Clipped From The Daily Journal
The rest irf the oU pUMt wu es- re- IRS its by Rudolph Rossow, Oalton resident, dies Rudolph Rossow, 63, Dalton, died Friday at Community Memorial Hospital, Elbow Lake. Services were held today at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Breckenridge, with the Rev. Leo Leisen officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. He was born May 4, 1910, Breckenridge. He worked for the Minnesota Highway Department and was a volunteer on the Breckenridge Fire Department. On June 18, 1936, he married Mary Rose Schneider in Breckenridge. He worked as a fireman the Great Northern Railroad for a few years, then moved Missouri where he operated a fruit farm. The family then moved to Virginia where he worked as an electrician. He retired and moved to Dalton 1969. Surviving are his wife; a Richard, Dalton; nine daughters, Mrs. Hunter (Hilary) McKenney, Laurin- burg, N.C.; Judith, Gaithers- burg, Md.; Mrs. John (Ruth) Mattson, Columbia, Md; Mrs. Rita Bruin, and Mrs. Richard (Maureen) Dickenson, both of Arlington, Va.; Mrs. Mark (Kay Ann) Halsey, Corvalh's, Ore.; Mrs. Bruce (Deanna) Barton, Jacksonville, N.C.; Mrs. Steve (Jeanne) Andrusia, Falls Church, Va.; Mrs. Paul (Joanne) Leverone, Panama City Beach, Fla.; and nine grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Joseph Vertin , and v ,Sons, Breckenridge: Â· 'Â· Â·"Â· ' - - ; .