Obit: Hug, Norval (1919 - 1961)
Surnames: Hug, Garvue, Krackenberger, Anderson, Hales, Johnston, Hills, Trindal Rayhorn, Rottjer, Kruger, Schwanke, Doering
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) November 30, 1961
Hug, Norval (25 October 1919 - 21 November 1961)
Norval Hug, who had operated the farm equipment service business in Loyal since 1946, and latterly was a real estate salesman, died in his home about 11:30 p.m. November 21. Authorities said that death resulted from a gunshot wound. They said he had taken his own life. He had been in poor health recently.
Private funeral services, with Masonic rites, were held last Friday from the Myre Funeral home, with the Rev. Paul Doering as the officiating clergyman. Gilbert Kruger was in charge of the Masonic rites and Frank Schwanke acted as chaplain. Pallbearers were: Roy O. Hales, Neil Johnston, Harold Hills, William W. Trindal, Ralph Rayhorn and Henry Rottjer.
The body was taken to Sunset Memorial Park, Minneapolis, for cremation.
Mr. Hug was born October 25, 1919, in Stetsonville, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hug. He lived in Medford until he moved to Loyal in 1946. He was married to the former Maxine Garvue in June of 1947 in Iowa.
Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Krisan and Jenifer and a son, Michael, all at home; his mother, Mrs. Walter Hug of Medford; two sisters, Mrs. Vernon (Dorothy) Krackenberger of Medford, and Mrs. George (Marilyn) Anderson of Eau Claire; and a brother, Norman of Abbotsford.
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