Note: Obituary from Remsen Bell Funeral services for Frank Roling, 62, farmer and lifelong resident of the Remsen community who died unexpectedly Thursday evening, Feb 1, After suffering a heart attach were held Monday at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Rt. Rev. Msgr. Francis P. Schultes officiated and burial was in the parish cemetery. Rosary was recited at 8 P.M. Saturday and Sunday at the Fisch funeral home. Mr. Roling was stricken as he sat down to eat with a group at the Frontier steakhouse a mile east of Remsen. He was born July 25, 1899, on a farm near here and married Catherine Rodesch of Remsen January 21, 1925. They had farmed here ever since. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and The Luxembourg Brotherhood and a member of the board of directors of the Remsen Mutual Insurance Association for 14 years until his death. Mr. Roling a native here and from one of our prominent and best families, was a man of exemplary habits, a devoted family man and a companion of many; always welcome into the social circle. His early and untimely death brought untold sorrow to those near and dear to him and general regrets among the populace. Survivors include the widow; three daughters, Mrs. Melvin Mortensen of Edgerton, Minn.; Mrs. Walter Klasche of Marcus, Iowa and Mrs. Thomas Boever of Dubuque, Iowa; his mother Mrs. Mary Roling, Remsen; six sisters, Mrs. Frank Nacke, Mrs. Tony Pick, Mrs. Paul Rodesch, Mrs. Albert Siefke, Mrs. Ernest Groepper, all of Remsen, and Mrs. Aloysius Tentinger of Marcus; Two brothers, Lawrence of Remsen and Gilbert of Kingsley, IA. and nine grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, the late Fred Roling, prominent local farmer here for many years, and who died December 4, 1951. Pallbearers were six nephews-- Frank Nacke Jr., Alfred Pick, Larry Rodesch, and Fred Roling all of Remsen; Frederick Tentinger of Marcus and Elroy Roling of Kingsley.
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