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Albany United Methodist Church and Clinton Victory Center, Clinton Iowa. He was currently employed as a truck driver for Roadway Express, Inc., Rock Island. Naftzger, both of Prophetstown; two grandchildren; and his mother of Prophetstown. He was employed by Northwestern Steel and Wire Co., Sterling, for 30 years, retiring on March 1, 2000, from the electric furnace department. He enjoyed watching NASCAR racing and spending time with friends and family. 19, 2004, at Mercy Medical Center North, Clinton, Iowa. Memorials have been established to Albany Fire Department and Ambulance. NAFTZGER, 50, of 0559 Lyndon Road, Prophetstown, died April 24, 1994, as a result in injuries received in a single vehicle accident. Thursday at First Lutheran Church, Prophetstown, with the Rev. Burial will be at Leon Cemetery, rural Prophetstown. He had been employed for many years as an over-the-road truck driver for Northwestern Steel and Wire Co., Sterling. 23, 1948, in Sterling, the son of Merlin Joseph and Genevieve (Aggen) Naftzger. He was a life member of Jerry Celletti VFW Post 5418, Rock Falls, and a past member of American Legion and the 40-8. Burial with military honors is at Calvary Cemetery. For the last week he was in a semi-conscious condition and during intervals he was able to recognize his friends almost to the last moment. Nance was born in Genesee Township, Whiteside County, Jan. He lived on a farm three miles south of Coleta known as the old Nance homestead. Now the battle is over and the faces of all who knew him looked sad when they said, "Geert Nannenga is dead." The world is poorer for it. Some people are calm about death and no tears will be shed, but how this reaches people's hearts and especially the God-loving, so they cry, "How great it is in the eyes of the Lord the death of his brother." [Contributed by Nancy Kolk; Glimpses of Fulton] ELLA (VAN ZUIDEN) NANIGA, 92, of 605 9th Ave., Fulton, died Dec 5, 1991, at her residence. Saturday, at the Fulton Chapel of the Bosma-Renkes Funeral Home with the Rev. She was preceded in death by one son and four brothers. Donald (Delores) Schmidt, Sterling; one son, Raymond, Mt. Deceased was in failing health for about six weeks prior to his death. Now he drinks forever from the river of life out of the throne of God in the new Jerusalem. She married Roy Naniga Dec 27, 1918, in Garden Plain. She was a member of the Second Reformed Church, Fulton. Lester (Jean) Baptist, Fulton; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Alder (Jennie) Decker, both of Morrison, and Kate Van Zuiden, Fulton; two brothers, Fred Van Zuiden, Morrison, and Henry Van Zuiden, Fulton. on Wednesday in the Brookville Grace United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Having no children of their own, they gave a home to two little girls, both of whom grew to womanhood in the new family circle. Church St., Albany, died Friday, March 6, 1998, at Alverno Heath Care Facility, Clinton, Iowa. Wednesday at the Albany United Methodist Church, with a.m. Tuesday at the Fulton Chapel of Bosma-Renkes Funeral Home. Survivors include two daughters, Pauline Feaster of Albany, and Amelia (William ) Huggins of Mt. (Margery) Naftzger of Albany; five grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; three sisters, Dorothy Holling of Savanna, Loretta Lease of Rock Island, and Catherine Bouseman of Chicago. funeral service Wednesday at the church, with Pastor Brett Todd, Pastor of Albany United Methodist Church officiating. A memorial has been established for the Albany United Methodist Church. Naftzger was born April 17, 1894, in Milan, the daughter of Anton and Ellen (Brasher) Van Boer. She was preceded in death by one grandson, David Naftzger, one great-grandson, Kevin Cord; three sisters; and six brothers. Naftzger was born in Newton Township, the son of Noah and Doris Smack Naftzger. He was married to Ellen Mather Heller in Erie on Aug. They lived in the Albany area until six years ago when they moved to Erie. 1906) [Source: The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois, Thursday, March 30, 1961, pg 2; contributed by Melva L. NAFTZGER, 78, Albany, died Saturday, May 1, 2004, at Yuma Regional Medical Center, Yuma, Ariz. Construction, Davenport, Iowa, and Valley Construction, Rock Island, as a union carpenter for more than 30 years, retiring in 1987.

14, 1943 in Morrison, the son of Ralph and Joyce (Plumley) Naftzger. He served as a sergeant and paratrooper in the Army's 11th Airborne during World War II in the Philippines and Japan. Survivors include two daughters, Gail (Roger) Drolema of Albany and Jill (Thomas) Doherty of De Kalb; a son, Greg Naftzger of Fulton; two sisters Beulah Milnes of Morrison, Leola Naftzger of Albany; two brothers, Lyle (Liz) Naftzger and Wesley (Judy) Naftzger, both of Albany; six grandchildren; and three great-grand-children. Memorials have been established to Fulton Heritage Canyon Foundation.

at the home of her daughter, and in the afternoon the regular funeral service and interment, will take place at Coleta.

Of the first marriage, two sons, Frank and Freeman Patch, bankers of Hartley, Ia. Audeila Jones of Sterling, survives, at whose home she died. Someone remarked: "Another good mother has gone to rest. Stevens of the Christian church will hold a short funeral service at 11 a.m.

8, 1901 in Indian Creek Township, Story County, Iowa, the son of Frank and Minnie (Barber) Malley, he married Ina Cheeseman on Nov. Surviving are his wife, Ina, Brookville; one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Wilson, Delavan, Wis.; one brother, Lloyd, Rockford; two sisters, Mrs. Taylor] JAMES STANTON NANCE passed away at his home, 1004 Second avenue, Sterling, at midnight Saturday, July 21st (1917). Funeral services will be held at the family residence, 1004 Second Avenue, Tuesday [07/27/1915] afternoon at . Secondly, his death is so difficult because for all people on earth who must travel to eternity and have not prepared, Mr. He was ready for it just as corn in the field should no longer be in the field when the grain is ready to be harvested. At first his disease affected him seriously (bile fever and then liver disease). For him came a last temptation because he said, "I fear I have cheated death." After a few minutes they asked him if he was afraid to die and he said, "I desire it." With calmness, he drank from a bottle which he held himself. Naniga was born Jan 29, 1899, to John and Jennie (Smit) Van Zuiden. She was educated in rural Whiteside County schools.

Morris for 35 years and was active in the Rock Creek Grange. [Source: The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois, Monday, November 22, 1982, pg A4; contributed by Melva L. He was patient through all his sufferings and was appreciative of even the smallest services performed for his comfort. Fellowship Club was one of the things he spoke of with special feeling. Jesus has the fame, but in Brother Nannenga you could view his soul-saving and it was special. The last words he spoke to a friend were, "I battled the war of life." It took about 3 hours for his death. They thought the end had come and he must have thought it, too, because he said good-bye to the people around him, but he revived because his soul remained in his body. She married Joseph Rydberg on March 29, 1923 in Galva.

14, 1943 in Morrison, the son of Ralph and Joyce (Plumley) Naftzger. He served as a sergeant and paratrooper in the Army's 11th Airborne during World War II in the Philippines and Japan. Survivors include two daughters, Gail (Roger) Drolema of Albany and Jill (Thomas) Doherty of De Kalb; a son, Greg Naftzger of Fulton; two sisters Beulah Milnes of Morrison, Leola Naftzger of Albany; two brothers, Lyle (Liz) Naftzger and Wesley (Judy) Naftzger, both of Albany; six grandchildren; and three great-grand-children. Memorials have been established to Fulton Heritage Canyon Foundation.

at the home of her daughter, and in the afternoon the regular funeral service and interment, will take place at Coleta.

Of the first marriage, two sons, Frank and Freeman Patch, bankers of Hartley, Ia. Audeila Jones of Sterling, survives, at whose home she died. Someone remarked: "Another good mother has gone to rest. Stevens of the Christian church will hold a short funeral service at 11 a.m.

8, 1901 in Indian Creek Township, Story County, Iowa, the son of Frank and Minnie (Barber) Malley, he married Ina Cheeseman on Nov. Surviving are his wife, Ina, Brookville; one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Wilson, Delavan, Wis.; one brother, Lloyd, Rockford; two sisters, Mrs. Taylor] JAMES STANTON NANCE passed away at his home, 1004 Second avenue, Sterling, at midnight Saturday, July 21st (1917). Funeral services will be held at the family residence, 1004 Second Avenue, Tuesday [07/27/1915] afternoon at . Secondly, his death is so difficult because for all people on earth who must travel to eternity and have not prepared, Mr. He was ready for it just as corn in the field should no longer be in the field when the grain is ready to be harvested. At first his disease affected him seriously (bile fever and then liver disease). For him came a last temptation because he said, "I fear I have cheated death." After a few minutes they asked him if he was afraid to die and he said, "I desire it." With calmness, he drank from a bottle which he held himself. Naniga was born Jan 29, 1899, to John and Jennie (Smit) Van Zuiden. She was educated in rural Whiteside County schools.

Morris for 35 years and was active in the Rock Creek Grange. [Source: The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois, Monday, November 22, 1982, pg A4; contributed by Melva L. He was patient through all his sufferings and was appreciative of even the smallest services performed for his comfort. Fellowship Club was one of the things he spoke of with special feeling. Jesus has the fame, but in Brother Nannenga you could view his soul-saving and it was special. The last words he spoke to a friend were, "I battled the war of life." It took about 3 hours for his death. They thought the end had come and he must have thought it, too, because he said good-bye to the people around him, but he revived because his soul remained in his body. She married Joseph Rydberg on March 29, 1923 in Galva.

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