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Conrad Henry Gonnerman (1883-1939)

GONNERMAN, STEINLICHT, SHATZER, ROST, BENTIN

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Date: 11/27/2020 at 04:51:18

Conrad Henry Gonnerman

The deceased, Conrad Henry Gonnerman, husband of Kathryn Gonnerman, was born in Dysart, Iowa on January 18, 1883, and passed away at his home in Hartley, Iowa, after a prolonged illness, on April 1, 1939, at the age of 56 years, 2 months and 13 days.

His early life was spent in the town of his birth, where he was educated and was confirmed in the Lutheran Faith.

On October 19, 1904, he was married to Kathryn Steinlicht, in Milbank, South Dakota. Four children were born to this union, one son son died in early infancy. In 1910 the family moved to Hartley, and remained here for a year, and then farm-steaded in the vicinity of Hartley. In the winter of 1928, the family moved back to the town of Hartley again, where they have resided since.

Mr. Gonnerman has been a member of Trinity Church for many years, and was one time president of the Trinity Brotherhood. He was also a member of the I.O.O.F. and Modern Woodsmen.

He is survived by his wife, Kathryn, his aged mother, Mrs. Lizzie Gonnerman; two sons, William Clarence of Washington D.C., and Harold Henry [sic] of Hartley; one daughter, Sylvia of Englewood, California; two brothers, Will, of Hartley and John of Hartley; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Shatzer of Hartley and Mrs. Magadalen Rost, of Hartley; two grandchildren, Robert and Judith Hope Gonnerman; his mother-in-law, Mrs. Pauline Bentin, and many other relatives and a host of friends.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon at Trinity Evangelical and Reformed church with Rev.G.A. Pahl officiating. Interment was made in Pleasant View cemetery. G.I. Goley had charge of arrangements.

Hartley (Iowa) Sentinel, 6 Apr 1939, p6


 

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