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Hendrik Jan (Henry) Hulstein

Landbouwer, zoon van Gerrit Hulstein en Cornelia Verploegh, geboren 12-9-1900 USA IA Sioux Center, overleden 26-2-1959 USA IA Sioux Center en begraven Memory Gardens

Trouwt 9-2-1922 USA IA Sioux Center Alice (Aartje) Juffer, dochter van Aart Juffer - metselaar en Hendrikje Flim, geboren 20-5-1900 NL Hellendoorn [95], overleden 7-1-1994 USA IA Sioux Center en begraven Memory Gardens


  1. Gerrit Robert Hulstein, geboren 13-9-1922 USA IA Perkins, overleden 23-1-2009 USA IA Sioux Center en begraven Memory Gardens
  2. Arthur Ronald Hulstein, geboren 5-9-1927 USA IA Orange City, overleden 18-11-1995 USA IA Orange City en begraven West Lawn Cemetery
  3. Rodney Dean Hulstein, geboren 30-6-1930 USA IA Orange City
  4. Arthea Yvonne Hulstein, geboren 26-7-1933 USA IA Orange City


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Sioux Center Memory Gardens Cemetery, Sioux County, Iowa
Between 2nd and 3rd E-W roads, Row 1 east of west entry road.
Alice 1900-1994 Henry 1900-1959:
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Obituaries of Henry and Alice

Henry Hulstein Dies Unexpectedly Of Heart Ailment; Funeral Monday

Spent Entire Life In This Area

Funeral services were held at the First Reformed church here at 1:30 p.m. Monday for Henry Hulstein, 58, well-known Sioux Center trucker and farmer, who died unexpectedly al his home Thursday afternoon of a heart ailment.

Services were conducted by the Rev. Harry Brower and burial was made in the Sioux Center Community cemetery, with Vander ploeg's Funeral home in charge of arrangements. A brief service was held at the home preceding the service at the church.

Pallbearers were Gerrit Wilmer Hulstein, Gerrit Milton Hulstein, Gerald Bosch, Gary Lehudis, G. W. G. Hulstein, William Boole.

Mr. Hulstein was a life-long resident of Sioux Center community, having been born here September 12, 1900. He grew to manhood on his parents farm and then farmed himself 3/4 miles northeast of Sioux Center for approximately 30 years prior to moving into town. He had been active in trucking for about 10 years.

Mr. Hulstein was married to Alice Juffer February 9, 1922. Three sons and one daughter were born to this union, all of whom survive him along with Mrs. Hulstein. The children are Gerrit Robert of Sioux Center, Art H. of Maurice, Rodney H. of Sioux Center and Arthea, Mrs. Kenneth Raak, of Brookings, S. D. Also surviving him are five grandchildren; five brothers, Cornelus, Conrad and William of Sioux Center, Steve of Orange City, and Raymond of Woodstock, Minn.; and two sisters, Hattie (Mrs. Ralph Kastein) of Rock Rapids, and Johanns (Mrs. George Lehudis) of Sioux Center.

One sister, Pearl (Mrs. Peter Bosch), preceded him in death.

Sioux Center News 1959-02-26.

Alice Hulstein, 93, of Sioux Center, died Friday, Jan. 7, 1993 at the Sioux Center hospital.

Services were held Monday, Jan. 10 at 1:30 p.m. at Faith Christian Reformed Church, Sioux Center. The Rev. Mark DeWitt officiated. Burial was in Memory Gardens Cemetery, Sioux Center under direction of the Vander Ploeg Funeral Home in Sioux Center.

Mrs. Hulstein was born May 20,1900 in The Netherlands, daughter of Aart and Hendrikje (Flim) Juffer. She came to America in 1909 and married Henry G. Hulstein Feb. 9,1922 at Sioux Center. He died Feb. 19, 1959.

She was a member of the First Reformed Church and a former member of the Dorcas Circle.

Survivors include three sons, a daughter and their spouses, Gerrit Robert and Louise of Sioux Center, Art and Harriet of Orange City, and Rodney and Sylvia of Sioux Center, and Arthea and Ken Raak of Worthington, Minn.; 13 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by a greatgrandchild, two sisters and a brother.

Sioux County Captal-Democrat 1994-01-13.

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