Obit: Lueth, Rose Ann #2 (1913 - 2008)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Famming, Freimuth, Jensen, Kristek, Lueth, Nelson, Nixdorf, Tessmer, Yahoda
----Source: The Tribune Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.), Volume 48, No. 21, May 21, 2008, Page 17
Lueth, Rose Ann (23 Jan. 1913 - 1 May 2008)
Rose Lueth, 95, formerly of Curtiss, Wisconsin died Thursday, May 1, 2008 at the Colonial Center, Colby, Wis.
Funeral Services were held Monday, May 5 at St. Peter Lutheran Church in Dorchester, Wis. Rev. Jerome Freimuth presided. Susan Tessmer was the organist for Gloria Nixdorf as the soloist. Burial followed in Pine Hill Cemetery in the town of Mayville in Clark County.
Rose was born January 23, 1913, in Phillips to Peter and Rosie (Yahoda) Kristek.
She attended Phillips Public School until she married Fielder Lueth on June 5, 1929, in Phillips.
They moved to Curtiss where they farmed from March 1930 until March 29, 1971. They retired from farming and sold the farm to their son, Albert, but continued to reside in Curtiss.
Rose enjoyed growing flowers, going fishing and traveling.
Her husband Fielder passed away February 26, 1991.
Rose entered the Colonial Center in Colby, Wisconsin on October 18, 2001, where she resided until the time of her death. She was a member of St. Peter Lutheran Church and St. Peter Ladies Aid.
She is survived by her children, the late Elmer (Gladys) Lueth, Curtiss, Alber Lueth, Dorchester, Virgil (Beverly) Lueth, Spring Valley, Arnold (Lynn) Lueth, Sparta, the late Greta (Jim) Nelson, Chippewa Falls, Deanna (Michael) Famming, Woodruff, and Rosella (Gene) Jensen, Neillsville; 22 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; 6 great-great grandchildren; and on brother Edward (Bernice) Kristek, Eagle River.
Rose was preceded in death by her parents, her husband; two sons; a daughter; and brothers and sisters.
Maurina - Schilling Funeral Home is assisted the family with arrangements.
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