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12 October 1979
Funeral Card of PAUL NUSS
(handwritten - Born) July 20, 1910 - Russell Ks.
(handwritten - Died) October 12, 1979 - Great Bend, Ks.
Services: Monday, October 15, 1979
Emmanuel American Lutheran Church, 
Milberger, Kansas 1:30 p.m.
Clergyman: Pastor Robert Kreier
Music: Mrs. Rose Funk, Organist

Honorary Casket Bearers: Kurtis Nuss, Steve Nettleingham, Ronald Nuss, Kent 
Nettleingham, Keith Nuss, Curtis Wiedeman, Monte Nuss, Helton Glynn, Mark Ness, Mike Maier.

Casket Bearers: LaVerne Nettleingham, Leland Nuss, Marvin Wiedeman, Vernon Popp, Wayne Nuss, Donald Popp
Interment: Milberger Cemetery, Milberger, 
Russell County, Kansas (handwritten - Lutheran Church)
Arrangements: Nicholson-Riche Funeral Home, Hoisington, Kansas.

Written on the cemetery card:
Quartet sang "Abide With Me" and
"Wenn der Herr die Seiven Rufet Bin Ich Da." in German
Baptized Aug. 7, 1910
Confirmed April 5, 1925"
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack

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