Diane Leona Goodlow, age 54 of Brooklyn, died suddenly on Tuesday, October 21, 2014. Funeral Services: 10:30 A.M. Saturday, October 25, 2014, First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, with Rev. John Reynolds, Jr. officiating.  Burial will be in the Brooklyn Memorial Cemetery, Brooklyn, Iowa. Visitation: 4 to 8 P.M. Friday, October 24, 2014, Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn. Memorials may be contributed to the BGM Citizens Scholarship Fund, or the First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn.

Diane is survived by her mother, Marilyn Goodlow of Brooklyn; her siblings, Krista Humphrey of Brooklyn, Steven Goodlow (Leslie) of Albia, and Mari Lenius (Bill) of Atlanta, GA; special friends, Linda “Herky” Maschmann of Brooklyn and Karin “Cy” Winwood of Williamsburg; nieces and nephews, Joshua (Heather) Humphrey of Millersburg, Megan (Andy) Vajgrt of Williamsburg, Elza and Edison Goodlow of Albia, and Erin Diane, Emily and Reagan Lenius of Atlanta, GA; and  great-niece and nephews, Rebecca, Mason, and Baby Vajgrt on the way, of Williamsburg.

Diane was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Vesta and Leona Johnston, paternal grandparents, Elza and Alice Goodlow, and a brother-in-law Larry Humphrey.

Diane Leona Goodlow was born July 7, 1960 in Grinnell, Iowa.  She graduated from BGM High School with the Class of 1978, and worked as station manager of the Star Inn. She received her accounting degree in 1990 from the University of Iowa. Diane was employed with Marengo Publishing Corporation since February of 1991. She was currently the general manager of Marengo Publishing and Poweshiek Publications.

Diane was a very loyal and avid Hawkeye fan. She was president of the 5:01 Club. She also enjoyed the Chicago Cubs.  Most of all Diane cherished and loved her family and friends, and spending time with them. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, the I-Club, and the University of Iowa Alumni Association.



Ina Gail Hadenfeldt, age 94 of Marengo, died Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at her home.  Funeral Service: 10:30 A.M. Friday, October 24, 2014, First United Methodist Church, Marengo, with Rev. Matt German officiating. Burial will be in the Marengo Cemetery. Visitation: 4 to 6 P.M. Thursday, October 23, 2014, at Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo.

Gail is survived by two sons, Jerry (Shirley) of Clive, and John of East Prairie, MO; two daughters, Janet Gardner (Dale) of Marion, and Judy Button (Denny) of Waverly; eleven grandchildren, and fourteen great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband LeRoy in 1975, and two brothers, J. and Dean Stockton.

Ina Gail Stockton was born November 8, 1919 in Leroy, Iowa, the daughter of Harold and Mae Bahr Stockton.  She received her education in the country schools, and graduated from Marengo High School. After completing her education, Gail was a teacher in the country schools for several years. She married LeRoy Hadenfeldt on March 9, 1940. Besides being a wife, mother, and homemaker, she was bookkeeper for the Standard Oil Bulk Tank Service that LeRoy operated.  

Gail was a member of First United Methodist Church in Marengo, the Marengo Legion Auxiliary and the Order of the Eastern Star. She served her community, working at the voting stations during election times. She also was a chaperone for women prisoners during transfers from one facility to another.

Gail also enjoyed her free time. She and LeRoy loved to go dancing. She was an avid Hawkeye fan, attending many games with her friends. She looked forward to “Bunco” nights, and especially spending time with the family, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.




Frieda S. Kofron, age 95 of Amana, formerly of Homestead, died Monday, October 20, 2014 at Colonial Manor of Amana, following a brief illness.  A Graveside Service will be held at 3:00 P.M. Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at the Homestead Cemetery, Homestead, Iowa.  Harold Pitz, Elder of the Amana Church will officiate. There will be no visitation.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be contributed to Essence of Life Hospice, Amana.  Condolences may be sent to her sister Jane Dietrich, in care of Colonial Manor of Amana.

Frieda is survived by her sister Jane Dietrich of Amana, nieces and nephews, Sonia Harms of Dallas, TX, Carolyn Chambers of Phoenix, AZ, Angela Renaud of Phoenix, AZ, and Wayne Dietrich of Forsyth, MO.  She was preceded in death by her parents, and her husband Richard Kofron in 1994.

Frieda S. Dietrich was born June 19, 1919 in Homestead, Iowa, the daughter of John Dietrich Jr. and Caroline Fels Dietrich.  She graduated from Amana High School in 1937 and married Richard L. Kofron on November 14, 1941 in Lancaster, Missouri.  The couple lived in Aurora, IL for a time. They returned to Iowa and built a home in Homestead. Frieda worked at the I-80 Amana Store for a number of years. She will be remembered for her positive outlook, friendly smile, and numerous acts of kindness. 

The family would like to thank Essence of Life Hospice, and the staff of Colonial Manor for the compassion and care they gave Frieda. Also a heartfelt thank you to Frieda’s special friend, Linda Ackerman.




Linda Freida Graesser Selzer, age 98, formerly of Homestead, passed away peacefully, to live with her Lord, on Friday, October 17, 2014, at Colonial Manor of Amana.  Funeral Service: 10:30 A.M. Tuesday, October 21, 2014, St. John’s Lutheran Church, Marengo with Rev. Andrew Gray officiating.  Inurnment will be in the Homestead Cemetery. Visitation: 4 to 7 P.M. Monday, October 20, 2014, at Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established.

Linda is survived by her two children, Lial (Helen) Selzer of Homestead, and Marian Carew (Dan) of Dallas, TX; four grandchildren, Scott Selzer of Homestead, Neil Selzer (Rebecca) of Verona, WI, Alisa Hartman (Doug) of Gold Canyon, AZ, and Stephanie Vasso (Neal) of Tyler, TX; and 8 great-grandchildren, Gabriel and Aidan Selzer, Brooke and Zack Hartman, and Jake, Zeph, Garrett, and Nick Vasso.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband George on Feb. 14, 1995, and her siblings, Helene Wolf, Fred Graesser, Richard Graesser, and Lily Jones.

Linda was born May 1, 1916 in West Amana, Iowa, the daughter of William and Lina Griess Graesser.  She grew up during the era of the Amana Colonies communal system. Her home was a community kitchen where her mother was the “kuchen boss.”  Linda attended the Amana schools and helped her mother in the kitchen slicing and dicing, cooking and serving many meals a day.  This was where her passions for cooking and intricate baking were born.  Following her education in Amana, she attended Paris Beauty Academy in Cedar Rapids and became a beautician during the popularity of the marcel wave.  She returned to the Colonies and set up a beauty shop in the Colony Inn.  Linda and George Selzer were united in marriage at the Little Brown Church in the Vale, Nashua, Iowa on July 17, 1935.  The couple settled in Homestead where they raised their family.  For many years, she worked at the Homestead General Store, buying dry goods and gifts to sell to the surrounding area residents and to tourists.  Shoppers would often request her to hand dip their ice cream cones, as her portions were most generous at 5 cents per dip. 

For the past 40 plus years, she and George had a second home in Phoenix, AZ, where they spent their winters, returning to Iowa for the summers.

Prior to her illness, Linda lived a full, healthy life.  She was active in various organizations and clubs, both in Arizona and Iowa. Being a devout Christian, in recent years her activities centered around her church families, St. John’s in Marengo and St. Mark’s in Phoenix.  Her passion throughout her life was art, as was illustrated in her oil paintings, china painting, sewing, quilting, knitting, gardening and food presentation.  Everything she did was done with an artistic flair.  She was known for her cakes and won several awards and ribbons with her famous marble and walnut cakes. At the age of 80 she wrote a cookbook “Oma’s Family Secrets,” all handwritten in calligraphy, which is sold in various Amana shops.

Linda took great pride in her family and will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, and grandmother.  She delighted in the gathering of family and friends, loved people, and was the ultimate hostess, cooking and entertaining throughout her life. 

At age 93, her health started to decline and she moved to Colonial Manor in Middle Amana where she remained until her passing.

The family expresses sincere appreciation to the caregivers and staff at Colonial Manor that cared for her with love and affection.




Dean Rodgers, age 85, of Marengo, Iowa, died Sunday, September 21, 2014 at his home. Memorial Service: 11:00 A.M. Monday, September 29, 2014, First United Methodist Church, Marengo, with Rev. Matt German officiating. Military Honors will follow the service at the church. The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 P.M.  Sunday, September 28, 2014 at Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo. Private Family Inurnment services will be at the Iowa Veterans Cemetery, Adel, Iowa.  A  memorial fund has been established.

Dean is survived by his wife Marilyn; a daughter Lynn Rodgers of Columbia, MO; a son Robert of New Jersey; a brother Sam of Ottumwa; and four sisters, Lorene Meek of Tama, Louise Danner and Florence Ruff, both of Marshalltown, and Arlene Strennan of Des Moines; as well as many nieces and nephews.  Also mourning his passing are special friends: Lynn Stauffer and Greg Stauffer of Brooklyn; Mark, Jennifer, and Ayden Austin of Bondurant; and Caleb Kriegel and Kristen Stauffer of Des Moines.

He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, James “Mac” and C. Douglas; two sisters, Betty Catherman and Lucile Fiser; nephews, Harold Meek, Paul Joseph Strennan, Jody Danner, Dennis Fiser, and Jon Rodgers; nieces, Linda Kay Rodgers and Darlene Dufek; and several brothers and sisters in law.

Dean Rodgers was born July 9, 1929 to Sam and Bertie Myatt Rodgers in rural Poweshiek County, Iowa. He was the youngest son in a family of ten children.  As tenant farmers, the family moved often and Dean attended the rural schools of both Poweshiek and Iowa Counties.  He entered Marengo High School. When his parents moved to a farm near Millersburg, Dean returned to Marengo, boarding with Milton and Vivian Brown to complete his education and graduate from Marengo High School in 1947.

Following graduation, Dean worked for Pioneer Seed at Marengo and Thorp Well Drilling before taking employment at Amana Refrigeration.  He was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1951 and took his basic training in Georgia and then went to New Jersey for Signal Corp Training, graduating from there in September 1952. Dean then went to Korea where he served until June 1953. He returned to Marengo in July 1953, and resumed his employment with Amana Refrigeration, as a Compressor Analysis Technician and then a toolmaker. Dean retired in 1991.

In December 1953, Dean married Joan Morrell in New Jersey and the couple settled in Marengo where a son Robert was born. The couple later divorced.  Dean was united in marriage to Marilyn Harryman in July 1961 at Milton, Iowa. To this union, a daughter Lynn was born. The family resided in Marengo.

Dean was a 60-year member of the Marengo American Legion Post 76.  He enjoyed woodworking, and built many pieces of furniture. He loved working in his yard and garden.  He read extensively (particularly history and science) and delved deeply in to the histories of World War II and Korea, as well as the Civil War.




Kevin D. Smith, age 55 of Brooklyn, Iowa, died Tuesday, September 16, 2014 in Mount Vernon, Washington. There will be visitation from 4 to 7 P.M. Thursday, September 25, 2014, at Kloster Funeral Home, in Brooklyn. Private graveside services and inurnment will be in the Brooklyn Memorial Cemetery, Brooklyn, Iowa. . In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established.

Kevin Dale Smith was born September 5, 1959 in Grinnell, Iowa, the son of Dale P. Smith and Madonna J. Roberts Smith. He graduated from BGM High School with the Class of 1978 and was employed as a truck driver with Berch Cabinets. 

He loved farming. Most of his free time was spent having a GREAT time with his family, grandchildren, and countless friends. Camping was also a favorite hobby.

Kevin is survived by his sons, Craig and Luke, his daughter Krystal, and two grandchildren, Boston and Quincie, all of Brooklyn.  His mother Madonna Smith of Brooklyn, and his sister Diane VanErsvelde of North Liberty also survive. 

He was preceded in death by his father, Dale, a sister Kathleen Smith, maternal grandparents, Doc and Melissa Roberts, and paternal grandparents, Phillip and Mildred Smith.




Doris H. Knutson, age 77 of Marengo, Iowa, died Friday, September 19, 2014 at Rose Haven Nursing Home. Memorial Services: 11:00 A.M. Tuesday, September 23, 2014, First United Methodist Church, Marengo with Rev. Matt German officiating.  The family will receive friends on Tuesday after 9:00 A.M. until service time, at the church. Inurnment will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established.  Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo is assisting the family with arrangements.

She is survived by her sons, Kevin Knutson (Jill Jaunty) of Chattanooga, TN, and Keith Knutson (Angela) of Reidsville, NC; two grandchildren, Kristina Nice (Nick) of Omaha, NE, and Nicholas Knutson of Reidsville; a brother John Moore (Victoria) of Marengo; a niece Tiffany Dale; and a nephew Patrick Dale.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and a sister, Susanna Moore.

Doris Harriet Mardel Moore was born September 1, 1937 in Depew, Iowa, , the daughter of Henry Lewis and Charlotte Hohensee Moore.  She attended the independence #9 School in Depew until 1955. She attended Augustana Academy in Canton, SD, and then Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD.  Doris worked at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics for many years in the Medical Records Department.  She retired from there in 1994. Following retirement, she  worked with REA in Conroy for a short time.

Doris was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Marengo, and enjoyed her work with the Henry Moore Barn Museum in South Amana.

Doris was loved by her family and friends and will be missed by all who knew her.




Lucille E. Brown, age 80 of Ladora, Iowa, died Friday, September 12, 2014 at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City, Iowa. Funeral Services: 10:30 A.M. Tuesday, September 16, 2014, Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo with George Grothman officiating.  Burial will be in Ohio Cemetery, Ladora, Iowa. Visitation: 4 to 7 P.M. Monday, September 15, 2014 at Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo. A memorial fund has been established.

Lucille is survived by her husband Duane; two sons, Steven and Duane, Jr. both of Ladora; and a daughter Brenda Lee Peters and husband Dean of Bowling Green, VA. Also surviving are her brother Robert Sebetka (Joann) of Ely, and a sister Marie Vanous of Independence, IA. She was preceded in death by her parents, and a daughter Maureen Brown on September 9, 2012.

Lucille Evelyn was born August 26, 1934 in rural Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the daughter of George Sebetka and Mary Marousek Sebetka. She graduated from Alburnett High School in 1952 and married Duane Grant Brown on December 15, 1955 in Cedar Rapids.  Besides being a wife and mother, Lucille assisted her family on the farm.  She enjoyed fishing, gardening and canning, and taking care of the chickens.  She was especially fond of her cats. 



Evelyn C. Griffin, age 87 of Marion, formerly of Williamsburg, died Friday, September 12, 2014 at The Villages Assisted Living in Marion. Private Graveside Services will be held Monday, September 15, 2014, with Rev. Sonda Kirsteatter officiating.  The family will receive friends from 2 to 6 P.M. Sunday, September 14, 2014 at Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo. Memorials may be contributed to Olivet Presbyterian Church in Cedar Rapids.

Evelyn is survived by her son, Larry and wife Debbie of Cedar Rapids, and a grandson that she adored, Scott of Iowa City. Also surviving are her siblings, Murray Evans and wife Lynn of Williamsburg, Carl Evans of Solon, Ruth Baker of Iowa City, and Gladys Beasley of Marengo, a sister-in-law Bonnie Evans of Rock Island, a brother-in-law, Larry Raasch and wife Linda of Moline. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Gene in 2009, a sister, Lucille Raasch and a brother Ed Evans.

Evelyn Clara Evans was born July 19, 1927 in Williamsburg, Iowa, the daughter of Howard and Clara Goss Evans.  She attended the Iowa county schools and married Gene Franklin Griffin on November 1, 1952 in Fairfield, Iowa.  Evelyn worked at several businesses in the Williamsburg area, lastly at Amana Refrigeration for over 20 years.  Following her retirement, Evelyn and Gene enjoyed winters in Florida. In later years, Evelyn enjoyed watching the Cubs (who she always thought the umpires were against), playing cards and going to the casino.

She was a member of Olivet Presbyterian Church in Cedar Rapids.

The family would like to thank Dr. Cindy Hanawalt for her compassionate care, and Diana and the staff at the Villages Assisted Living Facility for making Mom’s final years so comfortable and enjoyable.





Agnes E. Stone, age 91 of Brooklyn, Iowa, died Saturday evening, September 6, 2014 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Funeral Mass: 10:00 a.m. Friday, September 12, 2014, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Brooklyn, with Fr. Brian Shepley officiating.  Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Brooklyn. Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, September 11, 2014, Kloster Funeral Home, Brooklyn where a Parish Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. A memorial fund has been established.

Agnes Elizabeth Sherbon Stone, daughter of James Clinton and Margaret Elizabeth Wintringer Sherbon, was born June 18, 1923, near Walker, Iowa.  She graduated from the Walker Public School in 1941.

Her interest in news writing began with the high school paper, continued to the hometown paper and during WWII to a hometown newsletter to area servicemen and women, and features in the Cedar Rapids Gazette.  Her newswriting interest took her to the Marion Sentinel.  There she met Donald Stone.  They were married August 9, 1947, and in 1954 they moved to Brooklyn, IA, where they were both employed by the Brooklyn Chronicle and the Brooklyn Paper.  Her columns, “embers” and “a stone’s throw," were of local interest.  In addition, she served on the committees to research and write the history of Brooklyn and the history of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church.
She was a member of St. Patrick’s Church, its Altar and Rosary Society, the Patrician Club, the B.B.B., and a neighborhood group.  She served on the Brooklyn Library Board for several years and served on the board for the Brooklyn Community Fund Drive.   She enjoyed doing for others, as well as tending to her flowers, both indoors and out.

Agnes is survived by her children, Jamie (Ron) Ginkens of Chariton, IA; Donn (Jane) of Boone, IA; Susan (Glenn) Knox of Oskaloosa, IA; Diane (Alan) Marshall of Center Point, IA; Kristine (Craig) Robinson of Gilman, IA; Pat Howard of Urbandale, IA; Traci Carney of Huxley, IA; and Anthony (Barbara) of Lansing, MI; 25 grandchildren: Genni Ginkens Heffron, Carrie Knox VanMersbergen, Jason Marshall, Aaron Ginkens, Rachel Knox Buchanan, Leslie Marshall Althoff, Robert Knox, Ryann Ginkens,  Amanda Stone Swart, Tiffany Squiers Proctor, Amy Marshall, Melissa Stone Stewart, Casie Squiers Smith, Michelle Stone Borrison, Mallory Marshall,  Matthew Stone, Austin Howard, Walker Howard, Jack Carney, Parker Howard, Michael Marshall, Anthony Stone, Maggi Carney, Lesli Carney, and Gabriella Stone; 21 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband in 1993, her infant son Timothy, her parents, four brothers, four sisters, and 13 step-brothers and sisters.




Marie E. Staman, aged 90, of Amana, Iowa, died Monday, September 1, 2014 at Colonial Manor in Amana. She died following a short illness from a recent fall suffered in her home. Visitation with the family present will be 4:30 to 7:30 P.M. Friday, September 12, 2014 at Kloster Funeral Home in Marengo, IA. A memorial service will be held at 2:30 P.M. Saturday, September 13, 2014 at First Presbyterian Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, with the family receiving friends after 1:00 P.M. until service time. Private burial services will be held at the Amana Cemetery. Memorials in Marie’s name can be made to First Presbyterian Church in Cedar Rapids designated for children’s ministry or to the Marengo Memorial Hospital Foundation designated to eldercare. Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo, is in charge of arrangements.

Marie Emilie was born December 9, 1923 in the village of Amana, the daughter of Peter G. and Louise Herman Zimmermann. Her birthplace was in the family home which is now the location of the Ronneburg Restaurant in Amana. Her early life was spent in the final years of the Communal time in Amana and the years immediately thereafter. She graduated from Amana High School in 1941. She attended Coe College in Cedar Rapids, as well as Central College in Pella and Iowa State Teacher’s College in Cedar Falls for summer terms. Marie served as an elementary and middle school teacher in the Amana Schools for 12 years and a substitute teacher for more than 20 years. She then took time to be at home with her family. Later in life she enjoyed working in retail sales for the Kitchen Sink in Amana and especially enjoyed the annual Amana Easter Egg coloring event.

Marie participated in a two month long study trip to Europe in 1954 visiting many countries as well as the Ronneburg Castle where her ancestors resided prior to coming to America. Marie and Gilbert revisited many of these sites with a trip to Europe in 1987 and a special visit with longtime friends the Pfeiffer family of Wiesbaden, Germany. She enjoyed family trips to Door County, Wisconsin for more than 30 years and looked so forward to the annual harvest of fresh cherries. She also enjoyed 20 years in retirement of wintertime getaways to Ft. Myers, Florida.

Marie was active in many parts of the Amana community serving as a founding leader of the Girls Scouts and Campfire programs. She also was active as a leader in Y-Teens and Cub Scouts. Marie was an almost 60 year member of First Presbyterian Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa where she served on several committees and was active in the Presbyterian Mariners and Presbyterian Women’s Chapel Society. She was a founding member of the Amana Heritage Society, working many hours to help curate portions of the original opening of the Museum of Amana History. She was also a member of the Amana Artist Guild, PEO Chapter GM, and served 25 years on the Colonial Manor Care Review patient advocate committee. Her hobbies included reading, cooking, making Amana quilts, gardening, and feeding the birds.

Marie is survived by her husband Gilbert, whom she married at First Presbyterian Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on March 18, 1956, her son Paul and daughter-in-law Margaret of High Amana, and her granddaughter Rachel Staman of Baltimore, Maryland and her fiancé, Alan Mejibovsky. Oma was so proud of her granddaughter Rachel who also entered the teaching profession. Also surviving are her special cousin and husband, Elsie and Bill Oehler of Amana and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Peter G. and Louise Herman Zimmermann and her sister and brother. Marie will be deeply missed by her family.

A special thank you to Pastor Herb Isenberg, Pastor Heather Hayes, and Deb Sedlacek, Faith Community Nurse of First Presbyterian Church, for their care of Marie and her family. Also the family wishes to express their deep gratitude to all staff and medical providers at the Marengo Memorial Hospital, Lakeview Village, Colonial Manor, and Essence of Life Hospice for their care of Marie over these past weeks.





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