Bio: Hoehne, George C. & Margaret (Andrews)
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----Source: Clark Co, Wis. History Buffs

Surnames: Andrews, Arms, Hoehne


George C. & Margaret (Andrews) Hoehne

Greenwood, Clark Co., Wisconsin


George C. Hoehne was a lifetime resident of Greenwood, Wisconsin area where he, his brother and father operated a hardware store and also were engaged in the plumbing and heating business.  He was born February 5, 1905 to Carl & Emma Lena (Runkel) Hoehne.

Dec. 18, 1932, he married the former Margaret Andrews at Greenwood.  She was born Sept. 11, 1911 and was the daughter of Frank and Eva (Arms) Andrews.


The Hoehne family belonged to the Zion United Church of Christ in Greenwood, Wisconsin.  George was a member of the Masonic Lodge 249, Neillsville Chapter No. 66 of the Royal Arch Masons, Neillsville Commandry No. 36 and Zor Shrine Temple.  Margaret belonged to the Greenwood Women's Club.


George died of a heart attack October 18, 1975.  His wife, Margaret (Andrews) Hoehne died July 23, 1995.  They are both buried in the Greenwood City Cemetery.


George C. Hoehne in 1937



George Hoehne belonged to the prestigious Greenwood Commercial Club and was its treasurer the year a Banquet was held in honor of the unveiling of the Peace Monument given to the city by Ernest Durig in 1937.  His father, Carl C. Hoehne, was also one of the area residents who had a bust made by the artist.


Children of Carl & Emma Lena (Runkel) Hoehn

Nelda, Ilma, Jule & George


Bust of Carl C. Hoehne 1870-1963


Bio: Hoehne, Jeffery Paul


----Source: Greenwood Gleaner, 1961



Madison, Wis., Jeffrey P. Hoehne, Greenwood, is among the 2,777 members of the Senior Class of 1961 of the University of Wisconsin, who have their pictures in the senior section of the 1962 Badger annual yearbook of the State University.

The 500-page Badger yearbook will be distributed late in the spring among its purchasers on the Wisconsin campus. Published annually by Wisconsin students for Wisconsin students on an entirely self-supporting basis, the Badger contains thousands of photos of Wisconsin students and studen groups. Wisconsin campus scenes and activities, and UW faculty and staff members, to record the entire story of the University's school year and the many individuals from all parts of the state and nation who took part in it.


  • Obit: Hoehne, Emma Lena Runkel (1873 - 1953)

  • Obit: Hoehne, George (1905 - 1975)

  • Obit: Hoehne, Julius R. (1907 - 1982)

  • Obit: Hoehne, Margaret (1911 - 1995)



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