Obit: Reber. Walter #2 (1901 - 1974)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
E-mail: dolores@wiclarkcountyhistory.org 

Surnames: Reber, Olson, Hedrick, Simz, Buhlman, Klug, Vine, Gest, Chadwick, Hediger, Harder, Anderegg Johnson, Heck, Morgenthaler, Morneau, Erickson, Musil, Van Gorden, Gaier, Mabie, Clark

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/28/1974

Reber, Walter (22 November 1901 - 17 February 1974)

Funeral services were held February 20 from the Georgas Funeral Home for Walter Reber, 72, of Neillsville, who died February 17. Interment was in the Weston Cemetery at Christie. The Rev. Gary Clark of the United Church of Christ officiated. Masonic services were conducted by Milo Mabie.

Pallbearers were: Hans Morgenthaler, Alfred Morneau, George Erickson, Jas. Musil, Heron Van Gorden, LaVern Gaier and Robert Chadwick.

Among those who attended the services were the following from out-of-town: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reber and family and Mrs. Bernice Olson, Black River Falls; Genevieve Reber, Anita Hedrick and Laurel and Bob Simz, Eau Claire; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Buhlman, Eau Galle; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klug, Ringle; Mr. and Mrs. Theomore Vine, Granton; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gest and family Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klug, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Klug, Mr. and Mrs. W. Klug and Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Klug, Milwaukee; Mr and Mrs. James Chadwick and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chadwick, Mrs. Herman Hediger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harder, Mrs. Edward Andregg, Mrs. Edward Johnson, Mrs. Harvey Heck and Mrs. Ben Heck, Greenwood.

 

 


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