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Donald Mantz Rites Friday
Area Man Found
Funeral services will be conducted here Friday at at the Schmutzler Funeral Home for Donald C. Mantz, 55, route 1, Johnson Creek who was found dead by morning in a barn on his property.
Coroner Ewald Reichert said there will be no inquest.
He was a graduate of Johnson Creek High School and was confirmed in St. Johnís Lutheran Church at Johnson Creek.† He attended Lawrence College.
Mr. Mantz was a member of the Aztalan Town Board for many years and was highly thought of and respected throughout that area and was a trusted and well liked friend of those who knew him.†
Ladish Plant Employee
For over 15 years he had been employed at the plant of the Ladish Malt Company at Jefferson Junction.
He married Leola Burmaster in 1936.
Surviving are his wife, his mother, Mrs. Nora M. Mantz of Johnson Creek; a son, William R. Mantz at home, and a cousin, Mrs. Clifford Weiss of Jefferson.† His father and a son preceded him in death.†
Mr. Mantz was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Farmington.
The Rev. Franklin Dobratz will officiate at the service here tomorrow. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
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