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Melvin Max Wolf

1920 - 2000


Melvin Max Wolf, 79, 1211 Ochs Court, Watertown, died March 17, 2000, at Watertown Memorial Hospital.


Funeral services were at Christ United Methodist Church in Watertown with the Rev. Carol S. McDonald officiating.  Burial took place at the Oak Hill Cemetery.


In lieu of flowers memorials were to be made to the Alzheimer's Association or to the Christ United Methodist Church of Watertown.


The Hafemeister Funeral Home served the family.


He was born November 8, 1920, on Tivoli Island, the son of Max and Mary (Rose) Wolf. He married Rosalie Irene Beaudoin on October 5, 1943, at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church in Watertown.  He worked as owner and operator of Mel's Bus Service and the Watertown City Bus Lines.  He was a member of Christ United Methodist Church of Watertown, the American Legion #189, the Watertown Elk's Club and Moose Lodge and was a former member of the Watertown Lion's Club.  He served in the United States Army Air Corps and was a 1938 graduate of the Watertown High School.


Survivors include his wife, Rosalie of Watertown; two daughters, Joan (Joe) Meyers, Watertown; Kris (Craig) Clausen, Watertown; two sons, Ron (Joan) of Kaneoho, Hawaii; Andy (Julie), Hensley, Ark.; three sisters, Margaret Wolf Schlesner, Marion Wolf and Helen Wolf, all of Watertown; six grandchildren; one step-grandchild; five great-grandchildren and one step grandchild.


He was preceded in death by his parents and one son, David.




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