|Birth: ||Oct. 1, 1889|
|Death: ||Mar. 12, 1948|
The Hooper Sentinel
March 18, 1948
Rites Held for Mrs. C. Callaway
Death came Friday morning to claim Mrs. Clarence Callaway, 58, at the Dodge County Community Hospital in Fremont. Mrs. Callaway suffered a stroke last Monday, and was taken to the hospital Tuesday. Although she seemed to be resting comfortably, she suffered a second stroke Friday morning, which proved fatal. The funeral service was held Monday afternoon at Grace Lutheran church, conducted by Rev. Paul deFreese. Donald Shaffer was soloist, accompanied by Marlene Rodgers, and the pallbearers were Frank Brandt, Herman Janssen, Herman Meier, Alfred Stroh, Carrol Brandt and Alfred Sick. Interment was in the Hooper cemetery. It was a Wollmer & Warne service. Hattie Callaway was beloved by a wide circle of friends. She was interested in the church and civic affairs of Hooper, and was one of the loyal dependable workers in the Grace Lutheran church and Ladies Aid and the Legion Auxiliary and Kensington. She was devoted to her home and family, and was famed for her excellent cooking. Mrs. Callaway never refused to accept any responsibility or task assigned her, and she took her part dependably and thoroughly. She will be sadly missed by those who have recognized her worth and fine Christian character.
Mrs. Callaway is survived by her husband, son Gerald at home, and daughter, Inez of San Francisco, Calif.; her mother, Mrs. John Kallenbach of Hooper; two sisters, Mrs. Frank Basler of Hooper and Mrs. B. H. Monnich, Scribner; two brothers, Harold, Hooper; and Walter of Fremont. She was preceded in death by a brother, Wm. J.
John William Kallenbach (1861 - 1914)
Helena G Brandt Kallenbach (1863 - 1950)
Clarence Callaway (1885 - 1967)
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Record added: Feb 27, 2009
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