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Wilmina Van Maanen

Dochter van Arie (Aart) van Maanen en Jennie De Vries, geboren 4-5-1918 USA IA Rock Valley, overleden 13-11-2004 USA MN Luverne en begraven USA IA Rock Valley Valley View Cemetery

Trouwt 30-1-1941 USA IA Rock Valley Richard Stegenga, zoon van Peter Stegenga en Tryntje Ploegstra, geboren 28-5-1915 USA IA Rock Valley, overleden 11-4-1975 USA MN Luverne en begraven USA IA Rock Valley Valley View Cemetery

Trouwt 1977 Henry J Winterswijk, geboren 1914, overleden 2000 en begraven USA MN Hills United Reformed Cemetery

Kinderen van Wilmina en Richard

  1. NN Stegenga levenloos geboren dochter 1942, begraven USA IA Rock Valley Valley View Cemetery
  2. Pierre A Stegenga geboren 8-5-1943, overleden 6-10-2003 USA SD Brandon en begraven USA IA Rock Valley Valley View Cemetery
  3. Arlan Stegenga
    Trouwt Susanne NN
  4. Jan Stegenga
    Trouwt Arlan De Young


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Obituary of Wilmina

Wilmina Winterswyk, 86, Luverne, died Saturday, Nov. 13, 2004, at Mary Jane Brown Good Samaritan Center in Luverne. Services were Wednesday, Nov. 17, at Luverne Christian Reformed Church in Luverne. The Rev. George Koopmans officiated. Burial was at Valley View Cemetery in Rock Valley, Iowa.

Wilmina Van Maanen was born to Arie and Jennie (De Vries) Van Maanen on May 4, 1918, in Rock Valley. She completed country school. After her education she helped women on nearby farms with housework and daily chores.

She married Richard Stegenga on Jan. 30, 1941, in Rock Valley. Following their marriage they lived on a farm south of Rock Valley. In 1956 the family moved to a farm south of Luverne. The couple retired in 1974 and moved to Luverne. Mr. Stegenga died in April 1975.

She married Henry Winterswyk in 1977 at Luverne Christian Reformed Church. They enjoyed traveling together. Mr. Winterswyk died in December 2000. She moved to The Oaks apartments for a short time. She then moved to Mary Jane Brown Good Samaritan Center in Luverne.

Mrs. Winterswyk was a member of Luverne Christian Reformed Church. She was active in Ladies Aid and the Christian School Circle. She enjoyed hosting family and friends in her home. She is also remembered as someone who was always working on projects, playing her organ at home and singing along.

Survivors include three children, Arlan (Susanne) Stegenga, Austin, Robert (Sheila) Stegenga, Luverne, and Jan (Arlan) De Yong, Anchorage, Alaska; a daughter-in-law, Darlene Stegenga, Corson, S.D.; three stepchildren, Gertrude Teune, Steen, Johanna Klarenbeek, Sioux Falls, S.D., and Arlen Pap, North Richland Hills, Texas; 14 grandchildren; 16 great-children; numerous stepgrandchildren; stepgreat-grandchildren; and stepgreat-great-grandchildren; two brothers, Gerrit (Joann) Van Maanen, Rock Valley, and John (Marvis) Van Maanen, Lakewood, Calif.; three sisters, Henrietta (Herman) Kempema, Arta Kempema, and Margaret (Delbert) Kuiken, all of Rock Valley; and a sister-in-law, Gertrude Vander Ploeg, Sioux Center, Iowa.

Mrs. Winterswyk was preceded in death by her husbands, Richard and Henry, and one son, Pierre Stegenga, an infant daughter, and a grandson, Nathan.

Hartquist Funeral Home, Engebretson Chapel, Luverne, was in charge of arrangements.

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