IN MEMORIAM

By Staff

CLIFFORD H. FOEGEN, 85, of Arcadia, Wisconsin, died November 4,
1996, at Franciscan Skemp Healthcare/Arcadia.

He was born in Glencoe, Minnesota, October 26, 1911, to Phillip
and Emelia Marking. He married Rosella Doelle on October 10, 1934.
She died in 1968.

He later married Gladys Reglin Hannon May 26, 1973. Clifford
farmed and was a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic
Church and the Catholic Order of Foresters. He also served on the
A-G Co-op Board.

He is survived by his wife, Gladys, of Arcadia; four sons, Glenn
Foegen of Cochrane, Wisconsin, John Foegen of Winona, Dennis Foegen
of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Cletus Foegen of Fountain City, Wisconsin;
four daughters, LuAnn Galvan of Milwaukee, Jane Ann Foegen of
Osseo, Wisconsin, Bernadette Einhorn, of Thorp, Wisconsin, and
Barbara Shaffner of Owatonna, Minnesota; 22 grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren; two brothers, Antony Foegen of La Crescent,
Minnesota, and Franklin Foegen of Arcadia; two half-brothers,
Delbert Foegen of Arcadia, and Norbert Foegen of Fountain City; a
stepbrother, Wilfred Rothering of Arcadia; stepchildren Dallas
Hannon of Arcadia, Darlene Kujak of Bluff Siding, Wisconsin; five
step-grandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren.

Submitted by Gladys Foegen, 822 Jefferson St., Arcadia,
Wisconsin 54612. EUGENE M. ‘GENE’ SARDESON SR., 66, Sioux
City, died unexpectedly October 4, 1996, at a Sioux City
hospital.

Mr. Sardeson was born June 28, 1930, in Sioux City, the son of
Merrill R. and Ruth M. Williams Sardeson.

He married Eileen M. Erlemeier June 10, 1950, in Dakota City. A
lifelong Sioux City resident, he worked for Metz Baking Company for
19 years; Sioux Transportation Company for five years and All
American Freight for ten years, retiring in 1987.

Mr. Sardeson was an Episcopalian. He was a member of the Pioneer
Machinery Club and a retired member of the Teamsters Union Local
554. He enjoyed camping, antique tractor shows and outdoor
activities. His article entitled ‘Where Are The Shaws?’ was
published in GEM, April 1986 issue.

Survivors include his wife; a son, Gene Jr., and his wife Marsha
of Sioux City; a daughter, Eileen Snyder, and her husband Patrick
of Fort Smith, Arkansas; a brother, Thomas Sardeson, of South Sioux
City; a sister, Alyce Tubbs, of Sioux City, and four grandchildren,
Stacie Sardeson and Patrick, Nicole and Randy Snyder.

He was preceded in death by his parents a brother Howard and two
sisters, Ruth and Eleanor.

A memorial has been established in his name with the Westside
Little League.

Submitted by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bonnema, 15991 Highway 60,
LeMars, Iowa 51031-8759, and also by Mrs. Eugene Sardeson, 2612
Villa Ave., Sioux City, Iowa 51103-2673.

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