Henry Frank MadsenAge: 82 years19182001

Name
Henry Frank Madsen
Given names
Henry Frank
Surname
Madsen
Birth September 14, 1918
Citation details: Obituary for Henry Frank Madsen, 12 Jul 2001
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HENRY FRANK MADSEN

MASON CITY - Henry Frank Madsen, age 82, formerly of 19 Fifth St. N.W. died Wednesday (July 11, 2001) at the Manly Care Center.

Memorial services for Henry will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday at Fullerton Funeral Home, 123 Second St. S.E. in Mason City, with the Rev. Jeffrey Dahlin, officiating. Inurnment will be at Elmwood-St. Joseph Cemetery with military honors by the Mason City Memorial Association.

The family will receive friends one hour prior to services on Friday at the funeral home.

Henry was born on Sept. 14, 1918 at International Falls, Minn., the son of Lars Christian and Laura (Rasmussen) Madsen. He attended school in Osage. He was further trained in sheet metal, air conditioning, and welding at a trade school in Seattle Washington.

He entered the Air Force in 1943 at Camp Dodge, in Des Moines. After honorably serving his country he was discharged in 1945 from the St. Louis-Jefferson barracks.

Henry was united in marriage to Shirley Sweeney on Sept. 12, 1941 at Albert Lea, Minn. To this union were born three children.

He lived in Manly from 1966 until 1988 when he moved to Mason City. He was employed at Lehigh Portland Cement Company for 20 years and then owned and operated Madsen Welding, retiring in 1972.

He always had a building project going and was active with the Mason City school system teaching welding.

In his spare time he enjoyed boating and vegetable gardening as well as traveling to the woods and forests in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Henry is survived by his daughter, Karen and her husband, Marvin Grouette, of Mason City; his son, Larry and his wife, Jean Madsen, of Manly; six grandchildren, Pam Servantez, Rick and Tim Grouette, Jamie, Brent and Matthew Madsen; 10 great-grandchildren Casey, Aaron, Joshua, Cory, Justin, Melinda, Chris, Cathy, Johnathan, and Jacob; two brothers, Victor Madsen, of Mason City; George, in France; two brothers-in-law, Kenneth Sweeney, of Mason City and Lloyd Nielsen, of Florida.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife in 1984; one son, Steven; four sisters, Agnes, Olga, Victoria, and Esther; and three brothers, David, Ejler, and Harold.

Fullerton Funeral Home, (641) 423-8676.

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September 12, 1941 (Age 22 years)
Citation details: Obituary for Henry Frank Madsen, 12 Jul 2001
Text:

HENRY FRANK MADSEN

MASON CITY - Henry Frank Madsen, age 82, formerly of 19 Fifth St. N.W. died Wednesday (July 11, 2001) at the Manly Care Center.

Memorial services for Henry will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday at Fullerton Funeral Home, 123 Second St. S.E. in Mason City, with the Rev. Jeffrey Dahlin, officiating. Inurnment will be at Elmwood-St. Joseph Cemetery with military honors by the Mason City Memorial Association.

The family will receive friends one hour prior to services on Friday at the funeral home.

Henry was born on Sept. 14, 1918 at International Falls, Minn., the son of Lars Christian and Laura (Rasmussen) Madsen. He attended school in Osage. He was further trained in sheet metal, air conditioning, and welding at a trade school in Seattle Washington.

He entered the Air Force in 1943 at Camp Dodge, in Des Moines. After honorably serving his country he was discharged in 1945 from the St. Louis-Jefferson barracks.

Henry was united in marriage to Shirley Sweeney on Sept. 12, 1941 at Albert Lea, Minn. To this union were born three children.

He lived in Manly from 1966 until 1988 when he moved to Mason City. He was employed at Lehigh Portland Cement Company for 20 years and then owned and operated Madsen Welding, retiring in 1972.

He always had a building project going and was active with the Mason City school system teaching welding.

In his spare time he enjoyed boating and vegetable gardening as well as traveling to the woods and forests in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Henry is survived by his daughter, Karen and her husband, Marvin Grouette, of Mason City; his son, Larry and his wife, Jean Madsen, of Manly; six grandchildren, Pam Servantez, Rick and Tim Grouette, Jamie, Brent and Matthew Madsen; 10 great-grandchildren Casey, Aaron, Joshua, Cory, Justin, Melinda, Chris, Cathy, Johnathan, and Jacob; two brothers, Victor Madsen, of Mason City; George, in France; two brothers-in-law, Kenneth Sweeney, of Mason City and Lloyd Nielsen, of Florida.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife in 1984; one son, Steven; four sisters, Agnes, Olga, Victoria, and Esther; and three brothers, David, Ejler, and Harold.

Fullerton Funeral Home, (641) 423-8676.

Death of a wifeShirley Arlene Sweeney
August 8, 1984 (Age 65 years)
Citation details: Obituary for Henry Frank Madsen, 12 Jul 2001
Text:

HENRY FRANK MADSEN

MASON CITY - Henry Frank Madsen, age 82, formerly of 19 Fifth St. N.W. died Wednesday (July 11, 2001) at the Manly Care Center.

Memorial services for Henry will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday at Fullerton Funeral Home, 123 Second St. S.E. in Mason City, with the Rev. Jeffrey Dahlin, officiating. Inurnment will be at Elmwood-St. Joseph Cemetery with military honors by the Mason City Memorial Association.

The family will receive friends one hour prior to services on Friday at the funeral home.

Henry was born on Sept. 14, 1918 at International Falls, Minn., the son of Lars Christian and Laura (Rasmussen) Madsen. He attended school in Osage. He was further trained in sheet metal, air conditioning, and welding at a trade school in Seattle Washington.

He entered the Air Force in 1943 at Camp Dodge, in Des Moines. After honorably serving his country he was discharged in 1945 from the St. Louis-Jefferson barracks.

Henry was united in marriage to Shirley Sweeney on Sept. 12, 1941 at Albert Lea, Minn. To this union were born three children.

He lived in Manly from 1966 until 1988 when he moved to Mason City. He was employed at Lehigh Portland Cement Company for 20 years and then owned and operated Madsen Welding, retiring in 1972.

He always had a building project going and was active with the Mason City school system teaching welding.

In his spare time he enjoyed boating and vegetable gardening as well as traveling to the woods and forests in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Henry is survived by his daughter, Karen and her husband, Marvin Grouette, of Mason City; his son, Larry and his wife, Jean Madsen, of Manly; six grandchildren, Pam Servantez, Rick and Tim Grouette, Jamie, Brent and Matthew Madsen; 10 great-grandchildren Casey, Aaron, Joshua, Cory, Justin, Melinda, Chris, Cathy, Johnathan, and Jacob; two brothers, Victor Madsen, of Mason City; George, in France; two brothers-in-law, Kenneth Sweeney, of Mason City and Lloyd Nielsen, of Florida.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife in 1984; one son, Steven; four sisters, Agnes, Olga, Victoria, and Esther; and three brothers, David, Ejler, and Harold.

Fullerton Funeral Home, (641) 423-8676.

Citation details: Madsen, Shirley, Accessed 7 Apr 2015, Issued in Iowa, Date of Birth: 10 Deb 1920, Date of Death: Aug 1984
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Age: 64 Given Name: Shirley Surname: Madsen Birth Date: 10 Feb 1920 State: Iowa Last Place of Residence: Manly, Worth, Iowa Previous Residence Postal Code: 50456 Event Date: Aug 1984

Citation details: Madsen, Shirley A. (1920 - 1984); Find a Grave Memorial No. 11194049 (accessed 7 Apr 2015); Elmwood St. Joseph Cemetery, Cerro Gordo County, Mason City, Iowa, United States
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Birth: Feb. 10, 1920 Death: Aug. 8, 1984

Burial: Elmwood Saint Joseph Cemetery Mason City Cerro Gordo County Iowa, United States

Created by: Dennis Warden Record added: Jun 18, 2005 Find A Grave Memorial# 11194049

Death July 11, 2001 (Age 82 years)
Citation details: Obituary for Henry Frank Madsen, 12 Jul 2001
Text:

HENRY FRANK MADSEN

MASON CITY - Henry Frank Madsen, age 82, formerly of 19 Fifth St. N.W. died Wednesday (July 11, 2001) at the Manly Care Center.

Memorial services for Henry will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday at Fullerton Funeral Home, 123 Second St. S.E. in Mason City, with the Rev. Jeffrey Dahlin, officiating. Inurnment will be at Elmwood-St. Joseph Cemetery with military honors by the Mason City Memorial Association.

The family will receive friends one hour prior to services on Friday at the funeral home.

Henry was born on Sept. 14, 1918 at International Falls, Minn., the son of Lars Christian and Laura (Rasmussen) Madsen. He attended school in Osage. He was further trained in sheet metal, air conditioning, and welding at a trade school in Seattle Washington.

He entered the Air Force in 1943 at Camp Dodge, in Des Moines. After honorably serving his country he was discharged in 1945 from the St. Louis-Jefferson barracks.

Henry was united in marriage to Shirley Sweeney on Sept. 12, 1941 at Albert Lea, Minn. To this union were born three children.

He lived in Manly from 1966 until 1988 when he moved to Mason City. He was employed at Lehigh Portland Cement Company for 20 years and then owned and operated Madsen Welding, retiring in 1972.

He always had a building project going and was active with the Mason City school system teaching welding.

In his spare time he enjoyed boating and vegetable gardening as well as traveling to the woods and forests in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Henry is survived by his daughter, Karen and her husband, Marvin Grouette, of Mason City; his son, Larry and his wife, Jean Madsen, of Manly; six grandchildren, Pam Servantez, Rick and Tim Grouette, Jamie, Brent and Matthew Madsen; 10 great-grandchildren Casey, Aaron, Joshua, Cory, Justin, Melinda, Chris, Cathy, Johnathan, and Jacob; two brothers, Victor Madsen, of Mason City; George, in France; two brothers-in-law, Kenneth Sweeney, of Mason City and Lloyd Nielsen, of Florida.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife in 1984; one son, Steven; four sisters, Agnes, Olga, Victoria, and Esther; and three brothers, David, Ejler, and Harold.

Fullerton Funeral Home, (641) 423-8676.

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Henry Frank Madsen
Birth: September 14, 1918International Falls, Koochiching, Minnesota, United States
Death: July 11, 2001Manly, Worth, Iowa, United States
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Henry Frank Madsen
Birth: September 14, 1918International Falls, Koochiching, Minnesota, United States
Death: July 11, 2001Manly, Worth, Iowa, United States
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Shirley Arlene Sweeney
Birth: February 10, 1920 30 30Mason City, Cerro Gordo, Iowa, United States
Death: August 8, 1984Manly, Worth, Iowa, United States
Marriage: September 12, 1941Albert Lea, Freeborn, Minnesota, United States

BirthMason City Globe Gazette, Mason City, Iowa (print edition)
Citation details: Obituary for Henry Frank Madsen, 12 Jul 2001
Text:

HENRY FRANK MADSEN

MASON CITY - Henry Frank Madsen, age 82, formerly of 19 Fifth St. N.W. died Wednesday (July 11, 2001) at the Manly Care Center.

Memorial services for Henry will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday at Fullerton Funeral Home, 123 Second St. S.E. in Mason City, with the Rev. Jeffrey Dahlin, officiating. Inurnment will be at Elmwood-St. Joseph Cemetery with military honors by the Mason City Memorial Association.

The family will receive friends one hour prior to services on Friday at the funeral home.

Henry was born on Sept. 14, 1918 at International Falls, Minn., the son of Lars Christian and Laura (Rasmussen) Madsen. He attended school in Osage. He was further trained in sheet metal, air conditioning, and welding at a trade school in Seattle Washington.

He entered the Air Force in 1943 at Camp Dodge, in Des Moines. After honorably serving his country he was discharged in 1945 from the St. Louis-Jefferson barracks.

Henry was united in marriage to Shirley Sweeney on Sept. 12, 1941 at Albert Lea, Minn. To this union were born three children.

He lived in Manly from 1966 until 1988 when he moved to Mason City. He was employed at Lehigh Portland Cement Company for 20 years and then owned and operated Madsen Welding, retiring in 1972.

He always had a building project going and was active with the Mason City school system teaching welding.

In his spare time he enjoyed boating and vegetable gardening as well as traveling to the woods and forests in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Henry is survived by his daughter, Karen and her husband, Marvin Grouette, of Mason City; his son, Larry and his wife, Jean Madsen, of Manly; six grandchildren, Pam Servantez, Rick and Tim Grouette, Jamie, Brent and Matthew Madsen; 10 great-grandchildren Casey, Aaron, Joshua, Cory, Justin, Melinda, Chris, Cathy, Johnathan, and Jacob; two brothers, Victor Madsen, of Mason City; George, in France; two brothers-in-law, Kenneth Sweeney, of Mason City and Lloyd Nielsen, of Florida.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife in 1984; one son, Steven; four sisters, Agnes, Olga, Victoria, and Esther; and three brothers, David, Ejler, and Harold.

Fullerton Funeral Home, (641) 423-8676.

MarriageMason City Globe Gazette, Mason City, Iowa (print edition)
Citation details: Obituary for Henry Frank Madsen, 12 Jul 2001
Text:

HENRY FRANK MADSEN

MASON CITY - Henry Frank Madsen, age 82, formerly of 19 Fifth St. N.W. died Wednesday (July 11, 2001) at the Manly Care Center.

Memorial services for Henry will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday at Fullerton Funeral Home, 123 Second St. S.E. in Mason City, with the Rev. Jeffrey Dahlin, officiating. Inurnment will be at Elmwood-St. Joseph Cemetery with military honors by the Mason City Memorial Association.

The family will receive friends one hour prior to services on Friday at the funeral home.

Henry was born on Sept. 14, 1918 at International Falls, Minn., the son of Lars Christian and Laura (Rasmussen) Madsen. He attended school in Osage. He was further trained in sheet metal, air conditioning, and welding at a trade school in Seattle Washington.

He entered the Air Force in 1943 at Camp Dodge, in Des Moines. After honorably serving his country he was discharged in 1945 from the St. Louis-Jefferson barracks.

Henry was united in marriage to Shirley Sweeney on Sept. 12, 1941 at Albert Lea, Minn. To this union were born three children.

He lived in Manly from 1966 until 1988 when he moved to Mason City. He was employed at Lehigh Portland Cement Company for 20 years and then owned and operated Madsen Welding, retiring in 1972.

He always had a building project going and was active with the Mason City school system teaching welding.

In his spare time he enjoyed boating and vegetable gardening as well as traveling to the woods and forests in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Henry is survived by his daughter, Karen and her husband, Marvin Grouette, of Mason City; his son, Larry and his wife, Jean Madsen, of Manly; six grandchildren, Pam Servantez, Rick and Tim Grouette, Jamie, Brent and Matthew Madsen; 10 great-grandchildren Casey, Aaron, Joshua, Cory, Justin, Melinda, Chris, Cathy, Johnathan, and Jacob; two brothers, Victor Madsen, of Mason City; George, in France; two brothers-in-law, Kenneth Sweeney, of Mason City and Lloyd Nielsen, of Florida.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife in 1984; one son, Steven; four sisters, Agnes, Olga, Victoria, and Esther; and three brothers, David, Ejler, and Harold.

Fullerton Funeral Home, (641) 423-8676.

DeathMason City Globe Gazette, Mason City, Iowa (print edition)
Citation details: Obituary for Henry Frank Madsen, 12 Jul 2001
Text:

HENRY FRANK MADSEN

MASON CITY - Henry Frank Madsen, age 82, formerly of 19 Fifth St. N.W. died Wednesday (July 11, 2001) at the Manly Care Center.

Memorial services for Henry will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday at Fullerton Funeral Home, 123 Second St. S.E. in Mason City, with the Rev. Jeffrey Dahlin, officiating. Inurnment will be at Elmwood-St. Joseph Cemetery with military honors by the Mason City Memorial Association.

The family will receive friends one hour prior to services on Friday at the funeral home.

Henry was born on Sept. 14, 1918 at International Falls, Minn., the son of Lars Christian and Laura (Rasmussen) Madsen. He attended school in Osage. He was further trained in sheet metal, air conditioning, and welding at a trade school in Seattle Washington.

He entered the Air Force in 1943 at Camp Dodge, in Des Moines. After honorably serving his country he was discharged in 1945 from the St. Louis-Jefferson barracks.

Henry was united in marriage to Shirley Sweeney on Sept. 12, 1941 at Albert Lea, Minn. To this union were born three children.

He lived in Manly from 1966 until 1988 when he moved to Mason City. He was employed at Lehigh Portland Cement Company for 20 years and then owned and operated Madsen Welding, retiring in 1972.

He always had a building project going and was active with the Mason City school system teaching welding.

In his spare time he enjoyed boating and vegetable gardening as well as traveling to the woods and forests in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Henry is survived by his daughter, Karen and her husband, Marvin Grouette, of Mason City; his son, Larry and his wife, Jean Madsen, of Manly; six grandchildren, Pam Servantez, Rick and Tim Grouette, Jamie, Brent and Matthew Madsen; 10 great-grandchildren Casey, Aaron, Joshua, Cory, Justin, Melinda, Chris, Cathy, Johnathan, and Jacob; two brothers, Victor Madsen, of Mason City; George, in France; two brothers-in-law, Kenneth Sweeney, of Mason City and Lloyd Nielsen, of Florida.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife in 1984; one son, Steven; four sisters, Agnes, Olga, Victoria, and Esther; and three brothers, David, Ejler, and Harold.

Fullerton Funeral Home, (641) 423-8676.