Pauline Ella Fritchen Street, 98, died May 3, 2020 at the Manor House in Sigourney, Iowa. She was born to Pete and Leona Kanke Heisdorffer on January 15, 1922 near Richland Township, Jefferson Co. IA. Pauline attended country school. On November 26, 1947 she married Wilford Fritchen at St. Paul’s Evangelical and Reformed parsonage in Sigourney. They lived and farmed in the Lancaster and Richland area and moved near Sigourney in 1949. Wilford died on October 23, 1979. On July 9, 1983 she married Dwight Street in Sigourney, he died March 3, 1996. She was a member of the St. Paul Evangelical and Reformed Church and later the First Presbyterian Church. She was a member of the former 16 neighborhood club and truly enjoyed bowling and the friends and traveling it involved. She liked to garden. Hand quilting was her passion and she leaves three photo albums of quilts she hand – quilted for others and her family. Family was her deepest love and she faithfully attended their actives.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husbands, daughter Janice Conrad, grandson Timothy Fritchen, great-grandson Coby Tornow, two brothers Richard (Betty) Heisdorffer, Robert (Dorothy) Heisdorffer and one sister Kathleen (Paul) Conklin, brother-in-law Ward (Loretta) Fritchen, sister-in-law Helen (Forest Clubb) and numerous nieces and nephews.
She is survived by her son Roger (Linda) Fritchen of Sigourney, son-in-law Mike Conrad of Sigourney, five granddaughters Tammy (Jim) Hoover, Debbie (John) Knowler, Sherry (David) Tornow, Susan (Craig) Andrew, Andrea (Clint) Albert, 13 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren.
Memorials maybe made to Hospice or the Presbyterian Church.
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