Sept. 10 funeral announcements

A Guttenberg man, 75 year old John "Jack" Thein, died September 5th. Friends may greet the family Sunday, 11am to 3pm at Tuecke Allyn funeral home in Guttenberg. Tuecke Allyn funeral home is in charge of arrangements.

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Sept. 9 funeral announcements

Services for a Calmar woman, 96 year old Laura Kuboushek, are Saturday at 10:30am at St. Wenceslaus Catholic church in Spillville. Burial in the church cemetery. Visitation is 4-7pm Friday at the church, and an hour before the service at the church. Schluter Balik funeral home is handling the arrangements.

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Sept. 8 funeral announcements

Services for a Manchester man, 93 year old John Tegeler, are Saturday at 12:30pm at St. Mary Catholic church in Manchester. Burial with military rites in the church cemetery. Visitation is 3-7pm Friday at Leonard Muller funeral home in Manchester.

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Services for a Garnavillo woman, 91 year old Shirley Wirkler, are Saturday at 10:30am at the Gospel Hall. Friends may call 4-8pm Friday at Tuecke Allyn funeral home in Garnavillo.

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Services for a Waterloo woman, 87 year old Nannette "Nan" Thies, are Friday at 10:30am at Good Shepherd Lutheran church in Waterloo. Burial in Mt. Vernon Township cemetery. Visitation is 4-7pm Thursday at Kaiser Corson funeral home in Denver and an hour before services at the church.

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Memorial services for a former Strawberry Point man, 86 year old Duane Schroeder of Dyersville, are Saturday at 2pm at Jamison Schmitz funeral home in Arlington, with military honors. Inurnment at a later date at Grandview cemetery in Fayette. Visitation is 4-7pm Friday at the funeral home, and an hour before services Saturday.

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Services for a Postville man, 90 year old Emmett Kruger, are Saturday at 11am at Salem United Church of Christ in rural Waukon. Burial in Salem cemetery. Friends may call 4-7pm Friday at the church. Martin Grau funeral home in Waukon is handling the arrangements.

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