Davenport Mountain View Cemetery  


                   submitted by Marge Womach 



 Page Lu through Lz

See cemetery introduction on page A 


Luck, Jane Ellen Holland:  (1922-1981);  “Services for Jane Ellen (Holland) Luck, a native of Davenport and one of the first Miss Davenports, were held Thursday, Dec 31, at the Immaculate Conception Parish Catholic Church in Davenport.  Mrs Luck died Dec 28, 1981 at the age of 59 in Spokane, her home. Survivors include Bill Luck, Spokane; three sons, Greg, Terry and Lenny Luck, all of Spokane; two daughters, Mrs Loren (Sherry) Rux of Davenport; Mrs Randy (Joy) Cain of Spokane; six grandchildren; numerous cousins.  Father Tyrone Schaff officiated the services and interment was at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport. Mrs Luck attended public school here, graduating from Davenport High School. She was born here July 5, 1922.” (Davenport Times: 1-07-1982);“Ellen Jane Luck. Died: 12-28-81, age  __, heart attack at home; Davenport burial.” (Davenport Catholic Ledger); 


Luck, W E ‘Bill’:  (1919-2005);  “A family celebration of life for Wilbur Bill Eugene Luck (Lueck) took place Saturday, May 28, at the home of Loren and Sherry Rux.  Mr Luck died of lung cancer Monday, May 23, at his home, with his wife, Lu, at his side. Interment will be at the Mountain View Cemetery Veterans’ Memorial. Born March 15, 1919, north of Davenport where his family had farmed for years, he graduated in 1937 from Davenport High School. After attending Kinman Business School he entered the Armed Services in 1941 and received his pilot’s wings in 1943. He flew many planes during WW II and the Korean War. He was a commander of his favorite plane, the B-29, in the Pacific Theater, and flew in the ‘Show of Force’ over the carrier Missouri at the surrender of Japan. In 1953 he left the service to care for his wife, Jane Holland Luck, to whom he was married for 35 years. He built the original tire shop in Davenport in 1958. Later he worked for Huck’s Transfer and then Empire Machinery where he sold hundreds of combines, tractors and farm implements.  He married Lu (Eylouise Crowston Wogsland) in 1977. They built their own home, with the help of family, on a bluff in West Spokane where he could watch the planes fly overhead and enjoy their view of Mt Spokane and pine trees. In retirement he was an avid reader and enjoyed golf. He and Lu traveled to many places to see friends. He said of his life: ‘It was a grand ride.’  His warmth, wit and zest for life will be missed forever, his family reports.  Besides his first wife, a brother, three sisters and  a son, Terry, preceded him in death.  He leaves his wife, Lu, and their eight children:  Sherry (and Loren) Rux, Joy Luck (Cain) (and Gary Madsen), Greg (and Judy) Luck, Lenny Luch (and Lisa Koffel), Becky (and Dennis) Cox, Valorie Wogsland (and Ann Sweeney), Dick (and Becky) Wogsland, Cliff Wogsland II; grandchildren…; 10 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews and ‘grands’.  His sister, Geraldine Austin is his sole surviving sibling; his step-family includes Lolly Smith, Myrna and Edward England, Val and Judy Crowston, Vic and Sharon Crowston.” (Davenport Times: 6-02-2005); 


Lueck, Emma M: (1880-1944); “Emma Lueck.  Dated: Nov 13, 1944.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index); “Mrs Emma Lueck. Dated: Nov 13, 1944.” (Davenport Presbyterian Ledger); (Tombstone viewed by Lartigues in 1973-74)


Lueck, Lenny Frederick:  (1913-1917); d. 10-12-1917; (Tombstone viewed by Lartigues in 1973-74)


Lueck, Margaret:  (1855-1939);  “Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church here at 2 p.m. Friday for Mrs Margaret Lueck, age 83, pioneer who died Jan 24 (1939) at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Boleneus, north of Davenport. The Rev Lee Knoll had charge of the funeral service, and a mixed quartet sang, accompanied by Miss Mabel Inkster. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery...” (Dav. Times & Tribune: 2-02-1939) “Mrs Margaret Lueck, who would have been 84 years old Feb 4, passed away Tuesday evening... She had been ill for some time, and bed-fast for 6 months. A native of Germany, she came to Illinois when a girl of 16, and then lived in MN for some time, coming to Davenport region about 38 years ago. For the last 15 years she resided with Mr and Mrs Boleneus. Survivors are 5 children by her first marriage, including one daughter, Mrs Anna Lueck and four sons, Henry Christian and Lewis Stude of Brewster, MN, and Charles Stude of St Paul, MN, and 5 children by her second marriage, including Mrs Margaret Boleneus and William Lueck of Davenport, Ernest Lueck of Ovando, MT, Fred Lueck of Palouse, and Frank Lueck of Lewiston, ID, by a number of grandchildren including Raymond Haines of Spokane, and Kenneth Haines of Davenport, whom she helped rear, and by two sisters and a brother in IL.” (DT & T: 1-26-1939) “Margaret Lueck. Dated: Jan 24, 1939.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index);


Lueck, William G:  (1883-1950); “Funeral services were held in Davenport Saturday for William G Lueck, age 67, who died in Spokane Nov 1, following a long illness. A native of MN, he came to this area in pioneer days; farmed for many years, and in recent years was employed by the county highway department. His first wife, Mrs Emma Lueck, died six years ago. He married again last summer, and is survived by his widow, now in CA, four daughters, and two sons, 3 brothers, 4 half brothers and 17 grandchildren.” (Citizen: 11-10-1950) “William G Lueck. Dated: Nov 1, 1950.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index);


Luiten, Elroy H: (1918-2004);  “Funeral for Elroy H ‘Elly’ Luiten, 86, is scheduled at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov 13, at Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport. He died Nov 7, 2004 in Davenport. Born July 9, 1918 in Ritzville, he was the son of Jacob and Martha (Burghard) Luiten. The family lived briefly in Rathdrum, Idaho, before moving to Davenport, where he graduated from Davenport High School in 1936. He attended the University of Puget Sound before joining the Air Force in WW II. While in the service, he attended St John University and served as a gunnery instructor on B-17s.  Elly married his high school sweetheart, Margaret Olsen, in 1940. The couple had two children, Susan and Douglas. He owned the Union 76 gas station for many years and also worked at the Davenport Union Warehouse before joining the Lincoln County Highway Dept, from which he retired in 1984.  In 1988, Elly married Anita Reinbold, expanding his family to include her children, Carol, Joyce and Bill, as well as grandchildren Kristine and Nathan. They had resided at the Davenport Retirement Village for the past 10 years. He was a lifetime member of Zion Lutheran Church, the Free and Accepted Masons, and also belonged to the Order of Eastern Star. Preceding him in death were his parents, his first wife, Margaret; four brothers, Orval, Arnold, Ray and Harvey; and four sisters, Marla Luiten, Florence Walker, Verna Beieler and Lillian Jablonski. Besides his second wife, he leaves a daughter, Susan (and Don) Masson of Salem, OR; a son, Douglas (and Joyce) Luiten of Moses Lake; stepchildren, Carol (and Sam) Cole of Kirkland, Joyce (and Doug) Luiten of Moses Lake and Bill (and Kathy) Reinbold of Davenport; two brothers, Orlen Luiten and Bob (and Phyllis) Luiten of Davenport; grandchildren…; step grandchildren…; and many nieces and nephews. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport is in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times: 11-11-2004); 


Luiten, Harvey R:  (1923-1943); “Harvey Luiten. Dated: Oct 3, 1943.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index);  “Davenport, WA., Sept 30.—Harvey Luiten, age 19, former Davenport High School athlete, was killed in a navy plane crash near Key West, Florida, Sept 21, a wire from the Navy dept to his father, Jacob Luiten, county highway dept employee, states. A wire received by Mr Luiten Sept 22 stated the youth was missing, and another wire received Saturday morning reported the body had been recovered in the plane wreckage, and that death probably was instantaneous. Luiten was graduated from the Davenport High School in 1942, and was an outstanding football player and boxer. He enlisted in the navy early last winter, attended training camp at Farragut, ID, and was graduated from a navy school at Norman, OK, in July with a rating of ordnance man, 3rd class. He was stationed at Lake City, FL, for about a month and then was sent to a base near Key West, and was on a routine flight when the crash occurred. The navy department will send the remains to Davenport, with a naval escort, and it is possible that the boy’s brother, Orlen Luiten, sailor stationed at Daytona Beach, FL, will accompany the remains. There were five Luiten boys in the service. In addition to the deceased and his sailor brother, Orlen, there are two boys in the army, Arnold F (Pete) Luiten, former Harrington teacher, and Elroy Luiten, and one in the coast guard, Raymond Luiten, stationed at San Francisco. Jacob Luiten, father of the deceased, is a widower, and there were seven boys and three girls in the family. Young Luiten is the fifth Davenport man killed or lost during this war. Philmer Zier, navy radioman, was lost with a plane near Seattle early last winter, Herman Frohnhafer, navy man, went down with an oil tanker, Neosho, in the south Pacific in May, 1942, Ray Rohlman was killed in action with the marines in July, 1943, and Clyde Knowles was killed in action with army forces in the south Pacific early last winter.” (Odessa Record: 30 Sept 1943)


Luiten, Irene L: (1928-1994);  “Irene Lucille Luiten. Died: 7-13-1994; Birth: 4-02-1928, WA. Spouse: Marvel Robert Luiten.  Father: Gottlieb Reinbold; Mother: Louise Holscher.  Buried: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card)  “Funeral service for longtime Davenport resident Irene (Renie) Luiten was held Monday at Zion Lutheran Church, with Pastor Fritz Brandenburg officiating. Interment was at Mountain View Cemetery.  Mrs Luiten, 66, died July 13, 1994 in Davenport.  She was born April 2, 1928 in Spokane to Gottlieb and Louise (Holscher) Reinbold. She grew up I the Egypt area, and attended school there and in Davenport. She graduated from Davenport High School in 1946.  She married Robert Luiten on April 2, 1948 at Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport. She was a homemaker and mother as her children were being raised, then later worked at several different businesses in Davenport—mostly at Davenport Rexall Drug, which is now Davenport Pharmacy.  She retired two years ago, but continued to be active in community clubs, including the popular HH Sewing Club, and various charitable organizations. She also was very active  in helping to plan community celebrations in Davenport, such as Hometown Christmas and Pioneer Days. She enjoyed flowers and gardening. Mrs Luiten was a member of Zion Lutheran Church and Women of the Church.  She is survived by her husband, Robert, at the home; three sons and their wives, Mike and Kathy Luiten, Dale and Sally Luiten, and Jeff and Linda Luiten; one daughter and her husband, Wanda and Jim Talbott; seven grandsons; three sisters, Gertrude Stuckle, Hilda Thiringer and Claire VanBuren; one brother, Herman Reinbold; and numerous nieces and nephews. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times:  7-21-1994); 


Luiten, Jacob:  (1878-1972);  “Funeral services were held Tuesday for Jacob Luiten, an early pioneer of the region. He was 93.  Services were held at the Zion Lutheran Church with burial at Mountain View Cemetery. Luiten was born March 5, 1878, in Minnesota and moved to the Ritzville area with his parents nine years later. When he went out on his own, he bought a half section of land in the area and built a farm, including a large two story home.  In June 1928 he moved to the Davenport area, farming north of the city until 1940. At that time, he moved into town and worked for the county road district until his retirement in 1945. In 1907, Luiten married the former Martha Marie Burghard, and the couple had 11 children. Mrs Luiten died in May 1932.  Surviving Luiten are nine children: Florence Walker and Verna Beieler of Davenport; Lillian Jablonski of Spokane, sons Orval of Ritzville, Arnold of Almira, Raymond of Loomis, CA, and Elroy and Robert of Davenport.  Also surviving are 18 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren and two brothers, Gerhard of Spokane and Fred in Ritzville. Two children preceded Luiten in death: A son, Harvey, was killed in a plane crash while in the Navy during WW II, and a daughter Marlys died in 1929.  Serving as pall bearers at Luiten’s funeral were his nephews Elmer Luiten of Cheney, Earl Luiten of Ritzville, Vernon Luiten of Spokane, Walter Luiten of Spangle, Herbert Burghard of Odessa, and James Burghard of Ritzville.” (Davenport Times:  1-13-1972); 


Luiten, Margaret:  (1918-1986); “Margaret O Luiten.  Born Oct 19, 1918, Davenport, WA; Passed away Feb 8, 1986, Spokane, WA; Funeral Services: Wednesday, Feb 12, 1986, at 11 a.m., Zion Lutheran Church, Davenport, WA. Pastor Stanley Williamsen, officiating.  Concluding services and Vault Interment: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Funeral Program)


Luiten, Marjorie Mae Sautter:  (1926-1999);  “This past Saturday, Aug 14, 1999, St Peter noticed a weakness in the Heavenly Choir. After discussing this dilemma with the Lord, Marjorie Mae Luiten, 73, was called to Heaven to fill out the soprano section. Funeral service was held at Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport on Tuesday, Aug 17, followed by interment at Mountain View Cemetery. Pastor Mark Egertson officiated the service. Born to William and Margaret Sautter on May 5, 1926, in Davenport, Marge was the youngest of five children. After graduating from Davenport High School in 1944, she attended Whitworth College in Spokane.  Marjorie worked for the ag. office in Davenport, and with the help of her mother and sister Vera, proceeded to raise  Becky, David and Debby as a single mother, a rare and brace act in those days.  In 1959, Marjorie married Orlen ‘Poke’ Luiten. Two more children were born, Martha and Tim. Marge and Poke recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. Mrs Luiten worked for over 20 years at Lincoln Hospital and Nursing Home. She was a tender and loving aide, taking care of the sick and elderly of her community. She worked as a surgical technician and volunteered on the ambulance as an EMT. Mr Luiten also worked for a time with Okanogan Home Health, taking care of the infirm at their homes.  Mrs Luiten was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport. She had been active in various women’s circles and was a member of the choir. She was a past member of First Presbyterian Church, also in Davenport.  AS an active and ardent member of the Lincoln County Democrats, Mrs Luiten spent election days as a poll worker. Once the polls closed, she would report the county election results for various news agencies.  Mrs Luiten was an active worker and advocate for Care and Share in Davenport as well.  Mrs Luiten was preceded in death by her father William, mother Margaret, sister Cleo McPherson, brother Clarence, and many dear friends.  Those left behind include Marge’s husband of 40 years, Orlen ‘Poke’ Luiten of Davenport; three daughters and two sons, Becky Van Dinter, Debby Wright, Martha Tate and Tim Luiten, all of Spokane, and David Wright of Kennewick; a sister, Vera, and a brother, Vernon, both of Davenport; 13 grandchildren; and four great grandchildren. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times:  8-19-1999)


Luiten, Marlys J: (1926-1929);  d/o Jacob and Martha M; (Tombstone viewed by Lartigues in 1973-74)


Luiten, Martha M: (1888-1932);    “Mrs Jacob Luiten, formerly of the Ritzville region, died in Spokane Sunday morning, according to information received here this week. Several survivors are left, among whom are John and Peter Luiten and Mrs Charles A Simpson, Odessa. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church in Davenport on Wednesday, the Rev A O Swinehardt, Spokane, officiating, assisted by the Rev F J Ahrendt, Davenport. Music was by Mr and Mrs Fred Buck, Mrs Guy Munson and the Rev Mr Ahrendt, accompanied by Mrs O W Johnson. Interment was in the Davenport Lutheran cemetery. Mrs Luiten was born in Mennelva, MN, and moved to Ritzville when a small girl. She was married to Mr Luiten there in 1907, living on a farm near there till 1919, after which they moved for a time to Rathdrum, ID. They came to the Larene district, north of Davenport, in 1928. Beside the Odessa survivors, she is survived by her widower and 10 children.” (Odessa Record: 6-03-1932)


Lyle, Roger G:  “Roger G Lyle, age 84.—Passed away on June 12, 2010. He was born in Havre, MT to John and Loreen Lyle. Roger graduated from high school in Joplin, MT in 1943, starting college at Northern Montana College (now University). He joined the Navy in 1944 and served in the South Pacific Theater as a signalman in an Armed Guard crew aboard Merchant Marine tankers. After discharge in 1946, he again attended Northern Montana University and graduated from Kinman Business University. He passed the CPA exam in 1951. While at Kinman Business University, he met and later married Lillian Moholt in 1950, celebrating 60 years of marriage this coming July 8. In 1953, he established an accounting practice in Davenport, WA, becoming the first resident CPA to practice in Lincoln County. He retired from the firm Lyle, Leffel, Otis & Warwick (now Leffel, Otis & Warwick) in 1993. He holds a life membership in the Washington Society of CPAs and the American Institute of C{As. He served on and chaired the Agriculture Accounting Committee of the WSCPA and is a past member of the Spokane Estate Planning Council. Roger was a charter member and past president of the Davenport Lions Club and past president of the Davenport Chamber of Commerce. He was founding director and Vice Chairman of The Wheatland Bank. He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church where he also served as a council member. Following retirement, he and Lillian spent 15 winters at Mesa del Sol in Yuma, AZ until 2004. He enjoyed golf at the Harrington Golf and Country Club in the summer and at Mesa del Sol Golf Club in the winter. He also enjoyed their lake cabin at Lake Roosevelt with family and friends, salmon fishing trips, and other fishing trips, water skiing and taking care of home and cabin yards. Roger is survived by his wife of nearly 60 years, Lillian, two daughters, Linda (John) Wagner of Harrington, WA and Karen Lyle of Davenport, WA; two grandsons: Matt (Desirae) Wagner and great grandson John Bennett Wagner (born just two days before his passing), of Spokane, WA and Jordan (Heather) Wagner of Harrington, WA; his sister, Margaret (Bill) Floerchinger of Anchorage, AK; one brother, Dean (Darlene) Lyle of Joplin, MT; sister-in-law, Bernice Lyle of Great Falls, MT, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. A Graveside Service will be held on Wednesday, June 16, 2010 at 10 a.m. at Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA with a Memorial Service following at 11 a.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, Davenport, WA with Pastors Jim Stern and Cindy Wuts, officiating. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA is caring for the family.” (Spokesman Review: undated, submitted) 


Lyons, John Thomas:  (1918-1958); d. 5-16-1958;  “John Thomas Lyons.  S Dakota Pfc. Hq. Bttry. 260 FABN WW II. Feb 3, 1918-May 16, 1958.” (Tombstone viewed by Lartigues in 1973-74)


Lyons, Thos A: (unconfirmed burial: d. 6-29-1903); “Thomas A Lyons. Death: 6-29-1903. Age: 38 yrs. Single; suicide by hanging. Birth: MI; Reside: Davenport; Died: Mountain View Sanitarium.” (Spokane County Health Records)


Lyse surname: (“The funeral of Julius Lyse, age 63, a pioneer of the Davenport district who died at Seattle Saturday, was held at the Davenport Presbyterian Church Tuesday, the Rev W L Killian officiating.”-OR: 3-18-1927); 


Lyse, Elsie Mansfield:  (1899-1988); d. 8-29-1988;  “Elsie M Lyse of Davenport died Aug 29, 1988 in the Lincoln Nursing Home. She was 88.  Mrs Lyse was born to Eustace and Magdalene Mansfield on the Oscar Olson farm three miles north of Davenport on Nov  13, 1899. Except for three years spent with her parents on a homestead in the Dyar Hill area northwest of Mansfield, she spent her formative years in the Davenport area. Mrs Lyse attended Davenport grade and high school graduating in 1917. She received  her provisional teaching certificate from Cheney Normal School and taught two terms in rural schools north of Reardan. She then returned to Cheney and received her life diploma in 1921, teaching one term in Rosalia, and one term in Davenport. Several of those fifth grade students still live in the Davenport area.  She married Elmer Holman in 1923 and lived in Hillyard until his death in 1925. She then resumed  teaching with three terms at the No. 1 school north of Mondovi and three terms at the Govan school. On Nov 24, 1929, she married Theodore C Lyse of Govan where they lived for three years, moving to Davenport in 1933.  They farmed in the Larene and Egypt areas until 1939 when they moved to Davenport.  Mrs Lyse was a lifetime member of the Presbyterian Church which she joined at age 9 in 1908. Over the years, she served as elder, deacon, Sunday school superintendent and teacher, choir member, president of the Women’s Association for several terms and chairman of the Memorial Committee. She was active in Presbyterial, serving as second vice president from 1964 to 1968, and recording secretary from 1969 to 1971. She also served as a member of the Synodial Nominating Committee and secretary of the Fellowship Training Team. In June of 1961 she was a delegate to the first national meeting of the United Presbyterian Women at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.  During World War II, she worked as a switchboard operator in the local telephone office. She set up, operated and managed the Lincoln County Soil Testing Laboratory for 20 years. Mrs Lyse was a charter member of the Jim M Gale Auxiliary #7480, Veterans of Foreign Wars, was a past president of the organization and a member for 45 years. She was also a lifetime member of the Lincoln County Historical Society. She is survived by her husband, Ted, of the home; a brother, Glen Mansfield of Seattle; a sister, Edna Germont of Spokane; two daughters, Lois Sautter of Davenport and Kathleen Yates of Spokane; two grandsons, Harold Sautter of Cheney and Russel Yates of Port Townsend; two granddaughters, Katherine Johnson of Davenport and Diane Axworthy of Redmond; 8 great grandchildren and one great-great granddaughter, numerous nieces and nephews.  Services were held Sept 1 in the Davenport Presbyterian Church. Rev Jeff Callender officiated with Sarah Jane Johnson, organist, and Dixie Guhlke, soloist. Pall bearers included Carl Yates, Russ Yates, Vern Sautter, Hal Sautter, Lyle Manly, Gene Johnson and Dan Mansfield. Honorary pall bearers were members  of the fifth grade class she taught in Davenport, Vern Bumgarner, Gerald Janett and Ellen Wilbur. Burial followed in the Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport. Strate Funeral Home was in charge.” (Davenport Times:  9-08-1988) 


Lyse, Theodore C:  (1903-1997); d. 9-20-1997;  (see also, Lyses 50th anniversary in DT: 11-29-1979; married Elsie Mansfield on Nov 24, 1929 in Spokane, residing for next three years at Govan, then Davenport.);  “Funeral service for Theodore (Ted) Lyse, who lived nearly all of his years in this area, will be held Friday at the First Presbyterian Church in Davenport, with Pastor Martha Montovani officiating. Interment will be at Mountain View Cemetery.  Mr Lyse, 94, died Sept 20, 1997 in Davenport.  He was born March 6, 1903, to Chresten and Elna (Weismann) Lyse in Govan, where he grew up and attended school. He married Elsie Mansfield on Nov 24, 1929, and they moved to the Davenport area in 1933. They farmed in the Larene and Egypt areas until 1939, when they moved into Davenport.  Mr Lyse was manager of the Odessa Union Warehouse in Davenport for many years, retiring on Jan 1, 1970. He continued to live in Davenport for many years, but over the past few, his health forced him to move to Spokane for assisted care at Hawthorne Manor. Eleven months ago, however, he was able to move back home to Lincoln County to the new Vista Manor assisted living facility in Wilbur. A WW II veteran of the US Navy, Mr Lyse was a life member and past post commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #7480, a 42-year member of the American Legion Post #46, a charter member of the Lincoln County Historical Society and a past member of the Davenport Chamber of Commerce. A member of the SeaBees Veterans of America, he was also organizer and past post commander of the 41st Special Battalion Association, USBCB, and served as service officer for both the VFW and American Legion for over 40 years. In addition, Mr Lyse was a 50 plus year member of the First Presbyterian Church in Davenport. Mr Lyse is survived by two daughters and sons-in-law, Lois and Vernon Sautter of Davenport and Kathleen and Karl Yates of Spokane; four grandchildren… 10 great grandchildren; nine great-great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his wife Elsie in 1988, one sister and one brother. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport is in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times:  9-25-1997) 




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