Inez T. Stangler, 80, a former Williamsville resident, died Monday (Dec. 22, 1997) in her home in Hot Springs Village, Ark.
Born in Marshall, Minn., the former Inez Todnem graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in home economics.
She married Bernard Stangler in 1942 and after World War II, they moved to Williamsville, where they lived for 38 years. They retired to Hot Springs Village in 1985.
Mrs. Stangler was a homemaker, raising six children and enjoying cooking, sewing and entertaining. She traveled extensively with her husband and enjoyed playing bridge and golf.
Besides her husband, survivors include one son, Paul of Hot Springs Village; five daughters, Mary Birkeymeyer of Hot Springs Village, Carol and Jean Clark, both of Atlanta, Susan of St. Peters, Mo., and Nancy Kochis of Franklin, Wis.; four sisters, Ada Schroeder of Pipestone, Minn.; Lila Venables of Falls Church, Ark.; Virginia Johnson and Lois Johnson, both of Wadena, Minn.; one brother, Teddy Todnem of Marshall, Minn.; and three grandchildren.
A memorial Mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Monday in Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Hot Springs Village.