Their marriage ceremony took place in Omaha, Nebraska and to that union three boys and three girls were born.
After Henry's discharge from the Army, the couple moved to Chicago and each had a career with the Federal Government.
He is survived by his wife Zita Mae of Denison, one daughter and son-in-law, Vera Mae and Gale Crampton of Longmont, Co, one son and daughter-in-law, Gerald and Sandy Hass of Des Moines, and six grandchildren, Kevin and Kaye Crampton of Longmont, Co, and Shannon.
Also one sister, Bernice Clausen; sisters-in-law, Ruth Janssen, Mildred Clausen, and Anna Teut and her husband, Lenhardt, all of Schleswig; a sister-in-law, Freida Else of Denison.Funeral services were held March 17, at 1:00.m.She did all the normal things children do including skating, biking and dancing, which she totally enjoyed.They take to the road, barnstorming through small Midwestern towns, playing the local teams to make ends meet.Badham grew up in Birmingham, Alabama and was familiar with the Birmingham Black Barons, who shared Rickwood Field with the white Birmingham Barons.Raymond also did custom corn shelling for many years.He was preceded in death by his parents, and one grandson, Bill Hudgens in 1985.Music for the service included Karen Blunk singing "In Heaven Above" and the congregation singing "Amazing Grace" and "Beautiful Savior." Karen Kahl served as organist.
Dennis Schultz officiated the service.
To this union eight children were born.
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Huebner Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Donald) Mordhorst of Soldier; one son Dennis Weiss of Omaha; 11 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; two step children, Ronald Borgstahl and Janice Geist; and one sister, Janet Landgraf of Omaha.
Survivors include, his wife Lillian of Schleswig, other relatives and friends.Transcribed by: RoseMary Rene Sophie.Since 1975 he had resided at the Craft Care Center in Panora, Iowa.In 1956 they moved to Missouri, where they farmed for twenty-five years before retiring and returning to Iowa in 1981."Trevor Nelson and Sarah-Jane Crawford will host the 2013 mobo Awards!Herbert Edward Martin Wilhelm Meyer was born December 13, 1914, the son of Edward and Emma Maas Meyer.On October 28, 1935, she was united in marriage to Jerome.Survivors include her children: Ralph Marten of Denison, Marjorie and her husband, Robert Reed of Broken Arrow, Okla.

Honorary bearers included John Ang.
On December 24, 1940, Ray was united in marriage to Lillian Anna Retman in Denison.
Pallbearers included Richard Krueger, Ronald Kelm, William Beck, Mike Bonar, Bruce Lansink and Ronald Goetzinger.