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Goglin Funeral Home, Tripp
Friday July 16th, 2010
3:00pm - 8:00pm

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Josephine  Pietz

CLERGY
Pastor Wayne Huber
MUSIC
Organist ~ Ruby Dewald
Congregational Hymns
“Jesus Loves Me”
“In the Garden”
Soloist ~ Lennis Mehlhaff
“Just As I Am”
CASKETBEARERS
Raymond Koerner
David Moore
Wayne Rames
Mark Buchholz
Harry Walters
David Koerner
INTERMENT
Frieden’s Reformed Cemetery
Tripp, South Dakota
Josephine (Buchholz) Pietz was born on Wednesday, May 19, 1915 on a farm near Dante, South Dakota to to Alex and Dorothy (Wormsbecker) Buchholz. She completed the 7th grade at a country school in Bon Homme County. Josephine was united in marriage to Herbert Pietz on January 29, 1952 at Tripp.  Their only child, Harven Herbert, was born on October 14, 1957 and died on October 21, 1957. Her husband, Herbert, died on March 6, 1966 after 14 years of marriage. Josephine was a dedicated farm wife and creative housewife and was known as a “jack-of-all-trades.” She had a green thumb and especially enjoyed growing African violets. She also loved animals and enjoyed watching Billy Graham on television. Josephine became a resident of the Good Samaritan Society of Tripp on October 12, 2007, and it is there that she passed away on Thursday, July 8, 2010, having attained the age of 95 years, 1 month and 19 days.
Josephine is survived by a sister, Rosella Schuler of Port Richey, Florida, six nieces and nephews, and several great- nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, Alex and Dorothy Buchholz, she was preceded in death by her husband, Herbert Pietz, son Harven Herbert Pietz, a brother, Edward Buchholz, and a sister, Agnes Koerner.

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Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. The lost of a loved one is the most painful experience we have in life. It would be great if death didn't exist, if life never ended in a world that was beautiful and peaceful and everyone loved one another. This can be a reality for us, if we learn to love Jehovah and Jesus Christ.

Marquell Jul 21 2010 6:04 AM

You'll remain in so many hearts forever! Rest in peace Aunt Josie!! Love Melanie

Robert & Melanie Bacher Jul 16 2010 6:14 PM