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Nettie Van Heuvelen

Dochter van Couzijn (Cozin, Case) Van Heuvelen en Hattie Van De Weerd, geboren 21-9-1910, overleden 5-6-1994 en begraven USA IA Melvin Baker Township Cemetery

Trouwt Herman Eggink, geboren 17-7-1904, overleden 21-7-2001 en begraven USA IA Melvin Baker Township Cemetery

Kinderen:

  1. Charles Eggink, geboren 12-12-1933 USA IA Baker Township, overleden 21-12-2018 USA SD Sioux Falls en begraven USA IA Melvin Baker Townshop Cemetery
    Trouwt 26-7-1957 USA IA Orange City Leona Stander
  2. Harold Eggink
    Trouwt Luella NN
  3. Berdena Eggink
    Trouwt NN Ackerman
  4. Henry Eggink
    Trouwt Irene NN

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Obituary of Charles

Charlie Eggink was born December 12, 1933, at the family farm Southeast of Melvin, Iowa, the son of Herman and Nettie (Van Heuvelen) Eggink. He attended Melvin School. Charlie served in the United States Army.

He was united in marriage to Leona Stander July 26, 1957 at First Reformed Church in Orange City, IA. They made their home in Allendorf, IA. Charlie drove truck for Davidís Service Station in Allendorf, worked for the elevator in Allendorf, and worked at Chase Bag in Sibley for 23 years, before retiring in 1998.

He was a member of the First Reformed Church in Melvin, IA. He was a 4H leader for East Holman for 25 years and was a member of the Iowa Holstein Association. Charlie enjoyed being the Dairy Superintendent for the Osceola County Fair for 60 years, and also the Clay County Fair for a few years. He was also the assistant Dairy Superintendent at AK-SAR-BEN for many years. He was known as "Mr. Fix It" and enjoyed Dairy cattle. Charlie enjoyed taking time to enjoy his grandchildren. He would attend their concerts and watch them show at the fair.

He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Leona; five children, Charlotte (Rich) Rollefson of Sibley, IA, Leroy (Kolette) Eggink of Sibley, IA, Rodney (Karla) Eggink of Becker, MN, Twila (Kevin) Heemstra of Ocheyedan, IA, Keith (Karin) Eggink of Jackson, MN; twelve grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren; brother, Harold (Luella) Eggink of Sibley, IA; sister Berdena Ackerman of Minneapolis, MN; and brother Henry (Irene) Eggink Littleton, CO.

He is preceded in death by his parents Herman and Nettie; and brother-in-law, Curtis Ackerman.

Jurrens Funeral Home Sibley Iowa


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