Obit: Banderob, Charles F. (1866 - 1934)

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----Sources: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 12/27/1934

Banderob, Charles F. (19 JUN 1866 - 20 DEC 1934)

Death came on Thursday, Dec. 20th, 1934, to Charles Banderob, at Marshfield, Wis. Mrs. Banderob had reached the age of sixty-eight years, his death being due to complications of dropsy and heart trouble.

Charles Frederick Banderob was born in New Holstein, Wis., June 19, 1866, the son of Claus and Johanna Banderob. At about the age of sixteen years, he moved with his family to Thorp, Clark Co., Wis., where the family resided for many years on a farm in the town of Worden. For a period of about twenty-five years, Mr. Banderob worked as a construction foreman for the Hennepin Bridge Co. of Minneapolis, until an injury forced his retirement.. In 1901 Mr. Banderob was united in marriage to Miss Katherine Geisell. To this marriage were born two sons, Lawrence and Edgar Banderob, both of San Francisco, Calif., and both of whom survive their father. Mr. Banderob is survived also by four brothers, Frank of Huntley, Mont., Ed of Marshfield, Ore., Hugh of Balza, Alberta, and Peter of Cremona, Alberta, and by four sisters, Mrs. Mary McDonald of Worden, Mont., Mrs. Theodore Schultz of Stanley, Wis., Mrs. Joseph Haas and Mrs. Mike Kronberg, both of Thorp. Funeral services were held from the Kronberg home here on Sunday, Dec. 23rd, Rev. Vaughn of Stanley officiating. Pallbearers were Henry Frese, John Kuehl, John Boie, George Hansen, Mike Ramer and John Gruba. Those from out of town who attended the funeral were: Mrs. Mary McDonald and grandson, Mervin Carroll of Worden, Mont., and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schultz of Stanley.



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