Trieloff, Jennings obit
the possibilities fair, Friday tonight Friday to the 75. was one unofficial 2.55 a.m. 3.20 daybreak. 2 p.m state thow- and thli Friday SMS Friday high, Crash Fatal to Former Fort Man FORT ATKINSON - Jennings Trieloff, 52, Madison, & native of Fort Atkinson, died early today in Waukesha Memorial Hospital of injuries suffered Monday when his car and a truck collided at the intersection of Good Hope and Town Line Roads in Menomonee Falls. Driver of the truck was Richard C. Strudell, 19, Brookfield. Stru- dell, who was not hurt, told officers officers he was eastbound on Good Hope Road and made no attempt to stop because he did not realize a stop sign was there. Trieloff was a civil engineer for the Soil Erosion Service. He was a graduate of Fort Atkinson High School, attended Whitewater State College and was graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in civil engeneering. He had been with the Soil Erosion Service for 18 years. Surviving are his wife, Grace; two daughters, Susie, at home, and Sally, in Paris, France; a son, Jimmie, at home; a brother, Carl, of Janesville, and four sisters, sisters, Mrs. Maynard Plum, Janesville, Janesville, Mrs. Ray Wolfgram and Mrs. Alvin Scherwitz, Fort Atkinson, Atkinson, and Mrs. Ruby Waters, Madison. Madison.