Location: Marathon County WI

Wisconsin Gold Star List – Marathon County

Army Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now Ahrendt, Herbert, 22, Hamburg ; pvt mgTC, Camp Hancock ; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 8, ’18. Allbaugh, Emery W., 24, Spencer; pvt 343inf; overseas; dd (pneu) Oct 12, ’18. Andres, Carl August, 20, Wausau; pvt 128inf; U. S.; dd (diph) Apr 7, ’18. Bisheau, Oakley, 22, Marathon ; pvt 355inf; w Aug 31; kia Nov 4, ’18. Bonkoski, Frank, 24, Mosinee; pvt 341inf; dw Oct 15, ’18. Broetzman, Arthur W., 23, Wausau; pvt 341inf; U. S.; dd (pneu) Dec 27, ’18. Brown, Dwight L., 22, Wausau ; 2Lt 136mgbn; dw Nov 29, ’18. Bruess, Helmuth, Wausau ; WNG ; pvt 6inf ; w Jy 19; dd (perito) May 7, ’19. Burns, James A., 26, Wausau ; pvt 28inf; Cantigny, Amiens ; kia May 28, ’18. Burns, John E., 19, Wausau; pvt 1cl 128inf; dw Jy 23, ’18. Busche, Chris A., 27, March; pvt Schl for Bkrs and Cks, Camp Hancock; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 23, ’18. Bychinski,...

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Jaensch, Charles – Obituary

February 3, 1949 Charles Jaensch Dies at Hospital Charles Jaensch passed away at the hospital in Enterprise Tuesday afternoon. He has been in the hospital since Friday and had been failing for the past year. Mr. Jaensch was born in Wausau, Wisconsin on August 1, 1886. He was married in Tacoma, Washington in 1911 to Josephine Reichmuth to which this union two sons were born. Charles Franklin of Portland and Joseph William of El Paso, Texas, two grandsons also survive. Mr. Jaensch spent most of his life in Wallowa county since 1919. He lived on Mud Flat for 2 years then moved to Enterprise where he lived for 4 years. The balance of his life until a year ago was spent on Alder slope. Mr. Jaensch was a friendly man always jovial in spirit and maintained a charitable life even in the face of his last illness. He had a great many friends who will greatly miss his enthusiastic greeting and his kindly philosophy. Here for the funeral Mrs. Charles Jaensch of Portland, Charles Jr. and son Gerald of Portland, grand son David Jaensch is an infant. Joe Jaensch of El Paso, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. James Bowen of Baker. Pall Bearers were: Charles Litch (Litchfield?), Burl Kooch, Earl Emmons, Tom Fleming, Walter Strickler and Clarence Rose. Contributed by: Gary...

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Halliday, Grace Bertha Viergutz Mrs. – Obituary

Grace Bertha Halliday, 75, of La Grande, died Sept. 25, 2007, at St. Alphonsus Medical Center in Boise. A celebration of life will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at Daniels Chapel of the Valley, 1502 Seventh St. in La Grande. Committal and interment will follow at the Hillcrest East Cemetery. Viewing will be held Friday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Daniels Chapel of the Valley. Mrs. Halliday was born Oct. 26, 1931, the daughter of Raymond and Anna (Gritzmacher) Viergutz in Wausau, Wis. When she was young she played semi-pro softball on an all-women’s team and loved playing ball. She graduated from high school in Wausau and moved to Oregon. On Oct. 9, 1951, she married Alta Wiliam “Doc” Halliday in La Grande. His work for the railroad took them to various places, including Arlington, Pendleton, Hinkle and Huntington before settling in La Grande more than 40 years ago. She worked as a cook for local nursing homes and as a housekeeper for local motels. Mrs. Halliday was a member of the AARP and was the state co-coordinator at one time. She was a member of the Union County Senior Council, Youth Council, UPRR Old Timers and Jr. Old Timers and the VFW Auxiliary, of which she was a past president. She was an ombudsman for local nursing homes and served as umpire for local softball...

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Cooke, Irma Lucile Wilson – Obituary

Irma L. Cooke, 90, of Kittitas, died Sunday, Dec. 23, 1990, at Kittitas Valley Community Hospital in Ellensburg. She was born Aug. 26, 1900, in Wausau, Wis., the only child of Vernon E. and Caroline (Finup) Wilson. She earned her teaching degree at the University of Wisconsin at Grand Rapids and, following her graduation, she was a high school teacher teaching English, Spanish and piano. She came to the Ellensburg area in 1932. She was a member of the Kittitas Community Church, where she was organist and pianist. She and Norman L. Cooke were married in Ellensburg on March 29, 1935. He preceded her in death on Sept. 15, 1963. Survivors include a son, Dexter Cooke, of Cle Elum; a daughter, Alison Helland, of Kittitas; an adopted daughter, Barbara McCullah, of Everett; five grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Cremation will be at Terrace heights memorial Park in Yakima. No public services are planned. Contributed by: Sheli...

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Wilson, Ruth M. Mrs. – Obituary

Baker City, Oregon Ruth M. Wilson, 93, of Lake Oswego, a former longtime Baker City businesswoman, died May 2, 2003. Her memorial service was May 17 in the chapel of River View Cemetery at Portland. Ruth was born on Aug. 8, 1909, at Schofield, Wis. Her mother, Mrs. Durkee, owned a knitting shop in Baker City for many years. Ruth and her first husband, Bill Stofft, had two children, Paul William and Lois Elaine. In 1935, the Stoffts opened a corner grocery store at Sixth and Broadway streets in Baker City. It was this family owned and operated business that started to define Ruth as a hard and committed worker. Business hours were from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day of the year. The business offered free delivery in the city limits. Life was hard, but business was constant. After Bill’s sudden death in 1948, Ruth continued to run the store until 1950 when she closed it and moved to Portland. Her interest in music got her a job as a salesperson and demonstrators of pianos, organs and sheet music. She also pursued her passion for travel. She took her first cruise in 1958 from Los Angeles to Hawaii. She then took a solo cruise to Alaska. Her most ambitious cruise was an international adventure from Southern California to Hawaii, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and home again. She...

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