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 Gertrude “Dot” <I>Te Slaa</I> Kooiker

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Gertrude “Dot” Te Slaa Kooiker

Birth
Aalten, Aalten Municipality, Gelderland, Netherlands
Death
10 Jan 1966 (aged 77)
Hull, Sioux County, Iowa, USA
Burial
Hull, Sioux County, Iowa, USA
Memorial ID
10717241 View Source

Rites for Mrs. Kooiker
Will Be Held Today


Funeral services for Mrs. Lambert Kooiker will be held at the First Reformed Church of Hull today, Thursday, January 13, 1966 beginning at 1:30 o’clock. Prayer services for members of the family will be held in the church parlors at 1:00 o’clock. The Reverend Harold C. Ringenoldus will officiate.

Special music will be provided by Mrs. Harold Koele and Mrs. Willis Brouwer, who will sing “Love Lifted Me” and by Mrs. Kenneth De Groot who will sing “How Great Thou Art.”

Pallbearers will be grandsons of the deceased, Leroy Kooiker, Roger Kooiker, Dean Kooiker, Earl Kooiker, James Hauge and Bernard Jr. Wolfswinkel.

Interment will be made at Hope Cemetery, Hull, Iowa.

Gertrude (Dot) Te Slaa, born to Gerrit Jan Te Slaa and Gertrude Kruiselbrink on November 3, 1888, at Aalten, Gelderland, The Netherlands, came with her parents to the United States, at the age of four, and settled in Sioux County.

She made her public confession of faith at the age of 18 years at Hull, Iowa.

She married Lambert Kooiker on May 4, 1911, at Hull, Iowa. To this marriage were born four sons and one daughter: Ralph of Hull, Iowa; Gerrit of Rock Rapids; Albert of Madison, South Dakota; Donald of Rock Rapids; and Viola (Mrs. Peter J. Van Driel) of Rock Valley, Iowa.

Preceding her in death were her father and mother; four sisters, Drieka, Johanna, Cynthia and Drieka Cynthia in infancy; three brothers, Gerrit, John and Hendrik.

She leaves to mourn her passing her husband, Lambert; four sons, Ralph, Gerrit, Albert and Donald; and daughter, Viola: 14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; her twin sister, Dora Vander Schaaf; her sister, Dena Hospers, and brother, William Te Slaa, and a host of relatives and friends.

-Obituary from The Sioux County Index
(1/13/1966)

Arrived in New York on 9 Mar 1893 sailing from Rotterdam, Netherlands on ship Maasdam.

Rites for Mrs. Kooiker
Will Be Held Today


Funeral services for Mrs. Lambert Kooiker will be held at the First Reformed Church of Hull today, Thursday, January 13, 1966 beginning at 1:30 o’clock. Prayer services for members of the family will be held in the church parlors at 1:00 o’clock. The Reverend Harold C. Ringenoldus will officiate.

Special music will be provided by Mrs. Harold Koele and Mrs. Willis Brouwer, who will sing “Love Lifted Me” and by Mrs. Kenneth De Groot who will sing “How Great Thou Art.”

Pallbearers will be grandsons of the deceased, Leroy Kooiker, Roger Kooiker, Dean Kooiker, Earl Kooiker, James Hauge and Bernard Jr. Wolfswinkel.

Interment will be made at Hope Cemetery, Hull, Iowa.

Gertrude (Dot) Te Slaa, born to Gerrit Jan Te Slaa and Gertrude Kruiselbrink on November 3, 1888, at Aalten, Gelderland, The Netherlands, came with her parents to the United States, at the age of four, and settled in Sioux County.

She made her public confession of faith at the age of 18 years at Hull, Iowa.

She married Lambert Kooiker on May 4, 1911, at Hull, Iowa. To this marriage were born four sons and one daughter: Ralph of Hull, Iowa; Gerrit of Rock Rapids; Albert of Madison, South Dakota; Donald of Rock Rapids; and Viola (Mrs. Peter J. Van Driel) of Rock Valley, Iowa.

Preceding her in death were her father and mother; four sisters, Drieka, Johanna, Cynthia and Drieka Cynthia in infancy; three brothers, Gerrit, John and Hendrik.

She leaves to mourn her passing her husband, Lambert; four sons, Ralph, Gerrit, Albert and Donald; and daughter, Viola: 14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; her twin sister, Dora Vander Schaaf; her sister, Dena Hospers, and brother, William Te Slaa, and a host of relatives and friends.

-Obituary from The Sioux County Index
(1/13/1966)

Arrived in New York on 9 Mar 1893 sailing from Rotterdam, Netherlands on ship Maasdam.


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