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Ginnitti Kay Rinehart Aistrope
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Birth: Nov. 27, 1885
Carson
Pottawattamie County
Iowa, USA
Death: Nov. 27, 1951
Malvern
Mills County
Iowa, USA

OBITUARY: Malvern Leader MALVERN. MILLS COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1951
Funeral Services for Mrs. Ginnitti K Aistrope
were held this Thursday at 2:30 p. in. at the
Mansfield Funeral home. She
died at her home here Tuesday after a lingering illness of several months.

The Rev. Gordon C. McMillan
officiated at the service with music
by Mrs. Gordon McMillan, accompanied
by Mrs. John Kline.
Mrs. McMillan sang "End of a
Perfect Day" and "In Aty Father's
House are Many Mansions."
Floral committee wero Mrs.
Leonard Parker, Mrs. Louis Bass
and Mrs. Frances Kline. Mrs.
Paul Seeger served as registrar.
Casket bearers were J. R. Hall,
W. W. Alstrope, Fred Buttmann.
C. M. Wilson, Hen Breeding and
Paul Seeger. Interment"*was In
the Malvern cemetery with the
Silver Urn Chapter of the O. E. S.
in charge of the graveside services.
GInnitti Kyle Rinehart was
born Feb. 17, 1885 in Carson,
daughter of George and Altha
Rinehart. She was educated In
the Carson schools.
She was united in marriage to
Walter G. Aistrope Jan. 7, 190S
in Red Oak and lived on a farm
near Malvern until 1917 when
they moved to town.
To this union was born one
daughter, Doris W:
Mrs. Alstrope Joined
tian church when a young
She had been a member of the
Order of Eastern Star for 48 years
and was a member of the Baptist
Kennington and the HSC Club.

Her husband two brothers and two sisters preceded., her in
death.
She leaves to mourn her death
her daughter, Wahneeta Anderson,
and four grandchildren, Jacqueline,
Gerald, Janet and GInnitti
Kay Anderson of Malvern
and a niece, Roberta Lacher, of
Oregon, 111,
The two characteristics that
stand out in Mrs. Aistrope's life
were her undying love for the
children that were about her and
her sincere frankness. As long as
a person can have these two
traits within their personality
they cannot help but be respected
in any group of people. 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Walter George Aistrope (1858 - 1940)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Malvern Cemetery
Malvern
Mills County
Iowa, USA
 
Created by: Fred Hoefer
Record added: May 30, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91007446
Ginnitti Kay <i>Rinehart</i> Aistrope
Added by: Fred Hoefer
 
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