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|13851||(Research):Gospel Herald - Volume LXIV, Number 46 - November 23, 1971 - pages 994-996|
Zook, Albert Emmanuel, son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Smucker) Zook. was born at Howard County, Ind., Oct. 4, 1879; died at Mercy Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa, Oct. 3, 1971; aged 91 y. 11 m. 29 d. On Nov. 23, 1913, he was married to Leah M. Yoder, who preceded him in death in 1960. Surviving are 2 sons (Floyd and Allen), 2 daughters (Velma - Mrs. Neil Bender and Elsie), 10 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren, and one sister. An infant son preceded him in death. He was a member of the Wellman Mennonite Church, where funeral services were held Oct. 6, in charge of Keith Zook and Ronald L. Kennel; interment in Wellman Mennonite Cemetery.
|13852||(Research):Gospel Herald - Vol. XVII, No. 25 - September 25, 1924 - pages 512|
Zook.--Eli, son of Jacob and Mary Zook, was born in Howard co., Ind., Nov. 9, 1870; died Sept. 9, 1924; aged 53 y. 10 m. In 1897 he united with Hopedale (Ill.) congregation, and on Nov. 24, 1900, at White Cloud, Mich., he was ordained deacon of the Mennonite Church by Bishop Peter Lehman of Goshen, Ind. From Indiana the family moved to White Cloud, Mich., where they resided for eleven years, when they moved to Kent Co., Mich, where they have lived about thirteen years. In January, 1989, he was united in marriage to Fannie Miller of La Grange Co., Ind. Two children were born to this union. He leaves his widow, one son (Daniel), one daughter (Ruth, married to Albert Bleam), three grandchildren (Lillian, Wilma, and Velma), one brother (Daniel), three sisters (Rose, Mary, and Susie). He was a devoted husband, a kind father, a faithful friend and an earnest Christian. Funeral at the Mennonite Church at Elmdale, Mich., by Aldus Brackbill and E. A. Bontrager. Text. II Tim. 4:7,8. Burial in cemetery nearby.
|13853||(Research):Gospel Herald - Volume 85, Number 46 - November 24, 1992, page 14.|
Snyder, Gladys D. (Zook), 93, Hesston, Kan. Born: May 9, 1899, Harrisonville, Md., to Jonathon and Carrie (King) Zook. Died: Sept. 25, 1992, Hesston, Kan. Survivors - children: Kenneth, Melvin, Alta Krabill, Lois Birkey, Alma Schloneger; 25 grand children, 39 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by: Bert D. Snyder (husband) and Alan Snyder (son). Funeral: Sept. 28, Schowalter Villa, by Murray Krabill and Vernon Lohrentz. Burial: Eastlawn Cemetery.
|13854||(Research):Gospel Herald - Volume VIII, Number 43 - January 20, 1916 - page 703-704|
Byler. - Lydia, wife of Abiah D. Byler, was born in Mifflin Co., Pa., Nov. 29, 1862; died Dec. 24, 1915; aged 53 y. 25 d. She was the daughter of Jonas and Barbara Zook. To this union were born 5 sons and 4 daughters. She was so unfortunate as to suffer severely for thirteen weeks from the effects of a paralytic stroke and was confined to her chair until death relieved her. She had an earnest and longing desire to depart from this life and be with her Savior, Jesus Christ. She passed away with a bright hope of entering into immortal glory. She was a member of the Locust Grove Church, was always present until she became so suddenly afflicted. The corpse was held in the home over Christmas which seemed doubly sad. The family has the sympathy of the whole community. Funeral services were held from the Locust Grove Church, Dec. 26, services were conducted at the home by John L. Mast and at the church by Jonas D. Yoder, Samuel T. Yoder and E. H. Kanagy, after which she was peaceably laid to rest in the cemetery near by.
|13855||(Research):Gospel Herald, - Vol. XXXVII, No . 28 - October 13, 1944, page 567, 568|
Miller.-Mattie M., daughter of John and Fannie (Lantz) Zook, was born in Champaign Co., Ohio, Oct. 8, 1868; died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Kauffman, near Hutchinson, Kans.; Sept. 14, 1944; aged 75 y. 11 m. 6 d. In 1885 she moved with her parents to Cass Co., Mo., near Garden City. At the age of seventeen she confessed Christ as her Saviour and united with the Mennonite Church. On March 7, 1889, she was united in marriage to Levi J. Miller. To this union 10 children were born: Carrie Kropf, Halsey, Oreg.; Ada Shetler, Hesston, Kans.; John E., Filer, Ida.; Ora A., Kalispell, Mont.; Allie Kauffman, Hutchinson, Kans.; Emery T., Twin Falls, Ida.; Samuel A., Kalispell, Mont.; Edna Wideman, Unionville, Ont.; Floyd E., Windom, Kans.; and Joe D., Filer, Ida. She was the first to break the family circle. She also leaves 2 brothers (Menno S. and Jonathan T., La Junta, Colo.), 60 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. Two grandchildren preceded her in death in infancy. She was a faithful wife and mother, often caring for the home and children while her husband was away preaching the Gospel. Her health began to fail in February, and when she was not able to perform her home duties, she and her husband went to Oregon for seven weeks. Afterwards they came to Kansas to make their home with their daughter. The cause of her death was hardening of the arteries. During her last days she often said that she wanted to go to Jesus. Funeral services were held at the Yoder Church, conducted by Sanford E. King and Harry A. Diener. Text, Prov. 31:29. Interment was made in the Yoder Cemetery.
|13856||(Research):Gospel Herald - Volume LXII, Number 18 - May 6, 1969 - pages 419, 420|
Yoder, Mary M., daughter of Solomon and Nancy (Kauffman) Zook, was born at Allensville, Pa., May 2 1888; died at Mifflintown, Pa., Apr. 5, 1969; aged 80 y. 11 m. 3 d. On July 20, 1911, she was married to Reuben K. Yoder, who died in 1958. Surviving are 7 children (Arvilla - Mrs. Trennis King, Elmer, Elton, Merle, Pauline - Mrs. Paul King, Mrs. Lola Goss, and Lucille - Mrs. Robert Gotwals). She was a member of the Maple Grove Church. Funeral services were held at the Baggus Funeral Home, Belleville, Pa., Apr. 8, with Waldo E. Miller officiating; interment in Locust Grove Cemetery.
|Mary Mae Zook
|13857||(Research):Russell Leon Zook Sr.|
1944 - 2008
Russell Leon Zook Sr., 64, of Haskins, Iowa, died Monday, December 29, 2008, in the Washington County Hospital.
His body has been cremated, and a memorial service was held Saturday, January 3, 2009, in the Beatty Funeral Home, Washington. Rev. Fr. Rich Adam officiated. Burial will be at a later date. A general memorial fund in the name of Russell Leon Zook Sr. has been established.
Russell Zook was born May 17, 1944, in Iowa City, Iowa, the son of Floyd A. and Arvilla (Snyder) Zook. He resided in Haskins most of his life and was an independent truck driver.
|Russell Leon Zook
|13858||(Research):Gospel Herald, July 9, 1936 - Vol. XXIX, No.15 - page 334, 335Miller.-Sarah A., daughter of Solomon and Elizabeth (Kurtz) Zook, was born near New Wilmington, Pa., May 19, 1859; died June 4, 1936; aged 77 y. 16 d. In her youth she accepted Christ as her personal Savior and united with the Maple Grove Mennonite Church of which she was a faithful member until death. On Feb. 1, 1883, she was united in marriage to Samuel S. Miller who preceded her in death May 2, 1936. She leaves to mourn her departure 3 sons, 3 daughters, 22 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, 1 sister (Mrs. Emma Kanagy). Funeral services were conducted June 6 by E. F. Hartzler, E. J. Zook, and E. F. Zook.||Sarah A. Zook
|13859||(Research):Herald Of Truth , Vol. XXIX, No. 5, March 1, 1892 page 77, 78, 79ZOOK.-- Near Wilmington, Lawrence Co., Pa., of Locomotor Ataxa, Solomon Zook. He was born in Mifflin Co., Pa., Feb. 17, 1829, and died Jan. 3, 1892, aged 62 years, 10 months and 17 days. He was married to Elizabeth Kurtz and lived in matrimony 36 years and 7 days. He was a faithful member of the Amish Mennonite church. He was the father of five children (one son and four daughters), of whom four daughters survive him. He had nine grandchildren. Bro. Zook suffered more than pen can describe the last six years, often walking from twelve to fourteen hours at one time to ease his pain. Sometimes he would fall to the floor where he would lie helpless till some one came and lifted him to his feet. His suffering was such that he could not lie down, so he had to rest on a chair. He often wished he could go home and be at rest with Christ. The last year of his life his limbs were very much swollen. He was very much concerned about the church and often admonished the minister to be faithful, that the church would not become conformed to this world, but be faithful to the teachings of Christ. He bore his suffering with great patience. On the evening of Oct. 4, 1891, he partook of the emblems of the broken body and shed blood of Christ. Funeral services were held Jan. 5 by Randolph Byler and J. R. Zook, from 2 Cor. 5:1-10, and Rev. 20:12-15, and 21:1-4.||Solomon Zook
|13860||(Research):Gospel Herald - Volume IX, Number 3 - April 20, 1916 - pages 54,55|
Zook. - Solomon A. Zook was born Mar. 12, 1846, in Mifflin Co., Pa.; died Mar. 28, 1916, at the home of his son, Samuel J. Zook, east of West Liberty, Ohio: aged 70 y. and 16 d. On Dec. 3, 1915, he suffered a stroke of paralysis and since that time his health gradually failed until death relieved him. He was married to Nancy Kauffman Jan. 25, 1869. To this union were born 7 children, one of whom died in infancy. He united with the Amish Mennonite Church while yet a young man and remained a faithful member. He possessed a kind, loving, cheerful disposition, always having a pleasant smile and word for both old and young. Especially was he a friend of children. None knew him but to love him, none named him but to praise. He leaves to mourn his departure his wife, 5 sons, and 1 daughter (Thomas K., Samuel J., Solomon L., David M., Isaac, Mrs. Mary W. Yoder). Also 11 grandchildren, 5 brothers, 1 sister, and many friends.
"Dearest father, thou hast left us,
And thy loss we deeply feel,
But 'tis God who hath bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal."
Funeral services at Oak Grove Church Mar. 31, in charge of Bro. S. E. Allgyer, assisted by Bro. J. J. Warye. The interment was made at the Hooley graveyard.
|Solomon A. Zook
|13861||(Research):Gospel Herald - Volume 65, Number 36 - September 12, 1972, page 730.|
Zuercher.- Isaac, son of David and Catherine (Zimmerly) Zuercher, was born near Orrville, Ohio, July 30, 1894; died at Barberton Citizens' Hospital from injuries received in an automobile accident near his home, Aug. 12, 1972; aged 78 y. 13 d. On Aug. 10, 1919, he was married to Emma Lehman, who survives. Also surviving are four sons (Orren, Ellis, Arlin, and Clayton), one daughter (Ada-Mrs. Elvin Burkholder), 20 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, one brother (Enos), and one sister (Leah-Mrs. Reuben Lehman). He was preceded in death by one daughter (Mary Irene), 2 grandsons, one brother (Edwin), and an infant sister (Elizabeth). In May 1938 he was ordained to the ministry of the Kidron Mennonite Church, where he served until his retirement in 1964. Funeral services were held at the Kidron Mennonite Church, Aug. 15, in charge of Reuben Hofstetter, Bill Detweiler, and Stanford Mumaw; interment in the Kidron Church Cemetery.
|13862||Karen has a son Zachary Zugaj born Jan. 11, 1995 in Cambridge, Ontario.||Karen Zugaj