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Carl B Moe

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Carl Bergeton Moe (28.5.1880 i Tromsø - 1950 i Superior, Douglas County, Wisconsin) var sønn av fyrbøter og fotograf Johan Andreas Moe (5.12.1830 i Trondheim- 8.12.1913 sst) og Anna Jørgine Ørum (14.1.1847 i Trondheim-).

Carl. B. Moe ble utdannet i Trondheim. Han emigrerte som ugift maskinarbeider i 1903 til USA.

Gift med 2. oktober 1910 i Trondheim med Gunnhild Angvik (22.12.1883 i Kristiansund- 15.6.1962 i Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin) , datter av snekker Anders Olsen Tangvik (1853 i Tingvoll-) og Ingebord Pedersdatter Sæther (1847 i Tingvoll-).

Barn; Elsa Borghild Moe Heyer (1912 i Superior, Douglas, Wisconsin- 19?? i Superior, Douglas, Wisconsin), Helen Ingeborg Moe Nitsch (15.8.1917 i Superior, Douglas County, Wisconsin- 14.1.1993 i Martin, Florida), Walter Johan (30.1.1913 i Superior, Douglas County, Wisconsin- 31.5.2010 sst), Alice Eleanor Moe (27.8.1919 i Superior, Douglas, Wisconsin- 6.5.1962 i Superior, Douglas, Wisconsin).

Familien bodde i Superior, Douglas County, Wisconsin, USA.

Kenneth Bjork;

Carl B. Moe, Norwegian vice-konsul at Detroit, was educated at Trondhjem, he became chief engineer of the Iowa Steel and Iron Works at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and manager of the De Croupet Iron works in Detroit, he later became part owner of the C.B.Moe Company, producers of metal building products.

Obituary sønn Walter;

Walter J Moe, 97, of Superior, died Monday, May 31, 2010, in Villa-Marina Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was born on Jan 30, 1913, in Superior, to Carl B and Gunhild (Anvik) Moe.

He married Alta Hammerbeck on Sept 4, 1940, and celebrated 44 years of marriage before she passed away on March 12, 1985.

He served in the US Navy during World War II.

Walter was a member of Concordia Lutheran Church and the Sons of Norway.

In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents; and two sisters, Helen Nitsch and Elsa Heyer.

He is survived by one son, Karl (Carla) Moe, Superior; one daughter, Shirley Tratechaud, Superior; one sister, Alice McFarland, Calif; four grandchildren, Peter and Sam Tratechaud and Ashley and Brandon Moe; and one great-granddaughter, Sativa Moe.

Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery.

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