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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 9 May 1971
Obituary of LUDOLPH LOHMAN
Ludolph Lohmann was the son of John and Eva E. (Bender) Lohmann. He was born Sept. 29, 1894 at the family farm home near Milberger. He died at the Russell City Hospital on May 9, 1971. His age was 76 years, 7 months and 10 days.

A lifelong resident of Russell County, he was baptized in early infancy and later confirmed in the Lutheran Church at Milberger. He also attended rural school there, and attended Seminary College at Winfield about two years.

During World War I, he entered the service in July, 1918, for the duration. He engaged in farming most of his adult lifetime, but retired from active production of crops and stock raising about 10 years ago. However, he resided at the farm home until he entered the Russell Nursing Home in September.

He never married. Surviving family members are two brothers, Ludwig of Garden City and Emanuel of Salina, and two sisters, Mrs. John (Lydia) Maier, Russell, and Mrs. Leah Morgenstern, Salem, Ore.
Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 11, from the Deines Funeral Home in Russell, Pastor Gilbert Kisling of the United Emanuel Lutheran Church at Milberger officiating. Mrs. Rudolph Funk was organist.

Pallbearers were Milton, Arthur and Raymond Lohmann, Wilbert Steinert, Elmer Maier and LaVern Becker. Burial was in the church cemetery at Milberger. William Roe Post, American Legion, conferred military honors. Deines Brothers Funeral Home was in charge.
(Notice of Funeral)
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack


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