Mitchell County Iowa
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Part Number: 125

 

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Scholl, Evelyn 1913-2003

OBITUARY: Evelyn Frances (Malek) Scholl, 1913-2003, Mitchell Co., Iowa [Adapted from: Mitchell County-Press-News online - Posted Dec. 31, 2003 ] Evelyn Scholl Funeral services for Evelyn Frances (Malek) Scholl, age 90, of Osage, Iowa, were held Saturday, Dec. 27, 2003 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Osage, with Reverend Mark Reasoner officiating. Interment was in the Sacred Heart Cemetery in Rockwell. Evelyn died Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2003 at the Riceville Community Rest Home. Evelyn Scholl was born May 20, 1913 in Schley, Iowa, the daughter of Joseph and Barbara (Petska) Malek. She married Walter C. Scholl on June 5, 1939 in Rockwell, Iowa. They were engaged in dairy farming in Cerro Gordo and Mitchell Counties until they retired to Osage in 1974. For the past three years Evelyn received loving care at the Riceville Community Rest Home. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Walter Charles Scholl, two brothers Rudolph Malek, Clarence Malek, two sisters Helen Malek and Louise Malek. Her survivors include two daughters Darlene Karen (Scholl) Schaefer (Thomas) of McIntire, Sandra Frances (Scholl) Foster (William) of Carrollton, Texas; three grandchildren Sheila Marie (Schaefer) Flaherty (Thomas) of Adams, Minnesota, Renae Susan (Schaefer) Cody (Tim) of Stewartville, Minnesota, Lawrence Dean Schaefer (Elizabeth) of Manassas, Virginia, seven great-grandchildren Sean Padraic Flaherty, Lila Rose Flaherty, Lindsey Rae Cody, Kati Jo Cody, Cory Robert Cody, Stephen Karl Schaefer, and Daniel Thomas Schaefer. Copyright 2004, K. L. Kittleson Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schoonmaker, Margaret 1904-1996

OBITUARY: Margaret I. Schoonmaker, 1904-1996, Mitchell County, Iowa [ From Mason City Globe Gazette, Mason City, Iowa, June 13, 1996 (edited)] Margaret I. Schoonmaker OSAGE, IOWA--Margaret I. Schoonmaker, 91, of St. Ansgar, and formerly of Osage, died Sunday (Jan. 7, 1996) at the Good Samaritan Center in St. Ansgar. Memorial services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Champion Funeral Home, Osage, with the Rev. Clark Christian officiating. Private inurnment services will be held at the Riverside Cemetery, Riceville. Margaret I. Schoonmaker was born Oct. 4, 1904, in Westgate. Survivors include one sister, Dorothy E. McMaster of Waterloo. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters and two half-brothers. Copyright 2004, Kermit Kittleson (for IaGenWeb) Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schoonover, Grace c1965

OBITUARY: Grace Ethel Schoonover Taylor, Mitchell County, Iowa MRS. GRACE TAYLOR OSAGE WOMAN DIED Funeral services for an Osage woman, Mrs. Grace Taylor, were held Tuesday with the Rev. Thomas Brooks, pastor of the Congregational church, in charge. Cremation is planned. Mrs. Taylor died at Mitchell County Memorial hospital Saturday after only a brief illness. Grace Ethel Schoonover was born in Mitchell County. She is the last of a family of nine children born to her parents. She was a graduate of State College of Iowa. Her husband, Dr. Fred Taylor, retired local dentist, died Oct. 22, 1964. Survivors are her many nieces and nephews. Copyright (c) 2002 by Marilyn O'Connor (Note: I am not necessarily related to the subject of the obituary.) Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schoonover, Mary Elizabeth 1870-1907

OBITUARY: Mary Elizabeth Schoonover, Mitchell County, Iowa Mary Elizabeth Schoonover [1870-1907] Mary Elizabeth Schoonover was born in Toledo, Ohio, November 7th, 1870 and died in Peoria, Ill., April 7, 1907 at the age of 37 years and 5 months. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earhart of this city and spent several years of her life here. Besides her father and mother she leaves a husband, two daughters and six sisters to mourn her loss, all of whom were present at the funeral except one sister, Mrs. Frank Douglass of Brownsvalley, Minn., who was unable to come. The services, conducted . . . . The body was brought here for burial. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Shaffer were held at the cemetery chapel, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the remains were laid to rest in our peaceful cemetery. (April 11, 1907 Osage News) Copyright (c) 2001 by Marilyn Oconnor (Note: I am not necessarily related to the subject of the obituary.) Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schotanus, Gerald 1928-2004

OBITUARY: Gerald (Jerry) Sherwood Schotanus, 1928-2004, Mitchell Co., Iowa [Adapted from Mitchell County Press online, Feb. 4, 2004] Gerald (Jerry) Sherwood Schotanus Funeral services for Gerald (Jerry) Sherwood Schotanus, 76, of St. Ansgar, were held on Monday, Feb. 2, 2004 at 1:30 PM at Immanuel Lutheran Church, St. Ansgar, Iowa, with Rev. Byron Northwick officiating. Burial was in the Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery. Jerry died Friday, Jan. 30, 2004 at Mitchell County Regional Health Center, Osage, Iowa, after battling cancer for 8 months. Gerald (Jerry) Sherwood Schotanus was born January 3, 1928, in Iowa Falls, Iowa, the son of Jacob and Sietske (Streenstra) Schotanus. Jerry attended rural school near Mason City; Spring Valley Country School near St. Ansgar; St. Ansgar High School; and graduated from Grafton High School in 1946. Jerry was united in marriage to Marilyn Hoeft on January 11, 1953 in Ventura, Iowa. After serving in the army during the Korean War, they lived and farmed, both grain and livestock in the St. Ansgar-Carpenter area until his death. He also drove truck part-time for Ruan for several years. Jerry was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in St. Ansgar where he served as trustee for 20 years, held numerous offices in LLL Men's Club, and Friendship Club. He also was active in the Carpenter Community Club, was on the school board in both the Carpenter and St. Ansgar school districts. He served as secretary-treasurer of Lions Club for many years and in 2003 received the Melvin Jones Fellowship for his dedicated humanitarian services. Jerry and Marilyn were host parents for four students in the International Foreign Exchange Student program. Jerry enjoyed being outdoors and caring for his livestock and pets. He also enjoyed dancing with Marilyn at the Surf ballroom and the Carpenter Community Club (where he was known as the popcorn man). They traveled to Europe several times and enjoyed visiting with Jerry's cousins in the Netherlands and their foreign exchange student families throughout Europe. He enjoyed spending time with his family, especially taking them to the Minnesota Twins ball games, playing cribbage, checkers and Go Fish. Attending school activites for his children and grandchildren was an important part of his life. He was preceded in death by his parents. Left to cherish his memory is his wife of 51 years, Marilyn; daughters, Sheila Schaefer and husband Harlan of Ellsworth; Sheryl Haer and husband Johnny of Craig, Michigan; son Gary Schotanus and wife Linda of Grafton, Kornel Romand who joined our family from Slovakia in 1994 and his wife Jennifer of Fort Worth, Texas. Seven grandchildren, Jacob and Jason Schaefer, Luke Aaron and Jill Haer, and Nicole and Kyle Schotanus; one sister, Laura Helm of Plymouth, two brothers Clyde of St. Ansgar, and Jack of Grafton; also numerous nieces and nephews; as well as other relatives, including cousins in the Netherlands and friends. Extended family members include: Berend Pastoor, Janneke and Arjan of the Netherlands; Peter Osce and Valerie of Belgium; and Juia Ganieva of Uzbekistan. Schroeder & Sites Funeral Home, St. Ansgar, Iowa, was in charge of arrangements. (641) 713-4920. Copyright 2004, K.L. Kittleson Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schrage, Ellen 1906-2005

OBITUARY: Ellen G. (Frascht) Schrage, 1906-2005, Mitchell County, Iowa Ellen G. Schrage A Mass of Christian Burial for Ellen Genevieve Schrage, age 98, of Osage, Iowa, was held Monday, March 7 , 2005, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Osage, with Rev. Mark Reasoner officiating. Burial was at Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery in Osage. Ellen peacefully entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, March 2, 2005, at the Good Samaritan Center in St. Ansgar, Iowa. Ellen was born June 20, 1906, in Floyd County, Iowa, to Matt and Catherine (Kohlhaas) Frascht. She graduated from Charles City High School and Teacher's Training at the University of Northern Iowa. After graduation, she taught school in a one room country school near her home. Ellen married Chriss Schrage on Jan. 12, 1929, in Roseville, Iowa. To this union, 6 children were born. Chriss and Ellen farmed for 47 years until Chriss passed away in 1976. She was active in 4-H and her children's school projects. Ellen loved to crochet, making quilts and knitting mittens and hats for everyone who needed them. She was active at the Senior Citizen Center after she moved to Osage in 1976. She lived in Osage until she entered the Good Samaritan Center in St. Ansgar in 1998. She was preceded in death by her husband Chriss; her parents; five brothers, Leo, Bernard, Joseph, Louis, and Bert Frascht; one sister, Marie Kaye; and a great-grandson, Nicholas Elliott. Left to cherish her memory are her children: Eugene Schrage of McIntire; Kathleen (Bill) Cohn of Mission, Texas; Maria Diggle of San Bernardino, Calif.; Pat (Frank) Kraft of Big Fork, Montana; Leon (Carol) Schrage of Iowa City; Veronica (Dean) Adams of Stacyville, Iowa; 23 grandchildren, 42 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren. Arrangments made by Champion-Bucheit Funeral Home (641)732-3706. Copyright 2005, Mitchell County Press-News All rights reserved. www.mcpress.com -- Posted March 8, 2005 Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schramm, Judith c1961-2004

OBITUARY: Judith Lee (Anderson) Schramm, c1961-2004, Mitchell Co., Iowa [Based on obituary in Mitchell County Press-News online, Posted July 28, 2004] Judith Lee Schramm Judith Lee Schramm of St. Paul, Minnesota, died peacefully of leukemia on Friday, July 23, 2004 at the age of 43. The funeral was held Thursday, July 29, 2004 at Dayton Ave. Presbyterian Church in St. Paul. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery. She was a proficient musician, claiming flute, piano, viola, dulcimer, and marimba as her instruments, and playing with a Gamelan orchestra and in the percussion section of the Norseman Band at St. Olaf. She obtained degrees in psychology, German and nutrition. She was preceded in death by her brother, Paul Anderson. She will be missed by her husband and best friend of nearly 20 years, Andreas, her children Colleen (Kaela) 19, Adrian (Adi) 17, and Sarina 15, and her parents Art and Darlene Anderson. Willwerscheid Funeral Home & Cremation Service, (651) 228-1006, was in charge of arrangements. Copyright 2004, K. L. Kittleson Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schrandt Theobald, Alvina 1921-2005

OBITUARY: Alvina E. (Schrandt) Theobald, 1921-2005, Mitchell County, Iowa [Based on obituary in the Mitchell County Press-News online, Jan. 19, 2005] Alvina E. Theobald Alvina E. Theobald passed away on January 15, 2005 at the Stacyville Community Nursing Home at the age of 83. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, January 18, 2005 at Visitation Church, Stacyville, with Rev. Mark Reasoner officiating. Burial was in Visitation Cemetery, Stacyville, Iowa. Alvina, daughter of William and Julia Schrandt, was born on November 19, 1921 in Stacyville, Iowa. After graduating from Visitation High School, Alvina worked at Hormel until her marriage to Clem Theobald of Meyer, Iowa in 1942. From their marriage until 1984, they operated the Theobald family farm. They then retired to their home in Stacyville. She was an active church member, and served for many years with the Christian Mothers. She also enjoyed her quilting interests with the Thread Clippers. She always appreciated the strong friendships she developed through these activities. She was preceded in death by her parents, five brothers: Larry, Leander, Pete, Mike and Fritz; and by three sisters: Connie, Minnie, and Mary. Alvina is survived by her husband Clem of 62 years, her seven children, Ron (Valerie) Theobald of Burke, Va.; Sue (Verlyn) Mullenbach of Stacyville; Mike Theobald of Oskaloosa; Linda (Rob) Reding of Houston, Texas; Jane (Denton) Voss of Leawood, Kansas; Ed (Brenda) Theobald of Stacyville; and Tom (Darla) Theobald of Mankato. Also by one sister, Rose Klapperich of Stacyville; and by one brother, Bob Schrandt of White Rock, New Mexico; 18 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Schroeder & Sites Funeral Home, St. Ansgar was in charge of arrangements. (641) 713-4920. Copyright 2005, K.L. Kittleson Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schrandt, Edwin 1910-1995

OBITUARY: Edwin A. `Pete' Schrandt, 1910-1995, Mitchell County, Iowa [MASON CITY (Iowa) GLOBE GAZETTE - Sep. 3, 1995] Edwin A. `Pete' Schrandt STACYVILLE-- Edwin A. `Pete' Schrandt, 85, died Friday (Sept. 1, 1995) in Stacyville. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Visitation Church with the Rev. Paul Otting officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Visitation will be held at Hatten and Sons Funeral Home with a rosary at 3 p.m. today and scriptures at 8 p.m. Edwin A. Schrandt was born June 25, 1910 in Festina. Survivors include two sisters, Rose Klapperich of Meyer, and Alvina Theobald of Stacyville; four brothers, Lawrence Schrandt of Wheat Ridge, Colo., Robert Schrandt of White Rock, N.M., Mike Schrandt of Bancroft, and Wilfred (Fritz) Schrandt of Stacyville. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, and one brother. Copyright 2004, IaGenWeb -- Not for commercial use Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schrandt Klapperich, Rose 1914-2005

OBITUARY: Rose J. (Schrandt) Klapperich, 1914-2005, Mitchell County, Iowa [ Posted Nov. 16, 2005 - www.mcpress.com - Mitchell County Press-News ] Rose J. Klapperich A Mass of Resurrection for Rose J. Klapperich of Stacyville, was held on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2005 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Meyer, Iowa with Rev. John Moser officiating. Burial was in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Meyer. Rose entered eternal life on November 8, 2005 at the age of 91 at Stacyville Community Nursing Home where she had resided since April, 2002. Rose, daughter of William and Julia Schrandt was born on July 10, 1914 in Stacyville, Iowa. She attended school in Stacyville. Rose became the bride of Arthur Klapperich, of Meyer, Iowa on May 6, 1936. Art preceded her in death on February 9, 1996. In addition to farm life and raising their family, Rose was instrumental in forming the Meyer Marvelettes 4-H club and was a 4-H leader for many years. She was an active member of Sacred Heart Rosary Society and in later years a dedicated member of the Sacred Heart Church choir. While her husband, Art, was custodian of Sacred Heart parish, she assisted him with planting and caring for the beautiful flowers on the grounds. Rose served as sacristan for Sacred Heart Church for many years. She worked at Stacyville Community Nursing Home for about 13 years, forging many lasting friendships. With her passing, Rose joins in heaven, her husband Arthur, her parents, five brothers: Lawrence, Leander, Edwin (Pete) , A. Mike, Wilfred (Fritz) and four sisters: Connie Pitzen, Minnie Anderson, Alvina Theobald and Mary Schrandt. Survivors include her seven children, Gene (Marge) Klapperich of Lynden, Wash.; Mary (Richard) Leonard of Mantorville, Minn.; David (Barbara) Klapperich of Eau Claire, Wisc.; Daniel (Carmen) Klapperich of Spring Hill, Tenn.; Tony (Janet) Klapperich of Spring Grove, Minn.; Barbara (Steven) Kime of Austin Minn. and Annette (Richard) Hutchinson of Rochester, Minn.; 17 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; one brother Robert Schrandt of White Rock, N.M. and sister-in-law Rita Schrandt of Stacyville, continue to remember her. Memorial suggested for the Meyer Sacred Heart oratory fund. Schroeder & Sites Funeral home, St. Ansgar, Iowa, was in charge of arrangements. Phone: (641) 713-4920. Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schrandt, Virginia 1949-2002

OBITUARY: Virginia Schrandt, Mitchell County, Iowa [Mitchell County Press-News, online, www.mcpress.com, Posted May 1, 2002] Virginia Schrandt Funeral services for Virginia Schrandt, 52, of Stacyville will be held at 10:30 am, Thursday, May 2, 2002 at the Visitation Catholic Church in Stacyville with Rev. Joseph Schneider officiating. Interment will take place at the Visitation Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3 pm to 7:30 pm Wednesday with a rosary at 3 pm and a scripture service at 7 pm at the Visitation Catholic Church. Virginia died Sunday, April 28 at the Stacyville Community Nursing Home. She was born Sept. 6, 1949 in Osage, IA to Wilfred and Rita Niess Schrandt. She attended Visitation grade school and graduated from Marian High School in 1968. She worked at Easter Seal in Mason City and Cedar Valley Rehabilitation in Austin, MN. Virginia worked in the housekeeping department at the Stacyville Community Nursing Home until ill health caused her to retire. She became a resident of the home in September 2000. Virginia was a member of the Women's Catholic Order of Foresters and the American legion Auxiliary. Preceding her in death were her father, her maternal grandparents and her paternal grandparents. Survivors include her mother, Rita of Stacyville, two brothers, Dick and his wife Susan of Caldwell, ID and Charles and his wife Beverly, South St. Paul, MN, one sister Marie and her husband Kelly Hendrix of Caldwell, ID, three nephews, Christian and Michael Schrandt, Nathan Schrandt and four nieces, Krista and her husband Jesse Naymik, Kara Schrandt and Allison and Claire Hendrix. Schroeder & Sites Funeral Home, St. Ansgar, IA is in charge of arrangements. (641) 713-4920. Copyright (c) 2002 by Kermit Kittleson (Note: I am not necessarily related to the subject of the obituary.) Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schrandt, Wilfred 1916-2002

OBITUARY: Wilfred J. Schrandt, Mitchell, Iowa [Original version from Mitchell County Press-News, online, www.mcpress.com, posted: April 3, 2002] Wilfred Schrandt Wilfred J. Schrandt died Tues., Mar. 26, 2002 at Mercy Medical Center, Mason City, Iowa. Funeral services were held Sat., Mar. 30, 2002 at Visitation Catholic Church, Stacyville. Wilfred was born Sept. 1, 1916 to William A. and Julia Moser Schrandt. He graduated from Visitation High School and attended Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa for one year. He worked in Fort Dodge and Des Moines until entering the U.S. Army. He was trained in Ireland and stationed in Italy and North Africa as a medic. After his discharge, he returned to Iowa and worked at the Stacyville Savings Bank advancing to bank manager until his retirement after 40 years. He married Rita Niess on June 10, 1948 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Meyer, Iowa. He was a member of the Hale Penney Fuller Post of the American Legion serving as financial officer, Catholic Order of Foresters and Knights of Columbus. He was the first chairman of Mitchell County Conservation Board serving for 20 years. Preceding him in death were his parents; brothers, Lawerance, Leander, Nicke and Edwin; two sisters, Connie Pitzen and Minnie Anderson. Those that survive him include his wife, Rita; two sons, Richard and wife 3 Susan of Caldwell, Idaho, Charles and wife Beverly of South St. Paul, Minnesota; two daughters, Virginia Schrandt of Stacyville Nursing Home and Marie and her husband Kelly Hendrix of Caldwell, Idaho; seven grandchildren; two sisters, Rose Klapperich and Mrs. Clem (Alvina) Theobald both of Stacyville; and one brother Robert of Los Alamos, New Mexico. Copyright (c) 2006 by Kermit Kittleson This document may not be used for commercial gain. It is intended only for personal genealogical use. Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schrode Wilkes, Bernice 1911-2004

OBITUARY: Bernice (Schrode) Wilkes, 1911-2004, Mitchell County, Iowa [Adapted from: Mitchell County Press-News online - 10/27/2004] Bernice Wilkes Funeral services for Bernice Wilkes, age 93, of Dorchester, Iowa, and formerly of McIntire, Iowa, were held on Wednesday, October 27, 2004 at the Riceville United Methodist Church, Riceville, Iowa, with Rev. Michael Cary officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery in Riceville, Iowa. Bernice passed away Friday, Oct. 22, 2004 at the Veteran's Memorial Hospital in Waukon. Bernice was born on August 10, 1911, in Riceville, Iowa, the daughter of William and Rosa Gerhardt Schrode. She attended local schools and graduated from Riceville High School. She was united in marriage to Ralph Wilkes on June 7, 1933 in Hawkeye, Iowa. She was a homemaker. Bernice was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Ralph in 1987 and two sons: Mayo and Quentin. Her survivors include one daughter, Dixie Lee Cook of Roseville, California; two sons: Milo and his wife Judy of Riceville, and Lyle and his wife Barb of Dorchester, Iowa; 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren, one great-great grandchild, and one daughter- in-law, Joanne Wilkes of Marco Island, Florida. Lindstrom Funeral Home in Riceville was in charge of arrangements. Copyright 2004, K. L. Kittleson Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schroeder Shew, Connie 1946-2002

OBITUARY: Connie Schroeder Shew, Mitchell county, Iowa [Mitchell County Press-News, online, www.mcpress.com, Posted Apr. 3, 2002] Connie Shew A memorial service was held at Evergreen Christian Center, Hills-boro, OR, on Tues., March 26, 2002 for Connie L. Shew, age 55 of Hillsboro, OR. Private interment was in Valley Memorial Park, OR. She died March 22, 2002 in Hillsboro, OR. Connie was born Dec. 17, 1946 in Osage, IA to Robert and Adeline Schroeder of Osage. She graduated from Riceville High School and received her nurses training at Iowa Methodist School of Nursing, Des Moines. She was a RN, Enterostomal Therapist and Diabetes Educator at Tuality Hospital in Hillsboro, OR. Connie married Paul Shew on Aug. 23, 1975 and they moved to LaJolla, CA. They later moved to Hillsboro, OR and have lived there 23 years. She was a member of Evergreen Christian Center and was active in women's and children's ministries, choir and drama. She was also a member of American Diabetes Association, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society and American Association of Diabetic Educators. Those that survive her include her husband, Paul Shew of Hillsboro, OR; two daughters and son-in-law, Emily and Kevin Hughes and Elizabeth Shew all of Hillsboro, OR; her parents, Robert and Adeline Schroeder, Osage, IA; two sisters, Toni Friederich (Rod) of Alta Vista, IA and Lois Hutton (Bob) of LeSueur, MN; a brother Roger (Deb) Schroeder of Elma, IA; numerous nieces and nephews, anuts, uncles and cousins. The family suggests memorials be directed to Evergreen Christian Center, 4400 NW Glencoe Road, Hillsboro, OR 97124. Tuality Community Hospital is in the process of establishing a memorial for enterostomal scholarship training. Copyright (c) 2002 by Kermit Kittleson (Note: I am not necessarily related to the subject of the obituary.) Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schroeder, Lillian (Winer) 1899-1979

OBITUARY: Lillian Schroeder, Mitchell County, Iowa [St. Ansgar Enterprise, 13 SEP 1979 ] Lillian Schroeder Funeral Held at Osage September 10 Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian Schroeder, 79, of Osage, who died at the Mitchell County Memorial Hospital September 7, were held at Our Savior's Lutheran church in Osage September 10 with the Rev. Kit B. Belk officiating. Lillian Josephine Winer was born November 22, 1899 in Mitchell County, the daughter of Charles and Dora (Berenz) Winer. She married Alvin Schroeder May 22, 1921. They established their home on a farm near St. Ansgar, and then moved to a farm near Little Cedar in 1932. In 1951 they moved to Osage. Mrs. Schoeder is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Marion (Mildred) Young, two sons, Rudolph and Virgil, all of Osage; six grandchildren, six great grandchildren; her mother Mrs. Dora Schmidt and a sister, Mrs. Ed (Thelma) Ahlf of St. Ansgar. She was preceded in death by her husband, father, and three grandchildren. Burial was in Liberty cemetery, Little Cedar, with Rev. Belk in charge of the committal services. Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schroeder, Oscar 1921-1992

OBITUARY: Oscar J. Schroeder, Mitchell County, Iowa (St. Ansgar Enterprise-Journal, St. Ansgar, Iowa; 9 JAN 1992) Oscar J. Schroeder Funeral services were held for Oscar J. Schroeder, 70, January 9 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, St. Ansgar. Burial was in the Immanuel Cemetery with full military honors by his comrades of the St. Ansgar Legion Post. He passed away January 7 at Roschester, Minnesota. Oscar J. Schroeder was born August 7, 1921 in St. Ansgar, the son of Oscar G. Schroeder and his wife, Frieda, nee Schroeder. He was baptized into the Christian faith by Pastor Paul Brammer at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, St. Ansgar, Sept. 4, 1921 with Ed Mielke and Antonia Schroeder as his sponsors. He confirmed his baptismal vows April 14, 1935, having been instructed by Pastor Brammer and remained a lifelong member of the church. O.J. attended the St. Ansgar schools and graduated from St. Ansgar High School in 1939. He enlisted in the U.S. Army and served from 1942 to 1946. He attended Mortuary School in St. Louis, Missouri and graduated in 1948. He was united in marriage to Dorothy McGoon November 28, 1948 at Hampton by the Rev. Dr. Rowley at the Hampton Methodist Church. This union was blessed with two sons, Dwight and Melvin. Mr. Schroeder was involved in the funeral home and furniture store until his retirement in 1981. His hobbies included fishing, early morning golf in his retirement years and gardening. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Melvin G. Schroeder and granddaughter Molly. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy of St. Ansgar; two sons, Dr. Dwight Schroeder and his family of Cedar Rapids and Melvin Schroeder and family, St. Ansgar; five grandchildren, Jonathan, Christopher and Elizabeth Schroeder of Cedar Rapids, and Mitchell and Betsy Schroeder of St. Ansgar. Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schroeder, Rhoda 1903-1981

OBITUARY: Rhoda Cynthia (Hilde) Schroeder, 1903-1981, Mitchell County, Iowa [St. Ansgar Enterprise, 1 OCT 1981] Mrs. Rhoda Schroeder Funeral Held at Mona Lutheran Church Funeral services for Mrs. Rhoda C. Schroeder, 78, of Mona, who died at St. Olaf hospital, Austin, Minn., September 20, were held September 23 at Mona Lutheran church with the Rev. Gaylord Grant officiating. Rhoda Cynthia Schroeder was born July 9, 1903 in Selby, S.D., the daughter of Hans and Sarah (Hill) Hilde. They moved to Lyle in 1910 where she resided until her death. She graduated from Lyle high school in 1923 and attended Winona State Teachers College. Mrs. Schroeder was a rural school teacher in the Myrtle area for six years. She married Clifford G. Schroeder in Austin December 7, 1929. They farmed all their married life south of Lyle. Mr. Schroeder died in 1968. Mrs. Schroeder was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. She was active as a Sunday school teacher or superintendent for many years, a W.M.F. president for many years, Circuit Officer for four years, ALCW officer, Circle member and a member of the Quilting group. She is survived by two sons, the Rev. Clifford M. Schroeder of Blooming Prairie, Minn. and Ralph C. Schroeder of Naperville, Ill.; eight grandchildren and one great grandchild. Burial was in Pleasant Hill cemetery, Mona, with the Rev. Grant in charge of the committal services. Copyright (c) 2003 by Kermit Kittleson & Barb Nagy (Note: Not necessarily related to the subject(s) of this document) Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schroeder, Robert 1924-2004

OBITUARY: Robert A. Schroeder, 1924-2004, Mitchell Co., Iowa [Based on obituary in Mitchell County Press-News online, Posted August 4, 2004] Robert A. Schroeder Robert A. Schroeder, age 80, of Osage, Iowa, left to be with his Lord on Sunday, August 1, 2004, at the Mitchell County Regional Health Center in Osage. Bob was born March 30, 1924, on a farm west of Elma, the son of Homer and Myrtle (Diestler) Schroeder. He attended rural school and Elma High School. In May 1943, Bob was inducted in to the U.S. Navy at Des Moines. He served in the Pacific Theater during World War II aboard the USS San Diego and the USS Crenshaw, and was discharged December 3, 1945 as a Fireman 2nd Class. On October 5, 1944, he married Adeline Brockney at the Little Brown Church in Nashua. Upon returning from the service, he and Adeline began farming, until he retired in 1978, and moved to Osage. Bob was a seasonal employee at the Osage Co-op Elevator for several years. He enjoyed his family, grandkids, and great-grandkids and going to their church, sport and school events. He was a 4-H leader for 15 years, and was a Senior Advocate for the Elderbridge Agency on Aging. He was active in Farm Bureau and the Republican Party. Bob served on district and local Methodist Committees, was involved with Walk to Emmaus, and was past Methodist Men's President. Bob and Adeline worked with Heifer Project International all of their married life, an organization which gives animals to needy folks in the United States and 120 countries throughout the world, celebrating 60 years of activities. A Celebration of Life was held on Wednesday, August 4, 2004, at the First United Methodist Church in Osage, with Rev. Dr. J. Samuel Subramanian officiating. Inurnment will be in the Howard Cemetery in Elma with Military Honors at the grave by the John Frahm American Legion Post 597 of Elma. Survived by his wife Adeline Brockney Schroeder of Osage; son Roger (Deb) Schroeder of Elma and their children, Darcy (Matt) Johnson; Steffen (Darcy) Fair, Pat (Andrea) Fair, Katie (Nathan) Lindsay and Willie Schroeder; daughters Lois (Robert) Hutton of Le Sueur, Minnesota, and their children Bob II and Ben Hutton, Toni (Rodney) Friedrich of Alta Vista and their children Abbi, Chelsea and Maddi Friedrich, Connie Shew (deceased) and Paul Shew of Banks, Oregon, and their children Elizabeth Shew and Emily (Kevin) Hughes. Seven great- grandchildren; a sister, Wanda (Ken) Steuber of Columbia, South Carolina; brothers, Kenneth (Barbara) Schroeder of Albert Lea, Minn.; Dean (Alice) Schroeder of Chester; Ronnie (Janet) Schroeder of Long Beach, Calif.; sister-in-law Jeanette Schroeder of Elma. He was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Connie Shew; granddaughter Leah Friedrich; sister, Evelyn Hart, two brothers: Russell and Dale Schroeder and an infant sister, Lois. Champion-Bucheit Funeral Home, Osage; (641) 732-3706; was in charge of arrangements. Copyright 2004, K. Kittleson Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schuchart, Viola 1916-2004

OBITUARY: Viola B. (Bucknam) Schuchart, 1916-2004, Mitchell Co., Iowa [ Adapted from: Mitchell County Press-News online, Aug. 18, 2004 ] Viola B. Schuchart Viola B. Schuchart died Aug. 11, 2004, at Life Care Center located in Yuma, Arizona. Interment will be at the Little Cedar Cemetery at a later date. Viola was born March 28, 1916 at Freeborn, Minnesota. She was the daughter of Ray and Inez Bucknam. She was educated at Luverne High School in Minnesota. On July 23, 1936 Viola married Virgil J. Schuchart of Little Cedar, Iowa. They farmed near there for 40 years, retiring in 1976 and she was employed at the Osage Cleaners from 1976 to 1983. Viola moved to Yuma, Arizona, and resided with her daughter from 1993 to 2001, when she entered Life Care Center. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two brothers and three sisters. Her survivors are her only daughter, Colleen Gilliam of Ferndale, Washington; grandson Joe Huss and wife Tara of Ferndale, Washington; grandson Jim Huss and wife Laurie of Roseville, California.; three great-granddaughters and one great-grandson - Olivia and Julia Huss of Roseville, California, and Miranda and Jackson Huss of Ferndale, Washington. and one sister, Mildred Coonradt of Osage, Iowa. ------------------------------------------------------------------- For private, genealogical use; not for commercial use. Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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Schultheis, Harold Glendon 1906-1997

OBITUARY: Harold Glendon Schultheis 1906-1997, Mitchell County, Iowa [Mason City (Iowa) Globe Gazette obituaries -- September 5, 1997] Harold Glendon Schultheis OSAGE - Harold Glendon Schultheis, 91, of Osage, died Thursday (Sept. 4, 1997) at the Riceville Community Rest Home. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, with the Rev. Philip Recker officiating. Burial will be in the Sacred Heart Cemetery. Visitation will begin after 2:30 p.m. today at the Champion Funeral Home, with a 3 p.m. rosary and a 7:30 p.m. Scripture service. Harold Glendon Schultheis was born April 11, 1906, in Douglas Township, Mitchell County. Survivors include his wife, Erna Schultheis of Osage; two daughters, Katheryn Schmuecker, Marion, and Lorraine Klaes, Osage; 22 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents, two daughters and two brothers. Copyright (c) 2002 by Kermit Kittleson (Note: I am not necessarily related to the subject of the obituary.) Copyright 2006 - K.L. Kittleson This information is for personal genealogical use, and is not intended for commerical gain.

 

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