Funeral Services for Pauline L. Vogel, Wall Lake, formerly of Sac City, will be Saturday, March 8, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Sac City, with Reverend Mark Selby officiating. Burial will be in Nemaha Cemetery, Nemaha. Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Sac City, is in charge of arrangements.
Pauline Luise Vogel, age 99, of Sac City, passed away at Twilight Acres Nursing home in Wall Lake, on March 3, 2003.
Pauline was born March 8, 1903, in Bonnigheim, Germany, the daughter of Gottlob and Wilhelmine (Ott) Stahl and was baptized in Meimsheim, Germany. She lived with her family in Bonnigheim and Meimsheim, Germany and attended school in Meimsheim. In 1922 at the age of 19 Pauline immigrated to America coming into Ellis Island and then on to Iowa.
On March 8, 1923 Pauline was united in marriage to Fredrick Wilhelm Vogel at Peace Lutheran Church in Wall Lake. To this union five children were born: Ralph, Raymond, Roy, Arlene and Dale.
Pauline and Fredrick were farmers. The family lived in the Wall Lake area. Coon Valley Township and for many years in the Nemaha area. Pauline lived in Sac City prior to being a resident at Twilight Acres for the past nine years.
Farming was her life along with enjoying her garden, crocheting and being with her family and many grandchildren. The aroma of baked goods coming from her kitchen is a special memory to her family. She enjoyed visiting shut ins.
She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Sac City.
Pauline is survived by her two sons and their wives: Raymond and Eugenia of Newell, and Fountain Hills, Arizona, and Roy and Janice of Bella Vista, Arkansas; a daughter and her husband Arlene and Wayne Spier of Gretna, Nebraska; and two daughters-in-law Vivian Vogel of Des Moines, and Coleen Vogel of Storm Lake. Other survivors include her 16 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren, and seven great-great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Fredrick in 1952; her two sons: Ralph and Dale; three brothers: Ernst, Gottlob, and Herman; and three sisters: Wilhelmine, Emma and Sophia.
Kaen Khaoorn, age 84, died on Saturday, March 1, 2003 at the Buena Vista Regional Medical Center in Storm Lake.
Funeral services for Kaen Khaoorn will be at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 8, 2003 at the Fratzke & Jensen Funeral Home in Storm Lake with Pastor Barry Thongvanh officiating. Burial will be in the Storm Lake Cemetery.
Kaen Khaoorn was born May 2, 1918 in Sayaboury, Laos to Tee and Bova Khaoorn. He grew up with his parents on a farm in Sayaboury, Laos.
He married Keo Khaoorn and had one son, Sai Khaoorn who resides in Laos. Following Keo's death, Kaen married Sei Khaoorn and had 10 children.
During his working years, Kaen was a farmer in Laos. He was a member of the Christian faith.
Kaen is survived by his wife, Sei Khaoorn; four sons: Sai Khaoorn, Khio Khaoorn, Peter Khaoorn, and La Khaoorn; one daughter, Mord Khaoorn; three sisters: One Khaoorn, age 109 years, Noy Khaoorn, age 98 years, and Sy Imboua, age 81 years; and other extended family members and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife, Keo and six children.
Hugo E. Peterson, age 93, of Cheboygan, Michigan, formerly of the Albert City area, died Monday, March 3, 2003 at Cheboygan Care Center in Cheboygan, Michigan. A prayer service will be held on Friday, March 7, 2003 at 10:00 a.m. at the Sliefert - Asmus Funeral Home in Albert City with Reverend David Bernhardt officiating. Interment will be in the Fairfield Township Cemetery. Military Rites are provided by AMVETS Post #616 of Storm Lake. A visitation will be one hour before the service at the Sliefert - Asmus Funeral Home in Albert City. The Sliefert - Asmus Funeral Home in Albert City is in charge of arrangements.
Hugo Eugene Peterson was born on the family farm northeast of Albert City on February 10, 1910 to August and Hilda (Kindberg) Peterson. He was baptized and confirmed in the Ljunhed Lutheran Church in Albert City and graduated from the Spencer High School in 1928.
Hugo was a barber by profession, working in several shops in Iowa before moving to Livonia, Michigan. Hugo enlisted in the Army of the United States on November 19, 1942 and entered active duty on September 11, 1943. Hugo served his country until December 23, 1945 when he was honorably discharged after serving in World War II.
Hugo was united in marriage to Ruth Olson. She passed away in 1967. He was later united in marriage to Helen Wilder. Helen passed away two years ago.
Hugo enjoyed spending time at the lake and was proud to have been able to serve his country. He spent his final days in a nursing home in Cheboygan, Michigan.
Hugo is survived by one step-daughter, Karen Pearson, of Topinabee, Michigan; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews in Iowa, California, and Texas.
Preceding him in death were his first wife, Ruth and Helen, his second wife; his step-son, James Chappell; his parents; his sister, Olga (Mrs. Ernest) Gustafson; and three brothers and their wives: Waldemar and Esther Peterson of Albert City, and Arvid and Burnice Peterson and Rueben and Mattie Peterson, all of California.
Jonathon Hale Broders, age 49, of Hitchcock, Texas, formerly of Schaller, died suddenly on March 4, 2003 at the Columbia Mainland Hospital in Texas City, Texas.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, March 8, at 2 p.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Schaller, with the Reverend David Hagan officiating.
Jonathon Hale Broders was born January 10, 1954 in Ida Grove to Richard and Barbara (VanGriethuysen) Broders. As a child, he grew up in the Ida Grove, Sac City and Schaller areas.
While living in Sac City, Jonathon attended kindergarten. His family moved to Schaller, where he completed his education and graduated from Schaller High School. While in school, Jonathon competed in various sports, especially excelling in baseball and wrestling.
Jonathon was baptized in February of 1954 in Battle Creek. He received his confirmation from St. Paul Lutheran Church in Schaller on April 7, 1968.
From 1973-1975, Jonathon served in the U.S.Army. He was initially trained and stationed at Fort Leonardwood in Missouri and then stationed in Alaska. He attained the rank of Corporal while serving his country.
Jonathon worked at the Denison Packing House before attending Iowa Lakes Community College for 2 years in Hotel Management. After receiving his degree, he managed hotels in Virginia, Florida, Arizona, and presently Hitchcock, Texas.
He loved sports, fishing, visiting casinos, and spending time with friends. Jonathon will be remembered for being a good son.
Jonathon is survived by his parents, Richard and Barbara Broders of Schaller; his fiancé, Ida P. Hicks of Hitchcock, Texas; children: Christine Broders of Humble, Texas, Jesse Swanson of Washington D.C., and Julie Ebersole; sister, Megan Ann Broders McGowan and husband, Shawn of Aurelia; niece and nephew, Caiti and Josh McGowan of Aurelia; friend, Julie Johnson; aunts, uncles, and other extended family and friends.
Preceding Jonathon in death are his grandparents, a brother, Tim and three uncles.