Fred Lange Obituary
Fred Longe's Final Rites Conducted ot Church in Loke View (Ttmw HeraM Service) LAKE VIEW—Last rites were held Saturday, August 16, at Emmanuel Lutheran church in Lake View for Karl Friedrich CFred) Lange. 71, "'ho died at McVay hospital. Lake City, Aug. 13. The Rev. T. H. Goehle officiated. officiated. Music was furnished by Mrs. Donald Hawks, Mrs. Ernest Walter, Walter, Mrs. Donald Hill and Mrs. E. P. Hackbarth, who sang, "Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me," "Asleep In Jesus," and "God Will Take Care of You." Pallbearers were Fred Hess, Ross Irwin, Louis Strus, Louis Weitzel, Arthur Wagner and Rudy Weber. Burial was in Oak Lawn cemetery. Auburn, with the Krouch Funeral home in charge of arrangements. Mr. Lange was bom at Wall Lake, April 9. 1881. He was the third of nine children of Mr. and Mrs. Claus Lange. He was baptized baptized May 11, 1884, by Pastor L. A. Mueller. He l>ecame a communicant communicant member of Peace Lutheran Lutheran church at Wall Lake through confirmation on April 3, 1898. On Sept. 1, 1905, Mr. Lange was married to Clara Wicker of Wall Lake. Two daughters were born, Mrs. LuciUe Simpson, Cherokee, and Mrs. Man-el Gomterman, Nemaha. In 1947, Mr. Lange was married married to Gertrude Hamilton of Auburn. He was engaged in farming the %'icinity of Wall Lake until about five years ago when his health compelled his retirement. Since then he and Mrs. Lange have resided in Lake View. Mr. Lange underwent surgery Iowa City in Jtme. IS. 1, and had not been well since. He was confined confined in the hospital several times after his operation. For a number of weeks he had beeij a patient in the McVay hospital. He is sur\'ived by his widow, his two daughters, three grandchildren grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, great-grandchildren, six brothers: Marx Lange, Sioux City; John Lange, Wall Lake: August Lange, Storm Lake: Adolph Lange, New Smyrna, Smyrna, Fla.; William Lange, Sioux City, and Rufus I*Jige, Fairmont, N. D. He was preceded in death by parents and two sisters.