Minnie Assink Obit Sept 1953
Mrs. was p a n i o n , West Olive Woman Dies At Holland Hospital Mrs Minnie Assink, 63 ot r o 1, West Olive, died Saundav af- lernoon at Holland Hospital. She had been il! several weeks. Surviving are the husband, Henry; three sons, William of South Olive, F i a n k and Harlem; four daugnu-i-s, Mrs Lawrence V'andei Zvvaag M'VJ Harry Blauwkamp, Mrs Bemaicl Koctie, all of r o u t e 2 and Mrs. Alvm Nienhms ol loutc 1. Zeeland; 21 grandchildren; three brothers. John and Boniam- in Koopman of Grand Rapids William Koopman ol BattJe C i e tour sisters, Mrs H e n r y Riet, Mrs Jacob Kamphuis. Mrs. Peter Datema, all of Grand Rapids, and Mrs. Leonard Bareman of route 2, Holland. Funeral services will be held Tuesday al 2 p.m. at Ha11cm Reformed Chuich. Relatives a i e a.-ked to moot m the church at 1.45. The Rev. Francis D .vi 11 officiate and burial will be Pilgrim Home Cemetery. Friends "nay call at Langeland Funeral home this evening.