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Gertrude van Maanen

Dochter van Derk (Dick) van Maanen en Geertje (Gertie, Gertrude) Brunsting, geboren 24-9-1906 USA IA Ireton, overleden 22-4-1986 USA Iowa Rock Valley en begraven Valley View Cemetery

Trouwt 11-10-1928 USA IA Sioux Rock Valley Bert van 't Hul, zoon van Bert Van't Hul en Lucy De Vries, geboren 9-10-1903 USA IA Perkins, overleden 10-10-1964 USA IA Sioux City en begraven USA Iowa Rock Valley Valley View Cemetery

Kinderen:

  1. Lawrence Van't Hul, geboren 6-3-1929 USA IA Rock Valley, overleden 17-4-2012 USA IA Rock Valley en begraven Valley View Cemetery
  2. Dorothy Van't Hul, geboren 6-3-1929 USA IA Rock Valley, overleden 20-10-2018 USA IA Rock Valley en begraven Valley View Cemetery
    Trouwt 7-3-1949 USA IA Rock Valley George J Van Beek, zoon van George Van Beek en Dena Johanna Oldenkamp, geboren 14-12-1925 USA IA Inwood, overleden 29-12-2014 IA Rock Valley en begraven Valley View Cemetery
  3. Albertha Dena Van't Hul, geboren 4-5-1930 IA Rock Valley, overleden 2-1-2014 IA Rock Valley en begraven Valley View Cemetery
    Trouwt 2-4-1951 Louis Altena
  4. Harlan Van't Hul
    Trouwt Mary NN
  5. Orville Van't Hul
    Trouwt Arlene NN
  6. Junior Van't Hul
    Trouwt Carol NN
  7. Harriet Van't Hul
    Trouwt Marvin Vande Kamp
  8. Geraldine Van't Hul
    Trouwt NN Vande Vegte
  9. Joyce Hermina Van't Hul, geboren 16-8-1933 USA IA Rock Valley, overleden 5-9-1940 USA IA Sioux County en begraven USA IA Rock Valley Valley View Cemetery
  10. Joyce Van't Hul
    Trouwt Fred Smits
  11. Joanne Van't Hul
    Trouwt Rod De Weerd
  12. Joan Geraldine Van't Hul, geboren 1938, overleden 1944 en begraven USA IA Rock Valley Valley View Cemetery

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Iowa Gravestone Photo Project:
Valley View Cemetery Sioux County, Iowa
Valley View cemetery is located 1 mile south of Rock Valley.
This stone can be found on the West side of Elmwood Ave. @ 320th St. South Section, Row 3. GPS is 43 11.155 96 17.704
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Obituaries of Bert and Gertrude

Last rites held for Bert Van't Hul Tuesday, Oct. 13

Funeral services for Bert Van't Hul, Rock Valley, were held Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 1:00 p.m. at the Porter Funeral home and at 1:30 p.m. at the First Christian Reformed church at Rock Valley with Rev Jack J. Mathies of Hull officiating. Burial was at Valley View cemetery, Rock Valley. Mr. Van't Hul died Saturday, Oct. 10 at the St Joseph's hospital, Sioux City, after a short illness. He reached the age of 61 years.

Mr Van't Hul was born Oct. 9, 1903 on a farm near Perkins. He married Gertrude Van Maanen Oct. 11, 1928. Mr. Van't Hul lived and farmed on the same farm for 58 years.

Survivors include the widow and four sons, Lawrence, Harlan of Rock Valley, Orville of Hull, and Junior at home; six daughters, Dorothy (Mrs George Van Beek) Inwood,, Albertha (Mrs Louis. Altena) Doon, Harriet (Mrs Marvin Vande Kamp) Rock Valley, Geraldine (Mrs Norman Vande Vegte) Inwood, and Joyce and Joanne at home; 15 grandchildren, four brothers and one sister.

His parents, two daughters and one brother preceded him in death.

Rock Valley Bee 1964-10-15.


Gertrude Van't Hul, 79, of Rock Valley died Tuesday, April 22, in the Rock Valley Hospital. Services were at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the First Christian Reformed Church in Rock Valley. The Rev. Fred Gunnink officiated. Burial was in Valley View Cemetery. Visitation was held in the Porter Funeral Home in Rock Valley.

Mrs. Van't Hul, the former Gertrude Van Maanen, was born September 24, 1906, in Ireton. She married Bert Van't Hul October 11, 1928, in Rock Valley. The couple farmed east of Rock Valley until his death October 10, 1964. She moved into Rock Valley in 1965 and to Valley Manor Nursing Home in 1982. Mrs. Van't Hul was a member of the First Christian Reformed Church and Martha Circle of the church.

Survivors include four sons, Lawrence, Harlan and Junior, all of Rock Valley and Orville of Hull; six daughters, Dorothy Van Beek, Albertha Altena, and Harriet Vande Kamp, all of Rock Valley, Geraldine Vande Vegte of Inwood, Joyce Smits of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Joanne De Weerd of Maurice; three brothers, Gerrit, John and Dick Van Maanen, all of Rock Valley; 30 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.

Sioux Center News 1986-04-30.

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Obituaries of George and Dorothy

Obituary - Porter Funeral Home

George J. Van Beek, age 89 and 15 days, entered Heavenís gates on Monday December 29, 2014 while he was residing at Whispering Heights in Rock Valley, Iowa. Funeral services will be 10:00am Saturday January 3, 2015 at the First Christian Reformed Church in Rock Valley, Iowa, with the Rev. Matthew A. Haan officiating. Burial will be at Valley View Cemetery at Rock Valley. Visitation with the family present will be 5:00 to 7:00pm, Friday January 2, 2015 at the First Christian Reformed Church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Georgeís name to Rock Valley Christian School. Condolences for the family may be left online at www.porterfuneralhomes.com.

George was born on December 14, 1925 on a farm near Inwood, Iowa to George Senior and Dena (Oldenkamp) Van Beek and was thirteen years older than his only sibling Ardis. George attended the local country school through his childhood years, graduating from Inwood High School in 1943. He then began farming with his father, something he continued on for generations, working with his own sons into his seventies.

He married Dorothy Vanít Hul on March 7, 1949 at First Christian Reformed Church in Rock Valley, Iowa. The couple lived in rural Inwood on the home place, where together they raised five children. George enjoyed playing Pollyanna, playing pool, visiting the nursing home, wood crafting, gardening, and just being outdoors. He was very involved in the lives of all of his grandchildren, all of which have many special memories of playing games, receiving woodcrafts, singing songs, and rough-housing. He was a member of the First Christian Reformed Church all of his life, where he served as an elder, Sunday School teacher, and belonged to Menís Society.

Left to cherish his memories are his wife, Dorothy Van Beek of Rock Valley; five children, Linda (Dr. Ed) Dykstra of Iowa City, Vern (Ellen) Van Beek of Inwood, Wanda Vos of Rock Valley, Ken Van Beek of Inwood, and Nancy (Roger) Faber of Tahlequah, Oklahoma; 17 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; sister Ardis (Herb) Dykstra of Gilbert, Arizona; and many nieces, nephews, and in-laws.

He was preceded in death by his parents, George and Dena Van Beek; great-granddaughter, Ella Bulkley; brother-in-law Lawrence (Maxine) Vanít Hul; and one sister-in-law, Albertha Altena.


Dorothy Van Beek, 89, of Rock Valley, passed away on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at the Whispering Heights in Rock Valley. Funeral Service will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday, October 6, 2018 at the First Christian Reformed Church in Rock Valley with Rev. Matthew Haan officiating. Burial will follow in the Valley View Cemetery at Rock Valley. Visitation with the family present will be from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Friday at the First Christian Reformed Church. The Porter Funeral Home in Rock Valley is assisting the family. Condolences may be sent to www.porterfuneralhomes.com. The family requests that memorials be directed to the Rock Valley Christian School or the Western Christian High School in Hull.

Dorothy was born on March 6, 1929 at home on a farm near Rock Valley, Iowa, to Bert Vanít Hul and Gertrude (Van Maanen) Vanít Hul. Dorothy and her twin brother, Lawrence, were the oldest of twelve children. Dorothy attended Rock Valley Christian through eighth grade. Dorothy did not have the opportunity to attend high school because she was needed at home to help with the family. Dorothy did proudly get her GED in 1972.

Dorothy married George Van Beek on March 7, 1949 at the First Christian Reformed Church in Rock Valley, Iowa. They lived and farmed in rural Inwood, Iowa, where they raised five children. Her siblings spent many holidays at the farm. Dorothyís home was always clean and welcoming. Dorothy enjoyed singing with her sisters. They had a womenís quartet that sang together at many weddings and funerals. She also enjoyed the time she spent working in transportation at Hope Haven. She loved getting to know the clients that she transported. Dorothy enjoyed being a grandmother and made a special blanket for each of her 17 grandchildren. The granddaughters have fond memories of all of Grandmaís fancy jewelry. The granddaughters are all wearing her jewelry at her funeral in loving memory of Grandma. Dorothy was a member of the First Christian Reformed Church all her life. Dorothy went to live in Four Seasons in January of 2014. She found many dear friends while living there. She spent many hours at the puzzle table. Dorothy went to live at Whispering Heights in July of this year. Dorothy was cared for with love by the wonderful staff until she went to her eternal home on October 2, 2018, in the arms of her loving family.

Left to cherish her with our memories are her five children, Linda (Dr. Ed) Dykstra of Iowa City, Iowa, Vern (Ellen) Van Beek of Inwood, Iowa, Wanda Vos of Rock Valley, Ken Van Beek of Inwood, Iowa and Nancy (Roger) Faber of Park Hill, Oklahoma; 17 grandchildren; and 30 great- grandchildren; siblings, Harriet Vande Kamp, Geraldine Vande Vegte, Harlan (Mary) Vanít Hul, Orville (Arlene) Vanít Hul, Joyce (Fred) Smit, Joanne (Rod) De Weerd; and in-laws, Louis Altena, Carol Vanít Hul and Ardis (Herb) Dykstra.

Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband of 65 years, George Van Beek on December 29, 2014; her twin brother, Lawrence and his wife Maxine Vanít Hul; sister, Albertha Altena; brother, Junior Vanít Hul; two sisters who died in childhood; in-laws, Norman Vande Vegte and Marv Vande Kamp; grandson-in-law, Tony Lindgren; and great-granddaughter, Ella Bulkeley.

Dorothyís family would like to invite everyone for a time of food and fellowship at the church following the committal service.

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Obituary of Albertha Dena

Albertha Altena, 83, of Rock Valley was welcomed into the arms of her Lord and Savior, Thursday, January 02, 2014 at Whispering Heights in Rock Valley.

Albertha Dena Van't Hul was born May 4, 1930 near Rock Valley, daughter of Bert and Gertrude (Van Maanen) Van't Hul. She grew up in a loving home with eleven siblings. She attended Rock Valley Christian Grade School, Western Christian High School, and attained her teaching certificate from Calvin College. Albertha taught lower elementary grades both in Doon Christian and Rock Valley Christian Schools before marrying Louis Altena on April 2, 1951.

Together they farmed the family farm north of Rock Valley before retiring to Rock Valley in 1983. She dearly loved her family and was known for her servant heart, often putting her family's needs ahead of her own. Albertha especially enjoyed singing with her sisters, playing piano, and spending time with her family and friends. She was a life-long active member of the First Christian Reformed Church in Rock Valley. She is especially remembered for her strong faith which was evident throughout her life and her many prayers for others.

Albertha is survived by her husband, Louis of Rock Valley; son, Howard (Lynette) Altena of Doon, IA, daughter, Garneth (Kevin) Kuiper of Sioux Falls, SD; six grandchildren, Tricia (Brian) Mulder, Troy (Michelle) Altena, Evan (Kim) Altena, Teissa (Casey) Green, Paige (Bret) Vanden Bosch, and Lucas Kuiper; sixteen great-grandchildren; five sisters, Dorothy (George) Van Beek, Harriet (Marvin) Vande Kamp both Rock Valley, Geraldine Vande Vegte of Inwood, IA, Joyce (Fred) Smits of Sioux Falls, Joanne (Rod) De Weerd of Sioux Center; three brothers, Harlan (Mary) Van't Hul, Junior (Carol) Van't Hul both of Rock Valley, Orville (Arlene) Van't Hul of Hull, IA.

She was preceded in death by her brother and his wife, Lawrence and Maxine Van't Hul; brother-in-law, Norman Vande Vegte; two sisters who died in childhood, Joyce and Joan Van't Hul.

Obituary & Photo is from The Porter Funeral Home


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