Schoeneck, Bertha Mae, d. 1963 - Schupbach, Christian Christopher, d. 1939

 

Schoeneck, Bertha Mae (Jones) 12 Aug 1895 - 9 Apr 1963 CCR 11 Apr 1963

[Note: Daughter of  James Allen & Acenith Parnetha "Cena" (Prunty) Jones]

Mrs. Bertha Mae Schoeneck, 67, of Clever, died Tuesday afternoon at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield after a short illness. Mrs. Schoeneck spent most of her life in the Clever community. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Misses Velta and Edna Schoeneck, of the residence; and a brother, Otis Jones of Clever. Funeral arrangements are under direction of Cantrell.

Note: this clipping from the collection of Lula (Rogers) Gardner has a handwritten date of 1963 on it.

 

Schoeneck, Edna E. 28 Feb 1925 - 20 Aug 2003 SN-L 23 Aug 2003 & CCH-N Aug 2003

[Note: Daughter of William & Bertha Mae (Jones) Schoeneck]

Edna E. Schoeneck, 78, Clever, died at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday, August 20, 2003 in St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield. She was born February 28, 1925 in Clever, Missouri, the daughter of William and Bertha Mae (Jones) Schoeneck. A lifelong resident of the Clever community, Miss Schoeneck was a member of the Clever First Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Velta Mae Schoeneck; and a 14month old brother, Almus Edward. She is survived by many cousins; special friends, Ida Belle Erabelle, Springfield, Ermalee Crow, Wanda Bean, and Kevin Hayes, all of Clever; and other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday, August 25, 2003 in Meadors Funeral Homes, Clever, with Pastor Doug Richey officiating. Burial will follow in Manley Cemetery, Battlefield. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service in the funeral home.

Springfield News-Leader, August 23, 2003. AND ©Ozarks Newsstand 2003

 

Schoening, Sherry Ann 17 Dec 1951 - 10 May 2004 SN-L 14 May 2004

[Note: Daughter of  Lyle & Illy (Klinehinz) Schoening]

Sherry Ann Schoening, age 52, of Ozark, Mo., passed away Monday, May 10, in Christian Health Care after a long battle with diabetes. Sherry was born Dec. 17, 1951 to Lyle and Illy (Klinehinz) Schoening. She is one of three daughters. Sherry was preceded in death by both parents. She is survived by her special friend, Bob White; her two sisters, Nan Upton and her husband, Terry, and Vanda Owen; two nieces, two nephews and a great-niece and nephew; along with a host of friends. It was her wish to be cremated. Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 15, at McConnell Bledsoe Memorial Cemetery, Nixa. Springfield News-Leader,  May 14, 2004.

 

Schoessel, Lillian Mary (Heinemann) 22 Feb 1917 - 20 Apr 1998  CCH-N 29 Apr 1998

[Note: Daughter of Charles & Ruth (Lasley) Heinemann; married 25 Dec 1937 Albert Henry Schoessel, Jr.]

Lillian Mary Schoessel, age 81, of Nixa, died Monday, April 20, 1998 in St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield. She was born Feb. 22, 1917, in St. Louis and was the daughter of Charles and Ruth (Lasley) Heinemann. She lived most of her life in Valley Park. On Dec. 25, 1937, she and Albert Henry Schoessel, Jr. were married. Mrs. Schoessel was a member of Family of Christ Lutheran Church in Nixa Survivors include: her husband, Albert, presently residing in Kimberling City; a son, Kenneth E. Schoessel, Sr,. Fenton; a daughter, Shari L. Musgrave and her husband, Earnest, House Springs; seven grandchildren, Kenneth E. Schoessel, Jr., Michael Scott Schoessel, Albert Henry Schoessel, III; Carla Lea Cooksey, Catherine Marie Cooksey, Caryn Kae Musgrave, and Earnest Wayne Musgrave, Jr.; eleven great-grandchildren; three brothers, Charles Heinemann, Bonne Terre, Mo.; Harry Heinemann, Phoenix, Ariz.; and Ronnie Heinemann, Roach, Mo.; and a sister, Barbara Ruble, Bloomsdale, Mo. Funeral services were Thursday, April 23, in the Family of Christ Lutheran Church, Nixa, with Pastor Dale Bond officiating. Burial was in Blue Eye Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Nixa.

 

Schofield, Ulys Ray 1 Feb 1908 - 31 Mar 2010 SN-L 5 Apr 2010

[Note: Son of Orville Lee & Ida May (Johnson) Schofield; married Mar 1928 Mabel Ruby Hartley]

Ulys Ray Schofield, 102, died peacefully in his home near Isabella, Mo., on Wednesday, March 31, 2010. Ulys was born in a tent in Keifer, Oklahoma on February 1, 1908, the son of Orville Lee Schofield and Ida May Schofield (Johnson). He was married in Isabella, Mo., to Mabel Ruby Hartley in March, 1928. Ulys leaves behing the legacy of a well lived life and is survived and held in loving memory by Gene and wife Phyllis of Ozark, Mo., Robert and wife Darlene of Highlandville, Mo.; all of his many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, and a host of family and friends. Funeral service will be held in Clinkingbeard Chapel, Gainesville, Mo. on April 5, 2010, at 10 a.m. with burial following in Lutie Cemetery. Visitation is April 5, 2010 at 10 a.m. in the chapel.

 

Scholl, Elizabeth L. (Kopp) Knotwell 28 May 1927 - 29 Jan 1994 OH 2 Feb 1994

[Note: Daughter of Martin E. & Mabel M. (Hazen) Kopp; married 8 Jun 1948 William John Knotwell  who died 1958 No MO DC found; married John Scholl  2 Jan 1921 - 9 Mar 1989]

Elizabeth L. Scholl, 66, Sparta, died at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 29, 1994 in her home following a 9-month battle with cancer. She was born May 28, 1927 in Highland Park, Ill., the daughter of Martin E. and Mabel M. Hazen Kopp. She was united in marriage to William John Knotwell on June 8, 1948. He preceded her in death in 1958. She was united in marriage to John Scholl, who preceded her in death in 1989. Elizabeth had been a resident of Sparta the past four years, formerly of Branson. She was a retired nurse’s aide, having worked with Cox Medical Center South in Springfield and a member of St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in Ozark. She is survived by her children, Theresa Matthews and husband Jack, Forsyth, Mary Newell, Fair Grove, William John Knotwell and wife, Sally, Poway, Calif., Thomas Knotwell and wife Teresa, Springfield, Susan Armstrong and husband Jorge Ramirez, Highlandville, and M. Kay Wilson and husband, Dave, Fair Grove; a brother, Martin E. Kopp Jr., and wife Shirley, Jamestown, N.Y.; 17 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Harris, a Heritage Funeral Home, Ozark. A memorial mass was celebrated at 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 31, at St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church, Ozark, with Father John Brath officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or Hospice of Southwest Missouri.

 

Scholten, Alys Evelyn (McCauley) 16 Feb 1923 - 10 Nov 1989 OH 23 Nov 1989

[Note: Daughter of Orville & Agnes “Aggie” (Gilbert) McCauley; married Gerritt Scholten]

Alys Evelyn Scholten, 66, of Tucson, Ariz., died Nov. 10 at her home. A former Nixa resident, Mrs. Scholten is survived by her husband, Gerritt, a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel; a daughter, Jacqueline Dee, and son-in-law Robert Smith, San Diego, Calif; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville McCauley, Nixa; a sister, Edith Herndon, Springfield; two brothers, Dwight McCauley, Richmond, Ind., and Jim McCauley, Nixa; and numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Scholten was a graduate of Nixa High School and Drury College in Springfield. She was a reg- Germany and on the staffs of ·the American Girl Scout Council in Savannah, Ga., and the Hawaiian Girl Scout council in Honolulu. She was also a crafter, specializing in 18th century decoupage, and a member of the National Guild of Decoupers and the Old Pueblo Artisans. In these fields she was closely associated with the late Ted DeGrazir, a well-known Southwestern artist. During the last eight years she was an active genealogist and member of the Tucson Genealogy Computer Group. Services were held Nov. 14 at Christ United Methodist Church in Tucson, where Mrs. Scholten was a member, with the Revs. Donald B. Cooke and James D. Stewart of officiating. Burial was at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Fort Logan, Colo. The family suggests memorials be made to a hospice program.

 

Scholtz, Frank Henry 20 Aug 1902 - 6 Oct 1997  CCH-N 11 Oct 1997

[Note: Son of Christian "Scholl" & Elizabeth (Debus) Schultz ; married 21 Oct 1922  Wilma Olivia Brown 2 Dec 1905 - 27 Jun 1997]

Frank Henry Scholtz, 95, died Monday, Oct. 6, 1997 in Ozark Riverview Manor Nursing Home. Frank was born August 20, 1902 in Kansas City, the son of German immigrants, Christian "Scholl" and Elizabeth "Debus" Scholtz. He was married to Wilma Olivia Brown, Oct. 21, 1922 in Kansas City. They were married 74 years before she preceded him in death, June 27, 1997. Frank and Wilma owned and operated Twin Gables Steak House on U.S. 160 between Nixa and Highlandville for many years. Together they were active in many community affairs. He was one of the early supporters of the Nixa Sucker Days. He was an active member in the Nixa Lions Club. He worked in state offices for them as a Dist. Governor. After selling the Steak House, he traveled extensively in the midwestern and southern states as regional manager for the Greyhound Post Houses, Inc. Prior employment had been in the O'Reilly Hospital in Springfield and White Sands Atomic project, Los Cruces, NM. Previously he had lived in Cape Fair on Table Rock Lake. Survivors include: a daughter, Rosegene (Bilyeu) Blevins and her husband Virgil, Nixa; a son, Frank W. Scholtz, Taneyville, 13 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; 19 great-great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 10, in Harris, a Heritage Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Rev. Tommy Bilyeu officiating. Burial followed in Jones Chastain Cemetery, Nixa. Frank was a wonderful dad, a great granddad, a kind friend, and a lovable patient. He will be greatly missed by all.

 

Scholtz, Frank Wayne 27 Sep 1926 - 24 Mar 2003

[Note: Son of Frank Henry & Wilma O. (Brown) Scholtz; married Agnes Jeannette 12 Jun 1930 - 4 Jul 1997]

Graveside services for Frank Wayne Scholtz, 76, of Taneyville, will be held on Monday, March 24, 2003 at 10 a.m. in Jones Cemetery, south of Nixa, with full military honors. Visitation will be today from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Forsyth Whelchel Chapel. Mr. Scholtz died Saturday, March 22, at Beverly Health Care in Branson. Frank Wayne Scholtz was born Sept. 27, 1926 at Kansas City, Missouri, the son of Frank H. and Wilma O. (Brown) Scholtz. He served in the Navy during World War II in the Pacific. He was a long time resident of Taney County. Surviving are five daughters, Jeanette Gay Doyle of Everton, Mo., Joyce Ann Bauer of Hudson, Wisc., Gloria Lorraine McCormick of San Antonio, Texas, Melody Marie Kellett of Cedar Creek, Mo., and Frankie Lynn Rabe of Lakewood, Calif.; four sons, Frank W. Scholtz Jr. of Rogersville, Mo., Robert Henry Scholtz of Strausburg, Va., Timothy Lee Scholtz of Taneyville, Mo., and John William Scholtz of Branson, Mo.; 16 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Agnes Jeanett in July of 1997; one grandchild, Darrell Doyal; his parents; and one sister, Rose Jean Evans. Springfield News-Leader, March 13 2003.

 

Scholz, Ida M. (DeBrunner) 12 Feb 1869 - 10 Apr 1969     CCR 17 Apr 1969 p8

[Note: Daughter of  Frederick L. & Mary F. (Werder) DeBrunner; married  Henry Scholz  2 Aug 1858 - 12 Apr 1922]

Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Scholz, 100, West Plains, were at 2 p.m. Monday in St. Peters Evangelical Cemetery with Carter in charge. Mrs. Scholz died at 6:15 p.m., Thursday, April 10, in the West Vue Nursing Home in West Plains, She was a native of Switzerland and was the oldest living member of the Billings church of which she was a charter member. Only survivors are three nephews, one of whom is John F. Hedgpeth, Ozark.

 

Scholz, Theresia 7 May 1902 - 30 Dec 1981 OH 7 Jan 1982 p9

Mass for Theresia Scholz, 79, Route 1, Chadwick, was held Jan. 2 in St. Joseph the Worker Church with the Rev. E. G. Stolle officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Scholz died Dec. 30 in the home of a daughter in Chadwick after a long illness. A native of Austria, she moved to Germany after World War II and to the United States in 1959. She became a citizen in 1964 and had lived in Missouri since 1973. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Dorothea Hawksley, Carmel, Calif., Mrs. Erika Cornog, Chadwick and Mrs. Rita-Karin Collins, Eugene, Ore.; and four grandchildren.

 

Schoonover, Della Ann (Rutledge) 1878 - 10 Dec 1963  CCR 12 Dec 1963

Mrs. Della Ann Schoonover, 85, of Ozark, died at 1 a.m. Tuesday in Springfield Osteopathic Hospital after a short illness. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Ben Hart of Ozark; one son, Walter Ray Schoonover, Kansas City; one brother, Eligh Rutledge, Princeton, Mo.; and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday (today) in the Moss Funeral Home in Princeton. The body remained at the Adams-Monger Funeral Home in Ozark until Thursday morning.

 

Schoonover, Ethel H. 1913 - 9 Aug 2006 SN-L 10 Aug 2006

[Note: married Ralph L. Schoonover 24 Feb 1909 - 28 Jun 1990]

Ethel H. Schoonover, age 93, of Nixa, passed away Wednesday, August 9, 2006, in Ozark Riverview Manor. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Friday, August 11, 2006, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Rev. Harold Williams and Rev. Phil Brucks officiating. Burial will follow in Glenn Cemetery, Nixa. Visitation will be Friday from 12 noon until service time.

 

Schoonover, Ralph L. 24 Feb 1909 - 28 Jun 1990 NN-E 12 Jul 1990

[Note: Son of John & Millie (  ) Schoonover; married Ethel H. 1913 - 9 Aug 2006]

Ralph L. Schoonover, 81, Nixa, died Thursday, June 28, in Cox Medical Center South. He was born Feb. 24, 1909, in Byesville, Ohio, to John and Millie Schoonover. He served in the U.S. Navy and was a food manager for K-mart stores for more than 45 years. He was a member of the Aldersgate United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Ethel, of the home; a brother, John Schoonover, Klamath Falls, Ore.; a sister, Thelma Woods, Westminster, Calif. Memorial services were Sunday in Harris Colonial Chapel with the Rev. Rob Winger officiating. The body has been cremated. Memorials may be made to Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital or Aldersgate United Methodist Church.

 

Schreiner, Bruce Steven 7 Sep 1947 - 2 Mar 2006 SN-L 5 Mar 2006

[Note: Son of Gerald L. & Nondis (Farrand) Schreiner]

Bruce Steven Schreiner, age 58, of Sparta, passed away Thursday, March 2, 2006. He was born September 7, 1947, in Montezuma, Iowa, the son of Gerald and Nondis (Farrand) Schreiner. Bruce was an antique trader and had worked as a hay hauler. He was always looking for a good deal and enjoyed swap meets. He also loved to go deer and coon hunting, and fishing. He was preceded in death by his father, Gerald Schreiner; a brother, James Schreiner; and nephew, Gary Craddock Jr. Survivors include: His mother, Nondis Payne, Ozark; three sisters, Shirley McCudden, Sue Craddock, and Norma Eastridge and husband, Don, all of Ozark; four brothers, Jerry Schreiner and wife, Helen, Ava: George Schreiner and wife, Sue, Sparta; Greg Schreiner and wife Connie, Sparta; and Murray Schreiner and wife, Kathy, Urbana; his wife, Karen Davis, Sparta, and her family, two sons, Drill Sgt. Lance Williams and wife, Lynn, Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, and Billy Williams and his wife, Jessica, Sparta; three grandchildren, Erica and Chance Williams, Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, and Danielle Williams, Sparta; a lifelong "Brother" Jim Fletcher and wife, Linda, Ozark; and many nieces and nephews. Bruce was loved and will be missed by all who knew him. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, March 6, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with a funeral service following at 7 p.m. in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made in Bruce's memory through the funeral home.

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Schreiner, Bruce Stephen 7 Sep 1947 - 2 Mar 2006 SN-L 20 May 2007

Bruce Stephen Schreiner of Sparta, Mo., passed away March 2, 2006, after a long illness. Graveside services will be at IOOF Cemetery in Sparta, Mo., for family and friends on May 26, 2007, at 11 a.m. Rev. Gary Jennings will preside over the ceremony. All are invited. Open house for coffee and reminiscing will be at Greg and Connie Schreiner's home, 1068 State Highway 125 N, Sparta, Mo., immediately following the ceremony until 1 p.m. Bring your favorite Bruce story. He would love it!

 

Schreiner, Gerald L. 1912 - 22 Jan 1962 CCR 25 Jan 1962 p1

[Note: married Nondis Ferrand m/2 Payne]

Gerald L. Schreiner, 49, of Ozark, died early Monday in Mercy Hospital in Springfield after a three-month illness.  He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Ozark and a meat cutter at the Highlandville Meat Plant. Survivors are his wife, Nondis; six sons, George, Bruce, Murray and Gregg, all of the home; Jerry Lee of Fort Smith, Ark., and Pvt. James Schreiner of Anchorage, Alaska; three daughters, Mrs. Shirley Purcell and Miss Norma Schreiner, both of Houston, Tex. and Miss Sue Schreiner of Ozark; two brothers, Burton Hodenshell of Brownsville, Tex. and Ted Hodenshell of San Benito, Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. Charity Tankersley of Coos Bay, Ore. and Mrs. Ruth Spiegel of Houston, Tex. and three grandchildren. Herman Lohmeyer is in charge of arrangements.

 

Schreiner, Gerald L. “Jerry” 31 Jul 1939 - 27 Nov 2010 CCH-N 8 Dec 2010 & SN-L 30 Nov 2010

[Note: Son of Gerald L. & Nondis (Farrand) Schreiner; married Helen Lakey]

G. L. “Jerry” Schreiner, 71, of Oldfield, died Nov. 27, 2010. Jerry was born July 31, 1939, in Iowa City, Iowa, and resided in Texas and Oklahoma before settling in Missouri. He retired as a craftsman in the Plumbers and Steamfitters Union Local 178, after 50-plus years of working the trade and doing custom fabrication. Jerry enjoyed spending time with his family, hunting, fishing, and cooking outdoors.  Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, Gerald and Nondis; and two brothers, Jimmy and Bruce. He is survived by his wife, Helen Lakey; children, Lonnie Schreiner, Holly Gregory and husband Alan, and Will Schreiner; one granddaughter Kacie Gregory; as well as his nine stepchildren, Lee, Leah, Lisa, Leroy, Leanna, Lewis, Heather, Lori, Leslie and their families including 26 step-grandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren. In addition to his large extended family, he is survived by siblings Shirley, George, Sue, Norma, Murray and Greg; numerous nieces and nephews and many friends. Visitation was held at 11 a.m. Nov. 30, at the Barnes Family Funeral Home in Ozark, with the service beginning at noon followed by interment at Sparta Cemetery.

 

Schriver, Edna Ruth (Junk) 16 Oct 1936 - 13 Aug 2009 SN-L 16 Aug 2009

[Note: Daughter of Chauncey & Olive (  ) Junk; married 1959 Tom Schriver]

Edna Ruth Schriver, age 72, of Nixa, was born October 16, 1936, In Connellsville, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Chauncey and Olive Junk. She passed away Thursday, August 13, 2009, following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Schriver was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church, Springfield. She had been a member of the Ozark Quilters Guild, and belonged to the Daughters of the American Revolution and Daughters of the War of 1812. She enjoyed doing practically all crafts. She also was an avid reader, played Mahjong, researched genealogy and enjoyed Indian music. Survivors include her husband of 50 years, Tom Schriver; her son, Michael Schriver and wife, Carol and their children, Samuel and Nicholas, all of Nixa; her daughter, Kristina Whalen and husband, Shawn and their children, Walker and Finnegan, all of San Francisco, California; her brother, Clark Junk of Uniontown, Pennsylvania; and numerous nieces and nephews. The Schriver family wishes to thank the James River Care Center for their loving care of Ruth. A graveside funeral will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, in Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa.

Schroeder, David Nicholas “Dave” 30 Dec 1946 - 4 Aug 2011 SN-L 6 Aug 2011

[Note: Son of Phillip W. & Anne Elizabeth (Bartell) Schroeder; married 10 Jan 1982 Carolyne Kay Meadows]

David N. Schroeder, 64, Nixa. Arrangements: Adams Funeral Home, Nixa.

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Schroeder, David Nicholas “Dave” 30 Dec 1946 - 4 Aug 2011 CCH-N 10 Aug 2011 & SN-L 10 Aug 2011

David Nicholas “Dave” Schroeder, 64, of Nixa, passed away Aug. 4, 2011, in the VA Hospital in Fayetteville, Ark. He was born Dec. 30, 1946, in Dickinson, N.D., the son of Phillip W. and Anne Elizabeth (Bartell) Schroeder. He served his country in the U.S. Army and was a proud veteran of the Vietnam War. He was united in marriage to Carolyne “Kay” Meadows Barnes on Jan. 10, 1982. Dave and Kay owned a Shoe Repair Business in California for 17 years before moving to Missouri. He was a second generation master tradesman of the dying art, shoe repair. He enjoyed woodworking, camping and traveling with his family. Above all, family and friends were most important to him. Survivors include: His wife, Carolyne “Kay” Schroeder; his children, Richard Schroeder, JoAnna and Allen Schroeder, Curtis Barnes and wife Shirley; a daughter-in-law, Carla Barnes; his step-mother, Helen Schroeder; sisters, Kay Criswell, Sandy Tansley and husband Mike, Patricia McQueen and husband Mike, and Deborah Schroeder; brothers, James Schroeder and wife Patty, Tim Schroeder and wife Tammy, and Arthur Schroeder; grandchildren, Wyatt, Madelyn, Ehi, Niki, Samantha, Sinthiana, Antonio, Tracy, and Carla; and Great-grandchildren, Amanda, Emily, Maelyn and Ethan. He was preceded in death by his parents, a son Thomas Barnes, and two sisters, Judy and Joann. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. today, Aug. 10, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. Burial will follow in Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield, with full military honors.

 

Schroeder, Edward "Ed" 23 Oct 1891 – 16 Sep 1992  NN-E 23 Sep 1992

[Note: married Hazel 1894 - Aug 1976]

Edward "Ed" Schroeder, 100, Ozark, died Wednesday, Sept. 16, in Ozark Nursing and Care Center. He was born Oct. 23, 1891 in Staten Island, N.Y., the son of Edward and Lena Schroeder. As a young boy he sold newspapers on Times Square. He learned the meat cutting business, which he continued later in Iowa, where he moved on St. Patrick's Day in 1914 with a cousin. He served in the U.S. Army during World War I, stationed in France. Following World War I, he returned to Iowa where he was united in marriage to his wife, Hazel in 1922. He, along with his wife, farmed in Iowa before moving to Mountain Home, Ark., where he was employed as a rock mason. He and his wife moved to Ozark, where they joined the Ozark Christian Church. At age 95 he sold his home in Ozark and became a resident of Century Pines, and later Ozark Nursing and Care Center. He was preceded in death by his wife, Hazel, in 1976. Survivors include a niece, Nelma Augusto, Long Island, N.Y.; and his wife's nephew, Everett Arnold, Murray, Iowa. Services were held Saturday, Sept. 19, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Rev. Harold Mayes and the Rev. Neal Grubaugh officiating. Burial was in Murray, Iowa.

 

Schroeder, Frances Marie “Jean” (Derrick) 13 Nov 1933 - 11 Jul 2003  SN-L 13 Jul 2003 & CCH-N Jul 2003

[Note: Daughter of John Clay &  Margaret (Hatfield) Derrick; married 8 Aug 1953 Gerald D. Schroeder, Sr. 17 Dec 1934 - 8 Sep 1999]

Frances Marie “Jean” Schroeder, age 69, of Nixa, passed away Friday, June (sic) 11, 2003 in her home. She was born November 13, 1933 in Springfield, the daughter of John Clay Derrick and Margaret (Hatfield) Derrick. On August 8, 1953, she and Gerald D Schroeder Sr. were united in marriage. Mrs. Schroeder was a homemaker and also had been employed by Zenith, and was a nursing home housekeeper before retirement. She attended Nixa General Baptist Church. Survivors include three sons, Gary Schroeder, Nixa, Harold Schroeder and wife Robyn, Ozark and Jerry Schroeder and wife Sharol, Springfield;  a daughter, Nancy Brown and husband Larry, Siloam Springs, AR; grandchildren, Carrie Schroeder, John Schroeder, Amanda Schroeder, Christy Park, Sharon Huffmier, Brenda Alfrey, Sarah Finley, Natasha Finley, R. J. Finley, and Sydney Finley; great-grandchildren, Dakota Alfrey, Colton Alfrey, Brittany Park and Alyssa Prosser; two sisters, Hazel Cates, Springfield and Rosalee Essick, Nixa; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald, in 199; a sister, Mabel Wyre; two brothers, William and James Derrick and her parents. Funeral services will be at 2:00 p.m. Monday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Burial will follow in Highlandville Cemetery.

 

Schroeder, Gerald D., Sr. 17 Dec 1934 - 8 Sep 1999  CCH-N 15 Sep 1999

[Note: Son of Harold L. & Irene (Gish) Schroeder; married 8 Aug 1953 Frances Marie “Jean” Derrick 13 Nov 1933 - 11 Jul 2003]

Gerald D. Schroeder, Sr., age 64 of Ozark passed away Wednesday, September 8, 1999 in his home. He was born December 17, 1934 in Salina, Kansas, the son of Harold L. and Irene (Gish) Schroeder. On August 8, 1953, he was united in marriage to Frances (Jean) Derrick Schroeder. Mr. Schroeder worked as a welder and eventually retired from Hutchens Steel. Survivors include his wife Frances (Jean) Schroeder of the home; his mother, Irene Schroeder, Carthage, Missouri: three sons, Gary Schroeder. Highlandville, Harold Schroeder and his wife Robyn, Ozark, and Jerry Schroeder, Ozark; a daughter, Nancy Brown and her husband Larry, Siloam Springs. Arkansas; six grandchildren. Christy Park, Sharon Varrette, Brenda Alfrey, Carrie Schroeder, John Schroeder and Amanda Schroeder, two great-grandchildren, Dakota and Colton Alfry: two twin sisters, Darlene Phillips, Carthage and Dorlene Long. Florida; two sisters-in-law, Hazel Cates and Rosalee Essick; and a brother-in-law, Bill Derrick, Oklahoma. He was preceded in death by his father; a sister, Phyllis Branson. Funeral services were 1:30 p.m. Saturday, September 11, 1999 in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark with the Reverend John Hyde officiating. Burial was in Highlandville Cemetery.

 

Schroeder, Hazel 1894 - Aug 1976 OH 2 Sep 1976 p6

[Note: married Edward Schroeder 23 Oct 1891 - Sep 1992; no SSDI found]

OZARK - Mrs. Hazel Schroeder, 82, Ozark, died at 10:35 p.m. Wednesday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield after a long illness. A native of Murray, Iowa, Mrs. Schroeder lived in Mountain Home, Ark. many years before moving here in 1959. She was a member of Ozark First Christian Church. Survivors include her husband, Edward and several nieces and nephews. Services were at 2 p.m. Saturday in Harris Chapel in Ozark with the Rev. Jack Koehler officiating. Burial will be at a later date in Murray Cemetery in Murray, Iowa.

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Schroeder, Hazel 1894 - Aug 1976 OH 2 Sep 1976 p10

I want to express my sincere gratitude to our many neighbors and friends for your expressions of sympathy and love during the illness and death of my beloved wife, Hazel. Thank you for the food, flowers and cards as expressions of your concern. A special thanks to our minister, Rev. Koehler, for his many kindnesses.  Ed Schroeder

 

Schroeder, Helen Marie (Baker) 15 Aug 1927 - 19 Nov 2007 SN-L 21 Nov 2007

[Note: Daughter of James Patrick & Blanche (Magers) Baker; married Raymond Emil Schroeder 29 Jun 1930 - 20 Jul 1998]

Mrs. Helen Marie Schroeder, 80, Springfield, formerly of Verona, passed away Monday, November 19, 2007, in Lawrence County Manor, Mount Vernon. She was born August 15, 1927, in Springfield to James Patrick and Blanche (Magers) Baker. She was united in marriage to Raymond Emil Schroeder. They lived near Verona at the time of his death, July 20, 1998. Shortly afterwards, she moved to Springfield where she lived until she entered the Lawrence County Manor two years ago. Mrs. Schroeder graduated from the St. John's School of Nursing and worked as a Registered Nurse until she was 67 years of age. She was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Billings. Her husband; parents; a brother, Jim; and a sister, Dorothy, preceded her in death. She is survived by son, David and wife, Cheryl, along with their children of Springfield. She is also survived by son Ronald, address unknown. Funeral Mass will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, November 21, 2007, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Billings, with Father Bobby Manso officiating, under the direction of Meadors Funeral Home, Republic. Following the service, she will be laid to rest beside her husband in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Billings. Helen's family wishes heartfelt thanks to everyone at Lawrence County Manor and Seasons Hospice for their excellent care in her last days. Online condolences may be made at www.meadors funeralhome.com.

 

Schroeder, Jonathan V. 6 Aug 1971 - 6 Aug 1971 CCR 12 Aug 1971 p8

[Note: Son of Max Leroy & ? (Walker) Schroeder]

Jonathan V. Schroeder, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Schroeder of Ozark, died at birth at 7:10 a.m. Friday at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield. Graveside services were at 2 p.m. Sunday at Sparta Cemetery with the Rev. Hubert Swearengin officiating. Services were under direction of Harris of Ozark. Surviving in addition to the parents are a brother, Max Leroy, Schroeder, Jr. of the home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey V. Schroeder, Ozark; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Walker, Ava; paternal great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Stewart, Ava; maternal great grandfather, Rufus Walker, Ava and maternal great grandmother, Mrs. Iona Wilson, also of Ava.

 

Schroeder, Wandora L. (Stewart) 3 Oct 1927 - 30 Jun 2010  SN-L 1 Jul 2010

[Note: Daughter of Clinton & Viola (  ) Stewart; married 3 Oct 1947 Harvey Victor Schroeder 8 Jul 1920 - May 1993]

Wandora L. Schroeder, age 83, of Ozark, passed away on Wednesday. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m., Saturday, July 3, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Burial will follow in Sparta Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 7 p.m., Friday in the funeral home.

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Schroeder, Wandora L. (Stewart) 3 Oct 1927 - 30 Jun 2010 CCH-N 7 Jul 2010

Wandora L. Schroeder, 83, of Ozark, passed away on June 30, 2010.  She was born Jan. 7, 1927, in Carmen, Okla., the daughter of Clinton and Viola Stewart. On Oct. 3, 1947, she and Harvey Victor Schroeder were united in marriage. He preceded her in death in 1993. Mrs. Schroeder was a wonderful wife and mother, serving as a great role model to her children. She was always generous, baking for family and friends and taking sweet gifts to share with others. She enjoyed spending time at the Ozark Senior Center. Survivors include: Five children, Harland Schroeder and wife Donna, Ozark, Max Schroeder, Spokane, ViAnn Downing, Springfield, and Russell Schroeder and Phillip Schroeder, both of Ozark; a step-daughter, Jane Seltman and husband Jack, Wichita, Kan.; eight grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; a sister, Joyce Burris and husband Leo; and three brothers, George Stewart and wife Ruby, Robert Stewart and wife Rachel, and Billy Stewart. Funeral services were 10 a.m. July 3, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.  Burial followed in Sparta Cemetery. Visitation was from 6 to  p.m. July 2 in the funeral home.

 

Schuch, Louise (Wagemann) 10 Oct 1883 - 24 Sep 1961 CCR 28 Sep 1961 p4

[Note: Daughter of William & Louise (Englebert) Wagemann; married Walter F. Schuch 9 Sep 1877 - 1 Jan 1968]

Services for Mrs. Walter Schuch, 77, Route 1, Billings, who died at her home Sunday, were at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Harris Chapel in Billings with the Rev. Harry O. Hein officiating. Burial was in St. Peter’s Evangelical Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Walter; two daughters, Mrs. Hilda Wieck of Billings and Mrs. Lydia Miekeley of Route 1, Clever; five grandchildren, four great grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Marie Fredrickson of 1131 East Elm, Springfield.

Schuch, Magdalena (Schauren) 9 Aug 1852 - 19 Feb 1946 CCR 28 Feb 1946 p6

[Note: Daughter of Abraham & Magdalena (Berger) Schaeren; married Peter Schuch 9 Dec 1848 - 8 Jun 1922]

Mrs. Magdalena Schuch, nee Schaeren, was born in Lattiugen Cauten, Bern, Switzerland on Aug. 9, 1852, and passed away at her home near Billings on Tuesday evening, Feb. 19, 1945. She had been in failing health since last July and bedfast for the past several weeks. At the age of 17 she moved to American and found her new home in Ohio. On March 19, 1875, she was united in marriage to Peter Schuch of Calien, Ohio, and to this union four children were born. Her husband and one child preceded her in death. In 1873 she and her husband moved to the Billings community and located on the farm which was her home until her death. They were pioneer settlers in Christian county and faced hardships and privations of the early days with undaunted courage. They were very active in establishment of an Evangelical church in Billings and became charter members of the St. Peters church. She received the sacrament of baptism in early infancy, her education in the school near her home and her religious instruction in the church of Spiez, where she received the rite of confirmation in 1868. Survivors include three sons, John, pastor of the Immanuel Church in Holstein, Missouri, and Walter and Albert of Billings; four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the Evangelical church in Billings by Rev. G.A. Baries. Burial was in the church cemetery under direction of the Maples Funeral Home.

 

Schuch, Walter F. 9 Sep 1877 - 1 Jan 1968

[Note: Son of Peter & Magdalena (Schauren) Schuch; married Louise Wagemann 10 Oct 1883 - 24 Sep 1961; surname spelling on tombstone and families obits]

Walter Shuck (sic), 90, Route 1, Billings, died at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, where he had been a patient several days. A retired farmer, Mr. Schuck was a member of United Church of Christ here. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Fred Wieck, Route 1 Billings, and Mrs. Alfred Miekley, Clever, five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Arrangements will be announced by Cantrell of Billings.

Note: this clipping from the collection of Lulu Gardner had a handwritten date of 1968 in the margin.

[Note: tombstone gives name as Schuch]

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Schuch, Walter F. 9 Sep 1877 - 1 Jan 1968 CCR 4 Jan 1968 p12

Walter Schuck, 90, Route 1, Billings died at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, where he had been a patient several days. A retired farmer, Mr. Schuck was a member of United Church of Christ. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Fred Wiech, Billings and Mrs. Alfred Miekley, Clever; five grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Arrangements will be announced by Cantrell of Billings.

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Schuck, Walter F. 9 Sep 1877 - 1 Jan 1968 CCR 11 Jan 1968 p8

Funeral services for Walter Schuck, 90, Route 1, Billings, were at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in United Church of Christ in Billings, with burial in the church cemetery under direction of Cantrell of Billings.

 

Schultz, Alvin R., Dr. 8 May 1919 - 7 Feb 1984 OH 16 Feb 1984 p11

[Note: married Maureen]

Services for Dr. A. R. Schultz, 64, Fordland, were held Feb. 9 at the United Methodist Church. Burial was in Fordland Cemetery under the direction of Marsh of Rogersville. Dr. Schultz died Feb. 7 at Springfield General Hospital after a short illness. Dr. Schultz practiced osteopathy 40 years  at Fordland. He was a member of Fordland United Methodist Church and a member and past patron of Mount Olive Masonic Lodge No. 430 of Fordland. He was also a member of Bethel Chapter No. 281 of Order of the Eastern Star in Rogersville and Fordland Lions Club. He served on the Fordland School Board and City Council for many years. Survivors include his wife, Maurine; four daughters,  Renee, of the home, Mrs. Diana Kruger, Fordland, Pamela, Columbia and Sheila, St. Louis; four sons, Ronald, Newton, Kan., David, Strafford, Tony, Springfield and Stephen, stationed with the armed services in Korea; and 13 grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the United Methodist Church in Fordland or the National Arthritis Foundation.

 

Schultz, Franz Herman 24 Jan 1928 - 30 Sep 2005 SN-L 2 Oct 2005

[Note: Son of Fritz & Anna (Hinck) Schultz; married 21 Oct 1961 Viola Marie Stuaan]

Franz Herman Schultz, age 77, of Ozark, passed away Friday, September 30, 2005. He was born January 24, 1928, in Hanna City, Illinois, the son of Fritz and Anna (Hinck) Schultz. He served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. On October 21, 1961, he and Viola Marie Stuaan were united in marriage. Mr. Schultz retired from Keystone Steel and Wire Company in Bartonville, Illinois, before moving to this area. He enjoyed working in his garden, auto mechanics, and walking his dog, Heidi. He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Springfield. Survivors include his wife, Viola; three children, Craig Schultz, Springfield, Bruce Schultz and his wife, Darcie, Mapleton, Ill., and Annette Way and her husband Matthew, Branson; and three grandchildren, Hannah, Rebekah, and Noah Schultz. Funeral services will be at 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, October 4, in Zion Lutheran Church, 4717 South Golden, Springfield. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m., Monday, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. Burial with military honors will be in Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield. Memorial contributions may be made to Zion Lutheran Church.

 

Schultz, Henry A. 15 Dec 1894 - 15 Jun 1980 OH 19 Jun 1980 p10

[Note: Son of Gottfried & Johanna Louise (Weick) Schultz; married 1 Obits Sa-Sh.wpsov 1922 Martha Maria Venzlaff 8 Sep 1901 - 23 Aug 2005]

Services for Henry Schultz, 85, a lifelong resident of Billings, were held Wednesday in St. Peter’s Evangelical Church with the Rev. Carl Hille officiating, Burial was in St. Peter’s Cemetery under direction of Meadors of Billings, Mr. Schutz died Sunday afternoon at his home after a long illness.  A retired farmer and stockman, he was a member of St. Peter’s Evangelical Church, Billings. Survivors include his wife, Martha; a daughter, Miss Lucille Schultz of the home; a son, The Rev. Raymond Schultz, Wilmington; four grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

 

Schultz, Martha Marie (Venzlaff) 8 Sep 1901 - 23 Aug 2005 SN-L 22 Sep 2005

[Note: Daughter of Herman Gustav & Albertina (Atchaberg) Venzlaff; married 1 Nov 1922 Henry A. Schultz 15 Dec 1894 - 15 Jun 1980]

Martha Marie (Venzlaff) Schultz was born to German immigrants, Herman and Albertina (Atchaberg) Venzlaff, on September 8, 1901, on a farm south of Billings, Mo. Martha died at the Good Samaritan Home, Evansville, Ind., at the age of 103 on August 23, 2005. She was united in marriage to Henry Schultz on November 1, 1922, in St. Peter's Evangelical Church parsonage and lived on the farm, west of Billings, Mo., until May 5, 2002, when she moved to Evansville, Ind. Two children were born to this union, Raymond Henry and Lucille Marie. Preceding her in death include her husband, Henry, in 1980; her daughter, Lucille, in 1996; two sisters, Louise Salchow and Amelia Rauch; and three brothers, Gus Venzlaff, August Venzlaff and Albert Venzlaff. Survivors include her son and wife, Raymond Henry and Ella Marie (Rauch) Schultz, Evansville, Ind.; four grandsons and their wives, Lynn and Karen, Carlyle, Pa., John and Pam, Phoenix, Ariz., Paul and Janice, Poway, Calif., and Mark and Andrea, Carmel, Ind.; eight great-grandchildren; six step great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren ; one niece and two nephews; other relatives and friends. Martha attended Anderson grade school and finished her education at the German Evangelical Church where she was baptized and confirmed and remained a member. Martha was a wonderful homemaker and she loved to cook, garden, can, and tend her chickens and cows. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, September 24, 2005, in St. Peter's Evangelical United Church of Christ, Billings, with Rev. Doug Burwick officiating, under the direction of Meadors Funeral Home, Billings. Burial will follow in the St. Peter's Cemetery, Billings. Visitation will be one hour prior to service time in the church.

 

Schultz, William Otto “Bill”, Sr. 6 Oct 1924 - 16 Mar 2009 SN-L 24 Mar 2009

[Note: married Ruth G.]

William "Bill" Otto Schultz, Sr. was born in Rochester, New York, on October 6, 1924, and passed away on March 16, 2009, in Billings, Missouri. Bill was predeceased by his loving wife, Ruth G. Schultz and daughter, Marjorie Kerr. He is survived by his loving sons, Robert A. Schultz (Lee) of Coppel, Texas, William O. Schultz, Jr. (Marjorie) of Tucson, Ariz., Terry Schultz of Salt Lake City, Utah, Richard Schultz and Jack Robinette of Signal Hill, Calif.; and daughter, Susan Hurley of Jefferson City, Mo. He leaves behind his sister, Carol Lively of Colombia, La.; and many loving grandchildren. Bill will be sorely missed by his very dear friend, Evelina Metcalf and by the Kenny and Judy Robertson family of Clever, Mo. Bill was fortunate to be surrounded by so many caring and generous friends and neighbors, far too many to mention, but he does leave this special message to all of you. Remember how my laughing pleased you, as yours pleased me. Look at one another smiling. Sing the songs that I loved best, and dance, one time, all together. My love to you all. A memorial will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., on Friday, March 27, 2009, at the Billings Community Hall, 119 N.W. Washington St., Billings, Mo.

 

Schumate, Lillie Arminta 1923 - 25 May 2006 SN-L 26 May 2006

[Note: no SSDI found]

Lillie Arminta Schumate, age 82, of Sparta, passed away Thursday, May 25, 2006. A graveside funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in McHaffie Cemetery with Rev. Carl Thompson officiating. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 today in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Schupbach, Albert 26 Jul 1898 - 17 Mar 1958 CCR 20 Mar 1958

[Note: Son of John & Elsie Marie (Page) Schupbach; married Mary Lucille Foland 4 Feb 1905 - 2 Feb 1976]

Heart Attack Fatal for Ozark Mechanic

A heart attack, suffered while shoveling snow at his home early Monday morning proved instantly fatal for Albert Schupbach, well-known Ozark garage man and mechanic. Mr. Schupbach was a lifelong resident of Christian County and had worked as a mechanic and operated a garage at Ozark for many years. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock in the Chaffin Funeral Chapel at Ozark, with Rev. Harold Hollingsworth officiating. Burial was in Schupbach Cemetery near Chestnutridge. Survivors include his wife, Mary Lucille Schupbach, and two sons, Robert and Paul Ray, all of the home; six brothers, John Schupbach of Willard, Fred Schupbach of Highlandville, Willie Schupbach of Springfield, Carl Schupbach of Brazil, Walter Schupbach of Clever and Herman Schupbach of Spokane; three sisters, Misses Lena and Emma Schupbach of Clever and Miss Anna Schupbach of Fayetteville, Ark.

 

Schupbach, Anna Louise (Mills) 22 Mar 1889  - 16 Oct 1977 OH 20 Oct 1977 p5

[Note: Daughter of George Rundell & Ellen Marie (Smades) Mills; married Fred Schupbach 6 May 1889 - 10 Nov 1946]

NIXA - Services for Mrs. Anna Louise Schupbach, 88, Nixa, were at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Harris Funeral Home here with the Rev. Harold Davis officiating, Burial was in the Chadwick Cemetery. Mrs. Schupbach died at 10:15 a.m. Saturday at Park Central Hospital, Springfield after a short illness. She was a native of Iowa and moved to Chadwick in her early life. She lived in Nixa in the last 36 years and was a member of the Christian Church here. Survivors include two son, Lloyd of San Bernardino, Calif. and Rex of Nixa; a brother, Oliver Mills, Springfield and 10 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren and one great, great grandchild.

 

Schupbach, Barbra (Miller) 7 Feb 1863 - 9 Feb 1946 CCR 21 Feb 1946 p1

[Note: Daughter of Adam & ? (?) Miller; married  Christian Christopher Schupbach 21 Mar 1856 - 1 Jun 1934]

Mrs. Barbara Schupbach, 83, a resident of Christian county for the past 50 years, passed away at her home in Nixa Feb. 9, 1946. She was born in Ohio on Feb. 7, 1863, but as a small child she moved with her family to Nebraska where she grew to womanhood and was united in marriage with C.C. Schupbach. To this union three children were born. Her husband and a daughter preceded her in death. While living in Chadwick many years ago, she was united with the Chadwick Christian church and was a faithful worker. Surviving are two sons, William A. Schupbach of Roscoe, Ill., and Fred of Nixa; one brother and four sisters; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon in the Chadwick Union church with the Rev. Scahler officiating. Burial was in the Chadwick cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

 

Schupbach, Bessie M. (Kessinger) 18 Mar 1929 - 5 Nov 1990 OH 8 Nov 1990

[Note: Daughter of Everett & Jewell (Baker) Kessinger; married Fred "Fritz" Schupbach 14 Jun 1926 - 19 Feb 1997]

Bessie M. Schupbach, 61, died Monday morning, Nov. 5, 1990 in her home. She was a lifelong resident of- the Ozark area and was married to Fred "Fritz" Schupbach Nov. 6, 1948. Elie was a member of Victory Baptist Church and Ozark Chapter 98, OES. Survivors include her husband; a son, Fred K. Schupbach, Ozark; a daughter, Beth Rowland, Ozark; three grandchildren, including Jason Stutesman who was raised in the home; four step-grandchildren; one step-great-grandchild; a brother, John Kessinger, Ozark; and a sister, Nancy Kissee, Ozark. Graveside services were Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Schupbach Cemetery with the Rev. Hubert Swearengin officiating. Arrangements were made under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Southwest Missouri.

 

Schupbach, Carl 26 Mar 1933 - 5 Jun 1973 OH 7 Jun 1973 p1

[Note: Son of  Fred & Loma (Hilton) Schupbach; married Alta LaVerna Gimlin who married first ? McKinney & married third 1976 David Davis]

In Springfield

Cave-In Kills Local Workman

Buried under several feet of dirt when a ditch collapsed at a Springfield sewer line project yesterday, a 40-year-old worker died before rescuers could reach him. Rushed to Cox Medical Center after oxygen failed to revive him at the scene of the tragedy, Carl Schupbach, Highlandville, was pronounced dead on arrival. The victim and Bob Donham, 17, Highlandville, employees at Milnes Plumbing and Heating Company of Rogersville, were installing a sewer line beside a house at 2317 College when the accident occurred about 5 p.m. After using a backhoe to dig a ditch about 12 to 16 feet deep, Schupbach was working in the bottom of the trench when the west side began crumbling. Young Donham, who was standing outside the ditch, told Officer Joe Kind he saw Schupbach jump up in a futile effort to keep free of the falling earth, but a large section of the wall caved in and completely buried him. Donham ran for help and police and two fire department rescue teams from stations 2 and 6 were quickly sent to the site. They used shovels and their hands to frantically dig away at the earth after Donham pointed to the spot where the victim had been standing. A backhoe at the site was used to dig out an area beside Schupbach as soon as an operator was rushed to the scene and fireman applied oxygen as soon as Schupbach’s face was uncovered. Fire chief Bob Harrison said the victim showed no signs of life. A veteran of the Korean War, Schupbach was employed as a plumber and heavy equipment operator for the Rogersville firm. He is survived by his wife, Alta L.; a daughter Mrs. Kath__ Barner, Nixa; a son, Michael F. of the home; a stepson, Duane McKinney, Fort Pierce, Fla; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schupbach, Highlandville; a brother, Fritz of Route _ , Ozark; and four sisters, Mrs. Hazel Phipps, Carthage, Mrs. Imogene Young, San Antonio, Tex,, Mrs. Mary Gahagan, Highlandville, and Mrs. Joe O___man, Springfield. Funeral arrangements are under direction of Harris of Ozark.

 

Schupbach, Christian Christopher 21 Mar 1856 - 1 Jun 1939 CCR 8 Jun 1939 p1

[Note: Son of Christian & ? (?) Schupbach; married Barbra Miller 7 Feb 1863 - 9 Feb 1946]

Christian C. Schupbach, born March 21, 1856, in Berlin Township, Homes county, Ohio, the son of Christian and Anna Schupbach, immigrants from Switzerland. When a child he was baptized into the Lutheran church and lived a true Christian life until his death. When he was 21 years of age he started out to make his own way in the world and after traveling through the northern states a year he settled down in western Nebraska. In 1882 he and his family moved to Chad- near Arapahoe, Neb. To this union were born three children, Stella, who died at the age of 16 years, William of Rockford, Ill., and Fred of Chadwick, Mo. In 1897 he and his family moved to Chadwick where he lived until his death, June 1, 1939. His age was 83 years, two months and 10 days. Besides his wife and two sons he is survived by five grandsons, four great grandsons, one great granddaughter and a host of friends. Mr. Schupbach was well known in Christian county and especially around Chadwick where he was a tireless working in helping to improve schools, churches and civic organizations which would help the community of his fellow men. Funeral services were held Sunday, June 4, at 2 p.m. at the Chadwick Christian church with Rev. B. Frank West officiating with burial in the Chadwick cemetery under the direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

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