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Submitted by Melva L. Taylor

The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois

June 6, 1972 - Tuesday, pg 2 

DELBERT  I.  JAQUET

Delbert I. Jaquet Dies, Funeral On Thursday Afternoon

Delbert I. Jaquet, 65, of 909 W. 12th St., Sterling, died early Tuesday morning in Rock Falls Colonial Acres. 

Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the Bethel Reformed Church of Sterling with the Rev. Sherwin Weener officiating and burial in

Tampico Memorial Cemetery

Friends may call at the Allen Funeral Home from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. The body will be taken to the church at noon on Thursday to lie in state until the hour of services. 

Delbert Jaquet was born Oct. 16, 1906 in Wyanet, the son of Elmer and Francis Whipple Jaquet.  He was a member of the Bethel Reformed Church of Sterling and Union Local at Lawrence Bros., Inc., where he had been employed until his retirement, Oct. 16, 1971.  Mr. Jaquet was united in marriage June 5, 1947 to Kate Norman at Morrison. She survives with six step-children:  John Norman of Morrison, Albert Norman of Toledo, Ohio,  Paul Norman of Countryside, Frank Norman of Sterling, Mrs. Vernon (Josephine) Woodruff of Peoria Heights and Mrs. Charles (Anna Mae) Pace of Rock Island; two sisters, Mrs. Rolla (Irene) Sloat and Mrs. Francis (Edna) Girton of Rock Falls and several grandchildren and great grandchildren.  He was preceded by his parents and one brother Harold in infancy.

1972 - DELBERT I. JAQUET
Submitted by Melva L. Taylor

The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois
June 9, 1972 - Friday, page 2

DELBERT  I.  JAQUET

Funeral services were conducted at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Bethel Reformed Church of Sterling for Delbert I. Jaquet of 909 W. 12th St., Sterling. The body was taken from the Allen Funeral Home at noon to the church to lie in state until the hour of services. The Rev. Sherwin Weener, pastor, officiated, with burial in Tampico Memorial Cemetery.  Mrs. Mary Jean Wiersema was at the organ and Mrs. William Allen sang "Sometime We'll Understand."  Pallbearers were Carl Baylis, Joe Bryant, Chauncy Crowe, Clifford Ennis, William Heintz and Wayne Otten, all former co-workers with Mr. Jaquet at Lawrence Bros., Inc.  Flowers were cared for by Lundstroms. Church usher was Lawrence Hinrichs.

 

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