Obit: Tesmer, Margaret (1904 -
Contact: Ken Wood
Surnames: TESMER NAGLE NAGEL
----Sources: Marshfield News Herald June 29, 1931 Page 2
Tesmer, Margaret (December 7, 1904 - June 22, 1931)
ABBOTSFORD WOMAN DIES IN WAUWATOSA
Mrs. Harold Tesmer Buried Thursday Morning
Abbotsford-June 27--Funeral services were held Thursday morning for Mrs. Harold Tesmer, 26, who died in Muirdale Sanitorium, Wauwatosa, June 22, from tuberculosis of the stomach. The services were held from the Abbotsford Catholic church, Father H. McGuire officiating. Burial was in the Abbotsford cemetery.
Mrs. Tesmer, formerly Margaret Dorothy Nagle, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Nagel of this village. Six months prior to her death she had been living in Milwaukee where she was married to Harold Tesmer Dec. 18, 1924. During the past six months she had spent four months in the sanitorium and two months in Abbotsford, Wis.
The deceased was born December 7, 1904 in Loyal.
Relatives surviving Mrs. Tesmer besides her parents include: children Robert 6, Betty Marie 4, and Raymond 2; sisters Lucille and Florence Nagel at home.
Attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Alber and sons Mike and Dan and daughter Mrs. Charles Rabl, Milwaukee; Mrs. Mike Alber, Rubicon; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nagle and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nagle, Neosha; Mr. and Mrs. August Summerman, Wausua; Mrs. Joe Hoffman and daughter Rose, Rib Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Peiper and son Bernard, Loyal; and Mrs. William Beamer, Granton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young and daughter Edna and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young, Jr., Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tesmer, Wausau; and Mrs. James Crawford, Pittsburg, Penn.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tesmer, Colby; Mr. and Mrs. William Furhman and family, Loyal; Mr. Phillip Rahloff, Mrs. Herman Sell and Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lueloff, Colby; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marquardt and family, Curtiss; Mrs. Charles Huhs and Mrs. J. Keps, Colby; and Mrs. Gust Minhalt, Greenwood.
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