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Heldigarde KLOECKNER Aeschlimann-96
Heldigarde Kloeckner-96
B. 1 Dec 1922
Living

Children:
1. Living-169
2. Living-170

 
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Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
Rev. Otto KLOECKNER-94
B. 13 Jan 1857
Darmstad, Hesse, Germany
D. 17 Aug 1931
Bethune, Colorado
Walter KLOECKNER-93
B. Aug. 13, 1887
Pittsburg, Kansas
D. 23 Dec 1936
Father
Josephine LOMPE-95
(Josephine Caroline Johanna)
B. 26 Apr 1858
Melsungen, Hesse, Germany
D. 6 Aug 1913
Emerald, Nebraska
Heldigarde Kloeckner-96
B. 1 Dec 1922
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Franz (Frank) Krämer, Sr-67
B. 26 Dec 1853
Russia
D.14 Dec 1933
Bethune, Colorado
Pauline KRAMER-89
B. 10 Apr 1902
Yale, Bethune, Colorado
D. 19 Dec 1990
Burlington, Colorado
Fredericka ADOLF-68
B. 26 Dec 1860
Bessarabia, South Russia
D. 30 Nov 1916
Bethune, Colorado
Grandmother
Spouse
Married: 20 Sep 1944  
[Cert# 559]
Bethune, Colorado
Orvel AESCHLIMANN-100
B. 17 Nov 1920
Diller, Nebraska
D. 25 May 2010
Burlington, Colorado
     
 
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Orvel AESCHLIMANN
1920 - May 2010

Lifelong Kit Carson County resident Orvel Arthur Aeschlimann passed away on May 25, 2010 at the Grace Manor Care Center in Burlington. He was 89 years old. Orvel was born on November 17, 1920 in Diller, Nebraska to Rudolph and Martha (Schnuelle) Aeschlimann. He was one of three sons born to this union. In 1930, the family moved from Nebraska to the family farm east of Burlington where he lived his entire life. Orvel attended and graduated from Kanorado High School in 1938.

On September 20, 1944, Orvel married Hildegarde Kloeckner. To this union two sons William and Rodney were born. Orvel was a wheat farmer and a rancher all his life. He was also involved in many organizations throughout his lifetime. He was president ofthe Kit Carson County Farm Bureau, he was on the ASCS state committee, he was on the Kanorado Coop Association Board for 26 years, served as a 4-H leader and was also member of First St. Paul's Lutheran Church, and served many different positions on the Church Council. He also sold registered and certified seed wheat, and the family would also supply the entire surrounding area with farm fresh eggs several times a week.

Orvel is preceded in death by his parents, and both brothers Armand and Edwin Aeschlimann. He is survived by his loving wife of65 years, Hildegarde of the home, and two sons Bill and his wife Karol Aeschlimann of Hurley, South Dakota and Rod and his wife Vickie Aeschlimann of Reno, Nevada. He is also survived by five grandchildren and five great grandchildren.