Obit: Sherman, Anna (1873 - 1953)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Sherman, Wierschem, Rossman, Hoffman,
Bullard, O’Laughlin, Gilbert, Ludwig, Kohlnhofer, Kitzhaber,
Lindner, Scherer, Gall, Hartung
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) October 29, 1953
Sherman, Anna (5 June 1873 - 21 October
Mrs. Anna Sherman, 80, a patient at the Clark
County Hospital for the past 2½ years, died there late
Wednesday afternoon of a complication of ailments.
Funeral services were held in Greenwood at 10
a.m. Saturday in St. Mary’s Catholic Church. The Rev. Edward
Hartung officiated. Burial was made in the Greenwood Catholic
Mrs. Sherman, nee Anna Wierschem was born June 5,
1873, at Eagle Harbor, Mich. She was married to Philip
Sherman in Neillsville Sept. 6, 1898. After her marriage she
lived in Chili, Marshfield and Loyal before coming to Greenwood in
1906. She lived with her children since 1949 until she was taken to
husband preceded her in death. Surviving her is one son,
Irving Sherman of Greenwood, and two daughters, Mrs. Elmer (Mabel)
Rossman of Owen and Mrs. Hugo (Olive) Hoffman of Manitowoc; two
brothers, Tony and Joseph Wierschem of Danbury, Wis.; three
sisters, Mrs. Ed Bullard of Anoka, Minn., Mrs. Margaret
O’Laughlin of Minneapolis, Mrs. Mary Gilbert of Portland,
Ore.; and six grandchildren.
Mrs. Sherman was a member of Forest Queen Camp,
Royal Neighbors of Greenwood; a member of the Equitable Reserve
Association and a member of St. Mary’s Catholic
Pallbearers were Charles Ludwig, Joe Kohlnhofer,
Lawrence Kitzhaber, Matt Lindner, George Scherer, Sr., and Casper
People from away who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rossman of Owen; Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hoffman and daughter of Manitowoc; Mrs. Margaret O’Laughlin of Minneapolis; Mrs. Tilly Bullard of Anoka, Minn.; Tony Wierschem of Danbury, Wis.; and mrs. Helen Gall and son of Neillsville.
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