Henry Lerum Obit

janehclay Member Photo

Clipped by janehclay

Henry Lerum Obit - 2 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD' _ Thursday, Feb. 20,...
2 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD' _ Thursday, Feb. 20, 1958 her death, made her home at R07 Moscow. She was united in mar-: rin.cre with Malhias Fisrh on Feb.' 10, 1886, at Freeburg. Minn. Mrs. Fisch was a member of' Ihe Women's Catholic Order of Foresters and St. Augustine Ro-: sary Society. ; She died Feb. IT., 19fiR. Funoral • services were held nt in a.m. Wednesday, Wednesday, Feb. 19, nt St. Aii.pustiiie.' Church. Interment was in Clavary Cemetery with the Mayer Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Fisch is survived by two sons, George Fisch and Dr. H. M. Fisch Sr., Austin; two daughters, Mi's. George Button, Minneapolis, i and Sister Mary Ethelreda of the! College of St. Teresa, Winona; 15; grandchildren; 31 great-grandchil-! dren. j She was preceded in death by j her husband in 1956; a son, Edward Edward Fisch in 1933, and a grand-' son, George Sutton Jr., who was • killed in action in 1943. charge of arrangements. American American Legion Pest fll was the military military escort. The pallbearers were six nephews, Everett Goodwin, David Hovland, T)ean Hovland, Dale Hamilton, Orvlle Wangen, Richard Wangen. His father, mother, five sisters, two brothers preceded him in denth. Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Knute Goodwin (Emma), Mrs. Edward Wangen, (Milli-?), Mrs. Harold Hovland (Olga), Mr;. Mark Hamilton (Emelia), Austin, a number of nieces and nephews and a host of friends. Many relatives relatives from Ellendale, Oakland, Hayward, Albert Lea, Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Iowa, South Dakota attended the service. 1891 Henry Lerum 1958 Henry John Lerum was born Nov. 1, 1891, in Oakland Township, Township, Freeborn County, the son of Erick and Ingeborg Lerum. He was baptized and confirmed at Midway Lutheran Church. He worked for Geo. A. Hormel j& Co., for quite a few years un] un] til a year ago last fall he retired. In his earlier days, he did farm work in the Oakland community and made his home in Albert Lea for a while. He also worked in South Dakota. He entered the army at Madison, S. D., in April, 1918, and served overseas in the 355th Inf. 89 Division and participated participated in the St. Mihiel Salient Battle. Mr. Lerum passed away suddenly Feb. 9, 1958, at his home, 4ft4 E. Water. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, at St. Olaf Lutheran Church, the Rev. Arthur L. Swenson officiating. Burial Burial was at Oakwood Cemetery with Worlein Funeral Home 1 n 19.15 Unnald Lahann 1958 Ronald R. Lahann was born March 3, 1935, at. Austin, Minn., the son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lahann. He was baptized July 21, 1935, at Grace Lutheran Church, Austin, and at tended schools in Austin and Wai- tham and Ashton S. D. In 1951, he mov ed to Wichita Kan., with h i s parents and graduated graduated from Easl High School there He entered the Lt. Lahann Air Cadets in 1955, in San Antonio, Texas. He graduated July 27, 1956, in Del Rio Texas, as a second lieutenant with distinguished honors. He left for overseas duties in Korea on June 6, 1957. He met his death on Jan. 30 1958, in an F-86 Sabre Jet of whic' he was pilot. Left to mourn his death are his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. LeRoy Lehann, Wichita; two brothers, Loren of the U.S. Navy and Eugene, at home; his mater nal grandparents, iMr. and Mn Henry Clausen, Ashton; aunts uncles and cousins as well as t host of friends. He was a kind anc loving son and brother. Funeral services were held Sat We for thoughtfulness loved those remembered. 8:30 Olaf

Clipped from The Austin Daily Herald20 Feb 1958, ThuPage 2

The Austin Daily Herald (Austin, Minnesota)20 Feb 1958, ThuPage 2
janehclay Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in