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Norman Luecht (1994)

LUECHT, SCHLESSELMAN, FAERBER, HOUGE

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The Perry Chief
Perry, Iowa
September 22, 1994
Page 2, Column 8

Services for Norman Luecht, 78, of Perry will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Trinity Lutheran Church in Perry.

Burial will be in Dexter Cemetery at 2 p.m. Visitation begins at 1 p.m. Thursday with family present from 7 to 8 p.m.

Luecht died Tuesday at Dallas County Hospital.
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The Perry Chief
Perry, Iowa
September 29, 1994
Page 2, Column 8

The Rev. Harold Schroeder officiated at services at Trinity Lutheran Church in Perry at 10:30 a.m. Friday for the Rev. Norman M. Luecht, 78, of Perry, who died at Dallas County Hospital in Perry on Tuesday, Sept. 20.

Music was by organist Virginia White.

Ushers were Norman Fiddelke and Paul Wilms.

Pallbearers were Leroy Tibben, Ken Cooper, Brad Golightly, Dave Menz, Mark Emery and Lee Schulteis.

Burial was in the Dexter Cemetery.

Son of Eilert and Emilie Schlesselman Luecht, he was born in Madison County, Ill., on Sept. 7, 1916. After the death of his father in 1918, he and his mother moved to Concordia, Mo., where he received his education at St. Paul Lutheran School and St. Paul Lutheran High School and Junior College. In 1935, he entered Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Mo., graduating from there in 1939.

He was ordained and installed at St. Peter, Midland and Zion in Kadoka, S.D., on June 21, 1952. He also served congregations in White City and Latimer, Kan., Lyons, Kan., Lawrenceburg and Marion, Ind., and Dexter.

Following his retirement in 1982, he served as chaplain at the Perry Lutheran Home for five years and then as assistant to Pastor Schroeder until 1992.

He was married to Bertha Faerber of St. Louis on May 13, 1944.

A memorial fund has been established to the Perry Lutheran Home and contributions may be left at Murdock Funeral Home in Perry.

His wife preceded him in death in November 1987.

Survivors include two daughters, Ruth Luecht of Waukee and Rhoda Houge of St. Louis; and two grandsons.


 

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