Obit: Hollub, Louise (1913 - 1942)
Surnames: Hollub, Groh, Voelker, Korth, Andre, Pieper, Allison, Lenz
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 10/22/1942
Hollub, Louise (17 AUG 1913 - 20 OCT 1942)
Mrs. Harold Hollub Dies October 20th
Body Was Found by Her Sister When They Returned from Spencer; Had Visited Here for Past Four Weeks.
Mrs. Harold Hollub, nee Louise Voelker, of Waukegan, Ill., died very suddenly at the home of her brotherinlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Groh, in the town of Sherman Tuesday morning, Oct. 20, at about 10 o’clock. Mrs. Hollub had been suffering from a nervous breakdown and had spent the past four weeks in this community visiting relatives and friends, and trying to regain her health. Funeral services for the deceased will be held at the Swarthout Funeral Home Friday afternoon, at 2 o’clock, but the place of burial was not known at the time of going to press.
The deceased was born on August 17, 1913, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voelker of Spencer. She was married to Harold Hollub and to this union two daughters were born, Erauan, 7 and Karen, 2. After her marriage they made their home in Oshkosh, and a few years ago moved to Waukegan, Ill., which was the home of the deceased at the time of her death. Mrs. Hollub was well and favorably known in this community, and the entire citizenship extend to the bereaved relatives the heartfelt sympathy of the community.
Mrs. Hollub is survived by her husband and two daughters; her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voelker of Spencer; seven sisters, Mrs. Fred Korth of Spencer; Mrs. Herman (Minnie) Andre of Spencer; Mrs. Art (Mildred) Pieper of Oshkosh; Mrs. Wm Pieper of Clintonville; Mrs. Edward (Edna) Allison of Oshkosh; Mrs. Lenhard (Evelyn) Lenz of Oshkosh and Mrs. Chas. (Leotha) Groh of Spencer.
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