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Marie van Maanen

Dochter van Hendrik (Henry) van Maanen en Lutchertje (Lucy) Brunsting, geboren 11-11-1903 USA IA Hull, overleden 6-12-1965 USA IA Hull en begraven Hope Cemetery

Trouwt 25-12-1928 USA IA Hull John J Warntjes, zoon van John Warntjes en Martha De Zeeuw, geboren 29-7-1902 USA IA Sioux Sioux Center, overleden 22-4-1986 USA IA Hull en begraven USA IA Sioux Hull Hope Cemetery

Trouwt 16-12-1968 Ellie Dirksen, dochter van Herman Dirksen en Reintje (Rena) Hamstra, weduwnaar van Barney Westra, geboren 31-8-1913 USA IA Ireton, overleden 5-3-2005 USA IA Rock Valley en begraven Valley View Cemetery

Kinderen van Gert en Gerrit:

  1. Lucille Martha Warntjes, geboren 9-3-1930 USA IA Hull, overleden 9-12-2008 USA IA Hull en begraven Hope Cemetery
    Trouwt 25-1-1952 USA IA Hull Melvin John Van Otterloo, zoon van Herman Van Otterloo en Delia Nobel, geboren 12-5-1932 USA IA Sioux County, overleden 19-7-2018 USA IA Sioux Center en begraven USA IA Hull Hope Cemetery
  2. John Henry Warntjes, geboren 22-12-1932 USA IA, overleden 24-4-2009 USA IA Sheldon en begraven USA IA Hull Hope Cemetery
    Trouwt 13-5-1955 USA IA Hull Eleanor Jean Boeve, dochter van Henry en Ella Boeve, geboren 12-5-1932 USA IA Sioux County, overleden 19-7-2018 USA IA Sioux Center en begraven USA IA Hull Hope Cemetery
  3. Marvin Dale Warntjes, geboren 27-6-1936 USA IA Hull, overleden 29-9-1996 USA CO Littleton en begraven USA CO Morrison Mount Lindo Cemetery


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Obituaries of Marie, John and Ellie


Mrs. John J. Warntjes, nee Marie Van Maanen, was born to the union of Henry Van Maanen and Lucy Brunsting on October 11, 1903 at Hull, Iowa. S She grew up in this vicinity and was united in marriage to John J. Warntjes on December 25, 1928 by the Rev. C. Huissen. To this union 3 children were born: Lucille, Mrs. Melvin Van Otterloo; John and Marvin, all of Hull, Iowa.

Upon their son John's discharge from the Army in 1956, Mr. and Mrs. Warntjes moved into town where they resided until her death on February 6, 1965 after a short but severe illness.

She made confession of her faith in the First Christian Reformed Church of Hull and remained a faithful and loyal member to her death.

She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband John, daughter Lucille, two sons, John and Marvin, and eleven grandchildren. Also three brothers and five sisters: Albert, Gary and Henry Jr. Van Maanen, Mrs. Hattie Lyons, Mrs. Grace Davis, Mrs. Gertrude Vander Laan, Mrs. Lucile Crandall, all of California, and Mrs. Jeanette Post of Orange City, Iowa.

She was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters.

Sioux County Index 1965-02-18.

John J. Warntjes, 83, of Hull died Tuesday, April 22, in Pleasant Acres Care Center in Hull. Services were at 1:30 P.M. Friday, April 25, in the First Reformed Church of Hull. The Rev. Gerald Van Der Velde officiated. Burial was in the Hope Cemetery. Family visitation was in the Memorial Funeral Home in Sioux Center.

Warntjes was born July 29, 1902, in Sioux Center. He attended school in Sioux Center and graduated from Hull Western Academy in Hull. He married Marie Van Maanen December 25, 1928, in Hull. They lived in the rural Hull area. She died February 6, 1965.

He married Ellie Dirksen Westra December 16, 1968. They made their home in Hull. Warntjes was a member of the First Reformed Church of Hull and the Dutch Psalm Singers.

Survivors include his wife; two sons, John H. of Hull and Marvin D. of Denver; a daughter, Lucille M. Van Otterloo of Hull; a brother, Walter of Boyden; a sister, Henrietta Westra of Hull; 13 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren

Sioux Center News 1986-04-30.

August 21, 1913--March 5, 2005

SERVICE: March 8, 2005, Porter Funeral Chapel, Rock Valley, Iowa
INTERMENT: Valley View Cemetery, Rock Valley, Iowa

Ellie was born August 21, 1913 to Herman Sr. and Rena (Hamstra) Dirksen near Ireton, IA. She was raised near Ireton where she attended country school. Ellie was united in marriage to Barney Westra February 19, 1943 in Hull. Barney died in 1967.

Ellie was united in marriage to John Warntjes December 16, 1968. Together they lived in Hull until John's death in 1986. Soon after, Ellie moved to Valley Manor, Rock Valley. She was an active member of First Reformed Church, Hull. Ellie enjoyed crocheting, gardening and collecting photographs. Ellie died Saturday, March 5, 2005 at Hegg Memorial Hospital, Rock Valley.

Survivors include her sisters: Clara Bonestroo of Sheldon. IA and Rena (Ell) Niemeyer of Inwood, IA; sisters-in-law: Mil Dirksen of Rock Valley; step-son, John (Eleanor) Warntjes, step-daughter, Lucille (Melvin) Van Otterloo all of Hull and stepdaughter-in-law, Lois Warntjes of Littleton, CO; many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husbands, Barney Westra and John Warntjes; brothers: Evert, Dick, Herman and Dicky Dirksen; sisters: Dora Roghair and Minnie De Vos; brothers-in-law; Fred Bonestroo, John DeVos and Nick Roghair; sister-in-law, Dena Dirksen.

Porter Funeral Home, Rock Valley, IA., obit.

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Obituaries of Lucille and Melvin

Lucille Van Otterloo, age 78, of Hull passed away on Tuesday, December 9, 2008, at the Sioux Center Community Hospital. Funeral services were held on Saturday, December 13, at 2:00 p.m., at the First Christian Reformed Church in Hull with the Rev. Paul Hansen officiating. Interment followed at the Hope Cemetery in Hull.

Lucille Martha was born on March 9, 1930, in rural Hull, the daughter of John and Marie (Van Maanen) Warntjes. She was raised in the rural Hull area, attending country school and graduating from Western Christian High School. After high school, she assisted many area families as a homemaker's helper.

On January 25, 1952, she married Melvin John Van Otterloo in Hull. She was a farm wife for many years and, after moving into Hull, served as a custodian at W. C. H. S. for twelve years. Together, they also operated the L. & M. Car Wash in Hull for twelve years, and she was currently employed as a part-time caregiver at Hope Haven's Northside Court in Hull. Mrs. Van Otterloo was a member of the First Christian Reformed Church, where she participated in Bible study and the Bereans and attended Friendship Bible Coffee. She enjoyed reading and embroidering, stitching dishtowels for all her grandchildren.

Survivors include her husband of more than 56 years; four children and their spouses, Marlen and Lorna Van Otterloo, of Luverne, Minn.; Janice Van Otterloo and Ray Humphreys, of Raymore, Mo.; Phylliss and Jim Van Tilburg, of Hull; and Larry and Cindy Van Otterloo, of Prinsburg, Minn.; nine grandchildren and four spouses, Marty Van Otterloo, Leslie Van Otterloo, Michael Van Otterloo, Merrick and Tessa Van Otterloo; Jeremy and Lory Van Tilburg, Christy and Scott Saeger, Amy and Adam Yoerger; Jacob Van Otterloo, and Jodi Van Otterloo; four great-grandsons, Cade, Blake, and Colin Van Tilburg; and Ross Saeger; a brother and his wife, John and Eleanor Warntjes, of Hull; and a sister-in-law, Lois Warntjes, of Denver, Colorado.

She was preceded in death by a brother, Marvin Warntjes.

Sioux County Index 2008-12-17.

Mr. Melvin Van Otterloo, age 86, of Hull, passed away on Thursday, July 19, 2018, at Sioux Center Health.

Melvin John was born on May 12, 1932, in rural Rock Valley, the son of Herman and Delia (Nobel) Van Otterloo. In 1941, his family moved to a farm south of Hull. After graduating from a country school, he worked for area farmers.

On January 25, 1952, he married Lucille Martha Warntjes in Hull. They lived in the Ireton area before moving to a farm southeast of Hull, where they made their home until 1969, when they moved into Hull. There he was employed at Zevenbergen Plumbing, the Cooperative Gas and Oil, and the American Milk Producers, Inc. He and his wife also operated Car Care, which became L. and M. Car Wash, for twelve years. Lucille passed away on December 9, 2008, in Sioux Center, after more than 56 years of marriage.

Melvin then became a resident of the Pleasant Acres Care Center in Hull, where he enjoyed doing latchhook, singing, and calling Bingo. He was a member of the First Christian Reformed Church, where he served on the consistory, taught Sunday school and catechism classes, sang in the choir, and participated in the Bereans. He also belonged to the Chordmasters and liked making bird houses and aquariums, as well as gardening, especially flowers.

Survivors include his four children, Marlen (Jeanne) Van Otterloo, of Ward, South Dakota; Janice Van Otterloo, of Raymore, Missouri; Phylliss (Jim) Van Tilburg, of Hull; and Larry (Cindy) Van Otterloo, of Prinsburg, Minnesota; nine grandchildren, Marty (Rosie) Van Otterloo, Leslie (Greg) Westbrook, Michael (Christin) Van Otterloo, Merrick (Tessa) Van Otterloo, Jeremy (Lory) Van Tilburg, Christy (Scott) Saeger, Amy (Adam) Yoerger, Jacob (Jenni)) Van Otterloo, and Jodi (Aaron) Wubben; fourteen great-grandchildren; a sister, Harriet (Corwin) Dolieslager, of Sioux Center: and two brothers, Jim (Thelma) Van Otterloo, of Idaho; and Harlan (Connie) Van Otterloo, of Hospers.

In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a daughter-in-law, Lorna Van Otterloo; a son-in-law, Ray Humphreys, two great-granddaughters, Ava Yoerger and Maisie Westbrook; and a brother, Burdette Van Otterloo.

Funeral Service: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 - First Christian Reformed Church in Hull, Iowa. Officiant: Rev. Loren Kotman. Interment: Hope Cemetery - Hull, Iowa

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Obituary of John Henry

John H. Warntjes, 76, of Hull, Iowa, died Friday, April 24, 2009, at the Sanford Sheldon Hospital in Sheldon, Iowa. A funeral service was held Tuesday at 10:30 at the First Reformed Church of Hull with Rev. Verlyn Boone, officiating. Interment followed in Hope Cemetery at Hull.

John Henry Warntjes was born December 22, 1932, the son of John and Marie (Van Maanen) Warntjes. John served two years in the US Army, stationed in Fort Benning, Georgia, during the Korean War.

John was united in marriage to Eleanor Jean Boeve, the daughter of Henry and Ella Boeve, on May 13, 1955, in Hull. They were blessed with a daughter and four sons. John farmed southeast of Hull, and later was employed as a rural mail carrier. John was a member of the First Reformed Church of Hull. Over the years he served as a deacon, elder and taught Catechism.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 53 years, Eleanor of Hull; his five children and their spouses: Jerry and Lori Warntjes, Laura and Norm Thompson, Daryl and LaVonne Warntjes, David and Megan Warntjes and Mike and Lisa Warntjes, plus 21 grandchildren.

Also surviving are a brother-in-law, Melvin Van Otterloo and sister-in-law, Lois Warntjes; the Boeve in-laws: Darlene Boeve, Elizabeth Boeve, Al and Cynthia Boeve, Don and Joan Boeve, Art and Henrietta Boeve, Dorene and Arnold Hulshof, Lois and Bill Oostra, Helen and Tunis Overman, Jim Boeve, Lois and Roger Baatz, Gary Boeve, Ervin and Sarah Boeve, plus numerous nieces and nephews.

John was preceded in death by his grandson, Jonathan Warntjes; his parents; a sister, Lucille Van Otterloo; a brother, Marvin Warntjes; his father-in-law and mother-in-law; and Boeve in-laws: Henry Boeve, Case Boeve, Gert and Gilbert Leusink, Everett Boeve, Merlin Boeve and Sharon Boeve.

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