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Anna Marguerite Adler, 72, died Feb. 21, 2000, following surgery at Seattle, Wash.

Born June 27, 1927, in Catlin Township, Marion County, she was the youngest child of Dietrich Bergman and Tena (Bagenski) Rempel.

She grew up and worked in Marion County until her marriage to Marvin Eugene Hett on Nov. 24, 1945. Her only daughter, Beverly, was born June 18, 1947, in Virginia while her husband was in the Navy.

Following a divorce, she was married to Robert Karlowski on April 9, 1949, at Wichita. In 1987 she was married to Vance Adler in Suquamish, Wash. While living in Marion she worked at Coons Restaurant, and later in the aircraft industry at Wichita and Seattle. She also was in the real estate business in Seattle and New Orleans, and was one of the first women to manage a McDonald's fast food facility in Seattle.

She did Red Cross volunteer work and was a member of the Women's Auxiliary of the Angel Lake Volunteer Fire Department. She also was a member of Delta Rho chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha.  Her hobbies included square dancing, gardening, and golf.

Survivors include her daughter, Beverly (Hett) Hagemeister; three granddaughters; and two great grandsons; all of Washington state; one sister, Nettie Rittel of Marion; one brother, George Rempel of Walnut Creek, Calif.; and nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, Abe, Edward, and Duke Rempel; and three sisters, Tena "Lucille" Olsen, Sarah Nickel, and Dorothy Williams.

Services were held Friday in Seattle and Tuesday at Valley United Methodist Church in Marion with the Rev. Lance Carrithers officiating. Burial was in Marion Cemetery.  Memorial contributes may be made to the Special Olympics. 
Transcribed and Contributed by Janice Reading

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