Mildred Kiesel

Obituary of Mildred K. Kiesel

Mildred K. Kiesel DOLGEVILLE - Mildred K. Kiesel, 92 of 31 S. Helmer, Dolgeville and since March 2000 a resident of the Folts Home, Herkimer passed away Thursday February 13, 2003 at that residence. She was born February 1, 1911 in New Britain, CT the son of the late Feodor and Natalie (Panesevich) Karpey. She was educated in the Fairfield Rural School. She was united in marriage to Bodo Kiesel on August 21, 1937 in Arietta, NY, by the Rev. Frank Titus. Mrs. Kiesel was employed for many years as a stitcher in the former Daniel Green Co., Dolgeville until she retired in 1973. She is survived by her husband of 65 years Bodo, a son Ronald Kiesel and wife Jaqueline, Meredith, NH, a daughter Norma Triplett, York, PA, a sister Olga Toher, Little Falls, a granddaughter Melissa Johnson Seven Valley's, PA, and a great granddaughter Christine Johnson, Glenolden, PA. She is predeceased by 4 brothers Alex, Leonard, Theodore and Jacob Karpey, and by 2 sisters Nona Haschuck and Zenaida Cobak. Memorial services will held on Friday, February 21, 2003 at 11:00 a.m. from the Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 588 Albany Street, Little Falls, with the Rev. Dr. Steven A. Scarcia, Rector officiating. Interment will take place in Dolgeville Cemetery in the spring. Arrangements are by the Chapman-Moser Funeral Home, Inc., 42 N. Ann Street, Little Falls. There are no calling hours. It is the wishes of the family that contributions in the memory of Mrs. Kiesel be considered to the Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 588 Albany Street, Little Falls, NY 13365 or to the Folts Home, 104 N. Washington Street, Herkimer, NY 13350. Envelopes are also available at the funeral home for this purpose.
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