Obit: Schultz, Joseph #2 (1897-1947)

Contributor: Kathleen Englebretson, tmkeeps@tznet.com

Surnames: Schultz, Schher, Stansinopoulos, Koch, Stikl, Koenig, Halbur, Domer, Glazer, Hunt, Goetsch

---Source: Marshfield News-Herald, 16 August 1947

Schultz, Joseph H. (24 Nov 1897-16 Aug 1947)

LOYAL--Joseph Schultz, 49, a resident of the Town of Bever most of
his life, died at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, Friday. He was
injured by a horse on his farm three years ago and had been in ill
health since that time.

The body will lie in state at the Central Wisconsin Cooperative
Funeral home here beginning tonight and will be taken to the family home
Sunday night where it will rest until time for funeral services at the
home and then at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Green Grove Township
Tuesday.

The Rev. M. C. Goetsch will officiate and burial will be made in the
church cemetery.

Joseph Schultz was born November 24, 1897, in the Town of Beaver,
Clark COunty, where he resided on a farm most of his life, excepting 12
years which he spent in Milwaukee. He was married to Lorinda Scheer at
Milwaukee on June 20, 1923.

He is survived by his widow; two daughters, Mrs. Andrew (Caroline)
Stansinopoulos, Milwaukee; and Lois at home; two sons, Donald and
Howard, at home; four brothers, Roy, Bemiji, Minnesota, Alfred, Loyal,
route 1: Oscar, Packwaukee; and Alvin, Idaho City, Idaho; sevens
sisters, Mrs. Ralph (Lauretta) Koch, Mrs. Henry (Ruby) Stikl, Mrs.
Walter (Elsie) Koenig, and Mrs. Clark (Adeline) Halbur, all of
Milwaukee; Mrs. William (Esther) Domer, Riplinger; Mrs. Phillip (Alva)
Glazer, Stevens Point; and Mrs. Julian (May) Hunt, Idaho City, Idaho;
and two grandchildren.

 

 


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