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William Robert "Bill" McCoy, 59, of Waterloo, died at his mother’s home in Longboat Key, FL, Friday, May 23, 2014. Add the email addresses of friends or family members you'd like to notify about this obituary.
Jeffery Kent Robinson was born January 5, 1950 the son of Russel and Velma (Saxby) Robinson in Cherokee, IA. Preceding Jeff in death were his parents Russel and Velma Robinson, and his grandparents; John and Violet Robinson and Melvin and Rose Saxby.
Survivors include his three children; Tom and his wife Kate Robinson and their children Brooke, Lauren and Trevor of Austin, TX, Tonia Robinson- Hibler and her children Tre and Terrance of San Diego, CA, and Jennifer and her husband Chad Driesen and their son Colten of Cherokee. Funeral services for Sherm Nelson, 87 of Aurelia, will be Wednesday, March 23, 2016, at 11:00 A. Sherm passed away peacefully on March 19, 2016 at the Sunset Knoll Retirement Home in Aurelia, Iowa. Harley Sherm Nelson was born at home on the family’s farm near Aurelia in Cherokee County, Iowa, to George E. During his life, Sherm was involved in many activities, serving on the school board, Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative Board, Aurelia Heritage Society Board, and as Deacon at the Church of Christ in Cherokee.
Sherm also enjoyed following the Iowa State Cyclone sporting events, but his greatest joy was his family. Also cherishing memories of Sherm are family members Darlene Nelson, Betty Nelson, Dave (Kay) Colby, Joy Michaelsen, Mary Lou Messick, and Nancy (Curt) Rupert. Preceding Sherm in death were his parents, son Greg, two brothers; Dean and Ron, and sister DeOn. Sherm loved the song “When We All Get To Heaven” and his family finds comfort in knowing that there will be a “family reunion” in heaven one day. Gilbert William Bowen was born January 22, 1929, at Lake City, Minnesota, the only son of Glen and Marie (Gilbert) Bowen.
Gilbert died Wednesday, March 16, 2016, at the Cherokee Regional Medical Center in Cherokee, IA. Following her graduation from high school she attended the Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls, IA, where she met Melvin Sidney Bell when they were both students and worked at the Hillside Cafe. Wyatt Schaller Yon was born on May 14, 1932, in Chicago, Illinois, to Wyatt Leslie and Catherine (Schaller) Yon.  The family moved to Storm Lake in 1933.
Wyatt was a 55 year member of the Masonic Lodge, Abu Bekr Shrine, and a past member of the Elks. Preceding Wyatt in death are his parents, his wife Lola on September 23, 1990, and brother-in-law, James Prichard. Preceding Lois in death were her parents, her husband Bill on March 19, 1987, and one sister and her husband; Elaine and Marvin Bengtson. Ole was born on May 7, 1929, in Odeshog, Sweden to Axel Frithiof and Ebba Marie (Johnson) Hellqvist.
At the age of 18, Ole left Sweden for the rich, abundant fields of Iowa and his Uncle Dave Johnson’s farm north of Alta. After marrying, Ole and Anita moved to a farm south of Aurelia, Iowa, where Ole farmed for over 45 years. Ole was a faithful member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Alta, and he was a member of the Grashoff-McManus American Legion Post #390 of Aurelia for 63 years. Ole was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Sten Hellqvist, and two sisters, Inga Salomonson and Dagny Rosendahl. Arnold Adolph Herman Mohn was born November 6, 1917 to Claus and Margaret (Hahnkampt) Mohn at Holstein, Iowa.
Arnold died Thursday July 23, 2015 at the Cherokee Regional Medical Center in Cherokee, Iowa. Survivors include his children, Margaret and her husband Leo Eminger of Maumelle, AR, Joyce and her husband Gordon Sievers of Slater, IA, Brian and his wife Sandy Mohn of Aurelia, and Kristine Mohn of Minneapolis, MN, eight grandchildren, five great-grandchildren. Mildred Genevieve Speulda was born on November 4th, 1918 at Akron, Iowa, the daughter of Louis and Anna (Trautt) Speulda. Millie died Wednesday, July 15, 2015, at the North Lake Manor in Storm Lake, where she had been a resident since April 6, 2010. Preceding Millie in death were her parents, first husband Joe Bateman, second husband Lyle Waddell on January 21, 2005, one brother, Bob Speulda, one sister, June Schoby, one son-in-law, Rex Kent, one great-grandson, Aaron Michael Waddell, and two brothers-in-law; Robert Bursick and Fred Schoby.
Survivors include her four children; Susan Freese of Des Moines, Genevieve Kent of Mesa, AZ, Richard and his wife Kathy Bateman of Paonia, CO, and Carl and his wife Bobbie Waddell of Spencer.
James Alan Nelson was born September 8, 1930, at Aurelia, Iowa, the only child of Harold Verner and Lela Irene (Johnson) Nelson.
On June 17, 1956, Jim married DeAnna Rae Regina Goettsch at the Methodist Church in Holstein, IA. Jim died Tuesday, July 7, 2015, at the Sunset Knoll Care & Rehab Center in Aurelia, IA. Survivors include his wife, DeAnna of Aurelia, four children; JoLynn and her husband Duane Heschke of Aurelia, Mark Nelson and Valerie Tilghman of Kennesaw, GA, Bruce Nelson and Lynn Cunningham of Des Moines, IA, and Steven and his wife Betty Nelson of Aurelia. Charles was born December 23, 1932, on a farm north of Laurens, Iowa, the only son of Lester and Eleanor Lavina (Short) Christenson. Charles died Monday, July 6, 2015, at the Cherokee Regional Medical Center in Cherokee, IA. Preceding Charles in death were his parents, his wife Marilyn, one sister, Mary and her husband Merle Waggie, and one son-in-law, Russel Pischel.
Betty LaVonne Grienke was born on January 11, 1928, the daughter of Herbert and Christina (Gerjets) Grienke in Aurelia, Iowa.
Preceding Betty in death were her parents, one sister, Darlene and her husband Cliff Menefee, one brother-in-law, Dorrel Huseman, one sister-in-law, JoAnn Anderson, and three nephews; Craig Menefee, Bradley Anderson, and Mel Anderson, Jr. Survivors include her husband, Gerald Anderson of Aurelia, one son, Gary Anderson of Waconia, MN, one daughter Christy and her husband Kent Hyndman of Mankato, MN. Survivors include two daughters; Sherrie and her husband Tom Mahoney of Salina, KS, and Toni Zarr of Des Moines, one brother, Harold and his wife Marge Zarr of Sioux City, one sister-in-law, Phyllis and her husband Rex Boatman of Waterloo, nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. Survivors include his wife Eveline of Cherokee, eight children; Jeffrey Will of Adel, IA, Laurie and her husband David Rehnstrom of Hartington, NE, Kevin Will of Gaithersburg, MD, Suzanne Lux of Lincoln, NE, Christine and her husband Randy Albers of Urbandale, IA, Richard Will and his wife Julia Getchell of Portland, OR, Sara and her husband John Yost of Olathe, KS, and Andrea Will of San Antonio, TX.
Anna Margaret Pfeifer was born on July 25, 1931 on a family farm in Pierce, Nebraska, the daughter of Frederick and Catherine (Ketter) Pfeifer. Anna was employed at the Cherokee Creamery, Farmers National Bank, Cherokee County Courthouse in the Treasurer’s office, Country Side Estates, and Hardee’s, semi-retiring in 1996. Anna passed away on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, at the Sunset Knoll Care & Rehab Center in Aurelia.
Preceding Anna in death were her husband Robert on January 20, 1992, her parents Frederick and Catherine, her parents-in-law Charles and E. Betty Lou Speers was born July 9, 1931, the daughter of Harold and Ruth (Mummert) Speers at Aurelia. Anna Sophie Loux was born December 25, 1919, the second oldest of seven children born to David and Lydia (Claude) Loux. Anna died Monday, March 16, 2015, at the Cherokee Regional Medical Center in Cherokee, Iowa. Darlene Faye Grienke was born on August 22, 1925, the daughter of Herbert and Christina (Gerjets) Grienke in Aurelia, Iowa.
Marian Adaline Will was born August 21, 1921, the daughter of Herbert and Gladys (Lane) Will at Aurelia. Marian died Wednesday, January 14, 2015, at the Sunset Knoll Care and Rehab Center in Aurelia. Survivors include three children; Linda and her husband Bob Kelch of Mesa, AZ, Dennis Reilly of Baxter, IA, and Larry and his wife Shanda Reilly of Aurelia. Gloria Mae Harden was born on May 7th, 1927 at Cherokee, Iowa, the daughter of George and Alice (Goettsch) Harden. Gloria died Sunday, January 4, 2015, at the Sunset Knoll Care & Rehab Center in Aurelia. Preceding Gloria in death were her parents, her husband Alfred on June 5, 2001, one son, Galen Felten, one brother, Virgil Harden, and two sisters; Berniece Koopman and Norma Peterson. Survivors include her children; Alvern Felten, Byron and his wife Deb Felten, and Audrey and her husband David Gustafson all of Aurelia. Marilyn Joyce Klockow was born on August 20, 1939 in Alta, IA, the daughter of Arnold Emil and Frieda Anna (Hansen) Klockow. Marilyn died Saturday, December 27, 2014 at the Cherokee Regional Medical Center in Cherokee, IA.


Preceding Marilyn in death were her parents, her sister Margaret Koch and her brother-in-law Robert Koch, and her brother Robert Klockow. Survivors include one niece, Beverly and her husband Dale Wordekemper of Storm Lake, and three nephews; Randy and his wife Sharon Koch of Storm Lake, Ken and his wife Cathie Koch of Knox, IN, and Dave and his wife Jill Koch of Cedar Rapids, IA. Keith Garland Hickey was born August 23, 1936, the son of Garland and Leone (Cook) Hickey at the Bates Hospital in Aurelia. He enjoyed working with the Pedal Power Pullers, traveling to attend antique farm machinery shows, and was an avid reader.
Survivors include his sister Joyce and her husband Dale Doescher of Galva, a nephew, Robert and his wife Gail Doescher of Geneseo, IL, and a niece, Linda and her husband Gary Paulson of Plymouth, MN, and friends.
Bertha Elizabeth Gesy was born on June 6, 1926, the daughter of Fred and Bertha (Whitesitt) Gesy in Fonda, IA. Bertha died Sunday, October 19, 2014, at the Countryside Estates Care Center in Cherokee, IA.
Also surviving are three sisters; Nancy and her husband Rufus Daniels of Troy Mills, IA, June Hanson of Cherokee, and Cindy and her husband Mike Dailey of Cherokee, and nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.
Collins, Colorado, Polly and her husband Guy Fishman of Aurelia, and Becky and her husband Kim Phelps of Lincoln, Nebraska, are left to enjoy special memories. Also surviving are two sisters, Marge Hanson of Lake City, MN, and Lois and husband Bob Fenwick of Dayton, OH, and nieces, nephews and many friends. They were married on May 24, 1938, at her parents’ home, and Melvin taught high school in Postville, IA, where Connie was born.
Robert Hollibaugh, 92, of Aurelia, formerly of Kingwood, Texas, will be at a later date in Winfield, Kansas. He graduated from the Winfield, Kansas High School in 1940.  He then attended Southwestern College in Winfield, KS for a time and then attended and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Kansas. He served two terms as a school board member at Clear Lake, Iowa, Past President of the Clear Lake Rotary Club and Paul Harris Fellow, member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers and served as Iowa’s Chairman.  He was a Boy Scout Leader, and enjoyed playing Bridge and golfing. Saturday, September 5, 2015, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Alta, with Pastor Jane Johnston officiating. His eyes would twinkle when he listened to her tales of her childhood, and he enjoyed her wonderful Southern cooking. Ole is survived by one brother, Sven Hellqvist, and several nephews, nieces, and cousins, all of whom live in Sweden. After the death of his parents, his home was with cousins, Henry and Wilhelmina Nelson of Aurelia.
Also surviving are 14 grandchildren, 46 great-grandchildren, and nine great-great-grandchildren, one brother, Lloyd and his wife Ellie Speulda of Candler, NC, one sister, Norma Bursick of Sioux City, special family member, Dee Waddell Meyer, nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.
He graduated from the Aurelia High School in 1948, and then attended Buena Vista College in Storm Lake for one year.
Thursday, July 9, 2015, at the First United Methodist Church in Aurelia, with Pastor Thomas Petersen and Nelva Petersen CLS officiating. He was a 58 year member of Universal Masonic Lodge #587 of Marathon and a Past Master, and a 58 year member of Eastern Star and a Past Patron. Saturday, June 20, 2015, at the First United Methodist Church in Aurelia, with Pastor Thomas Petersen officiating. Thursday, May 21, 2015, at the First United Methodist Church in Aurelia, with Pastor Thomas Petersen officiating. Ernest and Mary Stanworth, his sister Marian Will Reilly, and twin grandsons; Xander and Xaine Yost.
Anna was an active member of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Catholic Daughters of America, Catholic Church Guild, the Aurelia Catholic Ladies Circle, and Lector. Tuesday, April 14, 2015, at the First United Methodist Church in Aurelia, with Pastor Thomas Petersen and Nelva Petersen officiating. After graduating from high school in Woolstock, Iowa, she graduated with a Cosmetology degree from Storm Lake Beauty School and began working in Aurelia, later opening Ann’s Beauty Shop which she ran for many years. Monday, March 16, 2015, the First Congregational Church in Aurelia with Pastor Bruce Rapp officiating.
Also surviving are two sisters; Myrna Huseman and Betty and her husband Jerry Anderson all of Aurelia, and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Also surviving are eight grandchildren; Susan and husband Dan Griffin, Sarah and husband Todd Matthies, Ben and wife Elise Reilly, Stephanie Reilly, Robert Reilly, Tadd and wife Amanda Reilly, Kasey Reilly and his fiance Kristen Copeland, and Kalli Reilly and her fiance Patrick Myron, twelve great-grandchildren, one brother, Dean and wife Eveline Will of Cherokee, one sister, Joann and husband George Pithan of Sioux City, one sister-in-law, JoAnn Swoboda, and many nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. Also surviving are seven grandchildren: Neil and his wife Nichole Gustafson, Tyler Gustafson, Keith Gustafson, Nathaniel Felten, Nicholas Felten, Amanda Felten, and Neal Felten, two sisters, Thelma McGee of Columbus, NE, and LaVonne Hoops of Holstein, one brother-in-law, Gilbert Peterson of Peoria, AZ, one sister-in-law, Betty Laursen of Aurelia, nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. Also surviving are great nieces and nephews; Kari, Doug and wife Jill, Lindsey and husband Zach Kroenke, and Eric Wordekemper, Jeremiah Koch, Amy and husband Chris Frank, Josh and wife Alaina, and Jake and wife Tigre Koch, and Adam and Allison Koch, great-great nieces and nephews, and other relatives and friends. He began country school at Diamond #2 until it closed and then attended school in Aurelia, graduating from the Aurelia High School in 1954.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014, at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Cherokee, with Pastor Jean Morse officiating.
She graduated from Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Fonda, and then attended and graduated from the American School of Beauty in Des Moines.
Also surviving are four step-children; Larry and Val Carlson of Cherokee, Rodney and Connie Carlson of Grinnell, IA, Dianne and Thomas Walsh of St. Sherm found farming to be a great pleasure which he continued until 1994, when he and Joanne moved from the farm into the town of Aurelia. Making homemade ice cream with his grandchildren was a frequent and special occasion for him.
Monday, March 21, 2016, at the First United Methodist Church in Aurelia, with Pastor Thomas Petersen officiating. On October 22, 1950 Gilbert married Betty Jean Johnson of Alta at the Little Brown Church at Nashua, IA.
Wednesday, March 9, 2016, at the United Methodist Church in Storm Lake, with Pastor Matt Miller officiating.
Her family was colorful…her grandmother, Annie Hope, came to Iowa from Pennsylvania in a covered wagon.
When World War II arrived Melvin joined up and was stationed with the Navy in Europe for two years. Robert and Barbara enjoyed traveling and family camping trips, and adored his dogs and family. Prior to his hospitalization Ole resided at the Sunset Knoll Retirement and Rehab Center in Aurelia. On February 2, 1951, he was called to military duty and served at an army base in Atlanta, Georgia, for two years. Ole and Anita had two children, Allan and his wife Carol Hallquist of Kansas City, Missouri, and Todd and his wife Teresa Hallquist of Ecuador, and five grandchildren, Adam Hallquist of San Francisco, California, Devin Hallquist of Kansas City, Missouri, Matthew Hallquist of Camdenton, Missouri, and Jacob and Benjamin Hallquist of Ecuador. Friday, July 10, 2015, at the First United Methodist Church in Aurelia, with Pastor Tom Petersen officiating. Jim entered the United States Air Force on November 7, 1951, in Sioux City, IA, and was discharged on November 7, 1955, at George Air Force Base in California.
Jim was a member of the Aurelia First United Methodist Church, in his youth he attained the level of Eagle Scout and was a Scout Master for several years, and obtained the Order of the Arrow, was a member of the Grashoff-McManus American Legion Post #390 of Aurelia, Toast Masters, Red Power, the Air Force Association, the Experimental Aircraft Association, and International Harvester Collectors Iowa Chapter #5. Thursday, June 25, 2015, at the First Congregational Church in Aurelia with Pastor Bruce Rapp officiating. Betty worked for two years as a secretary for the Department of Agriculture at the Capitol Building in Des Moines.
Bonaventure Catholic School in Columbus, NE in 1949, and then attended the Commercial Extension School of Commerce in Omaha, NE and graduated in 1950. She delivered Meals on Wheels for several years and regularly attended the Aurelia Community Coffee. On November 23, 1949, Betty married Donald Nelson Wieland at the Little Brown Church in the Vale at Nashua, IA.
Cloud, MN, Will and his wife Coralie Cosgrove and Wade and Harmony Cosgrove all of Portland, OR, Stephanie and her husband Steve Zarr of Cherokee, Peter Cosgrove of Quimby, and Emily and Addie Cosgrove both of Aurelia, ten step-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015, at the First Congregational Church in Aurelia with Pastor Bruce Rapp officiating. She also met and married Virgil Larson of Aurelia on Aug 20, 1938 at the Congregational parsonage.
Monday, January 19, 2015, at the First United Methodist Church in Aurelia, with Pastor Thomas Petersen officiating.
Following graduation she attended Tri State Business School in Sioux City, graduating in 1940.


Friday, November 21, 2014, at the First United Methodist Church in Aurelia, with Pastor Thomas Petersen officiating. Following graduation he began farming with his father until inducted into the Army in 1959.
Mary’s, KS, and Pamela and Duane Jahner of Annadale, VA, seven step-grandchildren; Jay and Julie Carlson, Bill and Kris Carlson, Tom and Ellen Carlson, Jacob and Adrian Walsh, Julie and Jeff Hutley, Justin and Erica Walsh, and Catherine Jahner, nine step-great-grandchildren, one sister, Marcella Hammen of Rockwell City, IA, one sister-in-law, Vera Silseth of Milwaukee, WI, nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. Tilling the earth, watching and waiting for the harvest was a special joy to Sherm.  He was also appreciative of the warmth of the small town of Aurelia and the many friends and neighbors he had in the area.
Grandchildren include Juliana Darrow, Joe and wife Elise Darrow, Olivia Darrow, Leah Fishman, Diana Fishman, Laura and husband Matt Moss, Matt Phelps, Collin Phelps and fiance Melissa, and Caitlin Phelps. She was a natural and professional sales person, and enjoyed meeting new people, although she was always shy by nature. Ole often declared that he was a man of great fortune when he spent time with his sons and their families. Arnold served in the US Army from March 27, 1941 until his discharge on September 27, 1945.
He enjoyed his family, photography, model railroading, aviation, and steam and tractor shows. Saturday, April 18, 2015, at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Cherokee, with Father Daniel Guenther officiating.
Robert was stationed in the Navy at that time in Norman, OK where they made their first home. She enjoyed being outdoors whether it was working in her flower beds or watching the wildlife.
Gilbert worked in retail sales and later owned and operated Bowen’s Clover Farm Grocery Store in Aurelia for several years.
Wyatt was a member of Lakeside Presbyterian Church where he served as trustee and elder, and was a member of the planning committee for the renovation of the sanctuary in 1976.
Also surviving are four grandchildren; Elizabeth Grace Elward, Daniel John Elward, Wyatt Samuel Yon and Ella Catherine Yon, one sister, Eloise Prichard of Storm Lake, nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends. Betty was a member of the First Congregational Church where she was a member of Dorchester Circle, Women’s Fellowship, and sang in the choir for many years. In 1956 they moved to Aurelia, IA, where they continued to live and were blessed with three sons. She also enjoyed playing cards, embroidering, crocheting, genealogy, oil painting, refinishing furniture, and watching movies. Betty worked as a sales clerk at the Fashion Shop in Aurelia, and later as the secretary for the Aurelia High School Principal from 1965 until her retirement. In 1961 she graduated from Buena Vista College in Storm Lake with a degree in elementary education.
Anna and Virgil loved to travel after they retired, and they made it to all of the United States and Canada. Gloria enjoyed gardening and flowers, babysitting grandkids, visiting family and friends, and writing letters to her four sisters. She enjoyed knitting, embroidery, watching basketball and other sports, listening to news and discussing politics and activities with her niece and nephews and their families.
The family will be present for visitation on Friday for one hour prior to the service time. Following the committal service family and friends are invited to the lower level of the VFW for a luncheon and a time of remembrance. In 1946 he graduated from Aurelia High School and continued his education at Iowa State for two more years. Gilbert was a master at catering BBQ Feeds, always having promotions going like Canyon Kid judging Jack o’ Lantern contests, Minnesota Twins pitcher Jim “Mud Cat” Grant signing autographs, and gave away a monkey named “Jocko” in a drawing.
Lois worked at Lockin Insurance Agency in Aurelia, and later at the Cherokee County Assessor’s Office. Burial will be in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, rural Aurelia, with military honors by the L. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, the Ladies VFW Auxiliary #6172 of Alta, and a past president of the AmVets Auxiliary, and she enjoyed golf, bowling, canning, and cooking. Anna loved her family and often expressed her gratitude for her husband, sons, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Aurelia Legion Auxiliary, the Alzheimer’s Association, or any charity of your choice.
Darlene worked for many years in the Farmer’s National Bank and the First Trust & Savings Bank in Aurelia.
Memorials may be directed to the First United Methodist Church or the Aurelia Heritage Society.
He enjoyed fishing, hunting, spending time with family and friends, helping with the harvest, and gardening.
He was a tireless promoter of Aurelia, having served on the Aurelia City Council and on the committee to organize Sunset Knoll Retirement Home in Aurelia. In lieu of flowers memorials may be given to the Ladies VFW Auxiliary #6172 of Alta, or the Trinity Lutheran Church. Betty was an active member of the Aurelia First United Methodist Church where she was a member of the Martha Circle and served on the funeral lunch committee, the Aurelia Heritage Society, and the American Legion Auxiliary. She enjoyed her card clubs and the winters she and Clifford spent in Arizona, as well as the years on the lake in Arnolds Park. She enjoyed having coffee with friends, and was a member of the Aurelia First United Methodist Church, the Federated Woman’s Club, the Aurelia Heritage Society, American Legion Auxiliary, Aurelia Golf Course, Maple Valley Friendship Club, Pinochle Club, and was a volunteer for the Cherokee County Cancer Society for 15 years ten of which she was Chairman for the county.
On September 3, 1994, Bertha married Harry Clifford Carlson at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Cherokee.
Most important were home and family, where she always had an unlimited supply of food for company.
On December 17, 1949, Bud married Harriet Louise Mohror at the Little Brown Church in the Vale at Nashua, IA. Time spent with her granddaughters and great-granddaughters was especially important to her along with the many card games they played.
He was a lifelong member of the Aurelia First United Methodist Church where he served on numerous boards and committees. She was a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church where she was active in church circles, made many banners, baptism blankets, and was a mentor for confirmands. He was a member of the Aurelia First United Methodist Church, Beef Producers, and the Aurelia Golf Club board.
She was a past president of the PTA, and was active in Music Boosters and all school activities, and Cub Scouts. Robert received his LLB from Drake University, Des Moines, IA in 1942 and his JD, also from Drake University in 1954.
He enjoyed electric trains, going to train shows, buying and selling trains, and playing cards. The last few months he mastered (more or less) the iPhone with much assistance from the children, and enjoyed showing off his skill. She enjoyed square dancing, traveling with Harry, camping and fishing, seamstress work, quilting and giving many away, scrapbooking, teaching tole painting classes, was active in Relay for Life, and she owned a craft supply store in Cherokee. He served in the European Theater of Operations from February, 1944 to December, 1945 with CID; his last duty in Europe being assigned to the Inspector General's Dept. Arnold was a Yankees fan, and enjoyed collecting pens and pencils, attending antique farm auctions, horse racing and watching the Kentucky Derby, playing 500, and his military reunions. He became managing partner in Dreher, Wilson, and Adams law firm of Des Moines, IA in 1969. In addition to being licensed to practice law in 1942 in Iowa, Robert took and passed the Florida Bar in 1984 and was licensed to practice law in Florida. Of Roberts' vast accomplishments, the one he was most noted for was his love of his family.
They strongly urge in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Des Moines Christian School or Christ Church of Longboat Key.




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