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101 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goetzman, John William (I214)
 
102 Civil birth record says Goetzman Goetzman, Thomas Bartholomew (I216)
 
103 Civil birth record says Goitzman Goetzman, Eileen Carol (I144)
 
104 Civil birth record says Gotzman Gotzman, Josephine (I8)
 
105 Civil birth record shows the name Goetzman Goetzman, Helen Ann (I97)
 
106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goetzmann, Audrey Ann (I104)
 
107 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goetzman, Gerald Charles (I105)
 
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goetzman, Gayle Barbara (I165)
 
109 Civil birth records lists the name Goetzman Goetzman, Anna Isabell (I98)
 
110 Civil records show the name Goetzman Goetzman, George Wilbur (I130)
 
111 Cletus was an editor; the family unit consisted of wife Catherine and children Florence, Cletus and Beatrice Goetzmann, Cletus (I68)
 
112 convulsions Kirster, Ruth (I469)
 
113 date of Jan 15 is from her obituary Goetzmann, Elizabeth (I32)
 
114 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F165
 
115 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F57
 
116 Divorced 19 Oct 1949 Family F76
 
117 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F71
 
118 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F63
 
119 Don't see evidence that he ever married Kirster, Frank Joseph (I467)
 
120 Donald "Don" P. Zachek , age 52, died unexpectedly on Thursday, February 13, 2014 at his home. Don was born in Appleton on September 15, 1961 to the late Howard Zachek and surviving mother, Lois (Utchig) Zachek. He graduated at Appleton East High School with the class of 1980. Don worked at Midtec for many years. He loved the great outdoors - especially hunting and fishing, and was also an avid Packer fan.

Don is survived by two sons: Eric and Chad Zachek; his mother, Lois Zachek, Appleton; two brothers: John (Theresa) Zachek, Appleton and Robert (Jennifer) Zachek, Town of Harrison; and his sister, Lynn (Todd) Krueger, Kaukauna.

He was preceded in death by his father, Howard Zachek.

A memorial service will take place at 7 pm on Tuesday, February 18, at the Brettschneider-Trettin-Nickel Funeral Chapel. Friends may visit at the funeral chapel Tuesday from 5 pm until the time of service. A memorial fund will be established.
- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postcrescent/obituary.aspx?pid=169687830#sthash.9kN9iCDQ.dpuf 
Zachek, Donald "Don" Paul (I309)
 
121 EAU CLAIRE \emdash Stanley William McIlquham, 87, of Chippewa Falls, died Monday, Dec. 13, 201,0 at Luther Hospital in Eau Claire.

He was born July 3, 1923, in Chippewa Falls to Elsie (Cutsforth) and William McIlquham.

He grew up in the town of Anson and attended school there.

Stanley married Lois (Berg) on Aug. 18, 1945, at Trinity United Methodist Church in Chippewa Falls. They resided in the town of Anson, where he was a lifelong dairy farmer.

He was a member of Anson United Methodist Church.

Stanley loved to garden and be outdoors; but his passion was fishing. The highlight of his life was traveling with the men in the family to the Arctic Circle to go fishing.

Survivors include: his wife Lois of Chippewa Falls; four daughters, Verna McIlquham of Elk Mound, Linda (Greg) Sweeney of Afton, Minn., Laura (Charles) Boos of Elk Mound, Mary (Mark) Benson of Elk Mound; a son Dale (Lori) McIlquham of Jim Falls; two sisters, Ruth Robinson of Eau Claire, Helen (Jim) Anonich of Rice Lake; brother, Earl (Lois) McIlquham of Anson; brother-in-law, Merle "Bud" Normand of Chippewa Falls; 14 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by: his parents; and a sister Phyllis Normand.

A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 16 at Pederson-Volker Funeral Chapel, Chippewa Falls, with the Rev. Stephen Scott, of Anson United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will follow in Copp Cemetery, town of Anson.

Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 15 at Pederson-Volker Funeral Chapel and until the time of service Thursday, also at the funeral chapel.

Pederson-Volker Funeral Chapel, Chippewa Falls, is serving the McIlquham family.

Chippewa Herald 15 Dec 2010 
McIlquham, Stanley William (I337)
 
122 Eugene N. Berg, 91, of Chippewa Falls, died Sunday, June 26, 2016 at home in the loving care of his family.

Eugene Norval Berg was born July 4, 1924, at St. Joseph's Hospital in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, to Otto and Nina (Lauer) Berg. He was a lifelong resident of Chippewa Falls, and graduated from Chippewa Falls Senior High School in 1942.

Eugene was a World War II Army veteran, serving with the 10th Mountain Division in Italy. As a medic and ambulance driver, he transported the wounded from the front lines to field hospitals. He was awarded a bronze star for meritorious service in combat in March, 1945. While serving in Italy, he converted to Catholicism and was baptized and confirmed by the Pope; at home he was a long-time member of Notre Dame Parish. Following wartime service, he served in the Wisconsin National Guard, Red Arrow Division, retiring from the Guard in 1984. He belonged to the American Legion Post 77, receiving recognition as a 70-year member in 2015. He also was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Goldsmith Council #974; Moose Lodge 246; and United Council of Commercial Travelers #335.

After World War II, Eugene returned to Chippewa Falls and married Doris E. Popple on September 17, 1945. He worked at Berg's B Line with his father, purchasing the business from his father in 1956. He ran it until selling it to his son Lowell, in 1986. He continued to work with his son until April 2016, although in later years his focus at work was on visiting with friends and customers, and participating in a weekly Thursday social hour. One of his typical tasks was to "try a car up the road" when he was 90 years old, and he accomplished that with usual aplomb.

Travel was one of his favorite activities, and he made several return trips to Italy that he greatly enjoyed as he showed children and grandchildren sites he had visited during World War II. He was always ready for a trip by car or train, and his memories of trips were frequently defined by the meals and food he ate. He loved spending time with family and planning his next outing for a meal, coffee, or just a visit.

He is survived by his children, Wayne (Debbie) Berg of Chippewa Falls, Theresa Berg of Chippewa Falls, Deborah (Charles) Wells of Eau Claire, Ronald (Jolene) Berg of Chippewa Falls, Richard (Mary) Berg of Chippewa Falls, Joel (Carol) Berg of Chippewa Falls, Mary (George) Peck of Chippewa Falls, Catherine (Randy) Peck of Chippewa Falls, Lowell (Renee LaRonge) Berg of Chippewa Falls, Maurice "Orly" (Cynthia) Berg of Chippewa Falls, Gina (Carl Castiglioni) Berg of Southampton, New Jersey, Shelly Berg of Chippewa Falls, and Brent Berg of Chippewa Falls, 28 grandchildren, and 19 great grandchildren.

Eugene was preceded in death by his wife, Doris; his parents; and one sister, Lois McIlquham.

A funeral mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 30 at Holy Ghost Church in Chippewa Falls. Rev. Monsignor Mark Pierce will be celebrant of the funeral Mass. Interment will be in Hope Cemetery, Chippewa Falls. Military rites will be conducted by the Chippewa Falls Patriotic Council.

Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, June 29, at Horan Funeral Home in Chippewa Falls, with the vigil at 4 p.m. with Rev. Pierce followed by the rosary with the Knights of Columbus.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials may be sent to either United Service Organizations, PO Box 96860, Washington, DC 20077-7677 (online @uso.org ) or Mooseheart, 155 South International Drive, Mooseheart, IL 60539 (online @moosecharities.org.)

Dad always liked driving: he drove ambulance in WWII; he would always pick up kids if asked; he taught many a kid to drive, and a stick shift at that. He would drive countless hours on vacations, sometimes testing his children's bladders.

He aligned many a car and truck to keep them going straight. He fixed many a set of brakes to help vehicles stop at the right time.
He also raised 13 children, helping teach them to keep on the straight and narrow and helping them to know when it was time to stop.

Today he started his last drive, so we have one piece of advice to our father who gave us so many: Take the scenic route on your way to heaven, take your time and enjoy the ride because you will have eternity once you get thereā€¦.

We miss you already.

AFTER SERVICE NOTICE:

Funeral services for Eugene N. Berg were held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 30, 2016 at Holy Ghost Church in Chippewa Falls.

Rev. Msgr. Mark Pierce of Notre Dame Church in Chippewa Falls was celebrant of the funeral Mass. Interment was in Hope Cemetery in Chippewa Falls. Mass server was Jack LeDuc. Military rites were conducted by the Chippewa Falls Patriotic Council with Taps played by Simon Arneberg.

Music during the Mass was provided by Paul, Pete and Tim Danielson and Judy Brist. Readings were given by Rachel Richgels and Maryse Wells. Gift bearers were Rosie Berg, Elena and Isabella Castiglioni and Bridget Peck. Eucharistic Ministers were Jolene Berg and Mike Schmidmayr.

Casket bearers were Sawyer, Shawn and Zach Berg, Aaron and Owen Danielson, Mark and Nathan Peck and Brian Wells.

Wednesday afternoon Rev. Pierce led the family, relatives and friends in a Christian vigil service and the Knights of Columbus recited the rosary at the Horan Funeral Home. 
Berg, Eugene Norval (I335)
 
123 Florence was a clerk; the family unit consisted of wife Catherine and children Florence, Cletus and Beatrice Goetzmann, Florence Mary (I66)
 
124 Frank does not have a job listed, the family unit was just him and his wife Louise Goetzmann, Louise Barbara (I90)
 
125 Frank does not have a job listed, the family unit was just him and his wife Louise Hayertz, Frank (I93)
 
126 Frank was a business owner, the family was just him and wife Louise. Goetzmann, Louise Barbara (I90)
 
127 Frank was a business owner, the family was just him and wife Louise. Hayertz, Frank (I93)
 
128 Frank was a farmer, family unit was him and his wife Louise Goetzmann, Louise Barbara (I90)
 
129 Frank was a farmer, family unit was him and his wife Louise Hayertz, Frank (I93)
 
130 Frank was a machine tender in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Staying with them was Anna's sister Margaret. Goetzmann, Frank Ulrich (I34)
 
131 Frank was a machine tender in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Staying with them was Anna's sister Margaret. Feller, Anna Magdalena (I70)
 
132 Frank was a machine tender in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Staying with them was Anna's sister Margaret. Goetzmann, Virginia (I71)
 
133 Frank was a machine tender in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Staying with them was Anna's sister Margaret. Goetzmann, Robert Henry (I72)
 
134 Frank was a paper maker in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Goetzmann, Frank Ulrich (I34)
 
135 Frank was a paper maker in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Goetzmann, Frank Ulrich (I34)
 
136 Frank was a paper maker in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Feller, Anna Magdalena (I70)
 
137 Frank was a paper maker in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Feller, Anna Magdalena (I70)
 
138 Frank was a paper maker in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Goetzmann, Virginia (I71)
 
139 Frank was a paper maker in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Goetzmann, Virginia (I71)
 
140 Frank was a paper maker in a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Anna and children Robert and Virginia. Goetzmann, Robert Henry (I72)
 
141 Fred was a paper maker at a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Catherine and children Florence, Cletus and Beatrice Goetzmann, Friedrich "Fred" (I33)
 
142 Fred was a paper maker at a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Catherine and children Florence, Cletus and Beatrice Brill, Catherine (I65)
 
143 Fred was a paper maker at a paper mill; the family unit consisted of wife Catherine and children Florence, Cletus and Beatrice Goetzmann, Beatrice (I69)
 
144 Fred was a paper maker in a paper mill, the family unit consisted of his wife Catherine and children Florence, Leo and Cletus. Goetzmann, Friedrich "Fred" (I33)
 
145 Fred was a paper maker in a paper mill, the family unit consisted of his wife Catherine and children Florence, Leo and Cletus. Brill, Catherine (I65)
 
146 Fred was a paper maker in a paper mill, the family unit consisted of his wife Catherine and children Florence, Leo and Cletus. Goetzmann, Florence Mary (I66)
 
147 Fred was a paper maker in a paper mill, the family unit consisted of his wife Catherine and children Florence, Leo and Cletus. Goetzmann, Leo Sylvester (I67)
 
148 Fred was a paper maker in a paper mill, the family unit consisted of his wife Catherine and children Florence, Leo and Cletus. Goetzmann, Cletus (I68)
 
149 Fred was a paper maker in a paper mill, the family unit consisted of wife Catherine and children Florence and Leo. Goetzmann, Friedrich "Fred" (I33)
 
150 Fred was a paper maker in a paper mill, the family unit consisted of wife Catherine and children Florence and Leo. Brill, Catherine (I65)
 

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