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Obit Joseph Christian Dietrich

Obit Joseph Christian Dietrich

Laura (View posts)
Posted: 19 Aug 2001 8:28PM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Surnames: Oleson, Carpenter
Final Rites Held for J. Dietrich

Funeral services were held at the Popejoy Methodist Church at 1:30 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 18th in charge of the Rev. W. H. Parson for Joseph Dietrich, 32 who passed away on Wednesday morning. February 15, at his home 11/4 miles east of Popejoy.

Mrs. Wilmer Johnson accompanied by Mrs. Howard Abels sang, "Beyond The Sunset" and "Going Home". Pallbearers were Harold Mott, Burnell Ellingson, Merle Jacques, Gordon Ellingson, Lewis Harding and Raymond Haydock. Burial was at Fairview Cemetery at Dows.

Joseph Christian Dietrich

Joseph Christian Dietrich, son of Jacob and Minnie Dietrich was born in Franklin County, Iowa, May 30, 1917 and departed this life February 15, 1950 at his home east of Popejoy, which was the place of his birth.

He attended the rural grade school of Oakland Township. In 1934 he graduated from the Popejoy High School. Since that time has been engaged in farming. On Sept. 1st. 1938 he was united in marriage to Deloris Irene Olson. Two children were born to this union, Larry Joseph, age nine and Kathrine Irene age five.

He leaves to mourn his death besides his wife and children, his father and mother of Dows; a sister Arlene of Omaha, Nebraska; a brother Kenneth of Alcester, South Dakota; and a half-brother Guardy Ginder of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and many other relatives and friends.
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Source: original newspaper clipping from family files, newspaper unknown.

2nd Obit Joseph Christian Dietrich

Laura (View posts)
Posted: 1 Sep 2001 5:44PM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Surnames: Carpenter, Oleson and allied families
The Wright County Reporter / The Dows Advocate
February 27, 1950

JOE DIETRICH DIED SUDDENLY WED. MORNING

This Community was shocked to learn of the sudden death Wednesday morning of Joseph Dietrich, 32, farmer living a mile east and a quarter mile south of Popejoy. Mr. Dietrich is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dietrich, who live on a farm south of Dows.

Mr. Dietrich had been ill with virus pneumonia but seemed well along the road to recovery. Wednesday morning about six o’clock he rose and went to the kitchen for a drink of water and while there either became dizzy or slipped and fell, striking his head. He was unconscious when his wife came to his aid and only regained semi-consciousness before he passed away. According to coroners report, cause of death was given as accidental, caused by concussion and cerebral hemorrhage.

Mrs. Dietrich immediately summoned a doctor, but snow and drifted roads prevented him from reaching the farm until the help of the Franklin county snowplow was enlisted. Mr. Dietrich was still alive when the doctor arrived and an ambulance was called in an effort to rush him to a hospital for emergency treatment. He died shortly before the ambulance arrived, at approximately 7:30 am.

Funeral services for Mr. Dietrich will be held from the Methodist church at Popejoy, Saturday afternoon at 1:30. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery at Dows.
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