Obit: Kattre, Hazel (1903-1970)
Contributor: Kathleen Englebretson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Surnames: Kattre, Wentworth, Eggett, Nichols, Knowlton, Bernhardt
---Source; The Sheboygan Press (Sheboygan, Wisconsin) 18 Jul 1970
Kattre, Hazel Mary Nichols (Eggett, Wentworth) 17 March 1903-18 July
Mrs. Hazel Kattre, 67, Town of Plymouth, died this morning at Plymouth
Hospital where she had been a patient since last Sunday.
The former Hazel Nichols, was born March 17, 1903 at Loyal, Wis.,
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Nichols. She was married to
Melvin Wentworth March 22, 1922 at Loyal. He died December 8, 1934.
(Actually divorce date from Hazel. Actual death was 24 May 1940)
She married Edward Kattre, Oct. 5, 1940 at Elkhart Lake. He died Jan.
Mr. and Mrs. Kattre built the Highway Cafe on Highway 57 in 1947, which
they operated until 1955.
Survivors include one son, Melvin, Town of Mitchell; one daughter,
Mrs. Robert (Mabel) Knowlton, Town of Plymouth; five grandchildren; two
great grandchildren, and one brother, Fred Eggett, Venice, California.
Two brothers and one sister preceded her in death.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday at Wittkopp Funeral Home,
Plymouth, the Rev. Robert Bernhardt, associate pastor of St. John
Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in Plymouth Woodlawn
Friends may call at the funeral home Monday until time of services.
The Sheboygan Press, Saturday, Jul 18, 1970
(When she was a child she was living with George and Loretta Eggett. I
never could confirm the exact relationship but she was known as Hazel
Eggett. I used to think she was a step-child but after reading her obit
I was wondering if George and Loretta adopted her. I just wanted to
clarify this for anyone who would be looking for her as Hazel Eggett
instead of Hazel Nichols.)
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