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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.
[Obituary contributed by Joyce Kimmel] ANNA (BALK) BIELEMA - Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the Spring Valley church north of Morrison, for Mrs. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents. Taylor - The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois October 23, 1990 - Tuesday, pg A2] DAN E. He was preceded in death by two sisters and three brothers. He was a member of First Reformed Church, Fulton, Mount Carroll American Legion, Carroll County Farm Bureau and former member of Fulton Country Club and Spring Valley Reformed Church, Fulton. In 1875 he retired and moved to Sterling where he has since resided. Bills was for many years a member of the Fourth St. A few years later he bought the interest of Charles E. He was a life member of the Masonic lodge in Milledgeville and received a 50 year pin from the lodge.
He also served as trustee and Fulton Township Supervisor for many years. 12, 1914 in Elmwood, the daughter of Don and Elmy (Kjellenberg) Worley. and Johann D., both of Rock Falls, and George E., Milledgeville; 15 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held Friday afternoon at two o'clock at the home of C.
He was a past member of the board of directors of the Riverbend School District, Harbor Crest Nursing Home, Fulton Township Cemetery, Words of Hope Ministry, and Camp Manitoqua Christian Day Camp in Frankfort, IL. She grew up in Buda, graduating from Buda High School in 1932. She was preceded in death by her parents, one daughter, one great-granddaughter, four brothers and two sisters.
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. She was a former member of the First Christian Reformed Church, in Fulton, and the church's Dorcas Society. ([Contributed by Barbara Nugent - Sterling Daily Gazette Obituary, Saturday, March 20, 1943, 4;2] BETSY LYNN BIELEMA, 27, formerly of Prophetstown, died Saturday in Seattle, Wash. Thursday at Leon United Methodist Church, with the Rev. She was a resident of Seattle approximately four years, where she was employed in the accounting department of the King Broadcasting Co. Frances Hill of Elgin and two grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. She was member of the Unity Christian School Auxillary. Len Rhoda (Leona) of Sioux Center, IA; one son, Robert Bielema of Le Mars, IA.; three grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Arink officiated and committal was in the Fulton Cemetery. Bielema passed away Tuesday evening following a lingering illness. While she was in Seattle she was very involved in the I Have A Dream Foundation, working and tutoring inner city children, and also was a volunteer in rejuvenation projects involving homes and apartments. BIELEMA, 53, OF 18725 Sand Road, Fulton, IL, died Tuesday, December 6, 2005 at Mercy Medical Center North in Clinton, IA. He was educated in the Fulton Christian grade school. DONALD BIELEMA, 81, of 1511 Fourth St., Fulton, died Tuesday, April 17, 2001 at his home. 29, 1920, in Ustick Township, Whiteside county, the son of Clarence and Ann (Balk) Bielema. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Judy (John) Eaton of Mount Carroll and Cindy (Kurt) Beck of Savanna; a son, David (Donna) Bielema of Mount Carroll, a step-daughter, Marcia Renkes of Morrison; a stepson, Dale (Carol) Wiersema of Minneapolis; two sisters, Ruth (Robert) Venema of Fulton and Esther (David) Ebbers of Morrison; three brothers, Howard (Doris) Bielema of Morrison, Stan (Marge) Bielema and Kenneth Bielema, both of Fulton; seven grandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; two great-grandchildren, and two step-great-grandchildren. Friday at the Fulton Chapel of the Bosma-Renkes Funeral Home, with the Rev. Methodist church, although for the past few years unable to attend services. He joined the Methodist Church at Milledgeville and upon moving he transferred his membership to the Dixon Methodist Church. Bills was always active in the church and had held many official positions. Dan was born July 30, 1952, in Clinton, IA to Kenneth and Jacqueline (Brondyke) Bielema. He was a lifetime farmer, first in the Garden Plain area, then in rural Mount Carroll area for 40 years. He married Ella Mae Huizenga on Feb 24, 1948, in Garden Plain. Philip Sneller, pastor of First Reformed Church, Fulton, officiating. [Contributed by Barbara Nugent Sterling Daily Gazette Obituary, Thursday, A2;2] HOWARD BIELEMA,, 69, of 2551 Rock road, Erie, died Saturday, Nov 6, 1999, at Mercy Medical Center North, Clinton, Iowa. He was a man greatly respected by all who knew him, honest, sincere and earnest, hardworking and a friend of all. [Contributed by Karen Fyock - Dated April 1904 (Anment/Aument spelled both ways in obit.) Scrapbook Clipping] FRANCIS (PARRISH) BILLS, passed away at her home Sunday morning at o'clock after a long illness with consumption of the bowels. She was possessed of that disposition which made friends of all who knew her. Born October 16, 1877 on a farm north of Round Grove, Whiteside County, he was a son of Mr.