Note: Otto John Zanzinger 1889-1944
Jon Saunders - Nov 16, 2006 View | Viewers Categories: First Generation Milton, The Burdick Corporation "The Milton Junction Telephone", Milton Junction, WI, Thursday, Mar. 16, 1944, p 1.
Otto J. Zanzinger, who suffered a cerebral hemorrhage Sunday in his home in Milton and was taken to Mercy hospital, died there shortly after midnight. He was alone at the time he was stricken, his wife being in Mercy hospital where she had submitted to an operation last Thursday, but he managed to call the doctor. The son of John and Emma Zanzinger, Otto was born in Milton, Dec. 10, 1889 and in 1911 was married to Ida Bentz. For the past 22 years he had been employed as shipping clerk by the Burdick corporation. He was a member of St. John's Ev. Lutheran church. Besides his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Robert Garnett, Milton; a son, A/C Chester Zanzinger, who has been transferred recently from Amarillo, Texas, to Missoula, Mont.; two brothers, John of Rockford and Henry of Belleville; five sisters, Mrs. Robert Lyke of Edgerton, Mrs. Della Hassinger of Rockford, Mrs. R. A. Hudson and Mrs. Otto Plantikow of Milton, and Mrs. Ida Klitzkie, Milton Junction; also a grandson, Gary Garnett, Milton. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday in the Lutheran church, Milton, Rev. H. C. Schumacher officiating. Burial will be in Milton cemetery, pallbearers being E. E. Anderson, A. F. Blomgren, L. L. Loofboro, J. E. Marshall, C. C. Burdick and Stanley Fox, all associated with the Burdick corporation. The son, Chester, is expected to arrive home tonight. He telephoned from St. Paul this morning that he had been delayed ten hours as his train had jumped the track in Dakota.
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