Obit: Kampin, Audrey (1930-1989)
Contributor: Kathleen Englebretson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Surnames: Kampin, Allen, Snelling, Krasselt, Loos, Gerldernick, Lindow, Nelson, Lovstad, Heckel, Harriman, Vanderhoof
----Source: Marshfield News-Herald, 8 August 1989
Kampin, Audrey N. (4 October 1930- 7 August 1989)
Mrs. Audrey N. Kampin, 58, Chili, was pronounced dead Monday at her
home by Clark County Coronor Rober Lulloff.
Services will be Thursday at Hansen Funeral Home, Marshfield, with
the Rev. Herbert Biermann of CHrist Lutheran Church, Chili, officiating.
Music will be provided by William Allen, soloist, and Carol Snelling,
organist. Burial will be in Yolo Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Dale Krasselt, Harley and Joe Loos, Willard and
Dan Geldernick and Don Lindow.
She was born October 4, 1930, in the town of Milan, Marathon County,
to Edward and Viola Nelson. She attended Lindsey and Chili area schools.
She was married to Earl "Nobby" Kampin October 1, 1948, at Christ
Lutheran CHurch, Chili. He died January 8, 1982.
She moved as a child to the Lindsey and Chili area. Before her
marriage, she was employed at Weinbrenner Shoe Factory. After her
marriage, she and her husband farmed in Spencer until 1959. She was
later employed as a waitress at Trudeau's Restaurant for seven years.
She had been an inspector in the Door Manufacturing Department for the
past 23 years.
She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church, Chili.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Karl (Judy) Lovstad of Chili
and Penny Kampin of Eau Claire; one son, Jerry of Chili; two brothers,
Gerald Nelson and Ed "Pete" Nelson Jr., both of Spencer; three sisters,
Mrs. Alvin (Ruby) Heckel and Mrs. Carol Harriman, both of Marshfield and
Mrs. Archie (Nila) Vanderhoof of Arpin; and three grandchildren.
She was also predeceased by her parents.
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