Tim F. Smith
Tim F. Smith, age 50, of Quimby, formerly of Sioux Rapids, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, December 3, 2003 in Sioux City. A funeral service was held on Sunday, December 7, at the Sliefert ~ Asmus Funeral Home in Sioux Rapids. The Sliefert ~ Asmus Funeral Home in Sioux Rapids is in charge of the arrangements.
Timothy Fay Smith, one of four children of Jack and Shirley (Wilson) Smith, was born on November 4, 1953, in Kansas City, Missouri. He grew up in the Storm Lake area and graduated from Storm Lake High School in 1973. On November 18, 1973, Tim was united in marriage to Donna Johnson and this union was blessed with two daughters, Julie and Chris. In 1994, Tim was united in marriage to Doreen Tuttle and was blessed to adopt his third daughter, Kari.
Tim worked hard to provide for his family. He was employed at the Wonder Tire Shop and then at Simonsen Iron Works in Sioux Rapids for 19 years. He moved to Cherokee and later to Quimby. In his spare time, he enjoyed hunting, fishing and playing pool. Tim had a very special relationship with his daughters and was an important part of his grandchildren's lives. He will always be remembered as a loving and devoted father and grandfather and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Tim is survived by his three daughters: Julie Kell and her husband, Bryan of Galva, Chris Hartfield and her husband, Tommy of Sioux Rapids and Kari Smith of Galva; his mother, Shirley Parris of Pleasant Hill, Missouri; three brothers: John Smith and his wife, Mary of Linn Grove, Mike Smith and Janell of Pleasant Hill, Missouri and Dan Smith and his wife, Mary of Pleasant Hill, Missouri; four grandchildren: Cody and Aimee Kell of Galva and Tamara and Terry Hartfield of Sioux Rapids; and several nieces and nephews and other loving relatives and friends.
Preceding Tim in death was his father, Jack Smith.
Beulah M. Warriner
Beulah Warriner, age 93, died Monday, December 1, 2003, at her home at Methodist Manor in Storm Lake.
Funeral Services were Saturday, December 6, at the United Methodist Church in Schaller. Burial will be in the Schaller Cemetery. The Fratzke & Jensen Funeral Home in Schaller is in charge of the arrangements.
Friends wishing to send condolences to the family on-line may do so on the Fratzke and Jensen Funeral Home website: www.fratzkejensen.com
Beulah May McClaran was born on October 21, 1910 near Climbing Hill, to Ed and May (Clark) McClaran. She was raised there and at Correctionville, graduating from Correctionville High School in 1928.
She received her teaching degree at Wayne State College, and taught school near Moville and Salix. In 1943 Beulah was united in marriage to Burton Warriner at South Sioux City, Nebraska. Mrs. Warriner was a homemaker for 56 years, first on the family farm and then in town at Schaller.
Mrs. Warriner was a lifelong member of the United Methodist Church, from baptism and Piero Bethel to where she devoted most of her life, the Schaller Methodist Church. She was active in several Methodist women's clubs and outreach groups as well as supporting numerous youth activities with her children.
She is survived by her sister, Nell Riser of Moville; her son, James Warriner of Vicksburg, Mississippi, and her daughter, Nancy Wernimont of Lakewood, Colorado. Mrs. Warriner had seven grandchildren: Barry Warriner of Round Rock, Texas, Robert Warriner of Divide, Colorado, James S. Warriner of Jacksonville, Florida, Elizabeth Warriner of Vicksburg, Mississippi, Jacqueline Wernimont of Providence, Rhode Island, and Nicole and Zachary Wernimont of Lakewood, Colorado. She had one great-granddaughter, Savannah Warriner of Jacksonville, Florida. Numerous nieces and nephews share the loss of their aunt.
Mrs. Warriner was preceded in death by her parents, Ed and May McClaran; one brother Lauren McClaren; and two sisters: Ruth Hall and Muriel Needham. She suffered the death of her husband, Burton Warriner, after 46 years of marriage.
Adeline Ann Zwemke
Adeline Ann Zwemke, age 82, of Storm Lake, passed away on Thursday, December 4, 2003, at the Buena Vista Regional Medical Center in Storm Lake. A funeral service was held on Saturday, December 6, at St. John Lutheran Church in Storm Lake with Reverend Douglas Haynes officiating. Interment was in the Buena Vista Memorial Park Cemetery. The Sliefert ~ Asmus Funeral Home in Storm Lake was in charge of the arrangements.
Adeline Ann (Wiebe) Zwemke, one of three children of Louis and Elsie (Kruse) Wiebe, was born on March 4, 1921, in Marathon. She attended Zion Lutheran School. Adeline worked in the retail and restaurant businesses. In 1954, Adeline was united in marriage to Walter Zwemke. This union was blessed with one son, Richard. She remained living in her home in Storm Lake upon Walter's death and moved into the Methodist Manor in September of 2002 where she made many friends.
Adeline's Christian faith was important to her and she served the Lord willingly. She was an active member of St. John Lutheran Church in Storm Lake and taught Sunday School and midweek classes in addition to participating in Ladies Aid and serving on the funeral committee. Adeline loved to cook and enjoyed quilting.
Adeline is survived by her son, Richard Zwemke of Storm Lake; special niece, Julie Dreher; special friend, Tounh Viengsay, several other nieces and nephews and other loving relatives and friends. She is also survived by her friends and the employees at Methodist Manor in Storm Lake.
Preceding Adeline in death were her parents, Louis and Elsie Wiebe; her husband, Walter Zwemke; her brother, Melvin Wiebe and her sister, Bernice Dreher.