Trieloff, Otto A. obit

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Trieloff, Otto A. obit
 - Former Fort Councilman Dies otto Trieloff...
Former Fort Councilman Dies otto Trieloff Served 11 Years; Active as Building Contractor OTTO A. TRIELOFF FORT ATKINSON - Otto A. [Trieloff, 69, 203 Jackman St., former former city councilman and a building building contractor here for many years, died at 3 p. m. Thursday in 1 Fort Atkinson (Memorial Hospital following a heart attack Monday. Bom Apr. 18, 1886, at Jefferson, the son of Carl and Wilhelmina Punzel Trieloff, he spent most of his life in Fort Atkinson. He established established a record of 11 consecutive consecutive years of service on the Fort Atkinson council, leaving the council in 1942 because of other commitments. He was noted for displaying the courage of his con- jvictions in city affairs. He married Mabel Wilderman on Dec. 26, 1916. Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Curran Curran Kelley, Mt. Prospect, Bl., and Mrs. Harold Attaway, Madison; two grandchildren; a brother, William, William, Fort Atkinson; a sister, Mrs. Charles Nuernberger, Milwaukee. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Sunday in St. Paul's Lutheran Lutheran Church, the Rev. Henry Gieschen officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemeten'- Friends may call at the Nitardy Funeral Home Saturday. A [the A able 9:30 the ner feU him to two the aid. to La., are day was a apparently jhim first The the

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  1. Janesville Daily Gazette,
  2. 27 May 1955, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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