Obit: Rhyner, Eugene Evan (1930 - 1950)

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Surnames: Rhyner, Gallistel

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 02/01/1951

Rhyner, Eugene E. (13 Sept. 1930 - 19 Dec. 1950)

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rhyner of Abbotsford, Wisonsin have been notified by the Department of Defense that their son, Pfc. Eugene E. Rhyner, age 20, was killed in action in Korea on Dec. 19, 1950. The Rhyners have been residents of Abbotsford since March 1949.

*** Note: Eugene Rhyner has a tomstone in the St. Hedwig’s Catholic Cemetery, Withee Township, Clark County, Wisconsin.  His physical remains are still in North Korea. He was buried near where he was killed. Father: Clarence C. Rhyner b: 6 May 1904 in Medford, Clark, Wisconsin
Mother: Anna Gallistel b: 20 Aug 1904 in Colby, Clark, Wisconsin, USA.

Clarence C. Rhyner married Anna Gallistel b: 20 Aug 1904 in Colby, Clark, Wisconsin, USA

Audrey Rhyner
Phyllis Rhyner
Germaine Rhyner b: 1 Jul 1926 in Wisconsin
Carol Rhyner b: in Wisconsin
Elynor L Rhyner b: 11 Apr 1925 in Wisconsin
Marvel Ann Rhyner b: 4 Jul 1927 in Wisconsin
Eugene Evan Rhyner b: 13 Sep 1930 in Chippewa County, Wisconsin


1940 Federal Census, Butternut Town, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States, enumeration district number: 2-14, family 51


Eugene Rhyner, white, single, male
residence in 1935: Wausau, Wisconsin

Household Members
head Clarence Rhyner M 36 Wisconsin
wife Ann Rhyner F 35 Wisconsin
daughter Eleanor Rhyner F 15 Wisconsin
daughter Marvel Rhyner F 13 Wisconsin
daughter Germaine Rhyner F 11 Wisconsin
son Eugene Rhyner M 9 Wisconsin
daughter Carol Rhyner F 7 Wisconsin
daughter Phyllis Rhyner F 5 Wisconsin
daughter Audrey Rhyner F 3 Wisconsin



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