|Birth: ||Oct. 15, 1889|
|Death: ||Sep. 17, 1947|
Buried: 9/20/1947 ~ Age: 58
MRS. JENSEN DIES SUDDENLY
MRS. A.A. JENSEN, 57, OF MILLARD, FATALLY INJURED IN FALL ON TRIP
Mrs. Albert A. Jensen, 57, Millard, former well-known farm resident just north of Blair, died late yesterday in an Omaha hospital during an operation.
Mrs. Jensen was injured internally Sunday when she stumbled over a gas pipe in an Oklahoma filling station as she and Mr. Jensen were returning from a month's visit in San Francisco with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Dotson.
The body was brought to the Campbell Mortuary in Blair. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at First Lutheran Church in Blair. Burial will follow in Blair Cemetery.
Mrs. Jensen, as Marie Voss, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, lived in this vicinity most of her life. The Jensens farmed on Highway 73 just north of Blair many years before moving to Millard.
Surviving Mrs. Jensen are her husband; three sons, Leslie Jensen of Omaha, Gerald Jensen of Lincoln and Bobby Jensen, at home; three daughters, Mrs. Donald Ludwig (Helen) of Ralston, Mrs. Paul Hancock (Laverne) of Herman and Mrs. Charles Dotson (Miriam) of San Francisco. Other survivors include two brothers, Henry Voss of Blair and John Voss of Millard, and 12 grandchildren.
MANY AT FUNERAL FOR MRS. ALBERT A. JENSEN
First Lutheran Church here was filled Saturday afternoon as funeral rites were held for Mrs. Albert A. Jensen, 57, of Millard, former Blair farm resident. Mrs. Jensen died Sept. 17 from injuries received in a fall.
The Rev. Mr. Herforth of St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Millard, Mrs. Jensen's pastor, and the Rev. H.C. Jorgensen of Blair officiated. Interment under direction of the Campbell Mortuary, was in Blair Cemetery. Pallbearers were Carl Pieper and George Nelson of Blair; Walter Nielsen of Rose Hill; and Will Hansen, John Holling and Rudolph Otte, all of Millard.
Mrs. Jensen, as Marie Voss, was born Oct. 15, 1889, at Millard and was raised there. After her marriage, she and Mr. Jensen farmed just north of Blair until 1939, when they returned to Millard.
another account, no newspaper source listed:
MRS. ALBERT A. JENSEN DIES OF INJURIES OF FALL
RUPTURED SPLEEN GIVEN AS CAUSE OF SUDDEN DEATH
Mrs. Albert A. Jensen, 58, of Papillion, Nebraska succumbed on the operating table Wednesday evening at St. Joseph's Hospital in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Jensen had just returned Monday from a month's vacation in California where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Chas. Dotson, and family of San Francisco and with other relatives on the west coast.
While making a stop near Kingsfish, Oklahoma on Sunday evening, Mrs. Jensen accidentally fell, but not thinking it to be serious, they drove on to Lincoln for a short visit with their son, Gerald and family. After consulting a doctor at that place, they continued on to Omaha where she entered the hospital and submitted to an operation.
Mrs. Jensen is survived by her husband and six children: (Helen) Mrs. Donald Ludwig of Ralston; (LaVerne) Mrs. Paul Hancock of Omaha; (Mariam) Mrs. Chas Dotson of San Francisco; Gerald of Lincoln; and Bobby of Papillion. Also twelve grandchildren and two brothers, Henry Voss of Blair and John of Millard.
Funeral services will be held at two o'clock Saturday at the First Lutheran Church in Blair.
A complete obituary will be given next week.
Printed in the Washington County Pilot-Tribune on 9/18/1947
* * * Obit provided by, and used with the permission of, the Wash. Co. Geo. Soc., Blair, NE ~ Thank you * * *
John Voss (1856 - 1931)
Amelia Brandt Voss (1865 - 1932)
Albert Alvin Jensen (1887 - 1967)*
Helen Amelia Anne Jensen Ludwig (1909 - 1970)*
Leslie Stewart Jensen (1910 - 1998)*
LaVerne Marie Jensen Hancock (1913 - 1982)*
Albert Gerald Jensen (1917 - 2005)*
Robert Wendell Jensen (1928 - 2011)*
William J. Voss (1884 - 1962)*
Henry Voss (1887 - 1956)*
Marie Voss Jensen (1889 - 1947)
Benjamin L. Voss (1890 - 1968)*
John Voss (1891 - 1976)*
Harry Voss (1893 - 1903)*
Plot: Block: 86 Lot: 1 Grave: 4
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Record added: Jul 01, 2013
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