Kuntzelman, in the mid-70s, 120 S. Church St., was pronounced
dead at 1:30 p.m. Monday in her apartment.
County coroner's office said her death was from natural causes.
deputy coroner, said the office has been unable to locate
any surviving relatives. She requested that any survivors
get in touch with the coroner's office in the Public Safety
Building by phone.
was found by two drivers of the Protestant Community Service
Meals on Wheels program, when they arrived to deliver a hot
meal to her.
service was arranged some time ago by representatives of her
bank, concerned with her welfare in recent weeks.
in her clothing, some from stores now out of business here,
indicated she lived in the Rockford area some time.
[offered by Thelma Thomas Livingston/Carole
--Mrs. Luella Kuntzelman, 85, 120 S. Church st., was pronounced
dead at 1:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12, 1977, in her apartment. Born
Dec. 6, 1892, in Davis Junction, daughter of Adam and Minnie
Geishert. Lived all her life in the Rockford area. Her husband,
in Rockford, Oct. 31, 1952. Survivors include a nephew, Everett
Geishert, Rockford, and three nieces, Mrs. Evelyn Madden, Loves
Park, Mrs. Merlette Lightcap, Rockford, and Mrs. Rose Noble,
Geneseo. Also predeceased by 13 brothers and sisters.
at 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 15, in FRED C. OLSON MORTUARY, 1001
2nd Ave., with the Rev. Joseph A. Holub, associate
pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial in
Big Mound Cemetery, Holcom. No visitation. [offered
by Thelma Thomas Livingston/Carole Ann Heller]