Obit: Kintzele, Harland A. (1902 - 1974)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Kintzele, Allen, Gallagher, Ellarson, Bolton, Crosby, Werner, Beilfuss, Schoengarth, Grap, Clark
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/11/1974
Kintzele, Harland A. (29 January 1902 - 8 July 1974)
A court reporter for 50 years, Harland a. Kintzele, 72, died Monday, July 8, at his home on 4 Hewett St. in Neillsville. Funeral services are to be held this (Thursday) afternoon at 1:30 p.m. from the Neillsville Masonic Temple with the Rev. Gary Clark of the United Church of Christ and Wayne Grap of the Masonic Order officiating. Interment will be in the Neillsville City Cemetery. The body of Mr. Kintzele was to be in state from 2 p.m. Wednesday until noon today (Thursday) at the Georgas Funeral home, and then lie in state at the temple one hour before services.
Mr. Kintzele, the son of John P. and Effie (Allen) Kintzele was born January 29, 1902, in the Granton area. He was a graduate of Neillsville High School. Upon completing his education, he was employed as a court reporter for 50 years, working with Judge Emery W. Crosby, with Judge Werner in Appleton for 5 years, then with Judge Bruce Beilfuss and finally with Judge Lowell D. Schoengarth. He retired in June of 1972.
During his lifetime, Mr. Kintzele also served with the 32nd Division of the National Guard for many years.
His marriage to the former Theorea C. Gallagher took place in August of 1925 in Neillsville.
Mr. Kintzele was a member and past master of Neillsville Masonic Lodge No. 163, F&AM; Neillsville Chapter No. 66, Royal Arch Masons; Neillsville Commandery No. 36, Knights Templer; and of the Neillsville Winx Club. Survivors, in addition to his wife, are two daughters: Mrs. Robert (Jean) Ellarson of Madison and Mrs. Alva Bolton of Manitowoc; and four grandchildren.
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