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Otto ZIEGLER-352
Otto Reinold ZIEGLER-352
B. 23 Nov 1908
Bethune, Colorado
D. 21 Jan 1983
Colorado Springs, Colorado

 

Children
1. Ernest (Ernie) Lee ZIEGLER-386
2. Darlene ZIEGLER-387
3. Don J. ZIEGLER-388 
   
 Notes:
Burial Place:
Fairview Cemetery
Burlington, Colorado


Back of grave maker:  Darlene B. 1936

  

Time Line:


 

Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
William ZEIGLER-1147
John ZEIGLER-349
B. 20 Aug 1872
Deniwitz, Russia
D. 14 Jan 1971
Denver, Colorado
Father
Barbara FRIEDRICH -1148
Otto ZIEGLER-352
B. 23 Nov 1908
Bethune, Colorado
D. 21 Jan 1983
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Unknown
Christina BOEPPLE-350
B. 14 Jan 1876
Deniwitz, Russia
D. 19 Nov 1963
Burlington, Colorado
Unknown
Grandmother
Spouse
Married 30 Sep 1932   [Cert# A41]
Burlington, Colorado
Hilda ADOLF-239
B.  26 Sep 1913
Settlement, Bethune, Colorado
D. 16 Dec  2003
Aurora, Colorado
 

Obituary

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Otto Ziegler -- 1983

Funeral services for Otto Ziegler were Tuesday, Jan 25; at 2 p.m. in the Trinity Lutheran Church in Burlington. Officiating was Pastor Robert Graul. Song selections included the choir singing “How Great Thou Art” and the congregation singing “O Master Let me Walk With Thee” and “Beautiful Savior”. The organist was Darlene Smikahl. Casket bearers were Arnold Strobel, Ruben Ziegler, LeRoy Arends, Leland Strobel, Kenny Dobler, Delmer Ziegler. Honorary casket bearers were Albert Strobel, Art Dobler, Carl Arends, Fred Ziegler, Emil Strobel, Ralph Stahlecker, Bill Ziegler and Bill Beines. Hendricks Mortuary was in charge of the arrangements. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery, Burlington.

Otto Reinold Ziegler was born Nov 23, 1908, northwest of Bethune to John and Christina Ziegler on the homestead place. Otto was baptized on Jan 10, 1909, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Bethune. He later confirmed his faith on April 1, 1923. On Sept. 30 1932, in Burlington he was united in marriage to Hilda Viola Adolf. To this union three children were born.

Otto and Hilda made their home on the homestead farm until the dust storms of the 30’s influenced a move to the state of Washington. They later moved back to the farm until 1966, when they moved to Loveland. In 1975 they moved back to Burlington where he finished out his years on earth.

Otto served on the Farm Bureau, R.E.A., Church Council at Immanuel for 20 years. He enjoyed all forms of music. He was a member of the Wagon Wheelers Square Dancers of Burlington and Goodland, he sang in the church choir, played in a band in his younger years playing various string instruments, organ, and trombone. He also fixed clocks, watches and small machines during his retirement years.

Otto was preceded in death by one brother, Richard, and one sister, Clara. Otto Reinold Zielger departed this life Jan. 21, in Colorado Springs, at the age of 74 years, one month and 28 days. Survivors include his wife, Hilda of the home; Ernest of Colorado Springs; Darlene Hendricks of Bethune; and Don J. of Colorado Springs; eight grandchildren – Tryn Pizel, Todd Hendricks, Jeff, Brian and Darren Ziegler, Marlene Ziegler, Kathey and Lilli Ziegler; two great grandchildren – Lakeesh and Mercedes Ziegler; five sisters – Lena Strobel, wife of Albert of Burlington, Anna Strobel, wife of Emil of Bethune, Elma Stahlecker, wife of Ralph of Bethune; Emma Dobler, wife of Art of Burlington, Esther Arends, wife of Carl of Burlington; and two brothers – Bill and Fred of Burlington.

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