LOREN EUGENE BRANDT

 

from the HDN, Apr. 8, 1948

 

L E. BRANDT PASSES AWAY THIS MORNING

   Loren Eugene Brandt, 33, lifelong resident of the Rudyard community passed away this morning at 9:00 o’clock after an illness of about six months. Death came at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brandt, three miles southeast of Rudyard.

   Mr. Brandt was born at Rudyard on April 19, 1914. He was married at Hingham on Jan. 7, 1939, to Miss florence Cross, and had engaged in

farming with his father.

   He is survived by his wife, his parents, and two children, Loren, Jr., aged 8, and Maureen, aged 3. Also surviving are three brothers, Irvin, Wilmar and Robert Brandt, all of Hingham.

   Funeral services will be held at the Rudyard Community hail at 2:00 o’clock Saturday afternoon, with the Rev. MiIo E. Lee of the Hi-Line Lutheran parish officiating. Family rites will be conducted at Our Saviour’s Lutheran church in Rudyard at 1:30.

   Interment will be in the Rudyard cemetery.

 

from the HDN, Apr. 12,1948

 

MANY PERSONS ATTEND FUNERAL SERVICES FOR RUDYARD MAN

 

   Funeral services were held in Rudyard Sat. afternoon for Loren Eugene Brandt, 33, highly respected young Rudyard man who passed away last Thursday morning after an illness of several months.

   Family services were held at 1:30 at Our Saviour’s Lutheran church, with Rev. Milo E. Lee officiating. Public services were held at the Rudyard Community ball at 2:00, with Rev. Lee again conducting the rites.

   The hall was filled to beyond capacity with life-long friends of the young man. Selections were sung by Joe Simon, accompanied by Mrs. Joe Ludwig, Jr., and by a duet composed of Mrs. Ed Stelter and Mrs. Syver Nordby, accompanied by Miss Constance Rice.

   Pallbearers were Lloyd Twedt, Robert Patnck, Gordon Twedt, Bernard Kenfield, Donald Twedt, and Ted Langel. Interment was in the Rudyard cemetery.