See the obituary of Wilma M. Kurth Boles beneath this original posting.
From: "Monica Schirmer Eshelman" <meshelman1(a)cox.net>
Subject: [MOANDREW] Obituaries to share, Ko-Ku
Below is a new list of Andrew Co. obituary transcriptions which I
will be glad to share if you will contact me directly or through the
(My apologies to the school system who couldn't seem to get
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Monica Schirmer Eshelman
Photograph Andrew County Tombstones (PACT)
Kobzej, Mrs. Nadja
Kolasa, Raymond A.
Smith, Lillian Dorothy (Kolb)
Korell, John B.
DeVault, Lucille (Korell)
Jameson, Helen Patton (Kothe)
Alexander, Barbara B. (Kowitz)
Kowitz, Donald Eugene
Kowitz, Julius Frederick
Kowitz, Marvin Henry
Heath, Alma F. (Krause)
Bleich, Goldie M. (Krause)
Kreiser, Joseph Peter
Karr, Helen Charlotte (Kretzer)
Kretzer, Jonas Albert "Joe"
Todd, Mert (Kretzer)
Bocklett, Shirley L. (Kretzer)
Kroll, Freda (Barker)
Kronegger, Maria (Sr. Stilla)
Kropp, Maurice E.
Moranville, Jeanne (Krueger) Quirk
Krugh, Brianna Leigh
Krull, Alva Newton "Newt"
Krull, Juna R. "Shorty"
Christian, Lucille (Krull)
Scurlock, Luella (Krull)
Krull, Virgil S.
Krull, William C.
Kubach, Tommy L.
Kubach, Wilburn "Bill"
Kuenzi, Jesse Edward
Kuenzi, Margaret P.
Kunels, Harry M.
Kukel, E. Hugh
Kunkel, Mark Chester
Kunkel, Wallace M.
Marschel, Mary (Kurth) Maughmer
Boles, Wilma M. (Kurth)
Carson, Mary Leona (Kurtz)
Herman, Pearl (Kurtz)
Rowe, Ada Katherine (Kurz)
Kurz, Allene Barbara "Bob"
Conklin, Alma Marie (Kurz)
Kurz, Clarence Rudolf "Dad"
Kurz, Eric Julius
Kurz, Heinz Berni
Kurz, James E.
Miller, Mabel G. (Kurz)
Heiser, Selma M. (Kurz)
Swenson, Wilma R. (Kurz)
The name in parentheses (Kurth) is the maiden name.
Date of death: 20 Oct 1995
Subject: Wilma M. (Kurth) Boles
Source: St. Joseph [MO] News-Press, [21/22] Oct 1995
Wilma M. Boles, 66, Savannah [MO], died Friday Oct. 20, 1995, at her
home after a lengthy illness.
Born in May 29, 1927, in Cosby, Mo., Mrs. Boles was a lifelong
resident of Andrew County.
She had been employed by LaRon Meats for 17 years.
Mrs. Boles was a member of the First Baptist Church, Savannah.
On Sept. 8, 1956, she married Vernon Boles. He survives of the home.
Additional survivors: two sons, Charles L. of Savannah, and Warren L.
of Holton, Ind.; two daughters, Gail Goehring, Lowell, Wis., and Jane
Ann Boles, Hamilton, New Zealand; two sisters, Mary Marschell,
Savannah, and Charlene Janes, Rockville, Md.; and seven grandchildren.
Service: 1:30 p.m. Monday, Meierhoffer-Fleeman Chapel. Burial:
Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation: after 2 p.m. today at the
funeral home, where the family will receive friends from 6 to 8