Naneen Davis
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Birth:  1889
Death:  1960

 
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 Parents:
  Franklin Reid Davis (1851 - 1916)
  Nellie L Davis (1857 - 1891)
 
 Sibling:
  Marian C. Davis (1884 - 1956)*
  Naneen Davis (1889 - 1960)
 
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Burial:
Elmwood Cemetery 
Waterloo
Black Hawk County
Iowa, USA
 
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Our Vocal Music teacher 

Adalene E Wagner
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Birth:  1903
Death:  1995

 
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 Parents:
  George A Wagner (1877 - 1937)
  Mae E Wagner (1877 - 1946)
 
Burial:
Riverside Cemetery 
Marshalltown
Marshall County
Iowa, USA
 
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She was the head of the English Department in 1950

Adalene E Wagner
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Birth:  1903
Death:  1995

 
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 Parents:
  George A Wagner (1877 - 1937)
  Mae E Wagner (1877 - 1946)
 
Burial:
Riverside Cemetery 
Marshalltown
Marshall County
Iowa, USA
 
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High School football coach that set records with his guidance 1950

Louis Frank Breitbach
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Birth:  Jan. 21, 1918
Independence
Buchanan County
Iowa, USA
Death:  Dec. 31, 2004
Waterloo
Black Hawk County
Iowa, USA

Son of Charles F. & Gertrude Klotz Breitbach
 
 
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 Parents:
  Charles Francis Breitbach (1895 - 1977)
  Gertrude M. Klotz Breitbach (1895 - 1972)
 
 Spouse:
  Ida Hamilton Breitbach (1917 - 2014)*
 
 Children:
  Ben Russell Breitbach (1954 - 1990)*
 
 Siblings:
  Charles Dean Breitbach (1916 - 2000)*
  Louis Frank Breitbach (1918 - 2004)
  Robert James Breitbach (1925 - 1998)*
  Raymond E. Breitbach (1931 - 1991)*
 
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Burial:
Wilson Cemetery 
Independence
Buchanan County
Iowa, USA
 
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Teacher and  Track coach

 
Lyle K Anderson
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Birth:  1911
Death:  1989

 
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 Spouse:
  Kathryn Velma Miller Anderson (1914 - 1993)*
 
 Children:
  James Gordon Anderson (1933 - 1933)*
 
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Burial:
Washington Chapel Cemetery 
Cedar Falls
Black Hawk County
Iowa, USA
 
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