Obit: Klabon, Anna (1891 - 1960)
Contact:Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Klabon, Witkswski, Anzalene, Erickson, Hendrick, Baening, Rohland, Muskiewitz
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) December 15, 1960
Klabon, Anna (1891 - 3 December 1960)
Mrs. Herman (Anna) Klabon of Rt. 1, Withee died at a nursing home at Gilman owned by her daughter, Mrs. Gordon Hendrick, on December 3. Mrs. Klabon, 69, had been ill for months with a liver ailment, and her death was not unexpected.
She is survived by her husband, Herman, who lives at his farm home on Rt. 1, Withee, and by seven children, three brothers and 11 grandchildren.
Mrs. Klabon (Anna Witkswski) was born in Poland in 1891. As a young girl she came to Chicago where, on February 16, 1916, she married Herman Klabon. They later took up residence in the Town of Hixon, northeast of Withee, where three sons, Rheinholdt of Soo Paul, Brazil, Ozzie of Stevens Point, and Herman, Jr., were born. There also are four daughters: Mrs. Anthony (Clara) Anzalene of Chicago, Mrs. Carl (Ruth) Erickson of Withee, Rt. 1, Mrs. Gordon (Jennie) Hendrick of Gilman, and Mrs. Frederick (June) Baening of North Chicago, Ill.
Funeral services were held in Owen December 7. The officiating minister was Adam Muskiewitz of Chicago. The Pallbearers were six nephews: Albert, Emil, Edmond, Henry, Julius and Rheinholdt Rohland. The wives of the nephews were in charge of the flowers.
Burial was made in the Riverside Cemetery at Withee.
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