Henry Langreck Obituary, Death – Henry Herman Langreck, a resident of Neillsville who passed away on May 14 at the age of 85 and had spent a substantial portion of his life working as a farmer in the Town of Grant, had lived in the area. On Friday, funeral services were performed in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, and the Reverend Joseph Henseler presided over the services.
Interment took place in the cemetery that is associated with the parish. On Thursday evening, a wake service was held at the Georgas-Gesche Funeral Home. This was followed by a Rosary service hosted by the Knights of Columbus on the same property. Both funeral services were attended by the deceased person’s body. Henry Langreck, the son of John and Mary Meivers Langreck, was born on January 12, 1890 in the town of Lucas, Iowa. Henry Langreck attended the local schools in the area during his childhood and acquired his education there.
After moving to Clark County, he followed in the footsteps of his parents and settled down in the ridge community that is located to the east of Neillsville. The ceremony was held on November 28, 1916 in Neillsville, and the bride was formerly known by the name Mary A. Mueller before her marriage. The couple worked as farmers on the property in the Town of Grant for a significant portion of their lives before moving to the city.
After continuing to assist on the farm until his deteriorating health caused him to cease, Mr. Langreck moved into the Memorial Home on May 1st after continuing to do so until that point. In the Catholic Church of St. Mary’s, which he was a member of, he was involved in the Holy Name Society as an active member. In addition to being survived by his spouse, he is also left behind by seven children: Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Resong of Neillsville, Mrs. John (Marie) Resong of Neillsville