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Monday, June 26, 2017
Dorothy Maxine Ball, 97, of Clinton, formerly of Fairfield Bay, passed away June 10, 2017. She was born on June 25, 1919 in Nevada, Iowa to Howard and Emma Farni. Dorothy worked as a Financial Secretary before retirement and moving to Fairfield Bay.
Left to cherish her memory are her sons Larry Ball, James Ball and Richard Ball as well as numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and other family and friends.
Dorothy was preceded in death by her father Howard Farni, her mother Emma Farni, husband Stanley R. Ball; brother Elmer Farni, brother Marvin Farni and sister Marjorie Farni.
Arrangements entrusted to Clinton Funeral Service. To sign Dorothy's Book of Memories, please go to www.clintonfuneralservice.com.Monday, June 26, 2017
MARTIN, Arthur H. was born on February 3, 1928 in Ames, Iowa. He graduated from Iowa State University with a Civil Engineering degree. He married Virginia Kulow Martin, (deceased) in 1949. He is survived by his children, Andy (Marla) and Lori De Witt (John), his grandsons, Seth (Brittany) and Jeremy and two sisters, Marian Slavens and Elizabeth Watson. His heart failed on June 12, 2017. Art was a retired Navy Captain. He was an active member of Catalina United Methodist and sang in the choir for over 50 years. He also served on the board of the Ott YMCA. He will be sorely missed. Services will be held on Sunday, June 18, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. at Catalina United Methodist Church with reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Catalina United Methodist church/music department. Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Dodge Chapel.Monday, June 26, 2017
Lierman was born on January 20, 1943 in Modale, IA to Merrill and Lena (Brown) McDonough. She graduated from North High School in Geneva, NE. She went on to attend Kearney State College and Western Iowa Community College in Sioux City, IA. Clara worked at Sioux City Foundry.On August 10, 1979, she married Dennis Lierman in Elk Point, SD. In 1983, they moved to Beemer, NE, where Clara operated the Beemer Café for a few years.Clara was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Beemer Optimists and West Point Crime Stoppers. She enjoyed reading, word searches, knitting, and playing cards.Survivors include-Daughter- Angela (Schutt) and Bob Fundermann of Anthon, IADaughter-DeAnna Montes of Beemer, NESon-Kevin and Porsche Schutt of Powder Springs, GAGrandchildren- Sydney Fundermann, Taylor Fundermann, Ashley and BJ Richtig and children-Genesys & Nevaeh, Justice and Aleisha Lyons, Abigayle Schutt, Jake Schutt, and Danise LoydStep-Children-Allan and Sheryl Lierman of Lincoln, NERonnie and Sandy Lierman of Beemer, NEDanny and Evonne Lierman of Beemer, NESteve Lierman of Omaha, NECory and Debbie Lierman of Omaha, NETami and Larry Jones of Salt Lake City, UTLonnie and Nancy Lierman of West Point, NESeveral Step-grandchildren and step-great grandchildrenBrother-Merv and Judy McDonough of Camdenton, MOSisters- Louise and Delbert Hansen of Oakland, NEDorothy Belden of Kansas City, KSDebbie and Mike Widerstrom of Woodburn, ORShe was preceded in death by her parents, husband-Dennis, and four sisters-Winnie Ott, Marian Willmer, Carolyn Loges, and Merna Cline.Monday, June 26, 2017
Chaplain Steve Samples as celebrant. Cremation was under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.She was born to Clifford G. and Dorothy M. Merrill Hartness on February 22, 1935 in Oskaloosa, Iowa and passed away Monday, June 19, 2017 in The Commons Nursing Home. Peggy married Marvin Duane Minkler in Dickens, Iowa on February 21, 1954 at the Little Brown Church in the Vale in Nashua, Iowa. They moved to Colorado Springs, CO in March of 1962. In 1962, they adopted a little girl, Linda Sue. On Christmas Eve, 1964, they added to their family by bringing home another adopted child, a little boy, Michael Duane to make the family complete. Peggy was a devoted mother; making her children the number one priority in her life. She served as a den mother for cub scouts and boy scouts, choir mother for the youth choir at her church which her children were members of, and chauffeur to the many piano lessons and dancing lessons that Linda was involved in. Peggy also loved the ocean and had lots and lots of seachells in her collection. She moved to Enid, Oklahoma in 1999 to live closer to her daughter, Linda. She became a foster grandparent and worked with children in the Enid school system. She also volunteered at Bass Hospital; a job she truly loved. While living at Meadows Point Apartments she met Phil Bostick. They became close ...Monday, June 19, 2017
C., Jeffrey (Janet) Reiner of Omaha, Neb.; four grandchildren and their spouses, Dr. Benjamin C. Reiner, Ph.D. (Dr. Teresa Donze-Reiner, Ph.D.), Philadelphia, Melissa S Bintz (Russell Bintz), Lehigh, Iowa, Jennifer M Fuchs (Edward Fuchs) Montpelier, Vt. and Nicole Cain, Myrtle Beach, S.C.Betty was also blessed with five great-grandchildren, Evan, Ayden, and Jackson Bintz (Melissa), Everdean Fuchs (Jennifer), and Alexandra Reiner (Benjamin).Betty is survived by five siblings, Vonnie Mincemoyer, Barb Embeck, Elaine Springer, Jane Hunselman and Wade King.She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Reiner; two brothers, Barry King and John ‘Butch’ King; and a granddaughter, Cari Whittington (Cain).The family will receive friends and loved ones from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday at Brooks Funeral Home, 124 Main St., Watsontown. Interment will follow at the Paradise Cemetery, rural Milton, with the Rev. Thomas Glasoe, of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Potts Grove, officiating.
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Monday, June 26, 2017
Vinita High School in 1935. After high school, she attended Northeastern Oklahoma Junior College and then left for Grinnell, Iowa to work for her Aunt Hattie and Uncle Jack Sangster. While there, she met a young student at Grinnell College named Glenn Palmer and they married in 1942. In 1943, while Glenn was in the Army overseas, they welcomed a baby boy, James Glenn, born in Vinita. In 1945, Eileen and Glenn moved to Ames, Iowa, where Glenn finished his degree in Architectural Engineering, with the help of the G.I. Bill. After moving to Bartlesville in 1948, where Glenn was employed by Phillips Petroleum, Eileen was a homemaker and was active in the JayCee-ettes. In 1952, the family added a daughter, Gina. Eileen created a very comfortable home atmosphere and was talented at decorating and the domestic arts. She was a supportive wife and an attentive and loving mother, active in the P.T.A., her children's activities, and she served as a deaconess and later Elder at the First Christian Church.After Jim and Gina grew up, Eileen and Glenn were given the opportunity to be transferred to London, England, where they traveled extensively and made a number of new friends. They returned to Bartlesville in 1977 and resumed their active roles in the church and the community. Eileen's skills as a grandmother were second to none. She was blessed with three grandchildren, Michael and Laura Palmer and Will Schiebl, and she showered them with love and attention, the memories of which they will always carry with...Monday, June 19, 2017
Anna is survived by her son, Gary W. (Jean) Kittle, of Bazetta; a sister, Helen Zinn, of St. Leonard, Maryland; a grandson, Daniel (Ashley) Kittle and a stepgrandson, Joseph Floch, both of Waverly, Iowa and a great-grandson, Grant Kittle. Anna was preceded in death by four brothers; three sisters; a stepgrandson, Nicholas Floch and a stepgreat-grandson, Nicholas.Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 20, 2017, at the Carl W. Hall Funeral Home, 533 North Park Ave., Warren, with Pastor John Griffith officiating.Friends may call one hour prior to services from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 20 at the funeral home. Anna will be laid to rest in Champion Township Cemetery.In lieu of flowers the family requests that material contributions be made to the McKinley Community Church in Warren or to Hospice of the Valley, in her memory.Order Flowers HereA television tribute will air Monday, June 19 at the following approximate times:12:25 p.m. WKBN, 6:58 p.m. on MyYTV and 10:37 p.m. FOX plus two additional spots throughout the day.Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement...Monday, June 19, 2017
Lowell Edward Futch Jr. and wife, Dianne of Doyline, Kenneth Futch of Doyline, Vinson Futch and wife, Paula of Shreveport, daughter Sarah Thuman and husband, Randy of Earlville, Iowa, sisters, Rose Martinez and husband, Leo of Las Vegas, New Mexico, Nancy Ortiz and husband, Tom of Albuquerque, New Mexico, brother Ralph Martinez and wife, Amelia of Albuquerque, New Mexico, nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.RelatedComments comments...Monday, May 01, 2017
Moore in this contributed photo. Wieseler was killed on Sunday.(Photo: Special to the Press-Citizen)Preliminary autopsy results show that the victim of a weekend homicide died of a gunshot wound, Iowa City police said Wednesday.The body of Jonathan Wieseler, a 34-year-old Iowa City bail bondsman was found Sunday morning in Lederman Bail Bonds at 518 S. Capitol St. A preliminary autopsy conducted by the Johnson County Medical Examiner's Office revealed that he had been shot and the manner of his death was a homicide, police said in a news release Wednesday.Police were called to Lederman at 11:11 a.m. Sunday where they discovered Wieseler's body "with multiple sources of trauma."Police said Wednesday they believe the homicide is an isolated event. The department is investigating all leads, the release said.MORE:Police are looking for the public's assistance in developing further information about what happened, the release said, and are looking to find out more about people who were in the general vicinity of Lederman, especially between 10 p.m. Saturday and 3 a.m. Sunday. The building sits directly across from the Johnson County Jail and Sheriff's Office.Anyone with information is encouraged to call Iowa City police investigator Mike Smithey at (319) 356-5452.Wieseler grew up in Sioux City, gra...