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Imhoff, Henry 1884 - 1959

IMHOFF, ORTH, KELLER, STRUCHEN, KRAFT

Posted By: Cindy Maust Smith (email)
Date: 11/19/2020 at 20:45:41

The Gazette-Tribune, Thursday, May 28, 1959, Sibley, Iowa, Page 4

HENRY IMHOFF DIES FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT HOME IN MAY CITY

Services Held Tuesday In Lutheran Church Burial at Melvin

Henry Imhoff, 75, longtime Osceola county resident, died Friday afternoon at his home in May City.

Services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. in the American Lutheran Church at Melvin, with the Rev. Glen Woodrich officiating. Music was furnished by the church choir. Burial was in the Baker Township cemetery near Melvin. Pallbearers were Arthur Hein, Kimbrae, Minn., Albert Schultz, Clarence Newkirk, Oscar Hansen of Sibley, Fred Benz and Clarence Frey of Melvin.

Henry Imhoff was born March 17, 1884 at Cassville, Wis., the son of Barney and Pauline Barbara (Orth) Imhoff. He was married to Martena Keller of Melvin on June 20, 1905. Mr. and Mrs. Imhoff were the parents of seven children, one dying in infancy. They are Roy of May City; George of Ashton; Marie (Mrs. George Struchen), Garvin, Minn; Albert of Minnesota; Mildred (Mrs. Elmer Kraft), May City and Clarence of Ashton.

He was preceded in death by his parents and all of his brothers and sisters.

Besides his widow, he leaves six children, seventeen grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.

For the first two years the family resided at Hancock, Minn., and the moved to Iowa, living for three years in O'Brien county. He afterwards moved to Hartley and the rest of his life was spent in the Melvin and May City vicinity where he was in the farming and hog buying business.


 

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