|George B. Hein
September 2, 1886–February 2, 1952
Monticello Farmer Died Suddenly
|George B. "Stub" Hein passed away unexpectedly Saturday morning at his home in Richland township. Funeral services were held Tuesday from the Goettsch funeral home at 2 o'clock with the clergyman in charge being Rev. John F. Baumann. Interment was made at the Oakwood cemetery.
George B. Hein was born September 2, 1886 in Richland township near Monticello, the son of George W. and Emaline Kiburz Hein. He was one of five children, and was educated in the rural schools in Richland township.
On December 9, 1908, he was united in marriage to Ursula A. Arduser of Monticello and for 10 years made their home on the Hein homestead and for the last 34 years at their present home in the township. He was a member of the First Presbyterian in church in Monticello. He had continued to follow the farming profession throughout his life.
Survivors include his wife, Ursula, one sister, Mrs. Howard Hicks of Monticello, and two brothers, Frank E. Hein of Scotch Grove and Fred W. Hein of Anamosa. Another brother Leonard preceded him in death in 1949.
Pallbearers included Ben Buol, Paul Schneiter, John Fitzsimmons, Marion Clark, Frank Schneiter and Larry Martinsen.
Submitted by: Lloyd Raeg
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