Obit: Mateofsky, John (1900 - 1963)


Surnames: Mateofsky, Notbohm, Hana, Kaltenberg, Goldbach, Toelle, Schefsick

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 09/26/1963

Mateofsky, John (3 JAN 1900 - 19 SEP 1963)

Funeral services for John Mateofsky of Marathon, formerly of Abbotsford, who died unexpectedly Wednesday morning, Sept. 19, 1963, at his home, were held Saturday morning at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Marathon. The Rev. Lloyd Geissler officiated at the requiem high mass at 10 o'clock, which was followed by interment in St. Mary's Cemetery.

Mr. Mateofsky was born in Ashland Jan. 3, 1900. He grew up in the Abbotsford area and was educated in the Rosedale school in the town of Holton and the Abbotsford High School.

He was a cheesemaker and for a time worked at Schullsburg and later was engaged in the Chevrolet business in partnership with Al Notbohm at Abbotsford. He also was a business partner with his brother-in-law, Fred Toelle, in operating the 13 & 29 Club.

After leaving Abbotsford he was employed by the Medford Brewery for a few years and then went to Marathon and was in the employ of the Marathon City Brewing Co., from which he retired.

He is survived by hsi wife, the former Alva Hana, whom he married April 5, 1925, at Medford, and two daughters, Mrs. Nila Kaltenberg of Madison, and Mrs. Robert (Iris) Goldbach of Marathon, and one grandchild.

Two sisters, Mrs. Fred Toelle of Abbotsford and Mrs. Joseph Schefsick of Chippewa Falls also survive.





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