James H. Van Roekel
The Rev. James Van Roekel was brought home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, October 21, 2020, at 90 years old. There will be a private family graveside administration on Friday, October 30, at 11:30 am, at the Nassau Township Cemetery close to Alton. The Rev. Dr. Brian Keepers will administer. Plans are with the Oolman Funeral Home in Orange City.
Therefore he went to government-funded schools there, Central College in Pella, Iowa, and Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan. Upon graduation, he was appointed as a pastor in the Reformed Church in American.
Moreover, on August 10, 1950, he wedded Erma Jean Van Wyk, and together they served chapels in Illinois, Michigan, California, Wisconsin, Florida, and Iowa. Erma Jean died on March 7, 2011, after over sixty years of marriage.
Jean E. Goslinga
The Rev. Kurt Bush and The Rev. Milton Sikkema will administer. Interment will be preceding the administration at the Hospers Cemetery close to Hospers. Because there will be a family supplication administration on Saturday, at 1:00 pm, at the Oolman Funeral Home in Orange City. Appearance with the family will be on Friday, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, at the memorial service home.
They made their home on a homestead close to Sheldon where they raised their family. However Jean functioned as a cook at Sheldon Livestock for a very long time and as a childcare supplier at Children’s World in Sheldon. John died on November 23, 2000, in Orange City, after over 45 years of marriage. Moreover, after her better half’s passing, she moved to Orange City, where she was a cook at the Pioneer Memorial Home.
August R. Hubbard
Mr. August “Auggie” Hubbard, age 19, of Orange City, died on October 2020, in Orange City.
There will be a burial service on Wednesday, October, at 6:00 pm, at Christ Chapel on the grounds of College in Orange City. The Rev. George Slanger will administer.
There will be a graveside administration on Friday, October 30, at 2:00 pm, at the Edmore Cemetery close to Edmore, North Dakota. The Oolman Funeral Home in Orange City is responsible for game plans.
August Robert was conceived in December 2000, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Robert and April Hubbard. Subsequent to moving to Iowa in 2002, Auggie went to Orange City Christian School and MOC-Floyd Valley High School in Orange City where he played in a band as an All-State artist and partook in theater and soccer. Growing up, he worked at the Orange City pool and at Fareway Grocery. He at that point went to Northwestern College in Orange City where he was presently a sophomore.
Auggie cherished playing and tuning in to music. He amazingly played the tuba, bass, and guitar. August took an interest in a show band, home team band, and theater at Northwestern. He looked for equity for the persecuted and consistently showed some care for longshots. Moreover, August upheld his convictions solidly, and would energetically banter about them with anybody, continually looking for more noteworthy information. He profoundly cherished creatures and invested a lot of his free energy playing and nestling with them, particularly his feisty rodent terrier/chihuahua blend, Medea.
Mr. Rodney Vellinga, age 100, of Orange City, died on Sunday, October 25, 2020, at his child’s home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Plans are being finished by the Oolman Funeral Home in Orange City.
Jayne E. Roorda
Mrs. Jayne Roorda, age 66, of Paullina, died on Monday, October 19, 2020, at the Happy Siesta Care Center in Remsen.
There will be a burial service on Tuesday, November 3, at 11:30 am, at the Cornerstone United Reformed Church in Sanborn. The Rev. Dan Donovan will administer. Interment will be preceding the administration at the West Lawn Cemetery in Orange City. There will be a family supplication administration on Tuesday, at 10:00 am, at the Oolman Funeral Home in Orange City.
Appearance with the family will be on Monday, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, at the congregation.
However, Jayne Elizabeth was conceived on March 30, 1954, in Bellingham, Washington, the little girl of Gerald “Jim” and Wilma Jean (Larson) Van Diest. However, she experienced childhood in the Sumas, Washington territory, where she moved on from the Nooksack High School.
They made their home in Everson until 1990 when they moved to Caldwell, Idaho, and in 2009, they migrated to Paullina. She delighted in sewing and working the outside, particularly in the nursery, going to her children’s games, and plunking down and having a decent discussion over some espresso. Investing energy with her grandkids was critical to her.
Jeanette A. Van Voorst
Mrs. Jeanette Van Voorst, age 99, of Orange City, died on Monday, October 2020, at the Prairie Ridge Care Center in City.
There will be a private family administration on Friday, October, at the Trinity Reformed Church in Orange City. The Rev. Harlan Van Voorst will direct. Interment will follow the administration at the West Lawn Cemetery in Orange City. Appearance without the family will be on Thursday, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, at the Oolman Funeral Home in Orange City.
Jeanette Alberta was conceived on October 23, 1920, in Hospers, the little girl of Neal J. furthermore, Wilhelmina (Cleveringa) Rozeboom. She was brought up in the Hospers and Carmel zones and went to national school. She moved on from the Sioux Center High School and afterward went to Northwestern College in Orange City.
They initially made their home in Michigan prior to getting back to Iowa where they lived in Rock Valley and went through 17 years cultivating close to Sioux Center. They brought up their eight youngsters on the homestead until getting comfortable in Orange City. Because Harry died in May 1970, at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, after over 28 years. Following her retirement, she kept on chipping in the clinic’s equivalent day medical procedure center.
She delighted in, stitching, canning, and going to visit her youngsters, grandkids, and incredible grandkids. Her most noteworthy craving was that every last bit of her family would follow the Lord.
Mildred V. Wassenaar
Mrs. Mildred “Millie” Wassenaar, age 90, of City, died on Saturday, October 2020, at the Prairie Ridge in Orange City.
There will be a private family administration on Thursday, October 22, at 1:00 pm, at the Prairie Ridge Care Center. The Rev. Imprint Vande Zande will direct. Interment will follow the administration at the West Lawn Cemetery in Orange City. Because Appearance without the family will be on Wednesday, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, at the Oolman Funeral Home in Orange City.
Therefore Mildred Verna was conceived on December 2, 1929, in Sioux Center, the little girl of Marion and Marie (Remmerde) Kuyper. Following her graduation from the Sioux Center Community High School, she finished preparing to turn into an educator and quickly encouraged nation school.
Therefore they made their home in Orange City, where they raised their family, cultivated, and worked Northwest Implement. However, Millie was an astounding homemaker who invested heavily in having a perfect house and consistently had heated treats prepared for her family and visitors. However, in their retirement years, she and Jim voyaged widely in their RV, getting a charge out of excursions with the Holiday Rambler gathering and visiting their youngsters in California. They likewise partook in various excursions abroad through their business.
Mrs. Wassenaar was an individual from the First Christian Reformed Church in Orange City. Notwithstanding heating and voyaging, she likewise delighted in cultivating and sewing.