|Brent Redmond (#46504436)|
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I began researching my family when I was in a college. In my Wisconsin History class our term paper was to write our family history and how the family was affected by Wisconsin events. From there I became addicted to genealogy and now have over 57,000 names in my database. The main families that I am researching are: Redmond, Boettcher, Anderl, Saltzgaber, Flug, Bresina, Holmes & Hurd.|
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|Judith Zemke||Glenn Wesenberg #24768450|
I am in the process of adding grave photos at Peace Lutheran Cemetery in Oshkosh. For the memorial for Glenn Wesenberg #24768450 there is already an obituary added by Bonita Guarino and a photo added by you. I have sent an email to Bonita telling her that the obituary is for a different Glenn Wesenberg based upon birth and death dates noted and wife listed. The links to parents and are also for the other Glen Wesenberg. I wanted to apprise you of this because I don't know if the photo you added is for the Glenn Wesenberg at Peace or for the other person noted in the obit.
The Glenn Wesenberg at Peace is the son of George and Clara Wesenberg and brother of Ronald Wesenberg. Their joint head stone is right next to that of Glenn and his wife Louise.
I am doing family history research for my nephew and godson, Bradford Prescott Redmond. He lives in Maine. His father is Patrick Redmond, originally from Chippewa Falls, the son of Daniel Redmond. Dan's father was Thomas Spencer Redmond, who was the son of Prescott (hence Bradford's middle name).
I have a fairly good amount of research done on that part of the family. I was just interested to see how you and he were related. What is your direct line to Prescott?
Added by bg8798 on Sep 26, 2014 11:08 AM
|Rebecca Drumm||Mary Smith|
Thank you for Mary's obituary. By any chance do you know what newspaper it is from?
|RMunns||Obit for George KURTH|
Thank you very much for George Kurth's obituary! I had not found the name of his son and granddaughter before.
Added by RMunns on May 27, 2014 3:48 PM
Thank you for suggesting Mr. Saltzgaber may qualify for a famous person rating. I will e-mail Famous@findagrave.com in hopes they will consider him. I have another one pending, on one Charles William Clark, #125980963, from back in April. The
FAQs help section states it may take several days so they must have declined Mr. Clark. I will submit Mr. Saltzgaber to them as I believe you are correct, I think he deserves a fame rating as well. Thank you!
Glad to transfer. Orris's wife is my mothers first cousin so we have something in common.
Thank you! I've had some of those Nunke's for awhile but had only the basic census information. It's wonderful to find the marriage information for the girls. They are always harder to find.
Added by Laura on Nov 13, 2011 6:57 PM
Are you related to the Nunke's? My husband is a Nuenke it's same ancestor but his line changed the spelling for some reason.
Added by Laura on Nov 13, 2011 11:54 AM
Hi Brent, Can you tell me who to contact about the stone on the grave of Frank Braden? He died in 1939 and it is much newer. Because of the 'Our faithful servant' I suspect some member of the Boettcher family may have put it there. Would like to conact anyone who might know about the stone, funeral, anything at all.
Thank you, Maureen, great-grand niece.
|James Seidelman||Roger H Meier - OBIT|
Roger H. Meier, 76, of Chippewa Falls, died Sunday, May 29, 2011 at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire.
He was born February 22, 1935 in Chippewa Falls to Adeline (Buchli) and Henry Meier. He grew up in Chippewa Falls and graduated from Chippewa Falls High School in 1953.
Following high school, Roger worked at the Chippewa Woolen Mill, then at Knights Transfer, and Consolidated Thermoplastics. He then began working for the city of Chippewa Falls at Irvine Park, becoming Supervisor of Park Operations. He retired in 1998, after 27 years of dedicated service to the community.
He married Marlene Schnoor on September 21, 1974 at Zion United Methodist Church in Chippewa Falls. They had resided in Chippewa Falls since that time.
Roger was very active in civic organizations including: the Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge #246; the Hallie Optimist Club, where he enjoyed their many activities throughout the year. He was a member and past board member of the North Star Chapter of the American Breweriana Association and Brewery Collector's Club of America, being an avid collector of brewery paraphernalia, specializing in his hometown brand, Leinenkugel's. He was also a member of the local Matchbook Club. He belonged to the Chippewa Falls Historical Society and was proud to share historical facts about the area to those who wanted information. He was one of the pioneers for the Christmas Village at Irvine Park. Roger loved to barbecue and liked to entertain family and friends with his accordion playing. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him.
Survivors include his wife, Marlene of Chippewa Falls; six daughters, Sally (David) Kurth of Colorado Springs, CO, Christine (Gordy) Klingbeil of Prior Lake, MN, Susan Michael of Woodbury, MN, Karen McDevitt of Aurora, AZ, Jill (John) Becker of Osseo, Pamela (Harry) Bliss of Sun City, AZ; a brother, David (Arlene) of Chippewa Falls; ten grandchildren, Amanda (Adam) Berger, Andrew (Courtney) Kurth, Andrea (Ronnie) Bastyr, Jeffrey Klingbeil, Alyssa Michael, Katelyn Michael, Katrina Bradley, Jacob (Shauna) McDevitt, Jed Becker and James Becker; seven great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, June 3 at Pederson-Volker Funeral Chapel, Chippewa Falls with the Rev. Fr. Robert Hoekstra, officiating. Interment will be in Tilden Emmanuel Cemetery, Town of Tilden.
Friends may call from 4-7 p.m. Thursday, June 2 and one hour prior to the service Friday at the funeral chapel.
In lieu of flowers, Roger's family would appreciate memorials to Irvine Park.
Pederson-Volker Funeral Chapel, Chippewa Falls is serving the Meier family.
Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Published 31 May 2011
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