|Death: ||Jun. 3, 1949|
Mrs. Edward Dehler Buried At Buckman Friday
Funeral services were conducted at St. Michael's church, Buckman, Friday afternoon for Mrs. Ed Dehler, with interment in the Buckman cemetery. Fr. Wessendorf officiated.
Mrs. Dehler's body was found Thursday noon in the rear seat of a car parked on a wooded lot of the Leo osiak farm, Bellevue twp. She was  years of age and born in Buckman twp. Formerly she was Celia Maier.
Sheriff Plettl and Coroner Dr. E. C. Goblirsch were informed by her husband, Edward Dehler, that she had left the home in Buckman about 10 a.m. Friday on an intended visit to friends in Little Falls and Pierz.
A coroner's jury, meeting at Pierz day, ruled the death a self-inflicted e, as a borrowed 12-guage shotgun was found beside the body.
Serving on the six-man jury were  Stalpes, Fred Schmidtbauer, Mike Otremba, Ferdinand Schmidtz, Michael Meyer and Edmund Schmidt.
Mrs. Dehler's health was reported to be bad for quite some time.
Surviving beside her husband are a son Raymond and an adopted daughter, Mrs. Clarence Benson, Little Falls.
Wilhelm Maier (1850 - 1926)
Anna Otremba Maier (1854 - 1926)
Edward Dehler (1879 - 1958)*
Cecilia Dehler (1890 - 1949)
Martha Maier Grittner (1895 - 1961)*
Saint Michael Cemetery
Plot: Row 14
Created by: Gary Poser
Record added: Apr 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35419936
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