George B Van Roekel
Geboren 8-4-1888 USA IA Maurice, overleden 4-10-1969 USA IA Orange City en begraven 6-10 Maurice Sherman Township Cemetery
Trouwt 29-1-1913 USA IA Maurice Hattie Van Der Stoep, dochter van Klaas Vander Stoep en Neeltje Noteboom, geboren 26-10-1893 USA IA Maurice, overleden 15-8-1984 en begraven 18-8 USA IA Maurice Sherman Township Cemetery
Hattie hertrouwt 4-6-1970 Rudolph Edward (Rudy) Van Pelt, geboren 17-7-1895 USA IA Pella, overleden 20-7-1987 USA CA Bellflower en begraven 24-7 Whittier Rose Hills Memorial Park
Rudolph trouwde eerder Eva Magdalena Vander Stoep, dochter van Klaas Vander Stoep en Neeltje Noteboom, geboren 10-1-1898 USA IA Maurice, overleden 28-10-1965 USA IA Bellflower en begraven CA Whittier Rose Hills Memorial Park
Services held for Geo. Van Roekel
Funeral services for Mr. George Van Roekel, 81, were held Monday, Oct. 6 at the First Reformed Church at Maurice with the Rev. M. Hoekman officiating. Burial was made at the Sherman Township Cemetery under the direction of the Van Etten Funeral Home.
Pallbearers were Norman Van Ommeren, Alfred Janssen, Pierce Jansma, Jake Foreman, Ted Smits and Gerrit Riphagen.
Special music was furnished by a mixed quartet consisting of Mrs. Jake Foreman, Mrs. Pierce Jansma, James Vlieger and Wallace Muilenburg. Mrs. Wallace Muilenburg was the organist.
Mr. Van Roekel passed away at the Orange City Municipal Hospital on Saturday, Oct. 4, following a lingering illness.
George Van Roekel, son of Bart and Nellie (Van Peursem) Van Roekel was born April 8 1888 at Maurice. He married Hattie Vander Stoep on Jan. 29, 1913.
Surviving are the widow; six children, Mrs. Vernon (Verna) De Kock of Orange City, Wallace of Maurice Mrs. Irwin (Mildred) Reinking of Maurice Howard of Maurice, Mrs. Howard (Esther) Mieras, Mrs. George (Shirley) Dykstra of Sioux City; 20 grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Henry Van Stryland of Orange City and Mrs. Peter Roos of Sheldon; and two brothers, Ben Van Roekel of Orange City and Ernest Van Roekel of Lynden Wash.
Sioux Couny Capital 1969-10-09.
Mrs. Hattie Van Pelt, 90, died Wednesday, Aug. 15 at the Indian Hills Care Center in Sioux City following a lingering illness.
Services were held Saturday, Aug. 18 at 10:30 a.m. at the First Reformed Church in Maurice. Pastor Edward Fikse officiated. Burial was in Sherman Township Cemetery, Maurice, under direction of the Van Gelder Funeral Home, Orange City.
Mrs. Van Pelt was born Oct. 26, 1893, at Maurice, the daughter of Klaas and Neltje (Noteboom) Vander Stoep.
She married George Van Roekel on Jan. 29, 1913 in Maurice. He passed away Oct. 4, 1969.
She married Rudy Van Pelt on June 4, 1970. Most of her life was spent farming in the Maurice area and later retired in Maurice.
She lived in the Pioneer Home until illness made it necessary for her to be moved to the Indian Hills Care Center.
She was a charter member of the First Reformed Church in Maurice, honorary member of the guild of the RCW, also a former member of the Maurice Senior Citizens.
Survivors include her husband, Rudy; four daughters, Mrs. Vernon (Verna) De Kock of Sheldon, Mrs. Irwin (Mildred) Reinking of Maurice, Mrs. Howard (Esther) Mieras and Mrs. George (Shirley) Dykstra, both of Sioux City; a son, Howard Van Roekel of Maurice; 20 grandchildren ; 33 greatgrandchildren and one great-greatgrandchild; two brothers, Arie Vander Stoep of Orange City and Gerrit Vander Stoep of Arizona; three stepsons, Roy Van Pelt of Oregon, Dale Van Pelt and Duane Van Pelt, both of Bellflower, Calif.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Orwin (Arlene) Duistermars of Wellsburg.
She was preceded in death by her husband, George, a son, Wally; two brothers, five sisters and two grandchildren.
Sioux County Capital 1994-08-23.