HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                                   May 22, 1987

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DELOKIS ILENE BRANDT

  MONROE, Wisc. - Deloris Ilene Brandt, 64, died in St. Clair Hospital May 14.

  Services were held in the Steinke Funeral }iome in Galena, Ill., the morning of May 16. Rev. Lonna Wrzeszcz was officiant.

  Graveside services were held Tuesday afternoon in Rudyard Cemetery in Rudyard, Mont. Pastor

Rand Droilman was officiant.

  She was born in Schapville, Ill., on Feb. 20, 1923, the daughter of Ben­jarnin and Carrie Menzemer.

  She married Wilinar Brandt in Schapville on Feb. 22, 1949. Tbey farmed at Elizabeth, Ill., for 27 years.

  Survivors include her husband of Elizabeth; a son, Terry Brandt of Lincoln, Neb; a daughter, Sherry

(Mrs. Joe) Phillips of Blandinsville, Ill.; two brothers-in-law, Irvin Brandt and Robert Brandt of

Rudyard; and two grandchildren.

  Memorials may be sent to the Cancer Fund.

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DELORIS ILENE BRANDT

 

from the LCT, Wed., May 27, 1987

 

   Deloris llene Brandt, 64, passed away in St. Clair Hospital in Monroe, WS on May 14, 1987.

   Services were held in the Steinke Funeral Home in Galena, IL on Sat. May 16, 1987 at 10 a.m. with

Rev. Donna Wrzeszcz officiating. Graveside services were held Tuesday, May 19 at 2 p.m. at the

Rudyard Cemetery, Rudyard, MT with Pastor Rand Droilman officiating.

   She was born in Schapville, IL on Feb. 20, 1923, the daughter of Benjamin and Carrie Menzemer. She married Wilmar Brandt in

Schapville, Illinois on February 22, 1949 and they farmed at Elizabeth, Illinois for 27 years. Survivors beside her husband, Wilmar, of

Elizabeth, IL, are her son Terry Brandt of Lincoln, NE, and daughter, Mrs. Joe (Sherry) Phillips of Blandinsville, IL, two grandchildren, and two

brothers-in-law, Irvin and Robert Brandt of Rudyard.

   Local funeral arrangements were handled by Holland and Bonine.

   Memorials to the Cancer Fund

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