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Peter Musolino (#46557251)
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RE: Schofer
Okay, thanks.
Added by Lutetia on Jan 08, 2010 12:50 PM
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I meant to ask for the name of the cemetery. Sorry
Added by Lutetia on Jan 06, 2010 2:50 AM
Hello, do you know the name where Margareta and Peter Schofer are buried at? The current name is just not satisfying.

Best regards
Added by Lutetia on Jan 06, 2010 2:47 AM
Kimberly Anderson
Wolfgang Reuss
Hi, I wanted to mention this to you because it did have such a great impact on the lives of the Reuss family....Wolfie told me that his father was the burgermeister and that Hitler actually imprisoned his father...and that the local church hid wolfie as a child to prevent his capture. His father made a vow to God that if he lived he would construct a memorial...he in fact did so, and the memorial was constructed by the home we leased from the family while we resided in Germany. It did have a profound effect upon the family as they never failed to pay tribute at the memorial, as we witnessed many coming to pay tribute. Wolfgang was a delightfully funny, upbeat, caring man who dearly loved his family and the people of town. They welcomed us with open arms as "their Americans" and were so very loving and protective of us. We loved the town, the people and all they had to offer. It was an honor to have known him. He never failed to dote attention and love upon our children, and we attended the German Catholic Mass and celebrated Christmas with them..being so far from home...this was a delight. My young son attended the local German kindergarten...and he learned to speak German, and the nuns learned English...Sadly, we were only there for 2 years, as my husband was an Army Officer and was needed in another specialty slot requiring relocation. Wolgang had 3 children...2 girls and one son....the youngest daughter was Sonja...who babysat for me, and visited often to keep me company...his wife was Hildegard ...I can not recall his son's name, or older they were attending higher education. I hope to one day to revisit, and I love the pictures that you have provided on flicker...A beautiful village and people. I am deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Wolfie....but entirely unexpected as he did have problems with bleeding ulcers...I hope the remainder of the family is well...and I would love to hear any news about the town and family. I would love to be able to locate and communicate with Sonja...I have many pictures of the family...including pics of Wolfie ( he loved this nickname) They did love to visit the States and were especially fond of Panama Beach. I hope you find this info interesting and just a small piece of the puzzle.
Added by Kimberly Anderson on Dec 27, 2009 12:50 PM

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