Anton John Müggenborg1,2

M, (May 11, 1876 - January 12, 1922)
Anton John Müggenborg/Mueggenborg (1876-1922), about 1900. Photo from Emma Hoebing's photo album, in the collection of Ray Schettler.
FatherWilhelm Josef Müggenborg (April 26, 1842 - May 19, 1912)
MotherMaria Christina Höbing (August 16, 1852 - April 17, 1905)
Name Variation Anton John Müggenborg was also known as Anton John Mueggenborg. 
Birth*11 May 1876He was born on 11 May 1876, at Weseke, Kreis Borken, Westphalia, Prussia; WW I draft registration lists birth date of May 19, 1876.1,2,3 
He was the son of Wilhelm Josef Müggenborg and Maria Christina Höbing
Immigration*24 May 1898Anton John Müggenborg immigrated on 24 May 1898, to United States; Anton is listed in the Ellis Island data as a German immigrant from "Borhen" which is likely Borken, who arrived at 22 years and single. He traveled on the ship Westerland from Antwerp, Belgium. His name is spelled Muggenborg on the records.4 
Marriage*17 February 1903He married Margaret Nieland, daughter of John Henry Nieland and Anna Margaretha Berning, on 17 February 1903, at St. Bernard Catholic Church, Breda, Carroll County, Iowa.1,2,5 
WWI Draft Registry*12 September 1918Anton John Müggenborg was registered for the draft on 12 September 1918 at Canadian County, Oklahoma.6
Death*12 January 1922He died on 12 January 1922, at Okarche, Oklahoma, at age 45.1,2 
Misc*He was remembered with a funeral card (Totenzettel) from Okarche, Oklahoma.
Jesus! Maria! Joseph!
Zum frommen Andenten an
Anton J. Mueggenborg
Geboren am 19. Mai 1876 in Weseke, Westphalia, Deutschland. Gestorben am 12. Januar 1922.
Ausgeduldet, Ausgelitten,
hast du deinen großen Schmerz.
Ausgelitten und erkaltet
Ist dein treues liebes Herz.
Hast uns allzufrüh verlassen,
Deine Liebe sorgt nicht mehr,
Dein Erkalten, dein Erblassen
Schlug uns Wunden tief und schwer.
Barmherziger Jesu, gib ihm die ewige Ruhe!
7 Jahr 7 Quad Ablaß.
Süßes Herz Maria, sei meine Rettung.
300 Tage Ablaß.
Jesus, Maria, Joseph, mit Euch möge meine Seele in Frieden hinscheiden.
300 Tage Ablaß.

Jesus! Mariy! Joseph!
In pious memory of
Anton J. Mueggenborg
Born May 19, 1866 in Wescke, Westphalia, Germany. Died January 12, 1922.
You have tolerated, suffered
your great pain.
Your dear true heart
has slipped and gone cold.
Your love cares no more,
has left us too soon.
Your cooling, your paling
strikes us deep and heavy wounds.
Merciful Jesus, give him eternal peace!
7 years 7 quad (?) indulgence
Precious Mary, be my salvation
300 days indulgence
Jesus, Mary, Josef, may my sole to pass in freedom with you.
 
Burial*He was buried at Holy Trinity Catholic Cemetery, Okarche, Canadian County, Oklahoma.7 

Family

Margaret Nieland (September 11, 1881 - October 5, 1962)
Marriage*17 February 1903He married Margaret Nieland, daughter of John Henry Nieland and Anna Margaretha Berning, on 17 February 1903, at St. Bernard Catholic Church, Breda, Carroll County, Iowa.1,2,5 
Children 1.Albert John Mueggenborg+ (February 16, 1904 - November 15, 1998)
 2.Mary Christine Mueggenborg+ (May 30, 1906 - July 12, 1940)
 3.Anna Elizabeth Mueggenborg+ (February 15, 1909 - January 25, 1999)
 4.Emma Angeline Mueggenborg+ (July 21, 1911 - July 16, 2005)
 5.Clements George Mueggenborg (October 8, 1913 - January 27, 1937)
 6.William Edward Mueggenborg+ (January 5, 1916 - August 31, 1986)
 7.Clara Rose Mueggenborg+ (June 7, 1918 - May 25, 1981)

Citations

  1. [S2] Ancestry, November 29, 1995, Tree #1854
    Date of Import: Dec 2, 2000.
  2. [S3] Richard Feuerbourn, 2005, Date of Import: Dec 2, 2000.
  3. [S84] St. Ludggerus Katholische, Weseke 1822 - 1875,1822-1875 FHL # 0860803.
  4. [S53] The Ellis Island Foundation Web Site, online <www.ellisisland.com>.
  5. [S13] Richard Feuerborn, Kay Davis.
  6. [S120] WWI Draft Registration Cards, online <Ancestry.com>, 1851692.
  7. [S55] Oklahoma Cemeteries List - Holy Trinity - Roots Web, online <www.rootsweb.com/~okcemete/canadian/holytrinity/holytrinity.htm>.

Murray Alvin Monson

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Citations

  1. [S9] Frank Nieland Family Genealogy, Genealogy Report, 2004 Pat & Howard Metzger Collection.

Evelyn Esther Epsen

F, (March 3, 1916 - July 22, 1998)
Evelyn E. (Epsen) Nieland, 1916 - 1998.
FatherAmos Ketel Epsen (January 31, 1889 - July, 1968)
MotherAnna Popp (April 25, 1890 - April 10, 1948)
Birth*3 March 1916Evelyn Esther Epsen was born on 3 March 1916, at Manning, Carroll County, Iowa. 
She was the daughter of Amos Ketel Epsen and Anna Popp
Marriage*17 February 1941Evelyn Esther Epsen married Norbert George Nieland, son of Frank Joseph Nieland and Mary Anna Naberhaus, on 17 February 1941, at St. John Catholic Church, Arcadia, Carroll County, Iowa. 
Death*22 July 1998Evelyn Esther Epsen died on 22 July 1998, at Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa, at age 82.1 
Misc*She was remembered in an obituary in the Carroll Daily Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa.
Evelyn E. Nieland
Mass of the Christian Burial for Evelyn E. Nieland of Carroll will be at 10 a.m. Friday, July 22, 1998 at St. Bernard church in Breda.

Mrs. Nieland, 82, died this morning, Wednesday, July 22, 1998, at St. Anthony Nursing Home in Carroll.

The Rev. James Smith will officiate the Mass. Lector will be Randy Nieland. Casket bearers will be Donald, Randy and Allen Nieland and Rollin, Todd and Trent Auen. Friends will call after 2:30 and the St. Bernard Ladies Guild will recite a rosary at 3 Thursday afternoon at Twit Funeral Home in Carroll. There will be a vigil service at 7:30 Thursday night at the funeral home.

A daughter of Amos K. and Anna (Popp) Epsen, she was born March 3, 1916, at Manning and was educated at rural Arcadia. She married Norbert Nieland on February 4, 1941, with the Rev. Mathias Stork officiating.

Mrs. Nieland was a homemaker who enjoyed crocheting afghans, playing cards and dancing. A member of St. Bernard Parish and its Ladies Guild in Breda, she moved to St. Anthony Nursing Home in 1996.

Survivors include her husband, Norbert, of Carroll; a brother-in-law, Orville Auen, of Denison; a niece; and a nephew.

Mrs. Nieland was preceded in death by her parents and a sister.2
 
Burial*24 July 1998She was buried on 24 July 1998, at St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breda, Carroll County, Iowa

Family

Norbert George Nieland (February 7, 1911 - August 25, 2005)

Citations

  1. [S7] Social Security Death Index, as seen on FamilySearch.org, 483-44-7819.
  2. [S135] The Carroll Daily Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa, July 23, 1998.

Judith Ann Dodds

F, (June 2, 1941 - September 8, 2012)
FatherGeorge F. Dodds (circa 1918 - November 11, 2009)
MotherBelva Cassidy
Nickname Judith Ann Dodds also went by the name of Judie. 
Name Variation Judith Ann Dodds was also known as Jody. 
Birth*2 June 1941She was born on 2 June 1941, at Campbellsburg, Washington County, Indiana. 
She was the daughter of George F. Dodds and Belva Cassidy
Marriage*26 September 1959Judith Ann Dodds married Marvin Jerome Vonnahme, son of Alois Joseph Vonnahme and Elinor Anna Nieland, on 26 September 1959, at St. Augustine Catholic Church, Salem, Washington County, Indiana.1 
Death*8 September 2012Judith Ann Dodds died on 8 September 2012, at Salem, Washington County, Indiana, at age 71. 
Misc*She was remembered in an obituary in the Salem Leader, Salem, Indiana.
Judith A. Vonnahme
Judith Ann Vonnahme age 71 of Salem passed away Saturday, September 8 at Floyd Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Vonnahme was born June 2, 1941, in Campbellsburg, Indiana the daughter of George and Belva Cassidy Dodds. She was a homemaker and a baby sitter. She was a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

She is survived by her husband: Marvin Vonnahme. They were married September 26, 1959. She is also survived by a son: Larin Vonnahme (Gwinn) of Crestwood, Kentucky, a daughter: Lori Elder (Doug) of Louisville, Kentucky, two brothers: Steven Dodds of Pensacola, Florida and Bill Dodds of Orem, Utah, and 4 grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by two brothers: George Michael Dodds and Ritchie Dodds and her parents.2
 

Family

Marvin Jerome Vonnahme (October 25, 1938 - October 18, 2015)
Marriage*26 September 1959She married Marvin Jerome Vonnahme, son of Alois Joseph Vonnahme and Elinor Anna Nieland, on 26 September 1959, at St. Augustine Catholic Church, Salem, Washington County, Indiana.1 
Children 1.Lori Jo Vonnahme+1
 2.Larin John Vonnahme+

Citations

  1. [S9] Frank Nieland Family Genealogy, Genealogy Report, 2004 Pat & Howard Metzger Collection.
  2. [S232] Salem Leader, Salem, Indiana, September 9, 2012.

LaVonne Marie Riesberg

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FatherClarence Peter Riesberg (May 3, 1911 - January 25, 1987)
MotherHiltrude Margaret Bruening (May 17, 1916 - May 9, 2012)
LaVonne Marie Riesberg is the daughter of Clarence Peter Riesberg and Hiltrude Margaret Bruening

Pamela Jean Schulte

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FatherEdmund A. Schulte (March 18, 1905 - June 6, 1975)
MotherAgnes Louise Heisterkamp (July 22, 1907 - January 2, 1995)
Pamela Jean Schulte is the daughter of Edmund A. Schulte and Agnes Louise Heisterkamp

Family 2

John McCaslin

Carl Joseph Wittry

M, (March 24, 1919 - May 1, 1945)
Carl Wittry, about 1943.
FatherNicholas Martin Wittry (January 30, 1891 - March 17, 1981)
MotherAnna Magdalena Rettenmaier (October 2, 1891 - May 7, 1922)
Birth*24 March 1919Carl Joseph Wittry was born on 24 March 1919, at Mount Carmel, Carroll County, Iowa. 
He was the son of Nicholas Martin Wittry and Anna Magdalena Rettenmaier
Milit-Beg*12 March 1941Carl Joseph Wittry began military service on 12 March 1941 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, He became a T/4 in the US Army. 
Marriage*26 December 1942He married Marie Tarcissa Nieland, daughter of Frank Joseph Nieland and Mary Anna Naberhaus, on 26 December 1942, at St. Bernard Catholic Church, Breda, Carroll County, Iowa.1 
Death*1 May 1945Carl Joseph Wittry died on 1 May 1945, at Okinawa Island, Japan, at age 26; killed in the Battle of Okinawa. He saw service at Kiska and Adak in the Aleutian Islands before being sent to Hawaii. In January, 1944, he participated in the invasion of the Marshall Islands. The next month he moved to the Island of Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands. From September 12 to October 20 he was on Leyte Island in the Philippines. Christmas day, 1944, he took part in the invasion of an island off Leyte. He participated in the invasion of Okinawa Island April 1. There he died a month later, May 1, of wounds suffered in battle. 
Misc*He was remembered in a front page article in the Breda News, Breda, Iowa.

Memorial Rights for T/4 Wittry at Maple River
Throngs of relatives and friends attended memorial services at St. Francis church, Maple River at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning for T/4 Carl J. Wittry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wittry of Maple River, who died in Okinawa May 1 of wounds suffered in action. The requiem high mass was offered by the pastor, the Rev. Father Peter M. Mattes.

The military part of the rites was in charge of the Breda American Legion post and the American flag was presented to T/4 Wittry's widow by Peter Oswald of Arcadia, commander of the post. Harold Leiting and Ray Vonnahme formed the color guard, while Joe Reis and Julius Bohnenkamp were flag bearers.

Servicemen acting a pallbearers were: Sgt. Mike Reising, Sgt. Edgar Polking, Sgt. Ed Julich, Sgt. Melvin Jahde, Sgt. Ernest Kokenge and Cpl. Joe Hermsen. Honorary pallbearers, members of Charles Carroll Council No. 780, Knights of Columbus were: Leonard Schissel, A.J. Polking, James Houlihan, Arby Neppel, Leo McWeeny and Fred Julich Jr.

T/4 Wittry was a veteran of invasions in various Pacific areas. He had been in the army more than four years, having been among the first group of young men of Carroll County to enter under selective service. After reporting at Omaha March 12, 1941, he was sent to Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., and thence to Camp Roberts, Calif. Three months later he was transferred to Camp San Louis Obispo, Calif.

From August, 1941, until July 1943, he was stationed at various places along the west coast including Longview, Wash; San Diego, Calif., Los Angeles; San Clemente Island; Ft. Lewis, Wash; Sacramento, San Francisco, Bakersfield and Fort Ord, Calif., in the order named.

After being stationed at Fort Ord about half a year, he left for overseas duty. He saw service at Kriska and Adak in the Aleutian Islands before being sent to Hawaii.

In January 1944, he participated in the invasion of the Marshall Islands. The next month he moved to the island of Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands. From Sept. 12 to Oct. 20 he was on Leyte Island in the Philippines. Christmas day, 1944, he took part in the invasion of an island off Leyte. He participated in the invasion of Okinawa Island April 1. There he died a month later, May 1, of wounds suffered in battle

T/4 Wittry was born March 24, 1919, at Mt. Carmel. The present home of his parents is one-half mile north and one and three-quarters miles west of Maple River.

He was graduated from St. Francis School, Maple River, in 1931. While assisting his father with farm work, he was an active member of the Carroll Community 4-H club.

From November 1940, until he joined the armed forces the following March, he was a representative and instructor for the McKenny school of music at Peoria, Ill. He was located in various Iowa and Minnesota towns during that time, and was giving lessons on the Hawaiian guitar at Grand Junction when he was called into the service.

He was married Dec. 26, 1942, to Marie Nieland of Sac County, the ceremony taking place at St. Bernard's church in Breda.

Besides his wife, his father and stepmother, T/4 Wittry leaves three sisters, Marie, assistant in the Carroll county farm bureau office, Rita Ann and Anita Mae, at home, and one brother, Lawrence J. at home. His mother died May 7, 1922, when he was less than three years old.

T/4 Wittry was a member of St Francis' church, Maple River. He belonged to Charles Carroll Council No. 780, Knights of Columbus.

Relatives from away attending the memorial services included: Sister M. Anthusa and Sister M. Florina, both of Rose Convent, LaCrosse, Wis; John C. Wittry, Marshall, Minn; Mrs. John L. Pape, Cottonwood, Minn; Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bernardy, Seaforth, Minn; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rettenmaier and Walter Rettenmaier, Mallard; Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Snyder and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heisterkamp and family, Mt. Carmel; Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rettenmaier, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wittry and family, Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Wittry and family and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wittry and family, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludewitz and family, Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Staples and family, Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wittry, Mr. and Mrs. B.H. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Olerich and family, Carroll.

There were also many other relatives and friends from the surrounding community.2
 
Burial*He was buried at St. Francis Catholic Cemetery, Maple River, Carroll County, Iowa

Family

Marie Tarcissa Nieland (March 23, 1921 - July 7, 1999)
Marriage*26 December 1942He married Marie Tarcissa Nieland, daughter of Frank Joseph Nieland and Mary Anna Naberhaus, on 26 December 1942, at St. Bernard Catholic Church, Breda, Carroll County, Iowa.1 

Citations

  1. [S9] Frank Nieland Family Genealogy, Genealogy Report, 2004 Pat & Howard Metzger Collection.
  2. [S50] The Breda News, Breda, Iowa
    ,May 7, 1945.

William John Reineke

M, (July 23, 1916 - December 15, 2004)
William John "Bill" Reineke, 1016 - 2004.
FatherWilliam A. Reineke Sr. (August 7, 1880 - June 25, 1957)
MotherMary Adelaide Brincks (March 10, 1886 - March 26, 1983)
Nickname William John Reineke also went by the name of Bill. 
Birth*23 July 1916He was born on 23 July 1916, at Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa. 
He was the son of William A. Reineke Sr. and Mary Adelaide Brincks
Marriage*9 February 1949William John Reineke married Marie Tarcissa Nieland, daughter of Frank Joseph Nieland and Mary Anna Naberhaus, on 9 February 1949, at St. Bernard Catholic Church, Breda, Carroll County, Iowa.1 
Death*15 December 2004William John Reineke died on 15 December 2004, at Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa, at age 88. 
Misc*He was remembered in an obituary in the Carroll Daily Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa.
William J. Reineke
William J. Reineke, 88, of Carroll, died Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2004, at the Carroll Manor in Carroll.

Mass of the Christian burial will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Dec. 20 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Carroll with the Rev. James McCormick presiding.

Lector will be Russell Reineke. Gift bearers will be Dolora Brinks and Dorothy Geister. Eucharistic minister will be Jackie Reineke. Casket bearers will be LeRoy Nieland, Randy Nieland, Gary Geister, Ron Reineke, Dean Brincks and Darwin Brincks. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Carroll. Visitation will begin at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Twit Funeral Home in Carroll. A rosary will be recited at 3 p.m. and a vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. Visitation will resume at 8:30 a.m. Monday at the church.

A son of William and Mary (Brincks) Reineke, he was born July 23, 1916, at Carroll. He attended SS. Peter and Paul’s in Carroll and country school. He married Marie Nieland Wittry at St. Bernard’s Church in Breda.

Bill farmed for many years in the Breda area before moving to Carroll and working as a bus driver for the Carroll Community Schools. He also worked for many years for Twit Funeral Home and the Carroll County Ambulance Service. He enjoyed following the stock and grain markets, driving around the countryside and especially visiting Swan Lake.

He was a member of Holy Spirit Parish. He ushered and for many years was responsible for licking and unlocking the church.

Mr. Reineke is survived by a sister, Mary Nieland of Storm Lake; many nieces and nephew; and great-nieces and great-nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents, William and Mary Reineke; his wife Marie in 1999; his brothers: Henry, Edward and Clarence Reineke; and his sisters: Cecilia Reineke, Julitta Reineke and another sister in infancy.2
 
Burial*20 December 2004He was buried on 20 December 2004, at Mount Olivet Catholic Cemetery, Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa

Family

Marie Tarcissa Nieland (March 23, 1921 - July 7, 1999)
Marriage*9 February 1949He married Marie Tarcissa Nieland, daughter of Frank Joseph Nieland and Mary Anna Naberhaus, on 9 February 1949, at St. Bernard Catholic Church, Breda, Carroll County, Iowa.1 

Citations

  1. [S9] Frank Nieland Family Genealogy, Genealogy Report, 2004 Pat & Howard Metzger Collection.
  2. [S135] The Carroll Daily Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa, Decemb er 17, 2004.

Geralyn Marie Heinen

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FatherGerald Francis Heinen
MotherMaryAnn Margaret Osterholt
Geralyn Marie Heinen is the daughter of Gerald Francis Heinen and MaryAnn Margaret Osterholt

Citations

  1. [S13] Richard Feuerborn, Kay Davis.

Cecelia Mathilda Reherman

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Citations

  1. [S3] Richard Feuerbourn, 2005.

Emma Marcella Allen

F, (May 26, 1947 - April 11, 2004)
Birth*26 May 1947Emma Marcella Allen was born on 26 May 1947, at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. 
Death*11 April 2004She died on 11 April 2004, at Oklahoma at age 56.1 

Citations

  1. [S7] Social Security Death Index, as seen on FamilySearch.org.
  2. [S13] Richard Feuerborn, Kay Davis.

Donald E. Lillig

M, (June 4, 1944 - April 3, 1970)
FatherMath John Lillig (October 21, 1891 - )
MotherMary Schnetter (December 28, 1911 - May 23, 1991)
ChartsDescendants of Johan Henrich Köster (c. 1712)
Birth*4 June 1944Donald E. Lillig was born on 4 June 1944, at Albert City, Buena Vista County, Iowa. 
He was the son of Math John Lillig and Mary Schnetter
Death*3 April 1970Donald E. Lillig died on 3 April 1970, at Albert City, Buena Vista County, Iowa, at age 25. 
Misc*He was remembered in an obituary in the Carroll Daily Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa.
Donald E. Lillig
ALBERT CITY - Requiem mass for Donald E. Lillig, 25, of Albert City, will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Columbkille's Church, Varina. The Rev. Walter Bruch will officiate. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Friends may call at the Mahaney Funeral Home in Fonda, where rosaries will be recited Monday at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Mr. Lillig died unexpectedly Friday evening of a heart attack.

He was born at Albert City on June 4, 1944, to Math and Mary Schnetter Lillig. With the exception of a period in the armed forces, he spent his life on a farm near Albert City. He attended school in Varina and graduated from Pocahontas Catholic High School.

He was married on Aug. 9, 1969, to Rita Nieland of Carroll, at St. Lawrence Church, with Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff officiating. He was a member of the American Legion.

Surviving with his wife is his mother, Mrs. Mary Lillig of Varina. He was preceded in death by his father, a brother Ronald, and an infant brother.1
 
Burial*7 April 1970He was buried on 7 April 1970, at St. Columbkille Catholic Cemetery, Varina, Pocahontas County, Iowa

Citations

  1. [S135] The Carroll Daily Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa, April 6, 1970.

Mark Dale Mueggenberg

M, (June 9, 1956 - October 31, 1997)
FatherGerhard Bernard Mueggenberg Jr. (February 24, 1920 - April 17, 2012)
MotherEvelyn Helen Krogman (October 3, 1919 - November 18, 1997)
ChartsDescendants of Johan Henrich Köster (c. 1712)
Birth*9 June 1956Mark Dale Mueggenberg was born on 9 June 1956, at Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa. 
He was the son of Gerhard Bernard Mueggenberg Jr. and Evelyn Helen Krogman
Death*31 October 1997Mark Dale Mueggenberg died on 31 October 1997, at Arcadia, Carroll County, Iowa, at age 41. 
Burial*3 November 1997He was buried on 3 November 1997, at St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breda, Carroll County, Iowa
Misc*He was remembered in an obituary in the Breda News, Breda, Iowa.
Mark Dale Mueggenberg
Mass of the Christian burial for Mark D. Mueggenberg of rural Arcadia was held Monday afternoon, November 3, 1997, at St. Bernard Church in Breda.

Mr. Mueggenberg, 41, died Friday, October 31, 1997, of injuries suffered in an apparent fall at his farm.

The Rev. James Smith, Rev. Thomas Hart, Monsignor James Lafferty, Rev. Ed Girres, Rev. Merlin Schrad, Rev. Craig Collison, Rev. Terry Roder, Rev. Robert Brown, Rev. Doug Klein, Rev. Thomas Munn, Rev. Peter Duc Nguyen, Rev. Laurence Burns and Rev. James McCormick officiated at the Mass. Father Hart delivered the Homily.

Lector was Alvin Mueggenberg. Gift bearers were Mr. Muggenberg's sons: Brent and Todd Mueggenberg. Eucharistic minister was Dale Mueggenberg. Casket bearers were Chad Mueggenberg, Dan Mueggenberg, Eric Mueggenberg, Jason Mueggenberg, Ken Gehling and Mike Peter. Burial was in St. Bernard Cemetery at Breda.

A son of Gerd and Evelyn (Krogman) Mueggenberg, he was born June 9, 1956, at Carroll. He graduated from St. Bernard High School at Breda in 1974 and spent his lifetime on his family's farm southwest of Breda.

He and Nancy Nieland were married September 10, 1977, at St. Bernard Church in Breda with the Rev. J. Charles Yetmar officiating. Mr. Mueggenberg was a member of St. Bernard Parish at Breda and the Carroll County Farm Bureau.

Survivors include his wife, Nancy Mueggenberg, of rural Arcadia; two sons: Brent and Todd Mueggenberg, at home; his parents Gerd and Evelyn Mueggenberg, of Breda; five sisters and their husbands; Jane and Bob Peter of Dedham, JoAnn and Bob Gehling of Carroll, Ruth and Gordon Thompson of Port Angeles, Washington, Linda and Carl Gehling of Carroll and Mary and Randy Grossman of Carroll; eight brothers and their wives; Dale and Arlene Mueggenberg of Breda, Kenneth and LouAyne Mueggenberg of Carroll, Gary and Pat Mueggenberg of West Des Moines, Richard and Marilyn Mueggenberg of Arcadia, Ronald and Cindy Mueggenberg of Carroll, Alvin and Sue Mueggenberg of Arcadia, Darrell and Renee Mueggenberg of Arcadia and Neil and Marlene Mueggenberg of Carroll; his parents-in-law: Paul and Connie Nieland of Wall Lake; two sister-in-law and their husbands, Kathy and Mike Tasler of Rockwell City and Karen and Kevin Grundmeier of Carroll; and two brothers-in-law and their wives: Brain and Denise Nieland of Breda and Ken and Shelly Nieland of Ankeny.

Mr. Mueggenberg was preceded in death by his grandparents and grandparents-in-law: Gerhard and Anna Mueggenberg, August and Helen Krogman, and Ben and Mary Nieland and Bill and Helen Leiting.1
 

Citations

  1. [S50] The Breda News, Breda, Iowa
    ,November 4, 1997.

Denise Marilyn Pudenz

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FatherWilbur Albert Pudenz (February 16, 1919 - April 21, 2008)
MotherClarise Ortner (June 4, 1932 - August 3, 2017)
ChartsDescendants of Johan Henrich Köster (c. 1712)
Denise Marilyn Pudenz is the daughter of Wilbur Albert Pudenz and Clarise Ortner

Robert John Haller

M, (August 15, 1946 - October 29, 2010)
Robert John Haller, 1946 - 2010. Photo from the collection of Rosie (Buelt) Wiederin.
FatherPhillip Louis Haller (June 15, 1925 - November 6, 1973)
MotherJeanne Marie Roth (March 5, 1929 - August 5, 1992)
ChartsDescendants of Johan Henrich Köster (c. 1712)
Birth*15 August 1946Robert John Haller was born on 15 August 1946, at Nebraska. 
He was the son of Phillip Louis Haller and Jeanne Marie Roth
Marriage*28 December 1968Robert John Haller married Mary Joan Buelt, daughter of Leo Frank Buelt and Leone Monica Wittry, on 28 December 1968, at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska; Msgr. Meister officiated at the double ring ceremony. 
Death*29 October 2010Robert John Haller died on 29 October 2010, at Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, at age 64. 
Burial*He was buried at Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska
Misc*He was remembered in an obituary in the Breda News, Breda, Iowa.
Robert J. Haller
Robert John Haller of Omaha died on October 29, 2010.

He was born on August 15, 1946, a son of Phillip H. and Jean (Roth) Haller. On December 28, 1968, he married Mary Joan Buelt.

Visitation was held Tuesday from 3 p.m., with family receiving friends from 5 to 7 p.m. at the West Center Chapel. There was a vigil service on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the West Center Chapel. A mass of Christian burial was held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at St. Gerald Catholic Church. Interment was at Calvary Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Creighton Prep. The Heafey-Heafey-Hoffmann-Dworak-Cutler Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Robert is survived by his children, Jennifer Haller, Laura Stapleton and husband Tim, Jeffrey Haller and wife Sarah; granddaughter Cassandra Lynn Haller; great grandson Dallas James Hoffman; brothers, Phil Haller and wife Carol; Jim Haller and wife Carol; sister Ann Marie Kennedy and husband Travis; nieces and nephews; mother-in-law Leone Buelt of Breda; and sisters and brothers-in-law; Kay and Don Davis of Kent, Washington, Rosie and Andy Wiederin of Glendale, California, Lee Buelt of Exira and Bob and Joanie Buelt of Breda.

He was preceded in death by his parents; wife Mary Joan on July 17, 1996; and his father-in-law, Leo Buelt in 1984.1
 

Family

Mary Joan Buelt (July 31, 1948 - July 17, 1996)
Children 1.Jennifer Marie Haller+
 2.Laura Ann Haller
 3.Jeffrey Robert Haller

Citations

  1. [S50] The Breda News, Breda, Iowa
    ,November 3, 2010.

Jennifer Marie Haller

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FatherRobert John Haller (August 15, 1946 - October 29, 2010)
MotherMary Joan Buelt (July 31, 1948 - July 17, 1996)
ChartsDescendants of Johan Henrich Köster (c. 1712)
Jennifer Marie Haller is the daughter of Robert John Haller and Mary Joan Buelt
Misc*Jennifer Marie Haller was living with John W. Hammon, son of John C. Hammon and Clara M. November 8, 1919 - April 6, 2013. 

Family 2

Gary Michael Wilkins (October 16, 1951 - January 28, 2015)

Family 3

John P. Blazka

Laura Ann Haller

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FatherRobert John Haller (August 15, 1946 - October 29, 2010)
MotherMary Joan Buelt (July 31, 1948 - July 17, 1996)
ChartsDescendants of Johan Henrich Köster (c. 1712)
Laura Ann Haller is the daughter of Robert John Haller and Mary Joan Buelt

Jeffrey Robert Haller

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FatherRobert John Haller (August 15, 1946 - October 29, 2010)
MotherMary Joan Buelt (July 31, 1948 - July 17, 1996)
ChartsDescendants of Johan Henrich Köster (c. 1712)
Jeffrey Robert Haller is the son of Robert John Haller and Mary Joan Buelt

Timothy P. Stapleton

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FatherPaul Stapleton (March 21, 1931 - August 15, 2014)
MotherDiane Myer
ChartsDescendants of Johan Henrich Köster (c. 1712)
Timothy P. Stapleton is the son of Paul Stapleton and Diane Myer

Cassandra Lynn Haller

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FatherCraig W. Korten
MotherJennifer Marie Haller
ChartsDescendants of Johan Henrich Köster (c. 1712)
Cassandra Lynn Haller is the daughter of Craig W. Korten and Jennifer Marie Haller

Family 2

Zach Moore
Child 1.Bentley Robert Haller