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Goettsch Funeral Home Anamosa

306 East 1st Street
Anamosa, IA 52205
(319) 462-3535
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Goettsch Funeral Home If No Answer

306 East 1st Street
Anamosa, IA 52205
(319) 465-3535
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Iowa inmate's death appears to be self-inflicted, sheriff says - DesMoinesRegister.com

Monday, January 09, 2017

Kestner again found himself at the center of scandal in an Iowa prison when the Iowa Department of Corrections said he used a "crude piece of metal" to assault a corrections officer at Anamosa State Penitentiary.Kestner was transferred to the Wisconsin institution on Nov. 21.Kestner was in the midst of a 35-year sentence for two counts of first-degree theft from Woodbury County and habitual offender and operating a motor vehicle without owner consent from Lee County.Read or Share this story: http://dmreg.co/2hWX9Iz...

Inmate from Iowa dies in cell after move to Wisconsin prison - SFGate

Monday, January 02, 2017

February extended his original 20-year sentence by 15 years after Kestner pleaded guilty to the escape and vehicle theft.Sometime after the escape, Kestner was transferred to the penitentiary in Anamosa, Iowa. In October, authorities said that Kestner managed to get out of a health services room before he assaulted a correctional officer with a crude piece of metal. The officer suffered multiple contusions to the face that required medical treatment.Kestner, who had previously attacked guards in Fort Madison, was placed in segregation after that incident. On Nov. 21, he was transferred to Wisconsin through the a href="http://www.sfgate.com...

Darlene Virginia Turbett - Tama News-Herald - Toledo Chronicle

Monday, October 24, 2016

Mitchellfh.com. Mitchell Family Funeral Home is caring for Darlene and her family. Phone 641-844-1234.Article PhotosDarlene Virginia TurbettDarlene Weaver was born in Anamosa, on January 12, 1926, to Frank and Libbie (Elizabeth Kubik) Weaver. The family moved to Tama when Darlene and her brother,Connie, were young teens. She lived there until she married William Turbett in 1948. When she was young she worked for the Tama News Herald, for a time atthe Tama County Courthouse, and eventually the Central Iowa Telephone Company, which became GTE, where she stayed for 37 years, retiring in 1989.Bill and Darlene made their home just outside of Toledo, where they raised their 4 children.Darlene was a member of the Tama American Legion Auxiliary for 76 years, joining because her father was a WWI veteran. She also enjoyed spending time at King Tower Caf and Big T Maid-Rite over the years, and in her last years, enjoyed going to Meskwaki Casino to spend time and play bingo.Left to cherish her memory are her children, Eric (Ann) Turbett, Candy Mennenga, Kevin (Kelly) Turbett and Lissa Turbett; 9 grandchildren, and several greatand great- great-grandchildren.In death Darlene rejoins her parents, her husband, Bill and her brother, Connie.

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Iowa inmate's death appears to be self-inflicted, sheriff says - DesMoinesRegister.com

Monday, January 09, 2017

Kestner again found himself at the center of scandal in an Iowa prison when the Iowa Department of Corrections said he used a "crude piece of metal" to assault a corrections officer at Anamosa State Penitentiary.Kestner was transferred to the Wisconsin institution on Nov. 21.Kestner was in the midst of a 35-year sentence for two counts of first-degree theft from Woodbury County and habitual offender and operating a motor vehicle without owner consent from Lee County.Read or Share this story: http://dmreg.co/2hWX9Iz...

Inmate from Iowa dies in cell after move to Wisconsin prison - SFGate

Monday, January 02, 2017

February extended his original 20-year sentence by 15 years after Kestner pleaded guilty to the escape and vehicle theft.Sometime after the escape, Kestner was transferred to the penitentiary in Anamosa, Iowa. In October, authorities said that Kestner managed to get out of a health services room before he assaulted a correctional officer with a crude piece of metal. The officer suffered multiple contusions to the face that required medical treatment.Kestner, who had previously attacked guards in Fort Madison, was placed in segregation after that incident. On Nov. 21, he was transferred to Wisconsin through the a href="http://www.sfgate.com...

Darlene Virginia Turbett - Tama News-Herald - Toledo Chronicle

Monday, October 24, 2016

Mitchellfh.com. Mitchell Family Funeral Home is caring for Darlene and her family. Phone 641-844-1234.Article PhotosDarlene Virginia TurbettDarlene Weaver was born in Anamosa, on January 12, 1926, to Frank and Libbie (Elizabeth Kubik) Weaver. The family moved to Tama when Darlene and her brother,Connie, were young teens. She lived there until she married William Turbett in 1948. When she was young she worked for the Tama News Herald, for a time atthe Tama County Courthouse, and eventually the Central Iowa Telephone Company, which became GTE, where she stayed for 37 years, retiring in 1989.Bill and Darlene made their home just outside of Toledo, where they raised their 4 children.Darlene was a member of the Tama American Legion Auxiliary for 76 years, joining because her father was a WWI veteran. She also enjoyed spending time at King Tower Caf and Big T Maid-Rite over the years, and in her last years, enjoyed going to Meskwaki Casino to spend time and play bingo.Left to cherish her memory are her children, Eric (Ann) Turbett, Candy Mennenga, Kevin (Kelly) Turbett and Lissa Turbett; 9 grandchildren, and several greatand great- great-grandchildren.In death Darlene rejoins her parents, her husband, Bill and her brother, Connie.