Glen D. Herman, age 65, of Marion, Iowa, passed away Monday, June 5, 2017 in Des Moines, following a valiant battle with cancer.  There will be an open house to celebrate his life from 2:00 to 3:00 P.M. on Sunday, July 2, 2017 at the Church of the Nazarene, 940 Eastern Ave, Marengo, Iowa 52301.  Inurnment will be in the Tiffin Cemetery at a later date.   

Glen David Herman was born May 5, 1952 in Marengo, Iowa, one of five children born to Earl and Glendola Herman.  He spent his early years in the Marengo and Dike area, graduating from Dike High School. Glen served his country with honor during the Vietnam War.  He was a member of the U.S. Army, stationed in Okinawa.  Following his discharge, he returned to Iowa, and was employed at John Deere Manufacturing and later as an over-the-road truck driver.  When he retired, he looked forward to time spent with other veterans, proudly swapping stories and supporting each other with friendships.

Glen is survived by siblings, nieces, nephews and many cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents.





Earl A. Altemeier, age 84, of Brooklyn, passed away Thursday, June 15, 2017, at the Brooklyn Community Estate.  Funeral Service:  11:00 a.m., Monday, June 19, 2017, at Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn, Iowa, with Rev. Brent De Silva officiating.  Burial will be in the Chester Cemetery, rural Grinnell, Iowa.  Visitation:  10:00 a.m., Monday, June 19, 2017, until service time, at Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn, Iowa. Memorials may be contributed to Brooklyn Community Estate or the Eagles Club in Grinnell.

Earl is survived by his five children Steve Altemeier, of Brooklyn, Stan (Sue) Altemeier, of Newton, Christopher Altemeier, of Brooklyn, Nancy Evans, of Brooklyn, and Bonnie Taylor of Montezuma; nine grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; three brothers Leo, Clyde and Doyle; three sisters Karen, Jan and LaVonn.  He is preceded in death by his wife, Carolyn in 2007, his parents, two grandsons Jeramiha Earl Taylor and Steven Mercer, and a brother Dwane.

Earl was born March 10, 1933, in Newburg, the son of Morris and Beulah Anderson Altemeier.  He graduated from Newburg High School.  Earl served four years in the National Guard.  He was stationed in Minnesota where he served as a radio operator.  He met his wife, Carolyn Sue Ingram, in high school, and they were united in marriage on January 1, 1952, in Bentonville, Arkansas.  In the early years, Earl worked road construction, driving both scrapers and finish blades, building Interstate 80 in both Iowa and Illinois in the 1960’s.  He also drove bulldozer and dump truck for Manatts, Inc.  For most of his career, he drove semi truck in Iowa and Illinois and was owner/operator of Lone Pine Mobile Home Park, in Brooklyn.  Earl belonged to both the Elks Club and the Eagle’s Club in Grinnell. 




Cornelia “Connie” Zuber, age 97 passed away Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Colonial Manor of Amana. Funeral Service: 10:00 A.M. Tuesday, June 13, 2017, Middle Amana Church with Elder Mike Shoup officiating.  Burial will be in the Homestead Cemetery. Visitation: 4 to 7 P.M. Monday, June 12, 2017, Middle Amana Church. Memorials may be contributed to the Amana Church Society, the Amana Heritage Society or the charity of the donor’s choice.  Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo is assisting the family with arrangements

Cornelia (Moershel) Zuber was born March 28, 1920, to Dr. Henry Moershel and Henrietta (Jeck) Moershel of Homestead. She was a member of the second graduating class from Amana High School in 1937.  Connie attended Coe College where she was a member of the Delta Delta Delta Sorority and 70-year participant in the Round Robin chain letter. She married William “Bill” Zuber of Middle Amana on October 14, 1939. Bill played professional baseball and he and Connie made a home for their family in Cleveland, Boston, The Bronx, and Sarasota with Homestead as their “Home Base”. After Bill’s baseball career the couple bought the Homestead Hotel and operated it as Bill Zuber’s Dugout restaurant for over 55 years.

Connie was a life-long member of the Amana Church Society, Homestead Welfare Club, Amana Arts Guild, Amana Heritage Society, National Restaurant Association, and Major League Baseball Players Association.

Connie loved to travel, especially to Europe. One of her most memorable travels was with Bill and the Cleveland Indians to Havana, Cuba for a professional baseball exhibition series in the 1940s. Later in life she spent winters in Sarasota, Florida and hosted many family and friends escaping from the cold Iowa winters.

Oma Connie was a lovely and beautiful person, both inside and out. She is best remembered for her compassion and graciousness. Oma always made others feel happy, special, and loved. Her greatest treasure was family.

She is survived by her sister Henrietta (Don) Hale of Nevada, IA; her son Dennis (Elaine) Zuber of Homestead, IA and daughter Connie Baugh of Middle IA; Grandchildren Eric (Kimberly) Zuber of South Amana, IA, Inge Baugh of Cape Coral FL, Nick (Kristie) Zuber of Cedar Rapids, IA, Gunther (Houssey) Baugh of Geneva, Switzerland, Heidi (Mike) Sandersfeld of Middle Amana, IA, and Gretchen (Brad) Muhlenbruck of Middle, Ia. and Great-grandchildren Gerrod and Johanna Zuber, Connor, Hannah and Michael Zuber, Simon Baugh, Gunther and Ellery Sandersfeld, and Reiner Muhlenbruck. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Bill, a brother Dr. William Moershel and his wife Phyllis.

"We would like to thank all those who cared for Oma Connie".   




Robert L. Willett, age 90, passed away Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Grinnell Regional Medical Center following a brief illness.  Funeral Services: 10:30 A.M. Wednesday, May 24, 2017, Grace United Methodist Church, Brooklyn with Rev. Brent DeSilva officiating.  Burial will be in the Brooklyn Memorial Cemetery, Brooklyn with military honors. Visitation: 4 to 7 P.M. Tuesday, May 23, 2017, Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn with a Masonic Service at 6 P.M. with the public invited. Memorials may be contributed to Grace United Methodist Church.

Robert is survived by a son, Mack Purdum and wife Mary of Montezuma; granddaughter Michelle Danker (Austin) of Belle Plaine, great grandchildren, Miles and Ryne Danker; a nephew David Willett of Brooklyn; and a sister-in-law Karen Willett of Brooklyn. 

He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Helen in 2010, a brother Ralph Willett and a stepson Duane Purdum.

Robert Laverne Willett was born September 3, 1926 in Grinnell, Iowa, the son of William Frederick Willett and Belva Brenneman Willett.  He graduated from the Brooklyn High School with the Class of 1943. He served his country in the U.S. Army from December 18, 1944 until November 8, 1946, stationed in Japan. Robert and Helen Violet Purdum were united in marriage on June 19, 1965 at Grace United Methodist Church in Brooklyn.  He farmed the family farm his entire life. 

Robert was a member of the Poweshiek Masonic Lodge #174 for 56 years, serving as secretary for 25 years and initiated 110 men into the Lodge. He was a member of Grace United Methodist Church in Brooklyn, and a past member of the Brooklyn American Legion Post 294. Robert enjoyed reading western novels especially Louis L’Amour books. He liked selling produce from his vegetable garden and was a wonderful carpenter and plumber.




Anne M. Freshour ended her earthly journey on May 15, 2017.  She passed away at the Dennis and Donna Oldorf Hospice House in Hiawatha, Iowa.  Funeral services:  10:00 a.m., Thursday, May 18, 2017, at the Middle Amana Church, with Elder Betsy Momany officiating.  Burial will be in the Amana Cemetery.  Visitation:  4 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 17, 2017, at the Middle Amana Church.  Memorials in her memory may be given to Camp Courageous, the Amana Church Society or the Dennis and Donna Oldorf Hospice House of Mercy.  Kloster Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 

Anne Marie Schuhmacher was born in Amana, Iowa on December 22, 1932, the daughter of George and Lina Roemig Schuhmacher.  She attended and graduated from the Amana Schools and later attended Cedar Rapids Business College and for a short time did office work in Cedar Rapids until being employed in the office of the Amana Woolen Mill in 1952.  Anne was united in marriage at the Amana Church to Charles Freshour on July 25, 1959.  She joined her military husband in travels to Florida, Germany, and California.  Upon his retirement of 20 years of service, they returned to Amana in 1970, where they raised their two sons.  In 1971, she worked as a bookkeeper for Amana Society Builders, retiring in 1995.

Charles and Anne enjoyed going on cruises and did extensive travel in Europe and the States.  They also attended several of the reunions of his Air Force missile company.  Charles and Anne were instrumental in starting the home delivered meals known as Essen Wagen in 1993.  In 2004, they began a Senior Dining program at the Amana Church which served meals on Mondays.  In June 2007, she received the award of Outstanding Volunteer of Iowa County from the Heritage Agency, presented by Gov. Chet Culver.  Anne was a reader and helper at the Clear Creek Amana School Library.   She was a life time member of the Amana Church where she served on various committees.  She was also a member of the Amana Heritage Society and the Amana Arts Guild.  Anne was an avid reader and bridge player.  She enjoyed gardening, canning, and cooking.  She was best known for her “cookie care packages”, and they will definitely be missed.  Anne especially looked forward to attending the sports and musical events of her grandson.

Anne is survived by her son Greg (Mary), grandson Mitchell Freshour of Urbandale, her son Gordon (Vanessa) of Amana; two step grandchildren, Sara and Nick Waddell; and a brother Henry Schuhmacher, of Amana.  Also surviving, are several nieces, nephews and many friends who will miss her dearly.  She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Charles, a brother Roy (Ruth) Schuhmacher, and a sister-in-law Rose Schuhmacher.




Rose Mary “Rosie” Carville Schuhmacher, age 90 of Amana, passed away Sunday May 7, 2017, at Lakeview Village Retirement Community. Funeral Mass will be 11:00 a.m. Thursday, May 11, 2017, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Norway, Iowa, with Rev. Dustin Vu officiating.  Burial will be in St. Joseph’s Cemetery, rural Atkins. Visitation: 4 to 7 P.M. Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Norway.  A memorial fund has been established. Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo is assisting the family with arrangements.

Rosie was born October 4, 1926, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to Thomas James and Zela Turner Carville.  She graduated from Walford High School in May of 1944 and entered into marriage on July 25, 1944 with Henry G. Schuhmacher of Amana.  During the war Rosie worked for Rockwell Collins.  In 1949, she started working for the U.S. Postal Service, serving as postmaster from 1977 until her retirement in April 1984.

She is survived by her husband Henry of 72 years; a son Henry T. of Ankeny; a daughter Diane (Mineard) Smith of Watkins; four grandchildren, Cindy Smith of Amana, Kimberly (Jack) Shaw of Mesa, AZ, and John and Emily Schuhmacher of Ankeny; three great-grandchildren, Kaitlynn Wilson (Bobby Burgess) of Cedar Rapids, Mackenzie (Andy) Kasner of South Amana and Nicholas Wilson of Indianola; two great-great-grandchildren, Scarlet Burgess and William Kasner; and a sister Shirley Neumann of Amana.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a grandaughter in infancy, Mary Dehlia, and a brother James Carville.




Catherine M. Foster, age 56 of Brooklyn, died Thursday, April 27, 2017.  Funeral Service: 5 P.M. Tuesday, May 2, 2017, Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn with Rev. Dorothy Banzhaf officiating.  Inurnment will be at a later date.  Visitation: 2 to 5 P.M. Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established.

She is survived by her husband Cliff; four children, Chad Foster (Hannah), Jeremy Foster, and Jessica Wilcox (Brian) all of Brooklyn and John Foster (Tonya) of Knoxville; an honorary son, Eric Garringer of Brooklyn; eight grandchildren, two brothers, Daniel Kepler, and Dale Kepler both of Iowa City; and a sister Terri Luhmann of Jackson, MN., and extended friends and family.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Gerald and Loretta Kepler, a grandson, her guardian angel, Kyler Wilcox, and her mother and father-in-law.

Catherine Marie Margaret Kepler was born August 17, 1960 in Estherville, Iowa, the daughter of Gerald Dean Kepler and Loretta Van Houten Kepler.  She attended the Estherville Catholic Schools and graduated from Estherville High School in 1978. She and Clifford James Foster were married on July 25, 1981. They made their home in Estherville before moving to the Brooklyn area.  Cathy was a wife, mother and homemaker, and worked in the nursing profession.  She was employed at the Brookhaven Nursing Home (now Brooklyn Community Estate) as a CNA for 20 years.

Cathy loved to read and spend time online. She liked to cook for her family. She especially enjoyed playing with her grandchildren. Cathy’s pets were a big part of her life and she loved them all dearly. She enjoyed horseback riding as a youth.




Harriett Ruth Benesh, age 83 of Brooklyn, passed away Sunday, April 23, 2017 at Brooklyn Community Estate. Funeral Service: 11:00 A.M. Friday, April 28, 2017, Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn, with Rev. John Reynolds, Jr. officiating. Burial will be in the Guernsey Cemetery. Visitation: 5 to 7 P.M. Thursday, April 27, 2017, Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn. A memorial fund has been established.

She is survived by her husband of 66 1/2 years, Loyal; her children, Sheri and Tim Atkinson, Teri and Carl Iezek, all of Brooklyn, and Jeff and Kristi Benesh of LeGrand; 13 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, 3 great-great grandchildren. Also surviving are her sisters, Janice Buresh, and Sherry Kesl, both of Tama, along with her best friend Tippi.  Ruth was preceded in death by her parents, her siblings, Violet Brown, Bonnie Matula, Robert Willson, Marion Willson and Kenneth Willson.

Harriett Ruth was born May 7, 1933 in Tama, Iowa, the daughter of Warren and Roxie Beal Willson. She attended the Tama schools, and married Loyal Franklin Benesh on December 6, 1950 in Des Moines, Iowa.  Besides being a wife, and mother, Ruth also worked various jobs outside the home, including working at Walmart for 15 years. 

Ruth was active in her community and her church. She was a member of the South Side Circle for 58 years, and the First Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn. She enjoyed word searches, embroidery, and cooking. She looked forward to the family vacations to Okoboji, and spending time with her grand and great-grandchildren and attending their many activities.





Charlotte M. Roudabush, age 82 of Brooklyn, died Saturday April 22, 2017 at
Brooklyn Community Estate after brief battle with lung cancer.  Funeral Mass: 10:30 A.M.  Wednesday, April 26, 2017, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Brooklyn, with Rev. Corey Close officiating.  Burial will be in the Calvary Cemetery, Brooklyn.  Visitation: 3:30 -7:30 P.M. Tuesday, April 25, 2017, Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn with a Scripture Service at 7:30. A memorial fund has been established.

Charlotte was born on October 21, 1934 to Gerald and Mary Brien Graney of Perry, IA.She was the eldest of three children.  Charlotte had 2 brothers, James and Patrick.  She graduated from Perry High School and went to Minneapolis, MN to become a lab technician.  It was through her job of drawing blood where she met Duane Roudabush, who turned out to be the man she would marry on April 14, 1956.  They celebrated  for 44 years before Duane’s passing.  Along with farming, Charlotte and Duane owned and operated Char-Du Mfg in Brooklyn. 

Charlotte, “Char”  was active with her parish at St. Patrick's.  Here she was part of the Alter and Rosary Society.  She also was involved with the American Legion Auxiliary, Poweshiek Democratic Society, Meals on Wheels, volunteered at the Activity Center and volunteered at Brooklyn Community Estates. Charlotte, in the last few years, became very interested in family history genealogy. She so enjoyed the art of conversation and voicing her thoughts on many subjects. When visitors came she would insist that they make themselves at home as her motto was “room service has been discontinued.”  Char was most often seen and most happy when she was behind her sewing machine creating endless articles of clothing and crafts. 

She is survived by her 7 children,  Debra Ann Easley( Jim), Dennis Duane(Dee), Deanna Rose Staudt(John), David Neal, Donald Paul(Tracy), Diane Kathleen Cadden(Kenny), Daniel Craig(Leigh); 23 grandchildren, Anthony Orand, Stephanie Roudabush, Jennifer Roudabush, Nicole Staudt, Kimberly Staudt, Jessica Fields, Josh Kline, Christopher Roudabush, Brandon Roudabush, Ryan Roudabush, Ashley Roudabush, Shane Roudabush, Aurelia Roudabush, James Cadden, Emily Cadden, Kyle Cadden, Eric Cadden, Brian Cadden, Katelynn Cadden, Ashleigh Heishman, Amber Roudabush, Aaron Roudabush, Amanda Roudabush: 3 great grandchildren, Luke Roudabush Carson Houghton, Logan Roudabush, and countless friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, J Duane Roudabush, daughter Denise Eileen, brothers James Graney, Patrick Graney, and her parents Gerald and Mary B. Graney.




Cleo A. Tuttle, age 84 of Marengo, passed away Monday morning, April 10, 2017. Funeral Services:  10:30 A.M. Friday, April 14, 2017, First United Methodist Church, Marengo with Rev. Lisa Crow officiating.  Burial will be in the Marengo Cemetery. Visitation: 3 to 7 P.M. Thursday, April 13, 2017, Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo. Memorials may be contributed to the First United Methodist Church, Marengo towards an organ repair fund or the kitchen.

She is survived by her sons, Kenneth (Carol) Tuttle and Kirby Tuttle, both of Marengo; grandchildren, Tina (Rian) Sherman, and Nathan (Jessica) Tuttle and Felicia Koehn; Step grandchildren, Chris (Kristy) Lyman, Amy Imhoff; and great-grandchildren, Nessecity Tuttle, and Oliver Tuttle.Also surviving are two sisters, Carole (Richard) Ballard of Marengo, and Sherri Head of Cedar Falls, sisters-in-law, Sharon Tuttle, Jean (Robert) Gritman, Ann Schutterle, Shirley (Shorty) Shaull, and Betty (Larry) Wiedemeier, numerous nieces and nephews, and good friends, Penny Stephan, Donna and Lon Murley and Cindy Murley.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Howard, Jr. in 2012, a son Kurtis in 1990, a brother Keith Young, and a brother Garth in infancy.

Cleo Alice Young was born August 31, 1932, the daughter of Leo and Norma Patterson Young.  She graduated from the Marengo High School in 1950 and married Howard Tuttle, Jr. on December 28, 1951 at the First United Methodist Church in Marengo. She was a stay at home mom while the boys were attending school. She then was an executive secretary at Amana Refrigeration for 25 years. She and Howard operated “The Dock” restaurant for many years in Marengo. Cleo retired from Amana and immediately started as secretary for the Methodist Church. She also worked with Head Start, Subway and helped Kirby at Dusty’s restaurant. She was well known for her potato salad, and had a good story to tell about that.

Cleo collected dolls--about 900 of them. She enjoyed birdwatching, singing with The Believers, played accordion, and taught piano lessons to her granddaughter. She and Howard enjoyed square dancing, playing cards and dice. They enjoyed traveling and wintered in Texas for 18 years. Most recently she could be found behind the deli counter at Big G. But most of all, Cleo enjoyed her family and cherished each and every one of them. She was loved and will be missed by many.




Charles Leroy Haus, age 59, of Marengo, passed away, Thursday, March 30, 2017.  Funeral Service:  1:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 4, 2017, at Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo, with Rev. Eddie Thomas officiating.  Visitation will be 4 to 7 p.m., Monday, April 3, 2017, at Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo.  Burial will be in the Marengo Cemetery.  A memorial fund has been established. 

Charles is survived by his wife Kathy; two children James (Candace) Duncan, of Marengo and Angel (Charles) Alford, of Marengo; thirteen grandchildren James (Patience), Christina (Luis), Emily, Izaiah, Diana, Kayla, Lillie, Charlie Jr. (Skye), Zoe, Myia, Shantelle, Amber (Porky) and Neal; eight great-grandchildren Dakota, Victoria, Izadora, James L. Jr., Kathy, Jecy, Rosie and Braxton Charles; three siblings Vickie Eashm, Joyce Haus and Connie Haus.  He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters Bonnie Sapone and Jackie Zurfluh and a brother Carl.

Charles Haus was born December 15, 1957, in Des Moines, the son of Carl Darrel and Pauline Linburg Haus.  He received his education in the Des Moines schools. He was united in marriage to Kathy Duncan on December 13, 1980, in Des Moines.  Charles worked at Waste Management, S & J Sanitation and Tyler’s Refuge, and also mowed lawns and did snow removal as a side job.  He loved to go fishing, work on cars and especially loved having all the family around. 




Max Carl Fitz, age 76, of Brooklyn, passed away Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at the Dennis & Donna Oldorf Hospice House of Mercy, in Hiawatha.  Funeral Service:  11:00 a.m., Saturday, April 1, 2017, at Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn, with Rev. Brent de Silva officiating. Visitation will be 9 to 11 a.m., Saturday, April 1, 2017, at Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn.  Burial will be in the Moline Memorial Cemetery, Moline, Illinois, at a later date.

Max is survived by a son Jesse Ray Fitz, of Newton; six siblings Marilyn (Damon) Hill, California, Judy (Carlos) Hernandez, of Brooklyn, Edward Holderman, of Garland, Texas, Terry Holderman, of Fort Worth, Texas, Cindy Miller, Palestine, Texas, and James Holderman, of Texline, Texas; and numerous nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Bud and Helen Holderman.

Max Carl Fitz was born January 6, 1941, in Gary, Indiana, the son of Renville “Bud” and Helen Garrett Holderman.  He graduated from Rock Island High School, Rock Island, Illinois, in 1959.  He married Mary Wood in 1960, and later divorced.  Max served in the U.S. Army from 1963-1969, stationed in Vietnam.  He enjoyed fishing, hunting and spending time at the lake.





Clara May Lindsey Septer, age 90, died Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Heritage Specialty Care Center in Cedar Rapids. Funeral Service: 10:30 A.M. Wednesday, March 29, 2017, Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo with Rev. Jim Davis officiating.  Burial will be in the Marengo Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4 – 7 P.M. Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo. A memorial fund has been established.

Clara is survived by her children, Marjorie Spicka (Charles) of Denver, CO, Sue Ludwick (Chris) of Port St. Lucie, FL,  Robert Lindsey (Carol) of Marengo, Martha Kiecksee (Paul) of Swisher, and Peggy Moomey of Williamsburg; several grandchildren and great grandchildren; and a sister Sylvia Layton (Bill) of Marion, AR. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husbands, and a son Roger K. Lindsey in 2012.

Clara May Needham was born February 1, 1927 in Earle, AR, the daughter of Thomas and Birdie Lawhorn Needham.  She received her education in Earle AR and married John Robert Lindsey on May 2, 1941 in Wynn, AR.  John passed away, and several years later, Clara married Harold Septer. He passed away in 1991. 

Clara was employed in the housekeeping department for Holiday Inn at Little Amana for many years. She enjoyed listening to country music, and going for drives taking in the beautiful scenery. She also enjoyed eating out, especially Chinese food. Most of all, Clara enjoyed spending time with her family.




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