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Elsie Marie Schade Arrasmith
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Birth: Feb. 7, 1907
McLean County
Illinois, USA
Death: Jul. 4, 1994
Livingston County
Illinois, USA

daughter of Charles and Bertha Blundy Schade
married Alpheus Arrasmith Nov. 20, 1937.

ELSIE M. ARRASMITH -- FAIRBURY -- A grave side service for Elsie Marie Arrasmith, 87, of Fairbury will be at 11 a.m. today at Cropsey Cemetery, the Rev. Stanley Rapp officiating. There will be no visitation. Duff-Pils Memorial Home, Fairbury, is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Arrasmith died at 5:45 p.m. Monday (July 4, 1994) at her home.

She was born Feb 7 1907, in Cropsey, a daughter of Charles and Bertha Blundy Schade.

Mrs. Arrasmith was a Cropsey Community High School graduate and a graduate of Brown's Business College, Kankakee. She was a bookkeeper for a processing plant in Chicago for many years, before the couple moved to Fairbury in 1988. She was a member of Cropsey United Methodist Church.

Family links: 
  Charles Schade (1878 - 1939)
  Bertha Blundy Schade (1885 - 1969)
  Alpheus Cord Arrasmith (1906 - 1994)*
  Verla Hazel Schade Steinberg (1905 - 1989)*
  Elsie Marie Schade Arrasmith (1907 - 1994)
  Edna L. Schade Schuldt (1908 - 1985)*
  Mildred A Schade Ackermann (1914 - 1996)*
  Charles Edward Schade (1916 - 2002)*
*Calculated relationship
Cropsey Cemetery
McLean County
Illinois, USA
Maintained by: Lois and Daughters
Originally Created by: Rosetta
Record added: Nov 28, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 8135776
Elsie Marie <i>Schade</i> Arrasmith
Added by: Lois and Daughters
Elsie Marie <i>Schade</i> Arrasmith
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Added by: Tony Cannon
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Aunt Elsie - It was always good to see you - I remember so well the time I visited you and Uncle Al in Chicago. I thought then "what a big city". I think of you often.
- Always, Lois
 Added: May. 4, 2011
How you love to dance when you were young. Rest now in peace.
- Rosetta
 Added: Sep. 16, 2006

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