Obit: Hirsch, Coryl J. #2 (1891 - 1955)  

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Surnames: Hirsch, Harrison, Seidel, Steffen, Mueller, Jarocki, Olson, Stevens, Hugumun, Winkler, Solsrud, Diethman, Fager 

----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 11/25/1955 

Hirsch, Coryl J. (20 Jan. 1891 - 17 Nov. 1955)  

Funeral services for Coryl J. Hirsch, 64, who died Thursday, were held Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock at the Zink Funeral Home. The Rev. Richard Harrison, of the Presbyterian church, officiated.  

Mr. Hirsch, a veteran of World War I, was accorded military rites. A firing squad attended the internment in the family lot at the Colby cemetery.  

Pallbearers were Emery Seidel, Vern Steffen, Clarence Mueller, Walter Jarocki, and Harry Olson, of Abbotsford, and Mr. Stevens, of Spencer. 

Coryl J. Hirsch was born in Sheboygan county Jan. 20, 1891 and attended school at Unity. He taught school in this vicinity for several years and then attended a chiropractic school in Iowa. He practiced in this locality until 1930 when he went into the real estate business at Abbotsford. He moved to Colby a year ago and had been at the Havenet Nursing Home at Owen only a short time before his death Thursday.  

His only survivors are two aunts, Mrs. E. A. Hagumun, Lodi, Calif., and Mrs. Sabina Winkler, Milwaukee; two nephews, Donald and Allen Hirsch, of Washington, D.C.; and five cousins, Earl Hirsch, Plymouth;  Mrs. Erva Solsrud, Milwaukee; Ed Diethman, Riplinger; Vernon Diethman, Spencer; and Mrs. Harry Fager, Colby. His parents and two brothers preceded him in death. 

All of the close relatives attended the funeral except the aunt from California. Friends from Wausau, Colby, Unity, Spencer, and Abbotsford also attended. 



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