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Re: Anna Hoesch b 1896
Posted by: J Christiansen (ID *****5526) Date: July 19, 2012 at 08:28:09
In Reply to: Re: Bertha Hoesch b 1893 by J Christiansen of 15650

1910
Karl Hoesch 57
Kathrine 56
Henry 22
Paul 18
Bertha 16
Anna 14
Albert 11
Lydia 7

1920
Harlan County, Nebraska
Karl Hoesch, 67, b abt 1853 Germany
Katherine 66, b abt 1854 Germany
Paul H Hoesch 28 b Nebraska
Albert W Hoesch 21 b Nebraska
Lydia Hoesch 17 b Nebraska


Anna Hoesch
This obituary, below, refers to an Anna E Hoesch, who might be daughter of Karl Hoesch. I am not sure. Needs checking. If so she died October 23, 1981 in California.


This couple in 1930:
West Point, Cuming, Nebraska
Arne A Ehlers 34 b abt 1896 in Minnesota
Anna E Ehlers 34 b abt 1896 in Nebraska parents b Germany
Arlys Ehlers 3
Margaret Ehlers 2


Source of the obit: California-Pacific Conference & Desert Southwest In Memoriam 1986 (I don’t see the church denomination name)
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:GRaUPTEaa3YJ:adot.s3.amazonaws.com/AB7AAE34E324437EB7B846D8DBF3B2EF_1986%2520Memorials.pdf+&cd=5&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

ARNE ALBERT EHLERS
Born March 20, 1896 - Died January 13, 1986
EHLERS, ARNE A. (T.21; F27) Minn., 21 No record; 24 Minneapolis, Oakland Ave.; 25 Kasoon; Nebr. 27 West Point-Taylor; 31 Taylor; 34 Madison; 35 Fullerton; 35 {0ct.) No record; No. Texas, 38 {Jan} Gobbler Creek; Nebr., 41 Bethe]; EV. CAL, 45 Ontario; 47 Los Angeles, Hollenbeck Heights; EUB. CAL., 51 Selma; 56 Gridley; 59 Pt. Pleasant; 61 R’d; So. Cal.-Ariz., 69 R’d; Pae. and S.W., 77 R’d; Cal.-Pac. ‘S5.

Rev. Arne Albert Ehlers was born in Marshall, Minn., the youngest of the nine children of Fred C. H. and Minnie Schroeder Ehlers. Education in Marshall and Northwestern College(later North Central) in Haperville, Il1., was interrupted by WW I service in France. Graduating from Evangelical Theological Seminary in I924, he began his ministry by serving the Oakland Ave. and Kasson Evangelical Churches in the Minnesota Conference.
His marriage on August 26, 1925, to Anna E. Hoesch in Huntley, Nebraska, was followed by further ministry in Kasson, Minn, and in Nebraska Evangelical Conference churches at West Point, Taylor, Madison and Fullerton. During those years, two daughters, Arlys Jeanette and Margaret Anna were born. Family health conditions necessitated a three-year stay in California at Anaheim and Cypress, followed by several years of ministry in the rural parish of Gobbler Creek! Hahn near El Campo in the Texas Conference of the Evangelical Church. The family returned to Nebraska and served the Mascot-Bethel Parish for four years before moving permanently to California in 1945.
Rev. Ehlers and his family then served churches in the newly merged Evangelical United
Brethren Church in the California Conference at Ontario, Hollenbeck Heights (Los Angeles), Selma, Gridley, and Point Pleasant.
Arne and Anna spent early retirement years at Baker Home in Rowland Heights, moving to Eldorado Oaks in Glendora for their last years. Anna Hoesch Ehlers died on October 23, 1981. Arne is survived by his two daughters, Arlys (Mrs. Paul) Aijian of Canyon Country, California and Margaret (Mrs. Charles) Bitter of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Before Arne’s death on January 13, 1986, his life was marked with a total dedication to God and his call to ministry. The greatest legacy he left his family was his constant praise to God for His goodness and faithfulness, and his great desire for everyone to have a vital, trusting personal relationship with his Lord. His expressions of “Praise the Lord" and “Thank you, Jesus,” uttered so often in his last years, will continue to echo in the hearts of his loved ones who remain here to carry on his ministry.


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