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Mina Bell Gutzman Obituary

Location:
Cambridge, Nebraska
When:
February 27, 1947

Description:

The Cambridge Clarion, newspaper, Cambridge, NE, Feb. 27, 1947
     Microfilm Roll No. 9648, copied by Audra McGee
     at the Butler Memorial Library

SERVICES HELD FOR MRS. HERMAN GUTZMAN FRIDAY AFTERNOON
     Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon for Mrs.
Herman Gutzman at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Fattig in Cambridge by John Doak and James Greenfield,
ministers of the Gospel.  A large number of relatives and friends
were there to pay their last respects to one they loved.  Remains
were laid to rest in the Fairview Cemetery in Cambridge.
     Pallbearers were Barney Culver, Ernest Moore, Rollie
Breaker, Frank Campbell, Orva Trosper and Francis Brown.
     The obituary follows:

                        Mina Bell Gutzman
     Mina bell Gutzman, daughter of Charles Henry Fattig and Mary
Jane Fattig was born at Redding, Ringgold County, Iowa, Feb. 6,
1889 and passed away at Coolidge, Arizona at the age of 58 years
and eleven days.
     In 1906 she with her parents moved from near Holdrege, Nebr.
to the farm southeast of Cambridge where her mother now resides.
     On Sept. 4, 1907 she was united in marriage to Herman
Gutzman at McCook, Nebr.  To this union two sons and two daugh-
ters was born.  She lived near and in Cambridge until 1939 at
which time due to ill health she and her husband left Cambridge
going to Idaho for a short while.  In 1941 they moved to Arizona
where they have made their home.
     She is survived by her husband and daughters, Bertha Mae
Harsch, Bartley, Nebr., Lyllis Marie Norris of Twin Falls, Idaho;
her mother, Mary Jane Fattig, Cambridge, Nebr.; five brothers,
Grover, Alfred and Leslie of Cambridge, Nebr., Jess of Pendleton,
Oregon and Floyd of Richfield, Utah; five grand children; many
other relatives and a host of friends.
     Her two sons and father preceeded her in death.
     She was a kind and living wife and mother, a good neighbor
and friend, and will be greatly missed by all who have had the
privilege of knowing her.
     She bore her afflictions so gently and courageous never
complaining.
     Several years ago she gave her life to the Lord and sought
to faithfully serve Him to the end.

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