Clipped From Janesville Daily Gazette
Frank C. Voss LAKE GENEVA— Funeral services services for Frank C. Voss. 65. 1020 Pleasant St.. who died Monday at Wood Veterans Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Immanuel gelical Lutheran Church, the Rev.,,;, Ear! Guequierre officiating. Buri-'„ i i - Tj-n . al will be in Oak HiU Cemeterj-. Friends mav call at the Steinke Funeral Home tonicht I. runeiai Home toniyil. ..,!'•"'• Tiie son of Mr. and Mrs. Chn>t Vo*s he was born Sept. 3, 1890. ! at Alden. Ul. H e was a World War.:^' I veteran and a member of the Burlington VFW post. He was a resident here for 20 years and a member of Immanuel Church. \ Surviving are a dauchter. Mrs. Kiobard Roe Chicago: five sisters.] Mrs. Walter Russow and Mrs Har- iv Foltz, Lake Geneva, Mrs. Hum "'Iilier Genoa Citv Mrs. John Ueisner, Warren, Ohio, and .Mr». Howard Phair, Dejavan: two brothers. Robert, of Lak e Geneva.'X and Paul, of Hebron, 111., and one grandchild.