Harmon George Sacia

Harmon George Sacia

Birth
Death 29 Aug 1929 (aged 75)
Burial Holmen, La Crosse County, Wisconsin, USA
Memorial ID 35535710 · View Source
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H. G. Sacia Passes

Funeral services for the late H. G. Sacia were held Sunday from the home in Holmen Sunday afternoon when a multitude of relatives and friends gathered to pay their last respects to the departed and to extend their sympathy to the bereaved family.
The Rev. J. Kroonemeyer of West Salem, a close frend of Mr. Sacia, delivered the funeral sermon. Miss Carrol Halderson of Galesville sang two appropriate hymns, "One Sweetly Solumn Thought" and "Calvary" with Mrs. Cleve Sacia at the organ.
The pallbearers were friends and neighbors. Cornelius Johnson, H. Weingarten, Peter Gullickson, Andrew Berg, V. S. Keppel, and Morris Mahlum. The floral offerings which were numerous and very beautiful were carried by John Casberg, J. O. Berg, Even Solberg, Harold Johnson, and Hilmer Snuggerud.
Interment was in the Green Mound Cemetery.
Harmon George, son of the late Harmon and Cordelia Sacia, was born on a farm near Stevenstown, Feb. 13, 1854, and passed away at a La Crosse hospital, Aug. 29, 1929.
Mr. Sacia grew to manhood on the farm where he was born, and when his parents moved to the farm now owned by Fred Sacia, near Galesville, he became owner of the old homestead, where he lived until ten years ago, when he purchased property in Holmen and his son Vern continued on the farm.
Mr. Sacia was married April 6, 1881, to Lena Holter, who survives as do eight children: Howard and Vern, Holmen; Harry, Mindoro; Mrs. B. O. Wall, Mrs. A. B. Thoreson, Mrs. Segur Johnson and Mrs. Orton Nelson, Holmen; and Mrs. Chas. Hall, International Falls, Minn. He is also survived by twenty-eight grand children; two brothers, Lincoln, of Holmen; Clarence, of Galesville. Three brothers, Charles, Frank, and Marion, and four sisters, Sarah, Minnie, Sylvia and Lily preceded Mr. Sacia in death.
Mr. Sacia was apparently well and was active up to the day he was taken to the hospital, Aug. 11, when an operation was found necessary. From the first little hope was held for his recovery. Mrs. Hall, the only member of the family at a distance, was advised of her father's condition and arrived home two weeks before her aged parent passed away.
Having lived in La Crosse county for 75 years, he was well known and had hosts of friends, both young and old, by whom he will be greatly missed.

(Source: Holmen Record, Thursday, September 5, 1929, p. 1)



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  • Created by: jessicado
  • Added: 4 Apr 2009
  • Find A Grave Memorial 35535710
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Harmon George Sacia (13 Feb 1854–29 Aug 1929), Find A Grave Memorial no. 35535710, citing Green Mound Cemetery, Holmen, La Crosse County, Wisconsin, USA ; Maintained by jessicado (contributor 47066171) .