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Karl F. Fischer




Karl F. "Charles" Fischer was born January 25, 1904, in Offenburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, and died August 19, 1987, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV, at age 83. He is the son of Paul Rebman Fischer of Germany, and Franziska Lehmann of Germany.

Evelyn I. "Evie" Walter was born May 25, 1905, in Flushing Hospital, Flushing, Queens Borough, New York City, NY, and died June 25, 1970, in Flushing, Queens Borough, New York City, NY, at age 65. Buried in Long Island National Cemetery, East Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY. She is the daughter of John Walter of Germany, and Lena Mueller of Alsace-Lorraine, Germany.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer and Evelyn I. "Evie" Walter were married April 15, 1928, in Flushing, Queens Borough, New York City, NY.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer and Evelyn I. "Evie" (Walter) Fischer had one child:

  1. Evelyn H. "Evie" Fischer: Born January 24, 1929, in Astoria San, Queens Borough, New York City, NY; Died April 6, 2011, in St. Clare's Hospital, Dover, Morris Co., NJ (age 82). Married July 1957 to Richard K. Joubert: Born April 24, 1930, at his parents' home on Wyman Street, New London, Waupaca Co., WI; Died May 1, 2002, in Pocono Medical Center, East Stroudsburg, Monroe Co., PA (age 72).

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer separated from his wife and daughter in New York about 1932, and lived apart from them, eventually leaving the U.S.A. When he returned several years later (about 1936), he had a new identity, with his name then Charles Fuller. He located first in Omaha, NE, and worked as a meat cutter, eventually being transferred by his employer to Missouri Valley, Harrison Co., IA, where he met and married Cleo Elizabeth Mikkleson.

Cleo Elizabeth Mikkleson was born March 11, 1918, in Grinnell, Poweshiek Co., IA, and died July 27, 2000, in Green Valley, Pima Co., AZ, at age 82. She is the daughter of Harry Anthony Mikkleson of Iowa, and Mary Elizabeth "Bessie" Bothwell of Iowa.

Cleo Elizabeth Mikkleson was not adopted by her stepfather, Carl John Forsen, following his marriage to Cleo's mother, Mary Elizabeth "Bessie" Bothwell.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer eventually became divorced from his first wife, Ida Evelyn (Walter) Fischer. Evelyn received her divorce from Charles in June, 1940, in Queens Co., NY.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller and Cleo Elizabeth Mikkleson were married October 10, 1937, in Missouri Valley, Harrison Co., IA. This means that he was still married to Evelyn at the time he married Cleo. Cleo would discover this years later, and was one reason why she eventually divorced Charles.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller and Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) Fuller had three children:

  1. Unknown Daughter Fuller: Born about 1938 in Missouri Valley, Harrison Co., IA; Died about 1938 in Missouri Valley, Harrison Co., IA (Stillborn Infant).
  2. Patricia Lynne "Pat" Fuller: Born in Missouri Valley, Harrison Co., IA. Married September 5, 1964, in First Presbyterian Church, Independence, Buchanan Co., IA, to Anthony Rutgers Doughty: Born about 1938 in Cook Co., IL.
  3. Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller: Born in Webster City, Hamilton Co., IA. Married (1) December 16, 1967, in Saint John's Catholic Church, Independence, Buchanan Co., IA, to David Michael Strub: Born November 16, 1945, in Le Mars, Plymouth Co., IA; Died September 21, 1989, in Cave Creek, Maricopa Co., AZ (age 43). Divorced. Married (2) April 28, 1979, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV, to Gary Lewis Ray: Born March 3, 1945, in Los Angeles Co., CA. David Michael Strub then married (2) in Maricopa Co., AZ, to Barbara Lucille "Barb" Canoro: Born December 13, 1948, in Fairbanks, AK. Barbara Lucille "Barb" (Canoro) Strub then married (2) Donald Alvino "Don" Ratti: Born May 24, 1942, in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA; Died February 28, 2007, in Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ (age 64). Buried in Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ.

Evelyn I. "Evie" (Walter) Fischer filed for a dissolution of her marriage to Charles Fischer on March 26, 1940. The divorce was granted in the Supreme Court, County of Queens, NY, on July 9, 1940.

Evelyn I. (Walter) Fischer then married Emil Fitting.

Emil Fitting was born April 17, 1898, in Port Washington, Ozaukee Co., WI, and died March 9, 1961, in New York at age 62. Buried in Long Island National Cemetery, East Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY. He is the son of William S. Fitting of Germany and Theresa Lew of Germany. Leigh Larson note: Emil Fitting was  born April 17, 1898, in Port Washington, Ozaukee Co., WI, and was shown as being 12 years old when living with his parents and younger brother at 230 15th Avenue, 1st Ward, Queens, Queens Borough, New York City, NY, according to the 1910 U. S. Census. When Emil joined the Navy, it is very likely that he misrepresented his year of birth, and claimed this earlier date of birth for the remainder of his life.

Emil Fitting and Evelyn I. "Evie" (Walter) Fischer were married 1945 in New York.

Emil Fitting and Evelyn I. "Evie" (Walter) (Fischer) Fitting had no children.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller and Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) Fuller divorced August 3, 1972, in Maricopa Co., AZ.

Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) Fuller then married Edward Roy "Ed" Anderson.

Edward Roy "Ed" Anderson was born May 21, 1912, in Divide, Silver Bow Co., MT, and died May 27, 1985, at Hickman Care Center, Peoria, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 73. He is the son of Adam Edward Anderson of Sweden, and Gertrude L. Parker of Montana.

Edward Roy "Ed" Anderson and Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) Fuller were married August 4, 1972, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV.

Edward Roy "Ed" Anderson and Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) (Fuller) Anderson had no children.

Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) (Fuller) Anderson then married Wilbur Almo Larson on July 11, 1987, in Sun City, Maricopa Co., AZ

Wilbur Almo "Bill" Larson was born June 14, 1913, in Farmington Twp., Waupaca Co., WI, and died October 19, 1996, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV, at age 83. He is the son of Almo Joshua Larson of Farmington Twp., Waupaca Co., WI, and Emma Jane Abbey of Orion Twp., Richland Co., WI.

Wilbur Almo "Bill" Larson and Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) (Fuller) Anderson were married July 11, 1987, in Sun City, Maricopa Co., AZ

Wilbur Almo "Bill" Larson and Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) (Fuller) (Anderson) Larson had no children.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller died August, 1987, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV, at age 83.

Wilbur Almo "Bill" Larson died October 19, 1996, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV, at age 83.

Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) (Fuller) (Anderson) Larson died July 27, 2000, in Green Valley, Pima Co., AZ, at age 82.




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Frederick Arthur Ray and Della Edith (Jones) Ray are buried in Orem City Cemetery, Orem, Utah Co., UT. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


Charles F. Fuller in later years.


Eliozabeth "Betty" Vedder and her son, Bryan, NM, 2006.


The 1880 U. S. Census taken on June 11, 1880, shows John Walter (age 19) born in Baden to Baden-born parents is an unmarried Laborer Servant living with a farmer family in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.

Harry Anthony Mikkleson was born March 22, 1897, in Sioux Twp., Monona Co., IA.

The 1900 U. S. Census taken on June 16, 1900, shows John Walter (age 37) born July 1863 in Germany to German-born parents having emigrated in 1878 and a Naturalized citizen is a Farm Laborer owning his home at 100 S. 16th Street, Queens Borough, New York City, Queens Co., NY. Living with him is his wife of 13 years, Lena Walter (age 33) born November 1866 in Germany to German-born parents having emigrated in 1883, with 2 of the 5 children born to her still living. Living with him are his children, all single and born in New York to German-born parents: William Walter (age 12) born January 1888; Henry Walter (age 10) born June 1889; Annie Walter (age 9) born February 1891; John E. Walter (age 6) born December 1877; and Lena Walter (age 2) born March 1898.  

The 1900 U. S. Census taken on June 18, 1900, shows Anthone Mikkelson (age 34) born February 1866 and a Naturalized citizen and having immigrated in 1873 is a Farmer owning his own farm in Sioux Twp., Monona Co., IA. Living with him is his wife of 10 years, Stena Mikkelson (age 32) born May 1868 in Denmark to Danish-born parents and having immigrated in 1888, with 3 of the 4 children born to her still alive. Also living there are his children, are born in Iowa to Danish-born parents: Sphis Mikkleson (age 6) born October 1893; Sena Mikkleson (age 4) born September 1895; and Harry Mikkleson (age 3) born March 1897. Living on the adjacent farm are his parents and their family.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer was born January 25, 1904, in Offenburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Evelyn I. "Evie" Walter was born May 25, 1905, in Flushing Borough, Queens Co., NY.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 20, 1910, shows John Walter (age 47) born in Germany to German-born parents having emigrated in 1885 and a Naturalized citizen is a Milk Driver owning his home at 141 S. 17th Street, Queens Borough, New York City, Queens Co., NY. Living with him is his wife of 22 years, Lena Walter (age 43) born in Germany to German-born parents having emigrated in 1884, with all 9 of the children born to her still alive. Living with them are their children, all single and born in New York to German-born parents: William Walter (age 22) a Plumber Helper; Annie L. Walter (age 19) a Dry Goods Saleslady; John A. Walter (age 16) a Florist Helper; Madilen Walter (age 12); Cornelia F. Walter (age 9); Theodore C. Walter (age 5); Edith G. Walter (age 5); and Evilyn J. Walter (age 5). An Italian family also rents from John. 

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on May 9, 1910, shows Nels Anton Mikkleson (age 44) born in Denmark to Danish-born parents having emigrated in 1871 and a naturalized citizen is a General Farmer owning his own farm in Little Sioux Twp., Harrison Co., IA. Living with him is his wife of 20 years, Christena Mikkleson (age 42) born in Denmark to Danish-born parents and emigrating in 1885, with 5 of the 6 children born to her still living. Also living at home are his unmarried children, all born in Iowa to Danish-born parents: Sophus Mikkleson (age 17) a Home Farm Laborer; Harry Mikkleson (age 13); Raymond Mikkleson (age 11); and Stella Mikkleson (age 5).

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 23, 1910, shows Fred Schempf (age 46) born in Germany to German-born parents having emigrated in 1880 and a naturalized citizen is a Butcher in a Store who is renting his home and is living at 1540 2nd Avenue, 19th Ward, Borough of Manhattan, New York City, NY. Living with him is his wife of 18 years, Henrietta Schempf (age 44) born in Germany to German-born parents and having immigrated in 1882, with all three of the children born to her still alive. Also living there are his three unmarried children, all born in New York to German-born parents: Rose Schempf (age 10); Fred G. Schepf (age 16); and Robert Schempf (age 12). Also living there is an unmarried Servant, Carolina Schirmer (age 25) born in Russia to German and Dutch-born parents and having immigrated in 1901, a Servant for a Private Family.

The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 15, 1920, shows John Walter (age 58) born in Germany to German-born parents and having emigrated in 1877 and Naturalized in 1888 is a Stable Boss for Bordens Milk and is renting his home at 141 S. 17th Street, Flushing Borough, New York City, Queens Co., NY. Living with him is his wife, Lena Walter (age 54) born in Germany to German-born parents having emigrated in 1884 and Naturalized in 1888. Also living there are his children, all single except William, and all born in Flushing, L. I., except William born in Bayside, L. I.: William Walter (age 31) a Steamfitter Helper in a Steamfitter Room; John Walter (age 35) Milk Driver for Bordens; Madeline Walter (age 21) a Packer in a Factory; Caroline Walter (age 18) a Bookkeeper in a Shoe Store; Theodore Walter (age 14); Evelyn Walter (age 14); and Jean Walter (age 14). Renting in the house from John is Harvey Walter (age 20) born in New York to German-born parents, who is a Driver for a Baker. Living with him is his wife Mary E. Walter (age 20) born in New York to New York-born parents, with her only child living: Madeline Walter (age 8/12) born in New York to New York-born parents.

The 1920 U.S. Census taken on January 23, 1920, shows Nels A. Mikkleson (age 54) born in Denmark to Danish-born parents and a naturalized citizen emigrating in 1870 and naturalized in 1876 is a General Farmer with Real Estate worth $8,000 owning his own farm in Little Sioux Twp., Harrison Co., IA. Living with him is his wife Christiana Mikkleson (age 50) born in Denmark to Danish-born parents and a naturalized citizen emigrating in 1871 and naturalized in 1890. Also living at home are their unmarried children, all born in Iowa to Danish-born parents: Harry A. Mikkleson (age 22) a General Farm Laborer; Raymon R. Mikkleson (age 20) a Home Farm Laborer; Estella P. Mikkleson (age 16); and Glenn Mikkleson (age 6).

The 1920 U.S. Census taken on January 9, 1920, shows Thos. Bothwell (age 49) born in Iowa to Pennsylvania and New York-born parents is a General Farm Farmer renting his home and is living in Sioux Twp., Monona Co., IA. Living with him is his wife, Sarah Bothwell (age 39) born in Kansas to Irish and Virginia-born parents. Also living there are his six unmarried children, all born in Iowa to Iowa and Kansas-born parents: Bessie Bothwell (age 22); Bertha Bothwell (aage 17); Leona Bothwell (age 15); Thomas Bothwell Jr. (age 13); and Lloyd Bothwell (age 9). Also living there is his granddaughter, Cleo Mikellsen (age 1-9/12) born in Iowa to Iowa-born parents.

The 1920 U.S. Census taken on January 14, 1920, shows Adam E. Anderson (age 45) born in Sweden to Swedish-born parents and having immigrated in 1884 and becoming naturalized in 1890 is a Stock Farm Farmer who owns his farm free of a mortgage and is living on the Road from Butte to Salt Lake City, Silver Bow Co., MT. Living with him is his wife, Gertrude L. Anderson (age 28) born in Montana to Illinois and Minnesota-born parents. Also living there are his four children, all born in Montana to Swedish and Montana-born parents: Annie S. Anderson (age 10); Edward L. Anderson (age 8); Pearl R. Anderson (age 5); Rose V. Anderson (age 3-3/12). Also living there are: his widowed mother-in-law, Sadie Parker (age 48) born in Minnesota to Norwegian-born parents, a Grain Farm Farmer; and his unmarried sister-in-law, Henrietta Vinyard (age 25) born in Montana to Illinois and Minnesota-born parents, a Trained Nurse for a Private Family. Leigh Larson note: Adam E. Anderson was the enumerator for this census report.

The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 5, 1920, shows Frederick Schempf (age 56) born in Germany to German-born parents having emigrated in Unknown is At Home who owns his home free of a mortgage and is living at 423 82nd Street, Manhattan Borough, New York City, NY. Living with him are: his wife, Henrietta Schempf (age 54) born in Germany to German-born parents and having immigrated in Unknown; and his unmarried son, Frederick Schempf Jr., born in New York to German-born parents, a Photographer on Fulton Street, Brooklyn.


   

Karl Fischer (age 19, unmarried, a Butcher) made a first attempt to go to the United States, departing from Bremen, Germany, on September 6, 1922, aboard the S. S. George Washington, and arriving at Ellis Island, Port of New York, about September 19, 1922. His German residence was in Fessenbach, and his father is Paul Fischer, Fessenbach, with a destination of Manhattan, NY. He is going to visit his uncle, Friedr. Schempff, 1540 Second Ave., Manhattan, NY. He is 5 feet and 4 inches tall, with black hair and blue eyes, and was born in Rammersweir, Germany. His name was lined out, indicating that he probably missed his departure in Germany.


   

Karl Fischer (age 20, unmarried, a Butcher), made a second attempt to go to the United States, departing from Bremen, Germany, on December 16, 1922, aboard the S. S. Hannover, and arriving at Ellis Island, Port of New York, on January 1, 1923. His German residence was in Fessenbach, and his father is Paul Fischer, Fessenbach, Amt Offenburg Borfstr., with a destination of New York, NY. He has never been in the United States before, has $25 in his possession, and is going to visit his uncle, Fred Schempff, 1540 Second Ave., New York. 5 feet and 6 inches tall, with black hair and blue eyes, no marks of identification, and was born in Rammersweir, Germany.


The 1925 Iowa State Census U.S. Census taken on January 1, 1925, shows Thos. Bothwell (age 54) and having lived in Iowa for 54 years is renting his home in Sioux Twp., Monona Co., IA. Living with him is his wife, Sara Bothwell (age 44) and having lived in Iowa for 43 years. Also living there are his children: Loyd Elmer Bothwell (age 14) and having lived in Iowa for 14 years; Joseph L. Bothwell (age 4) and having lived in Iowa for 4 years; Josephine L. Bothwell (age 4) and having lived in Iowa for 4 years; and married daughter, Bessie Bartell (age 27) and having lived in Iowa for 27 years. Also living there are Thos.'s 2 grandchildren: Cleo E. Bartell (age 6) and having lived in Iowa for 6 years with mother of Bessie Bothwell, born about 1898 in Iowa, and father of Geo. Bartelt, born about 1893 in Iowa, who were married in Sioux City, IA; and Thos. F. Bartell (age 3) and having lived in Iowa for 2 years.

The 1925 Iowa State Census U.S. Census taken on January 1, 1925, shows Tony Bartell (age 3) born in Iowa with mother of Bessie Bothwell, born in Iowa, and father of Geo. Bartelt, born in Iowa, is living with his aunt, Elizabeth Wahlert, in Greeley, Audubon Co., IA. Leigh Larson note: The above 1925 census reports show that Thomas F. "Tony" Bartell was residing in two places.

The 1925 New York State Census taken on June 1, 1925, shows Adolf Fischer (age 24) born in Germany and having emigrated 2 years ago and an Alien is a Salesman and is Boarding at 626 138th Street West, New York City, NY. Living with him is Charles Fischer (age 22) born in Germany and having emigrated 2 years ago and an Alien is a Salesman and is Boarding at 626 138th Street West, New York City, NY.

The 1925 New York State Census taken on June 1, 1925, shows John Walter (age 62) born in Germany and having emigrated 48 years ago and having become a Naturalized Citizen in New York in 1886 is a Teamster and is living at 141 South 17th, New York City, Queens Co., NY. Living with him are: his wife, Lena Walter (age 57) born in Germany and having emigrated 38 years ago and having become a Naturalized Citizen, who Does Housework; his son, William Walter (age 36) born in the United States, a Steamfitter; his daughter, Cornelia Walter (age 22) born in the United States, a Stenographer; his daughter, Evelyn Walter (age 19) born in the United States, who does Housework; his daughter, Jean Walter (age 19) born in the United States, a Stenographer; and his son, Walter Theodore Walter (age 19) born in the United States, a Painter.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer and Evelyn I. "Evie" Walter were married April 15, 1928, in Flushing Borough, Queens Co., NY.


The wedding party, April 15, 1928, in Flushing Borough, Queens Co., NY: The triplets, Teddy, Jean and Evelyn Walter, and Charles Fischer. The child in front may have been the flower girl.


Evelyn Walter, Jean Walter and Theodore Walter were triplets.


Charles Fischer became a Naturalized citizen on May 25, 1928.

Evelyn H. "Evie" Fischer was born January 24, 1929, in Astoria San, Queens Borough, New York City, NY.



The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 15, 1930, shows Charles Fischer (age 26) born in Germany to German-born parents, and having emigrated in 1924, and a Naturalized citizen, and first married at age 24, is a Butcher in a Store, and is renting his home for $50/month, and is living at 65-16 Roosevelt Avenue, 3rd Assembly District, New York City, Queens Co., NY. Living with him are: his wife, Evelyn Fischer (age 23) born in New York to German-born parents; and his daughter, Evelyn Fischer (age 1) born in New York to German and New York-born parents.

The 1930 U. S. Census taken on May 20, 1930, shows Antone Mikleson (age 64) born in Denmark to Danish-born parents emigrating in 1870 and a naturalized citizen is a widowed General Farmer with Real Estate worth $8,000 owning his own farm in Little Sioux Twp., Harrison Co., IA. Living with him are his two sons, both born in Iowa to Danish-born parents: Rayman Mikleson (age 29) a General Farmer; and Glen Mikleson (age 18) a Public Road Laborer. 

The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 18, 1930, shows Calvin P. Smith (age 51) born in New York to New York-born parents is Railroad Locomotive Engineer first married at age 21 who owns his own home  with real estate worth $7,000 living at 211 Morris Avenue, Inwood, Hempsted Twp., Nassau Co., NY. Living with him is his wife Lillian D. Smith (age 51) born in New York to New York-born parents, who was first married at age 21. Also living in the household is their daughter, Gladys Mikkleson (age 30) born in New York to New York-born parents, who was first married at age 21, and their son-in-law, Harry Mikkleson (age 33) born in Iowa to Danish-born parents, who is a Lineman at an Electric Light Company, who was first married at age 24. The son of Gladys and Harry also lives there: C. Raymond Mikkleson (age 7) born in New York to Iowa and New York-born parents.

The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 16, 1930, shows John Walter (age 67) born in Germany to German-born parents and first married at age 25 and having emigrated in 1874 and a Naturalized citizen is a Foreman at a Diary who owns his home worth $15,000 and is living at 141 S. 17th Street, Flushing Borough, New York City, Queens Co., NY. Living with him is his wife, Lena Walter (age 63) born in Germany to German-born parents and first married at age 21 and having emigrated in 1874 and a Naturalized citizen. Also living with him are his two unmarried sons, both born in New York to German-born parents: William Walter (age 40) a Steamfitter Helper; and Thedore Walter (age 24) a Building Construction Laborer.


Karl F. "Charles" Fischer was in a disagreement with his brothers-in-law, and following fisticuffs, separated from his family, and about 1932 departed the U.S.A., leaving his estranged family behind without any information about his whereabouts or his plans. He travelled to the Far East and to other points unknown.


Karl F. "Charles" Fischer (the man on the right) travelled to the Far East and to other points unknown.


When Karl F. "Charles" Fischer returned to the U. S. A. several years later (about 1935), he had a new identity, and his name was now Charles Fuller. He first located in Omaha, NE, and worked as a meat cutter, eventually being transferred by his employer to Missouri Valley, Harrison Co., IA, where he met and married Cleo Elizabeth Mikkleson.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller and Cleo Elizabeth Mikkleson were married October 10, 1937, in Missouri Valley, Harrison Co., IA.


Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller and Cleo Elizabeth Mikkleson Marriage Certificate.


Appleton Post-Crescent, Appleton, WI, Monday, October 24, 1938

Anthony Joubert, New London, Dies

Funeral Services for Machinist Will be Held Tuesday

New London - Anthony Joubert, 53, 203 Wyman street, died at New London hospital at 6:30 Sunday morning after an illness of a week. He was machinist at the Borden Milk Products plant here the last 21 years. Born at Maple Creek Feb 25, 1885, Anthony Joubert came to New London with his family 22 years ago. He live in Antigo for nine years following his marriage in 1905. He served a short term in the United States army in 1918. Surviving are the widow, four daughters, Mrs. John Spencer, New London; Mrs. Arthur Nelson and Mrs. Theodore Mickle, Chicago; Mrs. Urban Fermanick, Royalton; five sons, Jay, New London, Ira, Robert, Jack and Richard, at home; one brother Edward, Hawthorne, N. J., five sisters, Mrs. Emry De Rusha, Rosholt; Mrs. Joseph Lucia, Appleton; Mrs. Carrie Clark, Chicago; Mrs. Benjamin Dempsey, Los Angeles, Calf.; Mrs. Grover Garske, Spokane, Wash; and six grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Cline and Learman Funeral home where the body will be held until that time. The Rev. R. R Holliday will conduct the services and burial will be in Floral Hill cemetery.


The 1940 U. S. Census taken on April 10, 1940, shows Charles Fuller (age 32) born in Germany, and a Naturalized Citizen,  and 5 years ago was living in Omaha, Douglas Co., NE, and with 2 years of college, is a married Butcher at a Retail Meat Market, and who is renting his home for $18/month, and is living at 307 E. Superior Street, 2nd Ward, City of Missouri Valley, St. John Twp., Harrison Co., IA. Living with him is his wife, Cleo F. Fuller (age 22) born in Iowa, and 5 years ago was living elsewhere in Harrison Co., IA, and with 2 years of High School.

The 1940 U. S. Census taken on April 6, 1940, shows Calvin Smith (age 61) born in New York and having completed No Entry years of school and 5 years ago was living in the Same House is a Motorman for an Electric Railroad who owns his home worth $3,500 and is living at 311 Morris Avenue, Ironwood, Hempstead Township, Nassau Co., NY. Living with him is his wife, Lillian Smith (age 61) born in New York and having completed 3 years of High School, and 5 years ago was living in the Same House. Also living there are: his daughter, Gladys Smith (age 40) born in New York; his son-in-law, Harry Mikkleson (age 43) born in Iowa and having completed 8 years of School, and 5 years ago was living in the Same House, a Trouble Shooter for the Gas and Electric Company; and his grandchild, Calvin Mikkleson (age 17) born in New York and having completed 3 years of 3 High School, and 5 years ago was living in the Same House. ED 30-203, Page 14 of 38.

Evelyn I. "Evie" (Walter) Fischer filed for a dissolution of her marriage to Charles Fischer on March 26, 1940. The divorce was granted in the Supreme Court, County of Queens, NY, on July 9, 1940.


Evelyn I. "Evie" (Walter) Fischer filed for a dissolution of her marriage to Charles Fischer on March 26, 1940. The divorce was granted in the Supreme Court, County of Queens, NY, on July 9, 1940.


   

Charles Fuller's WWII Draft Registration Report. He claimed he was born January 25, 1908, in Germany.


Harry A. Mikkleson died August 14, 1945, in the Borough of Queens, NY, at age 48.


Council Bluffs Iowa Nonpariel, Council Bluffs, IA, May 8, 1955

Visit Little Sioux

LITTLE SIOUX - Pvt. Harry Mikkleson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mikkleson, and Pvt. Harlan Gahm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gahm, are home on leave from Ft. Bliss, Texas. They just completed basic training.


Evelyn I. "Evie" (Walter) (Fischer) Fitting died June 25, 1970, in Flushing Borough, Queens Co., NY, at age 65. Buried in Long Island National Cemetery, East Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller and Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) Fuller were divorced August 3, 1972, in Maricopa Co., AZ.


The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, Saturday, August 5, 1972

Divorces Granted

Aug. 3, 1972

FULLER, Cleo Elizabeth from Charles.


Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) Fuller then married Edward R. "Ed" Anderson.

Edward Roy "Ed" Anderson died May 27, 1985, at Hickman Care Center, Peoria, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 73.


The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, Thursday, May 30, 1985

Obituaries

Edward Roy Anderson

SUN CITY WEST - Edward Roy Anderson, 73, a retired manager of Lou Regester Inc., in Phoenix, died May 27, 1985, at Hickman Care Center in Peoria. Mr. Anderson, of Sun City West, moved to Arizona 30 years ago from Montana, where he was born. He graduated from Montana State University. Survivors include his wife, Cleo; sons, Michael and James R.; stepdaughters, Patricia Doughty and Mary E. Ray; a sister; and two grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. today at Menke Funeral Home, 12420 N. 103rd Ave., Sun City. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hickman's Care Center, 23209 N. 87th Ave., Peoria, or Sunshine Services, Inc., 9980 Santa Fe Drive, Sun City, 85351-3197.


Wilbur Almo "Bill" Larson and Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) (Fuller) Anderson were married July 11, 1987, in Sun City, Maricopa Co., AZ.

Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller died August 19, 1987, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV, at age 83.

David Michael Strub died September 21, 1989, in Cave Creek, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 43.


The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, Saturday, September 23, 1989

OBITUARIES

David Michael Strub, 43, of Cave Creek, an employee of a cement company, died Sept. 21, 1989. He was born in Lemars, Iowa, and was a Vietnam Nay veteran. Survivors include his wife, Barbara; a daughter; parents; three sisters; and four brothers. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Shadow Mountain Mortuary, 2350 E. Greenway Road, with visitation one hour before services. Contributions: Heart Assist Fund, P.O. Box 7038, Phoenix 85011.


The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, Tuesday, October 3, 1989

OBITUARIES

David Michael Strub, 43, of Cave Creek, an employee of a cement company, died Sept. 21, 1989. He was born in Lemars, Iowa, and was a Vietnam Nay veteran. Survivors include his wife, Barbara; a daughter; parents; three sisters; and four brothers. Services were held. Contributions: Heart Assist Fund, 12629 N. Tatum Blvd., Suite 458, Phoenix 85032. Shadow Mountain Mortuary.


Wilbur Almo Larson died October 19, 1996, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV, at age 83.

Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) (Fuller) (Anderson) Larson died July 27, 2000, in Green Valley, Pima Co., AZ, at age 82.


N. A. Mikkleson - The Danish-American citizens of Harrison county, Iowa, have been universally successful in whatever line of work they choose to follow. Some of the most substantial farmers of the county have come from Denmark, and among this number N. A. Mikkleson occupies a prominent place. Starting out in a very humble way, as a farmer, Mr. Mikkleson now has more than three hundred acres of excellent land in Little Sioux township, and his prosperity is the direct result of his own individual efforts. Notwithstanding the fact that he has been so successful in a material way, he has not neglected to take an active part in the civic life of his community, and has held various official positions with satisfaction to his fellow citizens.


1915 Harrison County, Iowa History

N. A. Mikkleson, the son of Rasmus and Amelia (Hansen) Mikkleson, was born on February 9, 1866, in Denmark. His parents came to the United States about 1870, and landed at Boston, Massachusetts. His father had been a weaver in his home country, but upon coming to the United States, he worked as a day laborer in Boston for the first two years. The family came west and located in Monona county, Iowa. Some Mormons had squatted on a claim in the hills, but the senior Mikkleson bought them out for ten dollars, and in a dug-out which the Mormons had constructed, the family lived for three years. There were seven in the family and the dug-out had only one room, but it was the best they could do. When the family left the train at Dunlap, there were nine of them and their worldly assets consisted of five dollars in cash. Rasmus Mikkleson settled down to work with that energy which characterizes the people of his race and eventually became a substantial and influential citizen of Monona county. Several years ago he retired from active work and is now living a life of ease and retirement in Onawa, Monona county, Iowa. Mr. Mikkleson does not know very much concerning his mother's family. It is known that they were originally from France, and fled from that country during the French Revolution and took refuge in Denmark.

N. A. Mikkleson was four years of age when his parents came from Denmark to Boston, Massachusetts, and six years of age when they located in Iowa. He received his education in the district schools of Monona county, and remained at home until he was married. He then bought one hundred and twenty acres of land in Monona county, for which he paid thirteen dollars an acre. He improved this farm and, a few years later, bought sixty acres more. He lived on his Monona county farm for ten years and then sold it for thirty-five dollars an acre. He invested his money in land in Harrison county in 1901, buying three hundred and twenty-seven and one-half acres in Little Sioux township. He paid thirty-five dollars an acre for this land and since then has been offered one hundred and twenty-five dollars an acre for it, which shows the remarkable increase in land values since he first acquired the farm.

When Mr. Mikkleson came here with his parents, the farmers in Iowa did all their plowing with oxen, and, in fact, they hauled their grain to market with oxen. Today, Mr. Mikkleson hauls his grain to market in more modern ways, and he even uses a gasoline engine to do all of his plowing. He can now plow more land in half a day than his father could plow in a week with oxen, and do it better and with infinitely more ease. With his farm of more than three hundred acres, Mr. Mikkleson is an extensive grain and stock raiser, feeding most of his grain to stock, which he fattens for the market. Few farms in the state are better equipped for progressive farming and Mr. Mikkleson ranks among the most progressive of his county.

N. A. Mikkleson was married on February 4, 1889, to Christina MATTISON, who is also a native of Denmark, a daughter of Peter Mattison and wife. Her mother died when she was a small girl. Her parents came to the United States in 1886 and located in Monona county, Iowa. N. A. and Christina (Mattison) Mikkleson have seven children, six of whom are living, Rasmus, October 15, 1890, died on March 22, 1898; Sophia, born on October 15, 1892; Sena, September, 1894; Harry, March 22, 1898; Raymond, July 5, 1900; Stella, July 27, 1904; Glenn, March 9, 1912. Sena is the only child married. She married Floyd Alton and lives on a farm in Little Sioux township, and has one son, Leo M.

The family are loyal members of the Lutheran church and are greatly interested in all of its activities. Mr. Mikkleson is a member of the Modern Woodmen of America. He has always given his loyal support to the Democratic party. He has served on the school board and was treasurer of that body in his township for four years. He has also been trustee and at the present time is serving as treasurer of his township. In every official position, he has rendered his fellow citizens faithful and efficient service, and, consequently, is eminently deserving of the high esteem in which he is held by everyone who knows him.

Source: 1915 Harrison County, Iowa History, pp. 963, 964, 965


The History of Harrison Co., IA,  printed 1981.

Andrew Armstrong - Andrew Armstrong was born in County Derry, Minniemoore, Ireland and came to the United States in 1864 with his wife and four children. His wife died shortly after their arrival. He placed the three younger children, Frank, Hattie and Elizabeth in foster homes in New York, where they lived all of their lives. The oldest son, William remained with his father.  Andrew joined the Union Army on Nov 19, 1867, near the close of the Civil War. He served three years. While on guard duty at a town well in Richmond, Virginia, he met a young girl who came to get water. She was Sarah Elizabeth Willix, born Jan 7, 1850 in Richmond Virginia. Andrew and Sarah were married November 19, 1869.

Andrew was in Wyoming when he received his discharge from the army. They migrated to Kansas then later, moved to Little Sioux, Iowa, where they engaged in farming north of Little Sioux along the foothills. When they retired, they moved to an acreage in River Sioux where they spent their remaining years.

Ten children were born to this union, seven reaching adulthood. They were Andrew Jr. who married Minnie White. Their children were: Blanche Wiltfonge, Edna Schmitt, Addie Withem, Irvin and Ellen Small, Robert who married Minda Conyers. Their children were Lavida Denny and Emile. Sarah married Thomas Bothwell. Their children were Bessie Forsen, Ethel Nelson, Bertha Kidder, Leonna Powell, Lloyd Thomas, Joseph and Josephine, twins. Joseph married Ethel Kerr. Their children were Bruce, Rose Ramsey, Hugh, Phil, Elizabeth Crabb, Wayne and Lyle. John married Anna Anderson and their children were Floyd, Earl and Inez.  George married Grace Mortesen.  They had one daughter, Dorothy Young. Grace died at Dorothy's birth. He then married Nettie Bothwell. Their children were Pearl Wood, Eugene and Imogene Haller who were twins. Ella married Irvin Cross. They had four boys; Gordon, Leo, Eldon, Donald.  After her husband's death, she married Henry Little and they had one son Jack Little. Three other children, Mattie, twins Benjamin and Thomas died in early childhood. The living children after marriage all engaged in farming in or near the Little Sioux area. They all lived to be octogenarians except George who died at the age of 55 years. The only living member at this writing is Ella Little who lived in River Sioux.  Andrew passed away Sep. 1922, and Sarah in Sep. 23, 1930. Both are buried in Little Sioux cemetery.

Note: There is a picture of Andrew and Sarah with this article.


George Adam Bartelt was born February 18, 1891, in Audubon Twp., Audubon Co., IA, son of Fred Bartell of Germany and Elizabeth (Unknown) of Iowa. Fred was a Farmer living in Audubon Twp., Audubon Co., IA. In 1917 he was an unmarried farmer.

Frederick Arthur Ray was born September 8, 1922, in Burbank, Los Angeles Co., CA.

Frederic Leon Brown (age 29) and Charlotte Forsen (age 23) were married Thursday, June 7, 1951, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Missouri Valley, IA.


Council Bluffs Iowa Nonpariel, Council Bluffs, IA, September 21, 1952

JOINS WAF

Charlotte Forsen, 24, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John  C. Forsen of Minden, has enlisted in the Women's Air Force and is serving at Lackland Base, San Antonio, Texas, local recruiters reported Saturday. A graduate of Modale High School, Miss Forsen attended Iowa State Teachers College and the University of Omaha. She was formerly a kindergarten teacher in the public schools here.


Richard C. Turner and Charlotte Forsen were married Saturday, November 30, 1957, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Council Bluffs, IA.

Richard C. "Dick" Turner was born September 30, 1927, in Avoca Twp., Pottawattamie Co., IA, and died September 28, 1986, from a heart attack at his home in West Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, and was pronounced dead at Mercy Hospital Medical Center in Des Moines an hour later at age 58. He is the son of Joseph W. Turner of Iowa and Elizabeth C. Unknown of Pennsylvania. Joseph was a Lawyer.

PDF Link to Patricia Lynne Fuller and Anthony Rutgers Doughty Engagement, 1964.

PDF Link to Patricia Lynne Fuller and Anthony Rutgers Doughty Wedding, 1964.

PDF Link to Mary Elizabeth Fuller and David Michael Strub Wedding, 1967.

Barbara Lucille Canoro was born December 13, 1948, in Fairbanks, AK. She is the daughter of Vincent Robert Canoro of New York City, NY, and Sarah "Sally" Unknown.

David Michael Strub and Barbara Lucille Canoro were married in Maricopa Co., AZ.

David Michael Strub and Barbara Lucille (Canoro) Strub had one child:

  1. Rachel Ann Strub: Born about 1978 in Maricopa Co., AZ. Married to Justin Wayne Smallwood: Born August 15, 1973, in Unknown.

David Michael Strub died September 21, 1989, in a hospital, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 43.


The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, Saturday, September 23, 1989

OBITUARIES

David Michael Strub, 43, of Cave Creek, an employee of a cement company, died Sept. 21, 1989. He was born in Lemars, Iowa, and was a Vietnam Nay veteran. Survivors include his wife, Barbara; a daughter; parents; three sisters; and four brothers. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Shadow Mountain Mortuary, 2350 E. Greenway Road, with visitation one hour before services. Contributions: Heart Assist Fund, P.O. Box 7038, Phoenix 85011.


The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, Tuesday, October 3, 1989

OBITUARIES

David Michael Strub, 43, of Cave Creek, an employee of a cement company, died Sept. 21, 1989. He was born in Lemars, Iowa, and was a Vietnam Nay veteran. Survivors include his wife, Barbara; a daughter; parents; three sisters; and four brothers. Services were held. Contributions: Heart Assist Fund, 12629 N. Tatum Blvd., Suite 458, Phoenix 85032. Shadow Mountain Mortuary.


Barbara Lucille (Canoro) Strub then married Donald Al "Don" Ratti.

Donald Al "Don" Ratti was born May 24, 1942, in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA, and died February 28, 2007, in Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 64. Buried in Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ.

Donald Al "Don" Ratti and Barbara Lucille (Canoro) Strub were married in Maricopa Co., AZ.

Justin Wayne Smallwood was born August 15, 1973, in Unknown.

Justin Wayne Smallwood and Rachel Ann Strub were married Unknown.

 

Gary Lewis Ray and Larri Sue Moore were married December 20, 1969, in Los Angeles Co., CA.

Trevor Thomas Ray was born November 25, 1974, in Saint George, Washington Co., UT.

Gary Lewis Ray and Larri Sue (Moore) Ray were divorced before 1979.

Gary Lewis Ray and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" (Fuller) Strub were married April 28, 1979, in Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV.

Paul Victor Kolan and Larri Sue (Moore) Ray were married May 4, 1979, in Utah Co., UT.


The Ray Family, Gary, Beth and Trevor.


Trevor Thomas Ray died May 10, 1983, in Utah, at age 8. Buried in Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, Sandy, Salt Lake City Co., UT.


The Daily Spectrum, Saint George, UT, Friday, January 14, 1983

Young Cowboy fan gets his last wish

SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) - A dream will come true Saturday for a suburban Salt Lake City boy with an inoperable brain tumor. He will get to meet the Dallas Cowboys football team. Trevor Ray, 8, will be flown to Dallas Friday morning by the Tomorrow Today Foundation, a Utah group established a few months ago to grant the last wishes of dying children. Foundation officials said the boy will attend a Cowboys practice Saturday, meet team members and get the chance to participate in a huddle. Trevor will be given an autographed football to take home. "I was born and raised in Dallas, and he's a big Cowboys fan," said Larri Kolan, Sandy, Utah, the boy's mother. "It will be a thrill for him to meet (quarterback) Danny White and the Cowboys." While Trevor ins in Texas, he'll have a chance to see a great-aunt and uncle and a great-grandmother. "None of these people have seen him since he was two months old," Mrs. Kolan said. The boy already has pictures of the Cowboys that were sent to him when he was receiving treatment at Primary Children's Medical Center in  Salt Lake City, where he underwent surgery using new laser techniques. Trevor's tumor was diagnosed when he was in the first grade, although the doctors suspected it had been present for some time. He did well after returning home following surgery, being promoted to the second grade and learning to ride his bike again. "We had nine great months," Mrs. Kolan said. However, the boy's condition deteriorated last summer and doctors at Primary Children's said they considered the tumor to be inoperable now. The Utah youth has responded well to radiation therapy and is also undergoing cheno-therapy. "He's a remarkable kid," Mrs. Kolan said. "He gives it all he's worth and keeps going. We're inspired by his courage."


The Daily Spectrum, Saint George, UT, Monday, January 17, 1983

Young Cowboy fan gets his last wish

IRVING Texas - Trevor Ray, 8, of Salt Lake City talks with Dallas Cowboys kicker Rafael Septien after the Cowboys 37-26 victory over the Green Bay Packers Sunday at Texas Stadium. The youth has inoperable brain cancer and had expressed a wish to meet players on the Cowboys, especially Danny White, the quarterback. A nonprofit organization in Utah made his last wish come true. UPI


The American Fork Citizen, American Fork, UT, Thursday, May 12, 1983

Obituaries

Trevor T. Ray

Trevor Thomas Ray, 8, of Sandy, Utah, died May 10th in his home following an extended illness. Trevor was born November 25, 1974 in St. George, Utah to Gary Lewis and Larri Sue Moore. He was a member of the LDS Church and a student at Quail Hollow Elementary School in Sandy, Utah. Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Larri Sue and Paul V. Kolan of Sandy, Utah; his father and stepmother Gary and Beth Ray of Las Vegas, Nev.; a brother Jason; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hunt of Mesa, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ray of Orem, Utah; step-grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kolan of Lehi, Utah, Mrs. Cleo Anderson of Sun City, Ariz., and Mrs. Charles Fuller of Benson, Ariz., step-great-grand-mothers Elnora Gray of Lehi, Utah and Margaret Kolan of Bessimer, Michigan. A viewing will be held at Larkin's Sunset Gardens, 10600 South, 1700 East, Sandy, Utah, Friday May 13th, 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held Saturday, May 14th at the Granite 10th Ward Chapel, 2535 Newcastle Drive (take Quail Holow Drive - 9400 South and 2340 East - to New Castle), 12 o'clock noon. A viewing will also be held one hour prior to services in the Relief Society Room.


 

Donald Al "Don" Ratti died February 28, 2007, in Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 64. Buried in Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ.


Donald Al "Don" Ratti is buried in Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ, Monday, March 5, 2007

OBITUARIES

Donald A. Ratti - 5/24/42 - 2/28/07. 30 plus years with the Cement Masons Local 394. Survived by wife Barbara, Daughter Tammy, Sons David (Judy) and Danny (Jennifer) and step daughter Rachel; sisters Donna, Barbara, Sandy, Gail, Nancy and Grandchildren. Services will be held at Black Mountain Baptist Church - 33955 N. Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek on Tuesday, March 6, 2007. Viewing 12 PM, Service 1PM with reception to follow. Private burial at 3:45 at Phoenix Memorial Park & Mortuary. Honor his memory by contributions to UMCFoundation@umcaz.edu or Hospice of the Valley.


The Valley Times.

About June 7, 1963

 

Gary Ray, Packard Photography, L. A. Library

 

May 22, 1963, John Burroughs High School.

Charles Fuller SSN: 478-07-4067, 12/11/1936

Dennis Wayne Johnson and Kayln Sue Hanson were married June 22, 1946, in Yankton Co., SD.

Kayln Sue (Hanson) Johnson died March 14, 2018, at Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls, SD, at age 72.


The Capital Journal, Pierre, SD, Friday, April 27, 2018

Kayln Sue Hanson Johnson

Kayln Sue Hanson Johnson, 72, passed away peacefully March 14, 2018, at Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls, SD, surrounded by family and friends. She was born February 14, 1946, in Yankton, SD, to Florence (Skov) and Melvin Hanson of Mission Hill. She graduated from Yankton High School in 1964, Augustana College in 1968 with a BA in English, Auburn University in 1971 with a Masters in English, and the University of North Texas, Denton, in 1989 with an MBA in Long Term Care/Special Care Units. After living and working in Alabama for 13 years, in 1982 she returned to Sioux Falls to work at Citibank. In 1986 she found her true calling-she spent the next 28 years as an administrator with Good Samaritan Society working in Sioux Falls (Luther Manor), SD, LasCruces, NM, Albuquerque, NM, and Kissimmee, FL. In addition to her career, Kayln was known for singing, playing piano and accordion, humorous writing, and painting beautiful pieces of art. She loved the outdoors, having a good time, and going one speed-nonstop. But more than anything, she had a way of making everyone she knew feel she was their "best friend". Her biggest hobby was friendships-from childhood, high school, college, church, work, residents at the facilities she directed-she made friends everywhere. She nurtured and cultivated those friendships and her calendar was full as she traveled the world to visit them all. Kayln had a life filled with accomplishments, but her pride and joy was her immediate and extended family. She also enjoyed her time with special friend, Victor Vermillion of Panama City, FL. Kayln is survived by: her children, Tiffany (Dr. Gonzalo) Sanchez of Fort Pierre, SD, and Jed (Nici) Johnson of Sidney, NE; her seven wonderful grandchildren: Cougar (Douglas, WY), Peter, Riggs and Lily Sanchez, and Jack, Jonas and Joel Johnson; her sisters Sharon (Dave) Thompson of Garden Grove, CA, and Lynda (Rob) Johns of Omaha, NE, and brother Lynn "Butch " (Beth) Hanson of Mission Hill, SD; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, and her special Aunt Berniece Sorenson of Kenosha, WI. A celebration of Kayln's life will take place at the Chapel of Reconciliation on the campus of her alma mater; Augustana University on Monday, April 30, 2018 at 1:00 pm with a lunch at Kaladi's following the memorial service. In lieu of flowers and in honor of Kayln, make your time count by doing something FUN with someone you love! Please direct memorials to Augustana University or Dougherty Hospice House.


 

 

Frederick Arthur Ray died Wednesday, October 4, 2000, in Albuquerque, Bernalillo Co., NM, at age 78. Buried in Orem City Cemetery, Orem, UT.


The Albuquerque Journal, Albuquerque, Bernalillo Co., NM, Thursday, October 05, 2000

Frederick A. Ray, 78, a resident of Albuquerque since 1993, died Wednesday, October 4, 2000. He is survived by his wife, Della Ray of Albuquerque; daughter, Marilyn Williams and husband, Kenneth of Albuquerque; son, Gary L. Ray and wife, Beth of Green Valley, AZ; three grandchildren, Jason Ray of Polson, MT, Grant and Michelle Williams, both of Albuquerque; sister, Addeline Frankenfeld of Yuma, AZ; and brother, Edward Ray and wife, Betty of Burbank, CA. He was preceded in death by his brother, Joseph Franklin Ray; and grandson, Trevor Ray. He was a resident of Albuquerque for seven years, moving here from Orem, UT. Mr. Ray attended Aztec High School in New Mexico. He lived in Burbank, CA for 25 years, where he raised his family. From there he moved to Orem, UT in 1976 and moved to Albuquerque in 1993. Mr. Ray was an accomplished Fine Artist with paintings displayed in various galleries throughout the Southwest. Services will be held, Friday, 11:00 a.m., at the Kachina Building - L.D.S. Church Paradise Hills/Cibola Ward, with Bishop Steve Wagner. Friends may visit Friday, from 10:00 a.m. til 11:00 a.m., at the Kachina Building, Relief Society room. Interment will take place in Orem City Cemetery, Orem, UT. French Mortuary-Westside, 9300 Golf Course Rd. NW.


Della Edith (Jones) Ray: Born September 15, 1923, in Falfa, San Juan Co., CO; Died April 22, 2013, in Utah

 


The Morning Call, Allentown, PA, May 02, 2002

Richard K. Joubert

Richard K. Joubert, 72, of Mount Bethel, died May 1 in Pocono Medical Center, East Stroudsburg. He was married to Evelyn F. (Fischer) Joubert for 44 years last July. A 1957 graduate of Shelton College, Ringwood, N.J., he was a teacher for Mendham Borough (N.J.) School District for 35 years before retiring in 1990. Born in New London, Wis., he was a son of the late Anthony I. and Lottie M. (Finley) Joubert. He was a member of Mount Bethel Lutheran Brethren Church. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. Survivors: Wife; son, Kenneth R. of Newton, N.J.; daughter, Leslie K. of Mount Bethel; sister, Oscie Nelson of Los Angeles, Calif.; two grandsons.


April 06, 2011

Evelyn F Joubert

Mt. Bethel, PA. Mrs. Evelyn F. Joubert (82) died on April 6, 2011 at St. Claire’s Hospital in Dover. She was born in Astoria, NY and grew up in Flushing, NY. She lived in Flanders, NJ, for many years, before moving to Mt. Bethel, PA. She was a retired Elementary School Teacher in Mt. Olive Township and now a member of the Mt. Bethel Lutheran Brethren Church. Mrs. Joubert was predeceased by her husband Richard K in 2002 and is survived by her daughter Leslie Joubert of Mt. Bethel, PA, son Ken (and Irene) Joubert of Newton, Grandsons; Richard and Robert, and sisters; Patti Doughty of Walker, MN and Beth Ray of Green Valley, AZ. Arrangements are by the Davis & Hepplewhite Funeral Home, 96 Main St., Succasunna, NJ (973-584-7264) davishepplewhitefh.com. Donations may be made in her name to the Charity of your choice.