Idaho County Free Press

Thursday, September 25, 1958

 

ANNE VON BERGE

CLAIMED BY DEATH

 

  MISS ANNE VON BERGE, 70, died Sunday at St. Mary's Hospital, Cottonwood, where she had been a patient a few days.

  Anne Von Berge was born January 9, 1879 in Chicago, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Von Berge. She came to Camas Prairie with her parents as a young child in 1882. The Von Berges homesteaded near the present site of Fenn.

  Miss Anne has lived on the home place since coming to Idaho. She attended the Lake, Denver, and Grangeville schools, and was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Grangeville.

  Miss Von Berge is survived by three sisters; Miss Addie Von Berge of Fenn; Mrs. Millie McGrane, Lewiston; Mrs. Helena Hauger, Portland, and seven nieces and nephews.

  Funeral services for Miss Von Berge were held Wednesday afternoon at the Robertson-Hansen Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Otto Blessin, of the Trinity Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial was at Denver Cemetery.

  Pallbearers at the services for Anne Von Berge were Dale Eimers, Frank Howard, Sr., Coy Cole, Jack Huntly, Earl McDonald, and Sam Alm.

  Esther Von Bargen presided at the organ, and Barbara Stegner sang.

 

 Submitted by Chris Cornett

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