Obit: Clavin, Jeanne (1921 - 1967)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Clavin, Brooks, Potter, Gault, Peters, Scott, Struble, Bremer, Zank, Ludovic, Schwellenbach, Bardell, Berger, Koehler
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/27/1967
Clavin, Jeanne (21 October 1921 - 24 April 1967)
Mrs. Patrick Clavin, 45, of Lancaster, Cal., died Monday in a Van Nuys, Cal., hospital. She was the former Jeanne Potter, daughter of the late Wayne and Vivian Potter.
Funeral arrangements in Neillsville are tentatively set for Friday and are in charge of the Georgas Funeral Home.
Mrs. Clavin recently came to Neillsville to attend the funeral of her father.
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/4/1967
Funeral services for Mrs. Patrick Clavin, 45, of Lancaster, Cal., were held Friday afternoon from the Georgas Funeral Home. The Rev. W. C. Koehler of the United Church officiated. Burial was made in the Neillsville City Cemetery.
Mrs. Clavin, the former Jeanne Potter, daughter of the late Wayne and Vivian (Brooks) Potter, was born October 21, 1921, in the Town of Grant. She was a 1939 graduate of Neillsville High School. On August 23, 1964, she was married to Patrick Clavin in Las Vegas, Nev. She also attended Winona Business College and for the last 20 years (some words missing here) where she was employed at the Edwards AFB.
She is survived by her husband, Patrick Clavin of Lancaster, Cal.; a sister, Mrs. Robert (Marcia) Gault of Phoenix, Ariz., and by her step-mother, Mrs. Marion Potter of Neillsville.
Mrs. Robert Peters, accompanied by Mrs. Jess W. Scott, sang, “I Hear the Voice of Jesus.”
Pallbearers were: Delbert Struble, Clarence Bremer, Fritz Zank, Pete Ludovic, William Schwellenbach and Clarence Bardell.
People from away here for the funeral were Mr. Clavin, and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Berger of Hopkins, Minn.
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