|Chris Wimmer (#46920669)|
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|Chris Wimmer, Son of Herbert and Cornelia Rothove Wimmer. |
Live in Pinole California
Married November 18, 1973 to Paula Renee Johnson
Employed by Chevron Corporation for 31 years.
Retired one year.
Re-employed with Genentech in 2004.
Genealogy is my hobby.
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|Julia Dodson||Patrick Schaben|
Another obit from Mary Stigler
Obituary - Mid-Missouri newspaper, 1983:
Westphalia Youth Dies When Car Hits Bridge
Patrick L. Schaben, 17, of Folk, was killed Saturday about 1:30 am
when the car he was driving went through a bridge railing on the Maries
River on Highway 63, south of Westphalia. Patrol said the car dropped 25
feet to the ground, landing on its top.
Seriously injured in the crash was David Henry Feltrop, 28, or Loose
Creek, a passenger in Schaben's automobile. He was taken to Chas. E. Still
Hospital in Jefferson City. The two youths were reported thrown from the
car and pinned beneath it.
Two other passengers in the car, Ralph Herbert Berhorst, 16, and
Robert Harold Anderson, 14, both of Westphalia, escaped with minor injuries.
Patrick Schaben was born June 26, 1954, in Oxford, Neb., the son of
Floyd and Florence Maguire Schaben, who survive.
A senior at Fatima High School, Schaben was a member of the St.
Anthony Catholic Church, Folk, and was active in the Catholic Youth
Survivors include 12 brothers, Gerry Schaben, Seward, Neb.; John
Schaben, Jefferson City, Marlin Schaben, Healy , Kansas; Kenneth Schaben,
Jefferson City, Spec. 4 Henry Schaben, Ft. Ord, California, Anthony Schaben,
Holbook, Neb., and Michael Schaben, Fulton Schaben, Rodney Schaben and Jack
Schaben, all of the home.
There are five sisters; Mrs. Judy Wieberg, Westphalia, Mrs. Kathy
Ewers of St. Martins, Mary Ellen Miller, Jefferson City and Misses Betty and
Jackie Schaben, both of the home.
Funeral services were held at 10 am Tuesday at St. Anthony's Church,
with the Rev. Hugh Behan officiating. Burial was in St. Anthony's Cemetery
with Dulle Funeral Home in Charge of arrangements."
|Julia Dodson||Obit for Elizabeth Scheppers|
Mary Stigler posted her obit on a Osage mailing list im on. Thought you might want to add it to her memorial.
Obituary - "From Our Files" - Mid- Missouri newspaper:
" Mrs. Elizabeth Scheppers, a pioneer resident of Westphalia, died at
10 am Friday morning, March 27, 1931 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry
Descher, following a few days illness of pneumonia.
She was born in Westphalia, Germany and at the age of 12 years,
came to this country with her parents and settled near Westphalia. She ws
married to August Scheppers some 69 years ago and located on a farm now
owned by her son, Herman, where they lived for 35 years. After this they
moved to town, where they lived for 25 years and for about 7 years she lived
with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Descher. Her husband died 9 years ago.Rev. J. C. Melies conducted her funeral Saturday morning and burial
was in the St. Joseph's Cemetery."
FYI : Her maiden name was Elizabeth Castrop, born 14 Apr 1843 (Per Mary Bax
|Debra A. Felger||RE: Kerby family|
No, I'm not related to the Kerbys, but they are descendants of Jonathan and Elizabeth Leslie Lodge. I'm helping my cousin with his family tree and he is also a descendant of Jonathan and Elizabeth. I try to help with the family connections whenever I find them.
Thanks for your help.
"Good catch.. I deleted Mary and George Jaegers memorials from old loose creek cemetery."
I'm soooo sorry. I told you because (I think???) your memorials were FIRST. I thought you would ask the other person to delete theirs.
Added by SMG on Mar 15, 2013 10:39 AM
Thank you for sponsoring this memorial. The advertisements are such an annoyance to me. I did not know about the sponsorship program for Find A Grave.
|jsrchilders||Holy Rosary Cemetery in Warrenton|
I tried to fulfill your photo request Bernard (50570518) AND Anne (50570647) but couldn't locate them. I did find Corp Leo Frank Rothove (38257001) and noticed he has fake flowers on his grave. The flowers were in good shape so I'm guessing they haven't been there long. I thought I'd mention it b/c maybe you can track down a relative in the area who might know more? Good luck.
|SANDI WILLIAMS ESTABROOK||Cameron Porch|
Thank you for sponsoring this memorial
|Marty||Marie (Petersen) Simonsen|
Chris, Thank you so very much for transferring
Marie's Memorial to me. Also a special thanks for sponsoring the memorial, it is truly appreciated.
Added by Marty on Jan 17, 2013 4:36 PM
|Elaine R S||RE: HALM photo posting|
You are welcome. It was close to the road, an upright, and I hardly had to get out of the car. :)
|Raymond Shaefer||RE: Old St. Joseph Westphalia correction|
I noticed that on the entry page for the New St. Joseph Cemetery in Westphalia that you have a photo of the Old Cemetery in Westphalia. Maybe best to place that photo to the Old Cemetery entry page!
I enjoy updating Find A Grave and have received much extra info that I did not have in the process. I get back to mid-Missouri quite often and enjoy the research.
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