I see that in your surname list you are researching Collins name. Do you
have an Edward Collins that married a Laura Canfield circa 1844? They had
two children. They were in Michigan at the time of marriage and up to 1850
but can't find them after. Sandy in Calif.
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Subject: [IACLAYTO-L] DONALD D. URIELL
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DONALD D. URIELL
Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church in
Garnavillo, August 24, 1973 for Donald D. Uriell. Msgr. Ament officiated,
assisted by Father Irvin Matt and Msgr. Klassen. Robert DeSotel was the
organist and accompanied Mrs. Charlotte King of St. Peter, Minn. and the St.
Joseph Church Choir. Mr. Uriell died August 21 at Guttenberg Municipal
Hospital after a brief illness.
Pallbearers were John Uriell, Ed Uriell, Bruce Collins, Francis Kister,
Matt, and Walter Szemkus. Honorary pallbearers were Danny and Dave
Donald Uriell was born June 3, 1914 in Read Township, the son of Joseph
Brannon Uriell. He was united in marriage to Viola Catherine
Matt on May 16, 1942. They own and operate the Uriell Rest Home in
He was preceded in death by his parents, his sister, Zita, and a brother,
He leaves to mourn his departure, his wife, Viola, his son, James
of Forrestville, Md. and his daughter, Mrs. Eldon (Patricia) Hansel of
Edgewood; 4 grandchildren, Michael and Michelle Uriell and Todd and
Kristine Hansel; 3 sisters, Stella Uriell, Mrs. Joe (Coletta) Kister, Mrs.
Joe (Madonna) Collins, and 1 brother, Virgil Uriell.
Postville Herald newspaper clipping from my mother's obituary collection.
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