Leonard A. #2 (1910 - 1990)
Contact: Carol (Purkis) Mitte
Surnames: Schultz, Kaiser, Ellner, Ingold, West, Marth
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, WI) 5 July 1990; Page 4
Schultz, Leonard A. (June 16, 1910 - June 26, 1990)
Funeral rites for Leonard A. Schultz, 80, Route 3, Neillsville, were at 10:30 a.m. Friday, June 29, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Neillsville, Wis. Mr. Schultz died unexpectedly at 12:50 p.m. Tuesday, June 26, at his home.
The Rev. Roman F. Kaiser of St. Anthony's Parish of Loyal conducted the service, for which music was furnished by St. Mary's Catholic Church Choir and organist Mary Kay Ellner. Burial was in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery.
Pallbearers, all grandchildren, were Joe, Jason, Jon, and Joey Schultz, and Jim, Julie and Wendy Ingold.
A general rosary service and Knights of Columbus rosary service were held Thursday evening at Gesche Funeral Home, Inc.
Leonard A. Schultz was born June 16, 1910 in the Town of Grant, Clark County, to Albert and Mary Ellen (West) Schultz and received his education there. After his schooling, he farmed with his parents and did other work in the Granton area. He later worked in Chicago for a few years.
He married the former Ruby A. Marth on June 10, 1941 in Neillsville, Wis. She survives. The couple farmed in the Town of Pine Valley for many years. He retired from active farming in 1977, but continued to work on the farm with his son for many years.
He was a member of ST. Mary's Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus Council # 4963 and Catholic Knights.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by four children, Clemens J. Schultz, Brighton, MI, Marcus A. Schultz and Mrs. Roger (Mary Ann) Ingold, Jr., both of Neillsville, and Lorene J. Schultz, Madison; and eight grandchildren.
He was predeceased by his parents, a brother and three sisters.
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