Obit: Hill, Anna (1883 - 1953)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Hill, Sensenbrenner, Schweitzer,
Kalkofen, Christie, Thoma, Junneman, Boettcher, Winnega,
Meisenhelder, DeLong, Voltz, Higgins, Fuchs, Schullo, Brun, Miller,
Petska, Denk, Bremer, Syth, Pietenpol, Poirier, Johnson, McConnell,
Ampe, Ludwig, Scherer, Schwab, Sather, Schewe
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) November 12, 1953
Hill, Anna (24 May 1883 - 3 November
Mrs. V. J. (Anna Kalkofen) Hill, 70, died
November 3, at a Chippewa Falls hospital, to which she was removed
after being suddenly ill at her home.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Nov. 7, from
St. John’s Lutheran Church. The Rev. Alfred Schewe, Pastor
officiated. Burial was made in the Greenwood
Mrs. Hill was born May 24, 1883, at Antigo, to
Phillip and Elizabeth (Sensenbrenner) Schweitzer. She
received her schooling in the Antigo rural schools and was married
to Herman Kalkofen at Antigo November 12, 1903.
Following their marriage they moved to Clark County, where they
operated a cheese factory at Eaton Center until the death of Mr.
Kalkofen on May 30, 1935. In 1941, she moved to Neillsville
and in 1942 was married to V. J. Hill on September 17, 1942.
The past five years she has resided in Chippewa
Surviving her are her husband, three daughters,
Mrs. Ernest (Christine) Christie, La Crosse, Mrs. Eugene (Eva)
Christie, Neillsville, and Mrs. Irvin (Lila) Thoma, Wisconsin
Rapids; two sons, Orville, Aiken, S. C., and Lester, HMC, U. S.
Navy, Portsmouth, N. H. Three step-children, Alice, Mrs.
Clarence Junneman of Chippewa Falls, Herbert Hill, Seattle, Wash.,
and Eugene Hill, Bloomer, two sisters: Mrs. Antonett Boettcher,
Antigo, and Mrs. Fred Kalkofen, also of Antigo, one brother, Fred
Schweitzer, and a half-brother, Julius Winnega of Two Rivers, and
10 grandchildren also survive.
Pallbearers were: William Kalkofen, Fred
Kalkofen, Phillip Schweitzer, George Schweitzer, Roy Boettcher and
August Meisenhelder. Flowers were carried by Mrs. Larry
DeLong, Mrs. William Kalkofen, Mrs. Nathan Voltz, and Mrs. Fred
Those from out of town attending the services
were: Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kalkofen, Aiken, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Christie and family, La Crosse; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Thoma and
family, Wisconsin Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Junneman and
children and Mrs. Mary Junneman, Chippewa Falls; Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Hill, Bloomer; Julius Winnega, Two Rivers; Mrs. August
Meisenhelder; Mrs. Albert Schweitzer, Mrs. Barbara Fuchs, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Schweitzer and Edwin, Phillip and George Schweitzer, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Kalkofen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kalkofen, Sr., Mrs.
Nathan Voltz, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Boettcher, Mrs. Fred Higgins and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boettcher, all
Mrs. John Christie and Mrs. Tony Schullo, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Brun, Cornell; Bernice Miller, Curtiss; Mrs. Ernest Petska and Harold, Bloomer; Mrs. Leonard Denk and Mrs. Bud Bremer, Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Syth, Jim Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Larry DeLong and children, Wisconsin Rapids; Floyd Pietenpol, Granton; Mrs Pearl Syth, Mrs. J. B. Poirier, Mrs. Lawrence Johnson, Mrs. Robert McConnell, Mrs. Frieda Ampe, Mrs. Charles Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. George Scherer, George Scherer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Christie, all of Greenwood; Phillip Schwab and Deloris, Cornell; and Mrs. Ole Sather of Milwaukee.
© Every submission is protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.