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Elaine Avis (Engum) Card - Eau Claire Leader Telegram Nov. 1998
Elaine A. Card, 55, of 204 Pebble Drive, Fairchild passed away Wednesday evening, Nov. 11, 1998 at her
home, in the care of her family and St. Joseph's Hospice.

Elaine Avis Card, daughter of Reynold and Louise (Amundson) Engum, was born Feb. 26, 1943, in Burnside
Township, Trempealeau County. As a child she attended Independence Grade School before moving to the
Fairchild area with her family. She attended Fairchild Grade and High School. She was united in marriage to
Henry Card on July 30, 1977, in augusta, by Rev. Ralph Walker. She lived most of her life in the Fairchild area
where she worked at various retaurants as a waitress and cook, and most recently for her sons at Whit's End in
Fairchild. She had also worked at the Sun Burst Youth Home in Neillsville. She was a member of the Fairchild
Lions Club for 7 years.

She is survived by her husband Henry of Fairchild; two sons, David and his wife, Donna Whitman of Osseo,
mark Whitman of Fairchild; daughter, Cindy and her husband, Doug Maug of Osseo; three stepdaughters, Dedra
and Angela Card both of Eau Claire, Karen and her husband, Eric Franson of Strum; brother, Allen and his wife,
Mary Engum of Fairchild; sister Lorraine and her husband, Calvin Ives of Neillsville; six grandchildren, Kiera
Whitman, Jamie, Jennifer and Jacklyn Zimbauer, Danielle and Jonathan Whitman, and 4 step grandchildren. Matt
and Christopher Franson, Jessica and Joshua Maug. She was preceded in death by her father, Reynold on
November 13, 1967, mother Louise on June 16, 1998, son Jerry Whitman on September 13, 1993 and
stepdaughter, Laurie Card on October 8, 1996.

Funeral services were held Monday, Nov. 16, 1998 at 10:30 a.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home in Augusta,
with Pastor Dwight Harrison officiating. Burial was in the Fairchild Cemetery.
Michael Henry Card - Eau Claire Leader - Telegram, Sept. 14 1995
Michael H. Card, 21, 1146 Bellevue Ave., Eau Claire, died Tuesday, Sept. 12, 1995, as the result of a traffic
accident in the town of Hallie.

He was born May 18, 1974, in Milwaukee. He graduated from Osseo - Fairchild High School in 1992. He
had worked for Specor System Inc. of Eau Claire and was now working for Resource and Recycling Inc. of
Chippewa Falls.

Mike had a great love for music and especially enjoyed playing the guitar.

Survivors include his parents, Roger and Dawn Card and Shere Hallila, all of Eau Claire; a sister, Jeanne Card
and her FiancÚ Leonard Formeister of Eau Claire; a brother, Sam (Tammy) Card of Fairchild; his great-great
grandmother, Helen Zingshiem of Altoona; his grandparents, Millie and Henry Hallila of Hibbing, Minn. Judy
and Wayne Heller of Altoona; three nieces, Amanda Jo and Alyssa Card, and Chantel Amara Formeister; a
nephew Blake Card; a family friend, Marty Flick; many aunts, uncles, cousins and beloved friends.

Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, at United Methodist Church in Fairchild with burial in
West Lawn Cemetery, Augusta.

Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.,. Friday at Anderson Funeral Home, Augusta, and an hour before services
Saturday at the church.
Fred H. Card - Eau Claire Leader - Telegram, Tuesday March 16, 1973
Fred H. Card, 98, formerly of 1108 Pershing St., Eau Claire, died Monday afternoon in the Fairchild Nursing
Home, where he had resided for the past two years.

He is survived by three sons, Arnold, Chippewa Falls, Mike, Fairchild, Acel, Racine; 35 grandchildren and
several great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will he held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Smith Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Fred Francis
officiating. Burial will be in Lake View Cemetery.

Friends may call after 3 p.m. Wednesday and until time of services at the chapel.
Arnold J. Card - Eau Claire Leader - Telegram, 1984
Arnold J. Card, 80, formerly of the town of Hallie, died Sunday at the Golden Age Home, Chippewa Falls.

He was born in Parkersburg, Iowa, and married Nettie Ireton on Dec. 19, 1921, in Eau Claire. He worked
for Uniroyal for 22 years, retiring in 1968.

Survivors include a son, Robert, Racine; three daughters, Elsie Larson, Eau Claire, Grace Schneider,
Chippewa Falls, Rosella Smith, Racine; a brother, Acel, Racine; seven grandchildren and 10 great
grandchildren.

Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Smith Funeral Chapel, with burial in Lake View Cemetery.

Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and until services Wednesday at the funeral chapel.
Agnes R. (Lamb) Card - Jan. 2000
PARKERSBURG - Agnes R. Card, 95, of the Cedar Falls Health Care Center, formerly of Parkersburg, died
Friday, Jan. 21, at the center of natural causes; survivors include a son Norman Jr. of Iowa Falls; a daughter,
Elizabeth Johnson of New Hartford; four grandchildren and two great grandchildren; and two brothers, Pat
and Mike Lamb; she was preceded in death by her husband, Norman, in 1989' a grandson; and five sisters,
twin Kathryn Dankle, Bridget Reginal, Margret Ohls, Mary Ham and Annie Iverson; services will be 10:30
a.m. Tuesday at St. Patrick Church, Parkersburg, with burial in the church cemetery; friends may call from 5 to
8 p.m. today at Schwartz Funeral Home, Parkersburg, and for an hour before services at the church.
F. E. Church - Waterloo, Courier - Mon. Jan. 13, 1941
PARKERSBURG - F. E. Church, 71 Sunday at Mercy hospital, Waverly; suffered fractured hip in fall few
days ago; born near Waverly; leaves son, Rev. Lyman Church, Muscatine; daughter, Mrs. Paul Schaeffer,
Allison; five grandchildren; and two brothers, Charles, Parkersburg, and Fred, Waterloo; funeral, 2 p.m.
Tuesday at Engelkes funeral home here.
Roy Daniels - Waterloo, Courier - Sept. 23, 1905
Roy Daniels died last night at 11:00 O'clock of Uremic Poisoning.

At 11:15 last evening in the Presbyterian hospital occurred the death of Roy Louis Daniels, at the age of
twenty-three years. The cause of the death has been assigned to uraemic poisoning. No funeral arrangements
have been made.

Roy Louis Daniels, deceased, was born at Sinclair, Iowa on January 9, 1882. He moved with his parents to
Redding, Iowa, where the latter have ever since made thier home. Later with his brother, Samuel, and engaged
in business. Two months ago he moved to this city, where, with his wife he has lived up to the time of his
death.

Both parents survive him. A sister, Melba, is left to mourn the death. One brother, whose name could not be
ascertained preceded him to the beyond several years ago. The body now lies at the Hileman & Ghott
undertaking parlors.