Obit: Van Kirk, Albert J. (? - 1967)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Van Kirk, Hause, Johnson, Huebner, Sweinhart, Christen, Reuchdeim, Melcher, Wenegan, Wein, Anderson, De Long, Fitzmaurice, Seguin, Marg, Trader, Stanek, Calkins, Grether
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/11/1967
Van Kirk, Albert J. (? - 28 April 1967)
Albert J. Van Kirk, 72, of the Osseo Nursing Home and a former Humbird resident, died at the Osseo Hospital, April 28, 1967. Funeral services were conducted from St. John’s United Church of Christ in Humbird May 2, the Rev. Jack Grether of Neillsville officiating. Military rites were held by the Humbird American Legion post. Interment was made in Mentor Cemetery. A luncheon was served by the Women‘s Guild for relatives and friends.
Surviving are, his wife, Clara; three sons, Warren and Dewitt of Humbird, and Calvin of Janesville; five daughters, Mrs. Viola Hause of Neillsville, Mrs. William Johnson of Fontana, Mrs. Dale Huebner of Humbird, Mrs. Barbara Sweinhart of Alburtis, Pa., and Mrs. James Christen, Chippewa Falls; a sister, Mrs. Frank Reuchdeim of Green Bay; and three brothers, Lloyd of Shawano, Vernon of Mukwonago and Earl in Wyoming. Several grandchildren, nephew and nieces also survive.
Those from away attending were, Mrs. Harvey Melcher and family and Mrs. Harvey Wenegan of La Crosse; Mr. and Mrs. John Wein and daughter, of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Van Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Van Kirk and Mrs. Archie Van Kirk of Sparta; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson of Waunakee; Mr. and Mrs. Earl De Long of Owen; Mrs. Jake Fitzmaurice and the Seguin family of Alma Center; Kurt Marg of Neillsville; Mr. and Mrs. Clem Trader of Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stanek of Wonewoc; Mr. and Mrs. Silas Calkins and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Calkins of Janesville.
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