Brainard Funeral Home began its operations as Ritter and Deutsch in early Wausau. It was originally called Jansens's Funeral Home and then Hayden-Buettgen Funeral Home..
In 1884, the Ritter and Deutsch funeral directors began a furniture and undertaker's business on Third St., Frank Ritter and Fred Deutsch operated at that location until 1927 when Roman Deutsch, Ed Langenhahn and George Krueger took over. It is located at 948 Grand Ave., Schofield, WI 54476. They will allow access to the requester's family records.
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USA Today Network-Wisconsin reports Igers had been convicted of crimes dating back to 1994, including disorderly conduct, resisting an officer and forgery.
He was free on bond on burglary and theft charges at the time he was killed.
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This is a history of Funeral Homes in Marathon County,(mostly Wausau) along with the addresses and whether or not records can be read there.
The idea for this page was given to me by Jerry Dalum.
University spokesman Brian Becker says Igers was well-liked and an active and engaged student.
He was editor of the student newspaper, helped establish a study center, served in student government and received scholarships and awards.