MRS. LEONARD BOHMAN
Source: newsclipping with 1949 handwritten on top
Funeral Mass Said For Mrs. Leonard Bohman
Father Pitzenberger offered the funeral mass at St. Ann's church for Mrs. Leonard Bohman of Greenwood on Wednesday morning. Mrs. Bohman, 22, died april 10 at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn. She had been a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, for two and a half weeks before going to Rochester.
She was the former Marion Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson, Cadott, and was born at Cadott October 13, 1926. She attended schools there, graduating from the Cadott High School and married to Leonard Bohman on September 29, 1944.
They lived near Stanley until three years ago when they moved to their present farm two miles northwest of Greenwood.
She is survived by her husband and three sons, John 3, Leonard 2, and Danny, 1 year old, and her parents and 11 brothers and sisters.
Burial was in St. Mary's cemetery, Stanley.
Six cousins serving as pallbearers were Joseph and Clarence Micke, Donald Mousel, Ed Ryan, Donald Ketterhagen and Bernard Peterson.
Out of town people attending the funeral were Anton Bohman, Hortonville; Frank Bohman, Brillion, Mrs, Anna Galbraith, Manitowoc, Mrs. Caroline Delsman, Manitowoc, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parmentier, Green Bay; Mrs. John Bohman, Green Bay; Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. William Schm?? and Mr, and Mrs, Orville Bowen, Milwaukee.
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