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Martin Henry VanderMierden

Cemetery Plot: 06-33

File #: 204



3/14/1926 Glennon, MO








4/23/2012 Marble Hill, MO



4/26/2012 St Anthony's Catholic Church Cemetery






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 Henry Francis VanderMierden


 Martin Henry VanderMierden



Evelyn Davenport




Alma Bowers




Bill VanderMierden




Alice Crites




Leon Elmer Martin VanderMierden




Elmer T VanderMierden




Betty Little




Mary Lou Talley




Bob VanderMierden




Henry VanderMierden




Judy Marie Ford





 Marietta Catherine Bucher




06/03/2009 Widower 







 Mary 1909




 Annie 1910




 Rachel 1916




 Agnes Trankler 1919




 Dorothy F Trankler 1921




 Irene E Beel 1923






 Sophia Masea Laurentius

Martin Henry VanderMierden, 86, of Marble Hill died Monday, April 23, 2012, at his home. He was born March 14, 1926, in Glennon, Mo., son of Henry Francis and Sophia Masea Laurentius VanderMierden. He married Marietta Catherine “Mattie” Bucher on Aug. 26, 1950. She died June 3, 2009.

He worked as a carpenter for Elmer Fisher Construction until his retirement. He was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church at Glennon, Mo. During WWII he served in the Army in the Philippines and Japan.

Survivors include children: Evelyn (Lloyd Jr.) Davenport of Checotah, Okla., Alma Bowers (Tom Jansen), Bob (Cindy) VanderMierden, Henry (Julie) VanderMierden, and Judy (David) Ford, all of Marble Hill, Mary Lou (Kenny) Talley of Zalma, Mo., Bill (Peggy) VanderMierden of Fayetteville, Ark., Alice (Rex) Crites of Burfordville, Mo., Elmer (Renee) VanderMierden of Advance, Mo., and Betty (Clyde) Little of Millersville, Mo.; a sister, Agnes Trankler of Randles, Mo.; 36 grandchildren; and 42 great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by a son, Leon VanderMierden; three sons-in-law, Jimmy Brown, Lester Crader and Paul Bowers; and seven sisters.

Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Hutchings Funeral Home in Marble Hill. Parish prayers will be at 7.

Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Anthony Church, at Glennon, Mo., with the Rev. William Hennecke as celebrant. Burial will be in the church cemetery with military honors.


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