Lincolnville, Marion County, Kansas
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|Name||Birth Date||Death Date||Other Information|
|Lewerenz, Vera Bertha Lina Fenske||7-10-1911||7-11-2005||b. Lincolnville ks Marion co, d Merriam Ks Johnson co, D/O Otto and Katharina Emilie Fenske. She taught for several years, was a homemaker, and worked as a postal clerk for 28 years, retiring in 1971. She belonged to St. John's Lutheran Church, Meals on Wheels, St. Luke Hospital Auxiliary and the local and county Senior Citizens Board. On Sept. 4, 1932, she married Erwin Mike Lewerenz. He preceded her in death. She was preceded in death by a son, Warren Keith; three brothers, Roland, Leo and Lloyd; and a sister, Mildred.|
Shields, James A.
|5-9-1922||1-11-2005||b. Antelope KS marion co, d. Wichita, Died at St. Francis Hospital. He was 82. S/O Eleanor and Albert Shields. As a child he was fascinated with big trucks. There was a small truck line next door and the owner let him watch and learn. He learned fast and after the war he started selling them and was the Heavy Duty Truck Sales Manager for Price Auto Service for 22 years. He was united in marriage to Aileen Fenske on Nov. 27, 1941, in Lincolnville, KS. Mr. Shields served his country during WWII in the ETO. He was a Staff Sergeant in the field artillery in charge of supplies. He was one of the chosen soldiers to march on VE day through the ARCH 'de 'Triumphe. He was preceded in death by four brothers; two sisters and one son-in-law, Arthur Wayne Tucker.|
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