas were held Sunday, August 20, 2006 at 3:30 p.m. at the Ritchie Funeral Home in Bedford.á Interment of ashes was held in the Fairview Cemetery in Bedford.á Memorials can be directed to the Quincy Elementary School in Topeka, Kansas.áá Please leave a message of tribute to the Harris family on our web page, www.ritchiefuneralhome.com under Obituaries or to the funeral home in Topeka at www.kevinbrennanfamily.com. Local arrangements were entrusted to the Ritchie Funeral Home of BedfordKathryn "Katie" Lorraine Harris was born on November 9, 1929, in Spencer Nebraska, the daughter of a principal and optometrist, Ben and Hazel Jackson Gerdes. She was a 1947 graduate of Hawarden High School.á She attended college at UNI in Cedar Falls, Iowa, where she earned her BA in Education.á She continued her education at Southern College of Optometry in Memphis Tennessee, where in 1951 she earned her doctorate in Optometry. It was there that Kathryn met her future husband, William Houston Harris, Jr. They were married October 21, 1950.á After graduation Will and Katie Harris moved to Bedford IA to open their own optometry practice and begin their family.á While in Bedford, she ran the Lake of Three Fires. After retiring, Kathryn moved to Topeka Kansas.á She became a paraprofessional at Quincy Elementary School where she tutored children with learning disabilities.Kathryn had many passions, such as gardening, antiquing & quilting.á She was a blood drive organizer and a member of the Order of the Eastern Star.Kathryn was preceded in death by her husband, William Harris, her son, Daniel Harris, her parents, Ben & Hazel Gerdes and her brother Garry Gerdes.She is survived by her children, Dennis Harris, Topeka, Valery Norton, Las Vegas Nevada; Dean Harris, Holly Springs North Carolina; ten grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; her sister, Elinda "Linde" Ross; and numerous nieces and nephews.May God grant comfort and strength to those who mourn Katie's passing.
 

[113] Hodel, Helen "Bambi"

ááááá Helen "Bambi" Hodel, 91, of Vancouver, Washington, a Beloved Mother and Grandmother, passed away at home on July 12, 2006. She was born Sept. 4, 1914 in Blockton, IA. Helen came to Vancouver on June 10, 1944. She retired from the Washington State School for the Deaf after 18 years of service. She was a 60-year member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ernest Hodel, n 1988. Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Jan and Tony Noel; two grandsons and one granddaughter, Mark Wooldridge and wife, Stacy, Bret Wooldridge, Julie Feist and husband, John four great-grandchildren, Shane Wooldridge, Kayla Feist, Tyler Wooldridge and Brettney Wooldridge; and one great-great-granddaughter, Jaedin Feist. She also leaves behind her sister, Darlene Stout, as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. A graveside service was held Monday, July 24, 2006 at Evergreen Memorial Gardens Vancouver Washington. Contributions may be made to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 1309 Franklin St., Vancouver, WA 98660s

[114] Hughes, Alyce Marian Maloy

Alyce Marian Hughes of Lenox, Iowa died September 6, 2006 at Spencer Hospital in Spencer, Iowa, while seeking to recover from a series of abdominal surgeries.á Since April, 2006, Marian had been living at the Milford Nursing Center in Milford, Iowa, striving to return to her home in Lenox, Iowa.Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday, September 11, 2006 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Lenox.á The celebrant will be Father Tan Tran.á Interment will be at Rose Hill Cemetery in Mount Ayr, Iowa at 1:30 p.m.á Following the committal friends are invited to gather at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Mount Ayr for refreshments and fellowship.á The Ritchie Funeral Home of Lenox is in charge of arrangements.á Visitation will begin Sunday, September 10, 2006, from 4:00 to 8:00 with the family greeting friends from 6:30 to 8:00 and a Prayer Service at 7:00 p.m.á Marian was born October 29, 1916 to Flavel Baird Maloy and Irene Wilkinson Maloy at Redding, Iowa.á She graduated from Redding High School in 1933, and from Northwest Missouri State Teachers College in 1937, with a Bachelor's degree in math, English and music education.á She taught in Milford, Iowa, Spickard, Missouri and Chillicothe, Illinois.á During World War II, she worked in the war effort for Firestone Tire Company in Des Moines, Iowa.On March 2, 1946 she was married to Edward J. Carr, after his return from the service in the European Theater, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Maloy, Iowa.á The two resided in Mount Ayr, Iowa, where Edward was a partner in the Carr Chevrolet Company. Edward died November 22, 1959.á In Mount Ayr, Marian was active in many community activities, including Chapter CK of the PEO Sisterhood, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, the Ringgold Singers and the Mount Ayr Golf and Country Club.á She was a leader in the effort to fund and develop Judge Lewis Park and its swimming pool. On January 31, 1970, Marian married Judge James E. Hughes of Lenox, Iowa.á The two resided in Lenox.á There, she was active in Chapter FW of the PEO Sisterhood, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, and the Lenox Golf Club.á James died December 5, 1995.In addition to her church, family and community, Marian's interests included reading, current events, music, bridge, corresponding with her family and many friends, and the game of golf.á Her genuine interest in the lives of others and her keen memory for people and their milestones made her an authoritative source for near and remote family historians and for people needing to settle a bet.á Marian was preceded in death by her parents, husbands, two brothers, F.B. ("Bill") Maloy, Jr., a war casualty in the Pacific Theater, and Jack Maloy, who died in infancy, and two step-daughters, Kathy Azinger and Jeanne Bush.á Left to cherish her memory are her three sons, Patrick Carr, his wife Susan and their sons, Edward and David, of West Okoboji, Iowa, Michael, his wife Nancy, and their daughters, Alexandra, Samantha, and Adrienne, of Chanhassen, Minnesota, and Joseph, his wife Vicki, and their children, Katelyn and Matthew, of Fairfield, Iowa.á Also, her two step-daughters, Mary Walter, Lenox, and her four daughters, Suzi Bonnett, Joni Habel, Debbie Larson, and Carrie Walter; and Peggy Tripp, Kent, Iowa, and her husband, David, and their children, Mandy Lobbins, Sarah, Jacob and Charles Tripp; two step-sons in law, Michael Azinger, and his children, Chris and Josh Azinger;á and Phillip Bush, his wife Vicki, and his children, Steve, Linda and Mike Bush, and eleven step-great grandchildren.á Also, her cousin, Kathleen Freed of Redding, her sister in law, Ila Holmes of West Des Moines, her good friend, Linda Notz of Lenox, and many other relatives and friends.á Marian's quick, warm smile, abiding faith and generous spirit will be missed by all who knew her.

 

[115] Hughes, Kyle, was born September 28, 1915, in Taylor County, Iowa near New Market to Carl David Hughes and Cordia Ann (Allison) Hughes and grew up on farms both east and west of New Market.á He attended the New Market grade school all but his 3rd year when he went to the Memory rural school. He was a 1933 graduate of New Market High School.á Kyle married Lolabelle Marguerite Karg on Christmas day of 1937.á He continued to farm with his dad until he bought a farm east of New Market in 1944.á He moved there in March, one week before their 2nd child was born.á Their three children were raised on that farm.á Their children consisted of Clyde David, Julia Ann and Jackson Karg.áá They sold the farm and moved to Clarinda in 1972.á Kyle was a member of the New Market Baptist Church and then he joined the New Market Methodist Church.áá Besides farming, he was an elder in the New Market Baptist Church where he led Sunday School.á Other jobs he held were driving a school bus, working at the Clarinda Mental Health Institute, selling feed, working for Green Bay Lumber Company and Lisle Corporation.á Upon retiring from Lisle's, he grew restless and worked part time at McCunn Implement where he enjoyed educating the younger men about the older machinery.áá Kyle was a devoted husband and being an only child, he enjoyed the family get-to-gethers of his wife's 9 siblings.á He was always very pleased when his own 3 children were all present at the same time for any holiday event.á He also was very proud of the fact that portions of Memory Cemetery are on what used to be Hughes land.á His first time of cultivating corn was on what is now the South addition and he told of herding the cows home at milking time from a pasture, what is now the West portion, where he will be laid to rest.á Kyle was devastated when his wife of 62 years plus died in 2000.á He lived alone for a year, then went to the Eiler House for a year, then to Goldenrod Manor where he enjoyed playing rummy with family and the nurses aides.á He kept his wittiness and sense of humor through his stay, even though his confusion brought him much anxiety.Preceding him in death were his parents, his wife Lolabelle and a grandson Duane Hughes, plus other brother and sister-in-laws.

Remaining to cherish his memory is his son, David and wife Karolyn of Clarinda, Iowa; his daughter Julia and husband Phil Mattox of Sterling, Illinois; his son, Jack and wife Janice from Bellevue, Nebraska; eight grandchildren and their spouses; fourteen great and five step great grandchildren; three step great, great grandchildren; one sister-in-law; four brothers-in-law; many nieces and nephews and friends.
 
[117] Henning, Iva - Memorial Services for Iva Henning, age 76 of Fremont, Nebraska, formerly of the Blockton area who died Monday, March 28, 2005 in Fremont, Nebraska were held Friday, April 1, 2005 at 1:00 p.m. at the Ritchie Funeral Home in Bedford. Interment of ashes was held in the Fairview Cemetery in Bedford. Memorials can be given in her name. Arrangements were entrusted to the Ritchie Funeral Home of Bedford.

Iva Faye Henning was born December 1, 1928, near Blockton, Iowa the daughter of Inez and Wesley Glenn Wheeler. Her immediate family included brother Orvis Wheeler, sister Gwelda Cooper and twin sister Irma Hill.

Iva grew up in the Blockton area graduating from high school in 1946. She lived for many years in Nebraska and Iowa, raising two children Christine and Timothy Dean. She also worked for several years as a hospital credit manager.

After her children were grown, Iva lived in Washington and Mississippi with her second husband Dick Henning. Following his passing in 1993, Iva returned to Nebraska and moved to The Gifford Towers in Fremont where she lived the rest of her life.

Iva loved to read and enjoyed a wide variety of music. She was self-taught on the computer, allowing her to keep in touch with family and friends. Her constant companion the last few years was her beloved cat, Beau.

Soon after moving to Fremont in 1993, Iva was diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Despite her increasing breathing difficulties, making simple day-to-day chores a burden, she never let her condition wear her down. She vowed not to let go of her independence and she NEVER did, amazing all who knew her with her will to live and desire to maintain a high quality life.

In recent months, Iva acquired a motorized scooter to enable her to maintain her independence. Her friend, Keith Main, modified the scooter allowing Iva to travel to and from the doctor, grocery store and to shop at nearby malls. Keith and his wife Judi decorated the scooter with decals and racing stripes which delighted Iva, and she would show them off to her many friends.

Despite her increasingly failing health, Iva NEVER complained. Those who knew her well were amazed at her inner strength and dignity. She was described many times as a "classy lady".

Left to cherish Iva's memory are her children Christine Binkowski and husband Bruce of San Diego, California; and Timothy Dean and wife Shannon of Bellingham, Washington; granddaughter Shannon Marsh of Copperas Cove, Texas; grandsons Rocky Binkowski of San Diego; and Todd Hunter of Bellingham; great-grandchildren Cortni Troublefield and Anthony Troublefield of Copperas Cove; four nephews David Cooper and wife Delilah; Bob Hill; Todd Hill; Eldon Wheeler; and three nieces Carolyn Brown; Barbara Gaddis and Lynn Hill.

Preceding Iva in death are her parents; brother Orvis Wheeler and sister Gwelda Cooper.

May God grant comfort and strength to those who mourn Iva's passing.
[119] Hatfield, Harold D. (Hal) of Knoxville, Iowa passed away on February 3, 2006 at the age of 65. Hal is survived by his son Jeff and wife Jeanette of Santa Barbara, California. Three brothers, Larry of San Rafael, California; Ken and wife Colleen of Creston, Iowa; and Dick and wife Cheryl of
Knoxville; two granddaughters, Cassidy and Emily of Santa Barbara, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews and nieces. Services are pending.
[120] Hartley, Aua Kay
   
               Funeral services for Aua Kay Hartley were held on
September 7, 2005 at the Westover Funeral Home in Des
Moines, IA, with Interment at the Altoona cemetery.
               Aua was born August 26, 2005 and passed away September
3, 2005.
               Aua is survived by her parents Dennis A. Hartley and
Christy Vanderliden, and a sister Natalie of Altoona, IA. Aunt
Jessica Vanderliden, Uncle Dustin Hartley, Uncle Michael
Hartley, and Grandparents Don and Lee Vanerliden of Des
Moines; Rebecca Hartley Lenox; Dennis L Hartley Bellevue,
NE; Great Grandparents, Phyllis and Leo Vanderliden Des
Moines; Larry and Judy Refer of Lenox, IA. And Nancy Hartley
of Glenwood.

[121] Hanshaw, Paul Forrest, Jr., 58, of Mineola, Iowa, formerly of Glenwood, passed away February 2, 2006 at his residence. Celebration of Life Service was Saturday, February 4, 2006 at Peterson Mortuary and burial was Sunday February 5, 2006 at Fairview Cemetery, in Bedford, Iowa.

He was born August 13, 1947 in Maryville, MO to Paul Hanshaw, Sr. and Kathleen Marie (Bjorklund) Hanshaw; he was raised in Bedford, Iowa. Paul was united in marriage to Christine Kay Chaney on
December 23, 1967 in Hopkins, MO. To this union one son Paul Forest Hanshaw III was born.

Paul faithfully served his country in the air force during Vietnam War. He was employed with MidAmerican Energy for 24 years as a machinist and mechanic.

Preceding Paul in death were his parents and father-in-law, Art Chaney. He is survived by his wife Christy Hanshaw of Mineola, IA; son Paul Forrest Hanshaw III of Lincoln, NE; sister; Judy & husband Merle Engleka of Visalia, CA; mother-in-law; Betty Chaney of Hopkins, MO; nieces, cousins and a host of friends.

Memorials suggested to Oak township Fire Dept.

[122] Hall, Clarence Beryl

Clarence Beryl Hall, 84, recent resident of Lawton, Michigan, and
former World War II 422nd Infantry Medical Technician, died
Memorial Day, May 30, 2005 at University of Iowa Hospitals and
Clinics, Iowa City.  Lensing Funeral & Cremation Services
assisted the family.
               The son of Dora and Charles Hall, Mr. Hall was born
December 29, 1920 in Platteville, Iowa.
               He married Dorothy M. Keenan on June 25, 1941.  He
earned a BS degree from Iowa State College, 1949, an MS degree
from Drake University, 1960, and an MS degree from the
University of Iowa, 1970.
               Mr. Hall entered military service in 1942 and received an
honorable discharge in 1946 following friendly fire injuries.  He
received the European African Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon
with two Bronze Stars, the American Theater Ribbon, the World
War II Victory Medal, and the Good Conduct Ribbon.
               Mr. Hall taught vocational agriculture, elementary
education, served as Grant Wood Elementary School Principal in
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and was a school psychologist for the Grant
Wood Area Education Agency.
               Mr. Hall was a pilot, a life member of the Iowa Historical
Society, and a past member of various professional organizations
related to his career in education.
               Survivors include a younger brother John Hall, Sunrise
Beach, MO and three children: Philip Stephen (Susan) Hall,
Tipton, Iowa, David Lee (Beth) Hall, State College, PA, and
Wincie Anne (Jon) Armiger.
               Eight grandchildren include Michael Hall, Erica Willems,
Sonya McMulllen, Cristin Hall, Lisa Ballett, Tani Carl, Wincie
Nagel and Danielle Rickli. 
               Six great grandchildren include Tanner Ballett, Trey and
Kase Carl, Taylor Rickli, and Noel and Joshua Willems.
               Mr. Hall was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, and
siblings Seigel, Chester, Walter, and Evelyn.

               A celebration of life service will be held in Blockton, Iowa
at the Blockton, Christian Church on June 2, followed by a military
tribute at the Blockton Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers the family
requests donations be made to local hospice organizations.


On line condolences may be directed to www.lensingfuneral.com
[123] Harris, Lyle - Lyle Harris, age 84, of New Market, Iowa, passed away, Sunday, February 20, 2005, at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital, Shenandoah, Iowa. Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, February 23, 2005, at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home, Clarinda, Iowa with Rev. Dan Wiebesiek officiating. Masonic services by Nodaway Lodge #140 A.M. & F.M. will be held 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, February 21, 2005, at the funeral home and visitation with the family followed from 7-8 p.m. Burial will be in Dallas Center Cemetery, New Market, Iowa. Memorials may be directed to the Masonic Lodge Scholarship Fund or to the New Market Methodist Church. Walker-Merrick Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Lyle V. Harris was born October 9, 1920, near New Market, Iowa to T.A. Harris and Jessie (Shore) Harris. Lyle was born, raised and lived his entire life on the family farm. Lyle's grandfather, P. M. Harris, who fought in the civil war, purchased the farm in 1869 upon returning to Iowa after working on the Union Pacific railroad and observing the laying of the golden spike. Lyle was proud to be an American with his ancestors on both grandparents' sides arriving in America before the Revolutionary War. Lyle was a 1938 graduate of New Market High School. He was united in marriage March 25, 1946, at Hiawatha, Kansas, to Mary Graff. He served his community as a member of the New Market Methodist Church, a member of the board of Farmers Mutual Telephone Company and was past president of the Clarinda Co-op. Lyle was a 63 year member of the Nodaway Lodge #140 A.M. & F.M. Lyle was also a Dallas Township clerk. Family and friends enjoyed his love and knowledge of farming, weather and local history. Lyle's humor, wit and generosity touched the lives of his many friends and family. In later years as health problems increasingly plagued him, he found great joy in Mary, his wife of 59 years, his two sons and wives, Stephen and Sharon, Roger and Susan, five grandchildren and especially his four great grandchildren who adored him.
Preceding Lyle in death were his parents; infant son, Thomas Graff Harris and brother-in-law, George Flora. Survivors include his wife, Mary of New Market, Iowa; son, Stehpen Harris and wife Sharon of Washington, Iowa; son, Roger Harris and wife Susan of New Market, Iowa; grandchildren: Andy and Julia Harris of New Market, Iowa, Nicole Harris of Savannah, Georgia, Adam and Heather Harris of New Market, Iowa, Jana Harris and fiancÚ Clint Scott of Creston, Iowa, Zach Harris of Iowa City, Iowa; great grandchildren, Austin, Shayla, Brooklyn, Emma Harris and a sister, Ethelyn Flora of Niles, Michigan.
[124] Herzberg, Louise Peach, was born Dec 9, 1924 at the home of her parents, George and Naomi (Adams) Peach, in Taylor County, Ia. She passed away at Goldenrod Manor, Clarinda, Ia, Tuesday, Jan 18, 2005 at the age of 80.
Louise graduated from Bedford High School, Bedford, Ia, and also from college in Creston, Ia, with a teaching certificate. On August 8, 1948 she was married to Vernon Herzberg at Immanuel Lutheran Church near Clarinda. She taught school for a short time and then went to work as the switchboard operator at the Clarinda Mental Health Institute for over 14 years. Louise also worked in various cafes, delivered milk and even drove the tractor on the farm when her help was needed. Louise loved to garden. She also enjoyed crafts and sewing. Her family knows of over 45 quilts that she made. She was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church of Clarinda.
Louise was preceded in death by her parents; four sisters, Vera Lawson Tait, Wilma Campbell, Marjorie Raynor, Irma Shrimpton; two brothers, Clark Peach and Alan Peach.
She is survived by her husband Vernon of Clarinda; five sons, Everett Herzberg and his wife Karen of Emerson, IA, Raymond Herzberg and his wife Diana of Shambaugh, IA, Ronnie Herzberg and his wife Deborah of Clarinda, Keith Herzberg and his wife Kathy of Smithville, MO, Kurt Herzberg and his wife Sandy of Clarinda; ten grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; 2 brothers, Paul Peach of Allenton, MI and Glen Peach of Allenton, MI; three sisters, Dorothy Linkins of Bentonville, AK, Donna Overman of Sidney, IA, Marilyn Arrick of Missouri Valley, IA; along with many nieces, nephes, other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held on Saturday, January 22, 2005 at Immanuel Lutheran Church of rural Clarinda with Rev. Jerome Wagoner officiating. Burial was in the Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery.
Memorials were directed to the Donor's Choice. Eickemeyer Funeral Chapel in Clarinda was in charge of arrangements.

[125] Hewitt, William "Bill, age 84, of Oskaloosa, Ia, passed away March 8, 2005 in Oskaloosa. Funeral services were held Friday morning, March 11, 2005 at 10:30 a.m. at Garland-Van Arkel- Langkamp Funeral Chapel. With Burial at Forest Cemetery, Garden of reflection in Oskaloosa, Iowa, with Military Honors Harry L. Anderson Post #34 of the American Legion and the V.F.W. Post #2237.


William Clement Hewitt, son of Clement D. & Lena Hunter Hewitt was born Sept. 8, 1920 in Conway, Ia. He was a 1938 graduate of Conway High School, after which he worked for a brief time before enlisting in the U.S. Army air Force in June 1942. He served as a pilot of a B-17 participating in campaigns in Rhineland and Central Germany, before his discharge on Oct. 1945.

On Aug. 9, 1944, while in the military he married Elizabeth Rains at Roswell, New Mexico. Elizabeth died on Oct. 1978 after 34 years of marriage.

After his discharge, Bill managed Hawkeye Lumber Co. yards in Iowa; he then owned and operated a truck transferring mobile homes across the country; later, he worked for Pamco of Oskaloosa for 10 years; and ended his working career owning and operating the Oskaloosa Dairy Queen, until his retirement in 1984.

On April 23, 1983 he married Norma Mae Maddy.

He was a member of the Tri- Luminar Lodge No. 18 A.F. & A.M. and a 60 year member of the American Legion and a lifetime member of the V.F.W. He enjoyed woodworking and especially enjoyed sharing his military interests and career with students, family and friends.

Bill passed away Tuesday morning, March 8, 2005, at the Mahaska Hospital in Oskaloosa [Iowa] at the age of 84 years and 6 months. Bill's memory is honored by his wife, Norma of Oskaloosa; a daughter Beverly (Ron) Criswell of West Liberty, Ia; a son, William David (Val) Hewitt of St. Louis, Mo; a daughter-in-law, Rella Hewitt of Oskaloosa; two step sons, Stan (Linda) Maddy of Centerville, Ia and Steve (Sally) Maddy of Rose Hill, Ia; and a step daughter, Liz Childs of Rose Hill.

He was blessed with 17 grandchildren: Stacy L(Andy) Daufeldt of Blue Grass, Lora L(Bob) Pelzer of Painfield, Ill, Bob (Janice) Kewitt of Waterloo [Iowa]; Lynn Perrine of Des Moines [Iowa], Jason Hewitt of Oskaloosa, Charles Hewitt of San Antonio, TX, Keane (Bobbie) Maddy of Centerville [Iowa], Jason (Stacey) Maddy of Centerville [Iowa], Michelle L(Bob) Crouse of New Sharon [Iowa], Robbie (Stacie Jordon) Childs of Rose Hill [Iowa], Willie McDonald of Pella [Iowa], Cathy Showers of Oskaloosa [Iowa], Robin (Bob) Winkleman of Reynolds, Jim Johnson of Oskaloosa, Bobby Johnson of Eddyville, and Kim Johnson of Oskaloosa [Iowa]; he was also blessed with 16 great grandchildren.

He was survived by a brother, Mahlon (Charlotte) Hewitt of Fairfield. He was preceded in death by his parents, and a son, Carl James Hewitt; his first wife, Elizabeth and a brother, Homer Hewitt. Mr. Hewitt is the brother-in-law of Eleanor Sheffield of Bedford.

 
[126] Hindman, Ocie Naomi Poage - Graveside Services for Ocie Hindman, age 95 of Bedford [Iowa] who died Wednesday, March 16, 2005 at the Lenox Care Center were held Saturday, March 19,2005 at 9:00 a.m. at the Fairview Cemetery in Bedford. Memorials can be given in her name. Arrangements were entrusted to the Ritchie Funeral Home of Bedford.

Ocie Naomi Poage Hindman was born September 3, 1909, in Taylor County, Iowa the daughter of Robert Poage and Edith Mothershead Poage. Ocie grew up in the Hopkins, Missouri area attending rural schools, and also belonged to the First Christian Church in Hopkins. She was united in marriage to Wayne
Hindman.

Left to cherish her memory are two sisters Viola Hantze and Opal Howard, both of McMinnville,
Oregon.

Preceding Ocie in death are her husband Wayne in 1969; two brothers, Ora Poage and Boyd Poage; and
a sister Lola Vanderhoof.

May God grant comfort and strength to those who mourn her passing.
[127] Huntsman, Earl

December 31, 1915-November 8, 2005

               Earl Huntsman, age 89 formerly from Missouri, but

had lived in Taylor County, IA area since 1995, passed

away November 8, 2005 at the Clearview Home,

Clearfield, IA.

               The services were held at 10:00 a.m., Friday,

November 11, 2005 at the United  Presbyterian Church,

Lenox, IA. The services were conducted by Rev. Tim

Maxa, United Presbyterian Church, Lenox and Pastor R.

Michael McDowell, Brookdale Presbyterian Church.

Interment was in the Memorial Park Cemetery, St. Joseph,

MO. at 3:00 p.m. Memorials are to be directed to the

family.

               Mr. Huntsman was born December 31, 1915 at

Vanzant, MO. to Ether Enis and Thurza Jeanette

(Buchanan) Huntsman.

               He was a Veteran of World War II. After his

discharge he worked as an Auto Detailer for many years

and helped his father on the farm.

               He is survived by one sister Leola "Peggy"

(Kountz) Rice and her husband "Mike" Lewis Rice, Lenox,

IA. Two sisters-in-law, Doris Huntsman, Afton, IA.; Lila

Huntsman, Mt. Ayr, IA and numerous nieces, nephews and

other relatives.

               He was preceded in death by his parents: two

brothers, Lowell and Nolen Huntsman; two sisters, Opal

Cone and Daisy Rice; and a brother-in-law, Freeman Cone.