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Ina Anna (Muzik) Brinkmeyer

Posted 2017-12-05 by Judy Wight Branson
Prescott Evening Courier, Prescott, Arizona
Friday, January 2, 1948, page 1, column 2

Mrs. I. Brinkmeyer Claimed By Death

Mrs. Ina A. Brinkmeyer, 78, wife of the late Henry Brinkmeyer, died
New Year's Eve at her home, 605 West Gurley street, where she had
lived since 1899. She had been in failing health for some time.

Mrs. Brinkmeyer was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Dec. 25, 1869. She
came to Prescott in 1890, and was married to Henry Brinkmeyer April
11, 1891.

She was for many years a member and active worker in the Western
Star Rebekah lodge, No. 9, Prescott. She was also a member of the
Golden Rule Chapter, No. 1, Order of Eastern Star.

Her family and her home were her chief interests in life.

She is survived by a son, Henry; to daughters, Marcella and
Caroline; also a sister, Mrs. Herman (Emily) Brinkmeyer; all of
Prescott. A brother, Joseph Muzik, of Lang, Saskatchewan, Canada,
also survives.

Private services will be held at the Lester Ruffner Funeral Home,
followed by entombment in the mausoleum in Mountain View cemetery.

It is requested that flowers be omitted.

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