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Percy 'Pete' Raymond, 68,
died at his home in Boone, Iowa 06 November
He was born 25 July 1939 in Granite City, IL and served 21 years in with
the United States Air Force. He was stationed at Bremerhaven Germany,
and married Hannelore Cordes on June 6, 1962 in Ramstein, Germany. He
was also a veteran of the Viet Nam conflict.
Pete retired in 2006 from Quinn Machinery of Boone, IA after 21 years with them as a machinist.
Pete is survived by his wife, Hanalore, 3 daughters: Jennifer Pritchard, Bridgett (Sam) Hill of Boone, Ia; and Patricia Wittmann of Orlando, Fl. Two sons: Gary (Kathy) Bugger and Timothy (Robin) Bugger both of Boone, IA; a brother Butch Bugger of Colorado, and two sisters, Nancy Schiefer of Lebanon, IL and Katherine Koonce of Troy, IL. and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
74, died in
On retirement Vince and his family moved to Colorado where he began
working for the Federal Protective Service, the police arm of the General
Services Administration. Margrit died of throat cancer in 1985 and
in 1986 Vince married his second wife, Susan, and gained his two
daughters, Kerith and Lisa.
Memorial Contributions may be sent to University Park United Methodist Church, The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, 1835 Franklin Street, Denver, CO 80218 or the American Heart Association.
2001 - OBITUARIES
BURGER, William "Bill" G., 66, died in 2001 of heart failure at Ochaner Foundation Hospital. Mr. Burger was born in Alliance, Ohio, and lived in Metairie for the past 43 years. He served in the Marine Corps for a year and the Air Force for four years (Charley Trick 1955-57). He was a salesman for Borden Company.
Survivors include his wife, Lorraine Savoie Burger; two sons, William "Bill" G. Burger Jr. and Kenneth J. Burger; one daughter, Michelle Burger Coniglio; two sisters, Milreda Huffman of Alliance and Karilyn Williams of Massilon, OH; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
NIEZNALSKI, John J., 72, died died in 2001 at his home in Cicero, NY. Born in Syracuse, he lived in Cicero for 40 years. He worked for Continental Corrugated and owned Uncommon Cartons Box Co., Syracuse. He served 4 years in the Air Force and was at Bremerhaven, Germany in 1952.
Survivors include his wife, the former Barbara Ferris; a daughter, Catherine Bonoffski of Oswego; two sons, Stephen of Sarasota, FL, and Greg of Watsonville, CA; two sisters, Genevieve Groth and Helen Kondra, both of Syracuse; a brother, Joseph of California and three grandchildren.
WIGGINS, Dorman Elmo 'Bud', died in Minneapolis, MN on 22 July 2000. He joined the Army Air Corps in 1940 and held the rank of Technical Sergeant when he reenlisted in 1945. Bud also served in the United States Air Force at Bremerhaven, Germany from 1954 to 1957. As Master Sergeant he held the position of NCO-In-Charge of Operations.
Survivors include his 3 children: Gary Dorman Wiggins, Bloomington, IN; Dwight Ellis Wiggins, Ft. Baker, CA; and Lee Carroll Wiggins, Minneapolis, MN.
Burial is at Ft. Snelling National Cemetery, Hennepin Co. MN
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