Obit: Stucki, Henry W. (1903 - 1966)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Stucki, Reineck, Olm, Markus, Grether, Bopp, Spire, Warlum, Wall, Schulz, Shaw, Lowe, Whiterabbit, Zimmerman, Krultz, Marg, Simek, Feuerstein, Flynn Stacy, Ploeger, Scott, Eggert, Hauge, Ellingson, Carl, Bucker, Meyer, Schuster, Hanneman, Greub, Zerbel, Theiler, Hoesly, Kampien, Marquardt, Schuelle, Maeder, Koehler
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/29/1966
Stucki, Henry W. (31 May 1903 - 24 September 1966)
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon for Henry W. Stucki, 63, of Neillsville, who died Saturday at his home. The Rev. W. C. Koehler and Rev. Jacob Grether officiated at services from the United Church of Christ in Neillsville. Burial was made in the Indian Mission Cemetery, near Black River Falls.
Mr. Stucki was born May 31, 1903, at the Indian Mission. His parents were the late Jacob and Johanna (Reineck) Stucki. He received his education at the Mission School and attended Mission House Academy at Plymouth for a year. He worked for several years as a carpenter in Youngstown, O.
After returning to Neillsville Mr. Stucki worked at the Indian School and taught manual training there. He held several offices in the church. He retired from active work about a year ago due to failing health. On March 23, 1937, he was married to the former Irma Olm in Waukon, Ia.
Mr. Stucki is survived by his wife; a daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Erma) Markus of Kewaskum; a son, John J. Stucki of Milwaukee; three sisters, Mrs. Marie Grether of Neillsville, Mrs. Lydia Bopp and Mrs, Johanna Spire, both of Youngstown, O.; A brother, Dr. J. C. Stucki of San Luis, Colo.; and two grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements were made by the Georgas Funeral Home.
Pallbearers were: Elliot Warlum, Ellis Wall, William Schulz, Robert Shaw, Martin Lowe and the Rev. Mitchell Whiterabbit. Honorary pallbearers were: Joe Zimmerman, Mike Krultz, Jr., Marvin Marg, William Simek, Martin Feuerstein, Thomas Flynn, John Stacy, Jr., and Fred E. Wall.
Those officiating at the service included: The Reverends W. C. Koehler, Jacob Grether, Chester Ploeger and Mitchell Whiterabbit. “How Great Thou Art,” was sung by Mrs. W. C. Koehler, accompanied by Mrs. Jess W. Scott.
People from out of town attending the services included: Dr. J. C. Stucki of San Luis, Colo.; Mrs. Lydia Bopp and Mrs. Johanna Spire of Youngstown, O.; Mrs. Hulda Stucki of Arlington, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Markus of Kewaskum; Mr. and Mrs. John Stucki of Milwaukee; Rev. and Mrs. Chester Ploeger of Menno, S. D.; Frank Stucki of St. Cloud, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Markus of Sheboygan; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Eggert of Shawano; Harry Hauge of Mosinee; David Stucki of Madison; Mrs. Louise Ellingson and Mrs. Ida Carl of Greenwood; Mrs. Tillie Buker, Skipper Stacy, John Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Meyer of Greenwood; JoAnn Grether of Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schuster, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hanneman, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hanneman of Stratford; Mr. and Mrs. John Greub, Mrs. Freda Zerbel, and Mrs. William Theiler of Humbird; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hoesly and Mrs. Herman Kampien of Edgar; Gilbert Lowe of Merrillan; R. R. Eggert, Eugene Olm, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marquardt and Mrs. Ed Schuelle of Stratford; and Mrs. Fred Maeder of Fenwood.
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