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Kruse, 77, of Petersburg died peacefully at home surrounded by his family on March 23rd 2018.Friends and relatives of Martin may call from to pm, Tuesday, March 27th as well as - am on Wednesday, March 28th at the Kramer Funeral Home, 750 12th Ave SW in Dyersville, IA. The son of Emil and Hyacinth (Bruggemann), Martin was born July 14, 1940, in Petersburg on the family farm.He was preceded in death by his parents, one great-grandchild, Nora Babcock, siblings, Urban Hageman, Delores Bierman, Joseph Hageman, John Hageman, Cindy Hageman, James Hageman, Joan Hesselman and a brother in infancy, Charles, and a brother -in-law, Leon Lechtenberg. He attended primary education at a one-room schoolhouse, and secondary education at Sacred Heart Academy, Rockwell, IA, graduating in the class of 1945. Through the support of the GI Bill, John was able to attend Loras College in Dubuque, IA, and graduated in the class of 1953 with a B. John loved Loras students and his fellow faculty members.He frequently enjoyed a round of golf at Lacoma, travels abroad, and most especially, visits to his ancestral home of Ireland with his wife and daughters.Martin will be remembered most for his passion for farming, wearing pin-striped bib overalls and having a red hankie in his pocket.Martin loved driving red tractors and looking at his black cows.He was a loyal fan of the Chicago Cubs, Green Bay Packers and Iowa State Cyclones.He tipped a cold beverage at the Du Hawk Den, and enjoyed a good Manhattan at the Moracco on Friday evenings.
He was born March 9, 1940 in Temple Hill, Iowa, son of Charles and Ruth (Ball) Pierce.For 60 years, the highlight of many weekends was playing poker with his forever Petersburg friends. Ed was born on March 10, 1926, to Otto and Theresa (Recker) Hageman in New Vienna. Francis De Sales in Ossian, IA on October 15, 1955. John married his true love, Eunice Ermer, on Dec 29th, 1956, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Rockwell, IA.Survivors include his wife of nearly 55 years, Joann; children: Mike (Lois) Kruse of Petersburg, Karen (John) Olson of West Des Moines, Steve (Dena) Kruse of Petersburg, Kathy (Tom) Neuberger of Davenport, Mark (Rachel) Kruse of Earlville, Sara (Randy) Sievert of De Pere, WI; grandchildren: Mitch, Logan and Kael Kruse of Petersburg, Ben, Sam, Jake and Ellie Olson of West Des Moines, Isabell, Maddy and Aden Kruse of Petersburg, David and Lucy Neuberger of Davenport, Mason Kruse of Earlville and Isaac and Ian Sievert of De Pere, WI; siblings: Sr Bertha Kruse, OSF of Dubuque, Gene (Betty) of Colesburg, Fr. Boniface Catholic Church, New Vienna, with burial in the church cemetery, military honors will be accorded by the VFW and American Legion. Ed fought in the Korean War and spent seven months on the front lines in a foxhole during the cold winter months with no change of clothes. John's career at Loras College (his 2nd true love) began in 1956, when he joined the Faculty in the Biology Department.He enjoyed going to tractor pulls and visiting with family and friends.He truly enjoyed his time spent with the grandchildren and the traditional family get togethers, he took extra efforts to make sure everyone was at the Christmas eve get together. Matthias Parish in Cascade and the Cascade Knights of Columbus-Council #930.Online condolences may be sent to the family at E."Wally" Soenksen, 85, of Maquoketa, Iowa, passed away on Thursday, March 22, 2018, at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, Iowa.He received his education in the Temple Hill area schools.On June 20, 1970 he was united in marriage to Geraldine Lewis in Cascade, Iowa. Chuck farmed his entire life in the Temple Hill area.The family would like to thank all the special care givers of Helping Hands, Hospice staff of Regional Medical Center and Dr Nicole Salow for the compassionate care he received. Hageman, 92 of New Vienna, passed away on Saturday, March 24, 2018, at home. to p.m., Monday, March 26, 2018, at Kramer Funeral Home, 750 12th Ave SW in Dyersville. Ed was a member of the VFW, DAV (Disabled American Veterans), and the American Legion. John was born in Dougherty, IA on December 15, 1926, to Martin ("Jimmy") and Bridget (Gallagher) Bamrick. While working at Loras, he served on a committee to support a coeducational campus, which became a reality in the Fall of 1971.Memorials are preferred to SS Peter and Paul Catholic Church's restoration fund. The VFW Post 7736 and American Legion Post #137 will have a military service at p.m. Ed is survived by his wife of 62 years, Inez, children: Michael Hageman of New Vienna, Anne (Leon) Meyer of Monona, Greg (Amy) Hageman of the Quad Cities; 6 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild; siblings: Walter (Irene) Hageman of San Diego, CA, Julius (Betty) Hageman and Eileen Hageman both of Dyersville, in-laws: Jim Hesselman of Niwot, Co, Kathleen Hageman of Dubuque, Veronica Hageman of Dyersville, La Verne Hageman of Forida, and Irenus (Marcia) Lechtenberg of Bloomingdale, IL. D., 91, of Rochester, MN and formerly of Dubuque, peacefully passed from this world on Friday evening, March 23rd, 2018, surrounded by his loving family. Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 at Saint Joseph the Worker Catholic Church with Rev. John was one of nine children, born and raised on the family farm (Siblings: Martin, Mary, Joe, Richard, Helen, Rose Ann (Bridget), Marge and Paul). Army (1946-'48) and was stationed in Frankfurt Germany, where he decoded encrypted messages. John inspired countless students to go onto careers in medicine and research.