Homicide - Marcella Gronemus Bye
Suspect Released Woman'sDeath Ruled Homicide The death of a 50 . year - oldrnor Mulroy were available La Crosse woman, ruled homi-J comment. cide by La Crosse County Coro-; Services for the victim will be I ner Robert Holmquist, was Tuesday at 11 a.m. from the shrouded in mystery Saturday Schumacher Funeral Home and mght as city police continued at 11:30 a.m. from St. their investigation. More Catholic Church. Rev. E.' Holmquist said an autopsy j. Thome will officiate and buri- Marcur e!r?0n indicated al will be in Woodlawn Ceme- Mrs. Leland (Marcella) Bye,itery. 2010 S. 21st Terr., died of “an Friends may call at the funer- mtercramal hemorrhage.” He al home Monday from 7 to 9 declined to elaborate on any oth- p.m. The Rosary will be at 7:30 er details surrounding the p.m. death. . Mrs. Bye was bom in La 11 PollJe ambulance was Crosse County May 7, 1921. In called to the home about 9:35 addition to her husband, she is a.m. where Mrs. Bye’s bodyisurvived by four daughters,, was found. Asst. Dist. Atty. Mi- Mrs. James (Mary Lee) Kerri- chael Mulroy and Holmquist gan of La Crosse, Mrs. Kathy also were called to the scene. Egli, of Topeka, Kan., Mrs. Mrs. Bye reportedly was in- (Nancy) Hodapp, of Mad- volved in an altercation prior to w and Natalie, at home; four her death. Police reportedlyisons Winiam, Robert, James at home; five le^td no arr^rhad^>andchUdren; her father’ WU' made hv nrp«s ti»w„ ham Gronemus, of Cashton; night Saturday three sisters, Mrs. Leo (Irene ■ • TT ______ ___1 City police refused to release further information and neither Det. Capt. Ray Liehtie, who is heading up the investigation, 75 U.S. Helicopters Phased Out Of War Hammes of rural Bangor, Mrs. Eugene (Verna) Hammes of rural Barre Mills, and Kenneth (Leona) Ziegler of Sparta; and one brother, Harold Gronemus of Rockland. She was preceded in death by her moth-; er, Dora, in 1965.