Obit:

Hendrickson, Harold (1920-1990)

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Stan

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stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames:

HENDRICKSON PEARSON WHITE COLBY BOWE DUSSO


----Source: TRG - Greenwood Library Scrapbook Collection 8/15/1990

 

HAROLD HENDRICKSON


Harold Hendrickson, 69, Greenwood, Clark County, died Wednesday, Aug. 8, 1990, at Neillsville Memorial Home. Funeral services were held Saturday, Aug. 11, 1990 at 11 a.m. at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Greenwood. Rev. Richard Sorenson officiated. Burial was in the Greenwood Cemetery.


Full military rites were held by the Greenwood American Legion. Pallbearers were Legionnaires Clarence Meinhardt, Gordon Christopherson, Bud Knutson, George Palutz, Bill Englebretson and Jerry Sowieja. Honorary pallbearers were Lee Ystad, Don Sieg, Leonard Kollmansberger, Mike Podobnik, Ed Bogdonovich and Frank Artac.


Harold Hendrickson was born Oct. 6, 1920, in Greenwood, to Oliver and Amy (nee Pearson) Hendrickson. He received his education at Christopherson School. He served in the U.S. Army in World War II, from 1942-1945. He married Melva White April 19, 1947 in Loyal. He farmed in the town of Warner until 1971, when they moved to Greenwood. He had worked for 25 years at Roth Manufacturing, Loyal and Artcraft in Spencer. He was a member of the Greenwood Legion and Our Savior's Lutheran Church.


Survivors include his wife three daughters, Barbara Bowe, New Berlin Mrs. Dennis (Charlotte) Colby, Greenwood and Tracy Hendrickson, Greenwood one son, Dan Hendrickson, New Richmond one sister, Mrs. Doris Dusso.

 

 


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