Havre Daily News                                                                   Wednesday, October 15, 1986

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FRANK J. SOHM

  Funeral Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Jude's Catholic Church for

Frank J. Sohm, 92, of Havre. Rosary will be recited Thursday at 7 p.m. at

Holland & Bonine Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in the Havre Cemetery. Mr. Sohm

died Tuesday in Havre. He was born June 5, 1894 in Danbury, Iowa. He was raised

in Danbury and came to the Fresno area west of Havre to homestead in 1914. He

returned to Danbury in 1921, where he married Leonella Dirkx in 1922. She

preceded him in death in 1931. He farmed near Danbury, then returned to his

Fresno land in 1933. He farmed there until his retirement in 1974. He married

Clara Berg in Hingham in 1951. Survivors include his wife, Clara of Havre; five

sons, Vernon of Kremlin, Claire of Big Sandy, Eugene of Havre, Duane of Havre,

and Leon of Danbury, Iowa; a daughter, Evonne Barkmeier of Lake City, Iowa; a

stepdaughter, Anna Mae Hunsaid of Minot, N.D.; a stepson, Jay Berg of Lakewood,

Calif.; four sisters, Mary Bailey of Livingston, Theresa Plenger of Helena, Ida

Trulson of Havre, and Ann Domire of Rudyard; as well as several grandchildren

and great-grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the Lutheran Home of

the Good Sheppard.

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Havre Daily News                                                                          Monday, October 20, 1986

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FRANK J. SOHM

  Rosary was held Thursday evening at Holland & Bonine Chapel for Frank J.

Sohm, 92, Havre.

  Mr. Sohm died Oct. 14 in Havre.

  Funeral Mass was held Friday morning at St. Jude's Catholic Church. Rev. John

Harrington, S.J. officiated.

  Organist was William Lisenby. David Rice sang "Amazing Grace" and "How Great

Thou Art."

  Sister Kathleen Hanley was a cantor.

  Pallbearers were Tom Dahl, Wayne Brown, Clarence Pursley, Edward Cook, Merle

Peterson and Ray Tweeten.

  Ushers were Russell Blom and Uriel May.

  Burial was in Highland Cemetery in Havre.

  Memorials may be sent to the Lutheran Home of the Good Sheppard.

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Card of Thanks:

Havre Daily News

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A Heartfelt Thanks

To our families, all of our friends and neighbors and the many, many others who

supported and comforted us during the loss of ous husband, father and

grandfather Frank.

  Our sincere appreciation goes out to all that send cards, mass cards, food,

flowers and other contributions toeards Frank's memorial.

  Also a special thank you to Dr. Richardson and especially the Lutheran Home

of the Good Shepherd for their wonderful care.

FRANK SOHM FAMILY

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Also have copy of Probate No DP-86-081 Notice to Creditors.

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