Walter P. Mollers, Rapid City, South Dakota, 1967
Requiem mass for Walter P. Mollers, 70, chairman of the board of
Black Hills Packing Co. who died Friday after a short illness,
will be said Monday at 10 a.m. at Blessed Sacrament Church.
Interment will be in Black Hills National Cemetery under direction
of Campbell Funeral Home. Recitation of the rosary will be held
at Campbells at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Mollers was born Nov. 21, 1897 in St. Paul, Minn., and married
Margret M. McNulty in Fargo, N.D., on June 11, 1927. They came
to Rapid City from Sioux Falls in 1928 where he had been engaged
in public accounting with the firm of Mollers, Scholten and Morgans,
certified public accountants. He had been associated with Black Hills
Packing Co. since 1934. He served as president and general manager until
Nov. 1, 1965 at which time he was named chairman of the board.
Mollers took his schooling at St. Johnís at Collegeville, Minn., and
graduated from the University of Minnesota. He served in the Navy in
World War I as a pharmacist mate first class. He was a member of
Elks Lodge 1187, the American Legion, and the American Association
of Certified Public Accountants.
Surviving him are two daughters, Mrs. A. P. (Janece) Rieman and
Mrs. Bruce (Margret Mary) Voldness, both of Rapid City; two sisters,
Mrs. A. C. Nesbitt of Ojai, Calif., and Mrs. S. E. Bugbee, Hollister, Calif.
Two brothers preceded him in death, Mark Mollers of Rapid City, and
Joe Mollers of Sedan, Minn. Mrs. Mollers died Feb. 28, 1966.
A memorial has been established to the Rapid City unit of the American Cancer Society.
Rapid City Journal Sunday, December 10, 1967
Leslie B. Adams
Leslie B. Adams, age 73 of 6490 Cherrywood, Jenison, Michigan died in El Paso, Texas on June 25, 1983 after a lengthy illness. He was born in Porter Township, Van Buren County on December 17, 1909 and graduated from Marcellus High School in 1930. He farmed the family farm until 1955 when they moved to Jenison. In 1940 he married Mildred Snow who survives. He was employed by the Michigan Tractor Co. until his retirement. Surviving besides his wife are Dan and Pam Adams of Hudsonville, Marilyn and Randy Little of Allendale and grandchildren, Kerry, Tim, Tony and Todd, a brother Dr. U.M. Adams of Marcellus and sister Dorothy Morse of Kalamazoo. Funeral services were held from the Posthumus, Matthysse Funeral Home in Grandville with Pastor R. Lee Buer officiating. Interment was in Georgetown Cemetery. Memorial contributions were made to the Emphysema Society.
Pearl E. Mollers, 90
Died Jan. 31, 2002
Pearl E. Mollers, 90, of Roberts died Thursday,
Jan. 31, at the Hudson Hospital.
She was born Aug. 17, 1911, in Monticello, Minn.,
the daughter of Perry and Regina (Lindenfelser) Feller.
On June 4, 1941, in Stillwater, she was married to Harvey R. Mollers.
Preceding her in death, besides her parents, were her husband,
Harvey, in 1993; a sister, Ruth Hurley; and four brothers,
Frank, Peter, John and James.
Survivors are two nieces, Rita Fern and Nancy Kirouac;
and two nephews, Raymond and Peter Mollers.
A memorial service was Sunday, Feb. 3, at the
Roberts Congregational Church of Christ, with the
Rev. David Watson officiating. Music for the service
was provided by Dennis and Mary Thorsen and the
Happy Wanderers with Audrey Ackley as pianist.
Private burial will be in Warren Cemetery in Roberts.
Arrangements were by the Beebe Mortuary of New Richmond.
Sallie Inez Adams
From: The Selma Times Journal, Monday, August 9, 1926
Death claimed Mrs. Sallie Inez Adams, 25, at midnight Sunday night in a Selma hospital where for two weeks past she had been under treatment. Mrs. Adams was the daughter of W. E. Friday now of Quincy, Florida and formerly of Plantersville. She was reared in Plantersville and was a member of Old Fellowship Baptist Church. Funeral arrangements have not been completed pending the arrival of absent relatives. The immediate family consists of the father, W. E. Friday, a brother, Leonard Friday, also of Quincy, Florida, and three sisters, Miss Annie Mae Friday, Mrs. Ada Benson, and Mrs. C. C. Abrams, all of Plantersville.
Oscar D. Adams
From a local Chilton County Newspaper, Dated October 6, 1938:
Oscar D. Adams, age 49, Maplesville, died Saturday at the Veteran's Hospital in Tuscaloosa. Burial was at Maplesville Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Velma Headley Adams, 2 sons, his Mother, Mrs. William Adams, 5 sisters, and 3 brothers. His Mother, Mrs. Mary Harrison Adams was born in England.
Florence S. Estes
From: The Birmingham News, Sunday, April 29, 1956:
Florence S. Estes, 69, of 4732 Seventh Av S, died at her home Saturday afternoon. Surviving are her husband, John Estes; three sisters, Mrs. Mamie E. Wesson and Mrs. W. J. Tucker, both of Birmingham, and Mrs Ida Wiley of Alexandria, La; a brother, R. T. Estes of Laurel, Miss, and several nieces and nephews. Johns Ridout's has charge of funeral arrangements, which will be held in York, Ala, Monday.
John Robert Estes
From: The Birmingham News, Sunday, April 5, 1959:
Graveside services for John Robert Estes, 89 year old retired farmer will be held at 12:30 p.m. Monday at York, Alabama. Mr. Estes died Saturday at a local hospital after a long illness. He lived at 4732 7th Ave S. He is survived by cousins.
Andrew Collins Turner
From The Birmingham Post Herald, Thursday, September 28, 1967:
Andrew Collins Turner, age 83, of Star Route, Mulga, passed away Wednesday a.m. at a local hospital. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Della Turner; 4 sons, Thomas Turner of Gary, Ind, Charlie Turner of Valpraiso, Ind, Ray Turner of Calumet City, Ill, and Oscar Turner of Quinton; 4 daughters, Mrs. Woodrow Salter of Mulga, Mrs. J. P. Pridmore of Graysville, Mrs. Montez Edward of Wichita, Kansas, and Mrs. A. B. Hagard of Sylacauga; 15 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Frances Cash of Garden City. Funeral services Friday 2 p.m. from Bells Funeral Chapel, the Rev. A. J. Dollar officiating; interment Linns Crossing Cemetery, Bell Crumly Chapel directing.
Bess Reeves Turner
From The Birmingham News, Friday, September 25, 1964:
Funeral services for Mr. Bess Reeves Turner, 61, of Dora Rt. 2 will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Sayre Church of Christ with burial in Good Hope Cemetery. Bell Funeral Home directing. Mr. Turner died Thursday at his home. He was a retired coal miner. Surviving are his wife, three sons, William E. Turner, Birmingham, Ralph P. Turner and Lloyd Turner, both of Dora; two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Lauderdale and Miss Myra Turner, both of Dora; two brothers, Leroy Turner, Graysville, and Clelley Turner, Dora; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Musgrove, Warrior, Mrs. Pearl Youngblood, Graysville, and Mrs. Lillie Arbuckle, Birmingham.
WADE M. ZIRKLE
June 17, 1938 - March 25, 2009
Mr. Wade M. Zirkle, 70 of Jeffrson died at Citizens Care and Rehab Center in Frederick on Wednesday, March 25, 2009.
Born June 17, 1938 in Gettsyburg, PA, he was the son of the late Rev. Martin Luther Zirkle and Grace Lockwood Weaver Zirkle.
He grew up in St. Paul's Lutheran Church where his father was pastor from December 1948 to July 1960.
He is survived by his loving wife Georgia Ann Eagle Zirkle.
Mr. Zirkle was a graduate of Middletown High School, class of 1957, Frederick Community college, Columbia Technical Institute D.C., Towson University and University of Maryland. He was retired from Universal Computers of Houston, TX, and also taught in Frederick Co. Public Schools.
Mr. Zirkle was a member of the Frederick Elks Lodge #684. He was interested in keeping family connections and serving the community. He was a former Boy Scout member having made the trip to Philmont, New Mexico in 1956. He was also a member of the Brunswick Eagles and Moose Lodge, the Petersville Ruritan Club, Petersville Farmers Club, Jefferson Volunteer Fire Co., League of Women Voters and the South Mountain Heritage Society, and many other various organizations.
He attended Petersville Luther Chapel where he was the president of the council. He helped design the chapel at Mar-Lu-Ridge along with Phil Brohawn, the camps orginial director.
Friends will be received at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 5 East Main Street in Burkittsville from, 6pm to 9pm Friday. For the convenience of friends the church will be open from 11 am to 9 pm Friday. Beginning at 8 pm the Elks will have a memorial service. The funeral service will be held on Saturday March 28, 2009 at 11 am in Burkittsville. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick.
Pall bears will be Denny Shafer, Kenny Bowers, Richard Grimes, Noel Werking, Pete Riley, John Shafer Jr. and John Wenner. Honorary pall bears will be David Pry, Donald Guyton , Albert Zirkle, Manuel Baker and Richard Zecker.
In Lieu of flowers contribution may be made to Mar-Lu-Ridge Camp, 3200 Mar-Lu-Ridge Road, Jefferson Md 21755, attn. Director.
Donald B. Thompson Funeral Home, 31 East Main Street, Middletown is in charge of arrrangementsMr. Wade M. Zirkle, 70 of Jeffrson died at Citizens Care and Rehab Center in Frederick on Wednesday, March 25, 2009.