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We will all miss him. Claude is survived by his wife, Shirley of Mayville; his son, Cole (Pam) Vollmer of Oakfield and their children Colton (special friend Katie) Vollmer of Greenville, Wisconsin, Shelby (Ethan) Schmitz of North Fond du Lac and their ... (WisNews)
Surviving are his wife; five daughters, Mrs. Alfred (Elsie) Muche of Mayville, Mrs. Spencer (Lydia ... Los Gatos, Calif.; and Alvin, Wisconsin Rapids; 20 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Arthur (Mamie) Riedel, Lynn. (genealogytrails.com)
Don attended Oakfield High School. Don worked at Romort Manufacturing Company, Oakfield and Mayville Metals, Mayville. He was a member of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church and enjoyed playing the organ. He is survi.. More... (kfiz.com)
He was surrounded by family. Mel was born in Iron Ridge, Wisconsin on August 10, 1922, the son of Irma (Mertz) and Henry Damrow. He spent his early life in Mayville, WI. He graduated from Mayville High School and Dodge County Teachers College. He continued ... (Independent Record)
Wild Rose High School Choir performs “White Winter Hymnal” Deputies respond to three-vehicle crash in Marion ‘The Chipper Experience’ headed to Wautoma on Wednesday, Feb. 11 Van and semi collide on Highway 21 near Richford Wisconsin vets encouraged ... (wausharaargus.com)
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