Agnes E. (1889 - 1944)
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Surnames: Bandel, Brandt, Denning, Nehls, Knoop, DeCremer, Degener, Seif
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 30 Nov. 1944
Bandel, Agnes E. (16 Mar. 1889 - 24 Nov. 1944)
Funeral services for Mrs. H. J. Bandel, 55, of Stevens Point, were held there Monday afternoon. The body was brought to Neillsville for burial. Mrs. Bandel died Friday evening at her home in Stevens Point, after an illness of about five years.
She was born Agnes E. Brandt at Stanton, Nebr., on March 16, 1889, the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. Herman Brandt. In 1904 the family came to Neillsville, where the RE. Mrs. Brandt remained as pastor for 24 years. After the death of her mother here in 1916, she kept house for her father until the time of her marriage to H. J. Bandel which occurred in Neillsville on July 15, 1928. They resided in Wausau until in May, 1943, when they moved to Stevens Point.
Surviving are her husband and two children, Frederick and Joan, both at home, and the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. Clyde Denning, Milwaukee; Mrs. Fred Nehls, Chicago; Paul Brandt, Pittsburg, Penn.; Herman C. and Hans C. Brandt, Sturgeon Bay; the Rev. Fred Brandt, Appleton; and Arnold Brandt, Wauwatosa. All of the sisters and brothers with their husbands and wives attended the services.
Miss Cara Knoop, Mrs. Alma DeCramer, Mrs. Frank Hemp, Mrs. Louis Hemp, Mrs. Albert Degener and Mrs. Fred Seif went from here for the services at Stevens Point.
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