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Theresa E Lipsmeyer Grummer
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Birth: Feb. 10, 1889
Death: Nov. 8, 1975

Mrs. John Grummer, 86, of 401 Oliver St., died Saturday (Nov 8, 1975) at St. Vincent Infirmary.

Mrs. Grummer was born Feb. 10, 1889, at Dixie (Perry county) as Theresa E. Lipsmeyer, daughter of Henry and Marie Lipsmeyer.

She was a member of St. Jospeh Catholic Church and Christian Mothers Society.

Her husband was a former owner and operator of Grummer Hardware Co., which later became Massey hardware Co. He died in 1952.

Mrs. Grummer had no near relatives. She was an aunt to Mrs. Paul Enderlin of Conway.

Funeral was held today at St. Joseph Catholic Church and burial was in St. Joseph Cemetery by McNutt Funeral Home.

Pallbearers were John L., John J., Jerome, Edward F. and Gregory Lipsmeyer and Paul Enderlin, Jr. 
 
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 Parents:
  Benedict Heinrich Lipsmeyer (1845 - 1915)
  Anna Maria Lange Lipsmeier (1850 - 1907)
 
 Spouse:
  John Grummer (1886 - 1952)*
 
 Siblings:
  Stephen Frank (Franz) Lipsmeyer (1873 - 1944)*
  Anna Marie Lipsmeier (1876 - 1894)*
  John Lipsmeyer (1880 - 1935)*
  Kathryn C. Lipsmeyer (1882 - 1963)*
  Henry B Lipsmeyer (1884 - 1968)*
  Theresa E Lipsmeyer Grummer (1889 - 1975)
  Joseph B Lipsmeyer (1891 - 1966)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Joseph Cemetery
Conway
Faulkner County
Arkansas, USA
 
Created by: anna hayes
Record added: Feb 08, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104832542
Theresa E <i>Lipsmeyer</i> Grummer
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Theresa E <i>Lipsmeyer</i> Grummer
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Theresa E <i>Lipsmeyer</i> Grummer
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