EDWARD M. LUEHRS
The sad news reached here on Saturday that Edward Luehrs had died at one o'clock that day at the Veterans' Administration hospital, where he had been a patient for several weeks and had undergone an operation recently.
The deceased was born January 20, 1896 at Hayton, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Luehrs. He spent his boyhood on a farm at Hayton and when the World War broke out he enlisted in the army and spent fifteen months on duty; nine months of this time was spent in France with the 85th division in the Argonne sector.
After he was discharged from the army he came to this city, where he became an employee of the Lauson Company. On June 30, 1920 he was united in marriage to Miss Viola Guetzloe of Kiel. The young couple made their home in this city ever since. He is survived by his wife and one son, Richard; his step-mother, Mrs. O H. Luehrs of Green Bay; two sisters, Mrs. Carl Aggen and Mrs. Hugo Aggen of this city, one half-sister, Mrs. Emil Schmidt of Chilton, and a brother, George of here; three half brothers, Dr. H. E. Luehrs of Corpus Christi, Texas, William of Los Angeles, California, and Otto of Benton City, Washington.
Tri-County Record, February 25, 1937
Otto Luehrs (1851 - 1934)
Emma O Mortimer Luehrs (1856 - 1905)
Viola C Guetzlo Luehrs (1898 - 1996)*
Lulu Luehrs (1878 - 1886)**
Ellen Luehrs Aggen (1889 - 1961)*
George Walter Luehrs (1891 - 1978)*
Nina Luehrs Aggen (1893 - 1969)*
Edward M Luehrs (1896 - 1937)
Wisconsin/Corp 139 Inf
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New Holstein City Cemetery
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Record added: Aug 05, 2009
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