Obit: Stock, Hugo #3 (1891 - 1951)

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Surnames: Stock, Puhlmann, Thede, Rueden, Krueger, Buss, Stockmeier, Hoff, Schmidt, Dehne, Engel, Janda, Marx, Wiersig


----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 05/10/1951


Stock, Hugo (11 Apr. 1891 - 4 May 1951)


Funeral services for Hugo Stock, 60, who died at St. Joseph’s hospital, at Marshfield, Friday afternoon after a prolonged illness was held Tuesday afternoon at Curtiss, at the Peace Evangelical and Reformed church, with the Rev. F. Puhlmann officiating. Burial was made in the Colby (Colby, Clark Co. Wis.) Cemetery.


The pallbearers were Alex Thede, John Rueden, Walter Krueger, Emil Buss, Ernest Stockmeier and George Hoff.  


The floral tributes were carried by Mrs. Ernest Stockmeier, Mrs. Albert Schmidt, Mrs. Elmer Dehne and Miss Gertrude Dehne.


Hugo Stock was born April 11, 1891, in Manitowoc county. He was married to Viola Dehne, Nov. 18, 1914. For several years they lived on a farm in Taylor county, then went back to Manitowoc county where they lived until 1930. They moved to a farm near Curtiss and resided there until three years ago, when ill health made him retire, after which they made their home in Curtiss.


Mr. Stock leaves his widow and four daughters, Mrs. Henry (Gertrude) Buss, Curtiss; Mrs. L. (Edna) Rueden, Abbotsford; Mrs. Otto (Violet) Engel, Withee; and Mrs. Stanley (Lorraine) Janda, Denver, Colo. There are ten gran children; two sisters, Mrs. John Marx and Mrs. Art Wiersig, and three brothers, Rudolph and Arvin, all of Colby, and Herbert, of St. Paul.


A large number of relatives and friends attended the funeral.



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