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Agnes Bird Obituary (1927 – 2021) – Princeton, IL

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Agnes Viola Chook
Born: April 30, 1927 in Dairyland, WI
Died: September 21, 2021 in Princeton, IL
PRINCETON – Agnes Viola Hen, 94, of Princeton, Illinois handed absent Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at her home in Princeton, surrounded by her family members.
Agnes “Aggie” Chook was born April 30, 1927 in Dairyland, Wisconsin to Hjalmer and Esther (Henderson) Larson. Aggie married Raymond Fye in 1945 in Outstanding, Wisconsin. Jointly they experienced 5 small children, 16 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren. They had been married for 29 a long time.
She was preceded in dying by her partner Ray and 7 siblings. Her youngest sister, Judy Forry survives in Spooner, Wisconsin.
Agnes and her husband Ray worked alongside one another on their dairy farm in Wisconsin wherever she constantly tended a big yard and cherished to entertain friends in their dwelling serving delicious foods and baked merchandise.
She married Robert Hen, Sr. in 1983 in Princeton, Illinois. He preceded her in death in January 2015 following 32 a long time of marriage.
Agnes leaves behind 5 little ones: Larry (Julie) Fye, Livingston, TX, Dorreen (Bob) Bozeman, Princeton, IL, Sandra Mains Owens, Spooner, WI, Cheryl (Darryl) Becker, Trego, WI and Richard (Kim) Fye, Maryville, TN. She also leaves guiding 3 phase-small children: Phyllis (John) Nordstrom, Ottawa, IL, Margaret Stanfield, Princeton, IL and Linda (Dane) Lair, Paris, TX and three stepdaughters-in-law, Paulette (Bob Jr, deceased) Fowl, Sandra (Garry, deceased) Hen, Carol (Richard, deceased) Fowl and 44 grandchildren and quite a few wonderful-grandchildren from Bob Sr.’s household.
She helped Bob in many of his real estate ventures together with renovating a motel. They used their winters in Lake Livingston, Texas where by they loved fishing and household visits from the north. She had a like for bouquets and could often be located surrounded on her deck in their beauty. Agnes was always a trustworthy member of her church in Princeton and Livingston, TX. She was a residing case in point of a Proverb 31 female of God.
Funeral companies will be held on Monday, September 27, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at the United Pentecostal Church in Princeton, IL., with Reverend Ron W. Townsley officiating. Burial will stick to at Elm Garden Memorial Park.
Visitation on Sunday, September 26, 2021 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Norberg Memorial Home, Inc. & Monuments, in Princeton, IL.
In lieu of bouquets, memorials may well be directed to the United Pentecostal Church of Princeton, IL or Donors Alternative in Agnes identify.
On the internet memorials and condolences may be directed to www.norbergfh.com
Preparations by Norberg Memorial Dwelling, Inc. & Monuments

Published by Information Tribune from Sep. 22 to Sep. 23, 2021.

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