Obit: Stammer, Alma (1882 - 1931)

Contact: Audrey Roedel
Email: audero@charter.net 

Surnames: SEEFLUTH STAMMER KIPPENHAN THIEME TROESTER SACHS CHRISTIE SICKLES

----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 17 December 1931

Stammer, Alma (26 AUG 1882 - 10 DEC 1931)

The deceased, Alma nee Seefluth, was born in the town of Freedom, Outagamie County, on the 26th day of August, 1882. In early infancy she was baptized in the name of the Triune God. On the 31st day of March, 1901, she was married to William Stammer, which union was blessed with six children, of which, however, one son and one daughter preceded the deceased to eternity.

After their marriage they remained in the town of Freedom for a period of seven years and then moved onto a farm in the town of Beaver in Clark County, where for the last twenty-three years the deceased has made her home. For the last thirty years the deceased has been a sufferer of Kidney Trouble. All that human help could do for her recovery seemed to be of no avail. Three years ago she was taken with a light stroke of paralysis and last Thursday, a week before her death she was taken with a second stroke, and seemed to rally when on Thursday morning at 8 A. M. she was suddenly called out of this Life. We can therefore truthfully say death came to her as a friend, relieving her of the cross which she had to bear for 30 years. The deceased attained the age of 49 years, 3 months and 14 days, now leaves to mourn her sorrowing husband, William Stammer and 4 children, viz: Mrs. Arthur Kippenhan, of the town of Meade; Oliver Stammer who is at home in the town of Beaver; Mrs. Alvin Thieme, of the town of Beaver and Miss Angeline who is at home in the town of Beaver. Also six grandchildren and one brother and five sisters, viz: Mr. Walter Seefluth of the town of Beaver; Mrs. Emma Stammer, of Appleton; Mrs. Herman Troester of Seymour; Mrs. Fred Sachs of Seymour; Mrs. Alex Christie of Milwaukee and Mrs. Scott Sickles of Marshall; besides numerous other relatives and a host of friends who have our hearts sympathy in their bereavement.

Funeral services were held at the home of Wm. Stammer, Sunday, December 13th with the Rev. Leschensky officiating. The pall bearers were as follows: Mr. Fred Thieme; Mrs. Fred Fravert, Mr. W. Draheim, Mr. Albert Schutte, Mr. Hugo Schuette, Mr. Frank Klein.

Distant relatives and friends attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stammer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stammer, Mr. Otto Stammer and son Arthur, Mr. David Meunch, Sr., Mrs. Emma Stammer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwalbach, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Stammer of Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sachs and son Milton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stammer, M. Harvey Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Troester of Seymour, Mr. Hugo Bernklan and son Karlof Fond du Lac, Mr. and Mrs.. David Muench Jr., of Minneapolis, Mrs. Alex Christie, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wilburth, Mr. George Seefluth, Mrs. Lynn Davies of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. W. Brockhaus of Wausau.

 

 


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