Obit: Trinrud, Teman C. (1880 - 1917)
Surnames: TRINRUD EMERSON BESTUL SCHEVELAND
----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 06/14/1917
Trinrud, Teman C. (5 JAN 1880 - 9 JUN 1917)
Teman C. Trinrud was born Jan. 5, 1880 in the town of Scandinavia, Waupaca Co., Wis., was confirmed in the Norwegian Lutheran Church when a child. He received a good common education and later attended the Scandinavia Academy. On Sept. 8, 1909 he was married to Miss Elsie Emerson of Loyal, and passed away June 9, 1917. He leaves to mourn, his beloved wife, an aged mother, Mrs. J. T. Trinrud of Scandinavia, Wis., two sisters, Mrs. O. L. Bestul and Mrs. George Sheveland, five brothers, Thomas, Carl, Martin, Albert and Alfred, all of Waupaca Co., Wis., also a large number of relatives and friends.
Mr. Trinrud came to Loyal, Nov. 7, 1905 and was employed by J. Wiric & Co. for a number of years. After resigning his position with Mr. Wiric he was employed by the R. Connor Co. at Auburndale for a short time. From there he moved back to Loyal, Clark County, Wis.. After his marriage to Miss Elsie Emerson of this village he purchased a farm near Loyal, where they lived for one year, after which he exchanged the farm for the Hotel Tremont, where he lived up to the time of his death.
He held the office of Village Clerk of the Village of Loyal for four years and was reelected for the fifth term at the spring election, resigning this office a few weeks ago, owing to poor health.
Mr. Trinrud was an honorable member of the Modern Woodmen of America, being a member of Loyal Camp No. 1414 for a number of years. He was also a member of the Maccabees.
He was a pleasant and agreeable man to meet, always having a pleasant smile for everyone.
The funeral services were held at the M. W. A. Hall on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, June 12th, Rev. W. C. Clock officiating, and burial was in the Loyal Cemetery.
The Modern Woodmen of Loyal camp attended in large numbers and took a part in the services, there also being some present from Neillsville. The Maccabees and R. N. A. also attended in a body.
The floral pieces given by the societies and relatives and friends were numerous and very beautiful.
All the stores and business houses in the village closed from 1:30 until 4 p.m., as a mark of respect.
The family has the sympathy of the whole community in their bereavement.
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