Posted by Cathy Gowdy on Wednesday, January 25, 2006 at 06:13:26 :
Monday, February 11, 1980
A memorial service for Marie Amalia Iwwerks of San Rafael is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Paulís Episcopal Church in San Rafael.
Mrs. Iwwerks died Friday in a local hospital following an illness of several months. She was 87.
A native of Illinois, Mrs. Iwwerks came to California as a child. Most of her life was spent in San Mateo County where she was active in Red Cross volunteer work, music and painting.
She was organizer and business manager of a musical group known as the 8th Notes and an active member of the Palo Alto Art Club.
In 1973, Mrs. Iwwerks moved to Marin County.
Mrs. Iwwerks is survived by her two stepdaughters, Marion Shea of Palo Alto and Mildred Carsillo of Menlo Park; her stepsister, Mary Hessler of Daly City and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.
The family prefers memorial contributions to the charity of your choice.
A Death Notice in the same paper mentions her late husband, Ubbo Iwwerks of Palo Alto, and that she as survived by her stepsister, Mrs. Clarence Hessler, and stepdaughters, Mrs. Jack Shea and Mrs. Bernard Carsillo; stepgrandmother of three and great grandmother of eight; aunt of Mrs. Roy (Lucille) Enderlin of Calistoga, Mrs. Chauncey (Madeline) Carpenter of San Rafael and Kenneth Jacobsen of Chicago, Illinois. Ashes to be scattered at sea.
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