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Rick) Van Heukelom of Grand Haven, MI and Lori (Mrs. There are five brothers and seven sisters residing in Arkansas, and four grandchildren. She also was active in the International Visitor program with the U. State Department and helped initiate the Thanksgiving program for inviting international students from the Chicago area to Sterling-Rock Falls. Burial will be in Oak Knoll Memorial Park in Sterling.
Stan married Marjorie Juist on May 11, 1948 in Fulton. Later he owned and operated Bielema Oil Company in Fulton for many years.
Most recently, he owned and operated Blackboard Maintenance Company in Fulton until retiring. Burial will be in the Riverside Cemetery in Sterling. She was a baptized member of the First Nazarene Church and a fifth grade student at Dillon School.
He was a thirty year charter member of Fulton Country Club. She married George Billeaux on Oct 4, 1934, in Bloomington. [Contributed by Barbara Nugent Sterling Daily Gazette Feb 17, 1986] PEGGY SUE BILLINGS Funeral arrangements are complete for Peggy Sue Billings, 10, daughter of Mr.
He enjoyed golfing, fishing with his grandchildren, and many happy hours of playing cards with friends and family. They moved to Sterling in 1937 and four years later moved to Rock Falls. Biller was born March 23, 1914 in Sterling, the daughter of Onke Meiners and Bertha Marie (Frerichs) Heilener.
She was preceded in death by two sisters, Ruby Pessman and Elizabeth Mc Donald; and eight brothers, Ren, George, Henry, John, Clarence, Charles and Garrett Ottens, and one brother in infancy. She is survived by her parents of Prophetstown; one sister, Brandi, at home; three brothers, Bart, Prophetstown; Barry Springfield; Bret, a student at University of Iowa; her grandparents, Richard and Henrietta Bielema, Morrison; one nephew, Schuyler Bielema. Memorials may be made to Unity Christian School, Fulton. Bills came to Illinois in the fall of 1867 and settled in Genesee. Monday (July 7, 1952) in Sherman hospital in Elgin. Bills had lived at Elgin since leaving Dixon in 1950. Bills and his family moved to Dixon in 1925, where he became a partner in the Keyes-Bills Realty Co. Bills was in the hardware implement business in Milledgeville for 25 years.