Biografi for: Edward E Andersen
Eddie E. Andersen
Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, and the Rosary will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday, at the St. Bonaface Church in Yankton for Eddie E. Andersen, 86, Yankton, who died Saturday at a Yankton hospital. Mr. Andersen was born May 3, 1887 in Turner County, S.D., where he . farmed until his retirement in 1956. He married Bridget C. Bauer April 25, 1910, who preceded him in death in July of 1967. Survivors include a son, Edward, Freeman, S.D.; a daughter, Mrs. Joe W. Walter, Freeman, eight grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
FUNERAL SERVICES HELD WED'SDAY FOP EDDIE C. ANDERSEN
Funeral services for Eddie C. Andersen were held from St. Boniface Catholic Church or Wednesday morning, Nov. 7, 1973, with Father Schultz officiating. Pallbearers were Leslie Andersen, Frances Andersen, Arthur Dangel, Albert Dangel, Louis Dangel and Ray Dangel. Interment was in St. Boniface Catholic Cemetery. Eddie C. Andersen was born May 3, 1887, in Turner County, South Dakota. He was married to Bridget C. Bauer on April 25, 1910, and they farmed in Salem Township until retiring to Yank-ton, S. D., in 1956. Bridget passed away July 16, 1967. Eddie lived with Edward for one year and then resided the remaining days of his life at Sacred Heart, where he passed away Nov. 3, 1973. He was preceded in death by his parents, several brothers and sisters, and one son, Lawrence. He is survived by one son, Edward of Freeman, one daugh-ter, Mrs. Joe W. Walter (Bertha) of Freeman, 8 grandchildren, and 20 Beat-grandchildren